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THE FIRST TRIE
Into the Mouth of the Hennepin
Reek Inland and Davenpart Join In
a Jolly Vayace Thraatrh C'apt. WMt
ney'a Conrteay The Jloa. J. H. Mur
phy Talkn and All have a Uood
Tbe excursion down tbe river on the
steamer A.. J. Whitney yesterday after
noon and voyage into the mouth of tbe
proposed Ilennnepin canal proved a
most delightful affair. It was entirely
informal, given through the courtesy of
Capt. A. J. Whitney, master of the boat,
and E. W. Baker, purser, to the re pre
sentative citizens of Rock Ialatd and
Davenport. The invitations simply read:
Sept. S), im, S p. m. Steamer A. J. Whitney.
Capt. A. J. Whitney and. E. W. Hiker, purser.
At the hour named in the above a num
ber of Rick Island citizens assembled on
the, river bank at the foot of Nine
teenth street where the Whitney,
with the national colors flying from
the mast head, was coaling up for
the trip. Tbe boat was in command of
Capt. Whitney, Purser Baker welcoming
all at the gins' plank, while Tony Lc
Claire was in the pilot house. After re
ceiving ber cargo of guests, and fuel the
boat steamed across the river to Daven
port where a lare number of citizens had
gathered In acceptance of the same invita
tion. They were quickly taken aboard
and after greetings and an exchange of
compliments .the boat started on her de
IT THE IIENNEPI.V CANAL.
Tbi complete roster of those on board
contained the following:
Mtyor William McConochie, Juilpe
Lucittn Adams, Capt. T. J. UobinaiHj,
Rv. R. F. Swift, Maj. II. C. Conneilv.
Ir. C. C. Carter. Dr. W. A. Paul.
Messrs. R Crampton. W. B Fonruion.
T. .1. M.;dill. Jr., C. E. Case, R. J. FuU
erton, Phil Mitchell, Geo. Lsmont, W.
H. Pierce. J. B. Danfurdi, J. S. Gilanre.
H. W. Duenberre, A. M. Blakelcy.
vHiier jotir.son, or lue Lui.m, and an
Mayor ('. A Fii-ke. City Ci-rk J. L
Hehert, hnyineer Thos. Murriw. Strtet
ComniissidntT B. H. Lahrmann, City
rbysician A. W. Cant well. W. D Peter
con, H. T. Dfnison. Dr. C. T. Lindley.
Dr. W. O. Kulp. Hun J. H. Murphv,
Ucn. A'ld H. Sanders; Mers. M. L
Marks, W. 41. Forrest. W. K. While.
Bleik Peters, W. C. Putnam. J. II. Pres.
ton, C. Beideroecke. Robt. Kraus;, W. C.
Witdnwortb. A. H. Sanders. S F. Smith.
J. H. Hass, J. J. Humphrey,!!. Ebert.S.
W. Reece, J. A. LvClaire, W. J. McCu'
lough. A. J. Iiirsct.l. Hnnry Schnitger, A.
O-hs. John Finch. W. S Cameron. "'Marsh
No, Jas. Thompson, H. FI. Andresen, E
S. CatI. P. Roddewitr. M Frahm. I) Ry
an, Dr. Richter. of l)r Dentocrit, K1ph
Cram, of the J)fmcril. w. M. Puree, of
the Tribune. li A. Carr, of the Boston
lrnveler, and J. V. Swisrtrt. of the Ma-
quoketa Sentinel, Cbas. Francis, of Rock
Island arsenal and Hon. L W. Stuart, of
. Jacsson county, Iowu.
The run down the river was quickly
made, the little craft rounding into the
mouth of the canal (Rock river) at a few
minutes before 4. One of the crew was
sent to tbe bow of tbe boat to make sound
ings. me stage of the water at
first registered eight feet, then seven
then eight again, then back to seven, to
five, and from that it declined until after
the boat had run a half mile 'vben the
pole registered three and a half feet
Capt. Whitney called a halt here and or
dered his pilot to turn ahout. Tbe voy
agers hail given expression to their joy at
the realization of their long cherished
hopes of seeing the Hennepin canal in
entering the mouth nature had afforded
lor the great waterwav. and when the
boat stopped all broke forth with oneic
cord in three cheers that resounded
through The woods in a manner that
brought several of the natives down to
the bank to investigate. The whistle on
the pilot houe sent up three shrieks of
delight and then there were calls for Hon.
