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TBJJ HOCK ISLAND AKGUS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1890.
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GEST'S FUNNY MAN.
The Unloa Scribe Drvpa From Poetry
Into Attempted Hamer With Had
The funny man of the Union was par
ticularly facetious this morning. Barring
the fact that he labored bard to evolve an
essay on punning, and In which he ac
complished the feat of making himself
almost understood, he simply got the
name of Mr. Qest before the public in a
humorous way. That was a piece of
honest work. The name of Mr. Qest
cannot be kept before the people, politi
cally, in any other than a humorous way.
And the humor of it lies in the fact that
he has the temerity to ask the people of
this district to send him back to Wash
ington. Uere Is a section of the great
state of Illinois, rich in agriculture, rich
in manufactures, rich in prospects, in all
that regards its material interests, and
yet it representative in congress is a non
entity. Neither in debate nor in political
activity has he advanced the interests of
this section one iota. His intentions
may have been good, but the lower re
gions, presided over by Pluto, are said to
be paved with the same material.
When demands are made in congress
for the iust rights of any' section those
demands are required to be backed up by
a vigor and intelligence and unceasing
efforts. Let us be fair. Is Mr. Qest the
man to do this work in congress? He is
wholly lacking in that mental acumen or
oratorical streugth requisite for such an
accomplishment. Has he not repeatedly
said that the speaker had been unkind to
biro, and consequently be could do noth
ing? Imagine a representative of all the
counties in this district standing timidly
before the members of the bouse waiting
to be patted on the shoulder and told to
proceed; ami after being patted on the
back and permitted to say something to
find himself unequal to the occasion, and
compelled to sit down! And this is the
kind of a representative the people of tl
Eleventh district bare been indulging so
I.-t it any wonder that the Union, man
endeavored to get up something funny
i Prrnllar Mult.
A suit involving some peculiar features
was filed in the district court at Daven
port yesterday. It is entitled "Belle
Baker vs. William II. Dunham." The
plaintiff claims from the defendant the
sum of 12,201, and for causes states that
prior to Jul, 1883, she wss in the era-,
ploy of defendant and bis wife as a ser
vant in Eldon. Ia. ; that the defendant was
a C, II. I. & P. engineer who was in Dav
enport every other night; that at the re
quest of defendant the plaintiff came to
Davenport and upon his verbal promise to
pay her w hate ver such services were worth
became bis housekeeper at this end
of bis run, in rooms rented by the
defendant. Plaintiff further states
that she ia wholly unpaid for such seven
years' services, and values them at ?2,
Urt). In addition to this she states that
during the past five years defendant has
borrowed various sums of money from
her aggregating $140. upon verbal prom
ise to pay ber; and that defendant pi'ed
Os?a upon Telion by selling certain fur
niture a chamber set, piHows and bed
clothing, dishes, etc. and jewelry which
belonged to plaintiff and were used in the
rooms occupied by defendant and herself,
appropriating the money to his own use.
The total figure of damages claimed is
thus made $2,201.
An Improved Mlrret Car Mervlre.
The following comes from the Chicago
Pout, and shows how much interest peo
ple over there take in the prosperity of
The Thomson Houston Electric com
pany, through Frederick Whitney Home,
representing its railway department, has
just closed a contract with (!. B. Holmes,
John J. Mitchell and E. Rnr-irlnarham
the Davenport & Rock Island Street
itaiiwaj company. ior me construction
and equipment of an electric street rail
way in Davenport. Iowa, Rock Island
and Moline, III. The amount involved
in the contract is 350XK. There
will be twenty miles of single
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iracfc bqu nve miles or double
track, containing more than sixty
curves; and 2.100 feet of track will be on
bridges, including 1,500 feet over the
government bridge. The overhead sys
tem will be employed, and the wires will
be carried over the draw bridge an tow
ers. The contract calls for fifty passen
ger cars, seven 100 -horse power genera
tors, two 350-horse power Corliss engines
and three 800 horso power Hazleton
boilers. Construction will begin at once
and will bo completed within 100 days.
The Thomson-Houston company' is
very jubilant over obtaining this con
tract, as they had to compete with the
Westingbouse and Edison companies.and
the entering of Mr. Holmes into it Is
considered evidence that he is convinced
of the advantages of the electric system
over all others for street railways ic
Labwr lay P.xearalaa.
The arrangements for the excursion to
Peoria under the auspices of the United
Workmen on Monday, Sept. 1, have as
sumed a definite form. A special train
on the Hock Island & PeorU railway has
been chartered which will leave here at
7:30 a. m. and reach Peoria at 10:30 and
over seven hours will be afforded to see
the sights. The train will leave Peoria
at 6 p. m. and get back here about 9:80.
Tickets for the round trip have been
placed at SI. 50 and will be on sale from
today at Carse & Co's. shoe store, and
Charles Oswald's grocery, and can also
be bad from members of the order. The
sale of these tickets will be limited, so
that each purchaser will be sure of a
seat, the object being to have a pleasant
trip rather than to make as much money
as possible. As soon as all the seats in
the cars haye been disposed of. all re
maining tickets will be absolutely with
drawn from sale. In Peoria there will be
a reception by the local workmen, a great
labor parade and demonstration will be
viewed, and the beautiful Sylvan park
and other places of interest about the citv
will be visited. It will be a great day
for all the participants.
