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THE ANIMATED SPHINX.
How Ir. ( Aerotnpllshe Wsatrn
for the Workincmrn.
i It was the standing boast of the adher
ents of Mr. Gest that should he be re
turned to congress the eightvhour law
would receive his attention, and that
those most nearly interested in this sec
tion should have their claims speedily al
lowed, and that the money which they
honestly earned should be forthcoming.
This phase of the question was continus
ally harped upon, and a reiteration in a
good many cases brought conviction, and
Mr. Gest derived the benefit by receiving
the ballots of those who had faith in the
statement. Did Mr. Gest believe that be
had the ability to do as he promised, or
do what his friends had promised for
him? Those who voted for him upon
that principle must have thought that Mr.
Gest would have proved himself a power
in Washington. At least, they mu9t have
believed that this matter above all others
would receive careful attention, and a
beneficial measure would be promptly
On last Saturday there vss an extended1
discussion in the house upon this very
bill. Members from various and widely
differing sections of the union warmly
entered into its merits. The prevailing
sentiment was that stk'h a bill should be
passed, or at leasome 'measure for the
relief of the workmen should bo provided
by congress. The whole question .whs
fully entered into. There wore those who
strongly opposed the pending bid upon
legal grounds, and an amendment was
offered by Mr. Brewer, of Michigan,
which virtually defrauds the workmen of
their just and equitable rights. During
all this lengthy discussion what did Mr.
Gest have to say ? What did he say upon
the amendment offered by Mr. Brewer,
whioh actually killed every bencflt that
might otherwise have arisen from the
billT What did ho say when Mr. Chip
man, of Michigan, said that he would
probably vote for the bill because it was
the only measure he would have an op
portunity of voting for, but that it was
about as feeble a remedy as could possibly
be proposed for the grievance sought to
be redressed. And when the sure gen
tleman offered the statement that the lin
g'lage was very carefully drawn to preveot
it from being efficient, what did Mr.
Gest say? And what did Mr. Gest say
when ?his same gentleman argued tbtt the
bill was a mere make-shift, and that it
held out a promise to the claimants un
der it, which in the end would prove to
be a delusion and a snare and wbieh
would never result in any actual benefit;
and when Mr. Cbipman offered a remedy
that would he highly effective to the
workmen, did Mr. Gest say a word one
way or the other? When Mr. Chipman;
sid that the men might live for a century
and not one dollar would they receive
under that bill, what was said by our rep
reseniauve? Ana this is the feast toi
which we are inviting these workmen.
This is the balm we are offering to their
wounds. This is the remedy which we
provide for their grieyance, said the
Michigan representative, concluding that
the bill was "a good enough Morgan un
til after election," but that it meat., noth
ing; it will do nothing and in his judg
ment it was never meant to do anything
And during all this time, during all
this fervent eloquence when the question
was gone into minutely, and the objec
tionable features of the bill were dwelt
upon, Mr. Gest, if he was present in the
house at all. sat there like the sphinx,
perhaps twiddling his thumbs, and
offering not a word. This is the man
who it was supposed by a few would
tear a passion to tatters if ever he got on
the floor of the house in the interest of
the workingman. This is the man who
was CHger for the fray, and who sniffed
the battle afar the modern swashbuckler
who gloried in opposing force, and who
only needed the opportunity to subdue
his enemies. There he sat weak and si
lent, and like Bob Acres, his courage
"oozinj; out of his fingers' ends." He
did not even get as far as "Mr. Speaker;'
he did not make the attempt.
The prowess of Mr. Gest will be found
in his eloquent silence.
The fw Melon.
The Muscatine NewTribune tells of a
new and luscious melon just offered in
the market. It is described as being "in
digenous to a warmer latitude, but grows
vigorously on the island soil, maturing
about as early as other melons. It has a
delicious flayor, not unlike that of the
tropical fruit from which its name is de
rived and by many is liked better than
either the watermelon or muskmelon.
The product is of good size, solid and one
is enough for a family to feast on. The
largest are from 15 to 24 inches long and
four or five inches through and in ap
pearance resemble a large cucumber or
gourd. They haye been raised by a few
of the Island gardeners for several years
for their own use and not until this season
have any been offered in the market. The
superior quality of the banana melon
promises to create a big demand for it
and it will only be a short time before it
ranks among the staple and profitable
products of the island."
In commenting upon the advantages of
the proposed canal an exchange says:
"Distance counts for but little in the
expense of grain shipments in the vast
bulk possible by vessel. One cargo will
equal hundreds of carloads, while rates
for carriage are only nominal in compar
ison. With a ship canal leading from
Lake Michigan into the Mississippi river,
grain can be shipped from Chicago to the
sea and thence to almost any port in the
world for less than it now costs to send it
by cars across one or two states, and this
great natural highway will he a perpetual
check upon the greed of railway monop
oly. The completion of the Hennepin
canal will be one of the greatest events of
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SUIT FOR DOWER RIGHT.
lanpwrtawt FrweeedlBKS) VoaeFrnla
IHoline Property A Prominent 91 m
later's Widow the Plaintiff.