J- II. Murphy. Tbe ex-congressman
gracefully acknowledged the compliment
and stepping to the center of the group on
the boat's upper deck, he made a few fit
The joys that were in his breast on this
occasion, he said, could not be expressed
in words Those feelings were only in
tensitled by the happy expressions on the
faces before him. lie then spoke of the
difficulties encountered in the early stages
of the work for the canal, the struggle at
the S:. Louis convention In which he,
together with Capt. Robinson, of this
.city, tbe late Geo. II. French, of Daven
port, and El ward Russell the former edi
tor of tbe Davenport Gazette, nnd now of
Minneapolis, after being first frozen out
of the convention were finally after un
yielding exertion, were readmitted as del
egates, and the result was the conven
tion gave tbe canal one of the finest en
dorsements it had ever received in a
waterway convention. He enumerated
some of the great benefits that would come
to commerce by the construction of the
canal, gave statistics to show the great
reduction in freight rates that would re
sult from water transportation; for in
stance, that the cost of shipping a bushel
of wheat from New York to Liverpool
was no more now than the rate from Rock
Island to Chicago. As an another illus
tration he cited the fact that it costs fifty
cents per ton to ship anthracite coal from
Erie, Pa., to Chicago, a distance of eight
hundred miles by water, whereas the
charges by rail from Chicago to the Mis
sissippi. 182 miles, are SI 50 per ton.
What is true of coal is applicable
with equal truth to nil articles of
heavy merchandise. With these grati
fying facia before us Mr. Murphy
thought all had reason to rejoice, and
it was for this that he felt in a con
gratulatory mood. Last but not least he
was happy and congratulatory, and he
felt that all should be, in tbe assurance
. that within the next week a half million
dollars would be brought from the na
tional treasury and expended here in this
locality. - Money is to the world of busi
ness what blood is to the human system.
It must circulate or we fall prostrate,
and this money would give bread and
meat to hundreds of needy poor in this
communitj and start Rock Island, Dav
enport and Moline on the road to pros
perity. He extended his thanks for the
compliments shown him. and In conclu
sion said he would rather have the little
token given him on his return from
Washington a week ago than to be presi
dent; he would rather" have it as a me
morial to leave than a million dollars.
Three cheers were given for Mr. Mur
phy and a proposition to repeat them for
Mrs. Murpby was no tooner said than
done. Then there were cheers for Capt.
Robinson and Capt. Whitney. Aa the
boat passed Capt. Whitney's yards and
home three cheers were given for Mrs.
Whitney. The boat on its return went
up to the draw pier Bnd all took a look at
it and then cheered Engineer Francis,
who directed it. and who was one of
the excursionists. The boat landed
at Davenport first and three cheers
by the Rock Islanders for their Daven
port brothers were given and the courte
sy heartily reciprocated. On landing at
Rock Island tbe voyogers from this city
gave three cheers for Capt. Whitney,
Purser Baker and the crew of the A. J.
Whitney, and thus ended the first trip in
to the Hennepin canal, a voyage histori
cal as well as pleasurable.
During the trip, Mr. J. L. Hebert, of
Davenport, responded to invitations to
sing with "A Warrior Bold' and "Nancy
Lee," and a gentleman from Moline. who
no doubt came with tbe permission of
that city, played a number of selections on
an ocrina. It proved an industrious il
lustration of the extent of the enthusiasm
of the city on the east for tbe Hennepin.
however. A basket of grapes with the
compliments of Mr. J.J. Humphrey, of
Davenport, was partaken of with relish
by the representatives of the two cities
Rock Island and Davenport and there
were none sour among them . As the two
cities enjoyed the fruit's purest, sweetest
jutce they renewed their allegiance to
cai:h oiher, pledging that in the future
their eff irts should be more united than
ever to the end that they mijjht enjoy
tocet her, as indeed they will, the fruits
which the Hennepin canal will bring for
many years ot toil in which both have
shared so cheerfully and so happily
There is more Catarrh in this section of
the country than all other diseases put
together, and until the last fw vears wa
supposed to be incurable. For a treai
many years doctors pronounced it a local
disease, and prescribed local remedies
and by constanMy fading to cure with
local treatment, pronounced it incurable.
Science has proven catarrh to be a con
stitutional disease, and therefore requires
constitutional treatment. Hali's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney &
Co . Toledo, Ohii, is tbe only constitu
tional cure on ttie market. It is taken
iuternally in li ses from ten drops to n
teaspoonful. Ii acts directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of tbe system
They offer one hundred dollars for any
case it fads to cure. Send for circulars
and testimonials. Address,
F. J. Cueeney & Co.. Toledo, O
Sold by druygists, 75e.
Only One Mire Excursion
And last opportunity for Come seekers
and others via the Chicago. Rock Island
fc 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 first class and good or
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 out first-class
fare one wny only. B sure that vour
ticket reads via the C, R. I. fc P. Ry ,
which has its own lines to principal points
in many of the above named states.
For rates and full particulars address
W. I Cbeever, Pass. Agt., Central Dis
trict. Peoria. 111., or Jno. Sebsstian, G. T.
fc P. Agt., Cbicaco, III.
The St- Loan Fair
The thirtieth great St. Louis fair
opens Oct. 6 and continues six days;
70 000 is offered in cash premiums, to
be distributed among the exhibitors of
horses, cattle, sheep, swine and poultry;
machinery, mechanical nnd industrial dis
plays, works of art, textile fabricB, pro.
duce, fruits and vegetables, geological and
chemical specimens. The collection of
wiid beasts; birds and 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, and it is now
complete in all its details.
On tbe night of Tuesday, Oct. 7. the
grand annual nocturnal pageant of the
Veiled 1'rophet will be given at an ex
pense of thousands of dollars.
