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OUR NEXT STATE SENATOR
IL II. llimuan, Democratic Candi
date in this District
A Itepreaeniative Farmer all Through
A 31 an W ho Will Krpreaeat the
Iloncnt Tiller f the Moil Intelli
The Qeneseo Ne$ contains the follow
ing biographical sketch of R. II. HinmaD,
of Cambridge, democratic candidate for
state senator for this district:
The democratic candidate for state sen
ator in the Twentyflret district is R. H.
Hioman. It is hardly necessary to give
this man an introduction to the people of
Henry county. lie is one of Itenrv coun
ty's pioneers. He come to Osco town
ship in 1851. lie settled upon a quarter
wction- or government land, which he
improved and lived upon until 1887. more
than thirty-six years. He now lives in
CarabridKe, but still owns the acres he
acquired from Uncle Sam. Here is a man
who has certainly earned the title of a
representative farmer. Osco township is
a perfect garden, peopled by an excep
tionally intelligent class of farmers, all of
whom delight in honoring Mr. Hinmnn
for his intrinsic work. In 18C3 his
neighbors elected him to serve on
the board of supervisors. He was
again elee'ed to this office in 1873, 4. 5
and 6. He was always recognized by
his fellow members of the board as a man
of superior abilities, us was shown by
his being constantly chosen to occupy
prominent and influential positions on
standing anil special committees. In
1875 he was chosen chairman of the
botrd. sharing with the Hon. M. B. Pot
ter, of Kewanee, the honor of being the
only dcn.ocrat who ever presided over
the board He is. however, better known
as the efiluieut secretary of the Henry
County Agricultural society, which oftlee
he has heid ever since the reorganization
of the society in 1872. He has done as
much to build up the society to its pres
ent high standing as any other person
t? neeted with it.
Mr. Hiumun is a quint, unassuming
gentleman, not a politician in any sense
the word never an ctfiVe seeker mod
crate and conserv ilive in his views on
public questions, and if elected will serve
the people of this district with the same
fidelity which he has alw lys shown in
public positions heretofore.
Farmers! You have in Mr. Uinman a
representative farmer, one of ynuisrlyt s,
a perfectly capable, perfectly moral and
upright man who is before you for your
suff'iige. lie will, if elected, serve you
in the wnv that is your due as tillers of
the soil. You have never been, ss farm
ers, properly represented by one of your
selves. Now, cast old traditions aside
for once, and send a man to the senate
whom you will be proud of, and who will
do something for you. Mr. Crawford is
not a capable man. H may be a good
neighbor and a good farmer;' but he is
not a fit man to send to the senate. He
has neither education nor ability. This is
his misfortune, not tits fault. " It is nt
necessary that ynu should assume to bear
thu drawt.-aeks attendant upon his mis
fortunes Mr. Hiiiman is a Irue man, n
capable rrmn, an educated and ww'd in
formed man, a farmer from the first and
fl'ill a farmer, and a man you will learn
to like in live minutes' ncqunintbnra for
his genial personality.
The Davenport fair and exposition
wound up lat nicht, a crowd of 10, 0O
people being present in the afternoon.
On the race course. Moody won the 2:'ii)
class in straight heats; Kentu -ky Wilkes
the trot for three years and younger, and
Blue Price the trot for two years o Ids.
In the novelty combination rare a Wtlk
trot and go as you please, the starters
were: Saije. with rider; R. S. White,
Oivenpnrt Lottie K., with sulky; John
Edens, D.ivenport. Philla C. with rider;
Horace Carter. Dixon Mena. with sul
ky; W. H. Mi.rlin. Divenport. The
It was a novelty race and no mistnk't.
As Starter Smith remarked in announc
lriL' the result. "Life was too short to lake
time." PhilU C , sold favorite, and went
in to win from the wire, eompletine
his half mile walk in 2:25 as the
field had just pas-cd the distance
pole. Starting out in nn even, steady
trot he increased his lead to a
quarter of h mile while the others were
finishing their jaunt. He completed his
half mile trot, nd was urged into a run
and finished his third circuit before Sal-
lie, who proved a poor walker and slow
trotter, had finished her second half.
Mena was the firt sulky horse to open
the tro', and Lottie E. finished her walk
a couple or lengths behind her. Mena
!rr;w away slill further in the second
circuit, and Sallie. poor girl, fell still far
ther behind. When the time came to
run, however, she closed up the gap rap
idly, hut couldn't save herself from fins
ishing last. Mena and Lottie E trotted
the la?it heat in preference to running.
Lena Lnzelle won the five-eighths
mile running race with Brick Pomeroy
second, and Restless third.and this ended
the track sport. The fair was a great
success financially, as well as in the mat
ter of interest and pleasure. An illumin
ated bicycle parade closed the festivities
of the week lust night.
At the Ninth street Methodist, preach
ing by the pastor. Rev. M. M. McCreight,
ai30 p. sr.. Sunday school at 12:15 p.
At Trinity church, Rev. R. F. Sweet,
rector, tomorrow, the seventeenth Run
day after Trinity, services at 7 and 10:45
a. m. and at 7.30 p. m. At the chapel
at 2:30 p. m.
"Building" is announced as the sub
ject for the meeting at the Y. M.C A. rooms
at 3:30 p. m. Dr. J. W. Stewart will
lead, and tiie meeting is arranged to be
of special iutcrtsl to the active member
At the United Presbyterian church,
in the morning the pastor, Rey. H. C.