23 John H. Mueller to Albert Knaus
ele, lot 20. block 2, Deabtlleins ad to
Moline, $&r0. -
Perry B Fisk to J G Aram, west 112,
P 7- blo 4, old town of Moline, $1,-
Philip Dingledine to Charles Dasso.
tS. 17, 18 and 19 10, 2w-
FlMb and the Independent Slave
The protest of Senator Plumb against
the republican tariff bill is 'more signifi
cant even than "Mr. Blaine's attack on it,
remarks the St. Louis Republic. Mr.
Blaine is indirect, tortuous, evasive. Mr.
Plumb is strong, muscular, direct, thor
oughly western in his methods of attack.
Mr. Blaine uses the stiletto from behind.
Plumb strikes "from the front with all his
force with a fence rail from a western corn
field for his weapon. Mr. Blaine is a far
abler man. but just now Mr. Plumb
stands for more. The whole agricultural
west is in a ferment of discontent with
the policy forced on the republican party
by Mr. Quay and carried out by Messrs.
Reed and McKinley in the bouse, and by
Messrs. Sherman and Hoar in the senate.
A great independent movement has been
inaugurated in western republican states.
The leaders of neither partyyet realize
its magnitude. The fact that it has ex
tended to the south, and that it is draw
ing in democrats there, makes both par
ties doubtful of it. The democratic
leaders have not yet perceived that, if
it is not antsgonized, it will work
everywhere in the democratic interest,
but Senator Plumb has felt its
pressure and is under the nereseity of
showing that he is both able and willing
to represent its demands. With f uch a
force behind him he has attacked the re
publican policv of taxation savagely. No
democrat has told harder truths of it than
be told in his senate speech of Friday.
He was far more radical than Mr. Butter
worth in the house, because he represents
a constituency that is at ouce radical a til
impatient that when it once makes up
its mind to move tramples dowu every
thing that opposes it.
That Mr. Plumb represented the great
masses of the western grain stales in his
attack on the policy of his party man
agers there can be no doubt. He has re
volted against' Mr. Quay's committee
which has dictated thus far the policy
of senate and house, as well as of the ad
ministration. He baa spoken for Kansas
and the west against the ruling class of
Pennsylvania and the east, and he has
spoken with true western directness and
aggressiveness. He will no doubt be si
lenced, but he has served notice for the
west which is in no mood for silence.
The independent movement which has
extended itself so widely in the western
grain states may be allowed to dissipate
its forces finally through faults of demo
cratic management, but in the meantime
it is spontaneous, aggressive, menacing.
Just now most of the politicians are at a
loss to interpret it, but it will interpret
i'self at the polls in November.
IsratU Is the Country.
The distressing news of the death of
Mart Richardson, the fourteen year old
son of Mr. David Richardson, of E leing
ton, reached the city last evening. Death
occurred at C a. m. from typhoid fever
The young man was greatly beloved and
a general favorite. The funeral nrcurretl
at two o'clock this afternoon, and the
following gentlemen went out in vehicle
to attend it: Aid. W. P. Tindall. Fred
Appelquist, B. Winter, John Tremann,
J. W. Ransom, Maj. Peardsley, Henry
Ehrhorn, John Smith, Wm. Gray and
Tfie K.Vht Sort of Girl.
Her Father You want f-V What for?
She Well, I expect that Dear Charliu
will propose frvnitrht. I know 1 hasn't
any money, so 1 want to be prepared to
iena nim me pn-e or n engagement
ring. Lawrence American.
First Dodo Why, old chawpie. what's
me mattan ion look all rnistwnng.
Second Dude So I am. Mp slioc
stwings have come untied! Burlington
"My wife is the qneeu of tho tea ta
ble." "And she never reigns but she pours."
New York Sun.
Ttarsa Harvest Ixcuruoni
The Burlington Route, C. B.&.Q. U
R., will sell from principal stations on its
lines, on Tuesday, September 9 and 23,
and October 14, harvest excursion t'ekets
at half rates to points in the farming re
gions of the weat, southwest and north
west. For tickets and further inform
tion concerning these excursions, call on
your nearest C. B.?fc Q. ticket agent, or
address P. S. Eustis, Gen l. Pass, and
Ticket Agent, Chicago. III.
DMfnait Can't bs Cnr.d
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased 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
bearing, and when it is entirety closed
deafness is the result, and unless the in
flammation can ' be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever. Nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrh,
which 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 for circulars, free.
F. J. Chemst & Co., Toledo. O.
tySold by druggists, 75c.
"Love will come in love's own time,"
warbles a poet. Love reminds us so much
of a hotel waiter.
