Newspaper Page Text
THE A KG US, MONDAY, ArulL. 0. 1891.
J A. D. HUESING
prwmi, among other lme-tried ana well
. Royal Insurance Company, of England.
Weschester Fire In. Company of N. V.
Buffalo Gorman In. Co., Buffalo, N. T.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochester, N. Y.
CHliens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
8nn Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California,
ftaearitv In iv V.i. Rwm r ......
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co., Milwaukee, Wis
uwnwui virv ma ujbor t-eona, 111.
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
-ALL KINDS OF-
I Cast Iron Work
done. A specialty of furnishing all kind
of Stores with Castings at 8 cents
A MACHINE SHOP
has been added where all kinds of machine
work will be done Bret-class.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
CHAS. R. WHEELAN,
Undertaking and Embalming
Diraick Block, No. 808 80th St.. Rock Island.
HaTing purcnased a complete line of Undertak
ing goods, with hearse and arpuartennces, and
havfne secnred the services or Sir. Geo. . Reed,
of Chicaeo, sti expert funeral director and ern
balmer of IS years experience, I am fully pre
ared to guarantee satisfaction.
GET' YOUR PICTURES
Over American Express office,
afTirst -class work guaranteed. Lady and
il. ii. and Steamsliii
Member American Ticket Brokers' Asslri)
Reduced Rates to all Points.
OFFICE -In Adams Express Office nndcr
.We are the Kanufacturara
Do not fail to pet an Estimate Before Contracting.
104-1 CW Frrihllr-S.. Chicago.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY of next week we will
be ready to show you our new store and stock of
Baby Carriages, Refrigerators. Etc., best line in the
See us before you buy.
CHAS. A MECK
: Successor to The Adams, 322 Brady street,
. Davenport, bwa.
n...F,Xy "''END, Manager. ,
It Is said will sell anything, tit s is
true in a measure; but for staying
qualities,- met it is the test. Extorsive
advertising may soil anything wltere
it is new or unknown, but after it
omes into general use, it is julgod
according to its worth. The continued
and steady growth of Swift's Sjm ciflo
Is the best evidence of its excellence. -It
is most popular where it is be6t
known. Every bottle sold, sells tea
others. Every one that takes it be
comes its friend, and recommenc s it
to their acquaintances.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
Swift Spkciho Co., Atlanta. Ga
SEE MY SPONGE ?
AS I DID
ONCE A MONTH
flTurn n nr . . . . ... .
WITH WET SPONGE T
LADIES. IT COSTS
to change the appearance o:old
Furniture sjo oomnlstalv tht
your hue bands will think it i r. ew.
WILL DO IT. U m ASK PON IT.
Davenport Steam Dye Works
Kroen & Cornels, proprietors, 319 Har
rison street, Davenport, Iowa.
Dyeing, Cleansing and
in the very best and latest manner with
the aid of the best machinery.
sfFeather beds and pillows renovate d.
John Volk Sc Co,
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Siding. Flooring,
and all kinds of wood work for buililrn.
Eighteenth SU bet. Third and Fourth avet .
Omni SUSPEHS ORY
- l.,uiO MiHH.ll 41 111 ittmk IV
usw pin l;f TH1sora vl kH-W
!M0V0l-sSf ftFCTRKS BELT AND SUSfENSORt
vr KI.H Ml xiim:. tl.'lr for thia r Hie pun
p.e. Imr mt flB-rtlv rr:il.i,rw. elf ill f rrrlv. Swilh
lt. I'naiilnaM. 4urr-li K'ivt riri'T th-t'ieh al V'l.AK
PARTit.rm..rs iLraiioHKHl.tll Vl:)IKIrHTI SXGTH.
Flftrle I Mrrrat pli lu.t.nti.. or wiJ.-rleil $ .lioo In caa.
(IKI.T and upw., I i.irir f i. anH ik V or(eJnftr
aianrnllv ( 3r.il -.. ntr.m rr;rd panplilrt I r.
S.tiriFW pwnnwi . inn 1 .H,u.t. CHIC 00,111.
FOR US !
