The Daily Aegtjs.
MONDAY. JULY 27. l-s3.
Money to losn 228 Min street, Da
Lawn party at the residence of J. D.
Ttjlor tomorrow erening.
H. C. Short nd wife, of Topeka, Ksn.,
ire visiting ia the city.
Dr. J. W. Stark, Dsntist. 1722 Second
Attend the Uwn party of the Indies of
the First M. E. church tomorrow even-
Advertise ia the hif eent--worJ col
umn of the Aroc. I: will pay you.
Tomorrow evening occurs the liwn
party at the residence of 3. D. T&jlor.
Dr. McCkndle.-3. dentist, corner Third
arenue and Twentieth street. tf
The ladies of the First M. E. church
have their Uwn party tomorrow evenia?.
All should atten 1.
Get your awutngs, tents, warjon cov
ers, etc., of G. H. Young. 117 Msin St.
E'avenport, Iotra. apllodtf
Telephone 10 j7, M. M. rjturrjeon's oi l
number Las been pUced in Charles
Long's grocery on Second avenue.
Bart E. Linehan, the well known river
contractor, of Dibu.jue, U spending the
dy in the city.
The case of the American Britunica
Co. vs S. S. Cryer. tried two weeks ago
before Justice Haes and decided by
jury in tavor of the defendant, has been
appealed by the piaintil to the circuit
Saturday evening Magistrate Bennett
fined Mrs. T. C. McCaw3 and costs for
fighting with her neighbors. Ia the court
room she displayed conduct that was any
thing but that of a lady. She was seat to
the city prison for five days.
W. J. Brown, of Fort Madison, for
merly and for several years a well known
resident of this city, spent Sunday with
relatives here. Mr. Brown was at one
time prominently associated with the
Rock Island plow works, and is now fill
ing the p-isition of maasgor of the plow
works at Fort Madison. He is a thorough
Mr Cabie'i Chicago Kansion.
TheCuicajro Time of yesterday says: j
A permit &as oeea issuea to n. ii.
ble for the erection of a f 40,Xt residence j
atos. 11U to 114. Cass street.' Jlr.
Cable tas l.uilt several residences ia Chi
cago already, his real estate property
there being intimated at over $5-Vhj0.
Ia Bowlinz townsnip vesterdav, two
men named Daniels and Wilson, killed a
rattlesnake four aad oae-half feet long,
together witti sixteen young rrtllesnakes.
The old reptile had twenty rattles in its
throat. It was one of the largest speci
mens of the kind ever found ia this
The S.dLey cacr.e from ttie north with
a big trip this aftercor.a.
The -k-'fir.t Mary Morton, the upper
upper MUi-Usippi rattler, will be up this
evening, boucd for the head ' Eavii'a-
tion and ;
Along shore river buiat is dull.
The water is declining.
Officer Brennan pulled a specimen of j
the Jesse James style out of a box car on i
theC, B. A- Q track this morning. The I
would-be hero of the plans had com
menced his vocation early, had been oa a
spree all Light aad went iati the car this
morning to sieep it off. At noon he
swore that unless Marshal Eckhart let him
out, he would tear the city prison to
pieces and then drive the populace out.
set thet-wn on fire and riise the d 1 j
generally. At 4 o'clock this afternoon Le ; Mother Homily of Mas What He
had not Vi-.m his work of terror jet. 1 Lives fob and what He Dies for.
County Judge Adams ordered Carrie ! Tlje"e is but iiu'-6 10 Iive for Tu
Weils, fined ?15 and costs at a short time w'jril is 'w' Eit'tkery, full of trou
since, for l.-ein- aa inmate of a disordtriv ; hies, trials and bud piano players. Wt
house, released from jail, as she had no
money with wticb to pay a fine.
Forgot tae Spoons arri Dishei.
An amusing incident occurred in con
nection ith the Baptist ex;ursioa dow n
the river ou the steamer Rebstock the
other day. Any amount ct ice crcar hii
been ordtred, for it was to be a moon
light ice cream picnic as much as any
thing else, but when the hour came for
dishing out the frigid substance, the mem
bers of the party found to their dismay
that they had neglected to bring spoonE
"Oh, well, we'll borrow some from the
boat," spoke up a cool headed feminiae
representative of the party, and off she
went in search of the captain.
Ia the meantime the whole party had
gathered aroucd the cooler, warm from
dancing on the barge, and with longing
looks and melting mouths prayed for
the return of the committee of one
who had gone to the captain for the
dishes and spoons, boon she returned.