Mrs. Caroline Thompson, widow of the
late Rev. James Thompson, one of the
pioneer ministers of this country, has,
through her attorney, George W. Wood,
demanded her dower in fifty-two acres of
Moline property, being the east half of
the southeast fractional quarter (north of
the Indian boundary line) of section 81,
township 18, north of range 1 west. This
suit has reference to all that portion of
the city of Moline west of Seventh street,
south of Third avenue and north of the
Indian boundary line. The Indian boun
dary line is less than 200 feet north of the
portion of Tenth avenue, that city, which
is laid out as an avenve, but is not quite
parallel with that avenue, dipping suffi
ciently to the south to make the point
where the line strikes the western city
limits just about on a line with Tenth
avenue produced west. This Indian
boundary line runs through the old
ritts homestead (now occupied by J. W.
Atkinson) It is the south line of
II. A. Ainsworth's property and also of
the Alday property. So it can be seen
these fifty-two acres include some valua
ble Moline property, taking in the No. 1
school, the railways' right of way. etc.,
the Gustaf Adolph church property, etc.,
as well as private property now held by
hundreds of different owners.
Mrs. Thompson claims a right of dower
for her life in all this property. II
husband was the original patentee of the
land from the government, and she makes
the claim that he sold it in 1844 without
her consent or signature, consequently
she has never relinquished her right.
II r husband lived in this vicinity until
two years ago, when he died in Moline
Mrs. Ihompson remained in Moline till
last spring, when with her relative Robert
Lyman, she removed to Puyallup, Wash
ington, where she now resides.
Three children of the Rev. and Mrs.
Thompson are still residents of Moline.
CAPTURED THE HORSE THIEF
A Clever Arrest In Irury TownMhi
Yetatrrday Morning Wanted for
Theft at Briar KlufT.
A stranger was traveling through the
bottom lands of Drury township yesterday
morning leading a horse by the halter,
when his appearance caused the graders
who are at work on the new bridge fi
there to suspect that he was a horse thief
Constable Reynolds, who was of the p'ir
ty, crossed the river in a skiff to Musca
tine to consult Marshal ITartman, who in
formed him that a man was wanted for
stealing a horse of P. Rmdlcman, of Bri
ar Bluff, Henry county. The constabl
and a number of others started in pursuit
of the suspected man and soon came up
on his trail. Seeing that he was bein
pursued the fellow let the horse go an
ran into a corn field, which was quickly
surrounded. The horse thief, however,
was not captured until about
o clock in the evening, when fou
miles east of town, at McGreer'i
corner, where Albert and Will
McGreer and Ruff Ricketts rode up be
hind him, and with leveled weapons toll
him to throw up his hands. This the
fellow did without hesitation, when
shot whizzing over his head emphasized
the command. After a loaded revolver
was taken from him he was taken to
Muscatine and lodged in jail. The fellow
is a half breed, twenty-four years old, am
states that his name is Newman, and
claims to hail from Michigan, He got
possession of the animal the night it was
stolen, and claims that he traded a watch
revolver and some money for it. The
owner of the horse has been notified o
its recovery and of the arrest.
KrhoeM from the Kail.
engineer Horn, of the C, B. & Q , is
building a handsome house at Beardstown
and will shortly move his family there
Conductor J. Herrity, of Beardstown
is running Conductor Terry's St. Loui
passenger during his absence, and Con
ductor J. C. Stout, also of Beardstown, is
in charge cf Conductor Bob' Frszer'i
Viola coal train.
From a letter received from Beards
town, Pat McEIugh, the Rock Island boy
now in tne oince of the division train
dispatcher of the C..B. & Q at Beardstown
is cutting quite a figure as a wheel man
there. He possesses a splendid bicycle
and may be seen enjoying this mode of
exercise. The other night, however, he
met with a mishap and several of the
spokes of his wheel were broken. and now
the young ladies of the place while sym
pathizing with McIIugh are not altogeth
er sorry, because they say he has not been
in the habit of providing his wheel with
an arrangement which makes it possible
for a lady to use it, and for this be has
already been severely criticised. Other
young men of the town have been more
considerate of the interests of their fair
friends, but Mcliugh always did have
way of his own of doing things.
I he town auditing board met last
evening at the office of City Clerk Robert
Koehler. There were present Conrad
Schneider, supervisor; D. II awes and 8
F. Cooke, justices of the peace, and Rob
ert Koehler, town clerk. A tax levy of
$,100 for town purposes was made. Bills
were allowed as follows: Chas. II. Kit
ter late assessor $3C0; assistant as
sessors -J. II. Cleland, $150; Geo. A.
Solander. f 150; Eouia Pfoh.,$150; C. W.
Hawes. $50: stationery, 92; city of Rock
Island, $200; board of review, $4 50; R.
