WOMAN AND HOME. '
VALUABLE INFORMATION CONCERN
ING THE CARE OF THE HAIR.
A Girl's Happies Honr Keelpe f"r
Lanndrrlng Shirts Th Bloom on the
CkHk of Maidenhood Mothers Should
Knatmlwr-How to Lao a Corset.
The hair in the roTerinic of the roof of
"the home of thoiwbt iiml palace of the
soul." Whore Blilneee. which sometimes
occur lnquiteyounKPron,l hereditary
it ia ilouhtf u' If auytliiug can be done to
prevent or remedy it. Avoid "restorative."
and other nostrums, aod, as a rule, do not
ti.. . i. . .... .1 ipiik
am pomatums or oii uu im uau. x
thoroiiKh om of a moderately stiff brush
will jrreat'y promote the health of the
scalp and prevent the falling of the hair
without other application. The hair should
be occasionally washed, and if there is
much danilniH the yolk of an eg? will be
most efficient in removing it. Work the
ran with the fingers well into the hair, a
little at a time, to bring It in contact with
the acalu; then wash it ont thoroughl)
with water, and the hair will be beautifully
eleen and sort.
Avoid all shampooing liquids; those used
by barbers are strong potash solutions.
They call it "Salt of Wormwood" and
"Salta of Tartar," and use it without
knowing its reiil nature. It Is very effective
tn cleaning, but ruinous to the hair. If the
falling of the hair is not prevented by
thorough brushing some stimulating ap
plication may be made. Half an ounce of
the tlucture of cantharides added to a quart
of bny rum will answer better than most
"bair tonics." But the mode of dressing
the hair must be controlled almost entire
ly by the fashion.
It will be considered by many of our
lady readers a necessity to dress the hair
In the fashion of the moment, but we
should endeavor to counteract, by careful
treatment, any injurious effects, such as
overheating of the scalp, winch produces
dandruff, irritation and possible baldness.
Whatever style is adopted during the day
and evening the hair should be given the
Utmost freedom during the night. All
cannot employ artists to direct the efforts
of the hair dressing maid, but every one
can see to It that simplicity and an appro
priate ensemble are presented. Nothing Is
more unseemly than to see a noble, digni
fied face marred and its true beauty de
stroyed by some coquettish or frivolou
arrangement of the hair wholly out of
keeping with the general bearing of the
wearer. Hull s Journal of Health.
A Girl's Happiest Hour.
Did you ever see a girl, or, what is bet
ter, a woman old enough to know what
love means, preparing for her lover after a
long absence t
Her first thought as she wakens is: This
Is the duy be will come! And in a moment
she is out of bed, and scanning the heavens
more anxiously than a sailor'a wife.
Una she rejoices because the day is in har
mony with her mood; if stormy she
. renely dories the weather, and tells herself
that so brave and so ardent a lover as hers
wonld go through lire and wator and
tornado and earthquake rather than full
or an appointment.
She dresses from the skin and with
tender and scrupulous care, although com-
. nion sense would tell her that only the
outer garb could possibly be known or
appreciated. She puts her bair a trifle
lower or a trifle higher than usual; she
reels that never, never did it curl so badly
or wave so stiffly, and she would really be
provoked, nut he la coming.
And the dainty stockings, and the choice
among the dainty boots, and the frilled
skirts, and at last the pretty gown, and the
laces and the ornaments, and the rose in
the bosom or the little bunch of violets up
on the corsage! And then the room where
she will receive him! How she touches
the draperies into new folds, picks a with
ered leal or two from the flower vases.
moves a chair, a little table and easel, a
bit of drapery that everything may do its
best to honor the place where be will pres
ently shine as the center of all. And how
anxiously the shades and the curtains are
lowered and draped to Just the becomiug
llghL-until finally he rings at the door,
she takes one lu.it furtive glnnce at herself
and her surroundings, and then the door
opens, she bat the top brick of t lie chi in niy,
and the happiest hour of life ia over! Mrs.
Recipe fur Laundrvlnr Hhlrta.
A laundress of wide experience writes
that the doini? of that mnt difficult tl.lnr.
of all in laundry work the doing up shirt
oueoins-may oe made highly successful by
observing the following procsdure: Enough
cold starch to last several months may be
mad.) of one ounce of white laundry wax,
two ounce of borax, one teacupful of water
and three teacunfula of stan'h Th himr
and wax are dissolved In water, sufficiently
imiea ior tne purpose, nut not hot enough
to scald the starch: into thiumlrtl, m.i.
erized slarch after passing It through
nour sieve, in using takea teaspoonful of
this prepared starch and dissolve in water
hum. is not, com enougn to prevent the wax
from softening. The hot starch ia made,
not very thick, and a teaspoonful is allowed
to a shirt bosom, the hotter the liquid la
Apply a tablespoonful at a time, rubbing
in well before putting on more, and after
the rlirht side will take 11TI no mnm an.lr
to the under side. Unless the starch is
well rubiiMl in the iron will stick and
SDecka and bliMtent will ann Ti.
starching is done first, the bosom is al
lowed to ary and then the cold starching is
dona by dipping the bosom in the liquid,
wringing out nnd rubbing slightly. After
an hour or so iron, first rubbing the bosom
carefully with a cloth wrung out. in hot
watar to equalize the starch on thesurfuce.
