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TO HELP OUT GEST.
Etcnae. t he Had for Ilia Fallare
Mr. Orjeabjr'a rreaeaee to Make
A republicaj exchange say that He
Kloley could not meet the wishes of
eTerjbody in his tariff till. Perhaps not,
but he took particular care not to meet
the wishes of the consumers, but instead
to play into the bands of tbe trusts and
combinations. During tbe whole pro
gress of the bill the wishes of the con
sumer were never even thought of by its
advocates. The question uppermost in
tbe minds of all was, how much can he
afford to let the manufacturer have? And
the question that strikes us forcibly here
Is, was Mr. Gest wheedled into voting for
such an infamous measure by which every
one of his constituents has been griev
ously Injured? But Mr. Gest was not
wheedled into it. He acted of his own
free will. The bosses were first to be
thought of; the people in his district last.
Did he struggle in congress to give the
farmers in his district a chance? Not he.
Did he make a fight on the taxation of
sugar, so that the poor man might have a
chance? Not he. Did he make a fight
on anything in the interest of the people?
Did he even show that the passage of
such measures was not agreeable to him?
Did be lift bis voice in anyway for the
benefit of anyone? Not he. He was and
is for the party and not for the masses.
If that party, or rather that party's bosses,
should lead him and his constituents to
destruction tomorrow he would not have
the manly individuality or independence
about him to say no.
Tbe question recurs again, ho will he
answer these questions when he reaches
home? What will he say to the merchant,
the farmer, the workman, the consumer
generally? Will he offer the old childish
excuse that he coulda't help it that oth
ers had charge of the bill and he was not
allowed to speak? His time hadn't come
and it never came. Others more capible
than he voted in favor of the bill and why
should not be? And perhaps it is all for
the best. The country is rich and can
stand a thing like that. The farmers
will be able to pay off their mortgages
after a while and if not it don't matter
much. The principle of the party is for
high taxes and he couldn't think of op
posing anything it might do or say or
These are samples of what Mr. Gest
will offer as excuses for his conduct and
ho expectsthe people to accept them. Or
does he really expect the people
to accept them? Hardly. If he did
Mr. Oglesby would not have been
invited to come into the district
and fight for him his battles. Cam
paign speakers likeJOIesby, armed with
plausible theories and misleading argu
ments, would have found pressing de
mands upon their time in other portions
of the state. But the people of the Elev
enth district had become tired of Gest
and his lack of forre and ability and they
were demanding a change, so the ex
governor was sent for to give a helping
i . . .
anil. Ana ii mailers not what specious
arguments he may use he cannot dig
guise the fact that Gest voted against the
interests of the people who sent him to
congress. He may attempt to gild the
facts as much as he pleapes but that will
not alter the matter. His fine-spun
theories and theatrical declamation will
not set aside the truth. The political
grave of Mr. Gest has been made. He
himself handled the spade for the pur
Only One Ih-ikv
So far a the congressional campaign
in this district is concerned there is but
one issue, a fact of which the voter should
not lose sight. That issue is tariff re
form. The Hepublicans, perceiving the
weakness of their candidate, are endeav
oring to raise other issues, of a local na
ture and for that reason more vital, per
haps. This is merely a device to blind
the voter to the main question. On the
question of local Improvements there is
and can be no partisan division.
The voters of the district should keep
the main question in view all the time
and vote according to their convictions
relative to that question. I,t no talk of
other issues deceive you Moline Repub
lican. A republican friend stopped tie
Timet editor on the street Tuesday and
enquired if we were not mistaken last
week io saying that Mr. Gest vote I against
the free coinage of silver, as he (Mr.
Gest) voted for the silver bill. Of course
he did, but there is no free coinage in the
present law. The bill that passed was
gotten up to satisfy the Wall street money
bags. Mr. Post, of the Peoria district,
did vote for free coinage, but Mr. Gest
did not favor tbe people to that extent.
Consult your Congressional Record, Mr.
republican Rushville Times
The republican press (hard pressed)
have deviated from the course they start
ed out on at the beginning of the cam
paign, and ceasing to speak of Cable's
'bar'!" are now trying to propel Gest
along the line to victory by half hitches
on Ben Cable's clothes. They realize,
seemingly, the utter uselessness of trying
to bring out any good that Gest has done j
"bis constituents during his terms of office, j
and therefore try to belittle the demo
cratic candidate by speaking detrimental
ly of the clothes he wears, all of which
goes for nothing with men who want to
be represented by a man. Aledo Demo
The Miate Fair.
Supt. Sudlow. General Ticket Acent
Stockhouse and wife, Chief Train Dis
patcher Greenough and wife. F. H.
Rockwell and Hugh Johnson, all of
the T?. I. & P.. are in Peoria. The
gentlemen named are looking after
the traffic to the state fair grounds.
That road Is the only one running out to
fair gronnds and is adding to her regular
trains one special to Galva and two Rock
Island specials are running between the
depot and the (.'rounds each wav every
ten minutes. A special wiil leave Rock
Island at C:15 a. m. tomorrow and also
Thursday and Friday.
W Caution all Against Tbam.