In the pursuit of the gooa things of
'his "world we anticipate too much; we
eat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results obtained from the use
rtt Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
11 claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
itomacu, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a sure cure for ague and
malarial diaeaaes. Price, SO cents, of
Boys should be seen , and not heard
says the adage, but when they are
L !. lit a. .....
wDisuing Duoys mey should be heard
whether they are seen or not.
The man who tells von rnnfldon .
tially just what will cure your cold is
prescnoing a.emp-8 ualsam this year. In
the preparation of this remarkahla mpitL
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 bricht r.lar Innk-
then compare with other remedies. Price
SHE WEABS TOUSEKS.
A WOMAN WHO HA J NOT HAD A
DRESS ON IN FIFTEEN YEARS.
Iter Husband Complained That Her
, Clothe Cost Too Much, and She Re
solved Never to Wear Skirt Aeain -It
Is No Jenness Miller Basinets with Her.
"Say, what kind of rieople are those
folks on the ranch about three miles
back? " asked a dusty stre nger as he drove
Into San Pablo. ,
"There are lots of ranehes three miles
back," answered a residei t.
"well. I'll tell you wtir, Happened to me
and maybo you'll know the place. I was
driving aloiitf about a I die this side of
Pinole and I saw somenouy in a rime
jumper shoveting jnatlntide the fence by
the roadside. He didn't p y any attention
to mo and landed a shovel ful of dirt rlj;ut
in front of my horse. The horse reared
back, and as soon as he got quiet I started
in to curse the shoveler. lie didn't pay
any attention to that and I got out to lick
'Well, I didn't do it. That fellow just
looked into my face, anil if it wasn't a
woman I'll eat a house and lot. She jvore
trousers and a juniper and a mau's hat,
and she was spading up tbe soil In great
shape; but her long hair van flying about
her bead and her face was is placid as any
grandmother's you everm !t.
"She wasn t a prize tieauty by any
means, but well, you can fancy how a
fellow would feel after swearing and jump
ing out of a buggy to lick a woman."
"Oh, that was Mrs. Krei er. She always
dresses that way," said the resident. "I
thought everybody in thise parts knew
SHK USED TO WEAK DttESSES.
Mrs. Kreiiierhas lived on a ranch on the
San Pablo road for over tlf een -years, and
during that time she una never worn the
ordinary apparel of woman. So accus
tomed have tho people of that vicinity Ih-i-oine
to her and her strange dress that
they no longer notice it.
Still, Mrs. Kreigcr is no woman s right
apostle, nor advocate of dt ess reform. It
is doubtful if she ever even heard of Mrs.
JennoNS Miller or Mrs. Hloo ner, and if you
mentioned Ijidy Ilubbe.rton or the divided
skirt to her she would not 1. now what you
were talking about.
Up to fifteen years ago Mrs. Kreiger
wore skirts and dresses lik j any other of
her sex. Indeed, it appear that she had
more of them, and that they were of more
varied forms, textures and colors than ar
usually possessed by farmer i' wives.
It was shortly before the change in her
manner of dressing that she married Wil
liam Kreiger, a thrifty German farmer and
a widower, and went to livts with him on
For a while there was absolute peace and
concord rietwcen them, but ic did not bust.
Mrs. Kreiger had just laid in her winter's
supply of tea gowns, walking dresses and
dinner toilets, not to mention some ducks
of wrappers, and pretty soon the bills be
gan to come in.
Crojw bad not Iteen all they might have
been, potatoes had gone down an eighth of
a cent a pound, anil an epidemic of pip had
swept over the poultry yard.
llEK TER1UBLE Vl W.
Krcisrer did not mind paying f for a
poem of red silk, and apeag-een deml-toi-Ift
for $13 did not shake him, but when one
after another the .accounts fur yellow calico,
hluo gingham aud other tokens of vanity
and pride were rendered he began to grow
gloomy and taciturn, to lose his appetite
and sleep uneasily. Itut it was not until
the returns from the milliters camo in
that lie complained. After, however, giv
ing the price of three spring chickens for a
darling of a bonnet, and a whole sack of
turnips for a mere spot of a st 'aw hat, with
some ribbons and other fixings on it, he
ventured to expostulate.
Ho told how the Mrs. Kreiger that had
been had worn the Minn calico dress for
Sundays two years, and how the same
dress bad served as sf-ond 1 est for a like
space, and then lasted at leavt a like time
to work in, and that there w as even then
enough to make over for the 1 ttlegirl. Ho
pointed out bow the paragou t liat had tieen
wore. tliusam) hat she had hen he mar
ried her during all tho years i f their wed
ded life, and bad never breath, d a demand
Mrs. Kreiger stood it meekly for a while.
Then she blazed out and d flared that
since he was so stingy about it she would
not give Kirn any more chance to complain
about her dresses. Then fho made a
dreadful vow never to wear dresses again.
And she hasn't.
The bright lined garments vere packed
away in two trunks, and they are there yet.
Tho Kreigers are well off now. They
have a fine ranch of eighty or c ne hundred
acres and money in bank. Mor who know
them say that Kreiger is worth at least
t30,0i0. Mrs. Kreiger during all these
years has kept house and helied on the
farm, in men's garments. Her usual cos
tume is a duck "jumper" and a pair of her
hnsliand's woru out trousers.