A thin cloth is to be laid over the bosom
the first time the iron is nuulminh
When this is removed ilummn t ho nW..
of the bosom u little and finally iron care-
nmy nntu me nnisn Is satisfactory. Let
the outside cover of the ironing board be
woolen cloth and the bosom will not stick
The Bloom ea the Cheek of Maidenhood
There ia an InrlmirlhnhlM DvnNMuinn n
-the eye every fine observer knows it
which distinguishes a modest irirl fmm a
matron. Look for it in the eyes of our
giria touay. it is missing so often; it ia
repiacoa oy anotner so unwelcome, so
worldly wise, so unpleasantly experienced
that we shrink with a sense of having lost
the most precious thing in girlhood. It 1b
not OUr DUmose to nrove hern that tho Inv
theatrical view of life Is largely responsible
ior in is, nut only to ask, by the way, how
far it may be responsible. Better, like the
.Puritan lady, to shut the eyes when the
ballet comes. 1 tetter a simple, serious, un
worldly ignorance of the low and vicioua
acmisir in the name of the hicrh ami milt.
uied. better a thousand fold the instinct
or modesty which cannot see a coarse sight
than the cool, indifferent, nngirllike famil
iarity with criminal suggestions which is
now the fashion among us.
It la to be f wired that the very excellent
Hreots who compose our "select circles"
' "Ve no more intelligent idea of the amuse
ments affected by .the "set" with whom
their sons and daughters disport them
selves than they have of the entertain
ments of a factory holiday or a firemen's
A lady reared in the traditions of high
birth and gentle training of a generation
ago has a certain exquisite innocence her
self like an ideal girl's, which prevents
her from appreciating the perila of her
children. She who would have thought It
a moral lapse to allow a young man, with
out right, to hold her hund; she whose lips
were never touched by man until she gave
them to her plighted lover; she who went
to her husbaud as uu marred as an ideal in
a dreum don not readily perceive or accnit
the conditions or a lowered moral standard.
UitumenouKh , , tt ,ady. U aot
girl the daughier of her mother Head
iw K! ',m ,,,vc'y '"ly of the
brahmin h.rth. and sweet soul. Question
er. She may returu you the clear
beavsuly look of the heart of your o"n
hlKh youth, ami heaven ble. he?! Far U
it from me to mutter ami croak, as if a
modes, were nil tsUnct
sheVui an 'l t'" trota nnuo' TOUT
has bJ i. fna yo,,r 1: if .he
Slf ? ho foam of young
Pple frolic; If Bbe bus had some mock
ilte7s?r U""e " ""
in"t turM,nt fi-ting
"iirih "q'!?,,,m u-r.1tlonher
l-luabeth htuurt lh.-lt i Forum.
the waiao line! the 552 I
tlio second starting at theloweredge of the
corsets, extending up to two or three holes
below the waist line of the corsets, to tie
there; the third lacing the space left be
tween and tying just at the waist line.
Then reduciug tho size of your waist that
is, pulling the middle cord isn't going to
drag you into a straight line above and be
low the waist. Also yoo will wear your
corsets, even though tight, with more com
fort. "There is a place isn't there, dear doc
tors!' just about ut the waist line, that I
think God must have left, knowing that
we would lace, kill or no kill, where pres
sure can come without tying our necessary
and iudiHpenxuhlo viscera into hard knots.
Uy the suggcNted arrangement of cords we
can reduce the size of the waist with less
violent offense tn heart and lungs and also
without MH-rillciug entirely harmony of
outline. Just make Iwuuty and hygiene
clasp bands practically every woman
knows what I mean by practically and
we will rejoice more than thedoctors.
"Oh! Kit'lit here I might rs well suggest
elastic cord for the upper and lovvernt rings;
and even for the one ut the waist if you
dare. You will thereby gaiu a suppleness
in movement and poso which is worth
striving for, but which wo cannot all of us
tnke oit our stays to obtain, us does the
serpentine Sarah. Khistie corset lacings,
as I suggest, will at least prevent otir look
ing as if we were padlocked into a board
fence when we recline in au easy chair
say like I-ungtry wit h a cigarette in ono of
her 'As in a looking Glass' pictures."
Ciucinuuii Knquirer. -
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot be
cured by taking Ball's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O
We. the undersigned, have known
F, J. Cheney for the Una fifteen years,
and believe him perfect! honorable in all
business transactions and financially able
to carry out any obligation made by tbelr
Waldimo, Rinnan & Marvin, Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surface of the system. Price 75e
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Te Bsrvoas Debilitated
If you 'will send me your address we
will mail you our illustrated pamphlet
explaining all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
their charming effects upon the nervous
debilitated system, and how they will
quickly restore you to vigor, manhood
and health. Pamphlet free. If you are
thus afflicted, we will eeml you ft belt and
appliances on a trial.