Mrs. Cuuiso Take care how you hold
tho b;iby. John. The sun is shining on
Mr. Cumso I don't care. I've often
thought a tanning would do him good.
Tlmt l Why. 1
"A toad gets angnVr than any other
"I wonder why?"
"I snppo it is becauR-s if he losi8 his
temppr at all he gets hopping mad."
Alice Why, Edith, is that you? What
a pretty bonnet you have on!
Editb Ho you think I look well in it?
Alice Yes, indeed I hardly knew
you. Mansers Weekly.
It Was Wrong.
Stern Parent This is a nice time to
come down in the morning, John. Look
at my watch; 9:00! ftow, is this right?
Yonng Hopeful No, sir; it's not right:
it's fast. America.
Of No Personal Intr-
Wicks Do yon know how to address
Gaggles I do, but pray how can that
Interest vou? Boston Times.
A Confirmed Cynic.
' Bunting It is odd that Mc Watty is
such a pessimist.
Larkin Yes; he's never happy unless
he's miserable. Judge-.
Hard foal Market.
Best quality Anthracite coal, all sizes,
$7.23 per ton, screened and delivered.
25c per ton discount for cash. Cannel
coal for gratea. blacksmiths' coal, coke
and charcoal always on band.
E. Q. Fkazkr.
We find 8t. Patrick's pills to be very
extra and to give splendid satisfaction.
They are now about the only kind called
for. W. A. Wallace. Oasis, Iowa. For
sale by Hahtz & Bahnskn. druggists.
If the barbers obtain the weekly holU
day they are after, there will be few Sue
day cutting scrapes.
THE LEGISLATIVE TICKET. I
Facta That the Voter Will fee Obliged
ta Bear la Mlad.
The voters of Rock Inland nnd Henry
counties composing the T entj-flret
senatorial district should bear in mind
that the selection of candidates for the
legislature both house and seiate this
fall is an unusually importai t matter.
These legislators will elect a Un ted States
senator to succeed Mr. Farwell. Mr.
Farwell says he is a candidate, but some
have it that on account of recent ill
health be will not bo in tbe fiVld. Should
the next legislature be republ can some
man would be selected of whom the peo
ple may know nothing as regar is bis po
litical record or int Dtions. II. will not
be responsible to the voters, but. in a
way, responsible only to the bosses that
gave him tbe place. lie will btlong to
the party that gives us high taxes acd
supports trusts and syndicates and mo
nopolies and combinations of all kinds to
the injury ot the people generally.
General Palmer is the democratic can
didate for the United States seriate. He
is among tbe people day in an 1 day out
explaining bis views and stating what his
course will be if elected. Wherever be
has been heard the masses are enthusias
tic over bis utterances. They know ex
actly what to expect if he should
be sent to tbe national senate. But the
peop'elo not elect him directly and as
that is done by those whom they send to
tbe legislature it behooves them to know
well the intention of those tlcy seed
there. They certainly want men who are
opposed to high taxes and men who wll
look after tbe Interests of tin people.
Should the next legislature be democratic
and there is every reason to believe
that it will then General Palmer will be
elected to tbe United States sen ite. and
will see to it that the rights of the people
are carefully maintained.
The democratic candidates for the leg
islature, as is well known, are: For tbe
senate, R. H. Hinmin. of Cambridge,
Henry county, an intelligent, trintworty
farmer; for the house, George W. Vinton,
of Moline, a manufacturer; and John A.
Wilson, farmer, of Rural towosl ip, both
of this county Both Messrs. Wi son and
Vinton are upright, vigorous and intelli
gent men. and deserve well, as does Mr.
Hinman, all the honi.r that the voters of
the district may be pleased to tit upon
them. Every step should be takei. to elect
29 William Pavne to Joseph Burg
hart. parinenF, 12. 17. 2. $2,425.
Thomas Holmes to Lizze Bloofl-ld.pitrt
ot lot 4-1. town of Milan, f 15C.
S L Meader to John Oilman, lot 6
block 7. town of Hampton, $5K)
Richard Webster et al to L F Baker,
lot 5, block 7, original town of He. nipt on
30 Guardianship of Lawrence P.
rswenson. Guardians report fil.?d and
HOCK ISLAND & FEOBIS. RAILWAY.
0 je Fare for the Konnd Trip en Acc 111: of tbe
S'ate Fair Special Trami.
rare 10 reoria ami return ?J lb on ac
count of the state fair, Sept. 2 7th and
Oct. 3d. Soeciil trains on Wednesday
Thursday and Friday, Ojt. 1st. 2 1 and
3 J. Leave Rock Island at 6:15 a. m : re
turning leave Peoria at 6pm, striving
in Kock Island at 9:35 p. m Regular
trains leave Rock Island at 9:15 a m. and
2.20 p. m. Tickets good on all tr ..ins.
Depot foot of Twentieth street.
F. U. Rockwell, Aj-ent.
The burning of the largest portion of
tne city of Colon is much to be reg-etted
The place may now be appropriately re
ferret! to as semi-Colon.
