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THK KOCK ISLAND AUGUB, TUESDAY, JULY 29. 1890,
A Delightful Journey from Ostend
Claraeterlsjtlra of the Country and
IVople Entertainingly Ucfrlbrd-
Mare r Historical Interest and
Mfudr Religions t'nsjtosns.
Special Correspondence to Ibe A Rous:
Bkdsskli.s, July 14 Id going from
Ostend to Bruasells one passes through
Burpes. Gaent and Antwerp. The coun
try is low and perfectly flat with houses
very numerous, the kingdom having more
people to tbe square mile than any coun
try in tbe world, except China. Every
foot of land is under a high state of cul
tivation fields of oats, rye, barley,
wheat, potatoes and vegetables in every
directon- Tbe roads are few in number
and winding, with endless rows of trees
on both sides, little foot paths bein? tbe
more ordinaty means of communication.
Tbe grain is fast ripening, much of it be
ing already harvested, trees loaded down
with cherries, and pear trees heavy with
fruit. Everywhere one sees women work
iog in the fields, most of them, as well as
children, being without any head cover
ing. Little carts drawn by dogs every
where, and women trundling heavy
wheelbarrows, often assisted by dogs who
seem very patient and well trained for
their work. In fact, women and dogs
seem to do most of the work, the women,
children and men all wearing wooden
shoes; one wonders how they manage to
keep them on their feet, especially the
children, who, both in country and city,
run about at play with apparent ease.
Tbe houses are all of brick, house and
barn generally being under one roof, cer
tainly a convenient arrangement for both
parties people and cattle. Mo9t of the
houes are washed in white with red tiled
B urge 9 is an ancient city and most pic
turesque. In its center stands tbe courts
with the famous "Belfry of Burges" ring
ing out its sweet tones every quarter hour.
The cathedral of St. Savior is venerable in
both its interior and exterior, with many
pictures and shrines, tombs, etc. Like
all churches in Koman Catholic countries
some of the altars are dedicated to vari
ous saints, and famous miraculous cures,
and votive offerings of silver, brass and
wax are hung about the place, often in
form illustrating tbe character of the dis
eases, such as arms, legs, eyes, ears, etc.,
many of them representing scrofulous
sores, etc., of which the pious votary has
been relieved through the intercessions
of the saint. Candles of all sizes are
burning before these shrines, as well as
before the altars of the virgin, women
having little tables near the altars with
candles for sale; some of the can
dles are of very small size, so that
even the poorest can afford an offer
ing if they desire. Photographs of the
church altars, tombs, etc., are also
for sale in the church, and attendants
seem to have no hesitation in selling.
even wuiie mass is being said at the var
ious altars. The ancient hospital of St
John is most interesting in its antiquity.
and has many valuable paintings within
its walls. At liurges also one visits tbe
cbappelle of St. Song "Holy Blood"
where on every Friday mass is said, and
tbe blood of the Saviour is exposed for
tbe people to view. Some wonderful
pictures are to be found here, and the
shrine where the blood is kept is rich be
yond description in gold and precious
Antwerp is a city of 250,000 inhabl
tanu. and is full of Interest, both for its
ecclesiastical and business aspects. In tbe
cathredral are three of the great paintings
01 ituiiens, and the others are magnifi
cent both in size and splendor. A stran
ger to the ways of these people is struck
with the ease with which the Sacrastan
will mount altars, and remove taberna
cles and ornaments in order to show one
a picture or statuary for the considera
tion of one franc. The hall of justice in
Antwerp is full of interesting paintings
on walls and ceiling, illustrating the
history of Flanders both in peace and
ar. The rooms are magnificent in
carvings and paintings, and open to all
for a trifle. The market on Tuesdays
and Fridays is a scene of wonder peas
ants and dog wagons everywhere, great
neaps ot vegetables on the pavement,
rich in color and beauty, cherries and
berries, milk buckets, and soft cheese in
endless confusion, while the snarling of
uogs and clatter of wooden shoes, and
incessant and rapid talking of men. wo
men and children, almost make one fan
cy he :s in a bedlam let loose. I saw one
cart loaded high with cratea of chickens
and pigeons drawn by four dogs abreast.
fonr dogs! They looked very unhappy,
but seemed patient, and no doubt they
were fed when they reached home. But
it does make one sigh to see one poor,
lean small dog drawing a heavy four,
wheeled cart filled with faggots or fruit.
old clothes or milk, with their tongues
extended and tails dragging on the
Brussels is one of the finest cities in
Europe -a second Paris wide boule
vards extending all around the city;
trees on every side, its magnificent bois or
pars or thousands of acres, shops brii-
naut witn goods, laces and lewelrv.
clothing and confectionery, and above
all its hundreds of beer shops every
where, generally well filled with cus-.
tomera, tables and chairs, not on
ly filling the sidewalk, but ex
tending far out into tbe streets.
The museum has tbe largest collection of
Kubens of any city, and abounds with pic
tures 01 rare value and interest. The
churches are numerous and most all
with beautiful altars and all the usual
adornments of churches of the Roman
faith shrines and imageB, native offer
ings and candles, with virgins clothed in
costly garments and crowned with tiaras,
holding the Holy Child also crowned with
every gorgeous accessory.
