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Morris Rosenfleld Given an Ovation
by His Men.
The Employe of the Mvllati Wob
toapuy Ha r prise Thrlr I'rfaiilfit
at Ills llama la This I'lfy-A Mortal
Time la Hla Heaar.
That was a handsome compliment
which was paid Mr. Morris Rosenfleld,
president of the Moline Wagon Co., by
his employes last ereaing. It was a dem
onstiation in his honor, of which he well
might feel proud and pleased. There can
be no more forcible illustiation of a man's
worth than to witness three hundred of
hi employes, including workmen in all
branches of the industry which be di
rects, cluster about bis home and with
music, good cheer, shout for joy at his
safe return from a foreign land. Such
was the greeting of which Mr. Rosenfleld
was the happy subject last evening.
Accompanied by Mrs. Rosenfleld, who
met him In New York on his return from
abroad, Mr. Rosenfleld reached the city
Tia the Rock Island road at 7:45 last even
ing.and was at once driven to hia beauti-
ful and spacious home, corner of 'IV nib
street and Third avenue. Hia office and
factory employes at the Wagon com
pany's works hvl learned of the
time of hia expected return, and dur
ing the day bad raised a fund among
themselves, chartered five of the larg
er cars of the Molioe & Rock Island
Railway company, secured the services of
the Moline Light Oaard band and at 8
o'clock started for Rock Island reaching
the corner of Tenth street and Second ave
nue at 8:45. The men quickly formed in
line and making a circuitous march by
way of Nin th street and Third avenue,
entered the grounds qwietly through the
bun and were grouped near the win
dows close to the house when the band
struck up softly "Home, Sweet Home."
Mr. Rosenfleld was sitting in his parlor
chatting with a few personal friends who
bad called when the strains of music fell
upon his ear. He had received no inti
mation whatever of the surprise in store
for him and on going to the door the
throng of men which met his eye was some
thing be could not comprehend. Those
foremost in the ranks grasped his
band and expressed their bappines? at
bis return, and the others bad begun to
press when Wm. Walters, shop foreman,
mounted the porch, and proposed "three
cheers for Morris RosenflelJ, three for hia
family, and three cheers for the Moline
Wagon company." The response was of a
most hearty and enthusiastic nature,
and then Mr. Rosenfleld. stepping
forward, spoke his appreciation of the
compliment paid him. and expressed his
pleasure at being back again. "I am
glad to see you again, "he said, "and what's
more I am pleased to see you looking
and feeling so well. Come into the house
all of you, and make yourselves at
home." At this the suggestion was made
that something had been planned for at
Turner ball, to which Mr. Rosenfleld re
plied, "Well, boys. I'll go with you."
The men cheered lustily at this announce
ment, and quickly formed a col
umn, to the head of which Mr. Rosen
fleld was escorted and the march taken
up via Third avenue to Turner hall, the
band playing merrily as the procession
proceeded. The hall reached, refresh
ments were served and some time passed
in happy greetings and social intercourse.
The affair finally wound up with three
cheers for the president of the Moline
Wagon company, and Mr. Rosenfleld
again thanked his men for their good will
and bade them good night. A train
of street cars came down at 10:30 and
bore the boys homeward.
Mr. Rosenfleld left Rock Island on
April 21st last, and during his trav
els abroad has visited the chief points
of interest in Eagland, France, Switzer
land and Germany, paying an extended
visit to his brother, Dr. J. Rosenfleld. of
Horb, Wurtemberg. To an Arqus re
porter, who had a few minutes' conversa
tion with him, Mr. Rosenfleld stated that
his trip had been one of great interest and
pleasure to him in every way.
On next Wednesday the next races will
take place at Riyerview Country club
commencing at 9 p. m. with a five mile
running race followed immediately by as
many different kinds of horse races as
can be arranged. The distance will be
half mile heats, two in five hoises for
every race. If it can be arranged, the
programme will be as follows:
Boadsters three minute race.
Facing, free for all
Trotting, S:40 class "
Kuumug, free for all "
There is more catarrh in this section of
'the country than all other diseases pat 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 therefore 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 teaepoonful. It acts directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys
tem. They offer one hundred dollars for
any esse it fails to cure. Send for circu
lars and testimonials. Address,
F. J. Chxnkt & Co.-i Toledo. O.
t7"8old by druggists, 75c.
rr v. - K :
YOUTHFUL DECLAIM ER8.
Literary Oonteat for the Drmtrrit
Silver Medal Won by His aitnr
res. Last night at the Central Presbyterian
church there was a large attendance to
witness the contest between a number of
bright young ladies for the Demorest
silver tuedal. under the auspices of the
Y. W. C. T. U. This medal was to be given
to the one who satisfied the judges as to
her superior merit in recitation. The
judges were Mr. Groom and Miss Strat
ford, of Moline, and Rev. H. C. Marshall.
The programme was an interesting one
throughout and the young ladies who
participated delighted their bearers and
acquitted themselves in the most admira
ble manner, exhibiting careful training
and intellectual qualities.
