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A Pleasant Hide from London to
Ireeeriptlon ot Hone Noted Inntlta
Mod of Learnlac Dorchester Ab
brf-Lrm Mobs la the Chapel mt
King' collect CUapr i or Nr. Lake
Lincoln, ana It I'athrtdral.
Special Correspondence to tbe A Born:
Nkw Calk on Tynk, Aug. 23. The
country between London and Oxford is
beautifully diversified, and no more love
ly country is found anywhere. It is very
like our rolling prairie in Illinois, with
charming views of cottage and ball, farm
buildings, and wonderfully constructed
and thatched ricks of hay and grain. The
fields stretch away in the brightest of
emerald green, while I think that no
other country in the world can how such
mgnlficem trees as England. The
summer has been very wet and cold. No
July has ever before brought so much
rain, and the crops are not in as good
condition as would be desired. Heavy
winter clothing is quite a necessity all
tbe time, and all through the season I
have seen women with heavy fur capes
both walking and driviug. Oxford u
quiet i i the long vacation, hut tbe beauty
of the citv and country Is unchanged.
The university has twenty eight colleges,
mostly grouped together, crowding up to
little narrow crooked streets, but within
the gate one finds lovely "quads"of green
grnss with fountains and trees, and gen
erally in the rear each college has its
large gardens, (lawns or parks we would
call them.) with well kept walks, bord
ered with flowers of the brightest hue,
trees and fountains, all surrounded with
high walls of stone, over which no in
truder can climb. The gardens of
New college 13lh century also those of
Magdalene, where one finds the famous
Adili-oa a i alk, are among tbe most
Deauliful, while Christ s church meadows
with the "broad walk, is a picture of
restfulnnpss neyer to be forgotten. A
riue 01 uiue miies nriogs one lurougu a
lovely country to Dorchester Abbey, the
secona oldest church in the kingdom
aaimg dsck to rjaxon limes an immense
building of great beauty, now restored,
where the hard working vicar has daily
services at 7.30 and 8 a. m., and 4 p. m.
year after year, with many ad
ditional services, and even in the
quiet little hamlet of cottagers
a gooa attendance of worshippers.
We leave Oxford with regret, but Cam
bridge attracts us. and there we find ad,
and more than we anticipated. A large
city of 36.000 people, well built and
showing signs of commercial activity.
The colleges of the university are very
oeauiuui, spacious and with great
"quads" and beautiful chapels. The
"gardens occupy many acres on the
Cam and are far beyond anything we have
seen in beauty and quiet. We were for
tunate in being able to attend a beautiful
and devotional evening song at the great
cunpei oi icings college. While your
correspondent was glad to visit the
chapel of St. Luke in a suburb of Cam
bridge, where his fellow worker in Trin
ity church Robert Hudson was trained
In christian doctrine and worship. Saint
Luke s is a large brick church of modern
construction, with tower and spire,
seated with chairs, handsome sanctuary
and altar with lights, and a side altar in
one of the aisles for daily celebrations,
nicely adorned, and having before it
seats for some thirty or forty. Ely, with
Hi beautiful cathedral, is only a few miles
from Cambridge, situated on high ground
in tbe midst of the fine country with the
river Ouse sluggishly flowing around its
precincts. The cathedral is noted for iu
wonderful octagon lantern tower the
central tower a large imposing building
520 feet in length, 178 feet broad and 70
feet high in the choir. This was the site
of an al.bey founded by St. Etbeldreda in
nn a t . .
two a. it a sleepy town, but neat
and clean a bed at the "White Hart." a
quiet little tavern on the square where we
were Kindly cared for aud well fed.
a. snort rule by rail brings one to
Peterborough where we find one of the
most notable Norman churches in Ens
land, with its peculiar west front of three
recessed arches of great height. The
first church on this site was a Benedictine
Abbey founded by Peada, king of the
Mercia, in 656. In restoring the towers
or tbe Lantern a few years ago, the
original foundations of this Saxon church
were discovered chancel, transcript and
some portions ot the stoDe. and under
ground passages, arched with brick
have been made by which one can
walk and trace the ancient founda
tions of more than 1,200 years ago.
lue cathedral was rich in carvings and
statues, all of which were destroyed by
iue i unians. i ne bodies remain, with
heads, arms and legs broken oil. and on
the ancient tombs there are seen recum
bent figures with noses and ears gone, fin
gers and toes, and often arms and legs,
all the work of tbe lovely Puritans. In
fact this is the case in every cathedral and
church in England, except York Minster.
Lord Fairfar, the general of Cromwell,
being a resident of Yorkshire, protected
the minster, and so in York one finds the
ancient sculpture and carvings, statues,
and above all. the Itcautiful stained glass,
in good state of preservation.
Lincoln is a city of 40.000 on tbe Willi
am, and is built on a bill rising from the
fen country.. It is one of the most an
cient towns in England, an old Roman
station, and rivals Chester in its ancient
memorials. The cathedral is on the high
est ground in the city and can be seen
from all sides as you approach the city.
Many people claim this cathedral as the
finest in England, in its combination of
size, delicacy of detail, good preservation
and grandeur of position, 4MO feet long,
Jiimitl-Vi high. I cannot here give
your readers a description of the various
ijies oi arcnneciure; it win require
hours to do it, but I can only say that
Lincoln cathedral is noted for the purity
or its early English or pure eotbic and
the way in which this is accommodated to
the preexisting Norman and other styles.
