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Published Daily and Weekly at 1884 Second
Avenue, Rock Island. IB.
J. W. Potter.
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Per annum; in adfance, $1.50.
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tive character, political or religions, must have
real name attached for publication. No such
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Anonymous communications not noticed.
Uorrespondence solicited from every township
Rock Island countv.
Tuesday, July 12. 1882.
DEMOCRATIC VI I o I. 1 I K K I
For President GROVE R CLEVELAN n
tfor ice President ADLAI E. STEVENSON
For Governor JOHN P ALTGELD
For t ongrtssman at large JOHN C BLACK
ForCongressman at large.. ANDREW J HUNTER
gofaUeuteoant Govtrnor JOSEPH B GILL
For Secretary of State V.M UHINRIOIiSEN
For Auditor DAVID GORB
For Treasurer RUTHS N RAMSEY
For Attorney General M T M ALONKY
For Elector, 11th Dlst J. II. HANLEY
If KNOCK AT1C (0t.RENs.lO.AL
The Democratic voters in the several counties
compiisine the Eleventh Congrsssioiml District
are requested to send delegates to a Congress
ional conveatiou to be held at Monmouth, Illinois
THl RStAY, SEPT., 1, 18ft.
at 10:80 o'clock, a. m. for the purpose of nomina
ting a candidate for congress, a member of the
Board of Equalization, and to transact such other
business as may be presented for the considera
tion or the convention The several counties In
the congressional distrk will be entitled to a
representation on the basis of one delegate for
very 900 rotes and one fora frac'lon of 100 votes
or over, cat for Edward S. Wilson, for sta-e
treasurer in 1890, as follows:
' Counties. Votes 1890 No. Del.
Rock Island 4 21 yj
Mercer.,. !ot8 10
H.:Bdei.ion 984 5
warren t.jSjj u
Hancock 4,005 90
McDonough... 3,858 16
Schuyler , J,JM jq
By order of Democratic Congressional commit
tee of the Eleventh Congressional district of Illi
nois. V4 . PuTTEH, Ch'm.
H, C. Cook, Sec'y.
Monmouth, 111., Jnly fl, 18OT.
Oh no, Geat don't want any money
from the taxpayers. He simply wants to
teach them that he can have it if be wants
The democrats of Warren county held
a rousing ratification meeting at Mon
mouth Saturday night. Hon. C. K.
Ladd, of Kewanee, made one of bis
happy and forceful speeches .
Gkst in his suit against tbe city re
minds one of an insignificant policeman,
who never amounted to much, but who
arrested a man not because he deserved
arrest, but to show bim that be could
arrest him if he wanted to.
Gest's attempt to worm out of his pro
ceedings against the city is about as
absurd as bis suit was ill-advised, so far
as tbe opinion of tbe public and taxpay
ers is concerned. Rock Island has been
getting along very nicely with its public
improvements without any pointers from
Nuts for Protectionists to Crack.
If, as protection's tell us, wages de
pend upon tariffs, then, as we have the
same tariff in all parts of the United
States, it would be natural to conclude
that wages should be uniform from
Maine to California. The Foundry
men's association, of Philadelphia, after
a considerable amount of correspond
ence, has compiled a tabulated state
ment of wages paid in foundries of the
United States printed in The Iron Age
of May 26, liii. Some of the figures
are from country foundries, others from
car wheel, stove and malleable iron and
pipe shops, etc. According to this table
the average wages of molders vary from
$3.50 jier day in San Francisco and Oak
land. OftL, to $1.60 in Hagerstown, Md.