TUCK TO HKU RESOLVE.
She is not proud and works in the field
as well as her husband. Naturally shodoes
not go into society much. In fact she, is
rather retiring. She has few if any visit
ors, and never goes to town. When she
wants tho butcher or any other trades
man to call for an order sho I angs out a
flag ou the road. This signal t hey all un
derstand and drive dowu to tie bouse to
And what is wanted.
A reporter drove out to tie Kreigor
ranch the other day. It is al out a mile
from Pinole, on the left side of the road.
The farm houso is back several hundred
feet from the highway, an vvenue bordered
by poplars leading from the toad to the
door. Tho house is a little whits cottage.
The place is not particularly tidy and there
appeared to be nothing living alout It bnt
a vicious little yellow dog. Just inside the
doorway, however, a strange ligura was
seated. It was Mrs. Kreiger.
She appeared to be aliout 4.1 years old,
and was engaged in some knitting or simi
lar work. She wore her customa y jumper
and a pair of trousers patched l n various
places with pieces of grain bags.
She was not disturbed at all by the visit,
bnt merely ran her hand through her
tousled hair anil indicated that she did not
Whether she, could not, or merely did not
care to, she did not, and presently she went
about her housework without e en a sec
ond look at her visitor.
The neighbors aay they have fi-exjuently
expostulated with her for her outlandish
garb, hut she only answered that, sho had
made her vow and did not propose to break
It. San Francisco Examiner.
A Matter of Taste.
Miss Calumet (from Chicago) Did you
notice Mr. liristle's collar butto i at the
ball, Mr. Cleverton?
Clevcrton Oh, yes.
Miss Calumet I thought it was- in such
good taste. Clothier and Flnishei.
All the World to IIIhi.
"Georsre." asked tho awpef vmm
thing, "George, how far in it anmul tho
"Just alKut nineteen inches," replied
George. "St-o, my arm goes ni ound it
without any trouble." La wrent e Amer
A Snhject He Was Familiar With.
Professor (to yonng farmer applying
for matriculation) What do you know
Young Farmer I know sho do if she
gets into deep enough mud.-'-Yeno-wine's
Ton Taka no Risk
In buyine Hood's Harsapanlla, for it ia
everywhere recognized as tbe standard
building up medicine and blood nurifler.
It has won its way to the front by its own
intrinsic merit, and has tbe lsrgest sale
of any preparation of its kind. Any
nonest druggist will confirm thui State
ment. If you decide to take Hood's Bar
sapsrilla do not be induced to buy any-,
thing else instead. Be sure to get Hood's.
The United States On j'oon
Investigation of Baling Powders,
.Made under authority of Congress by the Chemical Division of the
Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C, and recently completed,
Shows the Royal Baking Powder
to be a cream of tartar baking pow
der of the highest quality, superior
to all others in strength, leaven
ing power, and general usefulness.
The Royal Baking Powder is thus distinguished by the highest expert
offici i! authority" the ' loading Raking Powder of the world.
The Crown dining ball. No. 1708 Sec
ond avcuue, is now ready ti furnish you
the best meal in the city for 25 cents.
Concert and dancing every Saturday
evening, with good music at Joseph Hu
ber's garden on Moline avenue. . Every
other day in the week eicept Saturday
the garden is to let. '
$50,000 to loan on real estate security,
in sums of f?00 and upward, at lowest
current rate3 of interest, without com
mission. E. V. Hurst. Attorney at
law, Rock Island.
Farmer (making for a fence, chssed by
a mad bull): It's a toss up which reaches
the fence first.
To Nervoas Dnbihtated Ken.
If you will send me your address wc
will mail you our illustrated pamphlet
explaining all about Dri Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
their charming eiTects upon tho nervous
debilitated system, and how they will
quickly restore you to vigor, manhood
and health. Pamphlet free. If you are
thus afflicted, we will send you a belt and
appliances on a trial.
Voltaic Uei.t Co.. Marshall, Mich.
No, Clarindt, the fellow who plays in
a brass hand is not called a handit, hut
he ought to be.
Encaaragt ment far the Fe ble.
So lon a the failing emSers of vitality are
capable of Iwing re-kimllcd into a warm suit
ei-nial clow, just o lona thi're in hop- for Ihr
weak iiml emarlateil iovlnl. tiet him not,
thett fore, dc.poiiil, hut iteriTc enconraci'nifht
from thin anil from the further fan that incro In
a rrstoritive mot potent In renewini; the
diUptiltiti-tt iowfrti of a hroken ilowa Hyti'm.