Miss Charlotte Bromley, in an excellent
voice and with appropriate gesture, re
cited "What Shall We Do With the Sa
loon;" "Moral Suasion" was discussed
ably by Miss Hattie Hengstler; "The
Monopoly of Abomination" was reudered
by Miss Grace Sturgeon. This young
lady is one of last year's graduates and
with much feeling, earnestness und grace
of manner she portrayed the oft
told tale of rum. She carritd off
the trophy of the contest, the silver
medal, which she received amid the con
gratulations of her friends. Mies Anna
Bromley displayed a voice well cultivat
ed for declamation, and held her hearers
in admiration until the final sentence of
"Prohibition the Hope of Our Country."
Miss Nellie Wilson told of the woes of
'The Martyred Mother" in a plaintive,
pathetic manner and was eagerly listened
to. Miss Edith Fitzpatrick, iu a clear,
commanding tone, which stamped her as
a plowing orator, gave nn "Arraignment
of the Rum Traffic." All these young
ladies are bright, cultured and attractive,
and gave an exceptionally entertaining
evening to the largeudience that filled
The recitations were intwispersed with
vocal and instrumental mutc. Miss Anna
Schnitger rendering a song of sweetness;
Mrs. J. F. Robinson gave a piano si.lo
and Prof. G. E. Griffith sang in a rich,
clear voice, "Many S.iil Out That Never
Sail in," which demanded an encore and
was responded to.
Mrs. M. K Metzar. of Moline. award
ed the medal with appropriate remark".
The rrcitatiou given by Miss Sturgeon
was from the pen of Ta'maire.
TIIK PROBABLE NEW ROAD.
The HeaniiiK or li.e Petition of (hi
Moline Central ICfore the I'll)
Coawril T that t'lty JIoimIs) Might.
The Moline Dhpalch has the following
concerning the petition of the Moline
Central Electric toad before the city
council of that city last Monday niaht:
The first business was the reading of a
petition from the Central Street Railway
company, asking the city to join in the
construction of an iron bridge over Dar
ling a creek ravine, the total cost of which
is estimated at $3,750, and of which the
street railwav company asked the citv to
i pay 91,01X1.
Mr. h. II. Guyer. of the Central Co..
who was present, was asked to address
the council on the subject for the in
formation of the members. Mr. Guyer
staieu iqhi me company proposed to
extend at once its electric line west
ward from Fairmount on Eighteenth
avenue, with the ultimate intention of
building into the business portion of
Rock Island. The route would include
a dip northward, about two blocks west
of the present terminus to Sixteenth ave
nue, thence on Sixteenth avenue to" the
city limits, where Fourteenth avenue in
Rock Island would be met, thence along
Fourteenth avenue for some distance.
Iron had already been ordered which was
probably sufficient to build the line on
Fourteenth avenue to a point as far west
(and south of) Augustana college.
The present extension would involve
crosaing the Darling's Creek ravine. This
was practically unsettled country now,
but the extension of the line would cause
it to be built up, and the city would soon
have need of a bridge there. The
company had originally instructed
Mr. Boynton, bridge architect for the
Rock Island railway, to also make
plans for a pile trestle instead or
a bridge; but Mr. Boynton had called at
tention to the fact that the C, R. I. & P.
bad a suitable bridge for the place which
it would sell for the cost of scrap iron
The bridge contained good material, but
it was not quite heavy enough for the
heavy new engines and cars now being
used. It could be constructed over the
ravine so that it would last fiftv years.
and cost less than a wooden bridge. It
was twenty feet wide, and would be
planked with three-inch plank. In the
discussion it came out that the ravine is
located something more than 300 feet east
of the Rock Island city limits.
On motion of Alderman McBetb, the
petition was referred to the street and
alley committee to report at next meet
home Ainusln-; Anatrera.
The kc'hxiI examiners in South Africa
seem to get jv selection of qnito as amus
ing answers as any th.it statu! to the ac
count f tho pt'holitrs in our own elemen
tary srhooLt. ITeru nr? n few specimens:
"Tho diiy in long'.-r in KiimiinT owing to
exjiansion by the lic:it." "Tho npjiei'
course of a river is where it travels nn
country, tho middle course whore it poes
on a level. "Once u vear wo havo the
whole bright eido of tho sna tnrucd to
ward ns, then it is summer. Tho nun is
in the KoUiec, and stand.- still. "A bar
is a piece of iron across a river month.
It prevents navigation and lias to be cut
throrrjjh with a pteam edge." Chatter.
Mr. Hiji'iup (floorwalker for tho firm
of Spotcash & Co.) Aw Mr. Spotcash,
if I should wish to take my vacation the
first week iu Heptemirer would it aw
bo ahsking too much?
Mr. Spotcash Not at all, Ilighup, not
at all. Spare you ju:st an well as not.
Mr. Ilighup goes out of his chiefs
privato oflico with tho mercury in the
thermometer of his self conceit several
degree's lower. Chicago Tribune.
lie Coutdn't Help Himself.
"Eat hearty, Mr.Bliven," said the land
lady. "I hoytn yon will help yourself
whilo yon are here."