The two lovely , rose windows in the
transepts are called the "Dean's Eye" and
the "Bishop's Eye," with very ancient
glass well preserved. Tbe hotel at which
we stopped attracted our attention at
once "The Spread Eagle." We felt
bound to stop there and found it most
comfortable and interesting. It was
licensed in the reign of James I, and has
been open ever since, an ancient building
oi queer construction, with wonderfully
quaint furniture. The shops of Lincoln
were filled with nice articles of "bigotry
and virtue" and the town seemed lively
ana prosperous ror us age u. C.
It. P. S.
4 Ferdinand Voegele to Margueretta
King, admlniatratriz, sej, nej, 2, 17, lw,
Marx Kroeger to Jurger Martins, part
or lots 11 and Vi, block 0, Osboru's 2d
ad to Moline, $1,050.
5 Estate of Oeorge Reangh. Relin
quishment of right to administrator by
next of kin filed.. Petition of Frank E
Bobbins filed, and letters of administra
tion issued to him. Bond filed and ap
The perfume of violets, the purity of
the lilj, the Rlow of the rose, and the
flush of Hebe combine in Poraoni'a won
Ike Soldier, the Negro and Other
Vutremt Qneatloao Ulneuttarit.
The uprising of the north in 1861 to
1865, iirespective of party, to crush re
bellion was royalty. The government
has been generous to all who sustained
injuries in its behalf during that memor
able conflict. Some receive $72 per
month, others less, according to degree
of disability. This is justice. Tbe tax
payer does not complain.
Is it not the duty of the citizen to ex
hibit as great fealty to tho welfare of the
nation during peace as war? Can he
who receives a pension for disability con
tracted while not in the service be held as
bonorabie as be who rejects iiT Because
republican and O. A. K. politicians, for
personal and party aggrandizement,
caused the late egregious pension enact
ment, does not compel the loyal veteran
lo desert his -colors and reinlist for the
remainder of his days against that gov
ernment he so valiantly fought for.
Many a noble defender of bis country
maybe defected from the path'ofduty
by tbe sentiment thai a quarter ccntur?
of republican class legislation has pro
duced, that it is conscientiously legiti
mate for him to make a grab at the na
tional treasury as the capitalists did when
bonds were issued to take the place of
the noninterest bearing notes purchased
with greebacks and paid off in gold, or
twice as much as their cost with interest
in gold; the voting of bonds to
build the Pacific railroad with;
its Credit Mobilier finale; the
high war tax upon manufactured
goods retained, to be increased by the
McEioley bill, that other war Us. upon
incomes, , bank checks, etc. repealed. By
such legislation have the republican law
makers been loyal? Not if this is a gov
ernment for the people.
What a muguiflcenl example it would
be should the great majority of the Gr.nd
Army of the Republic stand aloff and
and not make the descent upon the ireus
ury that designing republican politii-inus
have invited them to. A magnanimous
conquerer is generous to his fallen foe.
The results of the war have destroyed
sectional auimosity. Why reawaken ihe
deid and buried antipathies of slavere
days? Is the negro a citizen or ward
If a citizen, why dot s he not right for hi
rights as white men would do? If a ward
he is not the equal mentally, morally and
vaionousiy or the Jurojean-American
ue possesses now all the rights of the
white man under the law. Would
it be fair to tho white race to
give him more rights than he is
entitled to. The negro must forever re
main socially apart from the while man
lbeframers of the constitution did not
foresee thit politicians for party end
would enact that an alien race should rul
in any staie of the union.
The citizens of each state through their
legislature elect senators. Should they
not insist that they shall have the same
privilege to elect representatives? The
white man only asks equal rights under
tbe law with tbe negro; that he or the
negro shall rule in their respective locil-
ity whichever race shall prove the super
ior, ii men the negro shall carry the
election the white man will not conin nin
But if be is deprived of home rule and the
negro placed over him, it is only nntura
that be should curse those of his own
race who do not sympathize with him
is it not time for the northern white man
to demand that the bitter feeling of ante
bellum days shall not be reenacted? that
politicians be requited to be loyal to the
interest of the majority of the people, the
European Americans? E. S. Gihbs
Lyons, Iowa, Sept. S, 18'JO.
A rat iTyluic Haeremm.
A fine tribute to the mercantile chara
ter of Mr. David Don as well as a source
ui prme ana gratification to the city is
. . ...
the new structure in which he since but
recently conducts bis business. Entering
upon his trade in 1860 as a tinner in the
building now occupied by Jahns & Ber-
telson, with his riyht arm as his only cap
ital, he has grown with the growth of the
city, and can enjoy the fruits of industry
and integrity, as only he can enjoy the
prospect who has climbed to the summ
or ine mountain. His new quarters have
twice the capacity of the building former
ly occupied, being 40x90 feet, the two u p
per stories being utilized for storage and
The establishment mm occupies nearly
a score of hands and keeps everything in
the house furnishing line. Mr. Don does
all kinds of copper and tin work, such as
roofing and putting in furnaces, making
a specialty of beating and ventilatiug
lie is agent for the Boynton & Thatcher
furnaces, the Qarland line of goods, and
exclusive agency of tbe city to
handle the Rock Island Stove Co's stoves
A tine of flOOand three months in tbe
county jail is the penalty Magistrate
Kerns, of Moline, imposed upon Edward
Swanfeldt, the raaa who was arrested
Wednesday for stilling mortgaged proper
ty. The case was conducted by J. B. Oak
leaf for the plaintiff. Judge J. M. Oould.