W, th-ink to it nnpTAmpteJ to ic virtue,
lto.ettern Stomach Hitter 1 daily rrviviiur
Mrvni'th in the ooilte and hope. In the inindi of
the feehle and nrvon. Appetite. refre.liina
leep, the arquiKition of flesh and color, aro
hleiii2 altendant upon the lepamtlve pro
" which thN prieelei'S Invipirant speedily
initiates and carrt-! la a parcefut ronrmtioii.
lliirestion in rei-tored, the blood fertilized and
oti.-tenanre afforded to each lire-iiMaiiiing arjsu
by the Kittens whirh it inoffensive even to the
femitvne palate, vetfetaule in competition, and
thoroughly cafe. I'se tt, and regain vieor!
Five Room Cottages.
2?x2S, with kitehen addition and riss
tern, on Thirty-seventh street, for sale,
on monthly payments. E II.GrvEK.
a rtxicc CO -'c"
if K Sold bYall
A,K FOR TmE.CEMUIHR
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM
WHEN YOU ARE READY
to boy a piano-forte or ftnran.be tt new or Mmnd
tund taMtrument, jnu will commit your own beet in
XtmA b witting no f,ir temw and prime.
Your own einnienee will tell jru that tt la alwava
afe to do bnnoena with a bnaee of eetabUahed rann
tatun and when mi alen Inarn Uut auch a honee eel la
irooda at the lowkkt pkices. qnalitr ontnuderrd. and
on the aaaieat terms, jnu have all the better raaeon
for plaeinit your order with it. We aell the beet in
etramenta in the market at the loweet prioea and have
pianoa to auit all taatea and pomes.
Our exhibit includes each makes aa
The Peerlesn Kna.be, The Artistic K reefer,
Tkn l..ul. VlMhaw.
The New Kiutlaad mud Pease Ptaaae.
tbr particular call on or vriu
Promptly and neatly executed by the ojmus Jo
VSpeelal attention paid to Commercial v ork
Cheapest and bet place In the paper for
"Wants." "Lost," "Sale" and 'Kent notices.
Only one-half cent a word. Everybody reads this
column. Try It.
healthy location-V&JO Fourth avenue. 13-51
SEtXJN'IMlANU FUKNITITKK. bounht. sold
or exchanged. Money loaned or Furniture
stored at Southeast corner Perry and Third Mia.,
FOR BALK VALUAHLR I'ATKNT Im
provement on Kiel atom. Mrw in oicntton at
Star Finixhini; Works, Hamilton St., l'hilada.
Pa; preserves life and limb; for fall H.rlienlars
apply to ROUT J. WALKER, Inventor.
WANTKD-A COMPETENT Xl'KSK MUM.
at least 1? years of age. Enquire "II. K."
WANTED. A LADY TO MAN AMB A
Hranrh ofllce, at her own home, for tbu Fa
mous Female Specific "Oranw Lily"; a splendid
opportunity ; address with stamp. The Dr. Coon
lev Medical Institute. South Bend Did.
WANTED GENERAL STATE AtiKNT To
opeu ht adinarters in some principal city,
assume exclusive control i f our hu-ilief and ap
point local ami sub-agents lu every city in the
state; eoods well known, staple as flour. In uni
versal demand, and pay a n.t i rofit of SO to ital
percent. Address TUB UNION COMPANY.
741 Broadway, New Y'ork. 25
J. M. I5EAI;SLKY,
ATTORNEY AT LA W Office with J. T. Ken
worthy, 175 Second Avenue.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ofllce in Hock Island
National Bank Building Rock Island, 111.
. D. 8WKKNET.
C. U WALK I a.
SWI EXEY k WALKER,
ITTORXKYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
I Office in Bemrstou tilock. Rock Irland, III.
MtE.MRY k MoE.MRY,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on pood
security, make collections. Reference, Mitch
ell A Lynde. hankers, office In Postothre block.
THE DAILY AUKl'S.
FOR SALE EVERY EVENING at CramptoD'g
News Stand. Five cents per copy.
I)RS. RUTHERFORD k RUTLER, -
n RADIATES OF THE ONTARIO VETERNA
llry colleff. Vclernary Physicians ami Snreeons.
Oulce: Tindall's Livery stable; Residence: Over
Alters Hakery, market square.
To sell our goods hv sample to wholesale and re
tail trade. We are the largest manufacturers In
our line. Liberal salary paid. Permanent posi
tion. Money advanced for wages, advertising,
etc For rerms address
CSNTENNIAt. MFQ. CO., Chicago, III.
LOUIS K. GILLSON & CO.,
procured. Increase all other soldiers' claims
prosecuted. Wrtle ns about your ease. Room 4,
Metropolitan block. I bicao, lit.
WM. 0. KULP.D. D,S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms W, T, 28 and W,
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT. IA.
J. M. GASPAKD,
Library Building. Davenport, Iowa, Call for
estimates and see work before going to Chicago.
CHAS. R. WHEELAN,
Undertaking and Embalming
Dimlck Block. No. 808 aith St.. Iiock Island.
Having purchased a complete line of Undertak
ing goods, with hearsu and anpiiartennces, and
having seenred the services of Mr. Ueo. E. Reed,
of Chicago, an expert funeral director and em
banner of IS years experience, I am fully pre
pared to (marantic satisfaction.
Telephone 11 lit.