Marshall, will preach on "Personal Lib
erty and How to Secure it." In the even
ing the Rev. W. E. Shaw, of Dayenport,
will preach. Sabbath school at 8:30 a.
ra., with an illustrated temperance Jes
At the First M. E. church, preaching at
10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m , by the pastor,
the Rev. (I. W. Gut;. Morning subject:
"Certainties in Religion." Evening sub
ject: "A Blind Mali's Prayer." Sunday
school at 0:15 a. m., .1. F. Robinson, su
perintendent. Young people's meeting
et 6 p. m., C. E. Adams, leader.
At the Cential Presbyterian church,
services morning and evening; preach
ing by the pastor, the Rev. Jno. II Kerr.
Morning subject: "The Power of Unbe
lief;" evening subject: "Christ Weeping
Over Jerusalem." Sunday school at
9:30 a m. Y. P. S C. E at 0:45 p. m.
South H ick Island Sabbalu school at 2:30
At the Firt linotifit church, prench
ing at 10:45 a. m., and at 7:3 p. m.,
by the pastor, the Rev. C. E Tavlor.
Morning .subject. "Pure from the Blood
of All." . Evening subject: "Faith and
Salvation." Sunday school at 9.30 a.
m., J. W. Welch, superintendent. Mis
sion school at the Forty-fourth street
chapel, at 3 p. m.. Mr. C." L. Williams,
superintendent. Young people's meet
ing at 6:30 p. to. Preaching at the
Forty-fourth street chapel at 7:80 p. m.
by Mr. Charles Knox.
Remark Concern Ins the Two .;
ff renal on al Candidate IVow Before
the People. ' ' '
The number of independent republicans
throughout this county who refuse to vote
for Gest is constantly growing. They
openly charge that Gest does not re pre
sent the district and has repeatedly
ignored the requests and petitions of those
who elected him. There is no guess
work connected with the prediction that
Gest's relegation to private life will take
place on and after March 4. 1891. Han
cock County Pant.
Mr. Ben T. Cable spent Wednesday
afternoon, Thursday, and a part of Fri
day at the fair, and met many voters
from every section of the county and all
were well pleased with him. He was
found to be a plain, sensible, unaesum
ing citizen, and contradicted emphatic!
ly the unfavorable picture the republican
press bad drawn of him. A remarkable
thing about Mr. Cable, which has been
commented upon since his visit here, is
that he can remember the face and name
of every person be meets, and following
an introduction always afterwards ad
dresses a man by his name. This is a
faculty of mind seldom possessed, even by
our most noted men. Aledo Democrat.
The republicans of this congressional
district should be a little careful how
they charge Ben T. Cable wtth being a
dude. Their patron saint, the Hon.
Thomas B. Reed, of Maine, might think
their remarks rather personal. Mr. Ca
ble may be a dude, but he is not the kind
of dude that wears a red lawn tennis
sash, and prefers to buy a poor man's
vote with a crisp $2 bill than to give him
steady employment at fair wages, and let
him vote as be pleases. Hancock Co.
The Gest republicans of the Eleventh
Illinois district were making strenuous
efforts to prejudice the farmers against
Ben T. Cable, his democratic opponent in
the congressional race, asserting that he
is a dude and shallow with nothingness.
But Ren has been circulating around
county fairs, and the people are discover
ing that instead of being a fop, he is a
plain, unassuming gentleman, full of
busjoess and good sense. If Cable doesn't
heat Gest, the omens are wrong Keo
kuk Constitution Democrat.
T1IKGIST OP THE MATTER.
A Cl-nrpr Kvplanation of I he Letter
miHrepretientlnK the Kwrilrn,
The Sunday issue of the Biirlinfton
Jhmkeye contains a letter purporting to
have been written by Andrew Anderson,
a Swede of Moline, the context of whio
is that the Swedish voters have been ac
cused of ingratitude for the gift to Angus
tana college or $ '2:,(nl0 from Ben. Cable,
and saying that the Swedts would stand
loyal to their party and their convictions.
Their convictious. however, have been
considerably shattered by the unfulfilled
promises of their congressman ami the
monopolistic president, and the Mctvinley
bill has in no way added to their satisfae
ton as to the way things have been ein".
The fact is the letter has been written by
some American hired by the party of
trusts and In no way voices the sentiment
of our Swedish voters. A Swede is a man
of reason, and when he gets enough of
anything he don t hold on because he is
afraid to let go. VWy few of them are
engaged in manufacturing and are not
suffering to be taxed to support some in
stitution in which they h-ive no interest.
SUIT FOR TOLLS.
Iiiele Nim Shcn the Koek Inland
Kind Tor '0MMM for Hauling Car
Over the Itnek Inland MHrixe.
A telegram was sent out from Chicago
by the associated pres list night to the
following effect, and is self-explanatory:
A suit for i200.U)0 damages was
brought yesterday on behalf ot the Uui-
ted States in the U. S. circuit court
against the Chicago. Rock Island & Pa
cific Railroad company. The suit is for
tons upon 100.000 cars carrying freight
over the government bridge across the
hi : t t-. . . ...
