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THE HOCK ISLAND A11GU8, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26. 190.
HAD SOMETHING TO SAY.
Hat Noniehew r Other lie Craldi'c
e In the Kirhf Poaltloa to. May It.
And dow we are told that Mr. Oest had
something to tay on the Hennepin canal
and secured time to Bay it in, but as Gen
eral Henderson had charge of the bill and
appeared for the locality immediately in
terested,'' why, he gave way and didn't
speak his piece. Here was an instance,
then, where there was no excuse- about
not being able to catch the speaker's eye.
The time hd been granted him and he
had hi piece by heart or in his pocket
and yet he failed to deliver it but gave
way to somebody else. What was the
necessity of securing the time to have his
little say and then not say It? Between
the speaker's eye and the trouble that he
is always having about the other fellows
talking so much that he cannot get a
chance, Mr. Oest is having a sorry time of
it. But it Is said Mr. Henderson "ap
peared for the locality immediately io-.
terested." Of course the locality for
which Mr. Oest appeared wasn't in any
way interested. And "it was deemed of
the highest importance that more remote
parts of the country should he heard from
in advocacy." The more remote parts
were to give place to the parts less re
mote, and Mr. Oest wiggled out of the
whole business and let the others attend
The Colored Man.
The republicans become very solicitous
about the colored man when an election
approaches. They pretend they take an
interest in his race and that they wish to
elevate him. A southern colored man
named Lmgston was kept banging
around the capitol at Washington recent
ly for a long time, waiting to be sworn in
as a member. He was not elected, hut he
was a republican anil the republicans
were in sore need of enough votes to make
up a quorum and so they had him admits
ted. Some of the republicans spoke of
him as "the d 1 nigger" and said the?
would not sanction his becoming a mem
ber of the house. They cared nothing
for his race or his elevation or his prog
ress, hut if he would vote for republican
measures tliey would muke all tliey use of
him possible. That is all the republicans
ever c ircd for the colored man. That is
all they care now. They take advantage
of his lack of education, make him be
lieve that every democrat is opposed to
him, because he w&s a slave in a section
of the country that was largely democrat
ic. They do not tell him that northern
democrats fought as bravely for his free
dom as any republican that ever lived,
and that be g t as much at the hands of
the democrats today as he does from the
most earnest republic ins. In no section
of the country is the colored man looked
upon with Its4 favor than in republican
New England, more especially Massachu
setts. The most enlightened colored men
have hail their eyes opened to these facts
and their vote? cannot be carried around
in republican pockets as largely as they
Mr. 4'nblr'N Idea of Taxation.
Bays the Union: "Mr. Cable on the
other hand believes in the policv of tax
ing our own people to support the gov
ernment." Yes. Mr. Cable believes fuliy
in taxing our own people to support the
government. It would hsnlly he expect
ed that he would as-k any other nation to
be taxed for Unit purpose. But Mr. Ca
ble does not believe, as does the Vn'on
and Its friends, in taxing the people that
a few manufacturers in the ea9t may grow
enormously rich, and out of that richness
to make no equivalent return to the gov
ernment that so generously and unjustly
assisted them in making it by robbing
eyery other class in the nation. Mr. Ca
ble does not believe in bleeding the farm
er by oppressive taxation. that money msy
he squandered at election time money
that has been stolen from these same
firmer under a high protection policy.
The farmer his no oily tongued, weilthy
lobbyist to go to Washington in his in
terest as have the eastern mon of wealth
to look after theirs. And then would be
no necessity of employing such a class of
disreputable people if congressmen
would only d their duty. If our con
gressman had voted no on every bill that
came up to steal from the taxpayers he
would have had a record to be proud of,
and could have come back home without
a b'ush for his conduct. How is it now?
What will he say when he is asked why
he voted to oppress the very people who
sent him to Washington? What will he
say to the farmer when he asks him why
he wanted to make his taxes higher Did
he not think that the farmers had bur
dens enough that he should forget them
so soon? It is the same with those who
live in the town and cities, and Mr. Oest
lias sealed his fate by his actions.
I.aat lay orthe Fair.
The Davenport fair and exposition
practically closes tonight. Yesterday's
rain interfered somewhat with the suc
cess of what is usually the hig day.
Nevertheless there were 15,))0 people on
the grounds. The first thing in the afters
noon was the exhibition drill competition,
postponed In the morning on account of
the mud, took place in the afternoon, on
a plat of ground inside the nice track in
full view of the grand stand. The three
competing drill teams were from Com
pany B, of Davenport, Company C, of
Muscatine, and the Kemper hall cadets.
The contest was a fine spectacle, and all
three teams acquitted themselves admira
bly. In the team drill Company C took
the first prize, $125, Company II taking
tcontl, 100. and the Kempers third, $7",.
Their percentages as figured by the judges
were, respectively. HI!. 55, Wi.nr., and
00 31 .
