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THE BOCK ISLAND AKGU8, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1890.
The Mead t'onaol of the Modern VI -n
of America Cob Henna the Jleet
Ibk Whleh Aaaembleti la It or k. Inl
In the current number of the Echo, the
official paper of tbe head camp of tbe
Modern Woodmen of America, Head
Consul J. C. Root presents tbe following
over his own signature concerning tbe
. meeting of representatives of tbe camps
of tbe Eleventh congressional district to
be held in this city tomorrow:
There is not another fraternal order in
existence of which we have knowledge
that would have harbored in its ranks
such arch traitors as have been laboring
for twelve months to irapairVonfidence
and ruin the credit of the Modern Wood,
men of America. The paid hirelings of
an officer who was removed from office
for attempting to defraud the order by
overcharges, for conspiring to annul its
charter and steal the government away
from tbe lawfully elected executive couns
cd. for attempting to embarrass the order
and ruin its credit by advising camps not
to collect and remit moneys due the bead
camp, fur flagrant neglect of the duties of
bis office and for other causes, have been
doing all in their power to organize a con
certed plan of revolution and disruption
wbich it is intended to spring at tbo No
vember meeting and to overpower and in
timidate the session by molt law proceed
ings and ward caucus trickery.
Tbe rail for two assessments is ued as
pretext to call a meeting of kickers at
Rock Island July 24 in furtherance of
this general conspiracy, and we have pos
itive information and tbe names of tbe
persons selected to rush tbe scheme and
bowl down any attempts to obtain justice
for camps who may come to tbe meeting
in good faith upon tbe basis of represen
tation established by the executive coun
cil acting by authority of a unanimous
vote of the last session of the head camp
at Des Moines.
Patiently tbe executive council have
awaited tbe issue of this fusilade of ma
lignity, slander and hatred, but it shows
no abatement, and forbearance ceases to
be a virtue when tbe conspirators throw
off all disguise and advise camps to with
hold payment of assessments and thus try
to prevent the head camp from meeting
tbe death losses and sacred obligations to
Tbe injurious effects of this miserable
persecution has been to cause lapses in
membership, has retarded the growth of
tbe order, has caused extraordinary ex
pense to tbe bead camp and has sbown
tbe inefficiency of our laws to meet the
unexpected contingencies forced upon
The time has now come when immedi
ate action must be taken to adopt laws
which will enable the fraternity to purge
itself from such members as are known to
be conspiring against its credit and repu
tation and make such conduct odious;
and also give to the members in all of the
states equal rights and privileges. If tbia
is not done at once we will not answer
for the consequences. We are fullv ad
vised 8S to tbe plans of tbe unscrupulous
egotists who seek to wreck tbe order for
their own ends and revengefully try to
destroy it if tbey cannot rule it, and hove
sounded tbe alarm. If tbe camps heed
it. the order may be restored to a splen
did condition. If not, I shall not be re
sponsible, for I have done my duty.
Requests are coming in rapidly, and I
have no doubt, that a call for a special
session of tbe bead camp can be, and will
be legally issued. As it is a special ses
sion of the bead camp that last assem
bled at Des Moines, it is proper and ap.
propriate that it should convene at that
place, and we are assured a right royal
welcome at tbe bands of tbe camps in
that city. Every camp was entitled to
one delegate at the last session, therefore
it is right and proper tbat tbe same basis
of representation should w tbe rule at
tbe proposed special session.
Every attempt to injure the ordtjr by
committees the origin of wbich have
been traced to one fountain beat, has
been based upon false representations,
and has been inspired by a fanatical
spirit of hatred and revenge tbat has
known no fairness, and has been charao
terized by no disposition to learn the
truth before sending out incendiary and
libelous circulars to tbe camps. Tic
- recent call for the Rnck Island meeting is
of tbe same cbaraeter, and is beaded
with the name of an attorney who is
known to have been in the employ of the
officer who was removed for cause, stamns
upon it indelibly the secret of its dicta
tion. A t-onri Woman l.tar.
Gin. W. A. Scbmitt has In-en gam
moned to Quincy by a deeply sad oc
currence, the death of his mother, who
was one of tbe oldest residents and most
beloved women in tbat portion of Illinois.
The Quincy Wfug gives this account of
Mrs. Maria Margaret Sch mi it, widow of
tbe late Adam Scbmitt, died at her resi
dence in this city at 9 o'clock on Sunday
morning. She was formerly a Miss Herle-
mann and was born in tbe province of
Hesse Darmstadt, Germany, on Aug. 12.
1808, hence she lacked but a few days of
rounding tbe 821 year of her age. Sbe
came to America with her parents in 13.12.
settling in Chambershurg. Pa., and in
September of tbe same year, she was mar
Tied to Mr. Adam Scbmitt. In April.
1834, sbe came to Quincy with her bus
band and bad lived here continuously
ever since. In an exceptionally long life
she was favoied with vigorous health, but
of late years was a great sufferer from
aciata rheumatism, which with tbe usual
infirmities of old age caused her death.
Sbe leaves tbe following named four
children: John A. Schmitt, of Billings.
Montana; Gen. William A. Schmitt, Rock
Island, 111. ; P. L. Schmitt, Wichita. Kan.,
and Mrs. George F. Miller, of Quincy.
