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THK AUG US. WEDNESDAY, MARCH, 16, 1892.
"Zv ttUi.V A !" delivered ' )"r loor
' r I '.AH-Sev nil Hiod viciln.
he Jd in n.xt 10 uay. Call atMt
' .... n-.L- .- ic.-ivi!4 No delivering or
MZ, 1,'i. No cip-srieii e. Steady wrk.
!U r ., ... a i.il:ii Sdmnl.s- free.
''j" V -'.liil.-v, Kw'iicttiT, X. ".
' ,.TFI A lew oou salesmen iu u.c ..........
ttTANl. ' -fP,.(r n, ornamental trees.
' n'tV'i - shrub-, etc. No experience
.oi" 'r 1 , ..." .. ...,,ia. noon pay.
r.C?-"u. P. FRa-MAe. A CO., RocHUTSB,
v v. :
1 TtA (.IV.Nt.ltAM .AI T. ALU.' I l
WVmi hc uKl'i irter. in !me principal city, a
"i . ' .i ..hi. hi!H nffK and ao
-n.' tS.MU-.ivc ujui i". ".. -.
".'f VM.. 10.1 per cent. THE UNION COM-
workers e wrvw-hcre 'or "SHEWS
T IGIU'II of WOKLIj"; produced
l-tr (if Pj.ik1; tremendous suece:. ; Mr.
ir-ln . I'ex'.T. Int. c.urcd $jf in 4
v !I nry Kiier, l'i;iindi.'l J, M:.., $1&7
r-- v (I. 11 riarn.s (iitrflulil. Peuu ,
Hi 'r:y mil "! Thr urea'cst book on
V .mVnMi li'.u-tri'cd circulars and terms
.,.,U. i,i, ,'f. -du. Kreit'lit ptid. lieantiful
i'yi. Ail Ire. Ulnlie Bible Publishing
('tu-stmit street, Phil .ilelptna. Pa.
J. M. ilEAuISL.EY,
iT'uKN'SY AT LAW Office with J. T. Ken
leo'ifcy, 1715 Second Avenue.
J A KSON & 1IUKST,
,nw PVt iipT IT I Iff! f o In P.vk Island
A. I w I - . ' . . ' . ...M.. ...
Srtnnal Bank Building, Rock Wand. IU.
I. D. SWEltNEY. 0. L. WAIKIB.
SWEEXEY & WALKER,
TTOKNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
.OSro in Beuston's blook. Kick Island. 1H.
SKENinY & McEXlKV,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan rr.oncy or. Rood
security, uuit: collections, Kefurencj. Mltr.h-
a, Lyndu. BauKors. urnce in roumice n
OK -ALB EYF.TIY EVENING at Crampton'S
io Stind. Five cents per copy.
J. F. HYSIiS, U D.(
Physician axd Siirffeon
a connection with a Cencral practice, makes a
ppt?ciii!ty of ds,'U9' of women.
R.ii!nce, lti Second Ave. Rock Inland.
()ft:e. ror Second Ave. and Fifteenth htreel.
H'juri: ) to 14 a. m. n l 8 to 5 p. m.
Telephone No. 1300.
E, H, SALfl, M. D.
.ec ovir Krell .t Math's Restaurant.
In rtli:e at hour.
Vp ;. Ofllse Dour: 0 io 11 a. m., 4 to 4
ir 1 ". :o ! i. r.
Tni.i:rii icXii. ll."ji.
CR, J. E, HAWTHORNE,
Teeth eitracted without pain by the new
tio.lT.f, Second avenno. over Krell ft Math's.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR,
T.jn and uperint"nience for all class of
Roeat j3 and S5, Mitchell tt Lynde building
DRS, BICKEL &SCHOEMAKER
Mitchd! 4, Lynde 'a Block. Rooms 29-31.
Ri M, PtARCE,
h 'in U in Mitchell & Lr ode's new tblock..
LAUKDRY SOAP, PURE AND SANITARY.
General Household Use.
Leave Your Orders for
Urw' Eleventh street nd Tcnth.avenne.
Tei tone No. im.
I'-m. rili).n.raitfHirenrvfolhiikiB. Rv
" ,r-'fU- dniircrl-tii or ruliImI for M t
O. tii twain wj uj
I ":!??' Keliab'e Remedy. HlZ.
Vt'.iil M Prompt and
r' noi a nut v . " "wiviiwivii. x ui
aj a'ect.fealed; tnfo r mat ion n. AdriMM
I . ea4C" Oo-i BoBton, Mui.