I'lisai.tvipiu river irom kock isiftnil, ill , to
Divenport, Ijwa. and covers a period
from'March 3. 1881. to Sept. 24. 1S90.
inciuued in this case is toll collected
from the C, B. & Q roid. the Rock Is
land & Peoria U til road company, the
Rock Island & Mercer railroad, and the
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul. It is
said that 50,( 00 cars were carried for
these companies at the rate of S3 per car
Our ew Clo'hinc firm.
Mr. E. I. Leveen, of the London Cloth
ing company, left Sunday night for the
east to purchase a magnificent new stock
of clothing and furnishing goods for the
L.onuon s new Kock Island store, which
is to be filled with entirely new Broods.
He will be away about two weeks and will
go to kock island before his return to
Centralia to look after the construction
of their new building and make prepara
tions lor tne l.onuon s grand opening in
Rock Island. Owing to the great demand
upon this popular firm for their continu
ance in business here from their hosts of
customers, Mr, Leveen has decided to
stop at Columbus, Ohio, and see his
brother, Mr. J. Leveen. and induce him
to come to Centralia and to take charge
of the London store and continue the
business. He expects to be successful in
this endeavor, and if he is, it will be
much appreciated by the London's pat
rons in and around Centralia. In a few
days we expect to be able to announce
the result of Mr. Levee n's efforts in the
interest of Centralia clothing buyers.
Centralia (111.; Sentinel.
Ilelpaithe F.ntlre Country.
Burlington people are feeling well over
the passage of the Hennepin canal bill,
for it is only too apparent that this city
will receive the benefit of the water rates
eastward the samo as Davenport and
Kock island and cities directly on tbn ca
nal. That is the one thing, says the Dav
enport Democrat, that the friends of the
Hennepin have claimed for it all along.
It is not a narrow sectional scheme, but
it is destined to 'advance the prosperity
of the whole country. This canal means
cheaper coal from the mines of Illinois and
Pennsylvania, stone from Lock port and
Joliet, timber from Lake Michigan, iron
and copper ore from Superior, which
cheap power will convert into freight for
numerous railroads to distribute. Bur
There is more catarrh in this section of
the country than all other diseases put to
gether, and until the last few years was
supposed to be incurable. For a great
many years the doctors pronounced it a
local disease, and prescribed local reme
dies, and by constantly failing to cure
with local treatment, pronounced it incur
able. Science has proven catarrh to, be a
constitutional disease, and 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 tcaspoonful. It acts directly upon
the blond and mucous surfaces of the sys
tem. They offer one hundred dollars for
any case it fails to cur. Send for circu
lars and testimonials. Address,
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O.
t3f8old by druggists, 75c.
THE ARIZONA KICKER.
Gems of Territory Thought by Way of
The Detroit Frt Preu.
We extract the folic wing from the
last issue of The Arizona Kicker:
They Got Left. F ding the need of
s few days' rest from brain work we
bled ourselves to Jim'e peak last week.
to remain about ten dtya. Soon after
supper a stranger approached ns and
gave ns a hint that the boys were plan
ning a serenade, and thf t we bad better
have a speech ready.
In this western country some words
nave a double meaning. A "serenade'
may mean sweet," soft music by the
band, with call from a lot of jolly good
fellows, or it may mean visit from the
gang who are provided y.nth a rope, but
no music. In order to be on the safe
side we took np a tempc rary home in a
thicket, and from thence discovered that
this was to be a rope serenade. 3kme of
the boys from Johnson's ranch had de
termined to lynch as as a great moral
warning, but while they were hunting
for ns around the hotel ws were mean
dering through the jack pines and mid
night darkness to safer on arters.
In one sense we don't Maine the boys
so much. An occasional bunging adds
zest and gusto to this wetitern life, and
it is very rare thnt the v-ctim'a friends
can claim that any mistake was made.
In another sense the boys are to be
blamed for their lack of taste. We have
it on good authority that they meant to
hang ns with an old mule chain. There
were thirty of them in the crowd. We
make no boasts, but let our readers
watch for developments. Well have
sheriffs and detectives here after at least
thirty one of them before the week is
out, and then we shall b rrow a shot
gun and go on a bunt after the odd one.
Sold Again. Our esteemed contem
porary has made another d isinal failure.
On Monday he came out in a double
leaded two column article on the Whar
ton shooting case, aihd tried his lest to
prove that we had an activo hand in it
and were responsible for Jndge John
son's death. At the coroner's inquest.
held on that same afternoon, Maj.' Bliss
"I was sitting at a tablj in tho Red
Cross saloon with the editor of The
Kicker. We were there to talk over the
McKinley bill and to take tie initiatory
steps toward establishing another Sun
day school. Jndge Johnson came in.
He was pretty drunk. F;e saw Bob
Wharton at a table -beyond ns and
pulled his gnn. The editor of The Kicker
kinaly asked him to put it up, and of
fered him a year's snbscrir Hon to the
paper to go home and take a nap. The
judge refused and pressed forward to
get a shot. Next moment Wharton
This was the truth and the whole
truth, and yet our jealous pitted con
temporary, hoping he had a hold on us.
tried his hardest to make c ut that but
for us there would have Iwn no shoot
ing. We used to refer to hi m as tooth
less, knock kneed, Ixiw legged. Ion eared,
hump backed, white livered cross cved
and so on. We have a mortgage on his
whole outfit aud we used to threaten to
foreclose on it. We nsed to meet him
on tho street nnd scare him into kneel
ing down and begging our pa rdon. We
now let him have his own w ay. Some
day we will bury him in oar private
graveyard some day when he has tired
us completely out.