"No,", sighed Lilly in an undertone,
"I can't; tho reason I stay here is because
I can't help myself." Washington Post.
He Hadn't Any.
"Have you an umbrella?
"Um, let's see; it's raining, isn't it? If
1 remember right I left my umbrella
standing in tho hall rack. No; I haven't
toy." Washington Post.
Regular Sept . Sessi. ra A . D . 1890.
(Official Re xirt.I
Pursuant to law the board of super
visors in and for the county of Rock IsK
and and state of Illinoin convened in the
supervisors' room in tho city or Rock Isl
and in the county and utate aforesaid on
the second Tuesday, thj 9th day of j3ep
tember. A. D 1890. Present, all the
members except Su perv sor Frick Super
visor Smith, chairman presiding. Min
utes of last days' proceedings of the reg
ular July meeting read nd approved.
Petitions signed by over four hundred
members of the FarraeiB' Mutual Benefit
association, the Farmers' Alliance, and
other voters of the county, asking the
hoard to reduce the salaries of county of -fleers,
including the steward of the poor
farm, to the sum of $ I. '.'00 per year, and
fix the sheriff's allowance far boarding
the prisoners at thirty cnts per dav.were
referred to the committee on retrench
Supervisor Burrall moved that the
overseer of the poor of Rock Island be
authorized to send thee lildren of Mn J.
Burton to Hacnihal, Mo , provided the
cost ef transportation does not exceed
Board adjourned until tomorrow morn
ing at 9 o'clock.
. Board met pursuaut to adjournment.
Present all the members except Supervi
sors Frick and Smith. On motion Su
pervisor Tearsall was chosen temporary
chairman. Minutes of yesterday's pro
ceedings read and approved.
On motion of Supervisor Hanna, the
voting place in Zuma township was
changed from Joslin I t Wake's school
The clerk laid before the board a peti
tion from Fisher & Fenno for ferry li
cense acroys Rock river, which on motion
was referred to the coiiimittee on roads
A communication in relation to the sale
of swamp land was on irotion referred to
the committee on miscellaneous claims.
t'oanty H mimibic.
5 Lucy P Savage to Claries W Suman,
part of lois 10 and 11, dock 4 Pitts.
Gilbert & Pitts' second sddiiion of Mo
line, $ 1.60O.
Moline Water Power Co. to Simon Ol
son. lot 4. block T, Moline Water Power
Co 's fifth addition to Mr line. $450.
Adam Alrtay to Mary Reimers. lot 5,
and 7. block 4. Eist Rock Hand, f 1,000
P Anderson to Nels R sene, out lot 13
and part of out lot 14, B die's addition to
6C H Stoddard to William Payne,
nnj, part of lots 2. 13, 1", 2. $2,b7j.
8 P B Moore to Wil iam Thomas, i J
of n J and ne. sw 9. 16 4w, $325
L M Seahure to J A Johnson, lot 8,
block 2, Aldiv's ud iitio'i to Kast Rock
The Banner Coal & CohI Oil Co. to Fliz
aheib Wood, part swj. 3'i, 17, lw. $8.
Nellie L Anderson to Luther Hester,
part lot 2, block 26, old town of Moline,
George K Anderson to Luther Hester,
part lot 2. block 26, old town of Moline,
J E Z-igler, et ul. to Luther Hester,
part lot 4, block 26. old town of Moline,
Horace M Anderson to Lither Hester,
part lot 4. block 26. old town of Moline.
4 Estate of Sarah J. - Slater. - Renun
ciation of right to admini- tcr bv uext of
kin filed; letters of admir iteration issued
to Seth W. Slater; bond filed and ap
6- Estate of Eli.alwth A Moore. In
ventory tiled and approved.
Estate of Edward C Woodward L et
ters of administration issued to W. D.
Woodward; bond tiled ami approved.
8 Guardianship of Slella Robinson.
Report of sale of real estate of waid filed
and approved and deed ordered.
Estate of Andrew Lydelm. Report of
sale or real estate to pav t ebts tiled and
approved and deed ordere i.
Guardianship of Wikancer heirs Ouar
dian's report filed and approved.
9 Estate of William Putch. Inven
tory; appraisement bill and widow's
award hied and approved.
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 i very Saturday
evening, with good music at Joseph Ru
ber's garden on Moline avenue. Every
other day in the week except Saturday
tne garden is to let
$50,000 to loan on real estate security.
in sums of $200 and upwt.rd, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst. Attorney at
law, kocr island.
Peoria. 111.. Sept. 12th and 13th. Fri
day and Saturday, the Ilock Island &
Peoria railway will make an excursion
rate of one and one-third (are on certifi
cate for this occasion.
F. II. Rockwell, Ag't.
Pozzoni's Complexion Po wder produces
a soft and beautiful skii; it combines
every element of beauty and purity.
Mclntire Bros, have a lit w and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Safety from a Pestilential Scourge.
