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THP ?A3&QUB TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 1 1891.
t a. nvt!:"-l on.l results when
J'1... it is nk!ig!f
Kirrtbii.sM.the taste and acts
lir ' .. ..,.:,: on tlie Kidneys,
SWl cloans tbesys
ffei..,w;!v, ihnU colds, hul-
,rd fevers and euros habitual
f f,!v rf its kind ercr pro-
M t.Va'-ii-.'-' t- the taste and ac
fM' i. i
k.;;.na:i l truly beneficial in its
Va:i'l r.oa!ile substances, its
Vei.'fllPNt 'iabtie3 commend it
3r liavr made it tae most
iVii bittles V r.'d hading drog-
r..,t h.ivp it fin b:ii:d will Pro
ntlp f.ir anv one "wbo
.:Sto try it. I'o not accept any
New and Second-hand.
3r(-'-. P n-'il I'hiX' -, Ku vr. and
rvttiitii; ritt t'i-Mry for school,
i Birr1'- m iiu n'ttiy irugr.iphy for
t v Z' r&h- fur (itiyotV inier
-.-N- ! intfi ;u ;-t for Kelt r primary
. :;i -Tify hy i fTtrtii: your irhdiil
171? S-coad Avenue.
J. E. REIDY,
- i . . a ii...... - :n;ifr-y on cotumts-
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' r.-j ar.d country property now
f "! Uiminv I:: btf,re purchas-
.nr- -ii .! toe Aiorican Cansfty and
.'f.--;ny. Bihimon .
1 Second Avenue, over
aonpe's Tailor Shop.
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' 'u' " 'r-','.r '.w"-'h'l- "f tht addi-i.,;.te-
CU.i.-r of hiiussn wll bt
eso Pay Until 1893.
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GE0- F. KOTH
HENNEPIN'S WATER WAY.
Commenced at Peoria.
e Fraperty Haider Alaacthe Fro.
poked or th Canal Mnlra -
la the raited Nairn
CondettiBstioa preceediDgs agaitst
property owners aloog th proposed route
of the Hennepin canal were begun in the
United States court at Peoria Siturdiy.
At 8 p. m. a petition was filed by Redfield
Proctor, secretary of war, through Th omas
E. Milchrist, Ui.ited States attorney for
the northern district of Illinois, in behslf
of the United States, asklne that the
property along the proposed canal be
condemned, and that the court cause the
owners and thote interested to be noti
fied, and ascertain the compensation due
the respective owners, and upon its pay
ment require tie owners to give convej
ances of the sane to the United States.
The property condemned 19 located in
Rock Island cou lty .
The following is a list of the owners
and those" interested in the condemned
David Payne, Davenport, Iowa: .Tep.
A. Jorgenson, Kilan, 111.: John Cole
man, residence unknown; W. V. Shi-
ralh, Scott county, Iowa: John Albrecht,
IVter Fries. bia.U M. Vandruff. Ella E.
Wynes. Adolphus Dunlap, Gustave
Schaeffer, Rock River Navignion &
Water Power Co , Rock Island & Peoria
Ry. Co.; Rock Island & Milan Street
Ry. Co.: William L Coyne, Rock Island,
William O. Scbmi It, Ida Harst, John Bush,
Francis Ochs, Davenport; George
W. Schmidt, Clara Schmidt, Chicago;
Frank Schimsiruin, Anders PdtersoD,
Paul Hartnagle, Emma Martin, George
Mell, fcophia Jobison, Lawrence Martin,
Jacob A. Vandruff, Louisa Vandruff,
John A. Hanson, Anna B. Hanson, A:
bertina Hanson, Merritt Goble, David,
William and Gkorge Sears, Matthew T.
Johnson, John Tindall. Hannah New
berg, J. P. New txrg, Milan; Daniel N.
Beal, Port Byror; John A. Johnson.
Charles O. Hanson, Eliz T. Luken,
George M. Luken, Moline: Julia and Har
ry Sehmidt, Cherc kee county. Iowa; Rj
salie II annate. Aaelia Kocher. Arthur
Harinatle, Alioe Hrtnale, South St.
