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Regular July Session A. D. 1890.
OTlcial Report 1
Hal 15 Board met pursuant to ad
Present all the members except Super
visor Lamont, Supervisor Smith, chair
- Minutea of yesterday's proceedings
read and approved.
The official bond of L P. Kerns as
overseer ol the poor of Molino was on
motion approved by the board.
The committee on eqnalization sub
mitted the following report, which on
motion was received and adopted:
STATst OF ILLINOIS, I
Rooa Uland Cooktt, J
Sir. Chairman, and ,4entlemen of the Board of
. Your committee to whom waa referred wmh.
mania as made by the local aeessor of toe town
ablpaoftbe couuty would abmit th following
That we have carefully examined the imixm'
booka aa returned, and believing the name to be a
fair and equitable assessment of the county would
recommend that no changes be made:
I.CTHBR S. PbF84LIL,
N. Q. Elliott,
The reports of L. 8. O'Neill. L. P.
Kerns and Charles Eogel, as overseers of
the poor, were on motion received and
placed on file.
8TATK OF ILLINOIS, I
Mr. Chairman and Uentlemen of the Board of
The undersigned, 8. 8. O'Nell. overseer of the
poorof the city of Mollne, bees iCBe to ,nbmi,
the following report of hia actions and doines in
supporting the poor In said town from the First
day of March to the r"rst day of May, 18S0:
Anna Anderson,, f 8T5 Mrs L Parsonage .8$ tTS
AnnaBorgrea,S.. 1100 Kate hoher.4 8 00
Maria Berry, 1 ... 1075 Mrs Sinns, 1 10 95
C BangjsUm, 8 ... 14 75 c Swann, 4 u 75
Michael Ritchie, 8 8 00 Mrs K Stremberg, 4 10 '.5
Mary Bargsioa, 8. 10 T5 Lncher axtan, 4.. 7 85
M Cooper, 1 13 00 M Buhl 5 10 75
Anna Carlson, 4.. S 00 Hannah Shay, 8.... 9 75
Jessie Gairlgan 4. 00 C Swanson 4 75
Johanna Toll I ... 10 75 Sarah Handgren 1 . . 75
H Foreland 10 75 AKodelll 940
SMJ??nt 14 75 Nelson 1 l-75
Mrs C Hume 8.... 8 00 S O Peterson 10.... sou
Annajobason 4.. 8 00 J F Davis.... 4 00
MraEJnnge 4... 18 74 Mrs A Herbst 5... . 18 75
Anton Johnson 1. 00 J im Evana 4 8 00
Mrs C Kngstrom 8 10 75 Hannah Ambery S. 10 75
A Lands! mm 8.... 800 Jennie Brown 4 ... 9 75
Mary Lafferty 4. . . 13 85 Anna Tax 1 8 75
i- una.rens... StO John Hansen 8.... 8 Ml
Miller 2... 1 M 8 Maxey 8 675
Carrie Nelson 1 ... 10 00 F O Nelson 4 10 75
Anna Nelson 5 ... 117s Anna Ham 1 975
Anna Olann A T .it i u i. u .. ,
M rs C Oaerberg . 7 W Sophie IJohlln 8. . . 10 75
Ann, t..Mnii a 1 j Kji . . i. .
O Peterson 4 8 00 Francia Fsbian 1.. 18 75
A Tin Bl PaWtaWFaW m A TK. U D a . .
r miK onto. 1 n ID
JUry Beotoo 3 10 75 C Landttmm 8 8 00
r7 .. ... .ui.iRi.fm, nelson s iu i3
Bent Nelson 8.... 1075 Nettie Hanson 7.. 80 75
Caroline Seyburg 8 7 85 Eric Johnson 8.... 10 75
7 50 Mrs L Berlin 8 175
2 ,"on 4 w L D Dnnn Med At. 66 00
Mrs Ed Debates 8 16 00 Par Diem Overseer 6 00
ToaI 221 $798 66
niuimuuTloi 9T BBFOBT.
r amine ataea 54
"umiwr 01 persona... !
rrovisiona .5 9 oil
vrocenea ci im,
j?Sff-v-: ::v.v.v..:::::::.rv5 2!
..euicai anenuance .. 6tl 00
... ui.iu ui U'rnwt J 52 00
STATE OFLiLLn&: 7'" f tbe Poor
Boca Island Comrrr 1
Mr. Chairman and Gentleman of the Board of Sn
JTha ondersigned, L. F. Kerna, overseer or the
poor of tbe city of Moline, begs leave to submit
the following report of hia acts and doings In sop
porting the poor in hia aaid town from the let day
or IS. In thtt 4IAft. . J
" ""j r une, a. u lwai:
Anderaon Anna, 8, 7 75 F nutans Hannah, 4, $8 no
. - w w rui AUDI, 1 V 75
P"ntnu anna, i. 00 Fabian Francia, 1. 7 00
BarryMaria, 8 On Grant I) M, 9 .....13 no
oenvsion u, t y 50 Home Mrs C, 8.... 8 00
rowa isam... 8 on Herbst Mrs A. 4... 8 00
Bokmau C, 8 4 P0 Hanson John. 8.... 8 00
oengstoi i Mary, 8 9 (10 Hann Anna, 1 9 70
..l..oii.me,( 13 sa Hogbert Mrs A, 3.. tt M
Conner Marg.l.... 13 00 Hanson Nettie, 7. 17 10
VL, . 00 Johnson Anna, 4.. 9 7
Dableln L, 11 tf. Jonpe Mrs K, 4. ...10 00
w.... o .bu KUURIOD A. 1 0(H)
KiunrtAii Um J a u ran ik . - . . ...
- -, w . . WfU.mWBU,oi o, g j
-vDtftrom Enmt.8 6 00 Jobnw.n Kiic, I.... 8 m
Lafferty Mary, 8.. 11 85 Himms Mrs, 1 .. ..9 50
Longren MraCT.4 7 85 Swan Christine,8..11 75
Vr."tH"uC-8 8 00 Strom h re E. 5. ...12 50
MiUer Gustof, 9 ... 6 60 9bl M. .......". 8 0,
Z'r'' i""'' w Shay Hannah, 8.... 9
r.son came, . .. 11 76 Swanson CI 9 85
Nelson Anna. 5... 7 75 Lundgren 8, 1 8 00
son are rc,t 8 00 Syberg C, 3 7 7S
5 , " M,rT.8 8 00 Davis Mrs J T, 8... 8 00
S". "un1 o " Toil Johanna, a ... 8 isi
- r -- " " -iiifp.uu .nary, a. a 25
Okerberg Mrs C, 8 6 00 Ijiurlm Lena, 3.... 8 00
Plerson Anna, 6.. 8 00 Jones Eva, 8 6 gft
Peterson C, 5 8 BO Jackson Mabel, B On
Peterson Anna, 4. S 00 Peteroon 8wan A , 9 6 00
Peterson 8 G. 9... 8 no I. rt rtn. w.rf a. m x
Koher Kate, 8 8 0J L T Kama, overs roa 00
Total R20 S8
St. Lake's Hoapit', board John Lyoorg"1.9, 00
w ... ,j BBCAPtTUlATIOM.