Protection from the dMeae. not a milicinl
eent which merely checks til T proxynm, in
the trraml desiileratum whenmrr the endemic
rrnnree or malaria prevailH. Onimne dorn not
afford this protect-on. The cuief reamn why
Hosteller s mmacn inner!) nat won mull Ini
meni-e popularity t, that It prei ares the nylem
to rei!t the nmlarl.il ten. ) hie it doe tiy
bracing and toninz the nlivsiral oranixm: rpu-
lnliu aii'l promoting anronnl How and iliHtrihu
tion of the animal tluida, and rManlixhing
direction on a sound basis. Not only Is fever anil
ague prevented, but the worst typaa of the diftenae
are conquered by it. Much ia the only conclusion
lo be drawn from the orenvheln ine evidence in
its favor. It in liver complaint, i;euernl debility
and rheumatic- complaint, and is a rcaiiuhle
Some very striking argumants are being
used in congress just now.
TORlfY YOUR BLOOD!
PftSPAItED ONLY :T
FLEMIEB BROS., PiTTSBilRSR. PJU
Warranted free from Injurio is Drugs.
Cheapest and best place in the paper for
Want." "Lost." "Sale" and "Rento nntW.
Only one-half cent a word. Everybody reads thia
column. Try It.
healthy location S30 Fourth avenue. U-5t
SKCOND-HANO PBHN1TURB, boueht. Bold
Or eZCh&nireri- Vnn.f Inanul aw Vmm1...m
FOR 8ALK VALUABLE PATH NT IM
provement on Elevators. Now in operation at
Star Finishing Works JM35 HamUton St., Phllada.
Pa; preserves life and limb; for full pr.rticulara
apply to BOUT J. WALKS K. Inventor.
WAN1KD-A PARTNER WITI1 80MK
money ; to take charge of horse and buMfr
to canvass in the country; rood rereience re
quired. Address M. II, box 81s, Milan, 111. 6
WANTED. A LADY TO MANAGE A
Urancn office, at her own home, for the Fa
mous Female Specific "Orange Lily"; a splendid
opportunity : address with stamp. The Dr. Coon
ley Medical Institute. South Bend Ind.
TTTANTED-QENERAL STATE AGENT TO
VV open headquarters In some nrincinal it
amue exclusive control ct our business and ap
point local aud ftlb-au. uts in ever ritv in ili
state; Roods well known, staple aa flour, in unl-
rcn.ni Demand, anu pay a nt rtollt or 60 to 100
percent. Address THE UNION COMPANY.
X'MBKR-LUMBBR-YAKD WORKMEN OK
J all grades, can secure alotrtv .
the lumber yards of Chicago at from jl.50 lo
vS'JP-.1" dy on BPP,,tl'" In person to E, E.
jv. i-ifc. croreiury or uie uiitcago Lnnioer
Yard Dealer'a Association, rnntn kih rh.mlu. i
Commerce, 8. B. corner LaSalle aud Washington
Dliiru,, VUILIKU, III.
PROFESSION AL CARDS.
J. M. UEAKDSLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office with J. T. Hen
ri worthy, 1745 Secoud Avenue.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Rock Island
National Bank Building. Rock Island, I1L
. D. BWKKNCr.
O. U VALIH.
N KEXEY Si WALKER.
ATTORNEY8 AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
OWce in Beugxton's block. Rock Island, IU.
McEXIRY & McEXIRl,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on eood
security, make collections. Reference, Mitch
ell Lynde. baukers. tHiioe in Postofflce block.
THE DAILY ARUUS.
FOR SALE EVERY EVENING at Crampton'e
Newsstand. Five cents per copy.
DRS. RUTHERFORD A BUTLER,
fJRADOATES OF THE ONTARIO VETERNA
M rv college. Veternary Physicians anp Snrgcona.
Office: TindalPs Livery stable; Residence: Over
Asters Hakery, market square.
To sell our goods by 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. Forrerm address
CKNTKKNIAl MFQ. CO.. Chicago, El.
WM. 0. KULP.D. D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms 6, 7. 28 and i,
JTake Elevator. DAVENPORT, I A.
J. M. GASPAU1V-
Library Building, Davenport, Iowa, Call for
estimates anu see work before going to Chicago.
LOUIS K. GILLSON & CO.,
procured. Inrr?ae all other soldiers' claims
prosecuted. Write ns about your oaaa. Room 4,
Metropolitan block, t hicago. 111.
To sell the popular M. K. ADJUSTABLE FORM
CORSET. It is worn by Indies wishing com foil
anu a goon rorm. f or particulars address
ELGIN CORSET CO.,
River Strict. ELGIN, ILL.
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Located ia
In the past six months he has successfully
of the most severe character.
The names of a few who live in Tlavennort ani
vicinity, who have been successfully treated are
given oeiow :
Mr A L Vain, Mrs Jlarv Watson, rheumatism
Miss Lizzie Vance. Mr John Speiker. caiarrh;
Miss Anna Davis. Mr Wm Sankeyf, scrofula; Mrs
J A Wtancr, Mr F I. Ma onhamer. httaft disease;
Mrs F W MarMhall, (11 years standing) piles;
Mr Samuel Speiues, (IS " ) piles;
Mr Ioiah Ihity ( 1 ' ) niles;
Mrs May Wendt. 3 A Wrtpht, Sarah Munson,
Frank Hayes, Wm McQranahan, N K Thompson,
These are a very few of the many testimonials
the doctor has, but they are enaugh to show what
can be done by one who thoroughly understands
the pause and treatment of disease.