.. Voltaic Bklt Co., Marshall, Mich.
. Forced to Leave Home
Over 60 people were forced to leave
their homes yesterday to call at the drug
cist's for a free trial package of Lane's
Family Medicine. If your blood is bad,
youi liter and kidneys out of order, if
you are constipated and have headache
and sn unsightly complexion, dou't fail
to cull on any druggist today for a free
sample of ibis grand remedy. The ladies
praise It. Everyone likes it. Large size
package 50 cents.
In the head
Is a constitutional
Disease, and requires
- A constitutional remedy '
L ke Hood's Sarsapsrills,
Which purifies the blood.
Maks the weak strong.
Try it now.
Hard Coal Market.
$7 75 per ton for best anthracite cosl.
all sizes, delivered within city limits, 25c
per ion cliiicouut for cash. Indiana black
fc.SOmd Cannel coal 86 per ton delivered.
cartage added on all orders for less than
one ton; carrying in 25c per ton eitra.
E. Q. Frazkr.
Pain and dread attend the use of most
cstarrh remedies. Liquids and snuffs are
unweasani as win as dangerous. .Ely a
resm Halm is sale, pleasant, easily ap
plied into the nnatrila. and a inn m
It cleanses the nasal passages and heals
the inflamed membrane. Giving relief at
uuce. rrice one.
The question baa been asked. "In what
respect are St. Patrick's pills better than
any other?" Try them. You will find
that they produce a pleasanter cathartic
effpCl arH mnU Mtrtain 1m lhM an.tnH
and that they not only physic, hut cleanse
. V. L I . i
uc wimic nymem ami regulate the liver
and bowels. For sale at 25 cents per
dox oy uartz 3t Hah use n, druggists.
sji - sr
ASK TOUR OKOCIR FOR IT.
r. M. GASPARD,
Library Banding. Davenport. Iowa, Call for
.hii,ct mnu im wort oerore going to i;HKago
SCHOOL OP them In railroad service.
oena ior rircoisrs.
ICLLDItarni m-13jAKaVH.i.. Wis.
2205 FOURTH AVE.,
Opposite the Catholic church, has a fall
Christmas Candles. Toys,
of every description, cheap.
Christmas Trees, Decora; ;
i-Bmort tlluinl.tnuirmcy u thn ikln. ft
I W llT Mil llfHlUMdniiml. - 1 .... ....
p" "7 JTSZ. u"c aleal Pill, or Parts,
iiSu, hm" TobensedmoothlyfortronWes
peculler to women, roll directions with each
vol f? w "" eoaes for K. AmericaB
rill vo., royalty proprleun, gpenoer. Iowa. The
: , ; "wnaoi una Kaaert, Mm street,
ileek leiand, Jappe to,, Daveapert. aad of all
It Is said Will sell anything, ibis te
true in a measure; tut for staying
qualities,- merit is the test. Extensive
advertising may. sell anything where
It is new or unknown, but after it
comes into general use, it is judged
according to its worth. The continued
and steady growth of Swift's Specific-
Is the best evidence oi its excellence.
It is most popular where it is best
known. Every bottle sold, sells tea
others. Every one that takes it be
comes its friend, and recommends it
to their acquaintances. ;
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
nailed free. : ';.
Swot Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Located ia
In the past eight months be has successfully
treated mora than
of the moot severe character, flfeepeclalifea are
Such cses as rheumatisni, neural-
(ria, scrofula, asthma, catarrh, heart
diseHSu, all kinks of nervous diseases,
epilepsy, chorea and nervous prosir
tions. In fact all chronic or long stand
Positively and Permanently Cured or
E LoS nf Manhood. Samlnal Wmknau nil
Errors of Youth, positively aud penunenlly
WTosltlvelv no rase taken that rat tint K
ouri. iTtiondenre tccoiutanied by 4c is
Maufafs (irvuipii Kotiwurea.
Office McCalioagh's New Block.
W. Third Street, near Main,
" - - - - bEHUJ I if hb ikM.
. - mr - DIM Rk-TKINssr kvi EK
WY erR. . rTW -a., h. .... ,
,MufSVrifCTRie BUT AS SOSrUStM
Imx. f"tlwH (tirmt, vf KWtricltr lhr-.ipti nil WtCAK
r .t.iriM !hm te If K 4 LT II awl VKMH4H s wreSMIVH.
KttrW (umal KMl IvMjiaiu. i., forfeit S&.twtt tn rut.
" 11 1 -M.Mir (mii. S. antf up. Vnwl far
6Aki)na tLEcraioco.. i w itu. hZ, chicags. IU.
THE TEAVEIJ31S fiUIDE.
ClllCaOO. RlK'K INLAND at PACIrlO KAIL
way Depot corner Firth aveuae and Ttoirty-
C'ouiicil itlufla ct alinueao- I
ta Dav Express f
Ksnmu City Day Express. ..