..uuiuvrui persona ......
Provlalona , ""i'nn
Groceries 9 4!
Clothing ...V iJ
Medical attendance 83 33
Fuel " 42 05
Per diem of overseer '."."".'.".'.!".. 53 oo
SVAT. o, iLLnto,- kl'"N8 Terteer of Poor
Rock Island County f
ftarvt!1,,m' Uentln,el of the Board of
.nhTr.K. n V isiana oetrs leave to
u.mit tne following report of his acting and do
!".!M?hPpo,Vn" '5? Pr,n hi"i' wn from
v.iir.L-2 i " rrT?'"ty. 5....I
,atw nwan Buncllutra ?
M Hans. 8
t itto Anderson, 8.
Herman Hnm 4
8 00 Manv HM..k.. ,
10 00 Augusta Ltttig, 4.
18 90 FredriekaJohn'na
Edward Wright, 8
dii onn Kels
1000 Lotti. Mil...
rrans watson, S.
u s. n, a. c 1 BUU .
84 00 Harriet Cook
Mary Donahae, 4
Masgte Kehoe. 7.
LlaxTe Langford 1
e w donanna Olson
10 00 Ellen Flynn
10 do naniel Dorager ..
vou unuget Gorman ..
Amelia wnson, 1
Kate Kane, 1... .
Nellie Stomas, 4.
Martin Rdm, Q
Z v!.ri,"l.n orm1 10 o
8 00 Ellon Wil.-
10 00 Parley lUrson.'.".".
la 50 Anna Foster
8 00 Amanda Wllkile.'
960 Barnara If nhn
Mary Sherrell, 1.
Bella Glass, 8....
Amanda Haider, 2
9 60 Naryo'Neil
800 Anna Ford ...
8 00 George Marlow!!.
10 00 Augtmta Tudell ..
Mary Anderson, 1
""j, "riaget Corcoran.
F.uIZ7:?l ." -"?" Peterson
IT-. TCi." . ' A.izzte Hheban, 1 ..
Anna Olson. 4 15 00 George Hubbard
Boaora Laonsrd,! 13 60 8t likea noeni'l
Mary Bruner.4.. 15 00 ( board of Plf
CaroitaeJobna-nS tw Camming.
Liule Margrath, 8 6 00 t Patrick firennan
Totsj J647 80
iT 27' ii I?n- weneseo. III $ 70
81. Eliza Holt, to Dubuque. Iowa I 00
Jun. 9,ThooBryton,tnqc:iv.ney": 1 g
M a-o Iowa City. Ill 80
- 2' MrT,Co."iM-to OtUm. ill loo
'C8mlth,to8tPaul.jiinn.. . II 1 60
H Sarah Coltma. to Ottawa. 111... . .. J So
83, Mary Hodge, to Des Moinea, Iowa :. J 50
M' ia' Aman, coroner's order ...$10 00
W.Dan Brennan, dtod at St Luke's
noapltal .......... inno
June 81, Cartauaa Oatermaa, child'of!'.!".::.' 10 00
May 8. I sold the itnal""oronertv'of'ihrt
onsr or Kock Island county for 813. and have
paid the : earns Into the connty treasury.
overseer of the Poor.
Supervisor Kerr moved that the over,
eers of tha poor be hereafter required to
give the names and ages of all parties re
ceivlng aid from tbe county. Carried.
.viP!'ITUor Dailey moved that the sum
or f 0,484 66, delinquent personal tax. be
bated to John Schafer. Jr., county col.
The committee on public expenditures
submitted the following report which on
motion was received and adopted:
HupArtaoJa1-' d nUero!n e Board of
-.V2r com"'itteeon public ezpendltares claims
JESS'S?" hM5 ' all claim.
EI?n?.H "t'lf t.hem' Bd weommend the pay
""'f' following, and that the clerk be di
reeled to tasue orders for the several amounts to
the several claimants, to-wit:
tSUW Dnk" Telephone Co a siro
Rl Gaa Co... 44 89
Sutcliffe Georgo 15 00
Volk John 85 78
Weyerhaoser A Denkman , 18 66
OHDlbbern A Son 4 85
Total $328 78
The bill of Wm. B. Fones for expenses
received in searching for 8 horse stolen
from himself, and following tbe thief, we
refer back to tbe board for its action.
. W. WoooBtmit,
. W. HSATH.
Supervisor Dailey moved that tbe bill
of W. B. Fones be rejected.
Supervisor Cralle moved as an amend
ment that said bill be allowed at $20
The original motion was then voted
upon and carried.
The committee on jail and jail accounts
submitted the following report, which
on motion wm received and adopted :
Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the Board of Su
Yonr committee on Jail and jail claims would re
port that tbey have examined all claims preeeotrd
before them, and recommend the payment of he
following, and that tne clerk be dir. cted to Issue
orders for the several amounts to the aeveral claim
Beard f ley J M & Co.....
Carse A t'o
Craig Dr G G
L 0 Pfoh.
Rock Island Lumber Co I.'.'.
Siin -n A alosenfelder
Silvia Thomas S
Total 834 87
R S MONTOOMBBT,
8 W WOODBI'BM,
The committee on poor farm submitted
tbe following report, which on motion,
was received and adopted:
8TATK OF ILLINOIS, I
Rock Islaho Codntt, (
Your committee on poor farm cl ims would re
port that they have examined all claims presented
before them, and recommend the payment of the
following, and that the clerk be directed to issue
orders for the several s mounts to the several
claimants, to-wlt :
W S Bailey S998QChasH Boman.... 8845
George Bowles.. K 00 Geo B Browner ... 81 90
Baker & Hons.'.. 33 90 William Clendenin 75 08
Ciend'nln&Dufua 4 00 Murty Connor 14 50
James Clegg.... 160 85 Carse & Co 14 10
L F Cralle BMWHH Dow 178 89
W H H Dow 40O00 D.Tvis Co 89 64
Famous C House 57 hi J W Gordon 7 78
JonnT Has 83 85 timon Hirsch 8 00
George Herbst.. 6 85GBKrapp 28 20
L Loeb A Co.