Swanfeldt plead guilty. He was told by
the magistrate that out of regard for tbe
plaintiff, who was disposed to be lenient.
be would make the sentence as light as
possible, and therefore gave him floo and
three months as stated. It may m stat
ed that the plaintiff will not lose anything
as tbe buggy and harnesses were recov
ered by r rank Anderson from Mr. Jacob-
son, of Cleaveland, which, together with
the team, will be sold on Sept. 35 to sat
isfy the mortgage. The second horse
was found yesterday on Swanfeldt's
premises on the bluff. The sentc nee may
considered extraordinarily light, inas
much as it is a penitentiary offense to sell
whereas, n nas pleased God in his
divine wisdom to remove from our midst
Mrs. J. II. Wilson, an officer and honored
member of the Ladies' Sewing society of
me rim ai. v. cnurcb; therefore be it
Resolved, That while bowing to his su
preme will, we deem it a fitting tribute to
her memory to express our sorrow. In
her death our society has lost a valued
and faithful member, always cheerful,
kind and cbristian-like in her daily life.
Wbile we deeply mourn her loss, her
memory will ever linger with us like tbe
perfume of fragrant flowers.
Resolved, That our society extend to
the family our deepest sympathy in thfs
great and sudden bereavement.
Resolved, That a copy of these resolu
tions be sent to the family, also, one to
each of tbe daily papers of the city, and
placed upon the records of our society.
Mrs. H. C. Cleaveland,
Mrs. Geo. Bartit.
Mrs. J. T. Noptsker,
Mrs. C. A. Hoge,
Committee of Sewing society.
Rock Island, Sept. 4, 1890.
Hclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor. -
LOCATING THE LIGHTS.
The Distribution Under the Pro
posed New System .
What the Council Ild at ftaftiperlal
Menslon Last Eventac I'roapect of
the Tblrty.Klicht Htrei t Tower Ke
-City Council, Rooms. Rock Island,
Sept. 5. The council met in special
session at 8 p. m., Msyor McCono
chie presiding, and all tho aldermen
present except 111. Tbe mayor stated
the object of the meeting to be to deter
mine the number and th.j location of
lights under tbe new contract as the con
tractors are anxious to begin work be
fore cold weather sets in.
Alderman Knox moved that 110 lights
be contracted for. Messrs. II. P. Hull
and Oil pin Moore were give n permission
to address tbe council in favor of retain
ing the tower at the foot of Thirty-eighth
street for many reasons. Alderman
Knox's motion carried unan moualy.
Oo motion of Alderman 8 'broeder, the
council went into committee of the whole
oo the location of the lights, aud a reciBs
On reassembling the corimittee rose
and rendered a report on tut location of
lights as follows:
On Second avenue at Sixth anil Eighth
streets: Third avenue at Thir 1, Fifth and
Seventh streets; on Fourth avenue at
Eighth. Sixth, Fourth and Second streets;
on Fifth avenue, at Third street; on
Sixth avenue.at Second aud Fifth streets;
on Ninth avenue, at Seventh aud FiMi
streets; on E'eventh avenue, at Fourth
street 15 lights.
On Eigth street at Seventh and Elev
enth avenues; Ninth street ut Eleventh,
Third. Sixth and Eihth avenues; Tenth
street at Second. Fourth id Seventh
avenues; Eleventh street at First. Third,
Sixth and Eighth avenues; Twelfth street
Second and Fourth avenues 15 lights.
Oo Plinth avenue at Twilfth street;
Ligbth avenue at Thirteenth and Four
teentb-and-a-half streets; Seventh ave
nue at Twelfth, Fourteenth tnd Seven
teenth streets; Sixth avenue at Thir
teentb and Fifteenth streets; Fifth-and-
a-half avenue at Thirteenth, Fourteenth
and Fifteenth streets; Fifth avenue at
Fourteenth street; Fourth avenue at
Thirteenth and Fifteenth stret ts; Second
avenue at Fourteenth and Sixteenth
streets 16 lights.
On Sixteenth street at Fourth avenue;
seventeenth street at Ninth, Tifth and
mtru avenues; Eighteenth street at
Eighth. Fourth, Second and First ave
nues; Nineteenth street at Fifth and
Third avenues; Twentieth strei't at Sixth
Eighth and Tenth avenues; and at Speu
cer square 14 lights.
On Twentieth street at Second ai d
Fourth avenues; Twenty-first street at
Third, Fifth, Seventh and Nintl avenues
Twenty-second street at Third. Fifth and
Eighth avenues; Twenty third street b'
Third, Fourth and Seventh avenues;
Twenty fourth street at Second and
Fourth avenues 14 lights.
On Twenty-fourth street at Fifth and-
a-half and beventh avenues; Twentv
fifth street at Third. Fourth, Fifth. Sixth
and Eighth avenues; Twenty-si tth street
at Fifth. Fifth-and-a-half and Seventh
avenues; Twenty seventh street at Fifth,
Sixth, Eighth add Eightb-snd a-half
avenues; Twenty-eighth street at Seventh
avenue; Twenty-ninth street at Fifth
avenue; Thirtieth street at Fifth. Seventh
and on Thirteenth avenues 18 lights.