Tbe new Hall of Justice is tbe largest
building in the world and nothing could
be finer in style and stability. The royal
palace stands opposite the Royal Pare
and is a model of beauty and strength.
The Botanical gardens are among the
finest in Europe, open to all, and 1 saw
numerous young lads coming from the
instruction halls with their books, look
ing as happy as though study was
a recreation to them, as surely It may
well be under such auspices. I fancy the
common people work bard, but they seem
contented and happy, though tbe women
do look awfully old and worn. They all
women and children go bareheaded,
and wooden shoes are very common in
Brussels. One of tbe boulevards has
long rows of "merry go rounds," gor
geous in decoration of red and gold,
representing ships under full sail and
rocking horses and handsome carriages
seating twelve each, run by steam, with
brass band, and in tome cases steam
organs. And here on Saturday night
thousands assembled and took a ride.
Fireworks and Chinese lanterns were
everywhere. Cheap theatres and target
shooting, and tbe noise was something
dreadful, but everybody seemed happy
and the beer flowed in endless streams of
cheer. I cannot describe the orderly con
fusion of tbe scene. One must see and
hear in order to understand It. We leave
for Aix la Chappelle and Cologne today.
The only complexion powder in the
world that is without vulgarity, without
injury to the user, and without doubt a J
beautlfler, is rozzoni s.
SOON THEY'LL J5K MARRIED.
The Troth About CTr. - Kebecca J.
W3M 9m. k 1 n A- SI .
Paat Domestic Troubles The Wed
dlatc to be In Reek Inland.
The Des loines Register has the fol
lowing late facts concerning Mrs. Rebec
ca J. Fisher's approaching marriage with
the great temperance advocate, Francis
A story has been going the rounds of
the newspapers, says tbe Des Moines
Register, affecting the divorce and estate
of Mrs. Rebecca J. Fisher, of Couneil
Bluffs, the lady whose engagement to
Francis Murphy was announced some
time ago. It appears now that the whole
matter was a fabrication of some ii res
ponsible person. , A gentleman from
Council Bluffs, in whose family Mrs.
Fisher has for a number of years been a
welcome and intimate friend, whs in the
city yesterday, and stated that there was
no truth whatever In the reports. Mrs.
Fisher, who is a sensitive as well as a
very sensible woman, has naturally been
not a little annoyed by the ULkind gos
sip. Before leaving Council Bluffs the
gentleman who gaye these facts to the
Register, made a thorough examination of
the records in tbe matter of the divorce.
The record is a clear one throughout.
The divorce was based on habitual
drunkenness, and the court decided tbe
equities of tbe case were with the plain
tiff. The decree did not convev all the
property to Sir. Fisher as stated. The
facts about tbe estate are these: Mr.
Fisher was engaged in the tobacco busi
ness, iiis property consisted of his stock
of goods and a building valued at $7,(HHJ,
and mortgaged for over $5,000. Tbe
stock of goods were sold and an amicable
division made. Mr. Fisher received $2.-
600 in cah, and tbe wife took the en-
cutnbeted property which ha since
been her source of income. "There is
nothing at all in tbe rumors that anything
but a fair division wa6 made. If any
thing, the division was mote just for him
than it was for hrr. Mrs. Fisher is not a
selfish woman, aud she was the last one
who would have taken advantage, even
legal advantage of her husband, who
often mistreated her and mar!e it impos-.
sible for her to continue to live as his
Another false report was the one ia re
gard to the position of her father, who
lives in Rock Island. It seems that be
has not opposed the match and has offered
no objections to the marriage. Tbe Coun
cil Bluffs gentleman stated that he knew
positively that her father, whose name is
Mr. Johnston, had not only not opposed
tbe marriage, but bad invited his daugh
ter to come to his home and baye the
wedding lake place there. Tbe arrange
ments ate that Mrs. Fisher will go to her
fsthtr's home in Rock Island about the
1st of August and tbe marriage take place
there in the latter part of the month.
"How these erroneous reports got ou,"
said the gentleman, "I do not know, but I
know that they are entirely fals. The
match is a love matter. She believes in
Mr. Murphy's mission and he will find an
invaluable helper in her wherever he may
work. He marrie9 a woman who is in
every sense worthy to be the wife of a
nobleman. Mrs. Fisher is a member of
the Presbyterian church and president of
the W. C. T. U. and an indefatigable
worker in both organizations. She is re
spected by all who know her and her
friends are among the best and most in
fluential people of the city. She is loved
by many who have b.en the recipients of
ber kindness and charities."
From other sources it is learned that
Mrs. Fisher, who is thus to become the
bride of the famous temperance advocate,
is something less than 4(Kyears of age,
and not only handsome, but very bright
and intelligent, quick to comprehend tbe
needs of people and ready to help all who
need assistance. She was married to Mr.
Fisher in 1872 and lived with him until
tbe time the divorce was granted. That
she was a faithful wife and clung to him
until his actions compelled ber to part
from nim.it is asserted noone who knows
her can doubt. She devoted many years
of the best portion of ber life to the hap
piness of a man who was addicted to a
babit which made him unworthy of her,
and the good people generally will wish
her joy in her new love.