The races were the best of the week.
Rival won the 2.40 class in straight heats;
Hhylark the paring race, free for all.
A Roman chariot race and a Roman
standing race were introduced nnd ex
cited great enthusiasm.
The prairie chicken season opens in Il
linois today. As a consequence the sales
of whisky and gunpowder arc taking on
the proportions of a boom.
After all, the best way to know the
real merit of Hood's Sarsaparilla, is to
try it yourself. Be sure to get Hood's.
PASSED THE ORDINANCE.
TtaeCtlty Ooaaell tm Mperlal Meaataa
Urania the Klcata Prayed for by the
'Official Report . J
Crrr CocNcn. Rooms, Rock Island,
Sept. 25. The council met in spec
ial session at 8 p. m.. Mayor Mc
Conochie presiding, and all the alder
men present except 111, Tindall and
Knox. Tbe mayor stated that this meet
ing had been called at the request of the
Holmes syndicate to take action on the
ordinance in relation to the electric
equipments of certain street railway'ser-
Alderman Larkin. from the ordinance
committee, offered an ordinance entitled,
"An ordinance authorizing and regulat
ing the equipment and operation of cer
tain street railways by electric power."
Alderman Bladel moved that the same
be adopted. Adopted unanimously.
On motion of Aldermon Scbroeder the
Koiikkt KoEni.ER, City Clerk.
23 Albert Ritter to J H Robinson. lots
9 and 10. block 1, II R Edward's ad to
John F MurravtoR ASlioholm. part
nej. 8. 17. lw, $225.
Harah M Celene to Swan Tropp, out lot
2, Aldav's ad to Eist Rock Island in Mo
Swan Tropp to Alfred Cclene out lot
2, Aldav's ad to East Rock Island in Mo
Laura E Wilson to John AHedburg,
lot 4, block 3, Sinners 2d ad to R x'k Is
Chas A Johnson to Frank A Lundahl.
lots 1, 5. 17. lw, Hodges' sub div, $.700.
Amos Lage to J F D Riekbush, part of
lot 2, block 3, Howard's 1st ad to Rock
John L Peterson to Henry P Bulink,
part nwj. and ni. swj, nej. 6, 17,le, $1,
350. Ja24 James F Robinson, hy heirs, to
admes U Robinson, lot 9 and 10, Edwards
dition to Moline, f 10.
Lizzie A Taylor to Patrick Maguire.Iots
12. 3, 17, 2. Webb's subdivision, 135
Sarah A W Erving to Louie E Stevens,
part of lot 2, block 1. 33, 18. lw, Healey's
H C McConnel to Johanna Koepps.lots
0, 35. 18. 2w. James M Beardsley's sub
M E Sweeney to E II Oliver, lot 1.
block 4, Rodman's subdivision, $1.
W B Hill to II Zimmerman, part of lot
7, block 1, J W Spencer's second addition
to Rock Island.
E W Hurst to E H Ouver.part of lot 10.
tdock lots 1. 2. 18. 19, 21. block 2. lots 1.
3. 4. block 3. lots 5, 6, block 4. College
25 Estate of John Kelly. Final ac
count of executrix tiled and approved,
estate closed and executrix discharged.
LICENSED TO WED.
20 Edward Carter to Miss Georgie
23. AIN-rfG. Linen to Miss Ella
24 Chas. J. Quist. to Miss Minnie
Peterson, Osco, 111. Edward Veltily to
Miss Sophia Scbroeder, Rock Island.
25. Carl Coderlund to Mrs. Km ma
Hillsdale, Sept. 21.
A. Goodrich is attending the Daven
The potato crop is turning out rather
poor in this section of country.
Miss Bessie Robinson, of Wisconsin, is
visiting her friend, Nora McMurphy.
Rev. Broadfoot delivered his farewell
sermon at Enterprise Sahbath evening.
The W. C. T. W. bold their first meet
ing at the L B. church Wednesday after
noon. Some of our younc men who are in the
habit of taking private lessons in prolii
tin, on Sabbath evenings, should see
that they have an ex'tra supply of lamp
shades, as light is prt-fertihte to darkness
at all times.
In regard to our candidate for bheriff.
C. D. Gordon not being tall enough to
look over Luther Pearsail's political
fence, is a grand mistake, as he will not
only look over, but jump the fence when
November rolls around; and not have to
stretch himself very much either, as
stated in the Port Bvron Globe.
Muap nnd Thins.
While Private Fifer i-t on the stump he
might state for the information of the
people of Illinois whether he charges his
soap and tooth brushes to the treasury as
Governor Oglosby did. But ptrhaps he
misht lower his standine as a republican
private by confessing that he used such
articles at all. St. Louis Republic.
Governor Oglesby will visit Rock Isl
and in a few days to tell the people how
they are robbed without knowing it, and
he may incidentally renwk that as the
farmer pays the bill, what's the difference?