On Thirtieth street a Ninth ard
Twelfth avenues; Thirty-first Urcet at
Fourteenth, Tenth. Seventh and Fif'h
avenues; Thirty fifth street at Seventh
and Fifth avenues; Thirty -eighth street
at hill top and Seventh and Fifth avenues;
Forty-second street at Fourteeu h, Sev
enth and fifth avenues; Forty-fourth
street at Sixth and Eighth avenues;
Forty-fifth street at Fifth and Ninth
avenues: Forty-sixth street at Sixth ave
nue 19 lights.
Total lights located. 111.
Aid. Oeiger moved as an amendment
that 111 lights be adopted. Am -ndment
The report of the committee was then
adopted on motion of Aid. Corketi.
Aid. Schroeder moved that tLe alder
men of the Sixth and Seventh wards be
appointed acommittet to confer 'ith the
railroad companies and the contractors
as to tbe retention and lighting of the
tower on Thirty-eighth street.
Motion carried. Adjourned.
Robert Koehler, City Clerk.
There is more catarrh in this section of
the country than all other diseases put to-
gemer, ami until me last lew yet.rs was
supposed to he incurable. For a great
many years the doctors pronounced it a
local disease, and prescribed local reme
dies, and by constantly failing to cure
w ith local treatment, pronounced r. incur
able. Science has proven catarrh to be a
constitutional disease, and therefore re
quires constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co , Toledo, Ohio, ia ti e only
constitutional cure on the market It is
taken internally in doses from tec drcps
to a teaspoonful. It acts directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys
tem. They offer one hundred dollars for
any c ise it fails to cure. Send for circu
lars and testimonials. Address.
r. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O.
3PSold by druggists, 75c.
The Crown dining hall. No. 170H Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
tne nest meal in the city ror 25 centn.
Concert and dancing every Saturday
evening, with good music at Josepli Hu
ber's garden on Moline avenue. Every
other day in the week except Sat lrday
iue garuen is to let.
150,000 to loan on real estate securitv.
in sums of $200 and upward; at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law. Rock Island.
E. E. Parmenter, attorney at law.
Makes collections, loans money and will
attend to any legal business intrusted to
him. Office, postofflce block. Rock Isl
and, Ills. ds&wly
In Town and Hamiat
The seeds of Intermittent and biliont remittent
fever germinate and bear evil fruit. Ko co nmu.
nity has altogether escaped It. In pop ilooe
wards of large cities bad sewage came It. and
in their suburbs etagnant pool In sunken lota
breed it. There is at once a remedy and a n eans
of prevention. Its name is Hontetier'e Sto nach
BHten, which Is without preadventure, the m-xt
potent antido e in existence to the malarial lrus.
Fortified with this Incomparable, saving specific,
miasmatic influences may be encountered with
absolute impunity. Disorders of the ston sen,
llTer end bowels, begotten y miasma-tai nted
water, or any other canoe, succumb to tbe benefi
cent corrective named, and rheumatic, kldne and
bladder troubles are surely removable by it use
when it is given a persistent trial.
Jits Boom Cottages.
22x28, with kitchen addition and siss
tern, on Thirty-Seventh street, for s le,
on monthly payments. E. H. Gutek
It is by Dunning bis brains
writer collects his thoughts.
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PREPARED ONLY BY
FLEMING BROS.. PITTSBURGH, PA.
Cheapest and ben place in the paper for
"Wants," "Lost," "Sale" and "Kent notices.
Only one-hulf cent a word. Everybody reads this
column. Try it.
)R REST-FIVE PLEASANT ROOMS
healthy locatlon-2331 Fourth avenue. lU-5t
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, bouwht. sold
or exchanged. Money loaned or Furniture
stored at Southeast corner Perry and Third Bis.,
FOR SAI-K VALUABLE PATENT 1M
proveinent on Elevntora. Now in operation at
Mar Finishing Works, 23.15 Hamilton St., Philaila.
Pa; preserves life and limb; for full particulars
apply to ROUT J. WALKKIi. Inventor.
WAN1KD-A PARTNER WITH SOMK
money ; to take rhnrtfe or horse ami bup irv
to canvass in the country ; pood reference re
quired. AddreosM.H, box 2ls, Milan, lil. 5
WANTKD.-A LADY TO MANACK A
Branch office, at her own home, for the Fa
mous Female Sprcillc "Orange Lily"; a splendid
opportunity; address with stamp. The Dr. Coon
ley Medical Institute, South Bend lnd.
WANTED OEN ERA L STATE AMENT TO
open headquarters In some principal city,
as'uiue exclusive control I our huxiness and ap
point local and sub-ai;rnt iu every city iu the
slate; goods well known, staple as dnur. In uni
versal ilemanil. and pay a nt profit of 60 to 100
percent. Address TUB UNION COMPANY,
"H Broadway, New York. 25
LUMBKR-LUMBKR -YARD WORKMEN OF
all trades, can secure steady enpioym-ut iu
the lumber yards of Chicago at fiom $1.M to
J.' 00 per day on application in person lo E, E.
UOOPER. Secretary of the Chicago Lumber
Dealer's Association, room SIS Chamber of
Commerce, S. K. corner LaSalle aud Washington
streets, Chicago, Jl.
PROFESS I OMAL CARDS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office with J. T.
worthy, 1745 Second Avenue.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office In Rock Island
National Bank Buildiug, Rock Inland, 111.
