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;a-irj or eomralseion:
ifK VZZw in.la. ci.icnu now.
S-ffTrift ' "u '
Tn !'; ."fl-v. and all articles
J'Jin 'f"'"- ,loud avenue.
aa.i ornamental trees,
i'f " So cspenenca
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Kf-. O) , IiUCUiSTEB,
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1 -irh nriler.
.T'vrusu' 'oLta. 5S) Myrtle
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- . I ,x (IR Wakdrti
-: 'if', ;..an-'r Mr day nd a per
'.,!" ;' i, i at away moeh
. r : - ir. ........ .vmji. vKrd-
riicl. r for the price of
f j'f,- of the celebrated
Iwitel'le. $4S, Al-
-?-t'-JriiJaDd Mrrue aveuue, uroo.
J. CEAMPTON & CO.
t. ,!!ir.'.' iidlitions to tie'r stock
;: ,.v, ry ! i rtn.('iit.
-. : , ? ai! k:r.t!. including
En.'yc'opedeas, Etc ,
M Goods at Low Rates-
A. 0. HUESING.
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MIIIIII l-a II IIHII I
WUUlUiUVV Hi' villi
IrrwM". among o'her line-tried ana well
arc r.re iwirance (.oraDanie. ne ronowinff:
fcu hnr.ir.ce Company, of England.
I;-:er Fire ln. imiany of N . V.
fcli-OVraur. In?. Co., UaCttio, N. T.
iraesii?: (je rsoan lls. Co.. Rochester, . T.
fcir:-fc Cu.. of Pittsburgh, Pa.
.wi In. Co., of i.'tLf'rnta.
SKirty 1m. Co.. Sew diven. Conn.
Lur Mechanics ln. Co.. Milwaukee, Win
feait K:rt Ins. Co., of Paorta, IU,
SaCor. 19:l St., and Second Ae.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
'J. M. BUFORD,
To'4 V'.rt a-tl T:m.'r!ed Corrpaslea
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
Iwiu,w,n, r,.h!, nmr,tnf T,
arc, ?" "'"""!' la aolicil
Surety on Bonds.
). ..f N
i jrivc bonds in pi
... .1- re to avoid u.-ktiii;
-ir. or w ho may wi(b
:' i-M.-r obligations as
r;:iy u.'sire ooikIa and
i 'il.'ro.ir -, svion!rl apply
or. Cit'h Capital
- : r-;i; .r on application.
: i'.Ki.'KNCi tlT. Agent.
: -!, Hock Island, 111.
aimos, A spioialtt.
fourth Ave. nT -w.
"'P n acknowledftJ
he leading remedy foi
Haorrbpi llef C
i he only sale remeily for
I breaorlbe it and (eel
.e iu recommexMUDc ii
tu all auffereni.
A. J. UTONfcR, M. D,
The Mfhaylrr Caaaty Politician
Kaln s a Roav I. the Boaid f Equal
ization. The state board of equalization had a
lively time at its Tuesday's session in
Springfield. A dispatch from there says:
Crimination and recrimination was the
order of today' session of the state board
of equalization, and if half the charges
that certain m mbers made against each
other are true i be people may well pray
to be delivered from the hands of the
board. The minutes of the proceedings
of last Thursdty's stSsion as red showed
that the minnti a of the preceding diy's
session had be n approvtd. Mr. Crske,
who mis not p esent at Thursday's ses
sion, raised the point that the min
utes were not correct, ta that they showed
approval of Wednesday's proceedings,
when the fact was that there was not a
quorum present on Thursday, hence there
could have been no apuroval of the min
u es of Wednesday. It was on the dsy
last named that a resolution was adopted
rescinding Cratke's resolution of Aug. 18,
which directed the secretary to make a
tabulation of tl.e reports of corporations,
and Mr. Craskt was evidently possessed
of a purpose to try to annul that action
in some way. So he proposed an amend
ment to the minutes of Thursday to show
that they bad not been adopted.
A disjointed debate, in which the chair
allowed membe-s great latitude, followed;
but Craske's mo. ion to amend was
finally voted down and the minutes were
approved by a vote of 10 to 5.
Then Mr. Cruke arose to a question of
privilege and ri ad a previously prepared
speech in which he characterized the
conduct of the lioar.1 in rescinding his
resolution as ' revolutionary" and in
cendiary." He was very severe in his re
When he had concluded, Mr. Ntfl, the
chairman of th corporations cemmittee,
tot.k tbe floor a ad proceeded to admin
htera Bevere castigation to the member
from the Eleventh distiict. He des
nouDced his coiiduct as cowardly and un
maLly, and explained that he had moved
to rescind Craske's resolution for tbe
reason that a ctmpliance with it would
tint ive the bo ird any information that
would be of value to it, but on the con
trary, thtt wou'd be misleadirg.