19 13 T R Martin 8 60
1 19 5ft Mosenf elder K.. 5717
Frank Nsyljr ...
S L Stafford
W J Swisher
A C Woodyatt C
Hartz A B'abnsen
C II Dibb mis
B H Quick
Geo K Sydnor...
K J SleLBfrnm. ..
S94 15 Pierr Co iis.w
103 48 Sa n nelson A John. 44 35
i8 45 Stewart A Mont.. . 110!
86 79 Geo fchneider 18 25
14S3H BC Toline 14 10
30 00 Goo E Bailey 14 70
85 10 11 L Pruning 8 05
273 Geo A Wiggins.... 87 00
37 95 N H Cederiwrg ... :4 00
13 75 Conrad F Grauta.. 87 48
8 88 Twombly 4 Lewis 7S 71
l'75 Frtnk Naylor 110 00
- 0U H Dartu' Snr.a
L. F. CatLLB.
Supervisor Kerr moved that the sum of
100 be placed in tbe hands of Geo. K.
Hoover, state superintendent of the
"American Educational Aid association,"
for tbe purpose of finding permanent
homes for the children of Wm. Smith, of
QUEER GUNSHOT WOUNDS.
Bawjarkiable Stories Ahoot Men Who Wen
Shot on tlie Battlefield.
Capt Tip Harrison's office at the Capitol b
the room where the veterans of tbe lata war
are wont to congregate. When several of
the old soldiers who bear about them tbe
scars of many battles meet, reminiscences of
the (Teat struggle) are in order, and snmo of
the storien told are very thrilling. Yesterday
the subject under discussiun was the remark
able manner in which some men were wound
ed and recovered and were wounded again.
Capt. Tip Harrison is responsible for the fol
lowing: "Lieut. Muucie, of the Sixty-first Georgia
regiment," said Capt. Tip, "was oue of the
merit retnnrkable men I ever knew.
a Hlender, cadaverous looking man, with ap
parently no physical strength, yet he lived
through what would have killed a dozen
ordinary men, and is alive today. In the
early part of the war he was shot through
ami through. The bull struck tbe breast
txiue und shuttered it, passed through hU
body, ami came out within au inch of his
spine between two ribs. After a desperate
struggle for life ho recovered, and regained
bis regiiiMuit. At the Itattle of Mouaccaaie
Creek be was again wounded, tbe ball enter
ing between tbe rorrcupouding ribs on tbe
other side of bis spine, and iteming from the
same hole that the first ball entered at. The
second shot mast have taken the passage in
side Muncie's body that the first ball mad in
going in the opposite direction. He was in
prison wit h me later, and appeared to suffer
no unusual pain."
Tbe case of Sergt. B. F. Curtright, who is
now on tbe Atlanta police force, was cited as
another remarkable instance. Sursrt. Curt-
right was wounded in the right arm, tbe ball
passing through the bmb from tbe front. Tbe
muscles were badly lacerated, and when be
recovered he found that, though ha had Der-
fect use of his hand, he could not lift his arm
above his bead. He was not disablnd from
using his weapons, however, and returned to
hia company. Later in the war, at the battle
of Winchester, he was shot in exactly the
same place, except that the ball traversed his
arm in the opposite direction. When the in
flammation subsided he found, to his sur
prise, that the stiffness of his muscles bad
almost entirely disappeared, and he was soon
able to use his arm as well as ever.
Lieut. Leath was another man with a re
markable experience. He was leading his
men into battle when he received the order
to charge. The noise of the guns and the
shrieks of the wounded made it necessary for
him to give bis orders at the top of his voice.
ile had Ins mouth wide open, calling out the
word charge, when a sliver from a shell
struck him in the cheek. It passed through
bis mouth without touching a single tooth
and came out through the other cheek, leav
ing on each side of his head a gash as clean
as if cut by a razor. The wound became in
flamed, and Leath, who was at the time near
bis home, was given leave of absence for two
or three days. When he rode up to his moth
er's house hia head was tied up with band
The old lady rushed out when she saw him
coming and cried: "Ob, my son, where are
"Eight through the bead," he replied.
Hie mother, thinking tbe wound must be
fatal, sent for a doctor without waiting for
explanations. When the medical man ar
rived be found Leath sitting at the dinner
toble eating a hearty meal Atlanta Consti
The Crown dining ball, No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready ti furnish you
the best meal in the city for 25 cents.
$50,000 to loan on real estate security-,
in sums of $200 and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law, Rock Island.
Xottea- ' , r r
All dog owners are hereby notified that
they must procure checks for 1890 before
July 1, as all dogs seen without checks
attached after that date will be shot by
the police on sight. Phil Miller,
Hold it to ins Iogbt.
The man who tells you confiden
tially just what will cure your cold is
prescribing Kemp's Balsam this year. In
the preparation of this remarkable medi
cine for coughs and colds no expense is
spared to combine only the best and
purest ingredients. Hold a bottle of
Kemp's Balsam to the light and look
through it; notice bright clear look;
then compare with other remediea. Price
50c and $1.
Economy: "100 doses one dollar."
Menu peculiar to Itself.'
Purity: Hood's Bariapsrilla. i
Everythtmi Went Sat ootfcly ' Till
' Struck the TJppsr Case F.
X &m not much of i. virtuoso on ths
typewriter. Those wb have made the
typewriter a study, and nave appeared
beiore ail tbe crowned heads of .Europe,
and given public pert oi manoes in all the
great cities of this country and New
York state, criticise nt rather sharply,
and aay my technique to bad, and that
my fingering is not all that could be de
sired. However, in Ji-atioe to myself I
will state that the inttrnment wasont
of tune when they listened to my per
Sometimes, when in melancholy mood,
I seat me at the typt writer, allow my
long, delicately taper 4 fin gem to wan
der o'er tha keys, toncl Jng now and then
a rich minor chord, or ever and anon
breaking out into a ten ler little rhapsody
that wafts one away to the realms of
harmony, makes thein dream of far
away isles of the sea, where wanton
breezes woo the rich e lotic flower of the
tropics, or fan the heated brow of the
aromatio negro, engaged ia seating be
neath the nodding pal ns.
