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Ir-t: n ta.-te, aud acts
T.t ir'--':'::j' the K'Jney-S
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.... 'v ..;..! mills, hpad-
v'i ft '''"'' '"'' Cl!,r3 habitual
inn. rlos 13 1113
;i; (j'iN kind ever pro
pi,..:.,: t: 'die tast? and ac-
t: ;v hciichcial in lt3
, .iVIli tao ux&t
': , . ..I ! fuliftance. its
.mlwiH .ii;.i!itioa commend it
r- j ! - ?o it the most
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:h;tu . .ul ifii.liiig dnig-
t hive it ' liaml will pro
nroaKly t .r any one -who
to try it- IJ j nut accept any
lF0PM F3 SYRUP CO,
f. :4.V;.4CC. I Ml.
ml - Books,
i and Second-hand.
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; r-sary for iiiool.
!. . .i (.u.ry i-Mijrui'hy for
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-y Ky , ct'ir.i; your fchnul
1717 S-eoi.d. .-ivenue.
J. E. HEIDY,
ri. . - .ujii rry on commit
i: . i. :'( rents.
7 a: tl loUiiry property nnw
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' r i r.f nrt-cln F.re Insn
: ' American Cansfty and
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'-I Avenue, over
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t 1(0 Vi
1 Uu:.k tiiiti Mire
' , " ' '." -:h'"l'' "f the aadi-
r "' bco-te w:ll be
5:41 ;3 '..30 PER K8STH.
'' ev. ry ileed.
Laes to Pay Until 1893.
L' '!'t;;:-iy ff yonr Life
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:T.,: i,,.,",''u'",'iv'"'on 3ut plttud
!.u:lf. ' ' nd loc.tcd on the
f". frm . ,iir aboot five
au-d and mn .h.
aE0- F. "ROTTT
Mctriiftl Ketng Prpared-Llent.
Thnmpnoa In Oversee It The
AHbnrh nnthing ofDcial or definite
has ben learned lo that effect, it is reli
ably stated that the work of construction
of the Rock Isalnd viuduct at the foot of
Twenty fourth street will commence
early net week. Thjg far the only in
dication of the approach of operations is
a great quantity of sand both at the ap
proach, of the bridge and the proposed
besiDning of the viaduct. As sund is es
sential to tne success of all things this
may lib UktrD as BUlliCltnt.
There is much gratification expressed
over the fact thit the Phoenix Bridge
company has received the contract, the
people hereabouts having become some
what acquainted wish the company's
utjle ui uuiiK iiiiugn iu the way worn
' '" " : Ti-K-k Islaud bridge last
sjirine, and the hope is advanced that
Stipt. McKee may ac;ain be assigned to
the -v-r ctV ur.dtrtaking. Ila suc
ceeded so admirably w ith the important
work of putting in the iron girders of the
main biiifge, computing the contract
tivaucc of tne time auue.-
ipated by the company, and did it with
so little interruption to traffic between
Rock Island and Davenport.tbat there is
a general desire that he superintend the
TLc ttoce work has been ordered. It
is to he of Ansmo-ta s-one and some of
the matcriul on the ulr.td ia now being
dressed fcr the purpose. The general
supervision of the woi k on the part of the
povernment is to be iii the hands of Litut.
It is n pectel that orders will be issued
a few dajs regardirg the regulation of
traffic on the bridges during the progress
of the viaduct's construction. It is not
known as yet how lar it will be necessary
, . . . i .... .
ixi. ianwt.y company is ar-
iui,ug lo niuw its tracks on Twenty
foiir'li s rtet so that it can run its cars to
tic last P"3Ue mom. nt.
The CVUIj filter.
O. ii. Jbwc:I, of the Jewell Filter com
pnuy, of Chicago and New York, is in
the city experimenting with the centri
fngi! pn?nn tierotofore mentioned in The
Anon beincr used 13 operate the Ca
ble filters. A test wa made this morn
ing of the centrifugal pump, but it failed
to work satisfactorily, owing to the low
stage of the water in the river. The
p'p". will be sunk deep-.r, when it is ex,
prcted it will give better results. "The
filters are ail riant," Mr. Jewell said this
morning. "Tlie troutle is the consump
tion hu increased so with the electric rail
wj plant and individual consumers that
it tnkes more pumping power and more
rilitr fi'ioicity tfa,a was necessary when
we btguo. We propoie to a-cir:aiO ju-.t
what i9 necessary, so that we can report
to ;tlr. Came du nisret irn fr tu Eirope
the tirst oi tiie month "
1r Cump llfrt H2.