Spooll riira terUtleri Tlint Ilst ingruisli
th (iorilla from thp Similar Apes. j
In the cut b!T e ri'iiriulticeri mi') oriinnl'.y
nprxwrins; in Ij. Nature is thu facsimile i.f '
a flash licht till )UiKrnph if a vouhk irorilla
Tpcently cxhibitwl in Puris, and is prob- i
ably the nrst picture of the kind that was I
?ver obtained rr this rare nnthrjoid apo. j
The Korilla which thus involuntarily "sot '
for his pii-ture w:is a young male about '
2 yenrs old.
A- - t'f.-. -rz' 1 ill" t
Dep. Sheriff Wheeler
Does Not Care to Live
If lie C'un not Have
' y - - V '
THF Cor.I.'.LA wlflCII "SOT FOR HIS PlLTtTRE."
Tlio spoxrial "'hariiL'teristics that distin
Knish the gorilla from the (similar apes,
such as the orang-outang, the chimpanzee
and the gibbon an;, says The Popular Sci
ence News, indicated in the picture, and
comprise the black or grayish hair, the
sliglitiy iroini ii'iit nose, the excessively
large nostrils, the slightly projecting lins.
medium sized ears and relatively short
arms. The got ilia docs not bear captivity
well and the tew that have been brought
frii.n their fiat ive Africa have soon died,
although the me repres"ntnd in the en
graving was at last account.-, .-, :!! living at
The chimnan.ce is. nmong all the other
anthropoid ap the one which comes
nearest to m.'i i in form and intelligence.
New Yorkers will recall the late "Mr.
Crowley," wiio was r.ir a long time one of
the leading iitt:acti :isof the Central Park
The instrument i
the spect roscop . a.i
lies in this: That, v.-
used to ascertain th.
of the stare, it is now
mine their movemen
the Irish astrfnom -that
"the ordi larv .
'. lie new ast ronomy is '
1 t he novelty of its use
: Teas it was formerly
c hemical constitution
being used to deter
rs. Sir Kobert Ball,
r. by the by, tells us
..pression, fixed star,
is a misnomer. Wh-n the place of a star
has been accuiately determined by meas-
urement made with the meridian circle,
and when after the lapse of a number '
of years the place of t he same star is .
again determiicd by observation, it fre- i
qnently happens that the two places
disagree. The explanation is that the i
star has moved iu the interval. And it '
is infinitely improbable that any really i
fixed star exists." The usual method of
determining the movements of stars is ,
by the telescope and the meridian circle.
But there are some movements, Sir Robert
points out, which cannot he thus measured.
These are the cases when a star happens to
be darting direc tly toward the observer or
directly from him. In such cases the tel
escopic method is inapplicable, because the
observer would not notice any change in
the star's position. "It is just here that
the spectroscope comes in to fill the vacant
place in the armory of the astronomer."
It would be difficult to find a man
better known in the vicinity of Burling
ton, Vt., than Mr. R. D. Wheeler of
Winooski Falls, the efficient Deputy
Sheriff of Burlington county. He says :
"O. I. Hood & Co.. Lowell, Mass. :
"Dear Sirs : If I food's Sarsaparilla cost
$10.00 a Bottle
I should still keep using it, as I have
for the past ten years. With me the
question as to whether life is worth
living depends upon whether I can get
Hood's Sarsaparilla. I don't think I
could live without it now, certainly I
should not wish to, and suffer as I used
to. For over ten years I suffered the
horrors of the damned with
for if ever a man suffers with anything
in this world it is with that awful dis
ease. It seems to me as if all other
physical suffering were compressed into
that one. I took about everything man'
ever tried for it but never got a dollar's
worth of help until I began taking
I have taken it now pretty regularly for
ten years and have no more pain and
can get around all right. I have
advised a good many to try Hood's Sar
saparilla." R. D. Wheeler, Deputy
Sheriff, Winooski Falls, Vt.
Hood's Pills cure Liver Ills
Dr. HrMFHKEYS'SpwiKirs ore wtenttflrallvand
carefully irejared prtrtittiotus ; uei for niauy
cars in private practiix with suiw. and forovtr
thirty years uhI by the people. Every stnyle Spe
ciilc Is a special cure for the disease named.
These S pen i ties cure without drURglng, pnrjr-fnfrorredueinf-f
the system, and are in faet and
deed the aovereinn remedies of the World.
r OR PRINCIPAL HOB. CTRES. PRICES.
Fpvrrt conne-KMon. lunammatton...