Mr. E. D. F. Fisher, tbe divorcf d hus
band, as a business man, was very prom
inent and well known in many parts of
the state, especially in Des Moines. He
was for a time in a home in California.
but it is understood he has been living
witn a sister in tbe state of Kansas.
This article was copied into the Coun
cil Bluffs Nonpariel as coming nearer the
actual existing facts than anything yet
published, and is so regarded by Mr. J.
R. Johnston, of this city, father of the
July 23 Wm 1) Broderick to Marsar
et Mulvihill. lot 10. block 2. Bailey &
Boyle's ad. R I. $400.
24 Rocksvllany Barnes to Puilip Mil
ter, part lots 7, 10, block" 21, Chicago ad.
R I, $1,200.
John Dickson by executor to Abraham
Strayer. lot 3. block 4, Dickson & Young's
ad- Milan, $23.
Abraham Strayer to William Francis
lot 3. block 4, Dickson fc Young's add,
Emma D Velie to Lars P Nelson, part
lot E. Child's second ad, Moline. $1.91)0.
Sylvan Boat Club to Beder Wood, part
lot 1, block 1, Moline, $2,100.
United Presbyterian church to Trustees
General Assembly, part lot 1, block 17,
Heirs of John Georpe Hetter to Rosa
Hetter. part lots 3, 4. 0. C. block C3. Chi
cago ad, R I, $1.
26 John F Murray to Thomas W
Thomson, part nwj, net. 8. 17, lw, $250.
John I'almqiust to Charles J Wilson.
part lots 17, 18, blork 1, John Deere's
ad. and part lots 6, 7, block 2, W. II. Ed
ward s ad, $2,500.
Charles J Wilson to Clara O Palmouist.
part lota 17, 18. block 1, John Deere's
ad. and part lots 6, 7. block 2. W II Ed
ward's ad, $1.
Levi S McCabe et al to H W Hoffman.
by metes and bounds section 6. 6. 17. lw.
Levi S McCabe et al to Gerbart Ilartz.
by metes and bounds in nwl. 6. 17. lw.
Lars P Nelsen to John Astrom. part lot
E, Child's second ad, Moline, $1,200.
28 Mary E McCulloch to William J C
Schooley, lot 14. block 8, Dickson &
Young's ad, Milan, $50.
M A Rodman to Charles W Levev. lot
10, block 11. M A Rodman's ad. R I.
Peter Robinson to Frank Meenan. Dart
lots 1. 2, block 8, Howard's ad, R I.
23 Estate of Elijah Boleman. In
ventory filed and approved.
23 Estate of Claus O Berelund. Will
admitted to probate.
.Estate of Andrew Lydehn. ust and
true account filed and approved.
i Assignment of Abram Loeb. As
signee's report of claims filed and ap-
proved. . assignee's account tiled fiv.a ap
proved and dividend ordered.
28 Estate of Chailes B Enox. Inven
tory filed and approved. Proof of notice
to creditors filed.
It requires no self-denial for a Dawn.
broker to keep the pledge.
RAPIDS CI1 Y.
Rapids Crnr. July 27.
Quite a number of tbe friends and rel
atives of Adam Hofstetter, who lives just
south of and in the city's corporate lim
its, met at his house yesterday for a so
cial gathering, among hom we note:
Mrs M. Rettig and fam ly. J. C. Vogel
and family, Aug. Klebe i nd family, M.
Motts and family, Jacob ithieb and fami
ly. Peter Cewe and family, Mrs. C. Cewe
and family, Wm. Ede'n an and wife,
Geo. Vogle and family. John Guilden
pfenning and family, Go. Wildamuth
and family and a host of others from the
surrounding country, including some of
Mr. Hofstetter's relatives from Uene&eo.
A right good time was had and everybody
went home in tbe best of spirits and feel
Ing better for the day spnt out at Mr.
Hofstetter's pleasant homo.
On Thursday evening lust a rather un
usual marriage was celebrated by Justice
of the Peace H. 8. 8hurtl ;ff at his house
just below the city, the contracting par
ties being Christopher Scherschef.aged 87
years, and Miss Fronica Cumber, aged 69
years. Chris, as he is usually called, is
the oldest son of William Scherschel. a
long-time resident of Han pton township,
and for some years a resit ent of this vil
tage, and one of its nldermen. Tbe
blushing bride is a native of Germany
and this is her second venture in the mat
rimonial market, having seen married in
the old country. Oa coming to this
country she resumed her maiden name.
The marriage is not without a romance,
as one will naturally assume. The groom
used to help the bride occasionally in her
garden work, and all unknown, cupid's
darts were skillfully thrown. The bride
has a nice house in the southern part of
the village and nicely situated. She has
two brothers, Peter and Nicholas Gum
ber. who are well-to do farmers on tbe
bluffs, back of here. Of course, there was
some opposition lo a n arriage of this
kind, but love laughs at obstacles. Tne
email boy was numerous as usual, with
the tin horn and cowbell, and the groom
responded liberally, as any one ought to
do who secures bis iJeal, no matter what
the obstacle may be.