(SfLoss of Manhood, Seminal Weakness, and
.rnirs oi louin. positively ana permanently
"Posiiively no case taken that car.not be
cured. Correspondence accompanied by 4c Is
stamps promptly answered.
Office McCulhiugh's New Block.
W. Third Street, near Main,
BOLD MEDAL, PARIS. Xn
W. BAKEK & CO.'M
Is abtnlutelu tntrt and
No Chem icals
art nwd In In preparation. It aaa
mnn ttaa ikrm Hi ec Uu Mmgt St
Curua miml witr. 8tarch. Arrowroot
or Hue., and u Utrrrfnre far am
ernnoiiilcal, cottimti U than tmm mm
m rw. It l. drl Kini Vimfuhin.
tmilttheuiiicr, Easily iMUBrrrit,
ami admirably adapted fur invalid
a well a lor ptrauai ia health.
bold by Growm rvirvahvn.
W. BAKER & CO. Dorchester. Mas.
Impart a li lliiant tranomrerM-v l th.kin P.
I moves all piimiles, inrkles and uiMilnratinn. ir.
a h""j Hri.riAHaaniirtrrui,orma
laaieliy all not elaHadnnnrl'ta.or maiinl fur 60 clu
In stamps by
4. i. rozu4
Iir ia aoltnowledRed
the leadinir remeilv for
Uwiorrtura aV 4m.
2 he only ante remedy for
La0rnspa or W h i tea.
1 pretM-rf be it and feel
sale in rec an mending it
U all sufferer.
Hole by braarvtotaV
Dr. S. E. UcCREARY
Tat ns Chi wk Pn
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. li)Ov
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ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM
OTICK TO OONTRAOTOKS.
Sealed proposals will he received at the City
Clcrk'a office. Kock Island. 111., until Mon lay
September 15th, 1SSW. at 5 p. ia. f.ir ciin-trurtin '
the imiiroveineuta ordered by ordinances of said
citv, pasied respectively June lKlh and July 2!t,
iMfti, and entitled "An Ordinance for the con
struction of a sewer oiiTwt-nty-sei ond street from
the north line of Ninth avenue to the north li ie of
Fifth avenue, there t connect with the ninin city
sewer. Alo, "An Ordinam e for Hie construction
of a sewer in the alley next south f second
aven' e, between Seventeenth and Ku'Meentii
Plans and cptcitlcalion- can lie seen at the eity
All bids must be arcomimnied with a certified
check in the sum of Two Hundred dollar paya
ble to the city treasurer of said city in H'e ihe
bidder shall fail to enter into rou'rart wlilt ap
proved suretien to execute the work for the
pr re mentioned in his bid.
The city reserve the rtifht (o reject anv md all
bids. KOBKKV KOEIILKK. I'iiv" Cleric.
Kock Inland, 111., Septcmler4!h, 1M lot
OTIClfi OF FINAL 6ETTLVMKNT.
Estate of ShermanO. Elliott. D. cased.
Public notice Is heaehy iven. Th.tt the un'ler
siirned. Ashley W, Klliott, adininisirator rum -tamtnto
anaro of Sherman O. Elliott, deceased,
has thia day tiled his final report and settlement
as such in the county court or Kork Island county,
and that an order has been entered by rani court
approvituc the said report, unless objections there
to or cause to the contrary be shown on or before
the fire day of October A T. 190; and upon the
dual approval of said report the said A-hley V
Elliott will ask to be discharged. All rsons in
terested are notified to attend.
Kock Island, 111., AulMI-i Soti. 1890
ASHI.KY W. KLLIflTF.
Administrator ciim tftammto anaro of Sherman
O. Klltoit, deceased eept 1 d -Sw
JJI3SOLUTION OK FARTNKKSIlir.
Tlie co-partnership heretofore cxMInc tinder
the firm name of (.ray A Sehafer has this day
been dissolved by mutual consent, Mr. ieor;e
Schafer retiring and Wm. Gray conlimiiiii; the
business at Ihe old stand
Bock Island. III.. Sept. 6th, ltfwi.
-ALL KINDS OF-
Cast Iron Work
done. A specialty of furnishing- all kinis
. of Store with Casting;! ot 8 cunts
A Machine shop has been added where all
kluda of machine work will be done tirst-rlass.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
CHAS. R. "WHEELAN,
Undertaking and Embalming
DImick Block, TSo. 80S 30th St.. I ot k Island.
Having purchased a complete line of Undertak
ing goods, with hearse and anpnartennres. and
having secured the services of Mr. Ueo, K. Heed,
Of Chicago, an SXDert funeral riirertnr Hint t'tn.
balmerof la years experience, 1 am fully pre-
lareu hi iroKriTiu'e sausraction.