The unprecedented success and merit
of Ely's Cream Balm a real cure for ca
tarrh, hay fever and cold in the head
has induced many adventurers to place
catarrh medicines bearing some resem
blance in appearance, style or name upon
tbe market, in order to trade upon the
reputation of Ely's Cream Balm. Don't
be deceived. Buy only Ely's Cream
Balm. Many in your immediate locality
will testify in highest coramandation of
it. A particle is applied into each nos
tril; no pain; agreaeblc to use. Price
THE RODMAN RIFLES.
C'apt. W. T. I'biiiia Re-eleete-
Hh 9IeDaal4 Promoted ta the
The Rodman Rifle miKtry company
met last night for tbe election of a cap
tain and lieutenant. Capt. Channon s
term or three years as captain havine ex
pired he expressed a desire to be relieved
but the boys would not have it that way.
They would have no one other but the
captain, and they manifested their confi
dence in him by unanimously re-electing
him. Bergeant H. A. J. McDooal I. was
elected first lieutenant, the compliment
being really a promotion from tbe rank of
orderly sergeant. Second Lieutenant Ed.
u. Cook holds over.
Capt. Cbannon presided over the meet
ing in obedience to tbe order of Col.
Clendening celling the met ting, and at its
conclusion the company adjourned by in
vitation of Capt. Cbannon and Lieut. Mc
Donald to Thomas' drug store where the
best Havannas in the house were ordered.
27 John Whit to Robett Welch, sej
swj. 22. 16. 5w, $1,600.
Lucy Goodrich to Alice G Craig, mJ
swj, 8, 19. 8e, $1.
Arthur Goodrich to Alice Craig, nwj
sw. 8, 10. Se. $1.
Lucy Goodrich to E C R.ike et al, nej.
swt. 8. 19, 3e. 1.
Arthur Goodrich t E C Rake tt al,
ne swj. 8, 19. 8e. 1.
S F NoruisD.il ti NJ Farber. part of
l"t 8, Belcher & cMgwortlTa addition to
Port Byron, $200.
C F Hemenway to Lizzie S Chrinison,
lots 1, 2 and 8, Mock A, Prospect Park,
C F nemenway t W II Chris-ttson, joM
4 and 5. Mock A, Prosrw et Park, $250.
A R Drury M W A Cornbro.oks, part of
I t 3, 1 lock 21. Wood s tbird add.tiou to
Moline, 1. (KH.
M A Rodman et M, t i John Rnehr, 1 t
1, 11 tek 3, Gen Kodmau'i addition to
Rock L-lird. 1600.
Henry Dtt bv t 1. by sheriff to J F
Robinson, l. ts 7. !. 9, IO. t lick 47. Chi
cago or lower addit on t Rock I-1 mil,
29 Estate of Wilson Fl-minr. W l!
admitted to probate; letters teUiner t try
issued to Eliza Jane Fleming; bond
waived by will; M. A. Ashdown, G. A.
Metzgar and E. B. Stone appoir t.'d ap
In discussing the tariff in Boston,
Henry Waterson said that he still thinks
that a fairly laid revenue tsriff is, on the
whole, the least oppressive form which
the wisdom of man has levied for meet
ing the expenses of government. He
added, in speaking of Blaine:
The new apostle of free trade, who has
come to light amid the darkness of pro
tection, tells me that the dogma of res
triction has done its perfect work, anil
abandoning the home market conceit
which erstwhile filled bis vision, be cow
cries in the wilderness for ampler mar
kets. I shall not quarrel with Mr. Blaine
about the route or the incidents of travel
which have brought him from total blind
ness to something like a realization of the
truth. That he ascribes to tbe doctrine
of protection what I ascribe to God, and
that in setting to my ground he sees more
for me than I have ever seen for myself
shall not break the friendly relation of
years. Tt is enough that, though a lonif
time coming, he has arrived.
K0CK I8LARD & PE0EI B&1LWAY.
0 ae Far for tbe Kound Trip on Aec tint of iha
8'ate Fair Special Traini.
Fare to Peoria and return $2 75 on ac
count of tbe state fair. Sept. 27th and
Oct. 3d. Specinl trains on Wednesday.
Thursday and Friday, Oct. 1st, 2 I and
8.1. Leave Rork Island at 6:15 a. m ; re
turning leave Peoria at 6 p. m., arriving
in Rock Island at 9:35 p. m. Regular
trains leave Rock Island at 8:13 a in. and
2.20 p. id. Tickets good on all tmins.
Bepot foot of Twentieth street.
F. II. Rockwell. Agent.
Only One Mora Excursion
AntI last opportunity for home seekers
and others viii the Chicago. Rock Ilnnd
& Pacific Railway, to see the 'Great
West" in Kansas. Nebraska. Missouri,
Arkansas, Indian Territory, Texas. New
Mexico. Wyoming, Utah, Idaho. Minne
sota. Northwestern Iowa. South and
North Dakota, Montana and Colorado, at
the low rate of one fare for the round
trip. Tickets Orst class and good for
thirty days for return will be on sale the
date of departure, Tuesday, Oct. 14.1890
Don't forget that by joining this special
excursion your entire round trip journey
will cost you the price of ons first-class
fare one way only. Be sure that your
ticket reads via Urn C, R. I. & P. Ry ,
which has its own lines to principal points
in many of tbe above named states.