Did you ever go blackberrying? If
not, oh, ye city denizens seeking a place
where nature's cool breezes tell.jou to
sleep with scented waves of nature's
choicest doners, and whete m squitcs
draw your overheated elixir of life
wiitout waiting aiy formalities
in so doing; where you can get
wound up in the towering blackberry
bushes, that the more you try to free
yourself the tighter they hold you, until
nature or the clothes you wear give way,
and you are once more free to roam a
little further or only to go through the
same experience minus a sample of your
wearing apparel or a si ght microbe of
epidermes. If you still wish to enjoy
yourself go out to Henry Strusse's farm
three and a half miles so Jthwest of Rap
ids City, and goingup to the house and ask
permission to go into bis blackberry pas
ture. Mr. Strusse is a self-made farmer,
and has by his untiring efforts made the
wilderness to blossom and bear fruit in
abundance, and has a fine house and
barn on bis tidy farm hs a reward for
sturdy and many years of labor. Tbe
berry patch of about frrty acres is just
oeiow tne bouse, and if you havj pro
vided yourself with your old clothes that
you had laid aside to ive to the next
tramp that came along, you can go down
there for Mr. Strusse never refuses any
one, and once there you can safely say
mat mere are millions of quarts of black
berries there one-half of which will
never be picked. The bushes are from
three to nine feet high, and loaded win
nne large Dernes tnat nrs now just turn
ing to a rich blue black, and were it not
for the thorns would be very easy to
gather. But such thorns; one on tbe
utmost tips of a tall bush will hook on to
I you. and as you instinc ively iumo bark
j about four feet to escape the torture, tbe
bush by a deft, sinuous movement has
made every thorn fast upon you from
tne nrst point of contact down
to your very toes. There is hut one way
tor ttie novice in such cases to do. and
that is to rip them out: i . takes lets time
and sooner fits them, the novice, lor
brief retirement for rt pairs. The old
bands simply turn around and wind
themselves out of the bushes in some un
known manner. But for a novice to try
to do so would be to fluslly call to his
aid a couple of men and a bush book, and
mow down about a rod or two of bushes
and there find the uc fortunate. Th
unfortunate, tbe lured, is rolling, and
with patches of underbrush and bel
and is scratched. All tt rough and over
and under are immense quantities of
blackberry bushes and If aded down with
nne fruit. Mr. S. D. Wainwrighl's farm
pasture and Mr. John Sackhofs land also
4ias some on, but Mr. Strusse's pasture is
the most frequented and has the most
bushes on. There is anrther fine lot of
them on the farm of tbe late A D. Cox.
just below tbe city, but the hills are steep
and bard to climb thnre. City people
wno desire to nave an imitation of i
toboggan slide without the accompani
ments usually found at u regular slide,
and with a back stop consisting of black
bsrry bushes and thorns to land in after
sliding down one of those steep bluffs.
can be accommodated here free of charge
The farm is in charge of Mr. I. S Cox
and permission will be rt adily granted to
any and all who wish to pick, the only
reserve made in all cases is that you will
not destroy the bushes it your mad and
wild endeavors to get free from the
thorns. You can cut up as much as you
please. But even wilbn it any reserva
tion tbe bushes would not begin to suffer
as much as tbe sufferer does. Tbe ber
ries are fine and Iota of them to be had.
The usual terms for picking on all the
farms mentioned are one-third of your
pick, and generally much less is taken.
If you want a day's sport, come up and
bring your old clothes al log.
Deafness Can't bt Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased por .ion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies
Deafness is caused by .m inflamed con
dition of mucous lining of the Eustach
ian tube. When this ti be gets inflamed
you have a rumbling so ind or imperfect
bearing, and when it in entirely closed
deafness is the result, and unless the in
flammation can be tat en out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will he destroys 1 foTever. Nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh,
which is nothing but an inflamed condi
tion of tbe mucous surfaces.
We will give one hu ndred dollars for
any case of deafness c tused by catarrh
that we cannot cure by taking Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send ftr circulars, free.
F. J. Cheney &(!,, Toledo. O.
t-Sold by druggists, 75c
Tbe easiest way tog at crows out of
corn is to feed it to a roister.
Notice to Ielfateo.
Arrangements have been made to have
an extra coacb attache, i to the BearJs
town express on tbe C, 3. & Q. road for
the accommodation of the Rock Island
and Mercer county dele gates and their
friends wishing to attend the dpmnpmtir
congressional convention at Monmouth.
l ram leaves uock island at 3 p. m. Mon
day, Aug. 4th. and arrives at Monmouth
at 5:30 p. m. One an 1 one-third fare
for the round triD. bvse nrimr rertifWio
from agent on purchase of ticket. By
order of committee. .
Mclntire Bros, have a new anil mliahl
kid glove cleaner: cleans nerfectlv anrt
leaves no odor.
I I . . . : .
Iu the Proper Place. .,
Funny Man I did not notice my jokes
in your paper.
Editor They were nil there.
Funny Man That's queer. I looked
the funny column all through,
Editor After reading them I con
cluded to sandwich thra in, with the
death notices. Lowell Citizen. 1
A Correct Diagnosis.
Little One D'ye s'jiose he-wants some
Little Two No, he wants to
Wife Yon do not speak to me aa af
fectionately as yon nsed to, George. I
think yon have coased to love me.
Husband There you are again! Ceased
to love you! Why, I love yon better
than my life. Now shut up and let mo
read my paper. Btwton Courier.
Torre of Habit.