Camp Meeting Gkdcnus. Tindvli.'s
Orovr., A'Jg 27. Lst evening's icvival
scrvirewr.saelorir.ua su:cr s. Si veral
tn;oi iti. untr jhu ;ime oi tnem con
verted. Kev. J. V. Iltney took a9 his
suhject, "Man Should Attend to Gou's
Word." This following Rev. One's s:r
mon in the aflernot n on "Unbelief"
touched many hearts. The clouds of
the er'.y morning bein dispersed by the
sunshine, it began to look cheery on the
Itev, Gimson seems ta k"ep up the in
terest arouh. d in his bi'ile meetings. Rev.
Alford, of Coiona, preached on "The
C'uris!,c:n Victor." This was followed by
the -aerarnental service and the bnptism
t' ct1'----. Tf'C W. P M if. h"! 1
u.i ";.T.t;i t.Sl, T( " i-it', tint 111 it.e x r -!' ,.,
n i'i"" -ootessed hj 1' V. tint-r e on
"Tbo Command of God Shou'd be
Letters fron Misses Deiine and Carroil
T- i. Tv Bfm,'i in iii': t-vfnii'tf
li liv... J. W. Haney on tlie "Omui-p-esence
of Christ," was full of spirit and
Ila) light Uurslary.
A r.nca'i thief enter-.'d the home cf
G .'orge F. Roth,: 32S E eventh street, at
10:3 t rjtrr1ny morning, in the absence
of Mrs. Roth, nd got i way with a gold
wutc- aaJ chain and a diamond ring and
a grayer book. The la:ter was so bound
as to have the appearai.ee of a pocket
book, and it was found this morning on
First avenue, thethief having discarded
it w hen he found out h a mistake. There
are no traces of the oth-ir property, which
is valued at $150-
Dctfoaii Can't bi Cored
by local applications, as they cannot
re?.ch the diceascd portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an ic Aimed condi
tion of the mucous linit g of the Eustach
ian tube. When this t JDe gets inflamed
you have a rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing, and when it ia entirely closed
deafutas is the result, aid unless tha im
flamma' ion can be tat en out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of 10 are caused by catarrh,
which is nothing but an inflamed condii
lion of the mucous surface.
We will give 100 for any case of
deafness (caused by catiinb) that we can
not cure by taking Ball's Catarrh cure.
Bend for circulars, free.
F. J.CEEKET& Co..'
Bold by druggists, 75c.
Joslin, Aug. 26. -if Jack Frost this
year will only make himself conspicuous
ny his abfenoc.. thre will be such a crop
of cora in Rock Island county as has not
been known for years. In fact the crop
oi the whole country is put down at two
billion bushels, which in to be worth 50
cents per bushel. May we not safely say
that a bil!ion dollar crop of corn, and a
bi lion dollar congress, is a coincidence
lhat never previously happened.
Oats are thrashing out from 40 to 50
bushels per acre.
Mrs. Hubbart, of Denrock, is visiting
with ber son and family.
.We are having very cold nights again
for this time of the vear.
Oa Sunday night last, in this neigh
borhood, ll only lacked one degree of
Miss Ella M. Cromutoa is engaged to
teach a threp months' fall term at the
M os her school house.
Miss Minnie Timmona, whose home is
with Mr and Mrs. Guthrie, is very sick
and Dr. Morgan has been sent for.
On tfo-clay next Mr. and Mrs. A Dan -bar
start on a visit to relatives and
friends in Ohio. They expect to be gone
about a mont1.
Oi Klnn'tDT lt Iko Tin- W:H:-
Pivue raisud tiis new hay baiu. I am in
lornicU i. wab sinuly a repuuacau ri0
ing, no prohibitionist or democrat being
invited. V.'Lea we bui!d a nw bara wc
shall mske it i point of dntv to inviie the
Hon. William t aue t. ins raisicg, ana
'bus kill Lim will kimlot-n by helping
coals of fire upon his hed.
Bills ere out fi t a Farmers' picnic bv
" " T . v T . .
at Barstow, Tuesday, g; t. 1, J. G.
Osborn, president of the day. J. C.
Swank, marshal of the day. Tue issues
of the day will be discussed by Hon. II.