4:50 ami 1:00 am
R:ftn am'10:B6 pm
Council Blotls at Minneso
Conncil BlnDa Omaha
Limited VettUmle Ex..
Kansas Cltf LliAUed ..
ompu, is:uo m
7 .-05 am
tuolng west. tGaing east. 'Daily.
BURLINGTON ROUTE C, B. A j. KA1L
war Depot First avenae and Bixwecth a
Bu loais Kxprees. .......
Bt. Louis Express.......
Bt. Paul Express
heartlstAWD fassener. ..
Way Freight (MonmontbJ.
. e:4Aain :4K am
. 7:35 am 7:18 Dm
CUICAOO. MILWAUKEE oT. PAUL KAIL
way Racine at Bonthwestern Division Do-
po. i-weniiein street, between First and Beeond
svetioe, k. u. w. Holmes, aeent.
Kan ana Sijpresa
BU Paul Exprers
ft. as Accommodstinn......
S. Jt Arrinmodation
11 i am
T3H;K ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DE
XV pot First sTenne and Twentieth atreet. F.
u. norsweii, A?ent.
Fast Mall Express
MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE
East and South East
I eotwo wsst.
8 58 am
U S pm
U Ml am
10 .17 am
. ..ii im . . . .
9 IS. am
St. Louis, Mo
0 IS &rti
S IA tin.
. Louisville. .
FaaaenEror Xra.lrM awftr mnA .
iI..w7d .t. M"r . awu VHlfm
Aecommooatton train leaves Rock Island 6-45
arrives at Peoria ft :0 a. m . Leaves PeorU
. f .... m nut, xatantl 1 :uo a. HI
Lv. Rock Iland. ...
Air. Revnolds ......
111 00 am
I jr. Oahlo
.) am 1 KJ pm I.4S pm
7.10 ami 145 pm
8.05 am! M.uQ pm
- hock island...
Plial, Ml nn f.. " k.a . l . . .
, , - . r""D wMtwH aou isiaaa
and Peoria in both directions.
a. o.buuluw. It. BTOCEHOTJ8E,
Superintendent. Qen'l Tkt, Agent. '.
F5t!-.r?"; T8.11' Hastrle Ilffbted end
cafrTM.llwI"BiiM,e?, ??, oelWBen Chi-
ov. rwuuii eiiiuteapoiis. ,
50N?'II",NTAL SOUTE with Ileeric
liKhtedandSteam bested Vestibnlea tniMto-
,. y "r, awv wHircu Aiojis. umaiia ojr
ot. Pan I and Iha Pf r .
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE between OUcaco
Kanaas CltT aarl HI. Xnk ia-
B700 KILE OF ROAD reaehuie- all
Ppmis in Illlnoit Wisconsin, atlnne Iowa.
Missouri, BouthDikout and North Datota.
- nine laoiea, rales ef Mssaaa and
Bri-Tt. whct world.
TiZXLSr"!0 ,n " to Lands and
tu. Laud VmtrKamrifuKl-
k S. E UcCREARY
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CTLi: i:oc:i ichhtd
: tsUteof George J. Ziegler, deceased.
T nndersiirned havlnx oeea appointed admln-
. unlike m . x. ivKior, late
th. county of Rock Island, state of Illinois, do
ceast t, hereby gln-a notice that he will appear
befot - the county court of Rock Island county, at
the ox Ice of the clerk of said court, fa tka ri of
U15!l; February term, on the Unit
Mont ay nt, yebrnary next, at which time all
perse n hiving claims against said estate areao-
Ciflt9d tnd mnMSLtataui a u v-
hmvte f the nine aijritl. AH perms indebted
. .. wj am immeaisie
paym mt to the anderatimed.
DaUd this Sod dsr f December. A. D. VtO.
. FRANK H. ZIEGLER, Adminls-raior.
8TA1 1 OF ILLINOIS,
num. ihuo U11IITT,
Tl Ifiai riH.nU iV.n T .. .
Emm t Albrieht vs John Albiichi In Cbsncery.
Am tavlt of non-reaidnice of the above named
defes lant. John Albrkbt, having been Sled in the
clerk' i oflice of the circuit court of said county,
noticf Is therefore hereby given to the said John
Albr ht. defendant, that the complainant Sled
her bill of complaint In said coait, on tee chancery
side t tereof, on the fetnd day of November 180U,
and tt at ihereapon asnmmans issned oat of said
court, wherein asid suit la now pending, return.
able en the flrst Monday In the mon'h of January
next, is is by law retxulred. Now, nnless yoa, the
said . ohn Albticht, defendant, above named,
vhall iCTsonally be and appear before sai I circuit
court, on the first dav of the next term thereof, to
be bol ten at Rock Island In and for the said coun
ty, on the Bret Mondsy In January next, and plesd,
answer or demur to the said complainant's bill of
com pi tint, the same snd the matters and thinin
there! i charged and stated wll be taken as coii
fesscd.and a decree entered against, you accord
ing to the prayer of saidbiil.
Roeitlsland lillnoie. Nov. 4th. 1890.