After 82 years experience In teaching Instru
mental Music, I will promise yon more theory with
lese lessons for the least mouey of any teacher to
under nnr supervision, mven each juvenile pupil.
Teachers will save money to order their Music
Books of ns. One-third off of marked price on
Sheet music to every one. Leave enters, naming
author, at my music rooms, 1401 Second avenue.
We make a specialty of teaching inexperienced
teachers bow to teach.
Addresa me at 1406 Brady St., Davenport, la.
MnMJ. C. A. NEUKKER. .
PNJlnflCli yB Pao carefully and
UaliallUEL I'"P Freight FREK
wilHIIUki 1 1 of CHARGE to purcha
sers, on nil CASH orders during our 30
DAV8" 8PE0IAL PRICE SALE.
Call or send for circular containing
i iw uiot marvelous mrva or Consninn-
Kezvma, syphilis, Khenmatism, Cat
arrh, Tumors. Htomaeh Troublt. etc.,
t.' a IAJM IIS A !... n . i
Airentaarantedeverywliere. tiDllll III Iiml KILLIs
iU., br. Itssraara aaa aaaSH alrsst, CUItaWU, 114,
g EE RIFF'S SALE.
l!y virtne of an execution and fee hill No. (VTi,
Issued out of the clerk's ofllce of the circuit court
of Iiock Island county, in tbe state of Illinois,
and U me directed, whereby I am commanded to
make the amount of a certain juditment recently
obtained aeaiust Adam Alday In favor of Lena
Peterson, oat of the lands, tenements, goods and
chattels of the said defendants. I have levied
npon the following property, to-wit :
Lot five (!) In block four tl in the town of East
Rock Island, tn the city of Moline, in section
thirty-one, in township eighteen, (is), north
range one (I west of the fourth (4ih principal
meridian. In tbe county of Rock Island and statu
Therefore, according tosaid command T shallox
I one for sale at public auction all tbe rifht, title
and inu-rest tit the above named. Adam Alday. in
and to the above described property, on Monday,
the 1st day of September, A. !., lSyo, al 1(1
o'clock a. m , at the north door of the court house
in the city of Rock Island, in the county of Rock
Island and state of Illinois, for rash in hand, to
satisfy sals execution and fee bill.
tinted at Rock Island thic 9th dsv of August,
A. U. 1S90. T. S.SILVIS,
Sheriff of Rock Island counir. Illinois.
Uy virtue of an execution and fee bill No. fiT.il.
lMued out of the clerk's office of the rirruM
ooiirt of Rock 1-lnnd connty. and state of Hlinc.i-,
and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to
make tbe amonnt of a certain judgment r. cently
obtained atrainpt Adam Alday, in favor of
Rock Inland county, out of the lands, ti nemeiits,
goods and chattels of the said defendant. Adam
Alday, I have levied upon the following prop
Lot one (1) in block one. (1). In Adam Aldav's
rer nd ?nd) addition to East Rock Inland, m the
city of Moline. iu the connty of Rock Island i.nd
state of Illinois,
Therefore, according to said command. I shall
expose for sale, atpub.ic auction, all the rtt-ht.
title and Interest of the above named Adam
Alday iu and to the above described property, on
Monday tbe 1st dav of September. Inyo, at 11 o'clock
a. m , at the north door of the Court house in ihe
city of Rock Island, in the county of Rock I'land
and state of Illinois, for cash ia hand, to satisfy
said execntion and fee bill.
Ihite'd at Rock Island, this P'h dav of Angnst,
A.D., 1. T. . rtLVl.
Sheriff of Rock Island eountv. Illinois.
8TATE OF ILLINOIS. 1
Roca IsLaMD Comrrv, 88
To the September Term A D. 1S90, Circuit Court,
Adsline Barrick, complainant, vs Maggie Roth,
llattie Roth, defendants Foreclosure.
To the above named defendant. Untie Roth:'
Notta e is hereby given, that tbe above named com
plsinant has this day nled iu sild court her bill or
complaint aiiainst yon and tbe other defendant,
thai a summons in chancery has b, eu issnrd there
in auainst yon. directed to the sheriff of said
county, returnable to the September term. A. D.
l!tt. of said court, to be beiriin at the court house
in the city of Rock Inland in said county, on the
first Monday in September. A I. 1S90, at which
time aud place yon will appear and plead, answer
or demur to said hill
Rock Island, Illinois. .Inly 0nd. 190.
OKOROS VV. OAMKLB. Clerk.
JancaoN & HcKT, Compl'ts Sol'rs.
Estate of Susan A, Schnetl, Deceased.
The noiiersigned having N-en a; pointed execu
tor of the last will and testament of Susan A
Schnell, late of the county of Hock Island, sta'e
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he
will appear before the couniy court of Rock Island
county, at the office of tbe clerk of said court, iu
'he city of Rock Island, at the October term, on the
first Monday in October next at which time all per
sons having claims against said estate are notified
and requested to attend, for the purpne of hav
ing the same adjusted. All persons Indebted
to said estate are requested- to make Immediate
pavment to the undersigned.
