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THE AUGDa TUESDAY,
SEPTEM BfcJt 1, 1891.
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You can furnish a bouse or an apartment now in excellent taste at no
greater expense than it would have cost a f.;w years ago for furniture of the
plainest possible variety. Improved appliances have not only brought im
proved articles, but tbey have brought reduced prices, and household luxur
ies are now within the reach of those who could formerly purchase only
household necessities. Just think of it! Y.re are now selling
A Handsome Parlor Table $ 1.50 $ 3
A Lovely Side Board 15 20
A Set of Cane Seat Dinners 5 8
An 8-foot Extension Table 6 9
A Hardwood Bedroom Suit 14 18
These are only a few of our many bargains worthy of your notice.
CASH OR CREDIT, NO INTEREST OR EXTRA CHARGE.
CHAS. A. MECK,
322 Braly Stret, Davenport, la.
We close at 6 :30 except Satuni ly evening.
AI D DEA.LKB IS
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Hose, Packing-, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
CFBest work at fair prices. Estimates furnished.
Office sad shop S19 18th St. Telephone 1182.
CHAS. W. YERBURY, Manager.
Rock Island, 111.
TKCORPORATBD CNDEB THS STATE LAW.
i J Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily troaa 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., ud Saturday evening from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Depooina. UoofT loaned on Personal, oU
lateral, or Real Estate Se-jurity
1. P. RITNOLDd, Pre. T C. DKHKlfiOlIt, Vice-Free. J. X. BUFORD, Cashier.
P. 1m Mitchell. I. P. Remolds, F. C. Deakmann. John Crnbengh. H. P. Hall,
Phil.Mltchtll, L. Simon. W. Hnrs-., J. X. Bliord.
Jacksoi Humt, Solisi re.
iTflll begin business July 8, 1880, and will occupy banking room with Mitchell Lynda
antil new bank la completed.
J. B. ZIMMER,
-THE WELL KNOWN
Stab Block, Opposite Hamper House.
has pnrchased for the
Fall and Winter of 1891-2,
A larger and finer stock than evsr. These goods will arrive tn a few days. Walt and see them.
Manor actnrer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND 8H0ES
Cents' Fine Shoes a specialty. Repairing done neatly and promptly.
A share of yonr patronage leepeetfully eoMeHed.
1618 Beeond Avenue, Roek Island, IH.
Proprietor of the Brady Street
1AH kinds of Cat Flowers constantly on hand.
Green Houses Flower Store
One block north of Central Park, the largest in la. 804 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa.
Qpen for the Season,
(Mo line avextje) joe Huber's Garden,
A magnificent place for picnics, part es, etc.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Shop corner Twenty-second street and Ninth vt aae. Residence 2936
tWlM prepared to saako estimatos and do all kinds of Carp. titer wosk. Give him a trial.
aarvas aae ansa was.
the wonderful reuedy
la acrid with a wia.
sremrsmtee to core all boftoms diseases, such aa Weak MenK.rr.
Loss of Brain Power. Readacbe. Wake 'nhieiM, Lost Manhood. KightlT K mis
sions. Nervousness, Lassitude. aUdrairs and loss of power of the Generative
Organs tn either esx caused by over ej-erihon, youthful errors, or eieetwive
eae of tobacco, opium or stimulants w iteb. soon lead to Infirmity. Consuma
ana and Insanity. Put aeeonvenlenti carry In Tet pocket. S1 per pace,
aae by mail: 6 for S&. with every 13 on er we ei a written gwtranUe to cur
or refund Ms none- Circular free. Add real Aerre Bleed Co., Ohheaa;. lit.
For salt in Rock island by Hartz & Bahnsen, 83 Are. and 20th street.
A YEKBAL SETTLEMENT.
The KbowWb lriitvatlou likely to be
Bronsbt to an End TViien the Heirs
A rerbal agree me ot as o i felt emen' cf
the ECnowles or Moline Y. M. G A. case
was reachrd snme ti i e since. tvo igh tbere
ban vet been no flnJ ra'.iflcallcc. Tho
Dispatch says t'ueie in a movement to cut
off further litigatioa aoi settle with the
Dr. Knowles beirs for $3,000 To this
$8,000 the defendants must add an ex
pense of S3 000 for attorneys' fees thus
far incurred making a total expense to
them of $11,000.
Tbe Diepatcb, with further reference
to tbe case, says:
This expense is divided b tween tbe
party defendants by agreement, into
sixty-foutths. Rev. O. L. Morgan agrees
to pay S2 sixty-fourths, or one-half of the
total. The Smill family will pay tight
sixty-fourths, or one-eigtnb; the Y. Al.