Koehler, clerk's fees, $15. 15; auditing
board, $6; total, $977.65.
nept 1 Reynold s Cemetery Co to T
L, ftlcfcntire. lot 4. block 22. Reynold's
ABE Adams to Andrew J Willard
part ej, set. 4. 18. lo. $1,700.
Henry C Woodward to A L Woodward
et al, part swj and part sei, 12, 19. le,
part wi. awl, 7. 19. 2e. Dart e. swi. R
20. 2e, and part of block 13, Marshall's
addition to Cordova. $1,100.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and rellahln
kid clove cleaner; cleans uexfectlv and
leaves no odor.
A SAD FATE.
The Killing of the C. B. A Q. Hertion
Hen Sear Calt and How It Hap
pened. The Sterling Gazette gives the followv
ing in regard to the serious accident
which occurred Saturday near Gait, as
spoken of in the Argus of last evening:
A party of six railroad construction la
borers, who have been employed near
Ashton during the past month, were rid-,
ing from this city to G ilt on a hand car.
They were brought to Sterling by a
fielght train, and were loaned a band car
by Section Foreman Biederstadt, on
which to return to thir families at or
near Gait. They started out on the south
track about 7:30 o'clock and continued on
it until the near approach ot the freight
train warned them to tt.ke the north one.
On this they raced with the freight
train tor some time. They dashed along
at a rapid rate, but the freight train
gained on them easily. All but one of
the men were facing the west, yet they
neither saw nor heard the approach of
another freight train on the track they
were on. It was the 0 B. & Q Rock
Island freight, which was an hour and
thirty minutes late. At that time it was
nearly dark, and the men on the car were
so absorbed in racing with the North
western freight, that thi-y did not see it
for another reason, because there was no
headlight on the Q imln. Myers, the
man on the hand car vho stood facing
the east, was the first to see the smoke of
the rapidly approaching monster. He
looked around and shouted to his fellow
workmen to jump for to ;ir lives.
Three of them jumped and saved their
lives. It was half a mile this side of Gait
that the hand car was Htruek. Two of
the men were killed almost instantly. The
other was badly injured about tho head
and breast, and had the left leg broken in
two places. The Doctors Anthony who
were called down to Gait at once, say the
latter has small chance to survive. His
name is G. Miller and hi 4 home is at Gait.
The two men killed were Henry N. Jer
kins, of Gait, and Folkert Wirlz. of Gen
essee. The families of all three men are
left in poverty. An inq iest was held at
the Northwestern depot at Gait yesterday
morning. The verdict gives a brief sum
mary of the facts con iccted with the
death of the two men. n entions the fct
that there was no headlight on the "Q
engine, out censures no one.
A Niioriliee in Science.
Onr Gallant Roardt-r Mav I ask where
you are going. Miss Wen lover?
Onr Intellectual Boarder fVrtainlv
Air. All.tH.ni-; I am ,'oii i; aftor a few
gtloip-al and botanical stHK'imens.
Our Gallant Boarder I shall be do
iigntoa to ko with you and carry tue
basket. Mi.-ss Wendover.
(Two hours lat -r.)
Our Intellectual Boarder Now, Mr.
Alhbono, we will look for a good large
piece of ciou.ltHl red sands'one, and then
I think we will return. Puck.
They Knew Hint.
lit.' .- . 1 f ,
-'oucrewi m mo may icpeiia some
what on circumstances, b it it depend
moro n the individual." and Mr. Skuto
who is noted for his wealth and pe-nuri
"Just so. said Bdlson. one of the
"When I first came to tl is town I I
half a crown. Now, what do you sup
pose i am witu it:
f "Oh, that's an easy one," said Billson
"Anybody who knows you. Skute, woul.
know what you did with that half
"Well, what did I do wi b it?"
"Why, you'vq.got it yet," Chatter.
During the Dry Sriiiiiu.
Fanny (afur ringing the door Ih-Hi
Just look at tlio dust on om shoes. Ethel
I hate to go into Mrs. Ma dilame's par
lor looKing ho.
Ethel Just turn your li ad the other
ranny (two seconds lat ri - Why-ce!
Ethel Simpkins, where' :.1I that dnst
th.it was on voiir Klines?
Ethel (whispering) On niv stlcm;
For the cure of the inflammation and
congestion called "a cold in the.head.'
there is more potency in Ely's Cream
uaim man in anything else it is possible
to prescribe. This preparation has for
years past been making a brilliant sue
cess as a remedy for cold in the head, ca
tarrh and hay fever. Used in the initial
stages of these complaints Cream Bslm
prevents any serious development of the
symptoms, while almost numierless cases
are on record of radical cures of chronic
catarrh, after all other moles of treat
ment have failed.