Republicans have a way of telling such
things that farmers sometimes believe
them. Now, mark how cleverly Oglesby
will state the proposition, that the mure
the people pay in taxes the better they
are off. He will not leave the stump
without doing it.
AdvertlNed l.ixt of l.ettern ,o..1M.
Lit of letter uncalled for at the FoKtolrlce at
Kock lulund. Kock Island county. IIHmit
Sept. Mi, ISO):
Blair Carrie E Patroll Morris P
(Irithani John II Hendren M
Kiri!'-lnn E U Laiix ,1 R
Martin Cliriatina Owmod .luilra
Snrgennoo Williams Selby Henry
Schoiter Julius J Turner Jon rare Arsenal
WierAlfi'd K'lwunl Edward
HtebbinB .1 II prea Nilt bk
HOWAKD WEIXS, Y. M.
There is more catarrh in this section of
the country than all other diseases put to
gether, nnd until the last few years was
supposed to be incurable. For a great
many years tbe doctors pronounced it a
local disea.se, 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 closes 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 esse it fails to cure. Send for circu
lars nnd testimonials. Address.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O.
CTSold by druggists, 75c.
Three Harveit Excursions.
The Burlington Route. C. B. & Q. R.
R., will sell from principal stations on its
lines, on Tuesday, September 9 and 23,
and October 14, harvest excursion t'ckets
at half rates to points in the farming re
giiwis of tho west, southwest and north
west. For tickets and further informa
tion concerning these excursions, call on
your nearest C, B. & Q ticket agent, or
address P. S. Eustts, Gen'l. Pass, and
Ticket Agent, Chicago. III.
We find fit. Patrick's nilU In Ha won.
extra and to give splendid satisfaction.
iney are now about tbe only kind called
for. W. A. Wallacr. Onain Inst Frvr
sale by Hartz & Bahnsen, druggists.
A TV'aU Irom a Victim.
"My charge for pulling a tooth,
madam, is $3."
"Bat, doctor, isnt that rather dear?
Other dentists only ask $1."
"Ah, but you must remember, ma'am,
they hurry over their work, wh ile some
times I spend an hour or so j ailing a
tooth. I must charge for my time, you
lieaten by His Tank.
Visitor Poor fellow, is he violent?
Attendant Once in a'whiL. You
see he started early in the season to keep
the scores and percentages of tho differ
ent bstsebiill associations and brother
hoods, and it was too much for his
No Vanity Among Mm.
Tliey were talking of tho vt.nity of
women, and one of tlio few ladiea pres
ent undertook a defence.
"Of conrso," she continued, "1 admit
that all womn nre v.-tin. The 1 ion are
not. But, by the way," she suddenly
broke off, "the necktie of the hand
somest man in this room is up under his
She had worked it. Everyman pres
ent put up his hand to his neck. Phila
A Woman' a Woman All tlio Time.
Adventuress (on tho stage) I will
have my ends, even though 1 mm t steep
this dagger in his blood.
Same Adventuress (in her room at the
hotel) Oh, heavens! Mary, there's a
mouse! Hand me a chair, quick! Now
run out and get somebody to come in
and kill the horrid thing. Willia nsport
A Ittter liny Flood.
Miss Pondir I'm sorry you don't en
joy diving. It's heavenly!
Mr. Gussey Help (gurgle silence.)
Do Not lie Too Hard on Them.
Cumso The poor drug clerks shou idn't
be blamed if pouio one is killed occanion
ly by the mistakes made in filling pre
scriptions. Banks Why not?
Cumso Because they must save a
great many lives each year by malring
similar mistakes. Chatter.
Sinks Candidate Getthore's elo
quence is very great, 1 am told, and is
having a marked effect in the district.
Jones Yes, indeed. Why tho old
man promised every man in my town
the post-office, and the whole tov.-n's
wild with enth usiasm. Chicago Tines.
It Mii;lit Have Seen Service Itefor. .
Ethel There's one thing that doe-m't
suit me aliout this engagement.
Maud What is it?
Ethel Jack didn't havo to go to town
for his engagement ring. Ho simply
went up to his room for it. Puck.
"What a horrible punishment!" ox
claimed Cumso, as he laid down r.he
newspaper. "What is it, dear?" ar.l ed
his wife. "An American gentleman in
St. Petersburg ho made a Russian cat
his words." Boston Times.
It Wa (iood Cement.
"Is that cement any good?" asked a
prospective purchaser of a traveler.
"Any good.-" was the reply, "wly,
I should think so. You could mend the
break of day with that cement." Quit
ter. Tluvi Would Tte Heavenly.
Ho 'class of 5i0) Did you heah th tt
astonishing discoverwy they've made
that hair grows after death? l
She Oh. I'm so e-hwl Mav-he vim '
have a mustache in heaven Life
The Huilo's Request.