C. A. also pays eitht ixty-fourtbs; tbe
Illinois Borne Missionary society, of Chi
cago, six tuxty fourths; the Port Byron
academy, six sixty-fourths: C. II. Deere,
two sixty fourths ; the Chicago TLeolot
ieal seminary, one sixty fourth, aud C.
II. Lunt, of Portland, Me., onn sixt
All tfcese ptriies uamvd, exempt C H.
Deere were bentrQciaries of the late Mrs
A. M. R. t. Kaowles. Mr. IX'are uot
mixfd tip in tne cise hy aerararanslat:ie
the Y. M . C A., trJmj te MKciatiou
bis lot ntxt t tbe Rtimers afjrar si ere far
the lot cow runt, east f the Y. M . C.
A. buiidiDfi;. He Qr a lot with a coed
title, aal got one with a clouded title in
return. This is the way ia which he
comes in for paying two sixty-fourths of
the i' st er eettleaaeat.
Tbe Rev. C. L. Morgan bas proven
himself a benfattor to all eonaaraed ia
this affair. Tbe henkBeo t Mr. Morgan,
mainly consisting of tbe Mrs. laoowles
resilience on Fifth avenue, was of such a
HHd to a close bis litlj weald have re
mained intact, aad he woukl have bvea in
no way liable. The lawyers are prsci
cally agreed that Mrs. Koowles kid full
power to do as she pleased with the resi
dence, and that tbe provisions of her bas-
band s will could in no way invalidate the
title to it which she gave to Mr. Morgan.
Thus it will be seen that the share of
the settlement price which Mr. Morgan
bas agreed t pay, i6 nothing less than a
gift to his co-deferdints in the case. It
is a splendid sift, loo. one-haif the whole
expense, or $5,500. How is the Mnline
Y. M. C. A. comiug out of this sJair?
That is a quVetion of great interest to its
officers anil members. It is coming out
ot it wun rtie property on its bands and
also with a b'g debt.
Of this debt $10.00 is bonded; $7 000
is in tbe shape of mechanics' liens; $2.
000 of floitino dPht i ru'"nrlir.g. and
pow some'hioe like $1,375 must be ad
ded to etlect tins ettiemot. i'uis
makes a total of about $20.37S. Of
coarse thejipropcrty is worth snaeh mere
than h'& the bidding itself ct aver
$30,000, we believe, aad the lot is worth
$6,000 to $tj.(HKl. making aa investmeet
of thou. $4'J,0CO. Ye; il pioiniscs to be
a vexed conundrum just now to pav off
this $20,375. It would be a blessing to
the association if it could sell the present
property for $8,000 or $10,000 more than
its debt, and then make aaether start
with a smaller and possibly a more sail-
able building lor its work in some other
location. Tbe present assaciation build
ing is good business property; it wauild
be better with alterations. Poseibly some
individual, or a stock company, might be
able to handle it t advantage, by better
adapting the aaafn l)r to merahaatils
parpoeee, and changing tbe stage in the
present hall so that tbe splendid auditor
ium could be of larger use as an opera
Messrs. W. J. Eatrikin, I. O. VVilki
sea and Charles Dunham, ln attorneys
for the defease, have worked arduoasly
in this ease, and can doubtless tonrrata-
late themselves on reaching this agree.
ment for a settlement, which is believed
to be muoh better for the majority of
their clients than coold I otherwise bave
been expected .
Desirable fwr I.aditHt.
The new fashion jeurnal publisted by
A. McDowell & Co., 4 West Four eenth
street. New York, are again on our table.
"La Mode" is tbe smallest of tbe three,
and is intended for family use. It has
many styles for children, and is only
fl. 83 per year, or 1$ cents per copy.
"La Mode de Paris" is an elegaat jeur
nal, filled with evetytking of the latest
style in Paris. "Alburn des Modes" U
also a popular Parisian pnblieatiaa,
many ladies giving it tbe preference.
It is replete with such styles as
are patronized by the middle classes, its
designs being neat aad plain, yet all ef
the richest character. TLett three
monthly journals c'aim to give tbe earli
est fashions, and they are all primed in
Paris. Tbey contain )f sog in practical
dressmaking, which are of incomparable
vslue and easy to understaad. "La
Mode de Paris" and the "Album ries
Modes" are each $3.50 per annum, or 35
cents for a single copy Samples can be
obtained from tbe bouse at single copy
prices if tbere is auy difficulty in obtain
ing them from newsdealers.
Angntit Crop Report.