For rates and full particulars address
W. I Cheever. Pass. Agt., Central Dis
trict, Peoria, III., or Jno. Sebastian, G. T.
& P. Agt., Chicago, III.
Tbe 8c Loots Fair.
The thirtieth great St. Louis fair
opens Oct. 6 and continues six days;
$70,000 is offered in cash premiums, to
ie nistrihuted among tbe exhibitors of
horses, cattle, sheep, swine and poultry;
machinery, mechanical and industrial dis
plays, works of art, textile fabrics, pro
duce, fruits and vegetables, geological and
chemical specimens. The collection of
wild beauts, birds end reptiles on the fair
ground compares favorably with that of
any zoological garden in the world, and
will be open free to all visitors to the
fair. Numerous additions have been
made to this department, anil it is now
complete in all its details.
On tLe night of Tuesday, Oct. 7. the
grand annual nocturnal pageant of the
"Veiled l'rophet will be given at an tx
pense of thousands of dollars.
Hard Coal Market.
Best quality Anthracite coal, all sizes,
17.25 per ton. screened and delivered.
25c per ton discount for cash. Gunnel
coal for grates, blacksmiths' coal, coke
and charcoal always on hand.
h. U. r raze it.
A chance for him She (who has prom,
ised to ask for no more jewelry this year):
I wish I were you for a little while. He:
Why, my dear? She: Because then I
would buy my wife a pearl necklace.
Concert and dmcing every Saturday
evening, with good music at Joseph Hu
bert garden on Moline avenue. Every
other day in the week except Saturday
the garden is to let.
f 50,(;00 to loan on real estate security,
in sums of 200 and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law, Rock Island.
When a man and woman have been
made one the honeymoon is the time
spent in endeavoring to discover which is
Oh. if I only had ber complexion!
Wby, it is easily obtained. Use Pozzoni's
Some Baking Powders
Lose Their Strength Quickly.
For twenty-five years the Royal Baking Powder
Company has refused to be controlled by the mania of
its competitors to produce a cheap baking powder at
the sacrifice of quality or wholesomeness. Some lower
cost brands are now being pushed on the market, which
are made of inferior materials and lose their strength
quickly after the can is once opened.' At the second or
third baking there will be noticed a falling off in strength.
It is always the ca e that the consumer suffers in pocket,
if not in health, by accepting any substitute for the Royal
Baking Powder, e pecially when the substitute is offered
on the ground that it is cheaper.
The Royal Baking Powder is the embodiment of all
the excellence that it is possible to attain in an abso
lutely pure powder. It is always strictly reliable. It is
not only more economical because of its greater strength,
but will retain its full leavening power until used, and
make more wholesome food.
Was there ever any article of human consumption
that has so many friends among housekeepers as the
Royal Baking Powder?
A TRUSTED CLERK GONE WRONG.
He Skip Out with II U Km pluvi'n' Kuliil
ntitft it Yftliic l.mly.
N'FW Yoi:k, S.-pt. i'.i - .i'-Iiii iiion Hit
ter, the i-oiiiUeiitial c .n k m;hI Ik. k kit-i-r
for l.i-li-y A: lial!ii;. lirkrH, -';:) Hrnntl
street, Iia li ijii-:ii-e I. l.-:ivin;s s'iorr.ii;e
of several t lious.in.l i! I .rm his m-oti-its
ami :t young wife ami three youiii; chil
dren without any provision for the future.
He hIso trustee for the e-ta"e of his
defeased sister, the r p-rty Ileitis Vttitleil
hi feijui mid it is ft-iir.-.l tint he Ins ille-iT-il
l" aptir.ipri Ue ! -out of Unit t i-i-i-y.
Summit,-,! to Her hi,, liltn- K , .
It also Hpji irs liia' I ii,- 1 1 -.' r i I.e" nn
ln-eii for a ln:i-.: t i:n iu it u it ... ; .1
y.mntr wom.iri ile-.cn!,-.! :t a v-;-, pretty
Monde, wii h e!nnii blue eyes, an 1 a shock
of yellow h iii-, ami , h i. their scuntUloiis
relations have heen kciovu for months
hoth to his wife mid her f.-itniiy. t i- tc.rl's
fat her .- 1 1 I Kilter's f it lie-. H-r lame is
M imie Z m i, ainl the f.i.-i t hat she its well
as Kilter, has ,lisapp..tre I le.uls t" ill.' !x
lief that they have m!e together Li;ss
ley & Galiup, the tirm who have snif-re I
by ine rhsaiitvarMto-e of li tter. io luisi-
j tiess on the New York exchange
TANNER WAS MISTAKEN.
He Kelatrs an Inetileul Tli.it ( iml I Hurd
Iv Have Oeem-reil.
OKTKolT, Mieti . .N-pr,. i'J III a recent
is-lle of a local p-ip-r Corporal Tanner
told the following Mory: "O.ie liioriiini;
there came into my oftiea at Was! insfton
a man who wore an empty sleeve. He re
moved his clothing and -howtd m? a ter
rible wound in Ins side. That wound had
to lie dressed twice a day to keen him
alive. He proceeded to s-taie his
ease and quoted the law precisely. He
was vetting i'Vl per in -nth. I was struck
by his inform. .icn an 1 asked his name.