The dude looked on In doep disgust.
As Binoka she puffed In tiny jets.
"Oh, kits your pug dogs if you must.
But let us have, tbe cigarettes."
Ftva Boom Cortagai.
22x28, with kitchen addition ami ct's
tern, on Thirtyaevenlh Rtreet, for siiie,
on monthly payments. K. H. Outer.
A Beprttva for the Condemned.
Wretched men and women long Condemned to
suffer the tortures of dyspeusi. are filled wil l
new hope after a few doses of Hostetter's Ktomue'i
Bitters. Tbls budding hope blossoms into the
fruition of certainty. If the bitters is persisted In.
It brines a reprieve to all dyspeptics who si-ek It i
aid. Flatulence, heartburn, sinking at the pit of
the stomach between meals, the nervom tremor
ana insomnia ot which chronic Indiireatlon is thi
parent, disappear with their hateful pro'enitor.
Most Denencentor stomacntcs! who can wonder
that in so many instances it awakens grateful elo
quence in loose who, uenenuea oy it, sneak vol
. . 1 I 1 .. l. L. ...... 1 i. ; ' . . . .
uMtriry iu iui iKumi ifc require a irraphlc pt
to describe the torments or d
many of the teat.moniala leceived bv tii
tors of the bitters, these are portrayed with vivir
truthfulness. Constipation, biliousness, muscu
lar debility, malarial fevers and rheumatism are
relieved by it.
Warranted Free from Injurious Drags.
The children's health must not be ne
glected. Colds In the head and enuffles
bring on catarrh and lung affections.
Ely's Cream Balm cures at once. It is
perfectly safe and easily applied into the
nostrils. It also cures catarrh, the worst
cases yielding to it.
For delicacy, for purity, and for im
provement of the complexion nothing
equals Pozzoni's Powder.
PURIFY MR blood
PREPARED ONLY BY
FLCMlrlB BROS.. PITTSBURGH. PA.
Cheaict and bent place la Hie pajwr for
'Wants," "LoHt." "Sale" and "Kent" iiotire.
Only onc-hnlf cent a word. Everybody reailp ibis
column. Try it.
)R VtENT FIVK l'LKASANT ItOOMS-
healtliy location fourth svejiue. li-'l
SECONlMlAXi) FURNITURE, boutht, Hold
or exchanged. Money loaned or Furniture
tored at Southeast corner Perry and Third Sts.,
FOR SALE VALUABLE PATENT 1M
provenu'iit on Klevaiors. Now in operation at
Star Kininhint; Work, Hamilton St., Pliilnria.
Pa; prenerves life and liuib; for full particulars
apply to ROBT J. WALKER, Inventor.
WANTED. A LADY TO MANAGE A
II much office, ai her own borne, for the Fa
mous Female Spt'Cinc "Onuiire Liiy"; a splendid
opportunity ; address with stamp. The Dr. Coon
ley iledical Institute, South Bund Ind.
WANTED GENERAL STATE AGENT TO
open headquarters In some principal city,
assume exclusive control cf our business and ap
point local and sub-ais- nts in every city lu the
state; pood well known, staple as Hour, in uni
versal demand, and pay a li t l rotlt of 90 to 100
percent. Address THE UNION COMPANY,
744 Broadway, New York. 25
LUMBKR Ll'MBKR-YAKI) WORKMEN OF
all grades, can secure steady employment in
the lumber yards of Chicago at fiom 81.50 to
$3.00 per day on application in person to E, E.
HOOPER. Hecrctary or the Chicago Lnnibcr
Yard Dealer's Association, room 618 Chamber of
Commerce, S. E. corner Laalle and Washington
streets, ChitaKO, 111. W
J. M. BEAkDSLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office with J. T.
worthy, 175 Sn-cond Avenue.
JACKSON & 1ILHST,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office in Rock Inland
tt..Nat;onal bank Building, Rock Island, 111.
S. D. BWEKNBT.
C. L. WALKER.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW
xiOfltce in Ucngston'a block. Rock Island, 111.
McENIRY & McEMRV,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan mom-yon eood
security, make collections. Reference, Mitch
ell A Lymie. bankers, office in Postofflca block.
THE 1AILY ARCH'S,
OR SALE EVERY EVENING at Crampton's
News Stand. Five eent per copy.
DRS. RUTHERFORD & BUTLER,
pRADl'ATES OF THE ONTARIO VETERNA
llrv college, Veternarv Physicians anp Surgeons.
Office! Tindall's Livery stable; Residence: Over
Asters Bakery, market square.
UAiriTlliC'C Teaches in st ude
Mt-CLIInnO trade mi.' then St
them in railrosu serv.ee.
Send for circulars.
TCI TCDKPUV VALENTINE BROS.
ItLtOnftrni 13-13 Janksvillk, Wis.