It is often impossible to distinguish
onu-uu-c iruin wisaom oecause tuev are
frequently the same thing.
in uie pursuit or the gooo things of
his world we anticipate too much: we
eat out tne neart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results obtained from th uw
i)r. Jones Red Clover Tonic far exceed
ill claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
Jtomach, liver, kidnoy anl bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a sure cure for ague and
malarial disoasos. Price. 5i) cents, of
When a man is convinced tliat he owes
anything to himself be is tlwavsverv
anxious to pay it.
No, Heliogabalus, the crowbar is not
the place where the crow pleads his caws.
The perfume of violets, the nuritv of
the lily, the glow of the rose, and the
flush of Hebe combine in Pozzoni's won
I " aliar-i a W an I I ' ' "' " aw.Meaaawaaa.awaawas.a-i i ,
lAWJAij WlltKS. . ' MEDICAL. .
The Crown dining ball, No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to 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 except Saturday
the garden is to let.
$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.
There is more catarrh in this section of
the country than all other diseases put to
gether, and until the last few years was
supposed to be incurable. For a great
many years the doctors pronounced it a
local disease, and prescribed local reme
dies, and by constantly failing to cure
with local treatment, pronounced it incur
able. Science has proven catarrh to be a
constitutional disease, and therefor re
quires constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio, is the only
constitutional cure on the market. It is
taken internally in doses from ten drops
to a teaspoonful. . It acts directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys
tem. They offer one hundred dollars for
any ose it fails to cure. Send for circu
lars and testimonials. Addres-t.
F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo. O.
t"Sold by druggists. 75c.
Our minister to France fairly bristles
with energy in bis defense Jof the Amer
ican hos?. -
AOVICk T'J MOYHXKS.
Art- you diuturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutties teeth? If oo,
lend at once ind get a bottle of Mrs.
Winalow's Soothing Syrup for children
teething. Its valut ib incalculable.
It wit! relieve the poor little Buffcrer im
mcdintoly. Depend upon it mothers,
there is no mistake about it. It cures
dysentery, diarrhoea, regulates the atom
aoii snil bowels, cures wind colic, soft
ens the gums, reduces iullammation. and
gives tone and energy to the whole sys
tem. Mrs. winsiows boothinj; Hvru
for Children Teething is pleasant to" the
l'st ami la the prescription of one
the oldest and lx-st female nurses and phy
sicinns m the United States, and is for
site by all druggists throughout
world. I'rir 25 cents per bottlo.
vinais inisr mats your con
densed milk " "But I ordered a quart
mai s no quart. "lea, it ih; it s a con
In Town and Hamlut
Ttio awils of intermittent nnl bilions remitten
fi-ver Kt-rminstc nd boar eril fruit. No rommu
nity Imn altogether erpetl tt In popnlon
ward of large Clin.- bad g. wage ratioe it. ami
in thi-ir Kuhurlis vtagnaut p.iol8 in sunken lot:
bn-ed it. There i al ouce a remedy anil a mean
or prevention. It name It- Htet;er Stomach
Kilters, which is without reatfventtire, the ninet
potent antiilo e in existence to the malarial virus.
Fortified with this iucomparahie, aviDg specific,
miasmatic iiiflurncca may be encountered wit
atwolnte impunity. Disorders of tho Ptomach
lier end bowels, begotten by miasma-tainted
water, or any other cause, encrumb to the bem-fl
cent corrective named, and rheumutic, kidney and
D:auner irouoie are surely remnvnele by its use
m-n ii is given a permieni trial.
A town never has a chance to return
blow for blow when a cyclone strikes it
Five Boom Cottages.
22x28. with kitchen addition and cis
tern, on Thirty-seventh street, for sale,
on monthly payments. E. H. Gctkr
PURIFY VOIIR BLOOD
PREPARED ONLY BY
FLEP'IKG BRCS., PITTSBURGH, PA.
Mercer County Coal,
The cheapestever known
$2 25 Per Ton for Cash.
Will also contract to furnish Tile and Brick for
sidewalks and rlo eeneral hanll nir. Office nnn
-; , .. u . , l i i . . ' i
duc s cunrcn, seconu avenue.
-l-eiepoone l.-ae. T. H. ELLIS,
R. R. TICKET
(Member American Ticket Brokers' Ass'tn)
Reduced Rates to all Points
OFFICE In Adame Kxprcs Office under
SOLK AOKNT FOR
The Pope Mfr Co.'e Bicycles. Ladies and
. Uhildren'e Bicycles a specialty.
LOUIS K. GILLSON & CO.,
proenrert. Increase all other soldiers' claims
nroaecuieii. write n about your caae. Boom A,
Metropolitan block, Chicago, lil.
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICAL CO.'S
Spectacles and Eye Glasses,
14 And Ifi Millilon linP N V PMnK
Ind. PnrsalebvT li. Thomas. IrniMfi-t u
lulanJ 111 ' ' .