They Are Wrong. Those of our cir
izens who are asserting that our late
trouble with the postmaster was caused
by jealousy of his place on our part are
doing us a grave injustice. True, we
were a candidate for postm;ister, and
true also we are a mighty sight better
man for the place than the j .resent in
cumbent, but we are not jealous.
The trouble began as soon as this man
entered the postoftice. He held back our
mail and made us weary in many other
ways. v e pounded him half to death
one day and for two months he was a
model postmaster. Then he got sassy
and shot at us, and we left the bullet in
his shoulder. That lasted him until the
other day. He then got on his ear and
tried to prick us with a bowie knife, and
in sheer self defense we shot off a part
of his left ear and banged him with the
butt of the revolver. It was in the in
terest of the whole public. He'll be on
deck in a week, and for the nst three
months he'll work like a steer und le as
pleasant as peaches. Detroit Flee Press.
Principle anil Principal.
Mrs. du Temps I dou't approve of
Mr. Moneybags suit, my dear. I don't
think he is the man for you. for he
doesn t seem to have a spark of princi
ple. Miss du Temps He has a principal
ma, of $300,000 that yields him 10 per
cent, annually. What more lo yon
want.' Lawrence American.
Hard Lot of the Greenback.
"It's awfully hard," said the live dol
lar bill, as he was borrowed for the hun
dredth time, "to go through life entirely
a loan." New York Herald.
A Very Natural Cnnelusi'M,.
Uncle Pete (havintr been i.,,i.-i
side down, and his load sti
quarter of a mile along tho .r0jid)- B'rer
worming say w en ne sol me at aiemil
dat be bed one fault, but he couldn't re
member w'at it was. I Hhiik.i,i' i.-
nun v ue
soaprized ef dia was de berry ori-j. Har
per s vveeKiy. -(
Five Boom Cottages.
23x28. with kitchen addition and e..
tern, on Thirty-seventh street for aula
on monthly payments. E. H. Guykr. '
A Reprieve for the Condemned.
Wretched men and women Ions condemned tn
offer the tortnrea of dyipepnU, are filled with
new hope after a few donee of Uostctter's HU macb
Bittern. This budding hope bloa?oma inio the
fruition of certainty, if the bitters 1 persisted in.
It brines a reprieve to all dyspeptics who swk Its
am. VlfltnlPfin hAlrthnm alnktni a. I- I . .
the stomach between meals, the nervom tremor i
mm iuniuuh ui which enrunic inaigestion is the
parent. disappear with their hateful progenitor.
Most beneficent of stomachics I who can w nler
that In an Ulinv inlt,nua It M.lran.
. j .. . ' . wnancun glMflDl CHh
qnence in tbone who. benefitted by it, speak vol
untarily in its behalf It require a jrraphlc pen
to describe the torments of dyspepsia, h it In
many of the testimonials leceived by tile proprie
tors of the bitters, uieae are portrayed witb vlv'd
truthfulness. Constipation, biliousness, musrn
1t debility, malarial fevers and rheumatism arc
relieved by lu, , , ..
KIRIEIT STOCK. No previous ecpa-
rAP .rsuulred. Write for iirml. JlT
rivace .ratiuireo. write f j
UatA67V V., Kmlasai
The children's health must not be ne
glected. Colds In the head and snuffles
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.
PREPARED ONLY BY
FLEKlKa BROS., PITTSBURGH. PJL
Cheapext and bept place in I he
Wants." "Lout." "Sale" and "Rent
Only one-half cent a word. Everybody reads this
column, i ry it.
SUIT OK ROIMS FURN1SHKD
or not; enquire at l&S Second avenue.
OR RENT-FIVE PLEASANT ROOMS
healthy location -2320 Fourth avenue. li-5t
QjKCONWIASO FURNITURE, bounht. sold
C?or exchanged. Money loaned or Furniture
stored at Southeast corner Perry and Third His.,
FOR SALE VALUABLE PATENT 1M
provemcut on Elevators. Now in operation at
Star Finishing Works, S:5 Hamilton St., l'hila.ln.
Pa; preserves life snd limb; for full particulars
apply to ROBT J. WALKER. Inventor.
TTrANTKD w E HAVE POSITIONS
W for two or three suitable part'ea, ladies I Mr. Agitator Toombs; in
psnts, st $10.00 per week, to start, and especial m th ..jj,,., ,h ,
request tl.ose who are out of employment to ci'.m 01 , , Piaenc, tne C
and see us; call from In in. to 4 30,
bv lftt-r, A. C. Foster, Commercial Hotel
i ,. .... i , '
ilWK laittliu, ill. a'
yTTANTtiO. A LADY TO MANAGE A
Hranch office, at her own home, for the Fa
moue Female Specific "Orange Lily"; a splendid
opportunity; address witb stamp. The Dr. Coon-
ley Meutrai institute. South Bend Ind.