According to the census of the city in
1834. the time of Mrs. Schmitt's advent,
tbe place had a population of 500, and of
this number only three, tbe Messrs. Robert
Tillson, Joshua Tibbetta and Lorenzo
Bull are living in Quincy today. It
can be thus seen tbat the deceased bad
a prominent place among the early pio
neers of this county, and in her departure
a link is loosened from tbe chain con
necting tbe present with tbe past that is
full of interest to ajl residents of our
Her misskig on earth is fulfilled, and
sbe enters into a refuge from suffering,
uniting with others in a haven of rest,
which doubtless has long been yearned
for. The sincerest sympathy will be ex
tended to all mourning the loss of a long
companionship, and her name will be
kept green in the minds of all who love
to honor the memory of the early settlers
of tbe city, and the impress made by her
strong character will often be an inspira
tion to higher and worthier efforts.
What is a cold in the head? Medical
authorities say it is due to uneven cloth
ing of the body, rapid cooling when in a
perspiration, etc. The important point
is, that a cold in the head is an inflamma
tion of tbe lining membrane of the nose,
which, when unchecked, is certain to pro
duce a catarrhal condition for catarrh is
essentially a "cold" which nature is no
longer able to 'resolve" or throw off.
Ely's Cream Balm has proved its super
iority, ami sufferers should resort to it
before that common ailment becomes
tested and ends in obstinate catarrh.
SPECULATING IN REALTY.
The Washington correspondent of the
Indianapolis SerMntl last week sent the
following interesting gossip to his paper
concerning the president's family:
On Wednesday evening the real estate
boomers of Glen Echo, a suburban addi
tion on tbe Potomac above Georgetown,
gaye a grand dinner to the leading officials
and citizensof Washington. The papers
were filled with elaborate descriptions of
tbe affair, and tbe elegant cafe in which it
was given. On yesterday it became known
that the president's household had been
taken boddy into the deal. It is apparent
tbat Harrison is hiding behind petticoats
in this deal. Since it has become known
that the Harrisons are to locate perma
nently so near the city the stock in Ration's
refrigerator company ha9 declined 50 per
cent, and surprise is expressed that none
of tbe deeds were taken in tbe name of
Baby McKee. Not only was Mrs. Harri
son not satisfied witb acquiring property
at Cape May. but she and tbe lady mem
bers of tbe president s family have been
operating very extensively in suburban
lots at Glen Echo, a new suburban town
just above Georgetown. A number of
deeds, according to the JW of this morn
ing, have been recorded at Rockville,
Md., the county seat of the county in
which the property is situated. The last
one, on Wednesday, was in the name of
Miss Alice B. Sanger, the presidents
typewriter. The transfer ia f.wr lot 7 in
block 14. and the consideration is $1,500.
On July 7 a number of deeds were
filed, among them one in the name of
Caroline Scott Harrison, the president's
wife. Another died was reeorded.trans
ferring from Edward Balizley to John W.
Scott a part of a lot numbered 4 in Glen
Echo heights, and also 213.381 square
feet of marshland, bordering the heights,,
the price being $21,783. At the same
time another deed was recorded which
transferred this same properly from Mr.
Scott to Mrs. Caroline Scott Harrison, tbe
president's wife. Mr. John W. Scott,
who bought the property from Mr. Bahz
ley, ia tbe father of the president's wife,
and in the transfer of tbis property to
Mrs. Harrison, the consideration named
was but $1. A deed has been recorded
in the name of Private Secretary Hal ford
and two others to Miss Sanger, the con
sideration being 3.835 83 in one and
$"33 20 in tbe others. Tbe consideration
given by Mr. Halford was fl.97S.75.
Two deeds were also recorded transfer
ring Glen Echo property from Edward
Balizley to William U. Crook. One of
these deeds was for lot 6 In block 7, and
lots 24 and 25 in block 13, tbe consider
tion being $3,483, and the other for
lot 9 in block 7. tbe consideration
being ft4 20. Another deed record
ed at the same time transferred lots
2ti and 27, block 13. Glen Echo heights
to Mrs. Mary Scott Dimmick, Mrs. Harri
son's niece. The price Mrs. , Dimmick
paid, for these lots was $3,364. Mrs
Mary Harrison McKee, tbe president's
daughter, at the same time bought from
Mr. Baltzley lots 2G and 27, in block 13.
near by the lots purchased by Mrs. Dim
mick for $3,430 60 Bv another deed re
corded at the same time, Mr. Baltzley
sold to Harrison Crook and S. N. Sheets
lots 30 and 31. in block 11. and lots 1. 2
3 and 4. in block 14. for f 9.346 30. Miss
Sanger's purchases were the most exten
sive made by any of tbe white house la
dies, aggregating 5.2'9. unless Mrs.
Harrison's purchase of $21,733 worth of
property for the nominal consideration of
f 1 be counted.
These wholesale purchases of suburban
property will be a surprise to many in
tbis city, inasmuch as Mrs. Harrison no
longer than tbe Cih inst. made a state
ment that the president bad decided
scruples agaicst purchasing property and
using his position to enhance its value
Evidently there were no scruples on tbe
part of tbe other members of tbe family
for tbe transaction bad been completed
when Mrs. Harrison made the above
statement. Unless Miss Sanger, tbe
type writer, is being used as a screen by
some one else, ber position at tbe wbite
bouse must be a highly lucrative one.
Coal Valley, July 21.
Several of our young ladies are attend
iog the institute this week.