To ell our iootls hy p-tnipU to whoi?ilt and rt'
Hil 'raile, VW :tro Tho liirrt niannf nrtuur in
our Mm. LitHTtit salary p'tUi, lVrinane.it- posi
tion. Monr y aincd for wacea, ..dvertitfing,
etc. Forrerm a I'lre
CKNTENm&L, MFQ. CO.. Chlcaso, Hi.
To sell the popular M. E. ADJUSTABLE FORM
CORSET. It is worn by Ladies wishing comfort
and a uood form. For particulars address
ELGIN CORSET CO..
WM. 0. KULP.D, D,S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Itooms art, 47, 28 and
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT, 1A.
J. M. GASPARD,
Library Buildine. Davenport, Iowa, Call for
estimates and see work before ifoiiij; to Chicago.
JyLOUIS K. GILLSON & CO.,
procured. Increase all other soldiens claims
prosecuted. Write us about your case. Kootn 4,
Metropolitan block, ( hicau'o, lil.
CHAS. R. WHEELAN,
Undertaking and Embalming
DImick Block. No. 808 20th St.. Rock Island.
Ilavinp purchased a complete lino of Undertak
ing (roods, with hearse and annuartennces. and
Jiavinp sernrefl th svt..n t Mr u.n e U.uil
Vbf Chicago, an sxpert funeral director and cm
ftajmerof la years eTperience, 1 am fully pre-
pii en to pnarantee satisfaction.
After 22 years experience in teaching Instru
mental Music, I will promise yon more theory with
less lessons for the least money of any teacher in
under nnr supervision, siren each Juvenile pnpll.
Teacher will save money to order their Music
Books of n. One-third off of marked price on
Sheet music to every one. Leave orders, naming
author, at mry music rooms, 1401 Second avenue.
If ock Island J
We make ai specialty of teaching Inexperienced
teachers bow to teach.
Address uie at 1405 Brady St., Davenport, la.
MKJj. C. A. NKBEKEB.
Pack carefully and
Prsrpav Freight FREE
I Z. " Ot CHARCE to nurrhn
I eraVPP "fcASH orders during our 30-
DAVS'DLAfAL PRICE SALE.
NlTBEJTO JK. No previous exn
1 -raifoc .
1 17 '
. PI1RF '"V&hIA
t tti'si i
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM
OTICK OV FINAL BKTTLKM KNTs
Estate of Sherman ). Elliott. Deceased.
Public notice is heseby piven. That the uni?er
sit;ned, Ashley W, Klliott, adiiiinisirator rum Iff
tttinento anoro of Sherman o. Kllintl. deceased,
has this day tiled his Hnal r. p.'rt and settlement
as such in the couuty court of Kock Island comity,
and that an order hit been entered by said court
approvinie the said report, unless objections there
to or cause to the coutrary be shown on or before
the tire day of October A D. 1S!; and upon the
final approval of said n-ort the t-aiil Ashley W.
Klliott will ask to be discharged. All (M rsuns in
terested are notified to nttend.
Kock Island, ill., Aui;i)st 301 1300
ASIILKY W. KLI.lOTr.
Administrator tvm tntamento annrv of Sherman
O. Klllmt. deceased sept 1 d Hw
Estate of barbirti Ttlss, I!Ce.i!;ed .
The undersigned, having been appointed Kx
ecutor of the estate of Bar: aia Kiss, lute
of the county of Kock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby trives notice that he will
appear lefore the county rourt of Kock Island
county, at the office of the clerk or said court, in
the city cf Kock Island, at the November term, on
the First Monday in November next, at which time
all persons having claims against said estate art
notified and requested to attend for the purpose ot
having the same adjusted. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment to the tiiidersjiriied.
irnteu tuts isth dayw septcniner. a. imw.
Sep Hi d3iv
JOHN KISS, Executor.
Estate of Charles Dunn, deceased.
The undersigned havinir been appointed ailmin
istratrix of the estate of Charles Dunn, iatt
of the county of Km k Island, state of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby cives notice that she will appear
before the county court of Kick Island county, ai
the olHce of the clerk of said court, in the city ol
Kock Island, at the November term, on the first
Monday in November next, at wiiirh time all
persons having claims against said estate are no
titled and requested to attend for the purise of
having the same adiusted. All persons indebted
tosaidestate are requested to niaku innucdiati
pavment to theunderslKned.
Dated this Ulth day September. A. I. 1 90.
CA I II K KINK A. DUNN, Ailui'iiistrairix.
sep 16 d:J.w
Br. S. E. H
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio.)
Has IVrmanently Located iH
In the past six months he has siicrcs-fully
of the most sever character.