TUNNELS FOR PKOTECTIOX ,
A Ht-iu t Subt riSsrsa Pansia 10
Al HntM.Hcis lmiiriinK tlir 51.
ltn Piiixv f'ompan" Vrk.
As sn ioi ro.emtnt in the interest of
bener tire protection the Molire Plow
company 1iB under construe ion a sybtem
of subterrm.rjt n patsnces or tannds con
ntcling hll tlie differtnl 'uildiovs com
prising Hie works. The R'pub icsn
The iik it constniftintf the first of
these tunut-U mw firri undcrthkeu about
two weeks ago. Ttie ystun will tenter
al tlie larLTe Duplex-Wi ribmgton pump
now in i Ik o in inn jouihesM corner of
the boiler loom. This rump is not yet
connected up. but it will be in the course
of twti or three weeks, by which urne it
is hoped to have ti e passage ways fin
ished. Tli"se tunne's are to be about five
feet wide, and high enough to permit an
ordinary sized man to pass through with
out ttoi'ping. The wails will be of solid
stone tnasrnry. One r.bj-ct of the
tunntle is to hnve n place for the un
derground supply pipes of the sprink
ler system and the pipes to connect
the large new (jump wuli citv hjdrant
system, where they will be easy of access
in the care of a break or any other trou
ble with 'be pl'imhing arranucment
Another ol ject is to give a passageway
for the watchman or others direct from
one 1 uilding to another in esse of fire.
As soon an the tunntl system it finished
the wa chman will hve direct access to
any buHrlir'.j of the wrrks witnout nv
pott i'ie hrrier 10 his uiovemtMis. The
impr&v-mer,t has h-eu foun i of rreit
service in lirge fan'oriea in Ne Eog
land. lot only for tir prolecuon, hut as
sn economical trutkway, though we be
lieve few wesltro concerns have yet
adopted it The main tunnel has now
progressed as far as the building thai ad
joins the tew seven-story structure on
the east. The work began at the boiler
house This tunnel will run north under
this bui:diog a short distance and then
turn at rk'bl ancles and go east and pass
underneath the surface of Fif
teenth street to the foundry and corn
planter buildings. It will contain sev
eral lioes of pipe the entire distance, it
being the intention to equip the buildings
on the eat side of the s reet with Grin
Anotti."- large tank, for which the
frame work is already being constructed,
is to be rrecicd on the top of the seven
story warehouse. It will be 12 fiet in
diameter, 10 feet deep, and have a ca
pacity of t 000 gallons, or ihirtv-one tons
of water. This will be erected onja ped
estal ctveral feet above the southeast
corner i.t the warehouse roof, and like
other Ftniilar tanks that have been erected
at this and other factories is intended to
furnish perpetual pressure for lh3 sprink
ler system, which is being extended to all
parts of the works under the direction of
J. D. Sullivan.
i rjs. Tint s iis-.
The advertiser in a small way often
stands agha9i at the large sums of money
which certain masters of the art are
known to spend annually in bringing
their goods before the public. Having
had experience only within bis own nar
row circle he asks in a bewildered way
how it is possible that they can make it
pay. He ukis a pencil and paper and
and begins to figure it out. Supposing
their profiis on a single sale to be so much,
he deteriuines how many sales they
wou'd have to make to cover their entire
advertising expenditure. About the time
he reaches this result he gives up in de
spair and falls back upon the old but tafe
conclusion that these princes of advei
Using are c inducting their business for
the purpose of making money, and that
if they did not find their advertising paid
they would not continue it. Ex
( OrSTY Bl lL.UI.vX
3 Elizabeth Bradlev to H L Franting
lots 4 and 5, block 12. town of Milan.
Charlotte Simmons to Janes D Long.
lots 1 and 2. block 6, Stewart's sub-division
South Moline. $475
VV H Chase to Mary E Tolles e of lot
6. block 6. Wood's secand addition to
James Taylor to "W B. Bruner, lot 4,
block 2. Taylor Ridge. $50.
Margaret Kelley to Patrick Wynn, lot
9. block 5. Osborn's second addition to
3 Estale of John Eliberson Admin
istrator's report filed and approved.