- ' . . GBO- w- GAMBLE, Clerk.
Mcl ktrtA McKa KT.Comp'lSol
8TA TE OF ILLINOIS,
HOC ISLAKD CODXTT, i
In the Circuit Court In Chancery.
John TeeU, sdmintstratorcum tesUmento snnexo
of tb estste of Bailey Davenport,ileceased, vs.
the 1 ock Island and Milan etreet Railway Com
pany. Charles H. Stoddard, J. F. Robinson,
KlfiM re Hnrst, Peter Fries and J. O. Masaie.
John 1'eeu, admlnlstiator cum teetamento aa
nexo of the estate of Bailey Davenport, de
test d, vs. the Kock Island Milan Btreet
Railway Company, Ezra Wlkher, John W.
Stew in, James M. Montgomery, Edwin O.
Fras. r Levi sharp. Frederick Weyerhaeuser,
r red Tick C. A. Denkmann, William F. Hal'
ligan. Ross Woodmansee, Tbomaa 6. Silvia,
I omt V. Eckhart and John E. Downing.
Jleorre Dowuiug, Sr.. James Downing aud
I hon as Dowuiug, partners etc- as Downing
Notl a Is hereby given that by virtue of a de
cree of the circuit court in and for the county of
Hock Ir land in Ibe state of Illinois, entered in the
above entitled causes on the Thirtieth I)Jllh day
f Hept tnher, A.D , 1890, 1 shall on Saturday, the
Sixth in day of December, A. D., 1880, at the
hour o tea 101 o'clock ia the forenoon of said
day at tHe north door of the court bouse in the
city of tork Island ia said county of Rock laiand,
sell, si bji-ci to the approval of and coulrmaiioa
by sale circuit conn. at public auction to the
highest bidder or bidders upon the terms herein
after ai d in said decree mentioned, all the rail
way of aid defendant the Rock island fc Milan
Btreet I ailway Company, aald railway extending
from th corner of seventeenth street and First
avenue in said city of Kock Island ui rough and
along t streets and avenues of said city to a
poiul at or near Ibe southern limits of said city
and the ice over its right of way and in part our
and a Ion certain mads aud highways in the town
of Bond Hock Island to and over Ibe or dges now
owned I y the said city of Hock leiand apannluc
Rock rlrer between the town of Bears and the
town of Milan, and the ace over and along certain
streelai ad public grounds In said town or city of
Milan ti its terminus therein and Including the
branch t xtend lug from I lie town of Bean afore
said to I w high point on tbe Moth of Hock river
known a Black Hawk's Watch Tower, together
with all said railway company's right of way, real
estate, leases, road-bed. track, stde-lracks,
switcbet , Iron, ties, engine and Mattoa houaes,
barns, i wtora, rolling stock, ears, horses, ma
chinery, tools. Implements and belongings and all
said rail vay company's property, appliances and
eppurteti antes of every sort, kind and description
wbstaoe r now belonging to and owned by raid
defendai it railway company. Including those now
In the pi ssesaioa or control of Frederick Haas,
heretofo appointed receiver herein, and all each
which m ty herealW and prior to such sale be ac
quired b i him, (excepting nevertheless ell moneys
beionalx z tn said street railway company now In
the hand ef said receiver and all euch as may
arise froi a or grow ont tf the asa of said railway
property and f ranehisea, or may come to aa d re
ceiver pi ior to his surrendering possession of said
railway md property as by said decree provided)
together eita all the rigbta, privileges and free,
chiaes of said defendant railway company to
maintain and operate Ik raid railway and carry on
Its bush, and to maintain and operate Its aalo
railway er, along, across aud through the s reels,
alleys, n aria and public grounds of said cilv of
Hock Isla Bd, said town of Milan and said township
of South Kock Island, and over and along the
said brid jee spanning Rock river, and all other
rights, p -Ivileges and franchisee whatsoever be
longing u or connected with lue aald railway com
pany; all of said railway, premises, properly,
rights am I privileges being situated in the county
of Rock I dand aforesaid said sals being subject
nevertheless to all liens lor taxes or assetsmahts,
general o: special, which may have accrued and re
main ther aon prior to suca sale.
TERMi. OF SALE. Ten thonsand vlO.OnOl
dollars In casq down at the time of said sale, and
the remal ider upon tbe approval and conanuaiton
of such sa e by said circuit court.
listed ttHock Island, UUiioia, this 5th day of
Novembe ', A, D., lswO.
. rrlEDKRICK HASS,
Ket elver and Rrwvii at in r.
The salt, mentioned la the above and foregoing
notice Is hereby postponed to take place on Tues
day the til r.th day of January, A. D. 1801, at the
boor of t n o'clock In the fore aeon of said day at
tbe place and on tbe terms metaltoned la the
above ami foregoing notice. . .
luted a Rock Island. Ullnols, this Sixth day
atf ILaarm us av It luOn '
. FRED HASS,
Reoiver and Special Master in Chancery.
JOTICE TO 0ONTRA0TOES.