The mimes of a few who live in navonpnrt an i
vicinity, u ho have been suN;esr.f4ilIy treated are
jrivrn mow :
Mr A L Pain, Mrs M'iry Watson, rheumatism :
Miss Liazie Vauce. Mr John Speiker. rnmrrh:
Miss Anna Davis. Mr Wm Sankeir, srrofnla; Mrs
1 A Wisner. Mr P I. Ma onhamer. hefi disease ;
Mrs r W Marshall. (11 years staiul inri pi'es;
Mr Samuel Seices, (Is ' ' ) piles:
Mr Isiah Doty (7 " " ) Miles;
Mrs May Wendt. 4 A Wrlchi. S:irih Munson.
Frank Hayes, Win McOranatiati, N u Thompson,
These are a Very few of the many testimonial
the doctor has, but they are ctiu:li to stmu whit
can be done by one who thoroughly uiutiTslatKls
the cause and treatment of disease.
?yjOH of Manhood, Seaiitial Weakness, and
Errors of Youth, positively and ermiiiieii(iy
fSTTossitively no case taken that ci:no( he
cured. I'orrespondence accompaiiied bv 4c is
stamps promptly answered.
Office McOullongh's New Block.
W. Third Street, near M:r,
-ALL KINDS OP
done. A specialty of furnishing all kinds
of Stoyes with Castings ot 8 cents
A MACHINE SHOP
has beeu added where all kinds of machine
work will be done first-class.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
WHEN YOU ARE READY
to bay a piann-forte or nnran. bs H a now or second
hand irralmmsnt, jfoo will consult your own best ro
WnwiU by writing us for terms and prices.
Your own sxiwrfmai will tall roa that it is always
safe to do business with bimseof MxhlishMl repu
tation and when von Insrn thut such a house sxlls
anods at the uiwpst Piui'Ka. ipi-lil? eonsidersd. and
on the sasisNt terms, yon havo -It ths Ixtter masim
! plaeina your onlnr with It. We sell the best in
etrnmenU in tbn market at tlie Wsst prices and have
pianos to suit all tat and purses.
Our exhibit inclndns such mskss as
The Peerleaa KtabcTbr Artistic Kreefi-er,
TL. P.hi.1.. t'l 1....
The New Knslaad and reuse Planoa.
sfbr pariicvlara call on or write
Imtinrts enllisiil traiMmt:;n-v t.. taskiik. H-
S moves all pin.plii, rrerklt-s ami (lir(ili.na:nns. Kit
Isiileby sit lirt-cln dnii?ri t or mailed for fid cts.
I V II M n 'tarnp y
I! B Iltf IIP" A.n.oM.
HI. I U.W
Ww.. .... . V
vm ir-K. p-t? s i ,- -.-
bure tCreS!, Chicago, Ills, i Clark St.
Tho Regular Oid-tstaDiisiiea
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEDH
b tii'.l Treating with the Greatest
Chronic, toons antl Private Diseases.
-MERVOUS DEBILITY, Lest Man
hood. Failing Memory, Exhausting Drains.
Terrible Dreams, Head end Back Ache and all
theefleen leading o early decay and perhaps Con
sumption or Insanity, treated scientifically by new
methods with never-failing success
iT SYPHILIS and all bad Blood and Skin
Diseases permanently cured.
rKIDNEY and URINARY eomrbinU,
Cleet, Gonorrhoea, Stricture, Varicocele and
all diseases of the Genito-Unnary Orpns cured
promptly without injury to Stomach, Kidneys or
St- No experiments. Ace and experience
important. Consultation tree and sacred.
ae'All coriespondence is sacredly priate.
Forty Years' Practice enables Dr. Clarke to Guar
antee Cures io all Curable Cases i'f Krzcnia.
Scrofula. Syphilis, lilailder and kidney Dis
ease. l.rarorrhpa and Female Troubles. I. her
Complaint. Catarrh, all Wood, Skin and .Ner
No matter who baa f.iiled to cure yon. write
Dr. Cl irke a full history of your case. Hours,
8 to 8; Sundays, 9 to 12. Call on or address
F. D. CLARKE, M.D.,
186 So. Clark St., CHICACO, ILL.
TO THE AFFLICTED I
M'hy TnyMfcjvtoqatutwhon the be
nitIical trvif tnifritrMi. be hnd for reason
abl pririft(jf The lVrufbeniiaiKVi., pro
parMl from the ircM:ripuoim of Ir. Will-
mnit.aih)Hi'ianol woriu-wuie reputef
VnilllC IICU ulTcrinic fntn Seminal
IUUKD HCJI and Ncrruus lability.
iAnm ot Mfuiory, IepjnJenrjr, etc-
Ironi early Indi.TPtioDHor oliier cauttea; alro
Uinni I- ACCn IIPU wno -Prcnce a wraknra
MIUliLL'HOLU iTiLll lnttJvano. of theirrnan. Kid
ney ami BIarfl!rtnublrt, etc., will And our Mtuud
if Tnkatmt.nt a Safe, tVrta.n antl Heedy CL'KK.