Estate of Samuel Gray In re tee
claims of Abbie Morris; waive of notice
filed bv administrator.
4 Guardianship of minor heirs of
Henry Brown Guardian's report filed
aod approve d; receipt aud release of ward
Lizz e Brown filed and guardian dis
charged a n ber.
Insanry i f William Coughlin Hear
ing; verdict insane and a pauper, ordered
committed io the Central Insane hospital.
' Illinois Department Encampment, O. A. B.
Decatur. 111.. April 8-10, 1891. For
above the C, B & Q. will sell tickets
from points in Illinois, April 7-10, inclu
sive, at one tare for the round trip, good
returning up to and including April 11,
1891. Good connection is made both go
ing and returning.
H. D. Mack, D. P. A.
There will be a meeting of the stock
holders of the Reck Island Savings Bank
on Monday. April 13. at the office
of the biink. between the hours of 10 and
12 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of elect
ing nine directors for the ensuing year.
J. M. Btjford. Cashier.
My son his been afflicted with nasal
catarrh since quite young. I was induced
to try Ely's Cream Balm, and before he
had used one bottle that disagreeable ca
tarrhal smell had all left him. Hot ap
pears as well as anyone. It is the beet
catarrh remedy in the market. J. C.
Olmstead. Areola. 111.
Pozzoni'a Complexion Powder pro
duces a soft and beautiful skin; it com
bines erery element of beauty and purity.
D'M.'l fail voIk
. E'ee.'ion iav tomorrow.
Coy council nneib giouish'.
Vote the BTiiiTH drmocrirt ticket.
, Eleo Currall and Appe!qi'8t super
visor. Vo'e for Weintui'g'-r for aldermtn . iu
the Firl ward.
Inciene Aid. D-iiiiel Corkets roi-jirity
in the Thiid ward
Rolert Ie. of C-ible. was in the city
Hurrah for Oh'.w..-il r and the entire
democratic t'cki t
Democrats of the St-cond war I. vote for
McCartney for alderman.
A bright little girl hta arrived at ibe
home of Aid. ChatUs Bladel
Iloq. William H. Gest went to Chica
go this mom is 2 on business.
. Matthias fcnnell left for the east this
morning on a business trip.
Democrats, stand by vour ticket to
morrow and you will elect K from 'op to
The democrats or ib Fourth ward wil
give Albert Huesiog a good majority to
Mieg Esther Rosen field returned to Chi
cago this morning where she is at'erding
Vote f -r .Ihn Ohlweiler for mayor
Down the office holding, public defying
It is not likely that the council will
have much of a session to-niwht. Elec
tion is t 'o near at hand.
Tom D'inhiie will eet there by a
whooping majority in the Sixth ward.
Vote for him and be with the winners.
Carse & Company are moving their
stock of boots and shoes back into their
handsome remodeled store to-day.
The Lilah Stuart Theatre company
opens a week's engagement at Harper's
theatre to night, in '"the Iron-master."
John Ohiwei'.er is reasonably sure of
carrying five of the seven wards tomor
row, which insures his election by a good
William McEniry is again able to be
on the street, though he has not fully re
covered from his recent severe illness
with the grip.
Indications point to the election of
Martin Weinberger for alderman in tbe
First ward, notwithstanding its republi
Wonder how much time Joe Haas gave
the city during the three months he was
engaged in the futile attempt to return
Mr. Gest to congress?
Louis May has leased the Henderson
property on Eighteenth street near Sev
enth avenue and will soon begin the oc
cupancy of it as a residence.
The Third ward will give the straight
democratic ticket a rousing majority to
morrow.including Dan Corken.one of the
best aldermen who ever sat In the coons
There should be no question about E.
D. McCartney's election as alderman in
the Second ward. Hetter got his seat by
chance and has never did anything to
justify his re-election. I
The boast of Alderman Knox that be
curries the Fifth ward in his pocket is j
likely to be contradicted at the polls to
morrow. Alex McDonald will be the
new alderman from the Fifth.
Speculation is now rife as to the m
jority the democratic town ticket will re
ceive tomorrow. The general opinion is
that it will be a good one. and that every
man on it will be elected.