Sealed ) roposabj will be received at the City
Clerks o Ice, Rock Island, 111., until Monday.
January I th, 1891 at 5 r. a. for constructing the
improve n -lot ordered by an Ordinance of .said
city, which was adopted May 19, lfo,and is en
titled "an ordinance for the improvement of
Fourth avmue from Twentieth street to Twenty
third stree and Twenty-lhird street from Fourth
avenue u fifth avenue, and Ftftn avenue from
Twenty-th rd street to point about four hundred
fret east of Thlrtv-elcht atreet. Hour, nrth
about one hundred snd sixty fret through the nn-
wiKtwRHwiMKui iue.a.i. sr.iua tne I .
B. & ti. B ilroada, aad from there east Fifth or
Mollne avenue to tbe center of the intersection of
Fortr-sixrJ street and said Fifth or Mollne ave
nue," and ior furnishing the mater als and doing
the worker cording to the plans and specifications
therefor. The said improvement ordered by raid
ordinance emulate of curbing with curbatonea, ex
ravatioe. g ad lug Improving and paving with pav-inr-bnek
m good quality twenty-seven blocks of
ui aaHi uue or earn ordinance set out.
The said ni Drove men t mnat ran miutM.t
the materis I therefor furnished must be in accord-
" pians ana spectncations Ior asid Im
provement m die in the said city Clerk's office at
which asid fflce, asid plana and spec locations are
"F v mapecuua ui ;au persona Interested
Coniracto are to fnrnbih aamnieanf hrf-v .111.
which work ta to be done. Urickneed in the work
77, 1: I """ ""a samples id quality and style.
All bids mast be accompanied wttb a certified
check in the sum of five hundred dollars, payable
to the order of the treasurer of ssid city, which
shall becom-fore foiled to said city In case the
bidder shall mil to enter tnto contract, with an-
uniVDit an .. . . . i i .
' . -y ute wura ior lue price
mentioned ti his bid. and aemniirr a i k-
and apecifla tlons, in the event that the contract
should be at arded to him,
.B1k J?w ' W1U f urniehad on application at
the City Cler k's office. All bidders and other per
sons may au end atthe ooealng of said bids. Tbe
right to reje. t any and all bids or proposals re-
aiVsft it kuaikeavnu.l. - 1 r
Rock Ialai d.llL, December 1L 1890,
ui- .T,,uw Plmc the paper for
o,anu," "lost," "Bale" and "Rent'notlcee.
Only one-hal ' cent a word. Everybody reads this
sIiinanaa I, ait
YOUNO MAN WANTS TO GET A PLACE
r umra ior nis ooaro uus winter.
CELT FURNISH RD ROOM FOm Tiro
aenuem en at on Twentlat street.
SECONp-1 AND FURNITURE, bonsht, sold
or exchan ted. Money loaned or Furniture
atored aft Rom hnaat r ii.ii T m. . . .
wa7 1 ----M j mum a ntru ota.
WANTEI A. nrtlass General Manager for
Una ellv anil . i-t ; i ...
oi.i T Y:i Z . V ' luwuuutw iao--cuase
Plan" of Accident Insurance It ma.h.u .n
au.anfagi s or me "XHO line" aac th
taal" system. Terms most liberal: adoeaaa
CBAbM, Bec'y, Geneva, M. T.
J. M. REAMIiWI.S-T
A TTORNET AT LAW Office with J. T.
iwuruii, m second Avenue..
JACKS0R tt HDBST.
ATTORHET I AT LAW. Office In Bock Island
a.uM,tuan nas aamno, xu.
a. . swsaim . . t. t. viliik
8W1IESET k WilXER.
ATTORNEYll AND COUNSELLORS AT 'LAW
OaKatoB ig (ton's bkwk. Rock Island, 111.
MctIBY A HcESlHr. '
a TTVipwvm a am r iv , .
A- - - - ajvaiu n.airy m eooc
it f"it7'm kol'tiooa, Refereuca, Mitch.
ell A Lynda, bj nkera. Offlee la Postofflca block.
THE DAILY A&GE&.
FOB SALE I rXRT EVENING at Clwaajitaa
News Stand. Five cents per entry.
DR8. RIT MTTP flTli A. snnvn
Com Tlndall, IJvery stable; teeidfasas: Over
in a ua jkf fsanSiaattC ayajtAMU. A i ;
TO. V. CLIP. Ot Di 5.
OFF13B RDUOVEO TO
Bo aa tM, tT. M aad ,
Take tka t , ri : T. IA.
Having purchased the , .
lToperty which he hat had refitted for the ho.
" tel busineas, la bow prepared to accom
modate trsnirtent guesU.
Day and Regular Boarding
at very reasonable price.
Be Is also engaged In tha
at tbe same piece with a ehclca kit of Gtnceries.
Farm produce a specialty.
CHAS. R. WHEELAN, -
Undertaking and Embalming
IHmlck Block, No. 8MI 80th SU, Bock Island.