",,H11,i ' mu. v-aftm
BABY S liver Id FREE
U ny Om.iu lit limtml hum. Atea, Bmbw
T V" ''"Ij tilt, or .kit. u wholewtl prie. Mai
I Sirl'fA':- - n d"" ,T,m L Hp.Mr1! I
i j-, T-ypr nn. ii w. iiina St.. riiKato. as
Vifty VI iW"J ' HraD fa. stamp far or ol
i . ' .m.. i. . laruirr in in. win.
frtry rmt.lusuf. wrm nan and (ninm with our. h.hr. oriter.
Hat; r'1 ar. not oDticed t" buy at bora, and pay douhl. pcie. for
feilad, .hop-worn calm. W. will Mak. and turn tord.r. Fa?
aaraplMnf apbolWnnc piaahM. arttd flw li laipa. Read the
iliirMa of tout UwnOt aw want ma UTMaatlua thu dMV.
Big O la acknnwleilped
tll( 1 nrv v r.n.
4JnrrliBa aV UttfU
"I lio only hiiiu remedy for
l-rnrorrlMra. or VV h itea.
I uretH-rilte it and teel
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a A.J. BTOP. KK, M. tt,
I'Kt ATtlB, lif,
salit by l'ratntiataa
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E?r aj. 1 CffR 0 1TI0, OBOAXI0 and
TMS P&RU CHEMICAL COM MUWAUUttWli
WEDNESD A Y , SEPTEMBER 3. 1 890
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM
rheapert and bei-t place in the paper for
"Wants," "Lout," "Sale" and "KcntA notice.
Only one-half cent a word. Everybody reads this
column. Try it.
MKS. SHIELDS H&S A LITTLK BOY SIX
weeks old and would desire lo have rome
ramily adopt him. Her address is No. 7(16 Hec
Mil auenue. 1 St.
m RENT-FIVE PLEASANT ROOMS
healthy location a&i0 Kourlh avenue. 1S-51
QECX'lNO-HAND FURNITURE, bonitht. sold
Jor excnanirea. Money loaned on Fnrnltur
stored at ouiheast corner Terry and Third StB
T7-OK SAI.K VALUABLE PATENT IM
A. urovenient on fcleva'ora. Now in oin rnlfon
star KiniHhint; Workn, S85 Hamilton St.. Philad
Pa; preffvrvca life and limb; (or fall pcrticu)un
appiyio kubt J. nALKKK, Invenuir.
WANTED A COMPETENT XUKSB iIK
at least 17 years of age. Enquire "H. F
TTT ANTED. A LADY TO MANAOK
W Branch office, at her own home, for the Fa
mous teniale (specific "Oranire Liiy"; a splendid
ui'itvrmniij, Buurets wiin cinmp, rne ur.tjooD
ley meaicai instunte, boutn Bund Ind.
TTT ANTE D OENERAL STATE AGENT TO
twD ueaoquariers in some principal city,
att.unie exclusive comrol f our huine and ap
Miint local and ub at;. nts in every city in the
slate ; (roods well known, staple a flour, in nni
versal qemand. and pay ant irtrtit of SO to loo
percent. AiUlreitn TH K UNION 0MPANY
ii wroatiway, .e lork. as
X l MKKR-Ll MBKK-YARO WORKMEN Ol
a-j ail i;raiet. can eecnrt-Hlt-atly empUivitient i
uie luutiu-r yarun oi vnicaijo at from 51.no
?.' ( per day on application in person lo K, E
UOOPEK. Seeretarv of thF 'hlrvn I
a-d Ifnler AHMiciation, nom 618 Chnaibcr of
Commerre, S. E. comer LSallc and War-Lillet n
pinTid, vnicSKO, ill. m
LTTORNEY AT LAW Office with J. T.
I worthy, 1745 Second Avenue.
WILLIAM J ACKM)..
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Rock Island
aanationai Dana Building, Kork Inland, III.
. D. WXEKHT.
C. L. WALSH.
SWEENEY & WALKER-
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
rfmtn in Di.n.xiln..'. 1 t. i..l- a 5
"vi,i' ' wtugc-wu b mis., niN k i Miami, in.
McEXIRT 'k McEMKV,
A TTORNEY'S AT tAW-Loan money or eood
a a pecuniy, maae collections, KtTerence, Mitch
ell A Lynde. bankers, office In Poetottlce block
OR SALE EVERY KVKXINO at Crampton't
- -o oiBim. - rruii yew Ctljrj
IRS. RUTHERFORD t BUTLER.
n R HIT ATCQ IM? Til 0 AVTl tr-K VDKrnv
1 1 TV IVllliXlM VnlMrnarw lhUi.... . c ... "
lmce: 'nmlall'a Livory f)lahi; Kvnitienct-: Over
Afiere tiaicery, murnci (Kiimre.
To eel oar goods by sample to whol.-aale and re
tail trade. We are the laivext manufacturers in
onr line. Liberal salary paid. Permanent poei-
m.u. aiiMiey nuranceti lor wat'en, aavertisiiitr,
. ..1 ' ' 111 n'lilirPK
CKHTERMI&L MF0. CO . Chicago, U.l.