E. Taubeneck. of Marstiail, and others.
Music by the Plow City brass band and
glee club. Refreshments and amusements
on tlie grounds and ail are cordially in
vited to attend
"O." still claims that the only salvation
for e f -rrrirrs is in or-'-.r'z -."! end
forrairg a trust for th special p'lrpse of i
puuipg up me price of tarra products,
but be is vekj c&rcful uoi tu state what
he proposes doing with the consumers or
laboring class. Having increased the
cost of living, does he expect to pay
higher wages, and if so. bow does b pro
pose to reimburse the employers of labor.
James G Blaine claims that we are
now manufacturing so much w.re thau
wenq.iiic for our own use, that vtemusl
have an outlet for our woods, iind has
proposed a treaty of reciprocity with
stveral other nation f, but if "O." raises
the pr ce -. f American goods all the w ay
round, ail) he please inform us how Mr.
Blaine can possibly get our manufac
turers into other countries? But the
most strar go remark is, considering that
it comes from a member ot the F. M. B.
A. tha' "low prices cause dullness, de
pression and discontent, when one of the
chief ohjtscts of that order is to lessen the
cost of farmers' supplies. Was not the
bid of E. E. Rogers & Sons accepted be
cause it was considered the lowest? Ask
the ladies if cheapness all the way round,
(quality considered,) is not to be pre
ferred to dehrnes9. We denounce the
saying "that a cheap coat maker is
a cheap man," or that ' cheapness and
nastiness o together." How is it with
cheap ttgur? Has lhat proved to be a
great calamity to the poor laboring man?
Does friend "O." avail himself of 20
pounds of granulated sugsr for ?1. or
does he insist on payirg the good old
price? From the time man first exerted
eneroy to satisfy his Wants, ton constant
et.drnvnr h-s ever been to obtain the
:r-ite-t amount for the smallest expend -i
iirt of time. s'rcnf;th and money, and
put that dou as an axiom.
MtTLTUM IX PaIIVO.
Gaaranteed Cure tor LaOrippa.
We authorize our adyert sing druggist
to sell jou Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption. Con;-ht and C-l.Js. upon
this condition. If you are tffl'cted with
LsGrippe and will use this remedy ac
cording to directions, giving it a fair
trial, aod experience no benefit, yon may
return the bottle and have your money
refunded. We make this offer because
of the wonderful surcews of Dr. Kirn's
New Discovery during last season's epi
demic. Have heard of no case in which
It failed. Try it. Trial bottles free at
Hartz & Bahnsen's drug store. Large
size 50c, and 1.
Ten custom shirt makers; also 10 girls
to learn trade. Good wages paid. Call
between 9 and 12 or 2 and 5, over Loos
ley's crockery store.
FR.GaTFUL LOSS Of LIFE!
Of the many dimeters with whic mai.kinil has
been viBl.ed. one of the worst is that c'a of ail
ment wojeta originating gimplt with inactivity of
the kidneys and hladrli-r, caaBes unca frightful
loss of life. TJndi r this sppalline cateory crnne
bright' oense, diaije;es. gravel, ordinary n -pliit
eauU catarrh ot the b adder. Noclii?f
organic maladies, acainst which medical skill is
pituia. to often baffle;, ihe exirl (.raciitionerand
tela hi skill a' nstis-ht. Easy is it, however, to
rrest tln.e din ful nilrrt-nta nt the ft"-t The
onwir cii"tiof Hostwr's Sv-Muath Bitter is
J"t fll- to.pt th t,-'M r jr ;'dlvs it
work, uiv.civc or rescue .Uciu Iroui la.al in.ctiv
uy artthnui excitinir them. The unmeditated
S'.imuUiit of commerce excise wi.h .ut either
st.eiiioheningorreguliitiiiK. llo-tetter's tstomaeh
Hitters do"H bdh. It is unfailing for malariu,
:l 1j litj, i-t; .iii-t.eui, .lver omiiufctni
Orrit, Rooms 3, 4, 5 and 6 Masonic Temple,
Why not pwy the same amount to the Home
3r.;tditig au'l Loan As.ciit:on each mocth that
yon are now paying for rent. an J acquire a heme
of your own.
Lianf awarded at lowest ra:es.
Stock in the firs'; tenes may be bad upon ap
pl ca'lon nthe 'ecTetary.
tji y -T
Brings out the defects, if there
I guarantee everything I sell.
If you don't like it when you
get home with it, you can re
G. M. Loosley.
cms , olai-s aisd nrs,
ttVH Second Avenu, ,
Highest of all in Leavening Power. U. P. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
SfrCC TO BE HELD AT BBbIi
E DAVENPORT, IOWA,
SEPT. 7, 8, 9, 10 8 11
7 7 ' FRIDAY.