Paul. Minn.; Frs.l AV. Johnson, Pusblo,
Colo. ; Edward S. Johnson, Sioux City,
Iowa; Charles J. Johnson. Plattsmouth,
Neb.; Mary Sodergtrom, Stillwater,
Mion.; Ansa and Elizabeth Vandruff,
Fullerton. Xeb.; Ojcar Vandruff. Har
wod.Neh.. Mattie Vandruff, Oakland,
Cl. : Samui.1 Van( ruff, Arapabon, Neb.;
Charles H. and Edwin E. Varjdruff.
Oakland, Iowa; Claries W. Moser, Lin
coln, Neb ; NorUweatern Mutual Life
Insurance Company, Milwaukee; Mathias
Bicbman, South Rock Island: D. L.
Cunkle. Harrisburtr, Pa.; John Coleman,
Claus Bergland, Johanna Peterson, Ed
win Harnagle. Jol n A. P. Berg, Phillip
Lynch. John E. Bahnten, John M . Peter
son. J. F. Atwell. Jacob From, Henry
Plumbeck. Ira Cook, Albert Meyer,
Joshua Vandruff. Thomas G. Patterson,
Ztdock Ealbaugh, James Dickenson. Cy
rus Dickenson, F. R. Brunot, residence
unknown: Moline Pump Co., Mo'in; un
known heirs of Samuel Siegriit; City of
Rock Island; John Blower, David Walsh,
and Elmer Hints of Milan. Highway
Commissioners for Black Hawk Town
sbip, Rock Island c unty.
The cases wi'l cime up before Judge
Blodgett at the October term of court and
all property owners and those ictercsted
are summoned to appear.
The Work I'rojti equine ltaiiidly on
Twent j--Fc urth Ktret.
The work of preparing and erecting the
masonry for the viacuct at Twenty-fourth
street is progressing nicely under the di
rection of Lieut. Thompson. The ma
sonry will first be put n. There will be
125 feet of this and a rise of three feet
23 inches at the Tliird avenue property
line. Then there is to be a 180 foot
span of four 45 foot plate girders, a 100
foot pin span over the railroad
tracks and aOU-footepan of two 4 j foot
plate gilders to the wagon bridge, which
is to be raised 30 feet at this end .
The masonry is to cost $10, 000 to f 12,
00J; the plate girders $18,200, and the
wood work f 2.800.
The excavations for the masonry will
begin in the morning.
.InSUNt Folire KaMinrra.
Following is the report of arrests made
by the police in the nonih of August:
Breach of the peace. 1 ; animals run
ning at large, 2; disorderly conduct, (i;
drunk, 11; assault an 1 battery, 9; abusive
laneuage, 5; drunk and disorderly, 2;
vagrancy, 1; carrjinc deadly weapons,
1 , interfering with an officer, 1 ; larceny,
1; disturbing the petce, 1; total, 41;
state cases, 2; city, S ).
Number of lights out, 177.
Number of tramps lodged, 10.
Jail bill (48 meals), 49. GO.
Funds collected by H. C. Wivill,
The West Rambo and Verne Swain
came down and the Ravena, Maud, Verne
Swain and West Ramba parsed up.
The stage of the water was 50 at noon;
the temperature at the bridge at noon 79,
When you telepbonu for a laundry be
sure and get a good one, and the only one
in the three cities that does first-class
work is Parker's on Third avenue tele
E. E. Parmenter, attorney at law.
Makes collections, loans money and will
attend to any legal bus mess intrusted to
him. Office, postofflce block. Rock Isl
and, His. dsAwl-
Si ay at vat Lok at a H ins f
' Messrs. Collins. Bollman aad Housel
ara erecting a temporary amphitheatre on
the river bank east of Eighteenth street,
with seating accommcduions for 2 500
people which will be charged 25 cents a
bead to witness Davenport's river carnival
next Tuesday eyening. The Davenport
Democrat doesn't take kindiy to the idea,
andsaysr'There is no disposition to fence
in the Mississippi on the night of the 8th,
and the neighbors across the stream are
welcome to the glorious spectacle even if
it is a bsck view. They might come over
here and sit on our seats for 50 cents and
feel as if they wer in the swim and it
might come cheaper than building an am
phitheatre. If there should be any trouble
about raising tbo money over there they
can come to Davenport and pass the hat
and the amount could soon be raised.