C tmntryniau (at the village hotel) An'
is that feller a real, genooine reiKirter on
one of the Bosting papers?
Clerk Oh, yes! He put a paragraph
mark before his name and a double line
under the name of his paper wt.n he
registered. Boston Times.
. to Meafturr.
School Teacher Johnny, what does
the word meter mean?
Johnny A measure.
School Teacher Now, Johnny, what
do they measure with the meter?
Johnny Gas, electricity, water and
poetry. Harper's Bazar.
The Crown dining hall, 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 f 200 and upward, at lowest
current rate3 of interest, without com
mission. E. W. Ilurst. Attorney at
law. Rock Island.
100 LadiM Waned.
Aed 100 men to call on any druggist fot
a free trial package of Lane's Family
Medicine, the great root and herb reme
dy, discovered by Dr. Silas Lane while in
the Rocky mountains. For diseases of
the blood, liver and kidneys it is a posi
tive cure. For constipation and clearing
up the complexion it does wonders. Ii
is the best spring medicine known.
Large size package 50 cents. At all
A glittering success the solitaire in
A new idea embraced in Elv'a Cream
Balm. Catarrh is cured bj cleansing and
healing, not by drying up. It is not a
liquid or snuff, but is easily applied into
the nostrils. lis effect is magical and a
thorough treaimeul will cure the worst
Brought up with a round turn
Concert and dancing every Saturday
evening, with good music at Joseph Hu
ber's garden on Moline avenue. Every
other day in the week except Saturday
tbe garden is to let.
A Triad Rtmedy for Billlsamess.
Thoe who ufT"r fnm ilijonlcr or inaction of
the liver will never Ret the upKT huod of the un-
ruijor?an w umiz as mey axe ucb Irrational
remedies a blre pill, cilotnel and podophylliii.
Hut from the tried and popular medicine, Hoptet
ter'e stomach Hitter, they may expert relief with
a eertainty oj obtainine it. The influence of the
Bitter upon the great biliary iland i direct, pow
erful and eprediiy felt The relief afforded la not
pnfmodic, hut complete and permanent The
allownef of the i-kin. furred appearance of the
tongue, indiee-tion, cotivenene, headache, nau
sea, pains through the ri?ht eirle and -honkler. in
fact every accompaniment of tbs ohotinate com
plaint are entirely and promptly removed by a
course of thle inestimable medicine, in behalf of
which testimony if constantly cmanatinc from
every quarter, and from all vlame of society.
PURIFY IfOIR BLOOD
PREPARED OMLV Y
FLEKIS8 BROS., PITTSBURGH,' PA.
Tbe new Pension Bill ia now a law. This will
benefit many old soldiers or the widow, orphans
and dependent parents of those who have died.
Call on or send your address to .
H. C. CONNELLY,
Late of the 14th Illinois Cavalry.
Attorhkt at Law, ROCK ISLAND, ILL.,
who will assist yon and give jou all the Infoima
tion yon may wish. Jul B-w3m
CHAS. R. WHEELAN,
Undertaking and Embalming
Dimick Block, No. 106 80th fit.. Bock Island.
Ilavine nnrchaMed a rAmnloln tin nf TTntfftk.
in (foods, with hearse and aDpoartennces, and
bavins secured the service of Mr. Men. E Riwri
of Chicaeo, an expert funeral director and em-
uwmer 01 is years experience, I am rally pre
pared to guarantee satisfaction.
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Cheapest and best place iu the paper for
'Wants," "Lost." "Sale" aud "Rrnt notires.
Onlv one-half cent a word. Kvervbodv reads this
column. Try it .
parties in any state. Desertion; all can -m
HlsuK applications free, llobvrt White. Attnrtier,
5S Broadway, Ji. Y. Sl-w
QECOND-HANO FURNITI'KE, bouuht. sold
s3or exchanged. Money loaned or Furniture
stored at 'JXJ East Second street, Davenport.
FOR SALE VALUABLE PATENT 1M
proTement on Elevators. Now in operation al
Star finishing Works, Stt! Hamilton St., i'liilada.
Fa; preserves life and limb; for full particulars
apply lo ROB'f J. WA1.KKK, Iuventor.
WANTED GENERAL AUENTS TO Rep
resent a well-established rociety pavlnu it
members weekly benefits when sick or disabled ;
fifty members uritten in Rock Inland county last
two weeks; abinchauce; address tbisonlce.
TTT ANTED. A LADY TO MANAGE A
W Branch office, at her own home, for the Fa
mous female Spocilic "Orantc Li.y"; a splendid
opportunity; address with stamp. The Dr. CMn
ley Medical Institute. South Bend Ind.
J. M. BEiKDSLKY,
4 TTORNEY AT LAW Office with J. T. Ken
.worthy, 175 Second Avenue.
WILLIAM J U KS0X,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Rock Island
it National Bank Building, R.M-k Island, III.
a. o. ewciNET.
C. L. WALK SR.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Oflce in ttengston'a block, Kock Island. IU.
MtEMRY k Mi-EMKV,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money or cood
security, make collections. Reference, Mitch
ell Lynde. bankers. Office in Foctothce block.
THE DAILY AKKI S.
FOR SALE EVERY EVENING at Crampton'e
Newsstand. Five eents per copy.