Crop Correspondent Campbell's report
to the commissioner of agriculture for
August shews the average condition of
corn Sept. 1 to be 100; the average con
dition of rye when harvested, 60; oats 90,
barley, 90; average condition of potatoes
Sept. 1, 110; apples 30; grapes 18; pre
duct of peacbes compared with an aver
age, 110; ef stock bogs for fattening
compared with last year 80; average con
dition as to weight and size, 70.
Mr. Campbell adds that corn is back
ward, requiring two or three 'weeks yet
before it is out of the frost. Oats have
been damaged by tbe late rains and will
grade low. Potatoes art good in quantis
ty and quality. Hogs, in consequence
of high prices paid to farmers, are scarce.
A handsome complexion is one of tbe
greatest charms a woman can possass
Pozzoni's Complexion powder gives it.
Halt for FsIho Imprtsinnarttt.
Charles F. Calkins, of Moline, has
through his attorney. William II. Ges',
filed tbe papers in a $3 000 d image suit
against Deputy Sheriff M. M. Btiggs and
Henry H. Haley and Paul Knller, of Mo
line. Tbe suit is for false imprisonment
and grows out of the detmty sheriff goieg
to Ciilhin's house to 1-jvy on come bouse
moviug apparatus uicu the laittr iitd in
his possesion aud as Calkins refused to
allow tbe deputy sheriff to take the tools,
the deputy took him, and it is alleged
brought him to this city where he was
deprived of his liberty and for which be
now asks damages. Haley and Keller are
charged in the declaration with assisting
in taking Calkins by force when be re
fused to go.
Coturid Reddig was given a pleasant
surprise at bis hour) ia S.m'.li Rock
Island last eveniag. About 70 of Lis
friends asst Hilled and Russell Bartb on
behalf of taese present presented Mr.
R-.ddig with a fine gold beaded cane The
l itter respot-d'.i in a prat .-peech and ex
tended to b! guests the freedom cf th?
bouse. The company at once accepted
the in vit ition aud tojiyul a flue supper
wkioh had been prepared antl the even
iag was pleasantly spent in a social manner.
29 Sr.b C F Jenkins to the city of
Moline, traet by metes ami hounds for
street purposes in sections 4. 5, 17, lw,
Cbailes E White to Fermnn F Meyer,
lots 13. 14, bk 2, White's add to Moliae
31 Uuardianshio of the minor heira of
ii. y. Soilferi. fjluatdlau's repert filed
Guardianship of minor beirs of Ranske
Grensennn. Guardian's report of sale
of ward's real estate and execution of deed
to purchasers filed and approved.
Jiinsrrr maare t'tarrrt.
The programme to be rendered by
Rleuer's bwnd in Spencer fquare tonight
Varch.lt. C. ra,,.i fius Brother
Pelrctian, Iji Viwtale Vrrcadante
The Sucre il Lyre K. siewina
Watix. (jueeaoi H.':w; Ft drooire
Pnntase La l'a!irellt' F tieitton
Tue Wi ch Dance Fr Groc'i!..
Qnsdrille Medley. The 1'icaic Bovor
Vt-tiitn. Lui'ia li Lammt-rmitor Hipiey
(allov, Lili:in T. D.ion
A Great Weight.
I i lit al I F
I 11 1 11 i I
M M I I r ti I
"Eddie, I. wish I wuz as fat as yon,
an I'd lie lifippw"'
"Yoii only think so. Us fat folks has
onr sorrers, too, but they don't show, au
we don't get no sympertby." Life.
He Left It to the Court.
A short tiaue ago an old negro was np
before Judge Guerry, of Dawson.charged
withome myial offense.
"Bajeaycya a lawyer, old man?" in
qr,4d h jmd-e.
"tfan't'yon get oneT
. "Xe, snh."
"Don't you want me to appoint one to
"2?o, sail. I jes tho't Td leab the case
to de ignance ob de co't." Quitman
A Rescue that Failed.
He (in the boat, excitedly) What can
I d to hel you?
She (in the water, calmly) Stay in the
boat. Mvusey's Weekly. ,
Bained His Ilaatues.
Mrs. Dojjood Even if you are just out
of prison that does not prevent you from
going to work.
Duty Rhodes It do, mum: tliey cut
m5.ba.ir and my bnslne.s is rained.
Mrs. Dogood What husmess were
Dusty Rhodes Jhe Circassian beauty
line, anuni. lew Vork Sun.
To Iowa, Mo., Kan., Iod. Ter., Colo.,
Neb., Mien., or the Dakota, over the
Great Rock Island route. Sept. 15 and
29 are the dates you can buy tickets
low rates round trip. Ask any ticket
agest for tickets over the Chisago, Reck
Island b Paoiat railway. Vkus line tans
to all tbe stales above mentioned, and
offers superior through car equipment.