Capt. Koehler has held to the city
clerkship with a tenacious grip, but there
is an end' to all things, and it looks
very much as though the captain wou'd
fall by tbe wayside tomorrow.
The aldermanic contest in the Seventh
ward is waxing warm. Although tbe
ward is republican it is not likely that
the taxpayers will fail to repay Aid.
Larkin's splendid work for them while in
the council by a re-election .
That Thomas Donahue will take Aid.
SchToeder's seat in the council chamber
when the latter's term expires, is gener
ally conceded. Donahue will run tomor
row like one of tbe vestibuled trains on
tbe Rock Island road.
street Commissioner Harris indulged
in a brick walk down Second avenue this
morning This was a very good election
eering dodce, but it will deceive no one.
McConochie and Harris will both be
asked to lay down their public responsi
The Union confeescs that "tbe repub
lican is seeking excuses to scratch his
ticket this time." Tbe republican need
not seek excuses. There are abundant
reasons for ignoring the i combine of the
bosses from one end to the other. The
republicans need seek no excuses this
year. They have plenty of them without
The South Park Sunday school yester
day presented the Misses Weyerhauser
with a beautiful silver card receiver as a
token of loving rememberance, and ap
preciation of their work in behalf
of the school. Mrs. Weytrhauser and
Miss Maggie are alreedy in St. Paul
at their Bummer home and the Misses Liz
zie and Lonie leave this week.
Tested and Approved J. M. Little,
Esq., cashier Marine National bank, Bal
timore, Md., says: I have tested Salva
tion Oil and find it an excellent remedy
for neuralgia." Keep it in vour botm."
Rich. Digestible. Stimulating. Nourishing.
Having a peculiarly delicious flavor a food and drink
combined at a half cent a
"BEST & GOES FARTHEST."
VAN HOCTEN-S COCOA fonco tried, always nrd ") nas inrsntcd and
patented and Is made la Holland. It is acknowledged bf tha most eminent doctors
and nalrtthat by the sx?cliil trentrm-nt Vax lionrns s Coooa has undergone, the
solobllltr f tbe aeH.formlas; cnnultaent Is Increased Bfljr per cent.,
while the whole of the tiurw are softened onJ rendered more palatable and digestible.
largest sale la tna world. Asi for Va
i&-,i$M art tm W JLimL
THE POSITIVE CURE!.
ELY BEOTHERS. C6 Warren
THE MOLINE WAGON.
MOUSE, I LI..
THE MOLINE WAGON CO.,
Manufacturers oi FARM, SPRING aud FREIGHT WAGONS
A full mScomplue une r FLATFORM srd other Spring Warcns, espectaliT .dapted to the
Western tm.v nf -nrrir.r worlucanKh'p end Ciiinh Illnstrated Prlre List free oa
-. ..(!. "'ifrM-Mys i-efore rHirrhasme.
ANDFRSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KO HN & ADLER
Removed to 219
JVC. TC. MUREIN,
Choice Family Groceries
Cor. Third avenue and Twenty-first St., Rock Island.
A first-class s.ct of Oroceries that will he sold at lowest liTteg prices. A share cf rw:c
patron ftgc wonciten r
C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor arid. Builder,
1121 aod llil Fosrth arenne. Residence 1119 Tourth avenne.
Plans and specifications furnished on all classes of work : also a?ent of Willer's Patent Inside
bhduig Blinds. gomethiDg new, stylieh antt desirable.
. BOCK ISLAXD. ILL.
cup and fit for a prince.
II,tks- aanel lake ne other. 67
8U, New York. Prico 60 ct&J
DAVIS & CO,
A complete stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc.
Sole Agents for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10RS
We guarantee every one perfect, and will send Ct us.
Twenty day's trial, to responsible parties.
Safety Heating Boilers and Contractors fo
furnishing and laying Water, and
Rock Island, Dlinoi.
Telephone 114. Residence Telephone 100.
Goods received by
CALL AND EXAMINE.
COMPLETE IN ALL
FOR CATALOGUES ADDRESS
J. C. DUNCAN,
l : -