SWEENEY & WALKEK.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Offlee iu Beuium's block. Rock Island, 111.
MtENIRY & McEXlKY,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on cood
security, make collections. Reference, Mitch
ell A Lynde. bankers. Office in Postoftice block.
THE IIAILY AIM. I S.
?OR SALE EVERY EVENING at Crampton's
. News Stand. Five cents per copy.
DKS. KUTHEKFORI) k BUTLEIt,
fl RADl'ATES OF THE ONTARIO VETERNA
I TV rol)ef Wleraarw Plirdl.).,.. . ..
Office: Tindall's Livery staliie: Residence: Over
Asters Bakery, market square.
Salesmen w TW0 Jd D
To sell our goods by sample to wholesale and re
tail trade. We are tbe largest manufacturers in
onr line. Liberal salary paid. Permanent posi
tion. Money advanced for wages, advertisini;,
etc Forrerms a.idress
CkHrSKMIAl. UFO. CO.. Chicago, IU.
WM. 0. KULP.D. D,S,
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms 6, n, 28 and ,
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT. IA
J. M. GASPAKI),
Library BuildiiiL', lavenort. Iowa, Call for
estimates ana sec work before going to Chicfto
LOUIS K. GILLSON & CO.,
procured. Increase all other soldiers' claims
prosecuted. Wnie us about your case. Room 4.
metropolitan Mock. I hirat;o, I.I.
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICAL CO.'S
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
ii .nu id .i.iuii ii Lnnr, i. i . nrnncn: Marlon,
lnd. For sale by T H. Thomas, Druggt-tr. Rock
isiana.iu. sep. 2-dm
OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Estate of Sherman O. Elliott. Deceased.
Public notice is hesehy given. That the under
slimed. Ashley W, Elliott, administrator turn U
iHtnmto aiw.ro of Sherman O. Elliott, deceased,
has this day tiled his final report and settlement
as such In the county court of Rock Island comity,
and that an order has been entered by said court
approvinK the said report, unless objections there
to or cause to the contrary be shown on or before
the fire: day of October A D. 1WM; and upon the
final approval of said report the said A-liley W.
Elliott will ask to he discharged. All persons in-
lerefiea are noiinea lo slleno.
Rock Inland. 111., Aui;ut Anth,
ASHLEY W. KI.I.IOTT
Administrator etim trttantento anaro of Sherman
o. Klliott, deceaseit sept I d-3w
00LD MEDAL, PARIS
W. BAKER & CO.'S
It ahtnltilrhf purr and
it in Bolublc.
art uwcI in (it prrparation. It bu
wre (fern CArp ti i the atmngth of
Oorua litijtftl witli Starr Ii, Arrowroot
or fciifri, rd it thtrrfnre fr more
economics I, mutiny ( than on emt
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irtn-hjrthnitim. Kami.t InormTD.
mud rtmirably adiptrd fur invm!ti
wtll u torptrwint in health.
Noll by Ororer everrn-twrn
W. BAKER & CO.. Dorchester. Masa
Imtwrti l-rillmnl irammrm'V to iho.kiiL .
mores all iiititnle. freckles anil d woii irn t um. v.,v
sale by all nrtt-rlamdnunrl'ts, or mailed for W etc.
in stamps by
BABY SeERt'ei?!! FREE
I . - , lo maj piac in Um United Muus. Alto, hbf
til TrtJmlBpw J- tfrt. mxI Olrto Trtefe.
Vj v'' ji tes. On or mor u wholes! prle mhs
f AV r?k 0. T. ritrm from L 41. Hinwrt
I S JR"?. tl W. HmIimm SC. Chteart. 3 to
I A r,rt. TTv1 mymd. Hmd ae. amp for mw
yy vttSLUs' Intro. The (meat fMon to f k mH
4lTry fUUnrn ymt can and oompmra with oars before order
; ymi ar aot oMtrM t tray m ftaaw aad pay ornate pnae m
ad.tMrorn ab. We will ak and Kin Iu arder. Pot
aaraptoaof npbolitannr ptoahea, aand five Ir rtampa. Sand taa)
addraaa off taor friend who waat ana (jTMeatoea Uus papaj.
Btit t la acknowledged
the leadinir remedy for
UonorrtioMi i Ult.
2 he only sum remedy for
1 urescrf be it and feel
. aa ft in MAtmrnaHitt.!
-r su a- 'mmciniiii
ifcii P,n to all iiflerers.
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SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER (5 1890.
YOUR GROCER FOR THEM
TO THE AFFLICTED!
Why payhlK fees to quacks when the best
metlu-iil treatment can be tirul lirreain-
able pricesof The Peru t'heiuu-al i o.. pre-
parea Irom tho irem-rlitiiins nf Dr. Will-
Vnilliri II r U aunerimt from SciiiIikiI
I UUnU ITILrt auU Nervous Ih-blliry .