Mr. Taylor also paid his respects to
Mr. Craske in Knguage that was more
forcible than jolite, and soon after the
board adjourned In the wordy warfare
the "lie" was p.ssel back and forth with
great freedom, and much bad blood was
The celebration of Emancipation day
by the colored psople of the tri-cilies at
the old fair grounds yesterday was largely
attended. Th exercises were opened
with prayer by E. D. Green of the col
ored Baptist church, after which the
Declaration of Independence was read bv
Miss Birdie Matshhll, and the Emancipa
tion Proclamation by Miss Regina Mar
shall. Rjv. D.T. Robinson of Alton,
was then introduced and delivered an
address after which came dinner and at
2 o'clock Rev. R. J. F. Lang of Daven
port, spoke on the condition of the colored
people today, after which came a game
of ball between Rock Ilsand and Daven
port teams, resulting in a score of 12 to 3
in favor of Rocl; Inland.
In the evening the colored people again
assembled at Turner hall in this city and
were addreesed by Mr. Robin9on, who
had spoken in '.be morning, after wLi 'h
a dance was indulged in, in which a large
number of old aid young took part.
Lemon ice cream at Krell & Math's.
Fresh oysters and celery at Young's.
Peach ice creem at Erell & Math's.
Wanted A girl; apply at 1123 Third
Peach ice cream made from fresh ripe
peaches at Kiel) & Math'-.
Cboc.ilate, vanilla and i each ice cream
and lemon ice ai Krell & Math's.
The finest and sweetest line of French
candies just received i Krell & Math's.
Subscribers to the lecture and concert
course can get their tickets at Harper
bouse pharmacy until next Friday. After
that date the sale is open to all.
Brick ice creaai takes the lead and
Krell & Math tate tbe lead iu turning out
tbe finest, purest and best in the three
cities. Try then when you want some
thing nice in cream.
J1ILITAKV TKACT ASMM.I ATIOX.
Keoniun cpT. ii to 53. 1M1, I'ricrc
For the above occasion the Burlington
route, C, B. & Q. R.R.. will sell excur
sion tickets at hulf rates to Princeton,
III., from all stations within the district
of the military tr tct.
Tickets to be sold Sept 22 to 23 inclu
sive, good to ret lrn until and including
Sept. 20, 1B91.
Ask your local agent for particulars.
In thi nuraint f tue cooi thines of
this world we at.ticipate too much; we
eat out the heart and sweetness oi world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
tv,om Thft racm: ts obtained from the use
of Dr. Jones' Roc. Clover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It ct res dyspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a periect ionic, appeuzer,
blood purifier, a uure cure for ague and
malarial disease s. Price, 60 cents, of
STATE OF ILU5 013, ?
Rock islabo wi n. i
In the County C mrt to the October term, A.
D. 1601. . . . ... ., i
Kntice la hereoy K Ten mm
.hoTntmeno, a cato; r of Bridget
reelS. been die 1 in the office of the clerk of
the eounty court ol .aid county by Mary G.
Marooer and anm none to the said Bridget
been i...d thereon, "tamable
the4r.t d.yof the October term, A. D. 1891, of
'a.cofrr i.i.a. IU.. thia 8Sd day of
Two Harvtit Ezcnraiona.
On Tuesdays. Aug. 25 and Sept. 29,
special harvest excursion tickets will be
sold to points on the Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Paul i ail way at one and one-third
fare for round trip.
E. D. W. Holmes, Agent.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT., 23rd.
In Jackowkee Greatest ( omic Saccess,
By a Strong Company and a Grand Chorus of
4 O VOICES -4 O
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
THURSDAY, SEPT., 24TH.
Under the management of
J H. HAVERLY.
Seats at Harper House Pharmacy. Tuesday.
J- E- Montrose, Manager.
FRIDAY EVeTTsEPT. 25th.
The Favorite German Dialect Comedian Mr
GEO. C. STALEY,
In hiesuccessral Comedy Drama,
-A ROYAL PASS-
See tbe Great
S Real Working Engines 3
The greauat Railroad fcene tver presented
in thia city.
A BCPEKB COMPANY OF PLAYERS,
NEW AND CATCHY SONGS.