Having pnrcnaaed a complete tine of Undertak
mg goods, with bearae and atvpuartennces, and
having secured the services of Mr. Geo. E. Reed,
of Chicago, aa sxpert funeral director end em
battier of 19 years experience, I am fully pre
pared to guarantee satisfaction.
After years experience ta teaching Instra
tneaval Music, I will prom lee yoa more theory with
leas lesson for the least money ot any teacher ia
umlsroor supervision, given each Juvenile pupil.
Te when will save money to order their Music
Books of ns. One-third off of marked price oa
Hheet music to every one. Leave orders, naming
aiithir. at my music rooms, 101 Second avenue.
W mske a specialty of teaching Inexperienced
teeel era bow to teach.
Ad irese me at 1406 Brady 8tn Davenport, la,
MHs. O. A. NKBKKBK.
John Volk & Co.,
GETTER A L-
Saah, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring,
sad all kinds of wood work for build era.
Elghtuenth atn bet. rhlrd and Fourth ave.,
A. D. HUESING.
Repnaenu. amour, other Vme-tned and wel
known Fire insuranceCompaaies a folKrwtag :
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
r-ti(iw Fire Ins. iVtmnaitv of N. V.
Bndale German Ins. Oo Buffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co.. Hocheeter, H. Y.
tritlst-ns Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Fa.
Sun l ire OAce. London.
Union Ins. Co.,ofi'allrornia.
Secorlty Ins. Co.. New Hiven, Cor.
Milwaukee Mechanic Ins. Co., Milwaukee, Wis
Germaa Firelna. Ofh,of Peoria, in,
Offli Cor, 13th St., and Second At).
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Cast lion Work
dune. A spe cutty of furnishing an kinds
of Stnyes with Oasttng ot 8 cent
per pouod. -
A MACHINE SHOP
ha heea added where all kinds of ami him
work will be don Srst-clase.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING. BROS., Propts.
-$200.00 and Upwards--
For sale, secured oo land worth from
three to Cvo times tbe amonnl
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually. eoUaclad ana
remitted free of charaw. . ana
E. W. HUBST,
ATTOfclTatT AT LvAW
Booms 1 rad ataaonlc Tatapla,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
be CUR EDsstCMVui.
Oatl or aM far Htrulmr fwlAteHi
1 CCfff- Rrltt t , sVw'afMsaV,
TT. TtWn. HI IU h TfJWaaTJ
AsfrMp wanted very w km. atADAMi ( okl KIM-
r. i mUm a. Han mm Mm. ' 1" iHtr AA
T'TS f is arkncm-ledjo d
Hie lexlin. n.t.n
VsaenlMM eV tW.
I ...... ain rvirr'iy luC
I Learaerkaraw u hUwa
I omafTilM, H ina ,
b in i'- uiUMJUaamt at
nmfcwatCtiiy..'' i,, kn aunvrrp..
A. J. blt'Ntoi av. IX,
1 by Ui-satrarSaaav
"M S tMfn,
J. M. BUFORD.
and TbaavtrUS (
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAH).
aas as avwaaaayaiit,
M.I I m"""'""l !,. ataWia
. SB trltl L, tainaajl f , ,. liriiT, rV-T
rr owfuortloii a lb. WL1 ""
kotu.- for bcaTi. 1" "
euro. LmianUm r
2 J 1
l to ...A.J
deciibuii 22, jlco.
Aponcy for Excelsior ncofing Company
Cbxspxk' THAN Sutnolks. '
Bend for circular, (Telephone
Dealer la Hew lad
Second Hand Goods
Bays, San aad trades any article.
Jtanafactarer of all kind of
-BOOTS AND SHOES
Oenta na Shoe s specialty. Repairing; don neatly sad promptly ,
A shar of year patronair respectfully solicited.
iei8 Second ATenne. Bosk Island. IU.
Steam Cracker Bakery,
atAjrorAcnraiB or ckackxm aid BiacrnTS.
- Ask oar Grocer for them. . They art best,
- Special ties; Tk Christy "OTITIl" and tas Chrtaty WAFia"
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
ALL KINDS Or OABPXNTXK WORK D01TO.
tSrGeiwral Jobbing done on abort aotlee aad tfaAlarfctioa sasvatawd.
Office and 8bop Ull Fourth Avenue. HOCK ISLA Mi L
(Hacoesaor to Oblweller A apibjrr)
Contractor and Builder,
8hop Third avenue, between 10th and 11th atreete,
(Fred Koch's oU itand.)
V AU kinds of Carpenter work and repairing done. BalUf action guaranteed .
B. F. DeGEaalH,
. Contractor and Builder,
Office and Shop Comer SeTentocnth 8U . . T .L T-l 1
and BoTcnia Arenus, : ' IVOCK. Island
eWAU klads ef Artistic work a spedajtv. Plan aad eUsuta for all kinds ef baildksnt
"'"--J ts trrlitaiion
rirst-clas Qralntnc aad Pap Uaaginf .