He replied lh.it he was Allen H. M-irsp, of
the .Michigan supreme court. I told
him he was entit le I to $7-'
a month. and tiirnred out that
be was also en t i t led to $".() H), and I ji'ive
it to him, as I had to others, and have
been abused for it." Jndire Mnr-n has
published a card in which he sr-y: ul have
never seen Tanner to t-peak to turn have
no wound in my side, and never received
f, WW or any other sum back periston."
I'robaliljr a Cannon Firev packer.
IlEI.GKAKE, Sept. 2!. While the joune
king of Nervia, accompanied bj his
father, ej-Kint Milan, was returning
from a drive yesterday a cartridge whs
exploded beneath his carriage. The
authorities allege that the explosion was
purely accidental. Ai far as cat. b;
learned no 'me was injnrpd.
There is more catarrh in this section of
tbe country than all other diseases put to
gether, and until the last few years was
supposed to be incurable. For a i-reat
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. Hull's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only
constitutional cure on the market. It is
taken internally in dose from ten drrps
to a teaspoon ful. It acts directly uion
the blood and mucous surfaces of the f as
tern. They offer one hundred dollars for
any cse it fails to cure. Send for ciriu
lars and testimonials. Address,
F. J. Chknky & Co.. Toledo. O.
tySold by druggists, 75c.
Five Boom Cottages.
22x28, with kitchen addition and fiss
tern, on Thirtyseventh street, for stile,
on monthly payments. E. H. Gcyer.
& Reprieve for the Condemned.
Wretched men and women long condemned to
suffer the tortures of dyspepsia, are filled w th
new hope after a few doxesof Hrwtetter's S'omtch
Bitten. This boddlog hope bloaoma into the
fruition of certainty. If the bitters is persisted in.
It brines a reprieve to all dyspeptics who seek its
aid. Flatulence, heartburn, sinking at the pit of
the stomach between meals, the nervous lremo-.i
and insomnia of which chronic Indigestion is tl c
parent, disappear with their hateful pnn'cniti r.
Most beneficent of stomachics I who can wonder
that in so many instances It awakens grateful elo
quence in those wlio, benefitted by It, speak v 1
untarily in its behalf It requires a graphic pen
to describe the torments of dyspepsia, but in
many of the testimonials leceived by the proprie
tors of the bitters, these are portraved with vivid
trnthf illness. Constipation, biliousness, mhscu
lar debility, malarial fevers and rheumatism aie
relieved by It.
PURIfY YDtlR BLOODS
SKCSASra ONLY BV
FUBllia B30S.. PITTSEUR6H, PA.
We Pack nnrsifullv nnrl
Prepav Freight FREE
Of CHARGE to nurc-ti pi-
sere, on all CASH orders during our 30
OAVS' SPECIAL PRICK SALK.
KCKSEBY STOCK. Mo previous expe
rience required. Writ for terms I. 4.
asman ok tw, aBiiaim. jaiea
- ISLAND ABGUB,
I'heapest and bet jilac in the paper for
'Want," "Lost," "Sale" and '-Kent" notircs.
Only one-hsir cent a word. Everybody rends this
column. Try it.
or not ; enquire ai 16-J9 Second avenue. 2i; 1
FOK KENT F1VK PLEASANT RtXIMS
healthy location SE0 r'ourth avenue, li-.'it
QEWNO-HANO Ft' RN ITU RE, nounht. Mild
w-or cxrhanired. Money' loaned or Kornftnre
tored at foul tieaat corner Perry and Third S;b.,
FOR SALE VALUABLE PATENT IM
provenii nt 01 Elevator. Now in operation at
Mar Kinihin Works, S:5 UamUton M., Philana.
Pa; presence life and limb; for full particulars
apply to KOBT J. WALKER. Inventor.
WANTED. A LADY TO MANAGE A
Branch office, at her own home, for tha Fa
roons Female Specific "Oranpe Lily": a splendid
opportunity; address with stamp, Tbe Dr. Coon
ley Medical Institute. South Bend Ind.
SALESMEN WANTED TO SELL NChSEKY
Mock. Situations permanent, ealarr and n
penscp. or commission from start. No ciperi
nice uetescarv. Outfit free. Wiite for terms.
Hating s.'e II. E. HOOKER CO., N'u retry men,
Rochester, N. Y.
WASTED-GENERAL STATE AfiEST TO
open headcjnsrtcra In some principal city,
asnnieeiclnsive control i f onr business and ap
point Wal and sub-aip-nta in every city in the
date; (roods well known, staple as flour, in oni
versal octuanil. and pay a n.t t rotlt of SO to jmi
per rent. Address THE UNION COMPANY.