The Burton concert on last week was
good, and had a fair attendance. Prof
B. is an expert violinist.
John Thompson, a former resident of
Coal Valley , but now of Excelsior.Mahaska
county, Iowa, visited here last week.
Henry Radloff and Miss Sadie Gresg
were united in marriage last Wednesday,
Our best wishes to tb6 happy couple;
may their future be strewn with roses.
The Rev. M. Noerre will arrive here on
the 25th to spend a few days with the
n embers of bis old congregation. He
preached here a number of years ago.
Tbe circumstances of tbe shooting af
fair of the 13th was developed by tbe
preliminary bearing. There was trouble
among the children, after which Peter
Brower went to the Trcglons to talk over
tbe troubles, but Treglon received him
unceremoniously, would not listen to rea
son, and finally drew his cane to strike
Brower, when Brower puBhed him back
into bis own yard with his left fist. Then
or soon after Mrs. Treglon handed her
husband a 22 calibre seven shooting re
volver. At this Brower picked up some
stones, but in an instant "Treelon shot,
striking Brower on the right cheek bone
below the right eye. Brower did not
throw the rocks. After the first shot he
staggered away, when Treglon continued
spooling till he fired two or three more
shots, but none of them took effect.
Brower was taken home, the Tillage con
stable sent for and all tbe parties were
put under arrest and held till morning.
Then both part'es entered complaint.
Grower's was assault and battery, with
intent to murder. After a bearing Treg
Ion was bound over to tbe grand jury at
the September term in the sum of 31 K)
Not finding bail be was sent to jail. Mrs.
1 .eglon as accessory" was found guilty,
but allowed to appear on her own rec
ognizance. T region's claim was assault
ana Dauery, m wnicu mower pieaa
guilty, and was fined 3 and costs by tbe
justice, which he paid.
Deafness Can't ba Cnrod
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of tbe ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and tbat 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
bearing, and when it is entirely closed
deafness is tbe result, and unless the in'
(lamination can be taken oat and tbis
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever. Nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh,
wbicu is nothing but an inflamed condi
tion of the mucous surfaces.
We will give one hundred dollars for
any case of deafness caused by catarrh
that we cannot cure by taking Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send lor circulars, free.
F. J. Chknet & Co., Toledo. O.
BfSold by druggists, 75c .
yoa own a baby.
I'm only its father."
Complexion powder is an absolute ne
cessity of the refined toilet of this cli
mate. Pozzoni'a combines every ele
ment of beauty and purity.
MOLINE'S PRIDE AROUSED.
A. Practically Sew city Hall With
qaartera for Engine Hons- and Po
I lee Qnartero to be Erected.
Aroused no doubt by the pi ogressive
tendency being manifested by Rock Isl
and, Moline is determined to try a little
improvement, too, and tbe council of
that city Monday night decided to enlarge
the city hall to nearly double i present
size. A twenty-four foot exteision will
be built out on the north side of the
structure, at present occupied by the city
for general municipal purposes . The ex
tension will be of brick. The d intensions
will be 24x72 feet, twostories high and
be in size and style of architecture a con
tinuation of the present struct ire. Tbe
city clerk's office will be removed to the
northeast corner, in the new port ion, and
the present clerk's office utilized for the
hook and ladder truck room, for which
purpose it will be amply sufficient, and
with police headquarters in tbe rear. In
the second story of the new building
there will . be room for a polk e magis
trate's office if desired. Tbo council
chamber will aiso be enlarged considera
bly. Tbe total expense'will be about 700
over the cost of the frame hook and lad
der house, in which it is proposed to put
1,5 X). Aid. Chad wick thr tight the
council ought to have more time to con
sider whether it is best tcpui a $3,000
addition to the present city hill, which
in a few years would be renl iced bv a
finer and more creditable bui ding, but
when it came to voting he said yea with
the rest of them. The action of the
council, the DUpatch. thinks v. . s doubt
less the wisest and best cours j to take,
and it might indeed have gone a step
farther and added a few nunc red to the
expenditure by remodeling and improv
ing the present extremely severe style of
'lMir Ktar Jnat Xow Aiymj .
He "had bis arm around her waist and
with tbe other hand held br tightly.
Thus they promenaded the tho-ougbf are.
Just as they reached tbe corner of Main
and Second street and the loungers began
to gain a respectable comjosure tbe
spooney bridegroom stopped shorUtickled
bis partner under the chin in tie sight of
all with a braveness which wutd make
Gen. Sherman himself relinquish his lau
rels, kissed tb bride, who oftblusbingly
took tbe favor, and with an an; relic smile
toward the crowd walked on. Police Of
ficer Jim. Wafer at the corner suddenly
dispfayed a smile as big as a full moon
and retired behind a teL-graph pole,
aeainst which he butted his bead, and
only reappeared with his maco in an ef
fort to suppress a smile. Tbe spoony
pair went down Main 'street -toward the
river, and after one" more embrace em
barked on the ferry boat, remarking to
tbe captain tbat tbey had be?n married
tbat morning, had taken a welding tour
to Davenport, and were on their way
borne to Rtck Inland (witb h long and
affectionate glance at his bridi ). he said,
tbey would settle down and live on love
for tbe remainaer of their days. Daven
Today I met M. Bric&iae, the humorist
Figaro, I tried hard to net at the
bottom of French humor. We exchang
ed our best stories. I find they have a dif
ferent idea of humor than we Americans
have. All French Ftories are true. They
never exagjrerute, and the par vlox is not
fnnny to the Frenchman. It xasper&tes
I asked M. Bricaise to tell t le funniest
things he conld think of.