In the pursuit of the gooa thirgs of
khis world we anticipate too much; we
eat out the heart and sweetness of -world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results obtained from the use
f Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
ill claims. It cures dyspepsia, and a!!
iioinacn, iiver, Kiiney ana niauiier
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a sure cure for airuo and
malarial diseaea. Price, 60 cet tf. of
The voice of experience Sunday
school teacher: Love tby neighbor ns
thyself. Who is "thy neighbor?" Lit
tie girl: Please, ma'am, the folSs aj bor
rows from us.
To Mervoai Debilitated Ken.
If you will send me your address we
will mail you our illustrated pamphlet
explaining all about Dr. Dye's celet rated
electro voltaic belt and appliance, and
their charming etfects upon the nervous
debilitated system, and how they will
quickly restore you to vigor, mat hood
and health. Pamphlet free. If ycu are
thus afflicted, we will send you a belt and
appliances on a trial .
Voltaic Belt Co.. Marshall, Mii:h.
Sympathy Mr. Brumford Chappy: A
fellow told me today that I didn't 1 now
enough to go in when it rained. Miss
Edgeily: What a want of tact!
Who of us are wimout trouble be tbcj
mall or large? Tbe blessings of h jaltb
are best appreciated when we are sich
and in pain. A hacking cough, a nevcrk
cold, or any throat or lung disease arc
very troublesome; but all of these mt y be
quickly and permanently cured by Dr.
Bigelow'a Cure. 8afe and pleasant foi
shildren . Price 50 cents.
The kind country cousins with whom
the city relatives boarded all summer will
soon try the blessings of reciprocity.
Fit Room Conagai.
22x28. with kitchen addition and cV
tern, on Thirtyseventh street, for wale,
on monthly payments. E. H. Gcyeb
A frequent exception He: All the
world loves a lover. She (gently:) Ex
cept sometimes the girl the lover lovi s.
' Oh. if I only had her complex ion I
Why, it is easily obtained. Use Pozzoni's
Extra Liability to Malarial Inf-cMon
Persons whose blood is tblo, digestion 'Teak
and liver sluggish, are extra-livble to the attacks
of malarial disease. The most trifling expc sure
may, nnder each conditions. Infect a syUem
which, if healthy, would resist the miasnatic
taint. The only way to secure Immunity Jrom
malaria in localities where If is preva'ent. is to
tone and regulate the system by improving
weakened digestion, enriching the blood, and
riring wholesome Impetus to biliary secretion!
These results .are accomDlished b nnthin r
effectively as Ho-tetter's Stomach Bitters, w uch
long experience has proved to be the most relt ihle
safegusrd against fever and arne and kindred
d surders. as well as the best remadv tnr tit am
The Bitters are, moreover, an excellent invieo
rant of the oruans of urination, and an active de
purent, eliminating from the blood those acid im
purities which originate rheumatic ailments.
w. Caatioa an
The unprecedented success and merit
of Ely's Cream Balm a real cure for ca
tarrh, hay fever and cold in tbe head
has induced many adventurers to place
catarrh medicines bearing some resem
blance in appearance, style or name upon
the 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 commandation of
it. A particle is applied into each nos
tril: no pain; agreaeble to use. Price
PURIFY VOUR BLOODIr
FRCPAREO ONLY 3Y
rwtm suss., p ittsel'bsh. pa.
Cheapest and best place in the paper for
"Wants," -Lout," "Sale" and "Kent" notices.
Only one-bttlf cent a word. Everybody reads thi
crlijmn. Try it.
or not ; enquire- at lbJS Second avenue. -lw
PUR RENT-FIVE PLEASANT
.17 healthy location 2320 Fourth avenue.
Monev lonned or Furniture
stored at Southeast corner Perry and Third Sis.,
SALE VALUABLE PATENT IM-
provement on Elevators. Now in operation at
Star Kinis'hiui; Works, trvft Hamilton St., Pui!a.ia.
Pa; preserves life and limb; for full particulars
apply to ROIST J. WALKER. Inventor.
WANTED An active Traveling Salesman to
S' ll a ttt-neral line of onr Merchandise to
merchants only. Uood wanes and expense paid.
Wholesale office 55 -157 Washington M , Chicago.
WANTED. A LADY TO MANAGE A
Ursncn office, at her own home, for the Fa
mous Female Specific "Orange Liiy"; a splendid
opportunity; ailiiress with stamp. The Dr. Coon
ley Medical Institute. South Bend Ind.
ALESMEX WANTED TO SELL Nl'hKEKY
Stock. Situations penuaneut, salary aud ex
penses, or eomnii'-toii from start. No expert
ence necessary. Outfit free. Wiite for term.
siatinet:e II. E. HOOK.KK CO., Nurserymen,
rcociie.-it-r, hi. v.
WANTED GENERAL STATE AGENT To
open heailunarter in some principal city.