A few of the other averages are: In
Pittsburg, $3; Conshohocken, Pa.,
$2.83iv; Philadelphia, $2.50; Chester,
Pa.. $2.40; York, Pa., $2.10; Reading,
$2; Allentown, Pa., $1.90; Bloomsburg,
Pa., $1.75; Denver, $3.25; New York and
Brooklyn, $3; Chicago, $2.75; Charleston,
$2.60; Portsmouth, N. H., $2.25; Elmira,
N. Y., $2; Wilmington, Del., $1.85. The
average wages of coremakers varv from
f8.50 in Leadville, Colo., and $3.25 in
San Francisco, to $1.25 in Elmira and
Brockport, N. Y., and Selma, Ala.; of
cnpola tenders, from $3.50 in Oakland,
Cal., to $1 in several southern cities; of
chippers, from $2.50 in Leadville, Colo.,
to 75 cents in Athens, Ga.
Will some kind and logical protection
ist please explain these discrepancies?
Will he also inform us how it is that the
highly paid labor in eastern cities com
petes with the poorly paid labor in
neighboring cities and in the south, and
turn- out his product cheatier than the
poorly paid labor can turn out their
product? He might also give his reasons
for thinking that New York laborers
need protection from the pauper labor
of Canada and none from the pauper la
bor of Maryland, and why a tariff wall
should not le constructed on the Alle
ghany mountains to protect the three-dollar-a-day
laliorer of Pittsburg from
the two-dollar-a-day laborer of Reading
and Harrisbnrg. Such apparent incon
sistencies as these are daily occurring to
many untutored minds, and it liehooves
the protectionist to be on the alert with
simple, straightforward arguments to
The June supplement of the New York
World, edited by Hon. John De Witt
Warner, is made up of "one hundred
samples'' of tariff trusts, under the head
ing, "Conspiracies to Crush Comjietition,
Restrict Product, Raise Prices and Low
er Wages." These trusts embrace most
of the articles on which we have effective
tariff duties. Among the officers of tiiese
trusts will lie found hundreds of names
published in the New York Tribune's list
of millionaires, thus in part, at least, an
swering The Tribune's question as to
whether or not the tariff makes millionaires.
PIPES ARE POPULAR.
SMOKERS SEEM TO PREFER THEM
TO THE CHEAP CIGARS.
Points Wherein Pipes Arc Superior to
Any Other Form of Smoking A Chief
Dlfhcnlty, Th it of Clennlinesa, Over
come by Mod) rn Contrivances.
Pipe smoking ins gradually grown to l)e
a popular feature of the luxury sought
after by the Xe v Yorker of today. Ten
years ago very few men iti this city, out
side the ranks f the laboring masses,
cared to smoke a pipe. In fact, Ameri
cans, as a rule, lever took kindly to the
pipe. The trotib e of filling a pipe, clean
ing it and keeping it in perfect smoking
condition were tl e chief causes which pre
vented its widesrrencl adoption by the peo
ple; but, aside frx m these reasons, the other
great preventive was the apparently un
surmountable ba Tier placed in its way by
the rigorous edict s of fashion. Nearly all
these reasons have gradually given way,
however, to the inevitable march of prog
ress that has di it inguished the career of
the pipe from the first day of its discovery
down to the preent date. Every nation
under the sun in I his latter part of the ad
vaneed Kineteent 1 century uses a smoking
pipe in some form or other.
In no country is the artistic development
of the pipe so cle irly marked as in Eng
land. There pipe smoking is the universal
rule. It is pursi ed with such popular in
dulgence that the manufacturers of pipes
are ever on the qt i vive for new styles and
catchy designs. American manufacturers
are closely follow ng in the wake of their
English cousins n this respect, and it is
largely to the goo 1 taste exercised in the
development of the pipe and its accompa
niments that is t ue the popularity which
is now wreathed around the practice of
pipe smoking in this and other cities of
the United States
A few years age the man who walked
along the streets of any American city
smoking a pipe vas stared at with feel
ings of surprise nd pity by the people
who thronged ths sidewalks. In some
cases a feeling of resentment was displayed
against the Binder, mainly perhaps on
account of the offensive odors which were
wafted into the ai from the pipes used in
those times. Al that i9 changed now,
however. Many c f the leading men in so
cial life indulge in a pipe smoke either at
home in their libraries or in their clubs,
and among the workaday masses the habit
of pipe smoking has so steadily grown and
popularized itself hat a hundred men in
dulge in this habit today where one was
accustomed to usa the pipe a half dozen
It is not difficult to account for this
growing tendency. In the first place, there
is the primary consideration of economy.