?Cli!lllf D1CTIIICC KxpuriencepniTeauiatin
OCMIn AL 1 Ao I ILLLO. u-rnat meticin tUt will
Iwbo baafiven fipeclai attention to thene
'clisoa.Hea forniany yeara,prevrribe9 Semi
nal 1'aNtiJlea which art directly upon the
(itneam orynnand reMore viiit-r better
than Stomach Medirtntw, as they are not
changed bythefcaittricjuli'e and require nu
chance of riietorinteirutioniribtiHineaa.
HOME TREATMENT from l.rto Wday.
cRtlliR from KI.UIto(l.OU, used with un
fnilliiif itiim.f.fu.f.irovi'r ttilrf v mn In 1 Ir
Williams privute praetlee. tJive them a trial.
PfPIFIf1 tin VI lortneKianeysanOHiaaaerciirea
OrLulilu tlU.OI recent cases in one to four days.
IITtTDlUC CIITDHDUIP Sure Cure for all forms of
UlCninr. CUInUrnlu Female Weakness, etc
Cnl! or write f'irCatnloiriie and Information before
Oonsulunir others. Addnews
THE PERU CHEMICAL CO.,
189 Wisconsin Street, MILWAUKEE, WIS.
NERVE AND BRAIN TBEOT.EKT.
Sptviflc fr llvrteria. I'iaxinc--.'it-'. N-r:it;rifi.. ''n'te
i Moth a) li'pr.tMi. t-Miii-ir i: ih l:-ni:i.n
-r 1 1 1 - r in in iimiv un.i l-:uilnL' t. inv y :e. .. am
ifalh. Prvm.ttuiv lHJ Apt'. It.trivMiiv.--. i.tis- ! I'tt.it'r
::ii.licr r-x. Iiivoltmifir lo?--. and S;-t nutti i h ex
aii-i"! i uver-evurtiici i lb' lirain. M-il-.tl u e i
rvi unlnltTtMttv. Kmt li hx n-.tuitt- nut1 nionl h. trr.it
(i! $' a l'V, or hi .ir $i, ttiil lv mail n i.u 1
i.s etf-h ctrdcr f.r mxi( v.iil Mn1 pun Ii -an
jti.Ti .tiif.'o to it-riiriil nr.r'v ti tlit cr-vfrin-ni l;ulu
-urv. ciuaiunlec. is."u't and irt-nunte soid uuiy l
HARTZ A BAHNSEN,
Drn rpl'-tr, Solo Aenti, comer Third avenne and
Twentieth ntrve:. Kock Inland, HI.
HAUme WCfflO THEJtSBtrTOVClft
Crhmk'E5 GOLDEN SPECIFIC
It raa be frn la a enp f mWer r ten. v la artl.
Hn of r.HMt. wtiboiit the knowledge of the patient, 11
nefPary. It is ahaotutety h?rmlrs and will efTwt a
permanent ao'l speedy eure. wherhfr the patient Is a
mrvdermie drinkor or an alicho!iewreelc IT M'l I'K
r'U.H. It operates bo quietly an1 with such eer
nonty that the patient nnderiroes no ineonvenienes.
and ere he is awsre his ivtmplK. reformation is
ellected. 48 paee book ot partieulara free.
Marshall Fisher and T.
gista, Kock Island, 111.
The Oreat French Remedy for Snppresskinf
and Monthly Irregularities.
Ladle I'se l.e Due's Periodical Pill, of Paris,
France; trusranteed to accomplish all tht is
elMlnn.H for thm Tnh. nMt.rt ni.iti hi v fr Iniii KIa
peculiar to women Full directions with ea h
-. 5'-' per Dox or tnree t oxen for f s. American
Till Co.. royalty proprietors. Spencer, Iowa. The
jremime pin ooinioi i 01 Mionnoen, r.im streex.
Kock Island, Jspjie A Co., liavetifKirt, and of all
t:;e tttuu savings bakk
(Charted hv tbe Ietrlatnre of Illinoie.)
MO LINK, - ILLS.
Open daily from A M. to S P. M , and on Tnes
day ami Satnnlay Kvenitw from 7 to
lDtt're8l allowed on IVspnsHs at tbe rate
of 4 pc-r Ct'ttt. prr A.nnim.
Deposits rfcivpd in amounts of
$1 and Upwards.
KRITTMTY ANT ADVA'TAOK!.
The priva'e projierty o' the Tnitees is respon
sible to the dc'Hviir.r. The officer are prohibi
ted from tsimtwiiit; ar.y of its moneys. Minor."
and married oin' n protected by pecal law.
OrTrR': s W. WstnjwK, President; Por
ter Skinnkr, Vice President; C F. IlaaiKwaT,
Tkustwes: S. W. VThwlock, Porter Skinner,
r. k. Ilemetiway, J Sil l- 1-as, . 11. Kdwards,
Hiram l:irlin;. A . S. Wrlt;lit, J. S, Eeator, L.