''Yon Americans," he sai 1,. "are al
ways fnnny to ns. You do such un
natural things. Why, an Ai lerican re
cently came here with a steam fire
engine. H was wild to liave Paris
adttpt it We said: 'Why, we never
have any fires. Onr building s are fire
proof.'" "No fires? he said. "No fires in
"So, never?" .
"Pshaw," h said, "you lire behind
the times. It' because yon have no
ateam fire engines. (jret the ngines and
the fires will come." He made me
lancrh, ha, ha!
'He was like a Frenchnan," con
tinued the humorist, "who claimed to
be. an inventor. When tiy.- 'academy
asked him what he had invented he
" 'I have discovered, how to take the
salt out of codfish." Ha, ha that is onr
Then I told him a lot of onr old stories,
bnt he never nailed. He vould only
shake bis head and say:
Then I told him my story on Ben But
ler in the hoopital during the war. "The
general," I said, "passed hy the cots
where lay many sick and wot aided men.
Coming to a yonng oldier t ho seemed
in great pain he said:
" 'Yon seem very sick, my brave boy.
What is the matter with yon'
"'I have gangrene,' moantd the bcI
dier. '"Gangrene, said the geteral; 'gan
grene that is a terrible disease. I never
knew a man to have gangrene that it
didn't kill him or leave him idi idiot. I
have had it myself.' "
"Cest impossible" exclaimed M. Bri
caise. The paradox was too much for
him. Eli Perkins in Toronto Globe.
A Difficult Task.
Editor Mr. Scribbler, I wish yon
would get up a little department beaded
"Children's Sayings." and fill it full of
the brightest little mots you can pick
Mr. Scribbler Very sorry, sir, but
my children are all away on a visit,
"Then collect the bright things yon
hear said by other people's children."
"I I never hear other people's chil
dren say anythkig worth f tinting."
or Course Bo Was Sara.
Stranger I beg your pardon, sir.
Stranger I am looking 'for a tene
ment in this locality, sir, and I want to
ask you in confidence if yoa think that
house yonder is situated perf et tly healthy
as to drainago, etc
Citizen Yes, sir, it is. I am sure
Stranger Why are you so positive?
Citizen Because I am thu owner of
that tenement house. Yank Blade.
E. E. Parmenter, attorney at law.
Makes collections, loans mow y and will
attend to any legal business J i trusted to
him. Office, postofflce block. Rock Isl
and, Ills. Js&wly
A man who cannot keep ttiti own knife
ten minutes generally can kesp a bor
rowed blade ten years.
The Crown dining ball, No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to 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.
Professor (to class in horology): If a
cheap watch were brought you to be re
paired, how would you begin T Bright
Student: By ask i of the owner to pay in
Illinois G- A- B. Official Headquarter Train
The Official Headquarters train, de
partment of Illinois, with Department
Commander Wm. L Distin and staff. and
Mrs. Gen. John A. Logan, will start from
Quincy and run to Chicago via the Bur
lington route. C, B. .& Q. R, R , on Fri
day. August 8th. and from thence will
proceed to the national encampment at
Boston via the Nis gara Palls Short line,
the West Shore & Hoosac Tunnel routes.
This train will stop at all stations be
tween Quincy and Chicago, to give the
comrades of the main line and from con
necting lines and brmcbes, an oppoitun
ity to join it. For detail time schedule
see special bill distributed in your terri
tory. Remember that tickets to the en
campment are but one fare for the round
trip. The can lie obtained via the Bur
lington route at piincipa) stations, or by
addressing P. S. Eustis, Gen'l Passeneer
and Ticket Agent C. B. & Q R. R..
"So Miss Bullion Is married? ' "Yts."
'Whom did she marrvf" "Kobodr.
She married a title."
Tbe best medical writers claim tbat the
successful remedy for nasal catarrh must
be non-irritating, easy of application, and
one tbat will reach all the remote sores
and ulcerated surfaces. The history of
tbe efforts to treat catarrh during tbe
past obliges us to admit tbat only one
rememy has met these conditions, and
tbat is Ely's Cream Balm. Tbis pleasant
remedy has mastered catarrh as DOthing
else has ever done, and both physicians
and patients freely concede tbis fact.
The more distressing symptoms yield to
He: I have about made up my mind to
enter the army. She: But suppose there
should be a war I
In tbe pursuit of tbe gooa things of
'his world we anticipate too much; we
sat out tbe heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. Tbe results obtained from the use
3f Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
ill claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a sure cure for ague ard
malarial diseases. Price, 641 cents, of
PRE. PARE. D BV
a. book F9" the MiLiina rrr
, WITH MtUJCAL ELECTRICITY
KXRVOTTS niKKART'S i.
THS PERU CHEMICAL COauWAHU, WIS
Tbe new Ppiiaiun Bill is now a law. This will
benefit many old wildicrs or Uic widows, orphaoa
and dependent parents of thooe who have illi-d.
Call on or on 1 yoar aJdre. to
H. C. CONNELLY,
Late ot the 14th Illinois Cavalry.