DRS. RUTHERFORD & KUTLER,
miADUATES OR TH R nVTIRtn riTHV
llrv colleire, Veternary Physicians anp Suryons.
Ottlce: Tindall's Livery stable; Residence: oer
n.iera osKcr, uisraei eqnare.
To sell our Roods b sample to wholesale and re
tail trade. We are the larwrit nmntif ii'liirt-rs in
our line. Liberal salarv Paid. Permanent posi
tion. Money advanced for wages, artvi-rtlMiit".
etc r or rerm Buttress
CkNTERNIAi. MFQ. CO . Ohlrao, III.
procured. Increase all other soldiers' claim
pmsecnted. Write oe about your case. Room 4.
Metropolitan block, hicago, lil.
WM. 0. KULP.D. D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms 86, ST. ?8 aud -.
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT. IA.
J. M. GASl'AUD,
Library Buildimr. Davenport, Iowa, Tall for
estimates aud see work before Koiug to Chicago.
THE NORTH AMERICAN
Savings, Loan and Building
Is now prepared and ready lo make loans on
real estrte security at
6 PER CENT INTEREST
per snnum straight. No premium required.
J. R. JOHNSTON, Acent.
W'w. MrENtnr, Attorney.
Office No. 1719 Second Avenue,
It :CK ISLAND. ILL.
R. R. TICKET
(Member American Ticket Broker' Ass'tn)
Reduced Rates to all Points.
OFFICE In Adams Express Office under
SOLS AGENT FOR
The Pope Mfjr Co. 'a Bicycles. Ladles and
Children's Bicycles a sjieclaHty.
The cheapest ever known
$2 25 Per Ton for Cash.
Will also contract to furnish Tile and Brick for
sidewalks and do eeneral haulllns. Office onoo-
siie St. Joseph's church. Second avenue.
xeiepooue i..oo. T. t. JtLO.18.
laitum a hriUuuit tratmnaren. lot be skin. ft.
move all pimple, free tea and oicolunuiunsr For
sale by aH (Init-claMiUma'ci-u, or mailed for M ets.
In tamp ttf
Promptly and neatly executed by the Amoua Jo
fcVHpeclal attention paid t Commercial wor
A Pocket Match fiafe Free to Smoke as of
TIlOUIS K. GILLSON & CO..
Uercer Comity Goal
legal. I --W-: Jr- -:
8TATK OF ILLINOIS,
Rock Island Couxtt, j
To the September Term A. D. 1890, Circuit Court,
Ad til me Barrick, complainant, vs. Maggie Ruth,
Hattie Roth. defendants Foreclosure.
Teethe above named defendant, Ilattie Roth:
Notice is hereby given, thai the above named rom
plainant has thla flay Bled in sijd conrt her bill of
complaint against yon and tbe other defendant,
that a summons in chancery has Ik en issnrd there
in against you. directed to the sheriff of said
county, returnable to the September term. A, If.
1KJ. ot said court, to be becun at the court house
in the city of Rock Island in said county, on the
first Moneay in September, A D. l!!, at wti b
time and place yon will appear and plead, answer
or demur to said bill
Uock Island, Illinois. July i3nd, 1800.
QttOKOE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
JarKftoM QoftsT, Compl'ts Sol'rs.
JDMIITISTR A. TOR'S NOTICE.
Estate of Peter Holzhammer, Deceased.
The undersigned, having been appointed Admfn
trator of the estate of Peter Holzhamraer, late
of the county of Kock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice that he will
appeat before the county court of Kock Island
countv, at the office of the clerk of said court, in
the city cf Kock Island, at the October term, on
the First Monday in October next, at which time
all parsons having claims atrainst said estate are
notifled and requested to attend for the purixwe of
having the same adjusted. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment to tbe nndersiirned.
Dated this 15th day of July, A. D.. I'M.
IL HANSUAW, Administrator.
Estate of Felix Zimmerman, deceased.
The undersigned havinebeen appointed admin
istratrix of the estate of Felix Zimmerman, lute
f the county of Rock Island, state of Iliinow, de
ceased, hereby fives notice that she will appear
before the county court of Rock Island county, at
the olBce of the clerk of said court, in the city of
Hock Island, at the Septemliertorm, on the first
Monday in OVpteniber nexr, at 'wl.irh time all
persons having claims against said estate are no
titled and requested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adiusted. All persons indebted
to salu estate are requested to make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Uatadthis 10th day July. A. D. 1 90.
Il-d3w AMANDA SUiMI&T, Administratrix.
Estate of John VcConnell. deceased.
The undersigned, bavin? been aj pointed ex
ecutor of the last will and testament of John
McConnell, late of the county of Rock Island, svite
of Illinois, deceased, hereby mvt-s notice that he
will appear before the county court of Rock Ifl
and county, at tbe ntfice of the clerk nf slid
court, in the city of Kock Island, at the September
terra, on the First Mondav in September next, at
which time all persons having claims at'ainst
said estate are notified and requested to at
tend forthe purpose of having the same adjust
ed. All persons indebted to said estate are re-
2 nested to make immediate payment to the lin
ers lira ed.
Dated this 9th day of Ju'y, A. P., 190.
18-d3w SAMUEL McCOXXELL Executor.
Estate of Susan A. Pebnell, DfC ased.