1 W or din. Worm Fever, Worm Colic.
! Crying Collr, or Teething of Infants
Diarrhea, of Children or Adult....
i lventery. Griping, Bilious Colic..
I Cholera, M or bun. Vomiting
' Couarha. Cold, bronchitis
i Neuralgia. Toothache. Faceachtv .
i Headaches, Sick Headache, Vertigo
t iypesia.t muoua siomacn ...
pinppreasrd or Painful Period.
! White too Profuse Period
t Croup Couph, Difficult Breathing ...
pialt Iineum EryRlpelaft, Eruption,
t Kheamatirm, Rheumatic I'aiiiH....
I Fever and Ague Chills, Alalarla....
' riiea nuna or uiwuins
Cntarrb, Influenra, Cold in th
The Engineer ng end Mining Journal is
authority for the statement that, while :
there has been temporary increase in the
flow of natural gas in the Pennsylvania
fields during th 3 past few months, the out
put of the Indiana and northwestern Ohio
fields has contin ued to decrease at an alarm
ing rate. It is s tid that not more than one
tenth of the fac xries iu the latter district
are now using natural gas, and so uncer
tain has the suj ply become that many pri
vate families ar-! returning to the use of
wood and coal f r fuel. From present in
dications the western Pennsylvania fields
will outlast tho-ie of Ohio and Indiana.
i the Bead
WtaooDtnar Couub. Violent CoukIw.
. l:n.,.l I ... ki I , t . 1 ItVulfnl W.'.-lk TirHK
1 Nervous Itebility 1.00
I I rinnry riiUne.. WettlnuBed. .50
I) iscases ofthelleurt, Palpitation 1 .OO
SoKT by DrugjrlsrB. or went posrpald on receipt
et price. 1R. IIcmphbeys Mamal, (14-1 patrm)
richly bonnd In cloth and (told, math-d free.
HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO..
Cor. William and John Streets, Mew York.
IIt. ST. AKM VMVS
The Chimney I'rhlf.itl.
A straight flue carried up sufficiently
high to escape all neighboring roofs wiil
always draw. Departure from this ri:le
involves doubt i.nd uncertainty. The nnin
difficulty in nl the- r? matters, says i'ho j
IJuilder and Woodworker, is the lac!, of J
knowledge on the part of pi t-sons building j
of the limitations and restrictions of the!
builder's art. in many section- of the !
country it is almost impossible to build or
have a house bu ilt as one desires it on ac
count of the pcversity and ignorance of
Novi-I Method of Ituiulling Coal.
The Manufacturers' flazette calls atten
tion to a new method of handling fine coal,
which in remov ngit from mines and shi
ing piles employs a powerful blast of air.
The tine coal an 1 dust is conveyed into a
hopper which feeds the material into the
blast piic. suppjed with a powerful cur
rent of air fro n a rotary blower. The
method is said to be simple, clean nnd
economical. It is chiefly adapted for han
dling the refuse of bituminous mines.
Mileage of Hallway.
The Railroad Gazette gives the United
States mileage c f railway construction for
the year 191 as 4,012 miles. About 40 per
ceut. of all he new construction was done
in the first half nf the year. The mileage
in 1886 was 8,018 miles; in 1887, 12,878; 1888,
6,!OJ; 188SI, 5,140. 1800, 5,498, and 1S9L 4.012
Gleaned front the Industrial World.
Thirty-four pt unds of raw sugar make
twenty -one of refined,
The output of iron in the southern states
for 1891 was about 1,912,000 tons.
Pencil tracings cannot be affected by
A recent invention is a buoyant life
saving seat for thins. It is intended for a
deck seat, and being made of buoyant ma
terial, if thrown into the water, the ap
paratus will suj port several persona com
fortably. Railroad men predict an increased con
struction of rail-oads to the extent of from
25 to 40 per cent this year.
The fuel consumed in the United States
requires the conveyance by different meth
ods of nearly 1,5 (O.oot.i gross tons for each
day in the year. ,
For three egg?, take four tablespoonfuls
of cream or mill., a little chopped parsley,
pepper and salt, a tablespoonf ul of butter
and dost of nutmeg. Stir it well over the
fire till it thic tens, then put it on little
squares of toast and serve quickly.