741 Broadway, New York. 25
LCMRKR-Ll'MBKR-YAKD WORKMEN OF
all ttratlfi, can ix'cnre eteady en pioyment ill
th ltimhcr yardu of Chicago at from $1.S0 to
$'i HI per day on aonllcation in nrnnn in K K
UlOOl'EK. Secretary or the Chicago Lumber
1 ao ue-iler's Association, room 618 Chamber of
Commerce, s. E. comer Laalle and Washington
rtreets, ChitAKO, 111. sj
J. M. BEAKDSLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LA W-Offlcc with J. T. Ken
..'Vworttiy, 17 Second Avenne.
J( KS0 Ac HURST,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office fn Rock Island
National Bank Baildiug, Rock Island, 111.
B. D. SWKI.NET.
O. U VtLIH.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Office iu Bengston's block. Rock Island, 111.
MtEMRY & HtEMRY,
ATTORNEYS AT LA W Loan money on good
eenrity, make collections. Reference. M itch
ell A Lyndc. hankers. Office in Poetomca block.
OR SALE EVERY EVENING at Crampton's
. jews ouuu. riveeents per copy
DRS. RUTHERFORD & BUTLER,
PRADt'ATES OF THE ONTARIO VKTERNA
U ry colleire, Velernary Physicians anp Surgeons.
Office Tindall's Livery stable; Residence: Over
Asters Bakery, market square.
VII riTlltC'C Teaches itsstudentsa
IniLkl w trade ann then starts
them in railroad service
bend for circulars.
i:MS Jakksvillk, Win.
To soil our goods by sample to wholesale and re
tail trade. We are the largest msouf scturers in
our line. Liberal silsry paid. Permanent posi
tion.' Money advanced for wages, advertising,
i-iu r or rerms s'laress
CkNTEttNlAl. MFO. CO., Chicago, Hi.
To si 11 the popular M. K. ADJUSTABLE FORM
t'tiUSET. It is worn by Ladies wishing comfort
and a good form. For particulars address
ELGIN CORSET CO.,
WM. 0. KULP, D. D, S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms Sfi, 17, 28 and fit.
Take Elevator. DAVENPOTIT. IA.
pil OTO-EN GRAVIN G,
J. M. GASPARD,
Library Building, T)aveniort, Iowa, Call for
estimates and see work before going 10 Chicago.
jh.OVS K. GILLSON &. CO.,
prnenred. Increase all other soldiers' claims
prosecuted. Write ns about yonr oase. Room 4,
Metropolitan block, Chicago, lit.
CHAS. R. WHEELAN,
Undertaking and Embalming
Dlmlck Block, No. SOSJJOth St., Rock Island.
Having pnrcnased a complete line of Undertak
ing goons, wun nearse and aupuartennres. and
havine seenred the services of Mr. Geo. K. Reed,
of Chicago, an sxpert funeral director and cm-
balmur of U years experience, I am fully pre-
pareu ui puaramee aausiaccion.
After 22 years experience in teaching Instru
mental Mnsic, I will promise yon more theory with
less lessons for the least money of any teacher in
nnder onr supervision, (riven each juvenile pnpil
Teachers will save money to order their Music
Books of us One-third off of marked price on
bhcet music to every one. Leave ordera, naminc
author, at my music rooms, 1401 Second avenue.
We make a specialty of teaching Inexperienced
teachers how to teach.
Address me at 106 Brady Bt., Davenport, la,
MKb. C. A. NEJJLEKJEB.
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TPEBDAV. SEPTEMBER 80. 1890.
1 if 11
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ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM
JoTICE OF FINAL 6ETTLKMKNT.
Estate of Sherman ). Eiliott. Deceased.
Public notice is besfhy given. That the under
signed, Ashley W, Elliott, adminlsirstor rr trt
lamento anaxo of Sherman O. Elliott, de-ceased,
has this day filed his final r.-rt and settlement
as snch in the county court of Rock Island county,
and that an older liss bet-n entered by said court
approving the said reorf, nnless objection there
to or cause to the contrary be shown on or before
the firs day of iv-tolier A 11. lMrl; ar.d utmn the
final approval of said reMrt the euid A-liley W.
Elliott will ask to hedlsi-hsnr.-d. All persona in
terested are nttltled to attend.
Rock Island. 111., Aimii-t i"t 1s
AMlt.KY W. KI.UOTr.
Administrator rwm tfntamrnto nnri ru of Slii tmati
O. Klltoit. deceased sept t d K-
Estiteof Barbara Riss, Deceased.
The andersitmed, having beeiiappouited Ex
ecutor of the ctte of Btr'aia Kis, lnte
of the connty of Rock Islaml, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby (fives notice thnt he will
appear before the county court of Rock l-latid
county, at the orhce of the clerk of said rourt. in
the city c.f Rock Island, at the November term, on
the Hrst Monday in Novernlicrnext, at which time
all persons having claims against saiiletate are
notified. and requested to attend for the puroseof
having the same adjusted. All persons iml.M.si
to said estate are requested to niake immediate
payment to the nndersitrned.
Dated this 15th day of September. A IL. It-W.
sepl6djw JOHN ItlSS. Executor.
Estate of Charles Dunn, deceased.