The undersiirnerl having been ai pointed execu
tor of the last will and testament of Snsan A.
Sehnell, late of the county of Hock Island, sta'e
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that be
will appear before tbe countv court of iiork Isla: d
county, at the office of the cierk of said court, in
flie city of Rock Island, at the October term, on the
erst Monday in October next at which time all per
sons liaving claims against said estate are notified
and requested to attend, for the pnrpuse of hav
ing tbe same adjusted. All persona Indebted
to said estate are req nested to maUe liiucdiate
pavment to the undersigned.
Iat. d this !!h dar of July. A. O , 1?M.
dlw WM. Si HNEI.L, kxecnto-.
A. D. HUESING,
Represents, among other ime-tned and well
known FlrelneuranceCompaniee he followiui::
Royal Insurance Company, of Emrlanl.
Weechester Fire Ins. Companv of N . Y.
Buffalo Oerman Ins Co., Buffalo, N. .
Rochester German Ins Co.. Rochester, N. Y.
Cititens Ins. Co., of Pittburj;h, Pa.
Hun Fire Office. London.
Vuion Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Oi. New H iven. Co n.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. v . M ilwaukee. Wis
tiermau nre ins. lool Peoria, lil.
Office Cor. 19th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL-
-ALL KINDS OF-
done. A specialty of furnishing all kinds
of Stores with Casting? ol 8 cents
NINTH ST. AND ?th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
- aaa invektid a-
which does Its work in a thorough manner.
s e air win removes
all ohnoxions smells. For sale at Enitl Koeuler's
Prick 50 Cents per Bottle.
John Volk & Co.,
M annfactnrers of
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Siding. Flooring.
and all kinds of wood work for bnlldara.
Eighteenth 8U, bet Third and Fourth are..
NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT.
Rpseiftfl for Hysteria, Miriness. Fits. KenraUria. Wit,
fulness, MntJ lvprsswon. Kofiemn f t hi. llrsiii
suiting in imonltr and ttwitrw t.. min y Uwv
death Premature Old A. llrrenB... Loss ol fwr
. . ' . i4es..i.a KprrmatnnlHM
SfT.h 'i " ?r "I "Lr "" mail prepTTj
With each order tor six botes, wyi wad niiTiiwi
roaranu-e to refund amnry ttilw tTe"??
cure. t,uarmnt. u.uk and eno.Be moilxoZ, Ly W
HABTZ A BADNSEN,
Drn trusts. Bole Aenta. corner Third a venae and
Twentieth ataeet. Rock I.l.nri in
Ihe leading remedy fc
BCaTU0r-a A.J.fclUNtR. ar tv
" ' I'Wan-B. Iu.
(tola! by lsrvnrftrfjL
Proprietor of the Old and well-known
IPS G O IE IE "V,
Cor. Third avenue and Eighth street,
Flas opened with an entire stock of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Flour, Feed, Ktc.
t'Fresh Farm Produce always on hand
Mr. Hmart desires a renewal of his old trade and will try and give patrons price- t- -.
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolen.
1706 Second Aver ;;Pl
Manufacturer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Gent-' Fine Shovs a specialty. Repairing done neatly and pronpilv
A share of your patronage respectfully solicited.
1818 Stcond Attus. R. tk 1- '
tJohbing done on abort notice.
Dealer in. Groceries aud Provisious,
Xo.5- 26A6 Fifth ATnue. ROCK l-l.A.N;-
fSTN.w stoie, new stcck, the btst arodsat the lowest prics. A share of t-Jiiror -
Stop that Cough?
Or it will Btop you.
How Will You Do It?
Tlu- Surest thing known is
Not oiily your congh, but your
Bronch: trouMe, aa well as
many oilu r things. It is shr.
rsnU'd. Yit are lotVtint; time,
tnnnej, an l pt rbapa ymr lif in
this ltl ay. Ii ig worth irwMi-
THE GREAT RESTORER WORKS,
1 Si tl Pot i land A vp. MinneaMi. Minn.
For particulars, mrdictiie. etc. Price Jl.Ort per
botlle. Yoo drnL'irist can pet It.
MAl TWF W0IO 7HtSSirrOMafi
crhiiWfc gmdfn tDFrmr
'Mftrvhftll Jt Piahoa, awtJ T TT a-s. .
gists, Kock Islani III-" Tav Wwt
THE MOLINE SAVINGS BANK
l. harud by the Legislature of Illinois.)
MO LINK. - it.t.h
Open daily from t A. M. to 8 P. M .. and oa Tnea
"-j " nvenine rroin 7 to
Interest allowed on Desposiu at the rate
ui per tjenu per Annum.
Deposits received in amounts of
A 4 T
i ana upwards.
The DriTmla nmrwrtw rf tw iw... t
mhie to th dip.w.tora. Th officer ar pmbih,-
- uj n us monrn. Minors
and married women protected by special law.
" V- " cica:, rrmioent; Poa
c"hr. " Pr",c,'t5 & UtUiT,
1.T"I7'M;-S- W. Wherkx-k, Porter Skinner.
u. V- Hm?,wy- ' Si, Le, O. H. Kdwards
Hiram Darlinff A s Un.1,1 ' t i r .
f)wrVMa. m w n
H. HmonwayTV. Vitithnnl. " "
lTK M. I. l . x .