TTTANTED GENERAL STATE AGENT TO
VV opeu headquarters In some principal city,
assume exclusive control f our business aud ap
point local and sub-ay, nts in every city in the
state; goods well known, staple as flour, in uni
versal demand, and psy a net rrollt of 150 to 100
percent. Address TtlK u MUM COMPANY,
,-t-i onwuwuy, iew lorK. 25
LUMBER LUMB 8 R-YAKi WORKMEN OF
all grades, can secure steady employment in
the lumber yards of Chicago at from $1.50 lo
JJ.OO per day on application in person to E, E.
HOOPER. Secretary or the Chicago Lnmber
a'd Dealer's Association, room 618 Chamber of
Commerce, S. K. comer Laalle and Washington
BirCCld, IIULSICO, ill. 21
J. M. BEAKDSLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Oftlro witb J. T. Ken
worthy, 1745 Second Avenue.
JACKSON & HURST,
l TTORNEY8 AT LAW. Office in Rock Island
mammal Hank Huildiug, Kock Island, 111.
- D. IWSmiT. c. L. WA LKVR.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
t Office m Bengstou's clock. Rock Islaud. 111.
MfEMRY A McEMRY.
STTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on eood
eeeuruv, iiiaitu collections, iteterence, m Itch
ed & Lyude. bankers, t HUee tn Postofllcs block.
THE DAILY ARAL'S.
JOR SALE EVE1Y EVENING at Crampton's
. st'wp piano, r iveeeuts per copy
MRS. RUTHERFORD & BUTLER,
pRADITATKS OF THE ONTARIO VKTERNA-
ry colleee, i ternary Physicians Blip Surgeons.
Ofllce! Tiiidall' Livery statiie; Residence: Over
ABiers Dtnery, raaraci square.
Teaches if students a
trade anl then Starts
them in railroad service,
Mend for circulars.
VALENTINE BROS i
To sell our goods bv 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,
eic. r or rcrms AMiiress
CaNfEKNIAL UFO. CO-, Chicago, III.
To sell the popular M. K. ADJUSTABLE FORM
COK2SET. It is worn by Ladies wishing comfott
anu a goou lorm. f or particulars address
ELGIN CORSET CO.,
WM. 0. KULP, D. D, S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms 36, ST, 28 and 'J9, '
Take Elevator. " DAVENPORT, K.
pHOTO ENGRAVIK G,
J. M. GASPARD,
Library Building. Davannort. Iowa. Call for
estimates nd see work before going to Chicago.
LOUIS K. GILLSON & CO.,
procured. Increase all other soldiers' claims
tirosecated. Write ns about yonr oasa. Room 4,
Metropolitan block. Chicago, til.
CHAS. R. WHEELAN,
Undertaking and Embalming
Dlmlck Block, No. 808 20th St., Kock Island.
Having purchased a comnletc line of Undertak
ing goods, with bearse and anpnartennces, and
having secured the services of Mr. Geo. E. Reed.
of Chicago, an sxpert funeral director and em-
oaimer ot 13 years experience, I am fully pre
pared to guarantee satisfaction.
Af,r OO pant KTlWrfotlM In t.a.M.1.
"""f"! Muaic, I will prumise you more theory with
the cit0"" 'r tlie ieal' luo,ie' of ny teacher in
Teach! ,nP?rT,Bion' "'" Juvenile pupil.
TW.lr. uiiMiej wimisr cneir MUSIC
s? m!8-. 0"-t off of marked price on
a..thnr it ,c to ""f one L"ve orders, naming
auinor, at..v mni- r,,m. o .i .
Hook Island ' w -tu,
Wenkt.n!...ii...i.i , : . ,
teachers how tTteACh. "7"l-u,"s
"uutc at 1 Brady St, Davenport, la,
MRS. C. A. NLBEKEK.
Mas m mm.
IIH IJI E wa i
We Pack carefully and
MilHIBUIa, riPr"" Frilht FREE
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asaaasassssa Mt HIltM Wtt Chica0
Saturday, September 27, 1890
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OTICK OK FINAL BETTLKM ENT.
Estate of Sherman ). Elliott. Tccasrd.
Public notice i henehy Riven, That the midor
siinied, Ashley W, Elliott, administrator cum trt
tamento anaxo of Mhcnnaii O. Klliotr, deceased,
ban this day filed his llnal n jxirl and rrllli-mrnl
as siH-li in the county court ol Rock Island county,
snd that an older bus bc-t-n entered by raid court
approving the said report, unless objections there
to or cause to the contrary be shown on or before
theflrs day of October A D. 1MM; and upou Ihe
final approval of said report 1 he said A-hley W.
Elliott will ask to bediacharged. All pi rsons in
terested are notified lo it tend.
RocK Island, 111., August 3m 1W
Ol'hPoetrinaire Yancey; in Mr. Agitator
ot Air. jeliiTsou uavis. ceuom
-imi7 njisertinn of the const!
1 he uiider?iKiid, AawTii; oeeuriiiinMitieu r.K
ecutor of the estate of Bar: ai a Riss, late
of the county of Rock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby iie notice that be wili
appeal before the county conrt of Rock Island
county, al the ofllce of the clerk of said court, in
the cily cf Kock Island, al lliu November term, on
the First Monday in November next, at which time
all persons having claims atrainst said estate are
notified and requested to attend for the pnrjiose ot
having thesame adjusted. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment to the nndersitmed.
Iate4 this 15th day of eptemher. A l.. IPSO.
ecplttil3w JOHN HISS. Executor.
Katate of Charles Ptinn, deceased.