Attorxetat Law. ROCK ISLAND. ILL.,
who will a..sit yon and give jim all the infoima-
tion yon may wish. - jul5-3m
The rheapestcver known
a $2 25 Per Ton for Cash.
Will also contract to famish Tile and BricV for
sidewalks and do prneral haulling. Office oppo
site m. rfowepnv cnurcn, -cna avrane.
Telephone 1.3ti. T. H. KJLL13,
-HOLIES AND LM
By nsintj A. P. Sctrtnid's, the pioneer lesi
dent Lightning Kod dealers celebrated
which be kerns constantly on band. Any job, to
matter bow complicated, done in tbe most
scientific manner. Competition in
prices and qnahty defied.
A. F. SCHMIDT.
No. Ml Twentieth SU. Kocfc Inland,
J. M. BUFORD,
Taa v!4 fir and Ttms-trtaa
re press n ted.
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAD).
at few a any rstlahle rontnany aaa atasaa
bmitv all unlra, lrecklAvuxl li-..l..rii.m. lot
atebj H nru. ela- druort . or niaia tar M eta.
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Cheapest and bext place in the paper for
"Wants," Ixwt," "Sale" and "Kent" notices.
Only ne-trlf cent a word. Everybody reads this
column. Try it.
DIVOKCKS 8PEEDU.V; llETl.Y. FOR
parties in any state. Desertion; all cau'es
Blank applirationsfrt-e. kobert Whiter Ationier.
53 Broadway, N. Y. Sl-w
SEOOXl-HANi FURNITURE, bonwht. sold
or exchanged. Monev loaned or KnrnTtnn;
stored at MS EaM Second street. ltaTenport.
FOR SALE VALUABLE PATENT IM
provement on Elevators. Now in operation at
Star finishing Works, Hamilton Su, Philada.
Pa; preserves life and limb; for fnll pr.rttcnlar
apply to KOBT J. WALKER, Inventor.
WANTTO-AT ONCE. OOD 8TARCHRR;
best of waeca to lieht van? : sdoIt to IS o-
ple's Steam Laundry. Daveuport, la. 18lf
WANTED A POSITION AS BO 1KKEEPER
or clerk in Rock Island: first-class referen
ces; address S. J. March, Dagus Mines, Pa. 10
WANTED TWO LADIES AND ONE OEM
tleinan to canvass for a new invention ; sal
ary $2 a day. Experience unnecessary. C. K.l.
WANTED A SITUATION AS BXK-KKfcP-r.
bill clerk, timekeeper, office wo. k. r
clerk; can fnruish good reference; sddrc-s
4 P. KRKtU, Rock Island.
WANTED GENERAL AGENTS TO KEP
resont a well-e'tsblfht-d fociety pavinv; its
members weekly benefits when sick or disabled ;
fifty members written in Rock Island coamy last
two weeks; a bi chance; address this office.
WANTED A RKLIAB1.E PERSON IN ROOK
Island and every town in this locality todis
tribute circnlars; for particulars send references
and address. T. N. Crowley, fctf Main St, Terre
WANTED. A LADY TO MANAGE A
Branch office, at her own home, for the Ta
mona Female Specific "th-anife Lily"; a splendid
opportnnity; address with stamp, Tbe Dr.Cooo
lev Medical InsiitDte, South Bend Ind.
ATTORNEY AT LAW-Office with J. T. Ken
worthy, 175 Second A venne.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Rock Island
National Bank Building, Ror.k Island, I1L
C. L. ViUU.
SWEENEY k WALKER,
A TTORNKYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
.'lOlBce in Bengston's Clock. Rock Island, III.
MoEXIRY & MrEMRV,
TTORNEY'S AT LAW-Loim money or pood
i security, make collections. Reference. Mitch
ell Lynde. bankers, office in Postotnce block.
THE DAILY AKWl s.
OR SALE RYEkY EVENING at Crampton's
. hews Stand. Five cents per copy.
MRS. RUTHERFORD k BUTLER,
PRADrATESOPTnK ONTARIO VBTERNA
Wrv college, Velernary Phvsieiat.s anp Surgeons,
office: Tindall's Livery slable; Residence: Over
Alters Bakery, market txiuarc.
To sell our poods bv samplo to wholesale and re
tnil trade. We are the lareet manufacturers In
our line. Liberal salary paid. Pi-rmanent posi
tion. Money advanced for wages, advert iMtig,
etc Forrerms address
CkNTEKMIAi. MFC CO., ChUaro, 111.
LOUIS K. GiLLSON'Sc CO.,
procured. Increase a'l other soldiers' claims
prosecuted. Write u about vour case. Rooms,
Metropolitan block, t hicao. Id.
WM. 0. KULf , D. D. S
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms M, ST, C8 and i9.
-Take Elevator. DAYEXPORT. I A.
J. M. GASPARD, '
Library Building. Davenport, Iowa. Call for
estimates aud see work before going to Chicago.
After 22 years pertenee in tearh'ng Instru
mental Music, 1 will promise you more theory with
less lessons for the least niouey vt any teacher in
nnder our supervision, anveo each Juvenile pupil.
Teachers will save money to order their Music
Books of us. One-third off of aaarked 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 how to teach.
Address me at 1406 Brady St., Davenport, la.
MU. C. A. NLUKKEK.
THE NORTH AMERICAN
Savings, Loan and Building
Is now prepared and ready 10 make loans on
real eetrte security at
6 PER CENT INTEREST
per annum straight. No premium required.