By the way, did you ever see a lot of
boys in a tr.e taking in a base bail match
in an adjacent enclosure T'
The Democrat ought not to blame the
enterprising people of Rock Idand for
seekiDg to aid the Multitude who may de
sire to witness the gorgeous spectacle
which la in itself an evidence of Daven
port's enterprise. There are sareral
things which actuate the movement to
provide accommodations in Rnck Island
for witnessing the carnival spectacle.
One is that th' re are any number of Dav
enport people who come over here to wit
ness the carnival, because they can get a
much better view of it. Many came last
year and there is promise of more ' tbis
year. Furthermore there will probably
be a large number of strangers in Rock
Island that night. Many will come
from abroad to see the carnival, coming
here naturally because they know where
this city is by fame, and have learned up
on inquiry no doub'.that Davenport is op
posite us. .
However, Davenport should harbor no
ill fee'.ing9 toward Rock Island for desir
ing to witness and enjoy its carnival.
The people here have each year expressed
their admiration of this gorgeous Neptun
al feature, and have always expressed
tteir regret that they should not be per
mitted to share in the expense of provid
List fall The Argcs heartily advo
cated Rock Island's joining in this year's
carnival., inasmuch as this city coirtd not
fail to reap the benefit of Davenport' en
terprise, and our ptople took kiadly to
the idea, as did Secretary Denison. of
the Davenport Business Men's association ,
and others, but the predominating senti
ment over there seemed to be to ressnt
any overtures on the part of Rock Island
to join hands, and all suggestions were
received with apo'.ite snub which implied,
"you take care of yeur affairs; we are
capable of looking after our own enter
prises;" that Rock Island rather than in
trude, dropped the matter. But the city
ought to be accorded the privilege of
sitting by and looking on, especially if it
provides its own seats and claps its own
hands over the brilliant spectacle.
To the London for school suits.
Don't forget May's low prices.
Prompt delivery at Parker's laundry.
Go to George Sutcliffe's for wall paper.
Fall line of Broadway gloves at Bens
Richard Mansill went to Chicago this
If you have any sicn painting to do
call on George Sutoliffe.
Fine laundried percale Star waists 50c
at Simon & Mosenf elder's.
Mohne's new inlet pipe for the water
works will cost the city $12,000.
Waists in Percale and flannel. Prices
from 2jj up at Simon & Mosenfelder's.
W. B. Ferguson and F. C. Denkmann
went to Muscatine this morning on bus
Simon & Mosenfelder are selling abeavy
chcyiot waist at 18c which everybody
considers cheap at 35c.
Deputy Collector M. Lee Gaits, collec
tions for August were: tobacco stamps,
fS.45; dears. $439.20; beer, 4.273 50;
total, $4,716 .15.
A telephone has been put in the pa
vilion cn the watch tower, and poisons
wishing refreshments may now order
them in advance of their going out.
Among the new knee pants, Simon &
Mosenfelder are showing a new material,
which is the most durable article they
ever bad. They are wool fabrics, fast
color, price 50c.
The tri-city syndicate is now in control
of the Davenport Central road. The
non-paying lines of both systems on
the Davenport side will be abandoned, as
will probably all the cars formerly run on
the Allen lines, aad syndicate cars with
Thomson-Houston electric appliance, take
their place .
nio.oiniloa of FarteorahlB.. .
The co-partnership' herttorOre -existing
under the firm name of Housel Woodt
yatt & Ca. is this day dissolved by mut
ual consent, G. R. Housel retiring.
Theestablishmemwill hereafter be known
as Woodyatt'g music house, who will as
suae all liabilities and receipt for all
monies due. G. R. Hocsel,
F. T. Woodyatt.
A. C Woodt ATT.
Rock Island, Aug. 38. 1891.
There is more catarrh ia this section of
the country than all other disetses put
together, and until the last few years was
supposed to be incurable. For a great
many years doctors pronounced it a local
disease, and prescribed local remedies, and
by constantly failing to cure with local
treatment, pronounced it incurable.
Science bas nrnven catnrrh in hi. o in
stitutional disease, and therefore requires
tuuuuiuHOBSi treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured hv V J tn,on
Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the onlv Constitu
tional cure on the market. - It is tsken
internally in doses from 10 (iron, tn o
teaspoonful. It acts directly upon tbo
uiuou ana mucous surfaces of the system
They offer $100 for anv taki it foi'a in
cure. Send for circulars and testimon
F. J. Chkxet & Co.. Toledo, O.
"Sold by druggists, 75c.