The nndevigued havim; Ocen apiMHiited admin
istratrix of the estate of Charles Dunn, Inn
of the county of Rock Islairtf, suite of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice thnt she will appear
before the county court of Rock laiand county, al
the olllce of the clerk of said court, in I he ritv of
Rock Island, al the November torra. on the first
Monday in Novemlier next, at wliti-h time all
persons hiving claims airatn't said estate are no
tilled and requested to attend for the purjsise ot
having the same adiusted. All persons indebted
to said estate are requesled to make immediate
payment to theunderslvned.
Dated this Itith ilav rteDtemhor, A. 1) P90.
t'ATHKKlNE A. DUNN. Administratrix.
Dr. S. E.
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio,)
Has Pprmanftiitlj' Local in
in the past six months he has surressfnlly
of the most aevere character.
The names of a few who live in Davenport nn t
vicinity, who have been sueeessfully treuli d are
given below :
M r A L Pain, M rs Mary Watson, rheumatism ;
Miss Lizzie Vance. Mr John Speiker, eaiarrh;
Mias Anna Davis. Mr Wm Hnukevf, s n.fiilH: Mrs
J A Wisner. Mr F L Ma oiihamer. heiift disease;
Mrs F W Marshall, (II years standinu') pi'es;
Mr Samuel Siieices, (1 - ') i.iles;
Mr lsiah Doty ( T " " ) niles;
Mrs May Wendt. i A Wright, Ssnh Mnnson.
Prank Hayes, Wm McOruiiahmi, N K ThoLip-bt.
These are a verv few of the inanv testimonials
the doctor has, but they are iMisiiirti to slmw .
can he done by one who thnronghlv Jtftaiid
the cause and treatment of dise lr'
-3aT-Los8 or Maubooil, fej5,i,lHi Weal;n -ss, snd
Errors of Youth, ;it,siltvely and petuianeiitlr
is: rossitlvely no case- taken that cm. not lie
cored. LnrresMindence accompanied lv 4c la
stamps promptly answered.
Ofllce McCnllongh's New Clock.
W. Third Street, Bear Main,
-ALL KINDS OP-
Cast Iron Work
done. A specialty of furnishing all kinds
of Stoyes with Castings ot 8 eeuts
A MACHINE SHOP
has been added where all kinds of machine
work will be done first-class.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
WHEN YOU ARE READY
i ?? Piano-forts or mvan. be It a new or saoond
band tnmrnntfmt, roe will eonsnlt jroor own bout lo
asrento by wntitur or for terms and prices.
Your own einsrwnee will toll y.wi that It is always
aara to do basinma wit h a bouse of estalilished mm
tatm and when jna also Wrn that such a hisiss aslls
Koodsat tba lowest pricks, qnniitv eomndsred. and
on tba aaamit terms. jri hava sll the l.ller rnaisai
fnr pUebia; ynor order with it. We sell the I sot h
atrnmenta in ttw marks at tlx. lowest prices and bar
pianos to wait all tastaa and pnrsm.
Our axhibit ineludea sueh makes as
The Feerlesa Hnnbe, The Artistic Kraerer,
The Fnpnlar Fischer,
The New Ensland nad Frnse Pianos.
Jw particular cation or trrtt
biipkirtHntliituttriie.Mi.iv:t('b to fii-nkm. it-
moves all pinipli-s. frtkl-? ami .'ijNi-utm. at
Mlehy Bit llnt-clibAdriit?Kf U. or um.i(i iJ rr 60 ct-
Cflr7rrirdl ESTABLISHED 1861 186 SO.
BnretlireS'.J Chicago, Ills, i ClaiHSt.
Tie Regular um-tsiaDnsnea
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEOS
It ttill Treating with the Greatest
SKILL and SDCCESS
Clironlc, Kcryons anil Private Diseases.
M-NERVOU5 DEBILITY, l-ost man
hood, Kailine Memory, Exhausting Drama,
Terrible Dreams, Head and Back Ache and all
the effecti leading to early decay ami perh-.p Con
sumption or Insanity, treated scientifically by new
methods with never-failing success
- SYPHILIS and all bad Blood and Skin
Diseases permanently cured.
Mf KIDNEY and URINARY complaints.
Gleet, Gonorrhoea, Stricture, Varicocele and
all diseases of the Genito-L'rinary Orpns cured
promptly without injury to Stomach, Kidney Or
- No experiments. Aee and experience
important. Consultation free and sacred.
AII correspondence is sacredly private.
Forty Years' Practice enables Dr. Clarke to Guar
antee Cures in all Curable Cases of Krzema.
Kerofnla. Syphilis, liladdrr and kiiliif) Dia
easen. l.t-arorrhcra and Kemsle .Tmaliles. I.lver
(omplnist. Catarrh, all lilood, Skin and Jfrr
No matter who has failed to cure you. write
Dr. Clarke a full history of your case. Hours,
8 to ; Sundays, o lo 12. Call on or address
F. D. CLARKE. M.D.,
186 So. Clark St., CHICACO, ILL.
TO TIIE AFFLICTED!
Why piiTblir f to ouncks whin the
modioli treatmnt mn be had for room
able nrifXf'Of The Fernl'hemicalCo.. pnS
" Wsf iamM phymoianof world-wide n pruU?
i&VOUNG MEN ZZWrSFSSlX?.