B-uniH enrinsive omrroi r t our nu-iness anil ap
point loeal ami snl-as ut In everv city in the
state: pootls well known, staple flour. In uni
ver-al oemami. and pay a n.t vrwflt of 50 toll")
percent. Aililresa THE LNloN COMPANY
744 Broadway, New York. 25
LL MBKR Ll'MBSR-YARD WORKMEN OF
all erades. can secure steadv eniDtovm-nt in
the lumier yards of Chicago at from 81.50 lo
$2 Ou per day ou application in person to E. E.
HOOPER. Secretary of the Chicago Lnruber
1 a'd Dealer's As-oclatlon. room 6IB Chamber of
oromerre. s. E. corner LaSalle aud Washington
ATTOP.XEY AT LAW Office with J. T.
worthy, 1725 Second Avenue.
JACKSON' k HUKST,
TTORXEYS AT LAW. Office in Rock Island
tl national Hank Building, Rock Island, 111.
E. D, SWEENEY. c. L. WALEE&.
SWEEXTT & WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
XiOmce in Beugston a block. Rock Island, 111.
MeENIKT k McEX'IKY,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money or eood
security, make collections. Reference. Mitch-
en Lynae. Mniere onice in roftorace block.
THE IAILY ARAL'S.
FOR SALE EVEHY EVENING at Crampton's
Newsstand. Five eents per copy.
DRS. RUTHERFORD & BUTLER,
PRADV ATES OF THE ONTARIO VETERNA
'Jry collect:, eternary Physl
Office! Tin.iaH's Livery stable
y collect:, Veternary Physloians anp Suriteou
cc! Tin!ir LWerv stable: Residonce: Over
Aiters Bakery, market square
ViJPITllsC'C Teaches lw students a
lALtLIIKL W trade an then starts
them In rallroal eervice
Send for rirrulnr.
1TI rCDftDUV VALENTINE BROS
LLLDnHI 111 13-19 Janesvilli, Wis.
To sell our goods by samnle to wholesale and re
tail trade. We are the larzest manufacturers in
our line. Liberal salary pud. Permanent posi
tion. Money advanced for wage, advertising
etc. Fcrr?rm aidress
CKNTEKNIA . MFO. CO., Cblcain, III.
To sell the popular M. E. ADJUSTABLE FORM
CORSET. It is worn by Ladies wishing comfort
ana a gooa rorm. for particulars address
ELGIN CORSET CO.,
River Street, ELGIN, ILL.
WM. 0. KULP, D. D.S.
OFFICE RE5IOVED TO
Rooms 6, 7, 28 and IN,
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT. IA.
J. M. QASPARD,
Library Building, Davenport, Iowa, Call for
estimates and see work before going to Chicago.
iLOUIS K. GILLSON & CO.,
Increase all other soldiers' claims
Rrosecnted. write us about you
ietropolitan block, Chicago, ill.
Write us about your ease. Room 4,
CHAS. R. WHEELAN,
Undertaking and Embalming
Dlmlck Block, No. SOB 80th St., Rock Island.
Having purchased a complete line of Tndertek
int; goods, with hearse and anpuartennces, and
having secured tbe services of Mr. (Jeo. E. Reed,
of Chicago, an expert funeral director and em
banner of 13 year experience, 1 am fully pre
pared to guarantee satisfaction.
After 22 years experience Id teaching Instru
mental Music, I will promise yon more theory with
lesa lessons for the least money of any teacher in
under onr supervision, snven each Juvenile pupil.
Teachers will save mou, in i.ai.
Books of us. One-third off of marked price on
Sheet music to every one. Leave orders, naming
author, at my music rooms, 1U Second avenue.
We make a specialty of teaching ltwn.Hn.uj
teachers how to teach.
Address me at 14U6 Brady 8t Davenport, la.
Mitd. C. A. NEftKKfia. '
WEDNESDA V, OCTOBER 1, 1890.
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PIIRF "1 ;
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM
Jj'oTICK OK FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Estate of ShermanO E'liott, Deceased.
Public notice is heseby given. That tbe under
signed, Ashley W, Klllott,' admints'rator cum tt
(amenta anazo of Sherman O. Elliot , deceased,
has tli'a day filed his final r.-port and 'ett 'errent
as such in the rounly court or K.Krk ls!aud c umy,
and that an older has been eiiterrd by fl ourt
approving the Siild report, unleiM objcctl-nit Mi re
to or cause to the contrary be fliov, n on or before
thttirt day of October A 1). l.KI; avd nt:i the
Enal approval of said report the saiu A-t'l. y W.
Elliott will ask to be discharged. Ai! ptrsviia in
terested are notirted to attend.
Rock Island, ill., August 3f, lSr
ASHLEY W. KI.LK'TT.
Administrator fvm tttainento anaru Sherman
O. Bllioit. deceased sept 1 tl :
XECCTOK S NOTICE.
Est ite of Bart:tra Riss, Dece:ued.