B. Birkenfeld ofiars tor sale his entire
stock of btwks. stationery, confectionery
and toys, ice cream parlors aLtl fixtures
complete. Also his property for sale or
rent for any number of years to" suit
Money saved by buying your boy's
suit at the London.
: Shirt Factory:
"We are now prepared to take
your measure and make
Prices ac Low s tbe Lowt-;t.
Also all kind? of
1609 Second Avenue, Ruck le'sml.
Over Looskj's Crockery store.
Office, lioonis 3, 4, 5 and 6 l:iouic Tt-mjiie,
TVhY not pay the tame amount to the Dome
Building and Loan A'wciation each month that
you are now pay.ng fur rent, ani acquire a home
of yoor own.
Loan awarded at lowt-st r;itefl.
Sloe in the firs, series mty be h:id njioa ap
p! cation to the Secretary.
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. Looslsy.
CHIHJ , aLass Ann LAXFB, '
1608 Second Avenue,
Highest of all in Leavening Power. TJ. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
Remnants from tha Irtoma nf Tnvklok
towels and wash cloths, some torn.
irregular In every way, 5o, 80, 1 Oo,l 2c,
1 , sac, mu ana less uan nut value
Sale Monday a. m. at 8:30: thev mav
last two or three days, may not.
Atsamatim.wa mrill nl,u in
another case of those White Shaker
flannels at 4 Vc-
Wo never ezDected to act
cae of thesa goods and have only se
cured mem wun a Rreat deal of 'wire
pulling." Just remember that they will
be placed on sale Monday a.m. at 8:30.
i.nkicsuiraaywe ran snort on the
Snow Cap White bath soap which we
sell each Satnrd.iv at &j 9 b- Tk
makers were sold ahead of their ca
pacity, nut we now hare invoices for
the goods and they will be in stock by
3atarday next and at 4c as usual. All
other times except Saturdays 10c per
cake is the price.
The weather permitting wo shall be
gin tearing out our double store fronts
on Monday a. m.
During the' progress of remodeling,
we shall nse our millinery store door
for our main entrance. Customers will
please take notice that our entrance
will be at No 1724.
We expect to keep business going
without interruption and shall make it
lively inside by naming lower prices
than usual so as to keep things moving.
We have added several items to our
dress goods department within the past
few days which will be of interest to
intending buy ers
In our double annex, Nos. 1712 and
1714 we have just received a lot of
woodenware, at absut half price.
Maple butter ladles, wooden spoons,
potato masher3. steak malls, wood
chopping bowls, etc.
It would be a good idea to get our
prices before buying any of above
New fall millinery is now being received. All the novelties as fast as they
appear at the east will be promptly placed on our counters.
1713. 1714. 1716. 1718, 1730 and 1722 Second Avkxcb.
Croquet 4-ball sets 62c
Hammocks, jule, Mexican 78c
Hammocks, white, Mexican . . 98c.
Hammocks, colored, Mexican f l 15
Window screens, hardwood frame 28c
New chamber sets, handsome decorations, yery cheap..
Picnic piaUx per 100 50c
Picture frames 8x10 with gl&ss and mat. 3 styles 85c
Linen or cream wove stationery per pound 3Jc
Envelopes to match, rquare 10c
Decorated niudow shades wiah best spiiuii fixtures 32c
.GEO. ii. 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
u t. 110 u ! 90
" " 1.25, " " 2.00
1.75, " 2.50
" 2.50, " " 3.50
u 2 75, " " 3.75
" " 325, " 4.25
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT,
1S11 and 1813, Second Avenue, EOCK ISLAND.
WE LEAD THEM ALL
IN MAKING FINE m
TRY OUR LATEST DRINK,
Peaches and Cream.
J57"A11 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 13.00; reduced to 12.25
'a5O4O0; " ' 2.75
" 6.00 ft 6 50; " 3.75
4 00; " 8 89
2 50; .. 175
3 00; " " 2 25
3 50; " 2 75
" ' " 4 50: " 8 25
Remember there is only a limited amout of the above bargains, so come early.
Central Shoe Store,
1818 Second Avenue.
ElmJStreet Store, v
8939 Fifth Avenue