J. R. JOHNSTON, Agent.
Ww. McEkirt, Attorney.
Office No. 171 Second Avenue,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
R. R. TICKET
(Member American Ticket Brokers' Asstn)
Reduced Rates to all Ponrrs.
OFFICE la Adams Express Office nnder ' -Harper
SOLE AGENT rOR
Tbs Pope Mfg. Co.'s Bicycles. Ladies and
Children's Bicycles a specialty.
A. D: HUESING,
Represents, among other Ime-tned and well
known Fire Insurance Companies be following:
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
Weachester Fire Ina. Company of N . Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ins Co., Rochester, If. Y.
Citisens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Pan Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ina. Co.. New H iven, Co-n.
Milwaukee Mechanic Ins. . Milwaukee, Wis
German Fire Ins. Coof Peoria, 111.
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
' ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
- BAS IHTElTTtD A-
which doM IU work tn a thotongh manner.
X9 It thorouehly purifies the air and removes
all obnoxious smells. For sale at Emll Koehler't
Prick 60 Cents per Bottlk.
ALL KINDS OF
done. A specialty of furnishing all kinds
of Stoves with Castings ot 8 cents
NINTH ST. AND 7tU AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
John Volk & Co.,
- M an n facto re rs of
Sash, Doors, Blinds. Si.ling, Flooring.
and all kinds or wood work for builders.
Eighteenth Si., bet Third and Fourth ave..
STATS OF ILLNOIS,
Rock Island Ooualy, f9-
In the Circuit Conrt In Chancerv.
John Feustel v Emily K. Vanatta, formtrlv Em
ily F. Mull, James Vanatts, Andrew J. Reeves
and M. F. Felix Foreclosure-Ueneral No.
Notice Is hereby (riven that nvvirtneof a decree
of said court, entered in the shove entitled
cause, on the SStb day of May. A. D. lftM. I
shall, oa Saturday the 48th dav of Julv. A.
D. 1890. at the hour of 1 o'clock in the after
noon, at the north door of the court hone. in id
county of Kock Island, to sattsv said decree,
sell SI public vendue. 10 the hiptae.t hirf.l-r f.-.r
cash, that certain parcel of land, situate in the
county 01 kock I -land and state i.f Illinois,
known and described as follows. t-wit :
The south quarter M of the west half f ',) of
iw Mumieaw quarter n ot section ten. 110), In
township sixteen, f lhl. north nnw Bee fM -t
of tbs Fourth I4ih principal meridian, containins
twenty acres more or less, together with ail the
richt. title, claim, interest and benefit whatever
which said Emily F. Stall had in and to the above
described premises and each and everv part
thereof . which was or is given to her bv or "results
from all laws of this state pertaining 10 the ex
emptions of homesteads.
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, thisSSth day of
June, A. D. 1S90. UKNRY CCKTIS
Master in Chancerv, Rock Island Co.. 111.
K. E. Pabjiistsk. Sol r furCcir.plt, M-d4w
8TATK OF ILLTTNOIS. 1
Rock Island CorxTT, 8S-
To the September Term A. D. 1S1, Citcuit Court,
A Inline Barrick, complainant, vs. Macgie Roth,
Hattie Roth, defendants Foreclosure .
To the above named defendant. Uattie Roth:
Nouc e Is bereoy given, that the above named com
plainant has this flay filed in s.idcourt her bill of
romnjaint against you and the other defendant,
tbata summons in chancery has been tstwirrt there
in strains t you. directed to the sheriff of said
county, returnable to the September term. A, I.
isssj. 01 sai a court, to be beirun at tbe conrt house
in tbe city of Rock Island in said comity, on the
first Monday in September. A I. l;ii, at whn h
time aud place you will appesr and plead, answer
ui urmui hi saia mil
Kock Island, Illinois. July 2nd. 110 .
4KUKi?K W. tiAMBLK. Clerk.
Jacnoa A HobsT, Compl'ts Sol'rs.
Estate of Peter Hoi abammer. Deceased.
The andersiKlied. havtne hrenaitnointeri Admin
trator of the estate of Peter llolshammer, late
oi we county oi it oca Island, state of Illinois.
deceased, hereby (rives notice that he will
appear before the county court of Rock Island
county, at the office of the clerk of said court. In
the city cf Rock Island, at the October term, on
the First Monday in October next, at whir h time
all persons having claims aeainst said estate are
notified and requested to attend for the pnrpose of
having tbe same adjusted. All persons indelited
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment to tne nndersiened.
Dated this 1Mb day of Julv, A. D.. 1890.
H. HAS SHAW, Administrator.
Estate of Felix Zimmerman, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed admtn
Istralriz of the estate of Felix Zimmerman, iau
mt th pa..y , Uwfa V.i.h . . lit . i
- ua IibiiU, ,M llllllllll.. ae-
ceased, hereby irivee notice tbat sbe will appear
before tbe county court of Rock Island county, at
ura ounc ui we ctera ot said-court, in tne citr
irimuu, at ue aepremoer term, on tne I
Monday tn September next, at wbich time
Demons hivin.rl.ii... ..;.... . .
ified and requested to attend for the purpose of
MiavwiiuBvni. ah persons lodesned
tosaidestate are requested to make immediate
Dated this Mb day July, A. U. MX).