Dated ibis asth day of July, A. T) . IMo.
28d3w WM. SiUSELIs Kxecutor.
NOTICK VO EltcOTRIO LlGHT Con
tractors. Sealed proposals will be received at the city
clerk' office. Rock Island, 111., until 5 p. m. Sep
tember 1, 10. for licbtlnv the streets of the city
with electricity. The light to he of standard
i.OtiO caudle power, to the nnmbcr of one hun
dred to one hundred and twenty lights, susp. ti
ded on street intersections on poles or mast arms.
The term of con ract to h for three years from
Hecember 1, lSsl. Bonds Id the sum ofi:.(i)
Two thousand dolla-s will be required for the
fiithfnl performance of tbe contract.
Plans and specifications can be seen at the city
The city reserves the neht to reject any and all
bids. ROBKRT KOKHI.ER. Citv Clerk.
Dated Rock Island, III. , August ?, 1K90.
-H4S IHV1NTKD A-
which does Its work in a thorough manner.
t thorouphlv nnrifiea the air and nmnv
all ohnoxious smells. For aale at Kmil Koebler'a
Pkice 60 Cents per Bottle.
R. R. TICKET
(Member American Ticket Brokers Ass'tn) -
Reduced Rates to ail Points.
OFFICE In Adama Express Office under ,
SOLE AGENT FOB
The Pop Mfg Co.'s Bicycles. Ladles aud
Children's Bicycles a specialty.
Uercer County Goal,
The cheapest ever known
$2 25 Per Ton for Cash.
Will also contract bfumiah Tile and Brick for
sidewalks and do general haulllng. office oppo
site St. Joseph's church. Second avenne.
. Telaphona b3t. T. H. ELLIS.
Pocket Match Hafa Free to Smokers of
-Proprietgr of the
Cor. Third avenne and Eighth street,
Has opened with an entire stock of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Flour, Feed, Etc
CyFresh Farm Frodnce always on baud
Mr. Kmart desires a renewal of bis old trade and will try aud give patrons j.rii , - ,? !r. ...
Practical Tile anfl Brick M Layer.
Resedence 819 Twenty-first 8t. Yard near 8t. Paul I .f t .
Rock Island, 111.
fVKstlmatei fumlfbed for any kind
Manufacturer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
tlent-' Fine Shoes a specialty. Repairing done neatly and promptiv
A share of your patronage respectfully solicited.
1618 Second Avenue. H k I-
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 2Cir6 Fifth Avi-niit-, l)t k .Xsh
19 New stole, new utock, the beiit good" at the lowest prices. A P hart of dmm.i. -
THE MOLINE SAVINGS BANK
(Charted by the Leelelatore of Illinois.)
MOLINE, - ILLS.
Open daily from 9 A. M. to S P. H , and on Toes
day and Saturday Evenings from 7 to
Interest allowed on Des posits at the rate
of 4 per Cent, per Annum.
Deposits received in amounts of
$1 and Upwards.
SKCTJRlTT AND ADVANTAGE.
The private property of tbe Trnrtees is respon
sible to the depositors. The officers are pronihl
ted from horrownit: any of its moneys. Minora
and married worn- a protected bv special law.
OFFirn:e). W. Wbekihtc, President; Poa
tirskimkbh. Vice President ; C. Y. BcacawaT,
Tarsnasr S. W. TTheelnct, Porter Skinner,
f " H.-menway.J Sllan Ieaa, O. fl Sdwarar,
Hiram I inrlii.tz, A. S. W rteht, J. S. Keator, L.
II. Hetneuaay, '. Vitethom.
fWl iH- only chartered darings Bank is Rock
F. H. Mti.t.En. rmt.
8. KSiuru. Vii-e-l'rM-'t.
K H. Hvv. S,v'r.
J. i. KlM.Mi, l ieua.
SAFETY DEPOSIT CO.
KI1WT NATIONAL. BANK liCILniNO,
DAVENPORT, - - - IOWA.
Trf.t prnteetiiHi a-.inst l.urvlnrs, thieves
mill nr.- with iis I ne niui ltuivl:ir -lT.f
anlts unit Sifi-s. is now iircpared: to rent
S:ile in its wilts, with i-iihor coint.inatian or
ki-v na-ks. 'I lie lin k of tliew tmU ar al!
liftrttit, and muter the eoutrol of tlip rent-r
K-u-h h.hii -.iil.uin a tin Ih iu nliieh to j.l.-e
v:ilii:ibles-jut hii'Ii M.-eoimn.l:;tioii as are
v.iiiie.l by AdniiiiiMmtiH-H, Kxeititorn, inril
Ijiiih, t'upitalists, M.irricl r Single Woim-n
liiriin-rs, Mcchiinics, Tmvolinu M.-n, or
Stniiim rs, lutvlitir :iln:ildes. I rivste retiring
rooms for the ..iiiiiii.;liin of punrrs, !.