The undersigned, having been appointed Ex
ecutor of the estate of Bar. ara 1,'is. late
ot the county of Rock Island, state of Illinois
deceased, hereby gives iVice tht he will
appear liefore the ctmnty court of Rock Island
county, at the office of the clerk of said court, in
the city cf Rock island, at the Novemln-r term, on
the First Monday in Novembcrnext, at wloeh time
all persons having claims against said estate ::re
notitled and requested to attend for the purjtoseof
having thesaine adjusted. All persons-indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Hated this 15th day of Septem'wr. A . f.. 1!0.
epli;d3r JOHN R1SS, Executor.
Estate of t'liartes Dunn, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed admin
lstratrix of the estate of Charles lnim. lat
of the county of Roek Island, state of III nois. de
ceased, hereby givt-s notice that she will apfn-ar
before the county conrt of Rock Island county, at
the o:Bce of the clerk of said court, in the citv of
Rock Island, at the November term, on the flr-t
Monday in November next, at .widch time all
persons hiving claims against said estate are no
tified and requested to attend for the purpose of
having the same .uliusted. All persons indebted
tosaidestate are requested to make immediate
pnymeni to me nnderslgncd.
Dated this 1th day SeDteiiber. A. D. 1 9ft.
CATHEKINE A. DUNN. Administratrix,
Dr. S. E.
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio.)
Has Permanently Lor-t
In the past six "notilbshe ha succes-fuliy
of tbe most aevere character.
The names of a few who live in Davenport an t
vicinity, who have been surcessfutly treated are
en oeiow :
Mr A L Pain. Mrs M-iry Watson rhenmatism;
Miss Lizzie Vane-. Mr John Speiker. eaiar-h ;
Visa Anna Davi. Mr Wro Sankev f, scrofula; Mrs
J A Wisner. Mr F L Ma onhamer. hetft disease:
Mm F W Marshall, (11 years etan.lingi pl ea .
Mr Ssmnol S,M-ieea, (It piles:
Mr Islah Doty (7 " " ) -tilrs;
Mrs May Werdt. J A Wright. S.ir.h Munsou.
Frank Haves. Wm Mciiranalian, K Ttioinp'on.
These are a very few of the manv t-'siimonials
Ihe doctor has, but they are ensugli to liow what
can be done by one who thoroughly uioiersrauds
the eause and treatment of lisene.
lt7 Loss of Manhood. Semiuai WeaVn and
Errors of Youth, positively and permanently
"Possltlvely no case taken that cat.not be
enred. Correspondence accompanied by 4c in
stamps promptly answered.
Ofllce McCullough's Xcw Block.
W. Third Street, near Ksin,
-ALL KINDS OF
Cast Iron Work
done. A specialty of furnishing all kinds
of Stoyes with Castings ot 8 cents
A MACHINE SHOP
ha been added where all kind, of machine
' work will be done first-class.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
WHEN YOU ARE READY
&?J,Ji,no",,1rt " Tr1- " a" or snennd
nsnd rnstrnment, jt.w c.msnlt y.mr uwu bet in
rTTst br wntinir us for torms and prices
rr 05 enmenr. will tll you thst it is alwavs
safe to do bunuiai with a honse of eatahliihed n.nu
.!DP.D Tna that sueh linuso sells
'hT-iOWE"T PRK-ES. uusiit; eonsMVn-d. and
TL 1. e terms, jr. hi have oil tb hotter nnuaia
lor pUcin your order with it. Wo sell ll host in-
Planus to olt all tatoa and puma
Our exhibit includes saeh makns as
The Peerlewa Knnbe, The- Artistic Kree.er.
Tbe Popular Fiwbcr,
Tba New Enaland and I'rnra Pian'oa.
JHrr itartieuum call on or trritc
IninanMRiiUiianttrananriii. t..iiu..Li.. n.
f moreM ad iun,iit. 1
nranpuy an lirvtia-edruiriri . or um
.xah-uy all lirvt-ia-edruirio ;. or uail.M lor DO eus.
in tajnp by
Snrp frirPcTl ESTabusheo 1851 1 1 8a 80.
DUreiUreSIJ chCago, Ills. ClarkSt.
Tbe Begalar 01d-stablLsliea
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEOH
b still Treating with the Greatest
SKILL and SUCCESS
' Cbroiiic, Ncrvois and Private Diseases.
-NERVOUS DEBILITY. Lost Man.
hood, railing Memory, Exhausting Drains,
Terrible Dreams, Head and Back Ache and ail
thetuects leading to early decay and perh.p.Con.
.-umptionor Insanity, treated scknuhcaily by new
method with never fuiling succct.
i-SYPl-llL.13 and an Daa tuna ma aam
Diseases n.-rmanently cured.
a XIDnbY and
Gleet, Gonorrhoea, Stricture, Varicocele and
nil discMra of the Cenito-l'rinurv Unrans cured
promptly without injury to Storr.ach, Kidneys or
other Ore. in.
- No experiments. Ae and experience
Important. Consultation tree and sacred.
i""AII correspondence is sacredly rivaie.
Forty Years I'ractice ena! l s Dr. Claike to Guar
antee Cures in all Curable Caso rf Eczema.