Iorts of Meiuory. IH-SLMtuUener. otc
lrum early inoim-retiiinsorutuercauMs; uistj
Ulfini C CCn Um "bo eaperienee a weakness
MIUULC'AOlU MCn luadvaueeol tU.-lryeiir-. ki.l
ney anrl Rlarliler troubles, etc, will tliui our Metliutl
of Treatment a sate, certain ana hpoiMy ft KK.
rillllll OICTIIiro rJxoerieiieepmTesthatln
JLmin AL THO I ILLLO. u-rnnl meiiicines will
who has given special attition U themi
diseases formally yi'nrs. prt-i-rltes Semi
nal Pastilles wlneb act ilireetlv 110.111 tbe
diseased organs, and restore vigor tietter
than Htomiu-b sliHllt-fnes. as thev are not
Change of dietor iiiterntT.ii.tiiiunuiiiiieM.
UflUC TBCITIICMT Pa.-knees Instlni:
iiuitl intHimr.ni fr..iui;.io.i.ij
Costing from it 110 to flfum. uwil with nu
f nlllnir ...m for nwr IhiM, vot.ru In lip
Williams' private practice, tilve them a trial.
CPPPIPIP tin Ql frtheKlilDeysandBlal.lercTires
wi lvii iv nu.ui reeeut cases In one to four days.
IITPDIMC CIITDnDUIP Sure t'un-for all forms of
UltninC CUInUrnlb Female Weakness, etc.
Call or write for Catalogue and Information before
OOttSUlUng others. Address
189 Wisconsin Street, MILWAUKEE, WIS.
-ALL KISDH OK-
Cast Iron Work
douo. A specialty of furnislilni; all kltnla
of Stoyea with Castings ot 8 cents
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
WHEN YOU ARE READY
to bnr a ttano.fort AT nnm n Im. ir mm m mumh
hand mntroment, ytra will conxult .ir own best in
WreM by wnting us f.ir U-mirt and prjoes.
Your irww eiwrktHv will t.-!l r, that it Is alwars
aafe to do btiKirwrn with a hnuhe ot et-nltlislird rri..
tatirm and wbeii yna al Wmro that such a honw sells
n" "'iT rmrrs quality run-irtered and
on the ea-wnt terms, yoo have all the lrttr nwna
fnr pluHrur rnar order with it We mhII f hM mt in.
st niments in th msrket at the lowest prices and hare
Our eihiliit includes stk Ii makes aa
The Peerlnwi Knnhe. The Artistic KroeKer,
The Popular l i-M-lier,
The New Knalnnd nntl IViim' Planoa.
Jbr particulars rait n o- write
CHAS. R. WHEELAN.
Undertaking and Embalmins;
Dimick Block, No. SOS '.1Mb St.. I ock I-land.
TJavine purcnased a complete line of I'n.le
Inggooils. with hearse and anpiinrlennce-.
havniir secured tbe services of Mr. tieo. K. I
of Clncapo. an sxpert fun. iul liireetor unit
balmerof 12 years experience, I am fully
pared to guarantee patllarli.in.
Mercer Connty Coal,
The cheapest ever known
$2 25 Per Ton for Cash.
Will Alas fnrifraof n fnniaiK ll.i.
j j t " " mils. ioi
i-iurwitiK -nu uo ti-iuTHi iinuuinf. Ufu.'e o(.rH
iite 8t. Jonej.b' church, tStfC-nl avrntiti,
IIS Ai LIVES'
By nsini; A. P. Schmid's, the pioneer resi
dent Lightning Kod dealers celebrated
which he keeps constantly on hnnd. Aiy job, r.o
uiaiM-i iwm i'iiiipui;su'u. none in iue most
scientific manner. Competition in
prices and quality Untied.
. A. F. SCHMIDT.
No. 821 Twentieth St., Hock Island,
(Member American Ticket Brokers' Ass'tn)
Rkduokd.Rates to all Points.
OFFICE In Adams Express Offlee nnder -Harper
BOLK AGENT FOR
Tha Pope Mfg Co.' Bicycles. Ladles aud
Children's Bicyclee a specialty.
After 22 years experience In taarhlnir Instru
mental Music, I wilt promise you more theory with
less lessons for the least money of any teacher in
under our supervision, anven each juvenile pupil.
Teachers will save mane to order thnir lu
Books of ns. One-third off of marked price on
Sheet music to every one. Leave orders, naming
author, at my music rooms, 1401 Second avenne.
We make a specialty ot teaching inexperienced
teachers how to teach.
Address me at 1406 Brady St., Davenport, la.
MitS. C. A. KEBEKEB.
I I 'AN
Dr. S. E.
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio.)
Has Permanently Located in
In the past two months he has successfully
-IOO '. K
of the most severe character.
Such diseases aa Kheumatism. Neura'pia,
Scrofula, Heart-disease, disease of the Liver,
K dneys, or of any of the secretory oruans; also
all k.nds of l.nnn dlseass or complications, such
sa A-MhniH. Br nchttis or I'leurisy. All kinds cf
nervous diseases successfully treated.
Positively and ertnanently cured, without the
oi-e of the iinifv- or any o, eration whati-vcr. or uo
rjTljwii of Manhoral, Seminal vVcakn.-, and
Krrors of Youth, positively and iierninmiitly
i'ossfively no case taken that cai.tiot lie
cured. I'om-spoudi'iire accompanied by 4c fa
stamps promptly answered
W. Tliinl Stieet, uear Main,
DAVENPORT. I A.
t:nrprrpe!t ESTABLISHED 1861 j 180 So.
bureiures!, ChCaRO, ins. ictarkst.
The Regular Old-Etabllslied
PHYSICIAN AHD SURCEOti
! still Treating with the Greatest
SKILL and SUCCESS
m AT.-r.t. -
Chronic, Neryons and Private Diseases.