Cigar smoking is n luxury which the aver
age man finds to b' a very costly one. The
discriminating man of taste, whose means
are limited, finds that to enjoy a cigar the
weed must be a ,'ood one, and as a good
weed costs a stiff price the difficulty of the
situation is apparent. A cigar dealer
stated yesterday ihat it is impossible to
purchase a decent -igur in t his city for less
than fifteen cents These cigars, which
are sold usually at the rate of two fora
quarter, are the nearest approach to a
really luxurioifs smoke that a man of small
income can enjoy.
A man possessing gool taste and a good
pipe can purchase whatever grade of to
bacco he wishes tr smoke. He enjoys his
smoke without the harrowing fear that
the germs of disease from some fi ver laden
tenement house factor; lurk within the
bowl of his bt i -r r ot or meerschaum.
Not alone have '.he skill of the carver,
the genius of the : rtist and the resources
of modern niechi nical appliances lieen
called into requisition to make things
pleasant for the pipe smoker, but also the
inventive mind of 1 he scientist has bean at
work specially for his benefit. The great
est drawback whic 1 existed.. and w hicli so
largely hindered the adoption of pipe
smoking by delicat ; people, was the disa
greeable results th it followed the use of
the pipe for any extended period. The de
posits of nicotine and oily matter that
lodged in the bowl and shank of the pipe
were very hard U remove, and after a
time smoking thr uiuli a pipe thus cor
roded was anything but pleasant.
Various plans w re devised to remedy
this evil. The primitive method of clear
ing out the shank by means of a wisp of
straw or piece of wire gave way to the in
troduction in the market of a diminutive
bristle brush, with pliable wire handle.
This was in turn fo lowed by tbe invention
of a pipe in which a movable tube runs
through the stem t the bowl. Then there
were plaster buttons used in the bottom
of the bowl, and t he .e buttons were thrown
away as soon as tbi y became impregnated
with the nicotine. All these attempts to
overcome the diffit ulty fell short of suc
cess. Old smoker; knew that the only
way to thoroughly -emove nicotine depos
its from pipes was y means of the injec
tion of steam, ant engineers were con
stantly appealed tc to hold tbe bowls of
pipes over the wast valve of their engines,
so as to cleanse the n for the smokers who
were fortunate enough to have the ac
quaintance of engii eer friends.
A bright genius t it h a scientific turn of
mind introduced ii to the market a pipe
cleanser, ft consir t of a small metal
cylinder, with a movable top, in which is
inserted a small bent tube. The end of
tbe tube is loosely nserted in the stem of
the pipe, and the c linder, which is partly
filled with water, it held over a gas jet or
other Hanie until the resulting steam
rushes through the pipe and the nicotine
There is practic illy no limit to the
amount which a s ucker can invest in a
smoking outfit the days. There are pipes
on exhibition in a I roadway store window
up town reaching it price from one cent to
300. Of course the pipe sold at the latter
figure commands it price more on account
of the artistic work lisplayed in carving its
very curious head than from any superior
ity in its utility as smoking implement.
The shank is a beautiful piece of crystal
amber and the head is a massive block
of meerschaum, on which is carved a com
plete reproduction of "The Chase." in
which the figures ot Diana and her sport
ing nymphs, the doi:s and the background
re accurately work ed out.
The popular pipe here and in England is
known as the "Bui dog." It is solemnly
whispered on the iv'noo that " 'is r'y'l
'ighness," the Frit ce of Wales, smokes
only this particular style of pie, and as a
result there has been a tremendous rush
fot it by the chappi .'S. New York Adver
A Sa e Home.
Purchaser Now, remember, you war
rant this horse fear sea of steam.
Healer (pocketing the money) That's so.
He ain't 'fraid of no steam. He don't
scare at nawthin Vept bicycles an flying
leaves an pieces o' r iper an such things.