Then a wild longins and a great yearn
ing fills the heart, the xld, hard realities
of life fade away, anu the soul wanders
at sweet will in tn ise realms where
want and pain and trouble and duns are
unknown. Anon Itois my head back.
ine ravishing strains i muao seeming
as if they would crush the body and
liberate the soul, bu ; just as I get to
feeling pretty good I tan't find a certain
letter, and then the n etody is jerked up
onto its haunches aim ost and the effect
is all lost.
Once, not very long ago, I was practic
ing on one of Ella Whe eler Wilcox's sweet
compositions. I was running through it
in a careless manner, and this waa the
Dear love, if you and I oaild sail away,
With snowy pennons t the world unfurled.
Across the water to some unknowa bay.
And find some island f tr from all the world;
If we coukl dwell there evermore aloie.
While unrecorded yeait slipped by apace
I had gotten thus ftr, when I suddenly
discovered that there was no upper case
r in the instrument I was using.
searched for it, but in vain. Groping
wildly over the keyB, I bunted here and
there and everywhere, but it was not to
be found. I thought of reporting it at
the central police station, and of organiz
ing a relief oxpeditio i, when suddenly I
wandered off into a little extemporane
ous composition of my own and added
this to it:
Ik you think that they w oukl miss ns when we'd
And, by the way, what 'vould we eat in such a
Of course, thishadtheeffectof marrinc.
to a certain extent, tl .e beauty and finesse
of the recital, but vt hen the typewriter
proved so faithless sud so traitorous as
to allow me to get hi Jf way through the
selection before I discovered that the
maker had left out several letters of the
alphabet I had to fir ish the solo in some
way. Toledo Blade!
One Way of Finding Oat-
Clara (meditatively) How can I be
quite certain that Augustus loves me for
my Wealth alone? H! a sudden thought
HoiKes. rue i Augustas!
Augustus (tenderl r) My own!
Clara Between two who love there
should be perfect fra nkness, should there
Augustus My am.'el.athousand times.
yes! (Aside.) What the deuoe does she
want to know? .
Clara (slowly) Tlien listen. My hair
CTew unon other heails and mv tth im
tne best money coul 1 buy. My eyebrows
are false, my lips an painted, my cheeks
are rouged, and my dressmaker makes
me as well us my dr esses! Say, Augus
tus, can you love inj after these disclos
Augustus (faintly . I I can!
CWa(sotto voce) Ye gods, how deeply
in debt must this young man be! Lon
don J udy.
"I don't like to w ilk home alone with
Mr. De Puy6ter,"aa d Miss Flyite to Miss
UrotMipe, as the party was breaking up.
"Why, are you af raid that he will try
to kiss you?" asked Miss Oossipe, tartly.
"No," said Miss nyite, modestly cast
ing down her eyes. "That's not it. The
fact is, I'm afraid he won't." Somer-
Uncle Dick (to .5-year-old Alice, who
tries in vain to capture a sparrow in the
park) Put some at It on its tail, Allie,
ana then you can each it easily.
Alice I used to lo that, TJncle Dick,
but I can't now.
TJncle Dick Anti why not?
Alice Because I'm too old. Harper's
1UUIMJ XOIKS. .
Taug-ht to Beapeet Gray Hairs.
Wooden You dm't seem to smile at
my joko.. What's the matter? Didn't
you understand it? . .
Smart Yes, I understood it; but I
was brought up njver to laugh at old
age. Boston Timet
Look Oat far Snow.
"General, what do you think of the
weather?" asked a citizen.
"Well," replied t he chief signal officer,
cautiously, "I think the backbone of
winter is broken." New York Sun.
- She Had H'aa There.
"For a life.by.your side, my darling,
I would give up everything I poseeso--parents,
position, v wealth afl."
"But in that casniHbat would there be
left for mer Fuel -end Blaetter.
Willing te- StwcawaaBoaate.
Old Lady (to iiewaboyV-Yon
chew tobacco, do j on, little boy?
Newsboy No, ma'am, but I kin
give yer a cigare te. Smith & Gray's
A Ben embrance.
"So Chollie has fane abroad?"
"Who sent him that beautiful bunch
"His tailor." K ew York Sun.
BmfBstt 3aat bs Carta
oj local application, as tbey cannot
reach the diseast d portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of mucous lining, of the Eustach
ian tube. When this tube gets inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing, and whei it to entirely closed
deafness ts the tea alt, and unless the in
flammation can bo taken out and this
tube restored to Its normal condition,
bearing will be destroyed forever. Nine
cases out of ten Me caused by catarrh,
which to nothing but an inflamed condi
tion of the mucou i surfaces.
We will give ne . hundred dollars for
any case of deaf E ess caused by catarrh
that we cannot cure by taking Hall's
Catarrh Cure, tend for circulars, free.
F- J- Chxhbt A Co , Toledo, O.
tSTSold by druggiats, 75 i
No man haa y ; climbed tbe ladder of
fame on round, of drinkj. - - - -
TAU.6. , I . A MODERN AJAX
He Seems Built Bo That Ha Caa Defy
DrSBANOo, Colo., July 15. Perhaps the
most phenomenal electrical freak on rec
ord occurred here last week. A number
of men in a Us samp took refuge from a
rainstorm aader the pine trees. Among
then was a Mexican. One of the trees
waa struck by lightning, completely atrip-
ping it of branches and rending the trunki
from the top to about six feet of the roots,
when the current left the tree and struck
the Mexican on tbe head, running down
one side of his face, over his shoulder,
transversely across the breast, down
around one leg, aud out through the shoe.
Its Effect on the Mexican.
Hi face was badly burned and the
course of the current over him was marked
by a red brand. His clothes were torn
from him and tbe sole of the shoe com
pletely torn off. He lay apparently dead,
and was left by his companions at that'
place until the storm was over. After ly
ing In the rain for two hours he was re
suscitated, and walked into camp, and is
now on the street bearing the frightful
evidence of his most wonderful escape.
He is as well as ever, save for the burn.
Lucky Strike of Two Boys.
Denver. July 15. News has reached
here from Landers, Wyo., which says that
two boys, Phil Horsch and Sam Davis,
16 and 1? years of age, respectively, who
have been working claims near the fa
mous Buclcye mine, twenty miles south
of Landers, struck ore on Saturday which
assays from 23,000 to J40,00 per ton in
free gold. Miners have started for tbe
new fields by the hundreds. This is the
richest strike ever made in the territory
Suicided at Ntat-ara Falls.