Nib-sin all tii.-s, r:uiu'iii.' inr.n.f, .-r niinunil
from Threa IMUirs l to Tliiny IKillurs. ao
eor.liii)' to xi7r ami lomtiim. AI-o, Stoniiw
K.witn for pa-kag.- tx.e or trunki. jf you
are guitiir to tntvel, this is the only td;i. f ab
solute sjifoty in tho three eitb-s for y.Mir silver
and other valuables. Cli.inre- reasonable.
Call ami see our Vaults, whether you desire a
Sale or not.
M. J. ROHLFS. Custodian.
-ALL KINDS OP-
Cast Iron Work
done. A specialty of furnishing all kinds
of Stores with Castings ot 8 eenta
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
John Volk & Co.,
SHh, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring.
and all kinds of wood work for buiMars,
Eighteenth bet Third and Ponrth ave.,
J. M. BUFORD.
Tfca mU Plrs and Time trtaa t
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
s lav a. aay raUaal eosapaay asm .
aw paHwaaga Ml
DAVIS & CO,
A complete stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc
Sole Agenta for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS
SIGHT FEED LUBRICaW
We guarantee ercry one perfect s?,,l 'i
Twenty day's trial, to reepoi.-.i.v'i r. ss.
Safety Heating Boilers and ('i.r,trw ,-,r,
furnishing and laying Water. B4" '
1712 P.T Av
Kork Islnnd. r!:5r',;.
Telephone 1H8. Residence !,!,. i , '
Old and well-known
of Tile or Brlrk In tbe market. I aj t .
walkr a specially.
Dr. S. E.
(Late of Clr.ciiin a:, 1
Has Permanently LiM aiiis
In the past two monih- he Iw - . ' T
of tbe most aevere : :
Such diseases aa Khentnii - -. t- . v
Scrofula, Heart-disase. n e-' ' '
kidneys, or of any of the secret-rv
all k.nda of Lnne diea- or rur.; :-- r
asAthma, Br nctiti" or iMim-v A , . : -nervoas
diseases SDceefnilv tr -.'
Positively and permanent!-ci:r. :. '
nse of the knife or any oierat;oh a' : ,ir L1
l Lose of Manhood. SeniHiM" tt". m-: -Errors
of Youth, positively a::.: ."- '"'
t& I'ossl'lvely no case tak.r, "
Cured. Corresiiondence acc m; '.n
stanps promptly answered
Office McOnllougb's New Flock
W. Third Slrett, mar V- n.
NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT.
Sp-vitV frtr flrrtrTl., fit . - -
(ahrr-sa, MntvO ar-irtmion S1i flii.' "'1 .
FMtfiHjf in lUMtnitv nl UMMimt; i- vm 1 "
ttfstih. Pn'msiiin u,t Arf, iirviiiM - i -
intHiher wt. lnvoluniar l-on-.. .i-.-i r"'
pmimsI tr orer-kt-ton t ih
ArMnJiilirptuv ti h to roniii- -
"x" fl timt, or i ir f . n M i ' '"'
Uith h ordtr f.r tix lnxt - 1 ""L
truju-uii lo refi.n.1 moih-v it f"- ?'' '
iarmnt4Wi u-o-d aHiinnmrk
UARTZ A IsAH-KV
Drarslfit. Sole AntK. corner Third v.rt.B1
Twenttetii UreU Hack Ittl&od, 111.
amnre wotut mate s bitch a
ana apeeay en re. vkrikt tn r ' , ; .
",derattriBkerorailaletholiewrr-ti 1 1 1Z
!!.. It opwaies ao auietlr and iti V
taintv that the patient nndrreoe. no 1 ' r';,
and ere he is aware, his enniplie r
elleoted. 48 pace book of particular fr .
Marshall Fisher and T. H. Th. :.!-- iff
gista, hock Island, III.
The Great French Bemedr for :;,'ir'"
and Monthly Irrepnlarit:es. ,
Ladies Use Le Due s Periodical Pi!', ef r-
France; irnaranteed to accomplifli 1
claimed for them. To be used monih 1 t
tiecnlisr to women Full directii't " j
box. t per box or three I oxen for I A:,'r ;r
Pill Co., royalty proprietors. Spencer, I , .
Pennine pill obtained of nm ku.Kr I--"";.;
It L. I -I . . .'i.l "
WK 1PIBUU, jifiic a W.t L'M itup-'
Imtmnm m. yiI1i&im trlnIrtl i
Ftg is a.Vi.rwlplrJ
tbe lea. line e" ' - .
; Uoatorrliei a
j. . .t mn.i
i i.reiiii j
atrsaibv sate in wm"1"-"
THt tnt Cut !" ' f-o In alt ffti rt.-r.-ry.
aw a. cir- iil
D HMtfES GOLDEN SPECIFIC
It rmm be (tree, tn m rmp fr mr ' ;".
elea mf Iwi without the lnoMf ot th' l:ir.U,
Bflcvuvv. ll MkbMluulv harmbMin'i - - r .
r 1 TT f3 i".rwM
l..Ika Vit l
I 1 1i' atTakli 1 1 .st m )
H& fk.RU CHKMICA1.COm MllB?.xCw
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