P. O. Box 672.
. FRANK BABCOCK,
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
V.i. 9fUat VifiV. Trnr-v ut avn
tw Wi ator. new stock, Ui, beat frrxvU at Ua
No. 329 Tweniielh Street, r.cit to Conrad Schneider-, grocerj. Rock Island.
for flue fJUitlft
BOOTS AND SHOES,
C. J. W.
fUtm sad speel4catlrm famished on n elae
M,"MW 'Ill I TfTf JJJJJJJJJ
KING OF COCOAS" ROYAL COCOA FACTORY." i
Kings are but men, but all men are not kings. Therefore, i
when the Kimg ef 71411 says, as he did by deed of August ;
i a, 1889, that he is greatly pleased with
Iton tlouTEfj's Cocoa,
MBEST A GOES FARTHEST."
and, entirely unsolicited, grants the manufacturers the sole
right of styling their works the Royal Cocoa Factory, a sig
nificance attaches tu the act which wouM , k-
not "every inch a king."
We are pleased to announce to tmr many friendi that
thronga the erection of our new building we hare ob
tawed uneqaalled facilities for the display of oar rarioas
Roods. Oar assortment is larger and more attxactire
man ever We beg to enumerate from onr lin
A Magnificent Line
x i t HaTilanl China," white and decorated in full dinner
and tea sets, after dinners, frnit plates, Olire dishes,
Goods selected now will be
All Wat. tntj4A awarva.ei a.an.1
Jens Lorenzen Crockery Co.,
Cor. Third and Harrison 8treets. DaTenport, Iowa.
Drug: St ore.
r rT vc: 1 -
T. II. ELLIS, Rock Island, 111-.
I08S) Cor. Fourteenth St. and Second Av.
A snrcialty asads ef Iwlrv,
No. 1614 Second Arena.
Snap Peart Ave. bat. s:t aadyid Sta.
lowest price. A aaar of aatroaac aollnted.
of week. Alaa. awi - arm . a .
ROCK ISLAM), ILL.
set aside for fotore delivery if
, CHAS. HcmcC"
R. R. TICICET
m i ffirl imm mmmmm A . nS t
RxDTjoxa Hats to all Ponrrs-
vsFXCM -U A4aa Xxptrea
ProtTt Your Byes.
ys optical co'j
r -rd CryalilllrasH
to get along aoother year with
It will make hr bappj.
It will make you happy.
It will make your children happy,
and we will be happy to ahow them to yon.
Call and examine oar immense lin of
RIVERSIDE STOVES AND RANGES,
Da via Block,
I j !
J. B. ZIMMER.
THK vTXLL KIOVX
lias jot maracd frooi Europe aad woulj t pi awd to are Lis frv-is at
nis place of baaiaea la
Star Block:, Oppomtx IIahtkh llorsx.
FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS
fur 190 SI kare brets receive J.
CHAS. W. YERDCRT. Maafrr.
BY C. HOPPE,
f$$ THE TAILOR,
Uaa ptaJ kis Vw asa gpxarirw
No. 1 C20 to 1 C25 Third avenne,
wbere be wooU Da pletvsefj to are kis frsrexla.
aWA" ktaats an? Srtaka a fseffl aa U seal Parpe. aawl tW feaaer nt 'datr a4 it "
Uf aaacasatlaac.tf he e re taatjca M. BW Leans eeery rss at as IS.
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Men.' Fine Wtiolcns.
1706 Beetled Avecce.
; f Os W". WI1TTBB,;
mmm tttf0f4mmt SjC nai
Arcade CIGAR Store
AXD TEMrEUAXCE DILUARD AXD PCKiL CALL.
Jto. 19U6 SEOOXD AVXSUE
laaasrfe SXgmt s seecUHy. Far a () at dear at tn anaaa."
ML E. MTJRRTISr,
Choino Frmily Groceries
C. '"Urd aveaae aaj Tmtj-&rs( 8c. VLoJk, lalaaA
WaaaslBjtlte Bfrtcaa. A aaar ef alls
that old store ht . ,
and 1C17 SECOND AVENUE.
DAVIS & CO,
A (Meant etocs ef
Pipe, Brass Goods, lVkitc
Hose, Fire Brick, Etr
fWs Avws fee
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS
V rnaraate v.i ease awrfertu afcS ii n
Tw'f aa trial, to rt )' -i
Safety Healing Boilrrs aad Ctran. ,r f
furviaalaz aad layiac VW, aad
Rk LOaad. I 'iti'i
Tili iai Ilea, f-asnsaare le j t,-. .
MD GAS FITTER.
AH9 PUUS ta
Wrought and Cut Iron And Ix-ai I'ii
Hose, Packing, Sewer &nd Drain TiV.
Steam and Gas Flxtnrvfl.
fAsTDcat ork at fair franco. Eaticaalae f umisW-2
Offloe aad aoop til lSiA St. Tt,t Iz
Rock Island, 111.
.-. t.- No 190S Sawnond sivorins.
tHM . . ...
IIOCK 1LAD, ILU
COMPLETE IN ALL
T. O. DUH CAJT.
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