IsUcd iia,,,. Rc.
P. II. Maira, rrpst.
8. K Sjuth, ios.hw'1.
J. B. Kisuir, Trtaia.
SAFETY DEPOSIT CO.
1IRST NATIONAL BANK BCILDIVG
DAVENPOBT, ... IOWA.
TVrfVt hrrniuw(..l. .
ami fin. 'Vti. i.. vr"us "urrutrs. tfiloren
nil" lire witn Ha r4r and Burrlar-fn-.f
land Safes, In now inSrJ5 U Sr1
P....I. i .: hid vmorui ot tllo rtrnhT
E. h Mite cfliitaliis a tin box in which flinS
. .... ... iu.in. -s irav iiia; Men. or
are poine to travel, Uti is tlie ouly pli "f Vki
olute aateTy in the three cities tafyourMv
and other valuables. Chanp r"bw
flail Sr'noT' OUr VlUlta uUeU,er y Soa
H. J. KOm.FS. Cudodian.
f i3l 5aEKT wTOf H. Ko pnrrtout
SS:, reQOIred. Write for teeaTsI- ia
O U UlUvO A CO fcalaaaaaaaiteV:
DAVIS & CO,
A complete stock r.f
Pipe, Brass Gooda, Pa kjrii,
Hose, Fire Brick, Ktc
Sole Agents for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS ard
. SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10R
We guarantee every one perfect, ar,1 v '
Twenty day'a trial, to rtsponsib:.- ; ; i
Safety Heating Boilers and CVu.-a. ,
furnishing and layine Whttr,
1712 Pifc'-T . v
Rock I!ur.d 1 '.'
Telephone 1 14S. Rediictre it: .
CO a. WASH ft 3d AVE
From SO rears' experience in H
pital and Private practice is ei 1
to narautee radlcaK ores in M.
or po sonons d:seaes cf the .n
Ihr.iat, to-t, skin, kidn. t.: i
and kindred onrans. tirav'l an.-
turr enred witaoot pain or cn:i:!.-
Those who contemplate eot :
Hot hprinas for the trt atmoct of
pnvaie or M.tod disea-escan ht i .r
for one-third the cost.
I ADIFQ treatment i
,LMt"LO lovely coroplexmn. lr. .
from sa'lowness. freck'es, erni t-..i-elc,
brilliant e es ard perfect t.t-
can be had. t"Thal "tired f..
inz" and all feniaie weaknes pron.i--ly
cured. Mloatine, headaches. Nr
vons Prostrauon, and Meepiesc
" ' " TT,its, innammatKn ai t: i -i 1
Failing and oispiacements. Spinal w. -.
haneeof Life. Consult the old d.s
NERVOUS Fhr-fJ "
forebo.iinf, self-diMrat. impair, a v.
p'.latum of the heart, .imp!e . Hit ' i
before the KYK, nrein. in me . .- . -threatened
roiiompt ion and evert , - . . t
tkB thai rentiers m.nrnare imr.rr.iwr
SPhKKil.Y and FKKMA.XEN I l.V
BLOOD AND SKIN '..v' .
homhle in Its resott com pl.t, ly .
witbont th aseof merrorv icrvifB t v -!.
Fever so es. Blotches, PiTp.es i -in
Xkr Head and ttooes. hphiltie tv, T
Tousne. Uiandnlar enlargement ..f f. . .
lfV! "m-',c-'c",d"h-o,bh. -
RUPTURE 'ri,h', -
.. r.nrefroni hosiie-s
URINARY. rZ??ntir ','
cored in to t days h a local remetl. v
ed to any attdress free from obst rvatHo
pes fair Terms Cash. Book an t anrr ,1
15c. A fh.ndirtA.im.i.nmt..n..
HntHS: 1H i,n. a... a......
Sandav: iton. m.
w'n HISHEAPOLTS. .H
(Late of Ctccinnati. !...
Hai Permanently Lorat 1 :
. Ia the past two aionthshe has si:cc -; !
! r .:
of Che most arvere chararter
Snrh iuau. Tj . . x . .
mM aurumiti.iii. -
Scrofula, tla r- 1. ..... A. tv, . 1
avioneys, or of any of the secretory nr
all k.uda of Lung diseases or complies i
as Asthma. Br nchltiaor I'leorisv. A 1
nervous diseases raccessf ally trcaied .
Poelttr1v ..i.. .i 1 ..L
see of las knife or aaj o.eralioa wiiait . t iC
tVLossofltanbood, Seminal Wtl r - '
Errors of Youth, bosilivciy auo ieiii. 'ri
I 1 PoasttlTel y no case taken tlia:
"red. Oorrespondene accompa -it-
stamps prompllj answered
Cmce-McColloogtra New Flock
W. Third Street, near Ma n,
The Oreat Preneh Remedy for S
and Monthly Irregularities.
Ladiea CseLe Iac a Periodical Pi
claimed for them. To be ascdmoniltij l"rT ' i
box. i per box or three I oxes fori i. -Km"
PHI Co., royalty proprietors. Spencer, ! .
Pennine pill obtained of Otto KodeO.
Rock IaUnd, Jappe Co., lav,iwrt, sni
Dr. S. E. McCIJf
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