Is the Safest nnd Surest Itemedy ever discovered
for till the unnatural discharge's and 1'kivate
Ijisk HK8 OF Men and the debilitating weakness
peculiar to TComen. It has never failed to cure
the most obstinate case, in men, in from S to (i
days. (Nothing that makes quicker claims is
safe.) It is convenient to carry and handy to
uho no bottle or snoon to annoy you. ltciuem
ber, we gunran'ee it. Price SI. IK! per box. Com
plete instructions with each box. If thedrutt
KlBt you ask for nr. St. Anuand's J'rench Cure
has not got it, don't let bhn fool you with his
oily tongue by selling you something else in
stead, but send j.rice to us and we will forward
to you by mail, in plain, nnmarkpd box. We
also treat patients by mail. Address THE
HAZZAIHK 5IKDIC1SK CO., 2uu bouth baa.
eanion btreet, Chicago, III.
-ALL KINDS OF
Cast Iron Work
done. A specialty of furnishing sL klndi
of Stores with Castings at 8 ocnU
A MACHINE SHOP
Has been added where all kinds of machine
work will be done first-class.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
'1 M R0F.DIEFFENBACH5
5 I SURE CURE rr SEMINM., NERVOUS
rr7V-.S "4 SRINAHt TROUBLES In TOUNO,
"fif))) B WtOOlE-AOEB "I OLD WW. Nd
vVX stuiapii nFMriTinn. tiu inters.
rS&.VJa TA1NTY OR DISAPPOINTMENT, i poi
fl T V- tt-l t.Ut th wor.t nun in honrr
It OB trt.1 by roturn mnit for ft. lrulsrnm.
THE rERU DRUC tJU.
4rk tafratV I' M 18UT..IIIUeil
PIAN0S,0RGAKS,VI0UNS & GUITARS
Pent anywhere on 10 dan
trial. Kreipbt paid both wi;
bend for catalog A price list
THOHPSOM MUSIC CO.
2S0 Wabash Aye, CHICAQI.
N. B.-8end 5c to pay postatre
nd we will .end ! pieces of
late music FREE and our lanre
ratal'! of Sheet Music and
Book with rat rate.
A. D. HUESING.
Represents. amonR other time-tried ana wel
mown Fire Insurance Companies he following:
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
Weschester Fire Ins. Company of N . Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ir.s Co., Rochester, N. Y.
Citiaens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
San Fire Oiftce. London.
Cnion Ins. Co., of California.
Security In,. Co.. New H ivn, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Inf. C., Milwaukee, Win
German fire Ins. Cc of fooria. Ill,
Office Cor. 18th St., nnd Second Ave.
ROCK INLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
The old Fire nnd Time-tried Comi iiuies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as but reliable compary can afford
lour Patronage i- solicited.
Live Stock insurance Co.
Insures live stock njsdnst death from accident
orditcae. for rates apply to
ED. LIEKKRKXECQT. Acent.
171".' second avenue. Rock Island,
'ot'c2 is hereby given tint oiiTucdav, the fifth
day nf Ailril, 1S!U. in the cityof l!o;;k inland, an
election will bu held for Hie fo'.lowing ofliccrg,
0n Aldtraiiui in the First Ward for two
One AUermnn iu the Second Ward fjr two
Aic:r.-man in tne ibird ward fjr two
Alderman in ths Fourth Ward
Aid arm iu in the Fifth Ward
Aldenuan In the Sixth Ward
the Suvcuth Ward for one
One Alderman In the sixth Ward for one year
to fill vacancy.
One Alderman in the Seventh Ward for two
Out- Alderman in
year to till vacancy.
TOW. SHIP OFFK'EIIS.
One Supervisor for two yea's.
Two Assistant Supervisors for two years.
One Assessor for one year.
One Collector for 0'ie yetr
Which election wiil be open at 7 o'clock in the
morning and continue op.u until S o'clock in the
afternoon of that dav.
Places of registration zui v. ting polls will be as
First Ward Franklin TIosc House.
Second Warn Hioenlx Uoe House,
'third Wrd-4d Widfawake Hose House,
Fourth Ward "muck's Livfry Stable,
Fifth Ward-Firth Ward Hose House.
Sixth Ward ( able Hose House.
Seventh Ward Gilpin Hose House.
City and Town Clerk.
Bock Island. HI , March 1 ,18.
Horst von Koeckriiz,
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Fourth Ave. and Twentv-Third St.
School Books, Toys and Candy,
Tablets and Stationery.
A full line of freoh
Cigars and Tobacco
Always on fcnnd.
2223 Fourth Ave.
FECIAL COMMISSIONER S 8 ALE.
STATU OF ILLINOIS, I
Hock Island Cocntt. f v '
In the Circuit Court of the January Term, A.