The cheapest ever known-
$225 Per Ton for Cash.
Will also contract to furnish Tile and Brick for
sidewalks and do general baulling. Office oppo
lie St. Joseph's church. Second avenue.
Telephone liiW. T. H. KLLtS.
HOMES AND LIVES-
By using A. P. Schraid'a, the pioneer resi
dent Lightning Hod dealers celebrated
which he keeps constantly on hand. . Anv job, no
matter how complicated, done in the iuosl
acientific manner. Competition in
prices and quality defied.
A. F. SCHMIDT,
No. 821 Twentieth tU Kock Island,
R. R. TICKET
(Vember American Ticket Brokers' Ase'tn)
Reduced Rates to all Points.
OFFICE In Adams Express OfBce under
Harper Bouse. -SOLB
; The Pope Mfg. Co. 'a Bicycles. Ladies and
Children's Bicycles a specialty.
After 22 years experience In teaching Instru
mental Music, 1 will proroiae you moretheory with
less lessons for the least money of any teacher in
under onr supervision, anven each Juvenile pupil.
Teachers will save money to order their Music
Books of as. One-third off of marked price on
Sheet music to every one. Leave orders, naming
author, at my music rooms, 14U1 Second avenue.
We make a specialty of teachlntr inexperienced
teachers bow to teach.
Address ma at 1406 Brady St., Davenport. Ia.
MJIS. C. A. MBKKB.
Hew Coil? Coj
Jtim f nMcU ESTABLISHED 1851 ISO SO.
SUTe tCreSlJ chlcogo, Ills. .ClarkSt.
Ttfl Regular Old-tsuDiisnca
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON
l itlll Tmatlitff with the Greatest
Cliroiiic, NcrToiis ani Private Diseases.
J-NERVOUS DEBILITY, Lost Man
hood, Failing Memory, Exhausting Drains.
Terrible Dreams. Head and Back Ache and all
tlierffetts leading to early decay and perhaps Con
sumption or Insanity, treated scientifically by new
mevliod with never-tilling success.
e-SYPHILIS and all bad Blood and Skin
Diseases permanently cured. .
Sj-KIDNEY and URINARY complaints.
Gleet, Gonorrhoea, Stricture, Varicocele and
all diseases of th"! Gemto-LVinary Organs cured
promptly without injury to Stomach, Kidneys or
Mf No experiments. Age and experience
important. Consultation free and sacred.
tta'AII coi respondence is sacredly private.
Forty Years' 1'rartire enables Dr. Clarke t. Guar
antee Cure in all Cnrable Case of Krzrma.
Krrofala. Krphillx, Kladder and kidney lia
eane. l.eanirrhira anil l-Vmalr Troalilea. I.iver
l iimplaint. Catarrh, all Blood, fckia and firr.
No mailer who has failed to cure you. write
Dr. Claike a fnil history of vonr case. Hours,
8 to S ; Sundays, 9 lo II. Call on or address
F. D. CLARKE. M.D.,
186 So. Clark St., CHICACO, ILL.
TO THE AFFLICTED!
Se"Wj Why payMBfeestoqnaokswbenttiebest
- ja, ) meuicai treatmeut ran ue nan rur ran.
"t 3 able prleesof The lern Chemical Vj pre
Sf Pard from the prescriptions of Ir. Witl.
1. "mm iridh.1 ihvk't:in of world-wide rnutef
sunerntic inim iseoiinai
and Nervous Debility,
m2f&r Loss of Memoi
niory. Despondency, etc-
Jntiu early InniM-retronaorotneroauaea; also
If Ifini C Ifrn UCU experience a weakness
MlUULL'AUCU NlCn Inadvanoeof thelryears.Kid-
pey and Bladder tmnble, etc, will nnd our MeUHMl
of Treatment a Knfe, Certain and Speedy CCKK.
CCU1U1I D1CTIIICC Kxperienceprovesthatln
OtMl N AL I AO I ILLEO. ternal medicine akm will
notcrurptneatMiveaiimenta. ur.v imams.
olio haseiven aixxial attention to these
ti-'n4-9 furinanv venrs. prescribes Semi
nal frtMilleM which aet directly upon tne
diwn.ed nrnn.and restore viaror better
than Stoniaeb Medicine, aa they are nA
changed tiyttiearriMricj u lee and require no
ctutiure of diet or inlerruptioninbrjAineaa.
HOME TREATMENT from lUiHUdays,
eooliiit! fn.ru .i.iitlf.(Hi. nsed witb un-
f nllittu .i.e.w, ft trover thlrtv vmn in 1 fcr
R'Hliam private pm. ll.-e. lve them a trial.
CPPririf Un CI fortheKldneysandBlarJilerenrps
Oltullllj nU.01 riH-ent rase In one to four days.
UTERINE EUTROPHIC tHZSiSSJfSS"
Call or write forCatnlotraeaud InfomiaUou before
Cxmaulliritr oilier. Addre
THE PERU CHEMICAL CO.,
189 Wisconsin Street, MILWAUKEE, WIS.
NERVE JII.D BRAIN TREATMENT.