Limit on tickets, 30 davs. Enquire of or
sddress K. E. Palmbr.
Pass. Agt. Central District, Peoria, 111.
O. T. &P. A., C . R I. P. Ry., Chi
It is very important in this age of vast
material progress that a remedy be pleas
ing to the taste and to the eye, easily
taken, acceptable to the stomach and
healthy ia its nature aid effects. Pos
sessing these qualities. Syrup of Figs is
the one perfect laxative and most gentle
Lemon ice cream at Krell & Math's.
Peach ice cream at Krell & Math's.
Music at Spring Cove every af'ercoon.
Peach ic cream made from frtsi ripe
peaches at Krell & Math's.
S:x jer cent losna by tbe Rock IeUtd
Munial liuilding Loan a-d Saving ne-o-c'a'iou,
Taesday evening, S-pt, 1
Wnuitil Kuiniehed loom by joutit!
gpotlcmnu in privtte houe. Adtlresi ; t
once, "II. A." care Daily Abous.
For Uuul iViiu or .lu jal viuli, the
roms fotm-ir'y occuoied li the People's
National bank at 1S07 Second avenue.
Enquire at tbe Peop'e's bank.
Btick ice cream takes the lead and
Krell & Math take tbe lea 1 in turning out
liie liiiet-t, pure-t and best in tbe three
cities. Try them when you want tome
thing nice in cream.
Lota jror Bala
In Huber & Peetz' addition to the city of
Kock Island, beiocr the Imp nMile ri.
enport's homratead, nicely and central'v !
1 I : . t a . . -
iiuin eve oiochs ot the post
otuce. Title perfect. Terms liberal.
For psrticuUrs apply to the undersigned
at the Ptoplti's Nalwitnil I.huU r on the
premise. John Pbbtz.
B"r,is Opera hm "
TUESDAY, SEPT 1
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The Fast lijj
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with li.iiin,- tj.;;' ' '
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Two taittii txouimoLs
O.i Tuesdays, Aug. 21 and Sap'.. 29,
special harvest excr.rMon tickets will fee
soW n points on the Chisago, Milwaukee
St. Prful railway at one 'ami rne-tbird
fare for round trio.
E 0. W. HohMKa, Agent.
bnaoke Publw iHicand cigir. Strictly
hand made, long Ilavanna Blu r; nva cen's
FOB MEN ninvi
BMeWfr as-: -3
C. k MW. 1 l-UI . -
I can reeommend Ely' Cream Ba'm to
all su,1erers f:oai dry catarrh from per
sonal experience Miehael Oerr, Pnr
Pozxoni's Coronkxion Powder pro
daees a soft aad heautef.il shsa; it ooiu
b nes every eleratnt of beautv and purity
tin lf, f. ' " ' ' Vri,. ,H l
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AdSren EWtE WirotC. CoTbbS
Bmi7tit uml Po:i! f.-r ( , . .
on New Vork, -j,, k- '"'
a.U!phtaor It. 'e'l'
InvMtnnt Stork- .,,' i . .
a. r. cnisaoLs rco
! BROADWAY. R U,
E-:at,h.bf. 1-:.; ..., ".:h
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and School of Phonography
-h ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Offors" unKurpnswd fucilitios to youug men nnd l.nli s who
qualify ti.omel es fur biiKiness pursuits. Our Husim ss Traini
pares for nccurnto accountantship ami the intelligent 1:m.1iii:
pertaing to business. The course in Shorthand and Typi writ:
verbatim reporting or office vork. Students who p;r-ui
have the privilejro of taking one subject i:i the culliL'i.it"
may nter at any time. For elegant
catalogue or further information
THE MOLINE WAGON.
THE MOLINE WAGON Cft
Manufacturers ol FARM. SPRINQ and FREIGHT WAffl
Afcn "pl,tJ llM. f PLATTORM and ethar vrla vir, sspsdallT a4apss4isS1
Waatarn trad of parlor workaaaaahtp and Imltk. Elaatmed rl Ul tm
applleotlrrs. om Ufa MOLINE 'iOON Ikaf Jra parcbar.
DAVIS & CO,
Pipe, Brass Gooda, Packin?
Hose, Fire KncK, B.
Sole Agents foi
n m m h -m r m m nl I 1 1 DC1 nfiA
UtAIM bltAW ruiviro a..-
We rsarantes every one parted. "2 rfj.
Twsnty day's toai, to
Safety Heating Boitars ana ,
furnishing and layiat Water.
Rock fctfl lJZ
Telephone 1141. Fesider.ee Te; :
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
' $2.50 Per Gallon.
Removed to 219 Seyenteemtli Strl .vt