New York Weekly.
Imitators and Impostors.
The uniqualled success of Allcock's
Porous Plasters as an external remedy nas
induced unscrupulous parties to offer im
ilations. which tbey endeavor to sell on
the reputation of Allcock's. It is an
absurdity to speak of them in the same
catecorv as the genuine porous plaster.
Their pretentions are unfounded, their
vauntee merit unsupported by facts, their
alleged superiority to or t quality with
Al cock s a false pretense.
Mhe ablest medical practitioners and
chemists and thousands of grateful pat
ients unite in declarine Allcock's Porous
Plasters the best external remedy ever
Beware of imitations, do not be deceiv
ed by misrepresentation. Ask for All
cock's and let no solicitation or explan
ation induce you to accept a substitute.
She Committed Suicide.
Mrs. P. C Cone, at Paris, left this let
ter: "My husband Forgive me if I
cause you trouble, but I suffer so. You
do not know what these long, wakeful.
wretched nights are to me, and I am so
tired, darling the pain will never be bet
ter. It is not easy to take my own life,
but I have been sick so long. Good- bye,
my husband, I love you your wife."
1 his Is but one of thousands that gives
up, instead of using Dr. Miles Restora
tive Nervine, and being speedily cured of
their wretchedness. Oo to Hartz &
Bahnsen's and get an elegant book and
trial bottle free.
Won't Cure Rheumatism.
But Krause's Germ n Oil will rob the
rheumatic sufferers of many of its terrors,
being a powerful absorbant in all cases
furnishes temporary relief. It is a recog
nized fact that any stimulating counter
irritant that is penetrating when properly
applied removes pain, and that is what
Krause's German Oil is a relief, not a
cure for rheumatism. For sale by all
druggis'g. Hartz & Bahnsen, wholesale
Cubeb Cough Cure One minute.
For sale by all druggists. Hartz &
Bahnsen, wholesale druegists.
Physicians frequently make mistakes
in treatment of heart disease. Tbe rate
of sudden deaths is daily increasing.
Hundreds become victims of the ignor
ance of physicians in the treatment of
this disease. One in four persons has a
diseased heart. Shortness of breath, pal
pitation and fluttering, irregular pulse,
choking sensation, asthmatic breathing,
pain or tenderness in side, shoulder or
arm, weak or hungry spells, are sv at
torns of heart disease. Dr. Miles' New
Heart Cure is the only reliable remedy.
Thousands testify to its wonderful cures.
Books free. Sold by Hartz & Bahnsen.
A Thoughtful Person
consults bis best interests hv having a box
of Krause's Headache Capsules at hand;
taken as directed will prevent or stop any
kind of headache, no matter what tbe
cause, in fact if your skull was cracked it
would prevent pain. The frequency of
the attacks will diminish and by taking
the capsules at the approach of a head
ache you will never have another.
For sale by all druggists. H9rtz &
Bahnsen, wholesale agents.
Wr.a Stronger Prcof
Is needed of the merit of Hood's Sarsapa
parilla than the hundreds of letters con
tinually coming in telling of marvclo s
curei it has effected after nil other
remedies had failed? Truly. Hood's Sar
s:parilla possesses peculiar curative
power unknown to other medicines.
Hood's pills cure Constipation by
restoring the peristaltic action of the
alimentary canal. They are the best
I can recommend Ely's Cream Balm to
all sufferers from dry catarrh from per
sonfcl experience. Michael Herr, Phar
1 had catarrh of the head and throat f r
five jears. I used Ely's Cream Balm, and
from tbe first application I was relieved
The sense of smell, which had been lost.
wls restored after using one bottle. I
have found the Balm tbe only satisfactory
remedy for catarrh, acd it has effected a
cure in my case. H. L. Myer, Waverly,
Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills.
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels through the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure billiousness, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children.