Seats on sale at Harper House Pharmacy.
fa in i i'ii ii J
Blck Headache and relieve all tbe tronblea tocfr
tiui-t to a bilioua state of the system. Buch a
!izziiiefts, Kausea, Drowainaas. Diitroea after
catiiig, laiu in the Bide, &c While their most
Kluailiak'to aucoeaa has bean eh own in -"ffg
Hcarlarhe. yet Cartor'a Little Liver PfTU art
ecjually valuable in Constipation, ctunng&ud pre
-uDtiiig thieannoyinf? complaint. while lht;yals
c orrect iJ 1 di Borders of the et omac hitiiiiijlate tho
liver aod regulate the bowels. yealtnejonlj
'Acl'.they would be almoetprlcelees to those wM
Sufier from tlia distressing complaint; butfortu
Uately tbeirprioduedadoea noendherand those
Vhooucotry theui vill And lljese little pills valu
able in ro many ways that Uiey will uol bo wil
iug todo without them. But after ailsica head
flettr Vaue of so mny lives that hors is where,
we make our great boast. Our pills cure It wbilo
Others do not.
Curter's Little Liver Pills are very f mall and
very cary to titL-e. Oue or twe 1.UI3 makea doa.
iu y ate ntrictly vej;utalle and do no gripe or
j-iir;, Imtl y tiivirReiitloactiou pleaeeull who
Uae theiu. Ill Tilsat Socents ; nvefor $1. Sold
ty drugLaw cvezjvhoca, or scut by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
SMALL PHL SMALL COSE. SirfALLPRiCJ
DR. Hl'MFHRKVa' ftl'fcilFl.'s are aeientltieally and
carefully prepared prewrripiioua ; used (or many
Team 'niiri vate prarl Ice llh uccei.and f orover
Ihlrtv year uetf by tue people. Every single Spe
ilftr Is a p.'lal cure tor rlie dleae named.
Tbees SueelOea cure wllhoul drugglni?, purjr
Iiik or reducing the njstelu, and are In fjft and
deed Uie sovereign re medie.al the arid.
. twt nw P-RlNfTPAl. SOS. CTBES. rBJCES.
, l-.,,,,. comcestlon. liinanimarkm... J
u Worms, Worm Fever, w orm Colic .
1 1 1 rvina- C'olie.orTeethlngof lufunu
J Diirrlea, of Children or Adult.....
S byseSTerr, Grlplug. BUIo-i- Colic-. .
7 4'auahs, Cold, Bronchitis
l Nrursla-ia. Toothache, Faceeche....
w UeadtteSiefcSlckHeadache. Vertigo
. W fciirs. toorrof'l- Period. -2-i
i i V. r. T couirh. Bimeult Breathing 2 -J
T k.,,1. Itk.nHi. Ervslpeuw. truptiona.
IS ktelnnllcn. KheumaUc Palna....
F "r?d Awnr, L-hUi9.maari....
I? Pilrs, Blind or Bleeding... ......
1ft rltteTrrli, Innum.. oSd in the Head
20 wielpiig fonah. Violent Coughs.
5 Ofirril llrbililv.PhyaioalWeaknea.
27 Kidney vimrun.
.a KwAas nubility ........... .....I..
i i riaarr Weakness, Wetting Bed. .
i hliiiUuot tbeH STrt.Palplu.tton 1.
Sol J by Drngglsts. or sent postpaid on receipt
frtee. pkTT&PJtramiTs; Sanuai- (144 pages)
SjETbooid to cloth and gold, mailed tree,
HTIMPHHETB' MEDIOIKE OO,
Corrwuiiana and John Streets, Jisw Tone.
Specif i cs.
-HAS DECIDED TO SELL OUT HI3
On that Account Our whole Stock of
CloliM, Hats and
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Has to be Disposed of
AT ANY PRICE.
Worth of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing
To be Bought for
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
School Days Are Now upon Us!
CARSE & CO:
Have received the most complete and solid
line of School Shoes that has ever been
seen in Rock Island.
THEY ARE SOLID LEATHER.
No Shoddy. Price in reach of every Person.
We know what hard usage a child gives a Shoe.
We have tried to meet the demand for a good
Prices to suit every person.
CARSE & CO,
1622 Second Avenue
ImDautR a taiiiAutt trmiMBarenoy to the skin, fta
I tyuvtm il ntinnlM. freckle? and diwwloimtione. Foe
I sale bj all flrtft-cl.ua drutrKt'U, or muled for M cta
DU1UU IV Dpw
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second AYenuft
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