Lh.W 1ah of Mom try, rtpondtnrr, etc.,
truru early Indiwrretionsor other causes; al!o
a, M ntin
Trva xrom the preMTitHHms ot in-, w in-
MIDDLE-AGED MEN Inadvaiiceof Ujelryenr. Kid
ney nnd Rliidder tnmblen, etc, will And our Method
'tf Tnntiiient a hale, 1 una in ana Ppceoy
CCUIIfll DlCTIIirC Kx prrienee proves that In
jtMlflAL rAOl ILLtO. t4mnl medicinofl akw will
tcuretheaboveailments. Ir. William.
ho haH viven (ipecial attention to these
linen for many years, prefrrtbes Semi-
nal l'ttflltltes wtiioh act directly upon the
diHPajed organs, and reatore viirur better
than Stomach Medicines, as they are not
changed l.ythejraatric juice and require no
cbanice of diet or tDterruptttmiobusineas.
eootinii from Kt.uu to ir,.(l. nsed with un-
f Aillntf 1 1-. M f.irnvnr ttiirt. v.. In I Ir
Willinms private praetlee. filve them a trtal.
vPFPIFIP II ft fil fortheKldneraandBladderenres
ul Lull lu rtUtOI recent caaea in one to four days.
IITCDIIIC rilTBflDUIP Pure t'nro rnrall forma ot
U I CnlNC CU I nUrnlw Female Weak new, etc.
Call or write forCatalrifrue and Information before
ConsulUnv othera. Address
THE PERU CHEMICAL CO.,
189 Wisconsin Street, - MILWAUKEE, WIS.
mi AKD BRAfN TPIATHEHT.
Htvifle f'r HvstM-i.Ts. Pijr.in'vs. !-"ti. N.-iirT-j-i. Wi.l
lntut:, Mcnt.i lk'prewinii. h-iie:i.nrr i lifUlJi. re-
nli:mr in mtnity nn l leititinir ! nii e y ' n - nn.
ttMili. Prt rrtiiiiirf tl Ajre. It.ri"ciitfs. Js . ! I'o--
iv " I'f - ;o, lti o1uiit-u l.os-es. Hpet'tti::!tn : lnea
'fiu-t-1 h ovi -fxtMtittti ol tlif l.tmin. H'f-Mnt'
ft -ititi'il-iiif tjiti l.o n-Mijiiit - u:h' nn tilth'- itri!
tm-'iI if". Im.x. ir m lor (. m nt l ficnl'itvpttJ
v 1 h ftfh oi-J-r for ti t'uxr, Aiil rinl .im hvt
!i!.tr.tiT.-s 1i r-fii:iii morn v if Ot- tn-Almi'Tii laiistu
fa; .u.mtit ir.a- and it-nume ii ouiy ly
HARTZ A BAHNSEN,
Drnirlsto, Sole Airentr. corner Third avenue and
Twentieth street. Kock Itfland, 111.
fMAUTHe WOffW TH S BITONC COBE
DHJlrfES GOLDEN SPECIFIC
It en ae aivea In a en .r . N.. t I- .wl
H,-. mt rMj, wiibont the knowld,r of th patient u
neoery. It is nhsolr.telr hn'mla e1 will efTeet a
permanent and arMr1y cure, whether the patient la a
moderate drinker or an aleeholie wreck. IT M' VI R
r 11 operatea BO C'lletly and Wllh aueh eer-
tAinty that the ritient unierr'oe. r.o mennvemerieA
and ere be in wware. his eotnrlete reformation is
pave door ol rarueu:rB frte.
Msr-hall Fisher and T. H. Tbomss. dmit
glets, Knrk itlnd. III may 5-dwlj
Trie ?rest Freneh Remedy for Suppressions
sml Monthly Irretrnlaritie.
Unliex L ee l.e Due's IVriolirsl Pill, of Psrls.
rrnnce; irunrsnti-eil to scronirih all ttiKt
rlalmed for llicm. ToIm nwed monihly for trouble
pt-cnliar to women Full directions with ea h
'"r f ! p-r ho or three 1 oten ftr t't. American
I'lll '"o., royalty pmprietorn. Spenrrr, Tnwa. The
ernntiie pill olitaitu-d of otto Itudi rl, Kinitreet,
Koelt Nland, Jnppe Co, Davt riKirt, and of al)
THE mUU SAVINGS
(ClmrU-d hy the Legislature of Illiroia.)
MOL1NK, - ILLS.
Opn dally from 9 A. M. to S P. M . and on Toes
day ami SMur!ay Kven:n" f ro it 7 to
Interest all.-c1 on Dr?poitj nt ihn r.t
or 4 pf-r Cent, rn-r Apnum
DcpciaitB received in amount of
$1 and upwards.
8E0CKITY ANI ADVANTAOBK.
The private property of the Trniuees is roouon
sible to the di'nitnr. The officer are proh:hl
ted from hormwiair any of lis moneys. Minors
anu m-'irrieil wom. n pn:ecte,l oy epecial Iftw.
TER KIKKR- CI- Ire.ifl..nt : .
. . - - l.v. r. ilBaaawax,
mrsTrrs: S. n . ft-he.'!octc. Porter k!r.ner
C. r. Hem. nwny, J sils. u. II Kdwardi.,
Hiram nrtinkt, A. s Wn-lit, J. s. Keator, L.