11-dSw AMANDA SCHMIDT, Administratrix,
Estate of John MeOonoell, deceased
The anderslgned. having txen appointed
senior nff t It. I..t II ...I . . . .
McConueli, late of the county of Rock Island, state
1 1 ' ivu. given uutice inai
w. .it vciora mm- county court or Kock
. r 1 evnuntv . t tk. nAn. . 1. - 1 . .
- ' wi tun cierw oi
eonrt. in Lbseit of uiir r.t.n .
-r - . , uiwR-utviitiri
term, on tha First Monday ia Heptemher next, at
which time all persons having; claims aeainst
sura estate am noil Bed and requested to
tend fnrui. mrvm. f h . l. u . .-
ed. Ail persons indebted to said estate are
1 imaatKitnie payment to the
Dated. tWs8th day of July, A. I)., 1M0.
18-dSw SAMUEL McCoNNELL Executor
JJ'S" O Ik acknowledged
tbe lel.n , 1..
'I beouly saie mne.ly for
i ' prescrtue it and feel
- "7 r' iu rervmiuenuuici
LTMltbsWCatltH-tifti to all sutterers.
' 2 7 a.J.fciOM.K.M.lX,
Proprietor of tbe Old nd well-known
Cor. Third avenue and Eighth street,
Haa opened with an entire stock of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Flour, Feed, Etc
tyFreah Farm Produce always on band
Mr. "mart desires a renewal ol his old trade and win try and give patrons prices and t '!..
HEIDEMANN & SCH BOEDER,
CARPENTERS AND J3UILDERS,
Shop 813 Eighth Avenue.
lT"Jibbiu done on short notice.
C. J. W.
Plans and specification fumished on all cla.ses
side Miding Blinds, something
Stop that Cough?
Or it will stop you.
How Will You Do It?
The Surest thing kpown is"
Not only your couh, but four
Bronchia, trouble, aa well as
many otber things. It in war
mated. You are loosing time.
money, and perb&pe your life, in
tbia delay. It is worth investi
THE GREAT RE3TOUER WORKS,
lSt-O Portland Ave. Minneapolis. Minn.
For particaUrs, medicines, etc. Tcice Jl on per
bottle. Yoa dracgist can get it.
UfAUJJfS WGfilD THJ! S BLTCH CUM
HAlrfES GOLDEN SPECIFIC
ll eaakert.eala ... f raWrr- win. r la nl.
-. ! M without ibe Knrmrigr of the patient. If
;,7.; r harml. and w.ll etfeei a
ETIJL; T i and poedT eure. vh.ihrr the rstient is a
5??ifV ""okeroran IT rvi R
..M.Vh V .tP"'!," ,0 1'lT nt with .i,c eer
IsiatTthat the pttieni iin.1ereoe.no iner-nvemenee.
eflected. 43 paae hooa ol particulars fme.
Marshall Fisher aud T. II, Thomas, d'tts;
gists, Kock Inland. Ill aay .Vriwly
NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT.
Jweifl r..r Hj-na. P.inn. Fit.. Nrtiralria, Wake
lulnv, Mntl 1H pn-s,Hi. .1r.fniw ..f the lraia re--tiiiiiiir
in isvuiiit sna lra.imi; to mm v le- v au.l
l,-,5h. Pnnuiun- tnl Ave. IWi reun,. 1m of ri.t-r
in.titu-f sex. Ito.ihotraij ls.iin( w.-1tl.-llorl ha-a
-.tie4 tv ov-r-ef ciiMi ,a tlf traiH. M-,f-,lu ,.r
oer ind,l?ia,-e. box eonlaui-oik- month', treat
ment, f i a t. or hi lor .. .,-nt . aiail ihvp.i.1.
With es, h onu-r for hi box.-, will rntl ,n baer
cnr.nt- r fnd aionr. il tho liMuinl fu lo
cutv. uuartuitets, aud (renuioe sola only by
I1ARTZ A BAHNSKN,
Drn-rfflsts. Stole Agents, corner Third avenne and
Twentieth street, Kock Island, 111.
The Great French Remedy for Suppressions
aud Monthly Irretrularitu-s.
Ladies l"se L DutTs Periodical Pill, of Paris,
Fmnce; gnaranteed to accomplish all thst is
claimed for them. To be used monthly for troubles
peculiar to women Full directions with earh
box $i per box or three I on-s for f.V American
I'lll To., royalty proprietors. Spencer, Iowa. The
Pennine pill obtained of tto Kudert, Kim street.
Kock Island, Jappe & Co, lavtDsjrt, and of all
THE MOLINE SAVINGS BANK
(Charted by the Legislature of Illinois.)
MOLINE, - ILLS.
Open daily rrotn S A. M. to I P. M ., and on Tnes
day and Sstarday Kvrniuas fran 1 to
Interest allowed on Dos posits at the rate
of 4 per Cent, per Annum.
Deposits received in amounts of
ffl and Upwards.
The private property of the Trustees is respon
sible to the depositor. The officers are prohibi
ted from borrowing any of Its moneys. Minors
and married women protected by special law.
OFFican-:-B W. Wnaaxoca. President; Po
V,c" PreMdent; c. V. Uanaawar.