Fr-f;1..' f r Hvst'ri, I;rnit--. Kn N"-iriL'i.i, Wats
ti!'i M.'tl:il lN-prt-.st(Ml. (rin ntr ot th LcMin.rt
('( mi :r in iti-ntiitv tiTi'l i n"tiir ttii',t y It-ftv "tnu
if ih Pr ni-ii urv "i:t Atrt. Vn i-tiiii- . I .i IYmv.t
f. l-ivr-tnuffii i .- . ;.n-l Sjt-rm..:tii h"
;--: i' Iu titiTiXt'i lion ol Kit In tl.i. M il iicu
it- t ul l-jvin? h.xt It (h-t ninijln- mif n.'iiTt,V irvat
TM.'ni ft Ih'x. t't m ftr t tit Ifr mtu: rvriit-i.
V. i h 4-..-U ir;UT ffr i mii. -, MtH yemt fMip-hx-vr
r-;n ti.T"v- to iwuml iium v ii tljf trfttTm nt latii ta
i"a:i'. OtutranttH-s IS.--U.-! oiii --f ttuine only by
Dru-'irlst. Sole Acent. corner Third avenue and
Twentieth street. Kock Island. 111.
lAUT?f WOfftO 7HXSSirr0Ol
D?HAifES GOLDEN SPECIFIC
l eaa he erlve In a ,f rolfir or tea. aria artl-
rlr f food, without the knowleftee of th. patient, if
iivsary . It arnolutely harmla and will e fleet a
p"-mnnl and arvv1y- cure. whoThrr the patient ts a
noderare rrinknr oran acholic wreck. IT NKVKK
t tit . Il orwratea so ouleily and with aneh eer
taintv that the patient underpowi no mennvenleoee,
and ere h is aware, hia complete reformation ia
cBected. 48 pave book ol particulars free.
Marlihll 4 Fi-hcr and T. H, Thomas, drug-(ri-ts,
Kock Inland, 111. may 5-dwly
The Great French Remedy for Suppressions
and Monthly Irregularities.
ljulies t'se Le Due's Periodical Pill, of Parts.
France; guaranteed to areomplish all that is
claimed for t hem . To he nsed mom hly for trouble
peculiar to women. Full directions with each
fvI. 52 lr box or three I oxes for 5. American
Pill Co.. royalty proprietors. Spencer, Iowa. The
genuine pill obtained of Otto Hudert, Klmstreet.
Kock Island, Jappc Co., Liavenpoti, and of al)
THE OLIKE SAVINGS BANK
(Charted by the Legislature of Illinois.)
MOLINE. - IIj'L.S.
Open daily from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M . and on Tne
day and Saturday Evening from 7 to
Ititerrtu tvllowe.l on Dcsposits at the raU
of 4 ih-.i Cent, per Annum.
Deposits received in amounts of
$1 and Upwards.
SECURITY AND ADVANTAGES.
The private property of the Trustee is reepon
sible to the deimr-ttors. The officers are prohibi
ted from liorrowiac any of its money. Minors
and married women protected by special law.
OrMcKR-: s. W. Whckuick, President; Po
teuSkihkkr, Vice President; C. F. Uiiiswit,
TRrHTKxa: S. VT. Wheelock, Porter Skinner,
C. F. Uemenway, J. Silas Lea, O. H. Edwards,
Hiram Darling, A. S. Wnjrht. J. S. Keator, L.
H. Uemenway, C. Vitethnm.
. "TThe only chartered davings Bank In Roek
F. II. Mn.i.cn rres't,
8. F. Smith, ico-l'nx't.
F H. IIvax, Sw'r.
J. li. Ftfij-AK, 1 iraa.
SAFETY DEPOSIT CO.
riKST NATION.VU ISANK BUILDING,
DAVENPORT, - - - IOWA.
IVrfer-t prolcctioii j..;.i,iin l.iirtrlars. tlih-ves
ami i,ru Willi its Ho- mid llurclar-IT.ad
'ilts : aii.l taK Is now piriwre,) t rent
fwi'.- in its iinlts, with , itl r conil.inaiiim ,.,
k- ks. j I.h I s ot tin-so sates ate nl
ililli'ri.if, nntl iiudir tl ontrol of I he renter
Iji- Ii sale ..iiilains a tin 1h. in witieh U iil;nt
viiliiiildes-just swh iii-e.iiiiiiiih:tioii as are
wanted .y Adinliiiitraiora, txei-iitora. 4iU:iiil
laiis, v-ipit;ilists M timHl or single W..iu,-n,
l-uniii-rs, Mivliuni.. Ti:vc:iiis Men, or
StratiKers, luivin Viilu il.les. I'rivat retirtini
riMillis lor the emniii:it;oii ot Kipers. t(.