"This is all I could get," said she,
holding out several broken dishes and a
few whole ones not half enough to go
around and half a dozen pewter spoons,
"so we'll have to wave all ceremony and
either' eat with our fingers, which were
made before spoons, or wail our turn for
Tne dishes and spoons were distributed
as far as they would go; the love sick cou
ples found that half a dish and one spoon
was enough for them; the elder members
of the party awaited their turns at the
dishes ana spoons, and the misfortune of
being without spoons and dishes with
the tempting delicacy right before
their eyes on a hot eight in July was not
felt to much after all. The members of
the party took a solemn vow never to re
eil the joke which they mutually
shared, but it leaked out.
In Arkansas the law forbids the build
ing cf a saloon within two miles ot a
church: hence the natives build the
saloon first and then erect the church just
across the road.
THE STATE SOLW1ERS' HOME.
What the Loral Committee i Doing,
and P.ock I -land's Opportnni
ties for Securing the In
stitution. The local committee on the location of
the soldiers' borne was busy all day Sat
urday aad today in the matter of secur
ing a favorable site for the location of the
soldiers' and sailors' home, to present to
the commission on its visit to Rock Isl
and. A number of propositions have been
submitted, among them 170 acres on
Rock river neu the Moline bridge be
longing to Thomas Corns, and valued at
f 7,x; eighty acres one miie east of the
wa'.ch tower fronting oa Rxk river,
owned jointly by Henry Schroeder,
Mrs. Beckmin, and Mrs. G.
M. Lukea. v.iued at $5,3'X.
W. L. Coyne offers seventy five acies
immediately east of the watch tower for
$7,W0. Messrs. J. F. Robinson and Ben
liar per make a proposition of eibtytwo
acres oa VaadrutTs island for f 8.000.
And the old Lloyd f.rni. ninety-six acres,
is o2ered for $7,000.
The proposition most favorably looked
upon, and one probably that is the most
advantageous in every way is a square of
eighty acres located south of Chippian
nock cemetery bordering on the line of
the Rock Island & Milan Street Railway
company. The iand has gentle slopes on
all sides, the ton of the b!ua is strikingly
well adapted to the buildings, command
ing an excellent view of both the Missis
sippi and Rock rivers. Tns tract con
tains several springs, shade trees and
other natural facilities which will doubt
less impress the commission upon its
visit here. The Und is owned by the
heirs of the late Gen. T. J. Rdana and
by Bailey Diveu port. It can be bought
for $100 aa acre.
While the owners of this excellent tract
of land have offered it as low as could
reisonabiy be expected $130 per acre
le;S than the market value it
is not to oe expected that the commission
ers will be able to spend ?, ) f or a site .
j It is provided that they shail procure not
less than frtv nor more than 320 acres.
and for ,he e of &
f selection of a site an i purchas
bond, 10amh is set aside from
j the total amount of the appropriation.
I which is 2'MO,fi. The commissioners
j may receive iloa iUjiis of moaey. icrJoa
j al property, and r--.l estate for the hotac,
'but such donations shall not be received
as consideration for the location of such
home at any particular p! ice.
eling expenses of the commission must
come out of the fund appropriated.so it is j stock of a new road to St. Paul, to ! e
evident that out of the $ 10A"0. there will jcalied the Caicago. Burlington & Xorta
not be more than half for the purchase j era. Thcjuestioa was whether to give ;
of laud. A proposition has therefore been j the building to a syndicate, or for the'
suggested, and one that is worthy of the ! Chicago. Burlington & Q tincy to build it
consideration of a!, public spirited citi- j by a subscription from the shareholder-. !
taken up to the t-stect of :i.iK. w hich,
together with the ?3. . which the com
mission will aUow make enough to
purchase the tract of ;aai des--!ibed. If
this proposition is received as it should be,
the citizens of Rxk Island will have left
no stone unturned ia thewsy of securing
the home. It is to ;e hoped thcte will be j Barling'on i Q iiticy wili doubtless meet
no dissenting voice to such a inove; cer- j with a hearty welc'ime by tbe stockhold
tainly there should be none. jers of the Northwestern, St. Pul aad the
The propositions were ail tnide ia Several roads from St. Paul and Daiuth.
writing today, aad will be forwarded to Tne Eurongton givs notice that Soma
Springfield ia the morning, together with Omaha station, oa the Burlington & Mis
a short statement of the advantages of j souri R.vrr road, was optjed for b isiaess
Rock IsUni in the wv of cheau fuel. ' Ju'.v 15. with Miltoa Sett as a.-ent. The
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THE PSALM OF Lll'Ii.