HKrrnenway. r. Vitrthnm.
. v;TTrieoii!ychv-!Tei nnrtnea Pack in Rock
-HAS IUVtKTSD A
which doas Its work in a thorough manner.
CTIt thoronchlv pnrines the air snd removes
all Obnoxious amelln. Pur le .t Vmil y.hu...
Prick 50 Cknts pkti Bottlk.
HOMES AND LIYES-
By nlng A. F. Schmid's, the pioneer resi
dent Lightning Kod dealers celebrated
which he keeps constantly on hand. Any lob, to
matter how complicated, done In the moat
scientific manner. Competition in
prices and quality defied.
.. -A- F- SCHMIDT,
So. P2I Twentieth 8t Kock Island,
R. R. TICKET
(Member American Ticket Brokers1 Ass'tn)
liKDTjcKi Rates to a ul Points.
OFFICE In Adams Express OfOce under
BOLE AGENT FOR
The Pri Mfg Co.'s Bicyi lea. Ladies and
Children's Bicycles a specialty.
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICAL CO.'S
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
14 and 18 Maiden Lane. If. Y. Branch : kf arlnn
Ind. For sale by T H. Thotuasj Urutrjrist. Kock
Island, I1L sen. i-dm
. Oak StoVec
'S.. STYLES AND s!ztj '
k- i(Sf'VV?i3 Immerse lin,:
J. B. ZIMMER,
-THE WELL KNOWN-
Has ju-t re'urned from E irofn Hn.l woul.l l-pleaM ,1 1.. 8,-e U - iri. I- a!
Iii place of liuiiieM in
Stak Block, Orio.-irn Hakpkk IIoi'se.
FATjLi and winter suitings
fr 18t't 91 have heen received.
Agency for Excelsior Roofing Company
1 1 felf!
Chkapkr Tnxs Shinoi.k
Send for eirrnlnr,
Has opened his New ami Spacious
No. 1C20 to 1026 Third avenn.
where he would be pleased to see his friends.
tV All kind of drink acil a 1. ..,.1 . .j .. . ... .........
only place in the cily stlie e you can get it. Roast
J. T. I3 IXON,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 2006 Fifth Avenue, ROCK ISLAND
prNcw itoic, new stock, the best foods at the
House and Sign' Painter.
First-class Graining and Paper Hanging.
P. O. Box 672.
BABY Eeuv'er frf FREE
to muf fstacc lu Um Luitra itotoy
umiwf. trrcU, Ktri mti GirU Tory.
w. is. iirn vrom L tpny p.
! m4. 8tMc. wmp for mw emt-
tvry eataaiof m ftm can anil aampat with oar het.r nrtUr-
nw; ra t at oMiffwj to bay t btaw and pJ miI4w pner IW
fcoad. ahay wu a mm. Wa will aaakc and lna toardrr. For
aasinla of utsttolctamac tlai. artMl fiw Ir . t. 84 ta
illiaai af pxa Ina4a wtya want ana. ty-aun thuyajo.
NOW rilDm so hi asra.
Call or aend foe elmilar runtalntnc
ta aMMA aaarveMtoiicvrea ot CunMnp.
t ion. fam-er. B, ur lit V I uara. BtYvtaia,
tncnw, Rj-phHlft. KtMimalirni, Cat.
arra. i umor. m,w-l TnvNm, etc,
etr. Slaas aia tDf..ranr not
Areata wanted vr7where. sUDaas airRosi tnj.ia
CV., (r. Unrana aa4 aaaaw tHraata, 1 Hit ALU, 114,
THIS CAFEK Si
Ot loeiv ou
r t.KD. V.
hmriru Anvxaraiaa llcuu ia bpraos
rueeif wnera saver
tauna; eontrsata roar
da iaad te( it U
115 anil Mi: Se,,.tliAt
DAVIS & CO.,
complete stock of
Pip, Brass Goods, I'atkiiig.
llosr, Fire Brick, Kir
Sole Agen's for
OEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10RS
We rnarantee every one erfect. st-1 : ' i .- ( , ,
Twenty day's trial, to repon-:V;. i lf' . .
Safety Heating C.il, rS sml ('.intrw-'on f..
fumisbint; and lnyinc Wnl.-r.
1712 Pik-t A e ,
!Wk IsIhik). ir.ii;.,-
Telephone Itesidei c e i ,!,;'.. .: ,
T. II ELLIS. 15o t L'ar.l. I I .
litlfii Cor. Four ernih St an.i s. .-..'. .K r.
Beef Lnnce erery day from 10 lo li.
lowest prices. A share of patronize solicit.' i
Shop Fourth Are. bet. !st and tli
t ROCK 1LAM
J. M. BUFORD,
! Ftrs ar.d Tties trVad 0-
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
Mai w vs u at i.,Mr . "
le, petm:(e W tai r. --
as uraf Sh
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l... Lo.. n 'in lv I.
rjt'iira nil ;l.erli.r.-i .1 .eel.
ari toiHAM T 'i!e oii'n -h. n-rr.r- : t
f "T'.r' " Uf!.rrlKrs..tttl.::
I ,n-.ni- il so l
tfTi Ursaaij Vv sa'e iii nv aiuietlit "
1 Tt-MlsCHir',i to all untenrs.
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S,IJ by UravitlStaa
fit It .vw.