WHERVOUS' DEBILITY. Lost Man.
hood. Failing Memory, Exhausting Drains,
Terrible Dreamt, Head and Back Ache and all
theenect leading to early decay and perhap Con-.-umpt
ion or Insanity, treated scientifically by new
method with never-tailing success.
-SYPHILIS and all bad Blood and Skin
Diseases permanently cured.
Mir KIDNEY and URINARY complaints
Gleet, Gonorrhoea, Stricture, Varicocele and
all diseases, of the Genito-l'nnnry Orparra cured
promptly without injury to Stomach, K idneys or
sNo experiments. Aft and experience
important. Consultation free and sacred.
at'All correspondence is sacredly i rivaie.
Forty Years' Practice enables Dr. Clarke tr. Guar
antee Tores in all Cnr;,Me Cases of Krzrms.
Srrnrula. Syphilis, rliad.ler and Kidney Ms.
eaves. I rnrurrhu-a sad 1 1 male Truuhlex. l.iTer
Complaint. Catarrh, all lilood. Skin and .Ner
No matter who lias failed to cure yon. write
Dr. Cl.irke a full history of your case. Hours,
ti to S; Sundays, o to 12. Call on or address .
F. D. CLARKE, M.D.,
186 0. Clark St., CHICACO. ILL,
NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT
Hiwlfle f,,r lvrf1TirriiM'IV!ti.. KonrU'K. Waki-
luint , fiuuiii ifprHsjoM. -iietiii(ir ! ut 1-tNia. rt
11 1 tint; In m-aintv nnJ Itvv.ti; to iihmv v !-. a . oil.'
tc.Ki Pr- niaHirt' Oiil A(T. h.n rt iiiio-. I us ti Potr
tn either sex. liirolu.itniy l.o -r-. t.i.,i im nmtot rhrr
''i-M In- oTer-cxnrium oi ilu ii .r t-t-lf. ,t u-e o
M ci-iiMlnlir-n. t h tcx contatn one month'- rrvat-
1.1 . niNit, ir i itr sj. m-ih iv mail preivt.i.1
Uith -. b on (or for MX hot--. Vill tn. nnr,-fa.i.
t-u.ir.iiti. o lo t-t-Min.i mnh.-v if ihf irr.atnifTit iuii t
RAKTZ A BAHNKNV
Drnirir1f, Sole Accnts, corner Third avenue anil
rw.-niietn ntnvi, Httck lnlaml, ill.
CHMMe5 golden specific
Ii n r l nf rtt,r nr t.-a. w la arrl.
elrt rnml. wilhnut Ihr- knnwlerlire ol the i.atim u
n mrf. It is !... I.iiol, hrml. and will elleet a
ir,rrni"""p''1 "'"" -"-hether thep,ti-nt isa
jn.vljrale drinker or an nlnli.lic wreck ft MIIU
. . 1 "I-""" so q.M.Mly ., Wlth ,uch w
hat the .aient .,...rVn no ,neoniieu.
rilv.i0'? aZ '" w,""-- hii eompl.-i.. relnrniMKiu IS
. , - wv.m ... ii. i.iam iree.
War-hall Fiher and T. 11,
fists. It.xk Inland. Ill
The Orcat French Kemcdy for Suppression
1-1,111. iiij irfr.iiarii:!..
uniies use lm uuc s rertoaical mi, or Parts.
France; guaranteed to accomplish all thst is
. , uirui. iu ue uea nioniniy tor trounies
K-t.ui.ni w wKiiit-n run uireciions wnn eacn
r. $3 pi-r hox or three I oxes for 5. American
Pill Co., royalty proprietors. Spencer, Jowa. The
Pennine pill olitained of Otto Kudert, Elm street,
liork Island, Jappe & Co., Davenport, and of all
...... K ... -. , aii4.-uw
THE MOLINE SAVINGS BANK
(Charted hy the Legislature of Illinois.)
MOLINE, - ILLS.
Open daily from 0 A M. to 3 P. M , and on Tues
day and Saturduy Bveniiurs from 7 to
Ioterrat allowed on Despofits at the rat
or 4 per Cent. p-r Annum
Of posits received in amount-s ol
$1 and U)warda.
SECURITY AND AD VANTAGE1.
The Ttriv.t umiMrt. .1 ,kA T -
, - - , 1- -j .(.piccr (. repnn-
Ml lilt' I ft tllA d.'IWIMllnva iPlm aM..um . . . . .
ted from horrowliiit any of its moneys. Minors
sou marneu womeu protecteiLhy special law.
llr.ll'VB, U W tTu H, I 1 . . . ..
. .-. .. . .. .. v , irrinrill , , II H -
TKU Skinnkh, ice President; C. F. Hiiinsii
Cashier. . '
TRPSTit:-S. W. Wheelock, Porter Skinner,
C. v. Hemenway, J Silas Leas, Q. Ii Edwards,
.ruin uarnng, a. n. n rtnt, J. s. Keator, L.
U. Hemenway, C. Vitr4hnm.
MrThoniilifli.M.nJ tj t. t
V. U. Rlti.tjcn, rres't.
. 1". Smitu, NnTB-rnw't.
F H. ltvAJC. S.-o-y.
i. 11. I'iril.AK, J'reas
SAFETY DEPOSIT CO.