SEVENTY ACRES. Xfw and elegant grrouodi. within city limit
Steam and Elctri Mtreet Kailways carry paiMeiuren and exhibits dlrertl
Into the ground!. All building new and commodious. Ample accommoda
tion) for Mtock and Exhibits.
One Solid Week of Comfort, Fun and Instruction
TTESDAY, Sept. 8thj, 1:30 p. m.-N"o. 1,2:24
Trottine. puise S 0. .No. 2. 2:4 Trotting, purse
$4j0. No. 3, 2 :-0 1'acln;, purse 4O0.
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 9th, 1 JO p. m. No. 4,
2:28 Trotting, purse 400. No. 5, 2:30 Paclnc,
purse SK). No. 6, 2-year-old Trotting, purse,
f.'OO. Mile heats, two in three.
THURSDAY. Sept. 10. 1 :30 p. m. No. 7. Three
minute Trotting, purse 8lu0. No. 8, Free-for-
all Trotting, purse $400. No. S, Three-year-old
Trotting, purse 6200.
FRIDAY, Sept. 11, 1:30 p. m. No. 10, 2:31
Trotting, purse 40o. No. 11, Free-for-all Fac.
ing, purse 4iio. No. 12, Judge Blair Stake Raes
for colts siied by Judge Blair; Si", to enter. Slot
added; fire to enter, three to stiirt. Mile heats,
two in tiiree; 2U to winner, $25 to second horse.
All entries elose Monday. Sept. 7, 11 o'clock, p
m. For Entry Blanks and Fremlum Usts ad
dress the Secretary.
MISSISSIPPI -RIVET eAKMIVAL.
fa-The attraction for Tuesday night Is the Grand CARNIVAL of Boats
on the Mississippi River, illuminated by an Immense display of Fire Works,
Colored Lights, and magnificent Set-Pieces on Barges for that purpose.
Wednesday, Sept. , at IO o'clock sum.. Grand Bicycle Tournament.
A Grand Concert each day by Stressor's Second Regiment Band.
4-0 men The oldest Band In the State.
EXCURSION RATES ON. ALL RAILROADS
JOE L. HEBERT, 8ICRITARY.
JAHNS & bertcls:n,
Tixware Aht Hotjok FuPKisnira Gcci2 "
1612 SECOND AVENUE.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Croquet 4-ball sets 63c
Hammocks, jute, Mexican 75c
Hammocks, white, Mexican 98c
Hammocks, colored, Mexican fl 15
Window screens, hardwood frame 28c
New chamber sets, handsome decorations, yery cheap. .
Picnic plates per 100 50c
Picture frames 8x10 with glass and cat, 3 styles 35e
Linen or cream wove stationery per pound 82c
Envelopes to match, rquare 10c
Decorated window shades with best spring fixtures C2
GEO. H. KINGSBURY, Fair and Art Store,
1703, 1705 Second Ave. Telephone 1216.
HERE IS A BARGAIN FOR YOU
LACE CURTAINS. :
A Pair for $1.00, Former Price $1.75
" " " 1.10. " " 1.90
" " 1.25, " " 2.fiO
' u " 1.75, " " 2.50
' " 2.50, " " 3 50
" " " 2 75, " 3.75
" " " 3.25, " 4.25
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT,
1811 and 1813, Second Avenue, KOCK ISLAInD.
WE LEAD THEM ALL
IN MAKING FINE
TRY OUR LATEST DRINK,
Peaches and Cream.
CgTAll the finest drinks at
Thomas' New Fountain.
Prescriptions a Specialty.
- Special Shoe Sale -
300 Pair Men's Shoes,
250 Pair Ladies' Shoes
REGARDLESS OF COST
Men's Tan Colored Shoes,
Ladies' Hand Turn Shoes,
Ladies' Hand Turn Shoes,
Ladies Hand Turn Shoes,
Regular Price 83.00; reduced to $2 25
"&50 4 00; 2.75
" 5.00 5 50; " 3.75
" " 4 00; 2 80
2 50; " ' 1.75
8 00; 2 25
" " 8 50; 2 75
4 50: " " 3 25
Remember there is only a limited amout of the above bargains, so come early.
. GEO. SCHNEIDER'S,
Central Shoe Store,
1818 Second Avenue.
Elm Street Store,
S29 Fifth Aventie