Sales in all sict. laiiin;: in price, iM.r annum"
Inmi Tin-. lmll.lrs hi. to Tliirtv K.lUirs iel
eor.lins to sie- ttnd hvitioii. Also, titoraue
li.Hitn for iKi. kai.'1-s, Ikix.-s or trunks. If vTMi
are a-oins to travel, this is the only pUoe of b
solnUs safety in the throe l ilies lof your silver
atut other valualiles. Clitrires reasonable
Cull and see our Vaults, whether you desire, a
M. J. ROHLFS. Cusfotfion.
WHEN YOU ARE READY
to buy a piann-firrte or nrean. tie It a new or sanrmd
nana mtnttnent,;oa will consult viair own beat in
tret by writ ine ns f nr t-rm and prices.
Your own eianenee will l. ll jon that l is always
safe to do business wit h a li.sisr- of tsttalilished repu
tation and ln ynn al-s Inarn that nuch a house anlla
arnod as-the lowmr rni.'KS qualitr enmrterod. and
on the easiest terms, ymi hava all th hettw rwaa
fw piaoina; ycrnr order with it. V sell th brat in
sunmonht in the market ai the lowest pnoea and have
Planus to suit all t-4a and purse.
Our exhibit include such snakaa as
The Peerless Knabe, The Artistic Kraecer,
The Papular Fischer,
The New Fnaland and Pease Pianos.
Jbr particular call on or write
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICAL CO.'S
Spectacles aDd Eye Glasses.
4 ana is in amen uine. m . v. Branch: Marion
id. For sale by T 11. Thome, DrueRint, Rock"
FUnfJITURE FREE OF
sees, on all CASH order durins our 30
OAVS' SPECIAL PRICE 8 ALE.
IJlLit.G. hest s
1v- .-- v? - ' -.
C .iiSiW Oak Siove
Practical Tile and Brick: M Layer.
Residence 819 Twenty -first St. Yard near St. Paul Dr-p t,
PfKstimates fnrnished for any kind of Tile or Brlrk in the market. I ay c t br.k
and ti.e walks a specialty.
"W. J" 03STJBS
Deafer in New and
Second Hand Goods-
Bay.-, sells and trades any article. A snecialiv ma i. .' .i.arlit.
No. 1614 StT.r.l Avti3f
Has ojvnrd his New and Spaciou
No. 1620 to 1G26 Third avenue,
where he would ne pleased to see his friends.
-TCiA" kin1r ar,n''- ell a Ale and fortcr. and the wi11 known drnk ' 11 . ; ind ?," d
iu we ciiy woe e you can pet it. Koast
And Dealer in JVfens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
P. W. HERLITZKA.
No. 228 Twentieth Street, next trt
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Made in the latet style. Also repairing done with ncatne and d:srh
Mannfactnrer of all kinds of
Gents- Fine Shoes a specialty. Repairing done Bcatlj and promptly
A share of your patronage respectf ally solicited.
llf? Sfoond Avenue. I-itd. I
Dealer in Groceries ami Provisions,
No. 2G06 Fifth Avenue, UOCK l.-LASD
tJew store, new stock, the best itTod at the
House and Sign Painter.
First-claas Graining and Paper Ilincing.
P.O. Box 672.
BABY Selivei?!-! FREE J
Jtf anv bla m ti i:... . . .
mmn- ""fl", li aa4 Oirl.' Tnr
U a l 4na rrda L .. hwWI
Im.Bl S.MuImm fit . a. . .
'lSa4: Srad . rmc tm n.w
w TS Urroa tart.rf In tlx wnrll.
- vr ia,a wit tmnMurtumcr.
i,i to liy at Imm and p., a,uu. pm tar
XMaas-nnaU. will auk aa4 Uim urW. tm
Mtrfaiaiaiariniipluthaa.aeiHiawlr ten. Sraatbs
UraBtMa au payat.
"S? CU REDm
Catt or send for rin-ular CBUHurJ
I.t ar.BriUfliwe, Ktthia.
Ecaroia. Hvniii I jt . . . .
Tl;.T',B5n'- Stoaaach Troabtea. ate.
siaaiSaan aad Kaaii Imaa, lUlllbO, lu.
- Va-gq it Wf:l pay , to
- Jte immenM. lire
1KI n.l l r - i-
' . See,
DAVIS & CO,
A complete siock r
Pipr,' Brass Goods, 1'aikir.e
Hoae, Fire Brick, Etc
Sole Aire nt for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10RS
We fmarnntce every one erfr-t. ar. i : i rTcC.a
Twenty day "s trial, to re-j-'r- W.r ;aTTir
Safety lleatinej Doiler an." CoMrartnTi 1 1
furniahins; ernl lavin? Water, tud
Sf wer Pipe.
Uisk If'ani", I'hK
Telephone Ills. Rrsidrt ie ir' ;1
Boef Lnnce every day fn.ra li ;..
Conrad Schneider's grocery. R. I'B4
AND SHOES -
lowest prices. A share of pair.-r.:.- WL
Shop Fourth Ave. bet. il st and -1
' .GEO. GEEEN,
- HAS IllVSKTSD
which doe Us work in a taenia" a"-
Oni thorouithlv purines the sir n-,stt
all obnoxious smells. For sale at
PHICB 50 CKNTS FEB BOTTIJ-