Buffalo, N. Y., July 15. A special from
Niagara Falls to The Express says: Yester
day afternoon a man jumped from the
parapet wall at Prospect Point, and passed
directly over tbe falls. He was a man of
about 25 or 30 years of ajre, and came here
from Buffalo. As he jumped upon the
parapet wall, ha stopped long euough to
regain his balance, aud shout: Uood bye.
boys; I am going over the falls." The body
nas not been recovered. .
The Irish Potato Crop.
DCBU, July IV The official report of
the Irish crops shows the prospect for tbe
potato yield to be very fine. There are,
however, some signs of blight in the coun
ties of Limerick, Cork and Kerry. Oats
and barley are rtromixing and turnips are
doing well. The prowl h of wheat and
corn is somewhat retarded.
Strike Imminent In The Beeord OUee.
Washington CiTr, Jnly is. A strike
among the pressmen who print Tbe Con
gressional Record is imminent, because
there are men employed in tha govern
ment printiug office who do not belong to
the Pressmen's union The suspension of
publication of The Congressional Record
even for a few days, especially at this
time, would cause great inconvenience to
congress and the general public
Making It Nice for Po.tulTlce Clerks.
Washington Citv, July lS.-Rtpresen-
tattve Quinn and ex Kepresev.tative T. J,
Campbell, of New York, appeared before
the senate committee on postofncea and
post roads yesterday and argued in favor
ot tne proposition to extend the eight-hour
law to clerks in first and second-class post-
offices, and to grant fifteen d-va leave of
absence to all employes of the postoffice
A Costly Kpeedine; of Horse.
Norwalk. Conu, July 15. William B.
Lock wood, Jr., a wealt hy sporting man,
drove a team of livery horses front Bridsre
port to Nor walk, thirteen miles, Friday
in 47 minutes and 27 seconds, on a wager
oi aj. 1 be Burse are ruined. The Ha
mane society has obtained a warrant for
Lock wood's arrest and tbe owner of tha
boraes proposes to sue aim for damage.
Incendiary flraa have nearly destroyed
in towaa oi eclauy ana Schwiezea, Kus
Narrow Kucap from a Holocaust.
London, Jtdy 15. As the audience was
assembling at tbe Illusionist theatre in
Rome Sunday night the building sud
denly took lire. The pe.iple who had en
tered the theatre beat a littstv retreat and
drove oai-k those who were attempting to
enter. The fire brigade was powerless to
ciibck the names and tbe structure was
rapidly burned to the ground. Fortun
ately no one was injured, but bad the n.-e
occurred an hour later frightful loss of
life must have resulted.
Fell Uses a Fifty-Foot Cllft
BLTF.VLO, X. Y.. July 15. A srjecial to
The Express from Niagara Falls says:
Yesterday afternoon John McDongalL tbe
11-year old son of the late chief of Ontario
notice at this nlace. was rlimtiinr
the ludian path to the river bank when ha
tipuea aown a straight precipice of fifty
feet to the rocks below, breaking both legs
and otherwise injuring himself so badly
that he died shortly after being picked up.
Who ot ns are witnout tronhia tw the
small or large? Tbe blessings of health
are best appreciated when we are aich
and in pain. A hacking cough, a sevnrk
cold, or any throat or long disease are
very uouDiesome; out all ot these may be
quickly and permanently cured by Dt.
Bieelow's Cure. Safe and nleanant fra?
shildren. Price 60 cents.
GOLD K2D1L, FIEIS.
W. BAKEB & CO.'U
M ft aolwMe.
ai d tn hs srepsratiae. Tt fce
on Umm iSrai ato eriprt at
Cocas wind with Slarrh, Arruwroot
at Suaw, snd Is thovlbn far mora
sranaaiicml,cMnt4Mt ftae mmm ems
m. It la orlicMttu, nourishing,
snvnrtetnlti;, Kasii.t Inonrrni,
and admirably sdapted for Invalid
ss well ss lor ptraoiM ia health.
Sold ll V OrnMn
W. BATTER & CXL Dorchester. Has
Jotioe to Contractors.
Bealsd PTODceals will be received at tha r.ltv
clerk's office Rock Island. 111., nntilft o'clock n.
m.. Monday. July 81st. 1890. for the hnilritnir of a
bos hone on rfat Iron sqnare. Plans and speci-
, "u me city ciera s omce.
oe unuersiirnea also invites bias for to follow
tne city property to be disposed of, vis :
SeeCB BOM house and lot. nn IQrh atntat; TtnlW
boss house ana lot on corner of lth street and
8th avenne; and tba Wide Awake bos house on
Court Honee square.
Tbe city reserve the right to reject any and
By order of finance and fire and light com
mittee. Kobibt KoraLBB, City Clerk.
Estate of Peter Holahammer, Deceased.
vi rowr nuiaaammer, uue
of the county of Bock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby give notice that he will
appear before the ceoaty court of Sock Island
Minntv Bar tha iiMna nl ike aUak ..IJ . i
w wiavB wa iuv rai aa VI aiu VUHrL. 19
tn city of Bock Island, at the October term, oa
tba First Monday ia October next, as which time
do tided and requested to attend for the purpose of
bavtag the same adjusted. All persons indebted
to aaid estate are requested to make Immediate
iwi oy oi uiy, A. U.. ltaju.
it. HANoHAW, Administrator.
Call or sand for circular coMalalnaT
I Uon, Caaeer, Brtetu'a Disease, Scrofula,
r an. Tumors. Stomach Trouble etc,
AsmtswaateeVeverywaers. sUBaBS BICBOW BILUa
Wl., Cae, sseia aad atteats, caiCMIO, U4
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM.
Cheapest and heft place in the paper for
Wants." "Lost," "Sale and "Renf notices.
Only one-hslf cent a wotd. Kverybody reads this
column. Try It.
WANTEO A COMPETENT NCKSK UIKL
at 1721 Seventeenth r.reet.
ECOND-HAND FURNITURE, boo.ht. sold
or exchanged. Money loaned or Knruitore
stored at MH8 East Second street, Davenport.
LOST A WHITE WOLF KOBE AND A
bundle of bed clothes. Finder will be re
warded at A Bel' office.
FOR SALE VALUABLE PATENT IM
provement on Elevators. JJow in operation at
Star Finishing Works, 2S.T5 Hamilton Su, Phi!a1a.
Pa; preserve life and limh; for fnll ncrticolare
apply to ROBT 1. WALKKK. Inventor.