The nndersigned havinittieen appointed a.lmin
Istratrix of the estate of Charles Dunn, late
of the county of Rork Island, state of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that she will appear
before the county court of Rock Island county, at
the office of the clerk of said conn, in the citv of
Rock Island, at tbe November trm. on the first
Monday in November next, at wr-ich time all
persons having claims against said estate are no
tified ami requested to attend for the purjiose of
having the same adiusted. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make inimediatr
payment to the undernamed.
Dated this Kith day September. A. II. i 00.
CATHERINE A. DL'NN, Ailm nisiratrix.
Dr. S. E.
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio.)
Has Permanently Located iw
In the past six "nonthshe has siucessfully
of Ibe most aevere charac ter.
The names of a few who live in DavenjM-rl an 1
vicinity, w ho have been successfully treated are
given below :
M r A L. l'atn, M rs Miry Watson rheumatism;
Miss Lizzie Vanc-. Mr John Spelker. i-aiarf h :
Miss Anna Davis. Mr Wm Ssnkevt, scrofula; Mrs
S A Wiener. Mr F L Ma onliainer. heafi disease;
Mrs F W Marshall, til years standing) piles;
Mr Samuel S.K-iees, (is ) piles:
Mr Islah Doty ( 1 " " ) oiles;
Mrs May Werdt. J A Wrlclit, Parih Munson,
Frank Hayes, Wm McUraiiahun, N K Thompson,
These are a very few of the many testimonials
the doctor has, hut they are ensitirh to show what
can be done by one who thoroughly understand
the cause and treatment of disease.
Off" Los of Manhood, Seminal Weakns, and
Errors of Youth, positively and permanently
t?-i'ossitively do case taken that cat. not be
enred. Correspondence accompanied by 4c la
a lamps promptly answered.
Office McCullongh's New Flock.
W. Third Street, near Main,
-ALL KINDS OF-
done. A specialty of furnishing all kinds
of Stoyes with Castings ot 8 cents
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
to tmr a pisno-fnrte or mvan. he it a new or secord
nsncl instrument, you will nonsuit your own best in
terests by writing us fur term and pnrts
Yonr own experisur will toll yon that It is always
sale to do business with a buoss of established rem;
tation and when yrni also learn that such a hmiss sells
jnodsat tbe lowest nnrFS. qnalitt conmdeml. and
on trie easieat terms, yon have nil the better isua
fl'." fn?r ord'"' ""th w' sell tiw best in
etramenu in the market at the lowest prices and tun
Pianos to sort all t-los .nn arm.
Onr exhibit include racD makes aa
Tk Peerlean K.abfs The Artistic Kroecer.
The Pns.l.. 1.I..1.
Tk New EnBlnnd and Pease Plane.
Jbrparfleutars call on or trrite
r? n t
Imr,-,i-ts ait-iiliant trfuu..-,tara.,. v ,..rlu-L-.n n
M moves ail pinplea, tiwstles ami UMnlHnu. i.a
aale l,y nil tlrt.:lsadnnrKl-to.orniailed for M) eta.
Cnro fnpcTl ESTA3USHE0 1851 1 1 80 80.
nuretureb!, cmcago, ins. ictarkst.
Hie Regular uia-maDusneii
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEOtl
b ttill Trealing with the Greatest
SKILL and SCCCESS
Chronic, Nervous anil Private Diseases.
47-NERVOU3 DEBILITY. Loet Man.
hood, Failinft Memory, Fxhausting Drains,
Terrible Dreams, Head and Back Ache and ad
thecrTecu leading to early decay and perhaps Con.
.-umption or Insanity, treated tcicniibcally by new
methods with never-failing soccck.
4-SYPHILIS and all bad Blood and Skin
Diseases permanently cured.
-KIDNEY and URINARY complaints.
Gleet, Sonorrhoea, Stricture, Varicocele and
all diseases of the Genito-l'nnary Oreans cured
promptly without injury to Storrucn, Kidneys or
a No experiments. Aee and experience
important. Consultation free and aacred.
4aA)t roriepondcnre is sarrrdly private.
Forty Years' Practice eu.iblrs Ir. t'larkV n Guar
antee Cures in all Curable Cav rf Krrrtni,
Srrofala. S)philia, Rladilrr and kidney Ilia
eases, l.rnrorrhra and Female Troubles. I.lvrr
tomplalnl. atarrh, all Wood. Skin and Aer
No mattt-r who ha Tilled to cure yon. write
Dr. Claike a full history t vour ense. Hours,
b to 6; Sundays, o to 12. C all on or address
F. D. CLARKE, M.D.,
186 So. Clark St., CHICACO, ILL.
TO THE AFFLICTED!