Smallest, mildest, surest 1 60 doses 25
cents. Samples free at Hartz & Bahn
sen's. Don'uBe Afraid
So many people ayoid crowds and large
Catherines, because they are in constant
dread of being trod upon, and haying a
pet corn or mini n painfully bruised
this can be avoided by the use of Chryso
Corn Cure. Every bottle wst ranted
For sale by all druggists. Hartz &
Bahnsen, wholesale agents.
Woman has been compelled to suffer.
not only her Ills, but those arising
from a want of knowledge on the part of
those with whom sbe stands connected .
In the mansions of the rich and hovels of
tbe poor, woman has been alike tbe pa
tient victim of ills unknown to man. But
now tbe hour of her redemption has
come. Bradfield's Female Regulator
cures all diseases peculiar to ber sex.
Sold by Hartz Bahnsen.
Worth Hundreds ot Collars.
Mv wife used only two bottle of
"Mother's Friend" before her third con
finement. Says she would not be with
out it for hundreds of dollars. Had not
half aa much trouble as before. Dock
Milks, Lincoln Parish, La. Sold by
Hartz & Bahnsen-
Azrael. the Angel of Death,
Hovers nearer us. sometimes, than we are aware
Tt is tafer far when we are unwell to suspect his
nrouinanitr than to ienore the possibiliiy of his
nearness. Caution is atrsit in wbichthe majority
of mankind are conslirutionally lacking. The
prorene9 to disregard a "slight cold" is par
ticularly striking. This m'nor ai!tent is; how
ever, a predecessor of la grippe, a malady which
wtieu develop a or me most la-ai easmcier, as
moriuary statistics attest. After a ci ill, or when
the pr monitory symptom- of influenza--r-ucc as a
sneezing and simeting succeeded by fevi rich
ness and dryness of tbe skin-are perceptible,
immediate recourse should be bad to Hoostetter's
Stomach Bitters a genial accelerator of the blooaV
circulation, which diffusesan agreeable, beahb
ful warmth througn the system inductive of pers
piration, by means of which the complaint is ex
pelled through the pores and its furthur.teddencj
counteracted. Wondufnlly efficacious to is th
Bitters for malaria, constipation, liver complaint.
BTATK OF ILLINOIS, I
Rock Island Coumtt, 1
in the Conntv Court of said Hock Island County.
in the matter of the assignment of 1 he Northern
Minim; and Hallway company reuiion ut
Thomas 8. Silvis, assignee, to sell real estate
Notice is hereby given that tinder the deed of
ns assignment made by said 1 he Northern Mining
snd Hallway company to 1 raw i. as
signee, and by virtue of an order of said county
court entered In the above entitled proceeding on
the lllh day of June, A. u. ipto, i.sbiu im 1 as a.
Silvia assicmee as aforesaid, shal' on Saturday.
tbe ti.tth day of August. A. V. 189i. commencing
at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the
north doer of the court house in tne city 01 iiock
ls;and in said Hock Island county, sell together
as ati entiretv, at public vendue 10 the h'ghest
t,i.tr for rain in hand, al the right, title and in
tercet of mid Thomas S. Silvis, assigree of said
The Northern Mining and Kauway company, 111
..,.,! tn the mlninu olant and property of said
company, to-wit: The land conveyed to said
railway company ur uanvj wiwiayw. vj
deed of April 185. recorded in tbe office of the
recorder or deeds in saiu noes iiaiiu nmaif iu
volume TH of deeds at page S18 thertof ; the .and
conveyed to said railway company by Ba loy Dav
enport, by his deei of October 4, A. D. 18S4. re
corded in the office of said recorder of deeds in
volume Tt of deeds at page 48 thereof; the land
conveyed to said railway company by John George
Hamer and wire, by their deed of October 3, A. U.