WANTED A POSITION AS BO .KKEEPER
or clerk in Rock Inland; first-clans rffvivn
ces; address S. 4. Wairh, Dagns Mines, Pa. 10
WANTKD-FIFTKES ELKVAT(R CAR
penters by A. K. llonstnin. Kejnolds, Ills
Regular wagea will be paid. S-w
WANTED TWO LADIES AND ONi"oEN
tlen an to canvass for a new invention; sal
ary $3 a day. Experience anneccaeary. c. B. I.
WANTED GENERAL AGENTS TO REP
resent a well-establivhed ociety payini; its
members weekly benefits when sirs, or disabled ;
Bfty members written in Rock 1-l.md county last
two weeks; a bi chance; address this office.
WANTED A RRI.1ARI.E PERSON IN FOTK
Island and every town In this locality to die
trihutecirculars; for part Icq I urn send reference
and address. T.N. Crowley, tw Main ht , Ter.e
WANTED. A LADY TO MANAGE A
Branch office, at her own home, for tbe Fa
moos Female Specific "Orange Lily"; a splendid
opportunity; address with stamp. The Dr.Oooo
ley Medical Institute. South Bend Ind.
J. W. RE1RIWI TV.
iTTORNBY AT LAW-Offlce with J. T. Ken-
Aawvruir. i . so secona avenue.
WILLIAM JA( KSOV,
ATTORKET AT LAW. Office In Rock Island
--iryrumt oaua DUIIUing, IWS'.K Island, 111.
B. n. SWKKNIT.
C. U WiLKKB,
SWEENEY A WALKER.
ATTORNEYS AND OOCNSELI.ORS AT LAW
u oenffHura s diock, Kor.it Island, I!i
McEMBY & MrEXlRl.
ATTORNEY'S AT LA W Loan money on pood
seenrity, make collections, Keferenre, Mih-h-ell
a Lynde. banker, tiftlce in Povtottire block.
OR SALE KYEHY EVENING at Crampton's
w-ww9 niauu. rive irnio per copy
DRS. RUTIIEKFORI) & liUTLER.
fJRADItATESOP THE ONTARIO VKTEKNA
Offlcn: Ttndair Lfrerj Mable; KcnnleiiW: Over
' ""'ji sjssiavs.-a, rtunre .
To ell our poods by sample to wholesale and re
tail trade. We are the largest manufacturers in
oar line. Liberal salary pmd. Permanent poai-t'n-
Money advanced for wages, advertising,
etc For rerma address
CKItrEKMIAl MFQ. CO.. Chlcaeo, 111.
LOUIS K. GILLSON & COM
rmenred. Increase all other soldiers' claims
prosecuted. Write us about vonr rara. Rooma.
Metropolitan block, bicatro, 1,1.
WM. 0. KULP, D. D, S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms 86, 87, S8 and ),
Take Elevator. DAVESPORT. I A.
J. M. GASPAKD,
Library Buildine. Dsvenoort. Iowa. Call for
eatimates and see work betote noing to Ctnrago.
After 82 years experience In teach! tie Inatrn-
mentid Music, I will promise you more theory with
ess lessons lorme least money or auy teacher in
under our snpervieion. aivcn each jnrenile pnpll.
Teacher Will Save monev to nrdur thoir Mnar
Booka of us. One-third off of marked price on
Sheet Bill sic to every one. Leave orders, naming
author, at my music rooms, 1401 Second avenue.
We mak a specialty of teaching inexnerienced
teachers how to tesch.
Address me at Iu5 Brady St., Davenport, Ta.
MKs. C. A. BKEU.
THE NORTH AMERICAN
Sayings, Loan and Building
Is now prepared and ready lo make loans on
real estrte security at
6 PER CENT INTEREST
per annum straight. Ko premium required.
J. R. JOHNSTON, Agent.
Wt. McEiort, Attorney.
Office Ho. 171 Second Avenne,
R'.CK INLAND, ILL.
OHAS. McHUGH, :
R. R. TICKET
(Member American Ticket Brokers' Ass'tn)
Rkduoed Rates to all Points.
OFFICE In Adam Express Offlce under
SOLE AOENT FOR
Tba Pope Mfif. Co.' Bicycle. Ladies and
r ChUdrau'B Bicycles a specialty.
i Vir si"r-i ma ai'rm n
lNliasBB W StlHarK ' Kn
anirisnca requlretl. Writ for term. Em SK
B lKA6tlAU., KalassasSsTMlcX
A. D. HUESING,
Represent, amons; other Ime-tned snd well
known Fire Insurance Companies he following :
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
Wescheeter Fire ns. Company of N . Y.
Bnffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ins Co., Rochester, N. Y.
ritisens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
San Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. C .. New H iven. Coin.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Oo , Milwaukee, Wis
uennan rireina. vor reona. III.
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
AS IHTBNTBD A-
which does its work in a thorough manner.
4nt thoroughly purifies the air and removes
all obnoxious smells. For sale at Eoiil Korhler's
Pbick 50 Cents per Bottlk.
-ALL KINDS OF-
done. A specialty of furnishing all kinds
of Stoyes with Castings ot 8 eents
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
John Volk & Co.,
- M annfactarers of
Rash, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring,
ani all kinds of wood work for boil. ler.
Eighteenth Si., bet rhird and Fonrth ave.,
Mercer Connly Coal,
The cheapest ever known
$2-25 Per Ton for Cash.
Will also contract to fnrnlsh Tile and Brick f..t
siaewaiKs ana do general hanlling. Office oppo-
.wpor ruairn, ?rcona avenne.
Telephone 1. 36. T. 11. ELLIS
AWNINGS, JENTS, ETC.
TV agon and all kinds of
Office and Factory 308 Harrisoa street,
Corner Seventeenth St., and Third Ave.
HENRY EHRHORN, Proptr.
TblS bona haa hMn MHnnl.1.1. wRHA mA m
furnished and is now open to the public.
RATES $1.00 A DAY.
Dnin. with rnrtrn tl an A m w.L- Tl.le
board $4.50 per w3rk.
THE MOLINE SAVIN6S BAf.K
(Charted by the Legislature of Illinois.)
MOLINE. - ILLS.
Open daily from A. M. to S P. M .. and on Tue
nay ana Saturday Kvenina-e from I so
Interest allowed on Deepoaitt at the rate
or 4 per uenL p-r Annum.
Deposits received in amounts of
1 1 and Upwards.