W h r P T bg f (Mfi to finar-kft when the be
tniilical tn:ttnn'nt enn Ih hnd fr rvaWMn
Itle priri,if The Irn'hti)lral pn
Pra from iht rt'niiMms of lr. in-
innis.n pnrM'Man i wnna-wia npnuf
VPffUC IJCII uTlertn fnm Seminal
I UWnO mCn and Nerroiw 1WmIut
1m it MnHirr, I.pndtn-r etc
utnm p icrn upu mho p'n nwi
MIUULC'ADCU WCn tuadvaiHtM.l ttu'trymnt.Ki.l
my nnd Bind tor tmnhl, ftc, will find our Mttixd
ot TivitiDeiitaSafe, tVrtain and Spwdy Cl'liK.
vCUIt.ll D1CTII I ITC r-xrit-mvpnivosihat ln
dLfll.llAL lAOl ILLLO. tvnial medtcinefl ! ill
nolcunthefttMiveailnivntA. lr. illiniur.
who has iciven Hin iai aufitn t th
inM-njMa fir many years. proiK-rities Semi
nnl laMill-s wbit h act dirwtly upon the
UiM-aiMHl onran,nd TrsUire viir tietter
Uirin M'rma-li MiMiiftm!. a they are no
chand 1 ihetftistrtrjuioe andrqiiiren
change vt dietor inumjptnninbuine.
HOME TREATMENT MM
oMinir from M in to USUI, u-rd with 1111
Vltliams' prirat praiiitv. ;ive tbem a trial.
Cprpl Cip II. CI furtheKidiieysandltlaildrrnrea
Ol Lull iu It J.0I risvnt cnsiwin one ti lour days.
UTERINE EUTROPKIC XZZl'Z?1'
fall or write fori'atiiloKneaud lnfurmauun before
Oonfculuna 1 1 r hers. A rt,1 n s
THE PERU CHEMICAL CO.,
189 Wisconsin Strut, MILWAUKEE, WIS.
3 b gyCul u
KERVE AND BRAIN
spprifl." for Hv't-'iia, Pisri:.. . ? 'r.tliti 4, W.-.l-r
li.l'H1-".. M.rt(.ii IsfpiVE-ioti. Si.iif : . ( tic i.'.in.tv
t:lti.r :t tn-anii' HiJ liMilin-.' I ni - lit mh.
I.i.ti.i, TVitn.iKirc "oi-l A-f. I: im; nii--t . J.'H 'nv-int't-ttt'i-
w. n ot urn . . n:i.t S;-iTtaitt h,ia
.ii.i-'.l I.. fVin x. rlh. 1 m l In- Irinlti.' ...
" -rui u ljr'n. 1-m ti tm oiia out- mni h'j ti t-.t-!:(.
f;ilhTi. t-r m ( it -.tt liv mail T'pti.l.
V 1 it iiiiler lor nv l-.. s., tti:l TM'Tttt 1 hr hi-fi
i-' :.r,i.l i' Io i--fT:ritl tr m v i! !ir- 1 rcTiilt-rit I'ttiito
in .-. tit). ran tee- I am ;jiiiuuh: toi J vliij' l
Brnyists, Sole Agents, corner Third avenac and
Twentieth street. Kock Isianil. 111.
SHAlriES GOLDEN SPECIFIC
l fai wf (HtrR In m fmn t.rMr-r mr Tin aril.
ff frM4. wnbAiit the Wflowif dee o the patipnt. 11
ntwanary. It . aboli.Tly harml'Hifl and will eflet a
permanent and apedy cure. wherhT the rtint m a
moderate, drinker or an alolo)icirrelc. ITNM I'K
r it operate ao qu rtly and with attch eer-
tainty that the pntient nnirirofn no irifonvenienee.
and ere he is w-irv. hi cmplrte rformaufm sa
t fleeted. 48 pace book ol particutara fre.
Marshall Fisher and T.
fists, Kock Island. 111.
The Great French Remedy for Snppressions
and Monthly Invenlarit:,-..
Ladies Use I.e Pncs IN riodical VV, of Paris.
France; enaratitt-cd to accomplish all that is
claimed for them. Tone nscd monthly for troiible
pcculiar to women Fnll directions with eai h
box. 82 -r box or thri-e I on s for r. American
Pill Co.. royalty proprietors. StH-ncer, Iowa. The
Pennine pill obtained of itto Kml.-rt, Elm street,
Kock Island, J.ijipe Jk Co , Davenport, and of al)
THE MOLINE SAVINGS CAK
(Charted hy the lA'L'l-laturc of Illinois.)
MOLINE, - ILLS.
Open daily frvn 9 A M. to S P. M ., and on Tues
day and Satardir Gveniturs from 7 to
Interest allowed on Despos-ta at the rate
of 4 per Cent. ;ht Annum.
Deposits received in amounts of
$1 and Upwards.
SKCI KITY AND ADVANTAGES.
The private property of the Tmstcc is ri-spon-sible
to the depositor. The ofllcers are pmnibl
tod from lsrrowi.ii any of its moneys. Minors
and married womn protected hy special law.
OrpicRs:. W. WnititLocK, President; foa
txr Skinner, Vice Prxsidi-iit ; C. F. HiaikWAV,
TursTaas: S. W. Wheclock, Porter Skinner,
C. K. lii'miiiway, J Silas Leas, tj. 11 Edwards,
Htrara Darlinf, A. S. Wrlitht, J. S. Keator, U,
U. Hemenway, '. Vitzthnm.
tsThe only chartered ravines Bank in Reck
"HAS IKVKKTKD A-
which does its work in a thorough manner.
rrlt thnronrhly pnrifles the air and removes
all obnoxious smells. For sale at Kmil K.whler'a
Trick 50 Cknts pkr Botti.k.