1(84, recorded in said recorder's office in volume
Tfl of deeds at page 349 thereof ; the leasehold in
terest derived oy said company from J. George
Hamer under lease b aring date September 20, A
1). 1854, exhibit A. to said petition ; the lease hold
interest derived by said Mining company
from said J. George Hamer by his lease
May 11. A. 1). m. exhibit B. to said
petition; the lease BoM interest of said
company derived nnder the lease from Charles
Korb of September M, A. 1. 1884, exhih.t C. to
said petition; the .lease-hold interest of said
company desired by said company from
Charles J. Colson by lease of September
9th and lith. A. U. 1884, exhibit D. to said pe
tition ; the right of way and interest derived by
said companv from George Henry Miller under
his deed of September 9th and 12th, A. I). 1884,
exhibit K. to said petition ; the right of way and
intceet derived hy f. aid co ni any from J. Birant
by his deed of September 9. Ifr84, aud December
Hi. 1884. exhibit F. to .-aid petition; the lease hold
interest der.ved under the leases of August 30th,
A D. lf0 and of March 1st, A. U. is4, maoe Dy
Silas Glasnev. exhibits G and H to said petition;
the lease-hold interest derived underthe leases of
August 30tb, A. D 1880 and March 1-t, A. D. li84,
made bv Susan C. Flagg. Exhibits L aid i. to
said petition; the lease-hold interest derived by
said company nnder the leases of Peter Odendahl
of August .Kith, A. U. 1BBU ana jnarcn ist, a. u
18S4 and September 3d, A. D. 184. exhibits K
and L to said petition : the lease-hold interest de
rived by said companv under tbe lease of Febru
arv 28th. A. 1). 1889 made bv John 8. Peterson.
exhibit M to said petition ; the lease-hold interest
of said mining company derived under the lease
from Emma Bisant of February 5th, A I). 188,
exhibit N. 10 said petition: the lease hold Interest
derived by said company under tne lease irom
John Anderson and Samuel Johnson of Novem
ber 14;h, 18S. exhibit u, to said petition; the min
ing shafts situated on taid premises, together
with the machinery, buildings mil appliances for
the working of coal thereout. Including the fol
lowing, to-wit: 1 blacksmith shop, forge, bellows
and tools: t old Cameron steam pump and 2 old
Northwestern steam pu . ps: 1 old steam engine;
1 tool hou-e: 1 miners wash house, stove, etc,; 1
forty-horse power steam engine; 1 hoisting gear,
wire cable and 2 cages; 1 boiler-feeder and steam
aLd water connections; 2 tuners ana rniosc
stacks : 1 set dies for cutting pipe ; 1 grind stone ;
1 wheel barrow; 1 engine house: 2 6-tou scales; 1
3-ton scale; 1 lot propps; 1 old drilling machine:
20 mining cats;l Cope & Maxw. II steam pump; a
lot of iron T rail and used for track in s id mine:
derrick, Cumps, trestles, screens, achates and
balding al and about said shaft: 1 barn:S bouss;
1U .'i-ion dump cars and two miles more or less of
iram railway, extending from said mines to the
Chicago, Milwaukee AM. Paul railway :l(raid
lands, premise- and property BeBLj mose Lariicu
larlv and at large described and reterred to a?
constituting said mining plant in snid petition of
Thomas s. Silvis, assignee, filed in said conn on
the 5th day of May, A. D . 18M.1
Also, bal separately and not as a jnirtion ot said
ilrove mentioned mining plant and property, all
t:.R right, title and interest of said rho nas 8.
Silvi. assignee of said The Nort Brn Mining and
ltamvav companv, in and to tho-e ot- or parcels
of land situate In tbe ;own of Hampton in said
county, to-wit: Lots Nos onetl) ami two i2) in
block six (6) and ot four (4) 111 block seven
All of said above described and mentioned
lands, premises and propertv being situate iu the
county o Hock Island and state of Illirois.