WM. 0. KULP.D, D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
-MASONIC TEMPLE, -
Rooms 6, ST
28 and 29.
J. M. GASPAR1),
cBuuioicp aim bcc wum oriore ifOiiig lo l;hlcao,
JOTICK OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Estate of ShermanO. Elliott. Deceased.
Po hlie nntii-Jt f. hna.hr dIvn Th.l II.. .....1.
sitmed. Ashley W, Elliott, admmlairator earn t
tamfntn antLTi nt Hlu.rm.n 1 1 EMi;n. .1
I lax this day filed hi final report and'scttlenicn
as snch in thai muntw rfin.l rtf -, iul.nJ .. . ..
- - - J ....... .. I . K PI.IIUIIIIIUIJ,
and that an order has been entered by said court
ni'liiiiiiK nit .niu repon, unless onjections there
in or cause to the contrary be shown on or before
. 1... a. .I- n. . t. . . . . .
final approval of said renort the said Ahlev W
Elliott will ask to be discharged. All (tersons in-
. i..r.ivru aic uiitiut-a to Biienu.
Rock Island, IIU AneiiHt with. Ifion
. ttl EV II- 1.' I T T 'A- .
Administrator eum ttulamento an am of Sherman
iviiiihl, neceasca sept 1 uiw
Estate of Susan A. Sehnnll Ttproaaeil
The unilerxiiTied havim? been a. noiiin.il .-Tern
tor of the last will and t.inmi-nt nr sn.un a
Schnell, late of the connty of Rock Island, stale
of Illinois, deceased, hereby Rives notice that he
will appear before the county court of Rock Inland
county, at the office of tho clerk of al,l rnnri tn
Jliecity of Rock Island, at the October term, on the
flrst Monday in October next at which time all er
sons bavin); claims against said estate are notuicd
and reqnesied to attend, for the purpose of liav-
iiik me same aujusieti. All persona Indebted
to said estate are requested to make Immediate
payment to tne anilersiened.
oaf-d ibis 2Slh day of July. A. D.. 1890.
29d3w WM. SUHNKLL, kxecutor,
DR.- E AND EN'S
OKBII.n ATl.il Itmtk IK.
VV NKTIIIKti.rkXI UB
1 cuma hT tbi.s..
s BtlT aaia cnearai.aM
MONkY. Hail. fn. iw.nMln.MiK
poa.. Car. .1 HmralHv StlliM, ri'tnt llwlt, IIM, HMIk.
IT:.!""" of ritH-lrlrtt. Ihrnnrt all Wf.kt
FABTH. rtfalnrln. thai, tn Hlial.TU vtii.iifi.i ii tb.ii'.u
Elmrt " 'I ltnla.ll;. or lort.it ( i.nai D mh,
BKLT a a.s...a'i 1'a.aim (i. sa4 ap. .ml earn rat.
rTli- J" '""t nmninm. IMHilra paatpllhM KM.
AABSEI ELECTRIC CO., IWLaHaaWBt., CHICASI.LU.
NOW rilDrn Hinmra.
BE VaWrl bUluiiiarak-Uf.
Oall or send for circular containing
the most marrelons cures of Conaump.
Eraninm- Htrnhllia hlumn.iLi
arrh. Tumors. Ruimaeh TrauMea, etc.
mtjt iHaaiBiam. . .
A grata wanted everywhere. KaMaas bh-bork (iliib
CO., fr. haaraar. ... atlaM Mmm CUItaUO, lu.
Warranted Free from Injnrioai Dni.
Wit flt'aK. A'-.-i
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Located is
In the past two months he has successfully
of the most aevere character.
Snch diseases as Rheumatism. Kenralgla,
Scrofula, Heart-disease, disease of the Liver,
K .dueys, or of any of the secretory organs; also
all kinds of Lang diseases or complications, such
aa Asthma, Br nchitia or Pleurisy. All kinds 1 1
nervous diseases successfully treated.
Positively and permanently cured, without the
nse of the knife or any operation whatever, or no
(V Loss of Manhood, Seminal Weakness, an-"
Errors ot Youth, positively and permanently
fVPossttively no case taken that cai.not be
cured. Correspondence accompanied by 4c ia
stamps promptly answered.
Office McCnllougo'a New Elock.
W. Third Street, near Main,
RnrpTrirPdl ESTABLISHED 1851 ( 180 So.
Tbe Eegalar Old-EstaLIIsbed
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
b ttlll Treating with the Greatest
SKILL and SUCCESS
CHronic, KerTons and PriTate Diseases.
WNERVOUS DEBILITY, Lost Man.
hood. Failing Memory, Exhausting Drains,
Terrible Dreams. Head and Back Ache and all
therffiMs Icjil.n to early decay and perhpt. Con
sumption or Insanity, treated acieniincally by Dew
method with nrvcr-f.uting success.
-SYPHlLI3 snd all bad Blood and Ekin
Diseases permanently cured.
KIDNEY and URINARY complaints.