HOMES AID LIVES-
By using A. F. Schmid's, the pioneer resi
dent Lightning Kod dealers celebrated
which he keeps constantly on hand. Anv job, to
ma'ver how complicated, done in the most
scientific manner. Competition in
prices and quality defied.
A. F. SCHMIDT.
So. 821 Twentieth SU. i;.s tt ieland.
R. R. TICKET
(Member American Ticket lirokers' Ass'tn)
IIkduord Rates to all Points.
OFFICE In Adama Express Office nnder
BOLE AGENT FOR
Tha Pope Mfe; Co.'s Bicycles. Ladies and
Children's Bicycles a specialty.
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICAL CO.'S
Improved Crystallized "
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
14 and 1 Maiden Lane. N. Y. Branch : Marion,
Ind. For sale by T li. Thorns. Dru-pist. Kock
Island, I1L . sep. 2-dtim
V-J - B a
. - ;
f ,.,Tr-,-, ?!f OakStove?,
pjt Q pj
vJ i . . . ,
? :TVS- "ZS 'fcg,trr'' Ui limn, n.e !-i-
t 1 -a
J. B. ZIMMER,
-THR WELL KNOWN
Hag jut ic'urnetl from Europe ami woulJ be pleased to see lr iti t .i- i
bin place of Imsiness in
Star Bloch, Oppomtk IIakpku IIhusk.
FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS
for lS'JO 91 have been received.
Agency for Excelsior Roofing Company
liifS-' ,;vv -V
CHKAPKR THAN PniKOLEa.
Bend for clrcnlar. (Te ephone
Has opened big New and Spicioua
No. 1G20 to 1G26 Third awnu-,
where be would tic pleasetl to see his friends.
olrlaelsVn 'th-i'' " A1 nd Por1,r- the kn drink -mil and :.!f,
n,y place iu the city w he e you can get it. Koast Beef Lnnce eery day fn.n, 10 '.. I .'.
J. X. DIXOJNT,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1 1706. Second Avenue.
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 2C00 Fifth ATenue, KOCK ISLAM
ty-Sew,to.e,nw stock, the best ood. at the
House and Sign Painter.
First-class Graining and Paper Hanging.
P. O. Box 672.
BABY Seuv'ered FREE
NiBrpuiaijitiMiDM lum. Abo, Bab
"I. "Us. tisMm si Oirla" T1V7B.
l Oncor aTat tklna mod
U O. I. dinn fnsa L ti hp , lae.
1ry. ttl W. alaSnna St.. Chicarik SS as
IS BMSd. fid Sr. si.Bt. for mm nl a-
" VUV-IJV lcr. TtlanJMhiinlltbtMrM.
eat .ry makila rna aa and mai n, wilh sn belkrf ocdeo
tat; T Ps ettmj to bay al han and par daabte pfs, fce
hded, sbfA-wora cal. will awa aod tnai to order. Tm
ampM at apaoltUnnt nlathta. aead Iw It Maiupa Sndta
adOisaiiaraniaadawbaaiaata. UTJUotua Una papss.
UrkMaT BBa. . .
BE VaUrf CUauottiatar
Call or sen4 fop eirmlar eonuUnlnaj
a HU-relunaeureaof tnauinp
t Ion. Cancer, BrwUt's litseane. Keruf nla,
Erunu. R v 11 h 1 . bK.... ....
arrh, Tnmora. Htomaeh Tronblea. ete..
Arentswantedssrerrwbera. BUKias lllllill SLLISa
to., Ce. Piarliara aa4 Aaaaa atrsm, IMItiUI,
may De futiiul ota
n at bim r.
Icvsrar ADTaansiso Btnuau (10 6prao
ttreetli atnera aaTer
tuBna eou tracts may
1 r. 7
1 1 5 an.! i;:; u
DAVIS & GO,
A complete stock of
Pip, Brass Goods, l'at Uii i:
Hose, Fire Brick, Vac
Sole Agents for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10KS
We pnarantrc every or.e jmrfect. and w ill , , ,..
Twenty day"s trial, to rem-ib!i- pan.. -
Safety Heating Boilers ftcd Cunlra.-t -i - f. .
fnrnihbiDr and layitie Water, -.t.
1712 First At .
Hxk Islan-I, 1 ;ii-..m
Telephone 1148. heaidet re '1 1. 1 1 i t l i
r -r " - :
r; V fcXr S
T. U. ELLIS. Rork Istan.l. i:i .
KCtii Cor. Fonr et uth St tn! s. .-oi .1 A .
lowest prices, A share of oatronaje soli, ite J.
Shop Fourth Are. bet. list and d Sts.
J, M. BUFORD,
M4 Fhs and Tlia-tr'd vaaasaa
L0SSF3 PROMPTLY PAID.
MalMlnH ani rtiati ..: aar- at.
JS yj ktlnvM- .if-s
lernlinv re i i.r
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Ibon .it.. iim -'v t.r
I L-r-s, in.- it and bvl
Hreaklvh KalV in w..mn.efi,liiut it
TsStMSSOHf ejTi Ui all
. saicaiNtii,b V "jjt A. J. t.t'NKK. M.
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