D. 1M)4. In Chancery.
George Cleland, Charlotte Pa'k. Charlotte E
Horn. Frederick W. Hilller. Abbie U. HilMer
and Miriam L. HilMer by EKore W. Harst.tbeir
Suardian, David E. Park, Zella U. Park and
ohn H. Park by their next friend. Sarah Park,
peti ioners. vs. Joseph Uillier and John S.
Ilillier, defendants Partit 'on.
Notice is hereby given that by virtae of s de
cree of aaid court entered In the above entitled
cause on the 5th day of March, A. D. 1892. 1 shall
on Fiiday. the 6th day of April. A. D. IKT2, at the
hour of S o'clock tn the aftc noon, upon tbe
premises hereinafter described, to satisfy said
decree, sell at pnblie auction to the highest and
best bidder for cash in hand, those certain par
cels of land tth the appurtenance sitaat-t in tbe
county of Roc Island, and state of Illinois,
known and described a follows, to-wit:
The east half of of lot five (5) and tbe west half
of lot four (4), all in block Bine (0) in that part of
the city of Hock Island that is known as Thomp
son and Wells' addition.
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this 8th day of
March, A. D. 1892. OLIVER OLSEN,
Jackson & Hcrst, Solicitors for Compl t's.
ITho desire good business position tn tbe World'
Fair city should write at once for Prospectus of tbe
anions Metropolitan Business College, Chicago.
Fnusual fcl I Itles f or placing graduates. Established
X years. Occupies 1U owe building. Address,
O. UL POWERS. Principal.
I T A t.1 TV ktmwn A Marvellous lavTaa-
riisr,Miifvii.niinft. a.oMii. ai.atasi wmim
rtwi. tv.traa VKK.f.CiR6n.Uliiwhm!S.
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The Moiine Wagon Co,
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A fall and complete line ef Platform and other Spring Wagons, especially aaaptea to the
Wei tern trade, rf superior workmanship and finish. Illustrated Price List free oa
application. See tbe MOLINE WAGON before purchasing.
WE ARE ALWAYS IN" ir WITH
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
Delivery wagons always on th road. Parties desirous of
having them stop at their residences, will please notify the
same at our premises.
MUNRCE, DeRUE & ANDERSON.
For CHOICE MEATS Go to
H. 1 reman & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled. Telephone N. 1103. 1700 Third Aye.
INCORPORATED UNDER TEH. STATU LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open dally from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to So'cleck.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits Money loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
. P. REYNOLDS, Prea. p c. DINKJf ANN. Tlce-Pre. J. X. BUFORD, Ctlhler.
P. L. Mitchell. R P. Reynolds, F. C. Denkmann. John Crnbangh. H. P. Hull.
Phil Mitchtll, L. Simon. E. W. Hurst, J. M. Bnford.
Jacksob a Hubst, Solicitors.
s-Bcgan business July 8, 1860, end occupy tbe southeast corner of itchcll i Lynde'i new
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woo!
1706 Second Avesue
Brilliant" Poppr. packet 1
......n, .,niu auu iw.raw, fioin lor dUC.
6 iuire Cbrj-santbcuiums, each 50c. :
fTlmir. r;rnTiiiiniR. .a-h .frr?set l!oo
vnWii -.uifct, pallet t.e
Garden Tea " Charmer," packet .. l.V-
fotato American Wonder." per lb 30c
I ansic. our suirb strain, look almost
nnman packet .... Oe
ransy. Extra choice, p-L t , , vie
.,..m .ujeck, e.-. Ar.
worlh-rrom us before xlJteC " ,C M't rear free, who order. St
One writer say. ; " Rtan at head
ccnti "wis tarii w::, r.'.",:"" R"oulJ
A packet of 40-fb. Ont FKEK with sA order when drire.l.
VICK'S FLORAL GUIDE, I892.S3S
Ji " T'J Unu', riowcrs M V'", should havc
CCntS. tl hu h rrnif ha H.l.uv.l C c a I
GEORGE SCHAFER, Proprietor.
1KJ1 Second Avenue. Corner of sixteenth Btree - Opposite Harper's Tbeatra.
The choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Cic-ars always on Hand
free Luch Xrexy Day
Baadwicaea Furnished ea Short Bottre
Proprietor of tbe3rdy Btreet
I Ail kind of Cut Flower constantly on hand.
Green Houses Flower Store-
On block north of Central Park, the largest in la. 0t Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa.
Hjuiuf acturer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES-
dents' Fin Shoe aspedajty. Fpeiring don neatly and promptly ,
A kaie ef your patronaf repctfttiiy eollcited.
1818 Second Aienue, Rok Iiland, UL
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