Gleet, Gonorrhoea, Stricture, Varicocele and
all diseases of the Genito-Unnary Oreans cured
promptly without injury to Stomach, Kidneys or
other trfr iris.
"No experiments. Aee and experience
Important. Consultation free and sacred.
aHf'AII correspondence is sacredlv private.
Forty Years- Practice enables Dr. Clarke to Guar
antee Cures in all OnriMe Cases of I' ere ma.
Serofala, Kyphills. Bladder and Kidney Dis
eases. I rariirrhu a and Irmale l rt.ohlr. I.iier
t'oaaplaint. atarrh. all BIwmI, skis ai .Ser
No matter who lias failed to cure you. write
Dr. CI ii We a full history of vour case. Hours,
btofc ; Sundays, o to 12. Call on or address
F. D. CLARKE, M.D..
186 So. Clark St., CHICACO. ILL.
NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT
Sneetfle fnr HystrTis,TltTtne. Pi's. ;,ntrflcl Wale
I illness, stentnl IVpnrMion. S..I tenuis ..I the Crsui.re
U.,...K Ml-ailll iln1 ,.Miinb i n,is..y o,..-.. an.
ileith. Pi.-mattire Olil Ami H.i-rm.1,.... I n..
in either et. lnvi,lMl.,, l.o,,, .,, KjHTtnat.ii i hoea
. uins-ipiiinn tn im nraln. tirtl.u-e o:
" . - K . r.ai-n wit entiiain'- tine mont a . t neat-K"-
ox. cr sis tor $ ,-nt t. mail prvt.ai.l
r.,.;Vr. U IX'I.-s, VIII M.rt pwllW
.. . - ".'li". i.ii ii ,nf rretni-ni i&i,s to
. VH. .hi.l, i--ii. uni genuine wtia oaij Ity
Drnrelst. Sole Acents. corner Third avenue and
i wemiein street. Kock iland. 111.
OrUT WCUO THCSF S BUTO CUBE
permanent and speedy etire.v bether the
r. i ,-; " "i"'"" wran sioonone
patient . a
IT K V K
and m he .t L'.VL1 V"""! no tneon.enM.fi
. . . r-- i"'n ann sritn niAii
. -a- vvvk v,, iMritCUIVK 1T,
Mmha11 A Finhcr and T. H, TbomM, dmt?
piPts, Hmk IoUnd, 111. mv 6-dwlj
Th llMIt Vvawtr-k -W3 a ,
lTlfl Ma-illthlv loMH.nUw.lUa. "
Mum LrTL unc i renoflirn PHI, of Part,
claimed for them. Tobe need monihly for troobl.t
i" w.MMrii. rmi airecuona who eacb
hntf K7 s-uaf twr ab a M ... a
i. ".... min iuii. Turn. Americas
Pill Co., royalty proprietors. Spencer. Iowa. The
ppnnmii mil Ahiuin...! nt 1 1... i i . . 1 .
ji , ' ' " "'-,,-"' s ail
dniffffiiil. . . .
THE MOLINE SAVIN6S BANK
(Charted by the Legislature of Illinois.)
MO LINK. - TT.T.S
open daily from 9 A. M. to S P. af , and onTaee
uu iurtiay Avemrurs rrom 7 to
(uicrmi ruiowea on ueoposiH at the rate
T . - .
ui per jeni. per Annum.
m m , -
Deposits received in amonntso
Ji-t t tt .
i ana upwaras.
The nrirate nmnert. nr ti.A ns,.,.,. ,
, ' " "- -y i.i its moneys. Minors
ind nirriml .Amn. ...i... i i ' .-, ".i
" f ...ics ku ii j special law.
Orrrrm a VP n-n. . .
. rresiaent: Pom-
"shier1"'"' """-; C. P. Unnstf,
Hirkra- Darling A". a" .in&Sll
H. Hemcnway. C. VltxthnnL L.
V. IT. TtTrr.i s- Ms
8. F. Smith. Vicvlre6,t
V IT 17.. o- .
li. tlfli-Ak, .TOO.
SAFETY DEPOSIT CO
FI1LST NATIONAL BANK BCILDINO
J3AVENTOET, . - . IQWA.
rerfprt rrnteeil.iii .. ,;,.-. t , .. .
Vaults and S:.fe, 1 n,v prfnared to reii
Hales IB. iLa ;inlts n ith ..itl..!. -' ...r;'
kej .oeks. The "iHl t U It
. ..,,aii tin imi hi vnieh in tiua.
StraitKur-, having valuables, i'rivate rt tirinl
rtHiina lor the examination of it e ?
aiw. ...... , is-7k. inur5 ir mink! i
arerfoiiiff to travel, this U the only pi , J ' ?
olule (tafery In Uie three .Hi.-. f.SJZ?"',.1-
....I -..i... i.i - juurnuver
ra, on nil CASH 0 Xrti TSS:
OAVS' SPECIAL PRICK SALE. "
0? HAINES GOLDEN SPECIFIC
win ruin .