FIltST NATIONAL B.VXK KDIUHNlJ,
DAVENPOET, - - . IOWA.
Perfect prolwtlon Hpiiut lmrglars, tliievos
anil lire, with lts n,e and lliir?l;ir j'r,,ot
units , ami Safes, ts now ,.re,,n.d to r '
Siiies in its iitilla, will, ,.it.r eiiil.iii:,ti,,lt ,
' is-ns 01 h-!W Hales nro al!
ilillfraiit, iiiul under Hie cunlrol of tlm renter
Kuril s:ile eontiiiiw tin I....- i,, . '.
valiial. i-s-jrist micli HiriiiiiniiMlati.ins ns are
-...,1,,. AiiiiiiiiisiriiiiiiH, i.xet'iitors. ;uar.l
ians, CapltalHts. Marrit'or Nii,BloV ..1 nln
1-armers, Meehanies. Trav!itnr Men "r
Si rangers, havinir valuatdes. lTirale reliriiie
riKiina Cor tlm examination tif papers. tto
frotr, Tln- .,ilar.s7 ."'to' Tlliny' IhAIh
eordiiiK to 8lz and I.KUon. Also, xurnee
.....111 imi a a, wupa or IDlllkS. If vim
are poinp to travel, this is the only pacs of ali-
aollltfl aiifetv In tlii. tl.r ..i.i f..J ',, ,H
and othor ' vuliIahJeT nme,"'rJ"
Call ami see our Vaults, whetiier you deairu
Haiti or not.
, . J. B01ILF8. Custodian.
CHARGE Ii "p-"cr"KS
Vrll.u 01 CHARGE fo purcr.1..
ara, on all CASH orders durins our 30-
OAV8' SPECIAL PRICE SALE.
HXlMEBTtTOCK. No prenoos
rlenos required. Wrtta tor troi ITS.
MUM CO.. K alassaaMlA:
08, E.G. Wests
Practical Tile anOricfM Layer.
Resedence 819 Twenty-first St. Yard near St Paul D-p-t.
Rock Island. III. '
t3T"K9timates famished for any kind of Tile or Brlrk in the market. 1 ayit.L ' !
ana ti.e walk a specialty.
Second Hand Goods
Buy , s. 11 and trades any article. a siN-ciaity ma i, . j. i..
Ni. 1614 St-. it:il Av, r
Has opened his New and Spnciotm
No. 1C20 to 1626 Third av-mi
wttere he wnuM ie plrfKAed t, see his friends.
All kind ftf drinka m s atA pM... n
fts.i- nu,,. i. .u . - " ,ir
only place in the civ he r you can get it. Honei
J. T. DIXOW .
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woole ns.
1706 Second Avn ;o.
P. W. HERLITZKA.
No. 229 Twentieth Street, next tr Conrad Sthneidtr's gr.very, lUk i-i .L,
for fine filling
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Made in the lateM atyle. Also repairing done with ne.tnea, and di-p;; h
Manufactnrer of all kinds of
Gents' Pine Shoes a specialty. Repairing cone neatly and promptly .
A share of y oor patronage respectfully solicited.
" 1618 Second Avenue. R.W Int..!. I
, FRANK BABCOCK,
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 2606 Fifth Avenue. ROCK ISLAM'
tar-New store, new stock, the boat itoojaat the
First-class Graining and Paper Hanging.
P. O. Box 672.
WHILIl 11 1 II l.nart Ik
CT'iwL!"" rii hh. ana. tuitk.
pTptu ll . 'a"1"" KIrtrlrttT ihrmirb all ll(
L.j rr.l.u-.o lh M IIKALrM aaa VHMHHtl aSTSKMITBl.
alT!li,2", '" ?. r . fen.it t.v I. cuk.
IVr T. ) i.mmr. WTMarar.
ASSKII ELKCTKICCa. iL.lu.l.i."tKtA8I?ILL
NOW s a Ra. . ZT.
Call or aetiat tn . .
- m ...Mininf
-, u.i 1 "r irr. cat
arrh, hum. Btomacli Troablw, .
. c. .iwu.iKBraruT not rnnutna.
tSn?JZ'r'im- iraoai VillS
A N il
in a i ;.
SI VLES AN!i . ,
If you are in .,
it Will pay y .;i
1 IfilS an l it;:: ,.: .,, ;
DAVIS & CO,
A complete rtock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, I'ai kin
Hose, Fire Brick, Ktf
Sole AL'etit! for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS
We yrnrantee every one porfert. and .!! -. . . ,..
Twenty day's trial, to re.-potiMh'i- ; it -
Safety II-atinrr Pil.-rs anil C..i.trv:..r- ! .
fiirnishinfi; and h nc Wntt -r, hi, 1
Few it Pipe.
1712 PlKfT ,K r.
R.H k IsKu-l, 1 :. -
Telephone 1146. Rrsidet rc 'I t-ii ; .. r.- : i
Dealer in New and
i w wtn Known irti.K ti rr ,,
Beef Lnnce every .lay fr.n.i 1 1
lowest prices. A share of natrons ;e ' '
Shop Fourth Ave. bet. 91 t and 2M : '
HAS IBTSKTED A
which doai iu work in a thorough mien--'
. I . . ... ; MfnilT.t
moroueniv pannes tne air - t
-., wvuu.mu, ameiia. r or mie mi ...-
P&ICB 50 CXXTS PER BOTTLB.