Scrofula. Syphilis, llladder and Kidney li
rasen. l earorrhtea end IVn sle Trouldes. I.lier
tomplaint. atarrh, all Hlood, Skin aad er
No matter who has failed to cure you, write
Dr. Clarke a full history ot your case. Hours,
bus; Sundays, q to i. Call on or address
F. D. CLARKE, M.D.,
186 So. Clark St., CHICAGO. ILL.
TO THE AFFLICTED!
SaoSJ1 W'hr pay bid foes to quacks when the best
gJSm medical treatment ran be bad for reaaoD-
J ahleprleesof The Fern Chemical Co., pre
1 f pared from the prescriptions of Dr. Will
d.' lamsai physician of world-wide repute t
'VnilmlC aJkll sunennic from tserolnal
I UU.10 mLn snd Nerroua Debility.
I9 ot Memory. Despondency, etc
f nm earir indiscretionsor other cauMs; ajso
llini! F ACJfl lirV mbo experience a weakness
MIUULL-SC.U HIlH inadvaiiceottbelryara.Kid-m-T
and Rladoer tnmbles, etc., will find our Method
' I 'j reatmeni a aie, certain ana npeeay cunts.
OriUL'll DICTII I CC ExptfrteoceproTesthatin.
OCmln AL I AO I ILLCO. temai mpdlciresj a will
nctrnretoeat'oveailmenta. Ir. llliams.
rho has itiren special attention to tbeae
llseases for many yenra.prearrtbps Semi
nal ltllh wbH-b actdlrectlr nptm the
dlseaMsl otvnns.and restore TlKr better
than Momaih Meclirines. as tn'y are not
ci aaced byt he ast rtcju Ice and req tl ire no
churitte of dletortnterrupliontnbuftine-'M.
HOME TREATKEKT fntm llt'vndayit,
costlnK from H Ou t f 15.1(1, nsed with un-
illlntns private practice. Oire them a trial.
CPPPIPIP II n 01 fortheKMneyaandBladdprcoTC
01 Lblllb nU.01 roeent cases In one U four days.
UTERINE EUTROPHIC VZtSSSSS:'
Call or write for Catalogue and Information before
Couaultinir others, Address
THE PERU CHEMICAL CO.,
189 Wisconsin Street, MILWAUKEE, WIS.
NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT.
in y-tr H-st,-ri. litrt ii. I its. S,.'iislra. V.,ke-ttii-i,
.ltnt.il r-pre-ioi.. s-,lt -m.i..' it,,- tlmtn.rt'
.-j'l.i,-: in in iiol.nt! I i.'.uiln to i::i-- , (l.'-a. un .
i. .:! . T-. Mial'ire tM A. lUim-niM . .1 I'or
mi- .iio.' er. Imvi,1ii'it v I ;,ii. S;i,im:i,o: , luejt
tiiM-.t I,.' ovrsx,-! tin i f lis,, lirilti - f--it.ii. u-
,';'!':! -,. i.at-li n Ta'n- on. in-.t.t h'- I r-j.:-tm
it 1 : ls. ,. .,- $ ,. ,iit itv mui . ,r-t.
V u , u i.ril.-r f.tr l-o,.. u ul .. -ur n ,e-
i.lj-. .1, t . r-rnn.t c.iiiv it 'l.r fn-nliii'-n; :ui,tu
vii.c ci ara.:tee.. isi-utl uth! .'I'liuoie milil uiiiy tj
HAKTZ A BAHNSKN,
Drnirlsts. Sole Agents, corner Third avenue and
Twentieth street. Rock Island, 111.
The Oreat Trench Remedy for Suppression
and Monthly Iireetilarllie.
Ladies L'se Le Due's Periodical Pill, of Paris.
France; ptia'anteed to accomplish all that i
claimed for them. To be used monthly for troubles
peculiar to women Full directions with each
b"X. f l per box or fhree ! oxes for 5. American
Pill Co., royalty proprietors. Spencer, Iowa. The
Pennine pill obtained of Otto Kudert, Kim street.
Hock Island, Jappe & Co., Davenport, and of ail
THE MOLINE SAVINGS BASK
(Charted by the Legislature of illinols.)
MOLINE, - ILLS.
Open daily from 9 jj. to S P. M.. and on Toes
day aud Saturday Eveninrs from to
Interest allowed on Desposits at tbe rat
cf 4 per Cent ptr Annum
Deposits received in amounts of
SECCRITT AND ADVANTAGES.
The private property of the Trustees is respon
sible to the debitors. The offices are promitl
ted from borr wiu; any of its moneys. Minors
an.i marrier. wrm-n protected by spec:al law.
OpT-icxa: p. T. Thisixc, Pree'dem; Poa
rrr. Skimneb, Vice President; O. F. IIebxkwat.
Tars-rs: W. Wheelock, Porter Skinner.
C. V. Benienway. J Silas I,.-a, Q. H Edwards,
Hlrsm Darlint?, A. S. ri-bt, J. S. Keator, L.
H. Hemenway. '. Vitzthnm.
PTl'he only chartered eaviniw Bark in Rock
-HAS 1SVIBTXD a-
which does its work in a thorough manner.