Tiie nH vat nmn.rt, n thl i-
I I 1 J " I. (TTLMin
Stble ta tbe dRlinaltnra Th nm.M . Vii..
ted from borrowing any of its moneys. Miuore
uu iwwiwm woiui-n protecwa oy special law.
tb bKtuBBB, ice Frcsidcut; O. F. Ucitavir,
TRt'STras: R. W. Wheolock, Porter Sklnnrr
C. V. HitrrM.nwv J Rll.. 1 . 1 ti it j . .
Hlrrnm Darling, A. 8. WrUiht, i. S. Kea'.or, L.
. nwairBwiy, v. V Itatnum.
CsV 'rheonlvehartArikrt ..rl.o. n..,w 4. o k.
K H. MrLLWt, rreet.
S. F. Smith, Y WlWt.
J. B. FtfiCAK, 1 lw.
SAFETY DEPOSIT CO.
FIRSr NATIONAL 11.VNK BCTILDLNG.
DAVENPORT, - - - IOWA.
Ferfwl nrntpr-il.in ,.,,,.1 i....i. 1
?"d,.nr J',,h hs F,rH i""' iiiirplar-i r.d
atllts and Hafes. Is Uow prepared to r-nt
fWes in its aults. with either ooml.inalir
,iT Jbo J",hs of t,,,s,, are alt
ditiirt.iit- anrl imHv i.A .......! ... .1 . 1
, . . 1 .w tuuia tn ine rrlnT
wanted, by AdmiiiNtrHt.H, Kutori, TfiiarSu
Farmers, Merliaui., Tnivo'inir Men, or
Htrangi-rs, having valuable. Fi-Wte n tlrliia
rooms fur th tu n,.,,
s,., .nn lunuini, aiso, Morale
- - .1 uuumi 11 you
are iminir to travul llii. 1. i,u ..,.1.. ..r; .
slo.to safety In tlie three rltlea fof your silver
Call and see our aulta, w hether you desire a
bale or uoU -
. H.J. BOHLFS, Cuitodian.
may tie foun4 sa
n s at OEO. P.
Bnaaav ! Spruo
btreett, wber adver- rsesj
k filed fa it
Proprietor of the Old and well-known
Cor. Third avenue and Eighth street,
Baa opened with an entire stock of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Flour, Feed, Etc
tyFresh Farm Produce always on band
Mr. fmart desires a renewal of hi old trade and will try and give patrons price and tr. s'ni.
HEIDEMANN & SCHE0EDER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
Shop 813 Eighth Avenue.
ti? Jobbing done on short notice.
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Uiiilclcr
Plans and speclncations furnished on all classes of work. Also azent of Wilier' Fatent Ii
side Sliding BUnda, something new. stylish and desirable.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
. Stop that Cough?
Or it will stop jou.
How Will You Do It?
The Suit st thing known is
The Great Restorer!
Not onlj your cough, but four
Bronchia, trouble, as well as
many other things. It is war
ranted. You are loosing time,
monev, and perhaps your life, in
this delay. It is worth investi
THE GREAT RESTORER WORKS.
WM) Portland Ave. Minnespolis. Minn.
For particulars, medicines, etc. Price $1.00 per
bottle. Yon druegist ran get ft.
am me wopuj mate sorrow arte
Marshall Fisher and T. tt. Thomas, drug
gists. Hock Island, 111. oay S-dwly
KERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT.
SrH-,(V- f..r Hv-t- ria. r,axm- F. a. : Mralta, it
I'll iP-n Uvnul l-prvftacu. IKi1rii.ti.' -.r I lie i'nun. tv
nlti.ii; n mwiiriihl l(.itBir t e1 y nr. a v ar.t
V'i'a Pn-mjlitre Oit Aar. KarrrtirM--. 1 ,. rower
ineiiltv" aex. In fluti:i Lw.,AnJ Sei-:iiuloribaa
an fiv oeer-eXAtlion OI 1 b- til-ait,. H-Ultdir
et Hudulfrr-titv. fa box enntAinom.m.nth, treal-
- 't- SI a lx. cr tax tor SV. ent tir man prrfnij.
''"' onlrr tor Ml boxe. viil lienii Mr bM
:iiraj; to refund aianeT tf the Uveiment lui. i..
rn.K. tuaraiileH laMied and prnuine sot J only by
Drn?;rtts. Sole AeenU. corner Third avenne and
i wentiem street, uoca island. 111.
... . , . . ""c"' ror ouppresMons
and Monthly Irrerulanties.
1tA . 1 TT L. K . . m .
w"i i"-"i uur a rerioairai nil, or farla.
' , Fuvuiwru to acrompuen all that is
claimed for them. To be used monthly for trouble
... . .-.- s-hii uirrciaini witn ea B
b-.x f per boa or three I oir for 5. Amencaa
Pill t'o., royalty proprietors. Spencer. Iowa. The
Pennine pill obtained of otto Kudert, Elm street.
Kock Islfttid. Jantk A t xi . lat..Mi4 . . ...
STATE OF ILLNOIS. I
liock Island County, (""
JohB Feustclvs Emily F, Tanatta, formerly Em-
""""'" auorrwe. Heeves
aiML Frhx f oreclosure-General No.
NutiTJt I karw h rHvasi V . .a. m- . J
"J pv.- 7 w trsuar ot acurr
raune.on tbe d.yof Way, A. D.
hull, on batarUajr tb tb dmy of Jly. A.
. Hvua vi i u tviVCK 11. IDt tiifr
nfXkll Ht lhf) lUlFttl riiMP Af tha k. a 1 .
- ewa V sue WHII UUUfWj, in W KIU
county of Rock Island, to satisfy said decree,
sell at public venrlue, to the highest bidder for
cah, that certain parcel of land, situate ta the
county of Rock Island and stat of Illinole.
known aud described as follow, to-wlt:
iue suum quarter (Ml oi the west aalf ISI of
the Borthcast quarter (J! of section ten. 1101. In
toarnatlin aivln f ml . m r.
ot the fourth f4th principal meridian, containing
ui ao, Hiirintr wim an me
riffht title, rlsaim I T.f -m.-. . ..4 I . l.
which said tmily F. Stull had Id and to the above
d. scribed premise and each and every part
thereof which w a . - . i i
. , . 7 1 - e w oei uy ur results
from all laws of tbi a: ate pertaimcK to the ex-
lated at Kii.-lr l.l..il nilMl. !. aon. a
- - , "lri uii- yn hit n
una, A. 1. lrtVO. UKNRT CCRTIS
' ' Chancery, Rock Island Oo nt
K. E. PaBJiBBTBa, Sol'r for Cctr.pli. 3o-n4w
KsUte of Felix Zimmerman, deceased.