Practical Tile and Brick M Layer.
Reaedence 819 Twenty-first St. Yard near St. Taul Depot,
Rock Island. 111.
y Estimate fniniched for any kind of Tile or Brick In the market. Lay cf
. and tLe walks a specialty.
Second Hand Goods-
Bnyf , sells and trades any article. A specialty ma it . f j. w. :
No. 1614 Sectir.il
Has opened his New and Ppat ioni
No. 1620 to 1626 Third avenn,
where he would be pleased to see his friends.
tWAll kind- of drinks as well as Ale and Porter, and the well known drink "H . "' ar i
only place in the city thee yoo can get it. Roast Beef Lance every day from 10 to i-.. 1
J. T. DIXOJNT,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avecve.
P. W. HERLITZKA.
No. 229 Twentieth Street, next to
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Hade la the latest style. Also repairing done with neatness and d;rsc h.
V annf actnrer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Gents' Fine Shoes s specialty. Repairing done neatly and promptly
A share of y onr patronage reepsctrnlly solicited.
118 Second Avenue. R.k Ianl. I:
Dealer in Groceries aiid Provisions,
No. 266 Fifth Avenue, KK K ISLAND
rVNew stoie, new stock, the hest -oods st the lowest prices, A share of patntr.s., ... , v 1
House and Sign Painter.
First-class (.raining and Papsr Hanging.
P. O B 672.
ALL KINDS OF - .j,
done. A specialty of furnishing aU kinds
of Stores with Castings ot 8 cents
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BIJOS., Propts.
mas nrrairrKD a
which does Us work in a thorough manner.
MrTt thnnskl. i. - -
all ohr;. .r,7-'".1"c TWia tnores
drur. " U Koehler'a
Pluc 60 Ckhts fib Botth.
meftd iT'.r., "P " teachintj I.stni-
lesat inai,... . ,V r J"H "-ore tneorywnn
th7clt7r fr th" ie1 mone' Kacber In
nnd-TZT" DAILT PRACTICE
'to'i?"!'1"' ch Juvenile nnnll.
KhcTmn? tJZL olt of marked price on
teach.to; 01 te"h" Inexperienced
Aii FaaakaB swa aas ii n a n.
1WB awaar Oavenport, la.
MalS. OT A. ISaCBKKKR.
DAVIS & (J)
BBSS SSSBBSSJ W sSaaT aB 111 IT V
-A complete stock
Pipe, Brass Goods,
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc
Solo Agents fur
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FPFfl I iiddio.;.
. i-uDnibA IjPt
We narantea every one Dsrfeet ... ., w"
Twenty day's trial, to res,H,tt hv i' !T
Safety Heating Boilers and Contrv,
furnishing and lajine Water.
Telephone 1148. Retldeice i e vi,,u
in New and
Conrad Schneitli r's pr.icrry. Rt V -.tt
6hop Fourth Ave. set. Slt ar.i i:i
WHEN YOU ARE READY
J rsir s piann-fnrte er erran. h tnw
haad ipt miisait, yeat will o-si.ii H -.:t t ts
" ' '.-a or wnt I nit U t.s- iid anl l-
sale to An liaaus. with a hon. .W tst-'isrt tes
tatum and when roa at k-am that ui. b liiW
wtatsat the Lows st rai.Ts qi.a.itt r.iVr
o th a asst terms, ynn hatr a' th. t-tte-
Partna; fwir onWwith it t.-.'tt
atrwaasaits lath market at the "m rexs aw saw
PWaMS lo sort all and rir
Oureihiba meladeasnrB routs as
Tke Pferisai K stake. The rtMk- hrsfti
Tlte Fapalar Klccr.
New Eaalasal and Pcac riaass.
The New Eaarlaa
for parMCMfaira eotl cm or nf
GOLD ICuDAU fAElS
W. BAKKK JtCOaS
is ohso'atr.ff t't
An rtr ni teal
It ta .(.
m. tsjald arv
m Fupi.. itl t M
Ostsou.rral. - - '
m -. It .a
r-nrthrt inc. 1
a- r r I- '
..... . h
W. BAKES tt CO- Dorchester. Sla
CHAS. R. WHEELAN-,
Undertaking and Embalming
Dimick Block, No. iks? 3Wb St . f"ti h
Havinr tunriiawf a eatmnlete line nf I ' j
in poods, with hearse and at.pasrret. : ,
havine eeenred the aervires of Mr. " . a-
of Chicairo. su sxpert funeral '-''''.'iiie
banner of U years experience. I
pared to g-naranu-e eau-fsclton.
Pv a.ltia k V Lrhmld-a the tmater
dentUvhtninc- Rod dealers xk'ua
. v snA
which he keeps constantly on nana.
scienUfic manner. CompetUion
prices and qnslity detea.
Address .r,T -
aSSSlv la sa - -.raaauawi ir a eta.
No. 831 Twenuetl. SU oC J