TKfsrjirsr-S. W. Wbeel-jck, Porte Skinner,
C. F. Hemenway, J Silas Leas, Q. H Edwards
Ilirain Darting, A. 8. U rlrtt, i. S. Kcator l2
U. Imenway, C. Vltxthum.
the only chartered Havings Bank in Rock
& v. 8M1TH. v-iwn ,. J; a v8
SAFETY DEPOSIT CO.
nifST KATIUN.Ui BANK HUILDIKQ,
DAVENPORT, . - - IOWA.
...7rt'''t r'.f,,, a;i"ta Imrrrlart. tlilt-vn
iiii.l tire with us ure an.l 1iiin?Iar-l"rsI
aiilta and S.,f,-S. I, uow pivim ., rent
hitfe In iu auils with either a.uii.iiutUim r
key lka. The Lwk , tlie siif.4 are aU
difteivtit, and umii-r the control of n. r,Z?
tM h sale ciMitaiiu a tin box in -ih ti to piaee
Iff ? tTJ,5r. a-"Hitni.Nl3llons as are
wantol by AHmiiiKtratora, E.e.titPt, ;u.rd
ins. Capitalists, MitrrieU or SiiiglowlXnT
JiirnierH, Meeliaiih-s, Travcimg8 Men.
Strangers, having vulittWea. J'iU-at retiring
nsans lor the exainiimtioa of pnn, eU
SAfes in , all a be, rainring lnnri.,jH!r annum,
from Three lloUiirs up to. TLirty iKillar " ie!
rordmB to si, and roralUw. Al-
IUxhu tor parkages, boies or tniuki! If you
aregouig to trttveU thli ia the only place of ab
aolute safety in the three cities J your aUver
and other valuable. Chargea rtanahuZ
Safe 'noT OUr VUiU' iSier
M. 3. EOHLF3, Custodian.
DAVIS & CO,
A complete stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Pack ir jr.
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc
Sole Agents for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS
We guarantee every one perfect, and will ....(
Twenty day's trial, to responsible pa" ..
8afety Ileating Boilers and Ointrnt t.,,: f,
furniehlng andlayini? Water, an )
1712 First Ave.
Rnck Islan.l, I'l.n..
Telephone 1148. ReideLce1el(-.
of vork. Also scent of Willi r s Tate i I
new. stylish and desirable.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
COS- WASH ft 3d AVE. B.
FroM 90 years' experience in II,
pita) and Private practice is enable,
to guarantee radical mres in C'hronn
or po sonoos diseases of the blood.
throat, no e. skin, kidoVys, bladdi-r
and kindred onrans. Uravel and sttic
lure cured witnout pain or cnttine.
Those who conte aplate poine t
Hot hprioirs for the treatment of arm
private or Mood diseases can becim cl
lor ovsemiird the cost.
I A niCC By mis treatment
urlul - k.vely com pie lion. fre.
iron s,iowness. Irecaies. eru,tion.
etc., brilliant ee and perfect bealt!
can he had. tThat "tired fee 1-1
mi; and ail female weakness prompt
ly cored. I loan ue, headaches. Nrr
ons rrost ration, and Sleeplessness. "
vnsn trou l,lts. Inflammation sr..) I ;, ., lir
Falling and displacements. Spinal w. utt,, .. ti
hanee of Life. Consult the old doctor
NERVDII Physical and tirfur.ir v,t
nuiltuu J, nr.. prematarr ,i,,av v,.
forebodings. seif-disira, impaired :n m..rv. m
Citation of ihe heart, pimples on the fao
cforethe EYK, ringim, in the ar. t.i wr.
threatened consumptino and every d.jt .--
BLOOD AND SKIN f: ...
horrible In Its resell completely era.! ;
without the nse of irercory. tvrofnla K-
Fever Mo s. Hlou-bes. Hli pie-, i frr- , -. -i.
in tbe Head and Bones, fyphiltic ore Ttir i
Totipne. ulandular enlaivrment of ih- v..k.
Kbeumatism. etc., cured wb- n others i
RUPTMRF -nr,a with-mi ivii. ot -.
. w r-nce trom basiucs
URINARY " Recently conir'e ;
wiiiiviit I . f,nM1jC iis-ass HOMTU I'
enred lo 3 to H days hy a local remedy. N.. i
seous driurs need. Medicines mailed or ei;.-.
ed to any address free from observat'on. '
gesatair. Terms rn-h. Book and que-ii.,:.
IV. A fri. ndly talk costs Dot hi nr.
HOI K3: 10 a. m. to li m..i to 3 and " to? ; a.
Sundav: itolp. n.
S Wash. Av. S. HIMBEAFOLIS. MISS
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Located in
In the past two months be has successful..)
of the most severe character.
Such, diseases as Rheumatism. Xenri'.- ,
Scrofula, Heart-disease, disease of the !.:.
"'''. or of any of the seeretory oivans; n -J
all k.ndaof Laos diseases or complication-. .n
as Athma. Br nchilis or Pleurisy. All mini- I
nervons diseases sncressfully treated.
Positively and permanently cured, wiihoui ::.c
nse of the knife or any operation whatever. t i o
WfLoss of Manhood, Seminal Weakn.-. a! 1
Errors of Youth, positively and Mrmaiin.:
tVTossiilvely no case taken that 1,01 I
enred. Correspondence accompanied b 4t
atsiups promptly answered.
Office -McCnllongh's New Ehk.
W. Third Street, near Main,
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BABY deliv'er" FREE
lis My seaa lit Us LlUlol kUld Atw b- f
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OAV8' SPECIAL PRICE SALE.
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