Dated at Hock Mand. Illinois, this 9th dav of
JulyA.lt 1892. TBOatasS.Sn.vi8,
Assignee of The Northern Minim: and Railway
A new '.ri conipU'io Trratment, BwBcffttlBg of
DVDOtitorkw. OinTm ut in nnsuH aNo in hix
and pills; a I Of it ire CO Its for external, internal.
r-nnti or DWttung itchlnc. chronic, rtoci.t or hr-rt-dilarv
piles. 1-Viuate- V aknt-fn and nr anv other
direa?;; it U always a creut benefir to :he gee
eral 'eulth; the towtecoter of a medical cure
rendtrinir n operation wiih the knife unn cess-
ary hereafter; thit rented ha? dever been known
to fai: : Si per box. (' for $5; Bent by mail. Why
puffer from th.; terrible di-eae when a written
uar-iiitee is positive I J given With 6 bottles ti re
fund tbe moDey if rot cured; send stamp for free
sample; guarantee tcened by our n t.:.
JAPANESE LIVrR PELLfcTS
Acts like magic on th Homach, hver and bow-Is,
dispels dyspepsia, Mllousnes-, fever, cold, ner
vous disorder.-, sleeplessness, loss of apt etite, re
stores the complexion; per f vet digestion follows
their use; positive cure for Sick Headache aud
constipation; small, mild ra-y to take; large
vials of 50 pills tS ceuts. Hartz fc Uahnsen. tole
agents, hock Island, 111.
To reduce my stock of
I will place on sale for tbe next 30 days
mv entire itock of millinery goods at
prices that defy all competition of the
tsi-cities. It will pay you to call and
examine my goods before purchasing
MISS EATE BYRNES,
1709 Second Avenue.
PrHlt.lTOftU Ihrtvarh IV
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DIM KHIONS arall fc.Mt.tt
or IU H M' nil ' Jml a UdMY. Made for ihlatpeeiQc pair
poiv. Urt tl Gatrtl Hrakvvas. ti;ti( Krwl. BIU. Hoth
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Estate of Simon E. Fox Uecraaed .
The nnriersieced having been aLtiointed admin
islrator with ihc will annexed the estate of Simon
B. foi late of the county of Rock Ifland.
of Illinois deceased, hereby gives notice that b
will appear before the county curt of Koc
Island conntv, at the office of the clerk of sal
court, in the city of Rook Island, at the August
term, on tne nrst Monuay in August neii
atwhich time all persons having claims again
said estate are notified and requested to attci'ii
for the purpose of having tbe same adjusted. A
persona Indebted to said estate are requested i -make
immediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 8th. dsv of June. A D. 1894
EDWARD F. FOX. Administrator,
With the w'1.' itmcxed..
Salw. llteaST- T L TJaTillaVtS-"
Tell your Grocer
you mult have
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J. B. ZIMMER,
Has Just received s large ztz'.cc of the latest Imported and Domestic Spring and Sr.mmf r
Sultlnpt. which he is selling at (2S.00 and up. His line of overcoatings cannot be xrellcd
west of Chicago. A very floe line of pants, which he is selling at 6 00 and up. Call etjy
and make )our selection w hile the stock Is complete.
Stab Block, Opposite Harper Housk.
OLD GUARD HAND-MADE
J. X. OIXOJNT
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
C. J. W. STHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
1131 and 1121 Fourth avenue. Residence 111 Fourth avenne.
Plans and specifications furnished on all classes of work : also neent o f nilcr"8 Patn- nide
Sliding Blinds, something-new, stylish and desirable.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
ANALYTIC AND DISPENCING
Will be located on Fifth avenue and
Proprietor of the Brsty Street
I Ai! avnds of Cut Flowers constantly on hand.
One block north of Central Park, the largest
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor etnei Bvrilder,
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth St.
and Seventh Avenue,
'All kinds of carpenter work s specialty.
avenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
FOR CATALOGUES ADDRESS
on thp waII
soaps have a great fall
Wfjen Santa Claus Soap
corses trjeir way;
aas corrie to sky
MADE O N LV BV
Twenty third street on or before August' 1.
1803 Second Avenue.
1 Flower Store
804 Brady Street. Dave nport.lov
I iu and estimates for all kinds of baUdlngl
Old (Jecretn and the Mew Diacoveriea of Medical Science ns applied to
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