The undersigned kavtmr k ,.,,.i.j..i.
Isuatrix of the estate of Felix Zimmerman, late
f the county of Rock Island, tate of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby give notice that she will appear
before the county court of Rock Island coanty, at
the oinc of ah clerk of said court, iu the citv of
Kock Island, at the September term, oa the trst
Monday ia September next, at which Urn all
person having claim against said estate are no
tified and requested to attend tor tbe purpose of
having the same adluated, AU person indebted
to saiu estate are requested to mak immediate
payment to the andereltraed.
Dated this IKh day July. A. D. 1 SO
11-dirw AMANDA 8i UMIDT, Administratrix.
Bers, on all CASH order during our SO-
0? HAINES GOLDEN SPECIFIC
ri " '-'H"' ""f er te e le art.
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 -f.1 1- .
Twenty day trial, to responsible panic-. '
Safety Heating Boilers and Contractor f,.
furnishing and laying Water, an.
Rock Island, Il;!.j.
Telephone 1148. Hesldei re 1 tl- l,.,! ,- ,,.
COS.. V1IB 4V 3d ATE. B.
From 9ft tears" experience In Ilw
pttal and Private practice is enable
to guarantee radical tare in Chtonii
or po nous diseases of tbe blood
throat, no e. skin. Lidorrs. bliul.lt 1
and kindred orcana. U ravel and stric
tureennd wnmut pain orcottine.
1 nose who route Lplate puns; u
Hot Kprimrs for the I real men t of any
prlvaie or blood diseases can beenn .
for oor-tbird theccNit.
LADIFS Kr ,b' treatuient a
Lf Ul-J lovely romplrkion. fret
rrom ea'lowness. rreckle. era . tiunr
etc, oriilianle.e- and perfect bealtl
can oe nan. i-c 1 nat -tired rrcl
Ing" and all female weakness prompt
lycurra. nioatme. ntadachca, cr-l
Vous Prostration, and Mreolrssneu
Ovarian troubles. In dam in at ion ar.d l'lre?t-.
raiiiuann aispiaremenls. hpinal wcakue a; j
banee of Life. Consult the oH d ur
NERVOUS "l"-'"' " t'nraLi. ,.5t
. LVY VU,7! premature dc.av. e.
forebodings, self linnj-t. impair, d memo: ; v
itation of the heart, piiupie- on the a. e i
f fore the KVK, rinsrin. in the ar "'-r-!
threatened consumption and every div:a ':''
tiou that render marnai:eimpmiMirai.d uiA.' r
8PBEUILT and PEKllANtNTLY rureo
BLOOD AND SKIN lX
horrible tn It result completely eratf . u :
without the ase of n-rrcurt . Scrofula I-.-:-.
Us Kerer Ko es. Itlotches. Pin pies. i"i"rer-' . r.
In the Head and Bones, hvphiltic rr 1 t,t.. 1' !
Toopue. ulandnlar enlargement if iim- V.i.
Kheumallsm. etc.. cured wb. n othrrx have (v . l"
RUPTURF Currd ii" r 1.
vt j i r .nre tnm hu ju,.rt
URINARY tWKi:. coiir. : .r
a , - ehwuic disease po.-l . !V t.i.
cured in S to at day by a local remedy. .. i.-.i.-
ecou druirs uee.1. Medicines mailed or ;
ed lo auy address free from observation, t 1
pes fair. Terms Cas-h. book and qmn;o-. 1.-:
15c. A frimdly talk cost nothimr.
UOt Rs: 10 a. m. to 12 m..X to 3 and 7 to ? 1. a.
Sunday: xtoS p. ra.
S Wash. Av. 8. MIEAF0U8. K1S5
(Late of Cincinnati. Ohio.)
Has Permanently Looatvd in
In the past two months he has anccefffui..
of the most severe character.
Snch disease as Bbenmstism. NrcnV i.
Scrofula, Heart-disease, disease of the l.i.-r.
st'doey, or of aay of the Seoretory oivai.-: a-u
all k.ndaof Lung disease or romplicaiioi.-. - ..!.
aa Aathma. Br uchttis or Pleurisy. Ail t
net vous diseases sarcrsvfully treated.
Positively and permanent I r cured, wiihni;
use of the knife or any o.eratiou ehau i. i .t 1.1
CaT-Lo of Manhood, Seminal Weakn :
Errors of Youth. poeMively and i eit.i 1 . 1 ; j
g3ri'ossliivt!y no case taken that c.n i m !
"red. t orresuoudenre luiiBjauiil !
ttampa promptly answered
Offlce-McCullough's New Thick.
W. Third Street, near Man ,
DAVENPORT. 1 A .
DR BANDEX Q
MSlUt Ikrrt iv
luo li riitvn wklll
WB Waa- itn.i:l III K It ti n s
IMHSVCSU.-.nrcTSiC ItlT SSSMSSMI
raa. naa at Mianatlas citias I .wit. Bl'i. t
U. I .llln m larerwa t Hrl?lit irri.l. ail
ti BTS. maarisc I ana i. HSLTH aaS IMiKi.l vstlltna
'r i i-l M ImmiIi, r lrMM j t.- im r'l
SaLT H. Itimami, Cm.mt,tr U. mm mm. W.-r-l
, 1 1 . , mm-mmu
aa.aily t ar-4 In trrva wbmm
eASOia ELECT sue CO..
H.1 paa'f .
tWetasJ aMU) U Lmtni U,
UBto, IhcyTsti, mirt:n at f-e
tam. OtM eaT WOtY ( Wt vrwlv I"
U O. IX diFt-r- rrvaaa t- ' 'fc
lb Th brwM fatnr M' '
Omw9r reatWtWaMl T
asfaai iniBBjnairai on tii jur "
kOM: twmaaliMktai ta baaw at la-nma aawl MV 4-'J
fci t, tiyMffi wmbm. .nil mk 4U4 Vm M"'
f iwtg txtmrnOM mbt waM aw. Iff -w
. MEDIC A Tf O
IlBMaftat m IliaMtl-anat.aiuM.V I.. I lis- III
I s-0e ail Mmniaa. flVMlLs. bmI dlaAiliintliD l'4
latai bj tiii Hmsjbj jtroyif.-to orauukd fr-ru
Dr. S. E. HcCREAPiY
a.. i tljiunr.
Bl I "So.'