II. Hemenwsy, C. VilKthum.
I'VThc only chartered eavln Bank In Kock
-HAS IKVFNTril A-
which doe? its work In a thorough manner.
all ohnoxioos smells. For sale at Emil Kociiler's
Prick 50 Cknts fkr Bottlk.
HOIS Ai LIVES-
Pj nsing A. F. Schmid's, the pioneer resi
dent Lightning Kod dealers celebrated
which he keeps constantly on hand. Any job, to
matter bow complicated, done In tbe most
scientific manner. Competition io
prices and qnality defied.
. A. F. SCHMIDT,
No. 821 Twentieth 8L. Kock Inland,
R. R. .TICKET
(Member American Ticket Brokers' Ass'Ui)
Ukduokd Hates to all Points.
OFFICE lu Adam. Express Office under
BOLE AGENT FOR
Tba Pone Mfe Co.'s Bicycles. Ijtdies and
Children's Bicycles a socially.
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICAL CO.'S
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
U and IS Maiden Lane. N. Y. Branch: Marion
Ind. For sale by T B. tborass. DrutHrte. Kock
Island, 111. aep. 2-d6m
i . Um
J. B. ZIMMER
-THE WELL KNOWN
iVl erchant Tailor,
Has ju't re'iirned from Europe and would ho pied i.t w-e Li ri-'-.- ut
lii plaee of fu-inBs in
Star Block, Oppo-itk Harpkk IIoitsk.
FALL, AND WINTER SUITINGS
for 1S9) 01 have b-n received.
Agency for Excelsior Roofing Company
S .V - -. : . - '
2 c F.rf-iT.'vv'-
Cheaper. thas SnixoLns.
Has rtK-ntl his Now and Ppnciotis
No. 1020 to 1626 Third avenue,
where he would be pleased to see his friends.
a' All kind, of drinks a well a Ale and Porter, and the well known drink "Hslf and V
nly place in the c.t, whe e you caa pet it. RoaM Beef Lance evfry oTj from 10 to 13
J. X. DIXON,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 SecODd Avenue.
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 2606 Fifth Avenue. ROCK ISLAM
OrNew neW ttock, the be,t ,d. at the
House and Sign Painter.
First-claas Graining and Paper Osncing.
P.O. Box 672.
BABY Semv'erIo FREE
f lior u u boiud KM.. AtM, babf
iHmpni, ntralM. hM mat O.rlt Tnrr
on w at wb.,i.u frit wmt
c. a tl. dins tnm . fc. rS M-
""T. 1 . HadMi RL. CMearo. U
ll'l Bxidte. ttimp Urn mw ,
frj eateloeu yam emm and iniai with ot Wli order
ut: f areMahl.rnl bby almiM ry double poo. fur
bted. dtuv-wara r. W will Mkc 4 til. aren. far
arni orf apbolnn pla.b. wrod lw lr auunr. ftand tba
BE CU REDsor?Var.Y
Cail or Bra! for cimuto eontainlnir
tiaa, Dum, Bi .rot lilarue. Scrofula,
Eeaeaia, Bvpbllli. Kheamuiam. tu
arrh, Tnmora. HkibucIi Trouble. ac-
vr. "JT. . ri'j iiei . miii an r f
airaati. CHfk '
YimpAMrA irrl wiama n...'"-
frt wherveaWaTl a
VstUe . roceriea that wUl
If yon are In
. - 7TZ( t A it will na von ...
t will iay j(
fe 1615 and 16!? fV. v. .v
DAVIS & GO..
A complete stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, PacUiiip.
Hose, Fire Brick, Etr
Sole Agents for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10RS
We guarantee every oce perfect, and will i .
Twenty day's trial, to ret-pnihle par".. -
SafetT HMtinc Rnili-rq and (Wti f
furnishing and layioe Wnlt-r, arnl
1?12 First Avk
lrwk Islam). ...
Telephone 1148. Kesidence Telct h..i i
t. n. ELLIS. Rxk Mand. I'l .
ldtCt Cor. Fonr eenlh W snd S .11 .1
loweet price.. A eh.re of oatronaw .oliritei
Shop Fourth Ave. bet list and SJd St.
J. M RIIFflRf).
To fit 11. 4 Tltwe-trlt tv
rt rr '.le.i
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
w m my wtnM, nra vi r aa
Ir ptSnliK la aVMU
mi; td is j.m.m i.Ntre-J
tlie leu. line rrtnlv'lor
The otil rem.iy Ut
I vrwril- it and leul
f ... mm .r..ni,ii.lii:ir ii
TwttCriti'e-i 1.. .it f.ni.-n r.
T'l'T? A" J" :TS"Jl ul
be sold at loweat b
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