Iv It thorouchly purifies the air and removes
all obnoxious smells. For sale al Emil Koehler's
Prick 50 Cents tkr Bottl.
HOMES AND LIVES-
By nslne A. P. Schmld's, tbe pioneer resi
dent Lightning Kod dealors celebraTed
which he keeps constantly on hand. Anv Job, co
matter how complicated, done In the most
scientific manner. Competition In
prices and quality defied.
oa. .A F- SCHMIDT.
o. S21 Twentieth St.. Kock Island,
R. R. TICKET
(Member American Ticket Brokers" Asatn)
Reduced Rates to all Poihts.
OrFICE In Adams Express Office under
SOLE AGENT FOB
Tbe Pope Mff Co.' Bicycles. Ladles and
Children's Hicyc'es aepecialty.
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICAL CO.'S
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
H and 16 Maiden Lane. N. . Branch : Marion,
Ind, ForsaiebyT H. Thomi.a, Drmreist, Kock
Island, 111. sep. -dt)m
Oil ft DOC 1 1 2?" Pack carefully and
llililllUE. Urepav Freight FREE
WilMIIUIa ' of CHARCC to purctia
ers. on all CA8H ordera during our 30
OAVS SPECIAL PRICE SALE.
ft nrilTn mi ifri-n
KCMCBY STOrK. Ko previoos axpa.
nenoe required. Write for terais. t.
BMAMAUt., U alasiaaae. Mica.
fir i iicttojLoJ53
J. B. ZIMMER,
-THK WELL KXOWN-
Hss jet re'urned from Ejrope and would be pWt J to see hi ?r-r .
bis place of business in
Star Block, Oppo:Ite Harper Horsn.
FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS
for 1SSM 91 have been n-ceived.
Agency for Excelsior Roofing Company
Ohkapkr than Shixgi.ks.
Hendforcircalsr, tTk ephone
Has opened his Xew and Spaciou
No. 1620 to 1626 Third avenue
where be would tie pleae1 to see his friends.
V All kind, or drinks as well a le and Porter, and the well known drink "H;faad '(."
only place in the city a he e yon can gel it. Koa.t Beef Ljnce every da from 10 lo U.
J. T. DJLXOJNT,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 2C06 Fifib. ATenue. HOCK ISLAND
CrXtw to,e. "tock, the best aoods at the
First-clsas Graining and Paper Hanging.
P. O. Box 672.
BABY Seuvei! FREE
S 1 1.1.4 l"!" ' fc.yw-l -- - jf
T VJk m A Tr in r srxvr ml boiya t pne aral
f RP e V' R '" vw l v M
fj aatptpr. Ml W. d roa St.. ChHrmga. fS
VZ- Vv--a k. Th Utm fnarT In lh mtw.
wl 7Vry cmtmipa yon tu trad eompu iLb oar bh.r wdtw
at; ym (WMt to bav ut hm mtui py double pnc far
faatwi. tJw-Mrn Mtt. W will mmk twxt Uib t c-rtV-r. rsT
Mnptw cat Bpfcoltttmtic plutlir. nuI 1- .tntti. Sattd ihm
UrMi ttt yutir lrtada wbe wsat sm. IMrlnsn this $mym.
Call or and for eimUr eoatalnlns;
Um aawrt Bar?vloas mm of Caaramp
tKm.C'ucM'. Brtctat's Mmm. 8crofala.
f. . a .V . i . i i
IT' "'"i", "Mvmiuia, cat
arrh. To mors. Htom&ck Troabln, tc.
'r ' fWn'ri.bm. Baasai biibosi tlLLta
aay be fbtml on
n at F.
ItOWPT I. A.rw.1
Kswsrarca AsrunsiKo) Bcacan ) 6pnte
ouwr, van. aur.
tiatn eoBtraeta saa
be Tiians sac jt ia
STYLES AND HIZE,
1 If yon art ntr(J c. , v.
i it WI 1 pT J -j tO H.U.llt
1615 aD.l If. T St-r, :. Av
DAVIS & CO,
A complete stock of
Pip Brass Gootla, Packir..
Hose, Fire Brick, Elf
Sole Aeotf for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10RS
We guarantee every one perf, -T. and w-.H en! . r
Twenty day's trial, to t-rtoriib!c artn-s
Safety Ileatinij Boiler anil Contrar'rs
furnisbini? and lajine WsU-r, ati'1
1712 FlfT A ry. .
Rork Islanil, Iilico.
Telephone 1149. BesMerce le'eihcoe li
t. H. ELLIS. R.ck Wand, i:: .
Ktfii Cor. Four e. t.-.h St and bi-on i A'r
lowest prices. A share of t.atronare solicit!.
Shop Fourth Are. bet. Slet and ia
4 Tla-trra Oseapaaa
rsDanK -oaaiy "
the leadine rrmc-H lor
.tarrtMra A ' l;
1 he only auie retnfiy 1
Lesacorr si ii-a or li ua
1 ireaf-rilif naiwi
ale in rrcnimendiug
Ha a. j.sroEK.M.n,
U Imml tir Drawciatav
I i f Umvm4 wm u V
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