go forth ia the morning full of life, and
Cotie Loxe (m?.LV do) full of bad whis
ky. We dabble in politics and bet ail our
wealth a the leadma' man, and the other
fellow gets elected and we are left to
mjurn. We run for cfik-e aad uur frieais
nunase for us and spend our money, aad
lo and behold we comi-th out badly
scooped aad crushed fiaaacially. We
marry for wealth and the old man as
signs. We deny ourselves, many tilings
in order lo lay up some casu iu baa& and
the cashier fleeth to Canada. But, in
the evil hour when we dream no', of it,
the merchant presenteth a bill for our
wife's new bonnet, and the farm and the
stock goeth under a mortgage to pay it.
Wue unto mn! Of how little conse
quence is his joy. Ia infancy he is full
of colic hnd catnip, and ia youth he go
eta about with a thorn in Lis Lee!. Ia
the eveniag of life he lieth dowa full of
rheumatism, aches and anti biUious pills.
The places that ence knew him know him
only by the promissory notes and ac
counts he has left unpaid, and this is the
cad of man. In youth he dances into the
ring eager to knock somebody out, but
the first thing he knoweth he is ornas
mented with a black eye. He cometh
forth in fine raiment and a standing col
lar, and at noon time he goeth about with
one suspender and wiah his trousers
patched with an old sock. Kecarricth a
torch in the procession aad whoopeth it
up for Lis party, and behold the man who
staid at home gets the postoffice. And
such is the career cf man. Lo! in an hour
when he dreameth not of it, a mule kick
eth him athwart the center and be dieth.
"HI IS IT
That the sale of Hood's Sarsaparilla con
tinues at such a rapidly increasing rate?
1st; Because of the positive curative
value of Hood's Sarsaparilla itself.
2d: Because of the conclusive evidence
of remarkable cures effected by it, unsup
passed and seldom equalled by any other
medicine. Send to C.I. Hood & Co.,
Lowell, Mass., for book containing many
statements of cores.
The "O.V Sew Approach to Roek Isl
and Important Improvement
Other Item of Interest
Along the Rait.
One of the results of the recent visit of
the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy offi
cials to this city and to Col. Flagler, on
the government island, has been shown
in the last two days. The "Q " has, ever
since the construction of its trestle work
arouad the Chicag o R ick Island & Pa
cific round bouse six years ago, been dis
pleased with it, au 1 there has beea a de
sire to biuid a new oue. the only n-q-aisite
being a pera.it from the g jvernaient to
extend further m.t il'.o the river. It
seems now that t'a roi l has received
that permission, aad Sii irdiy morning
W. L. Breckenridge, civii eogiueer of this
division of the road, witu a t"ris of as
sistants, commenced the survey of the
new road bed. It commences just as the
track eaters the original trestle work,
and insteii of following the carve as the
present one does, exteads ia a straight
line to the Chi: ig , Rock Isiaid & Pa
cific round house, where it j ins the oth
er track, which it follows for a
short distance and then it makes another
direct iiae to the foot of Ribbing avenue.
The new work will of course form an
embankment out iuto the water, the con
tract for the construction of which has
beea iet to E. P. R-ytolds. The water
at present is four to five feet deep there,
f he embankment whi. h is to be filled in
solidly will be the s ime length as the
present tiestie wors igiueea feet ou
the average. The extension will be three
thousand feet long. Tae present ap
proach to this city over tne trestle work
has so many curves that it mik?s ti'ht
and hard pulling especially with long
trains, and this is the reason cf the new
embankment. The present trestle work,
when the new one is completed, will be
used for storage of cars, side track, etc.
The surveying wiil he completed by to
night tid Mr. Reynolds will commence
his work tomorrow morninj. Tue con
struction will be pushed as fast as possi-
ble and will be done about tue last of !
A very important htiiruie eminatesi
from Bosioa coictrning the proposed ex-
tension of the C., B. Jc Q. system. It;
isays. The lor.,; deferred chem- -f the!
CU!c::g-. Burlingt.iQ Si Qiiucy ni uiaac-'
meiit to take a more auive part in com- 1
; petiug for northa'es'.era trilfic was devei- I
loped yesterday by the action of the di
rectors in deciding to otter shareholders
7,000,0! t of 10.0 .., of bonds and :
Tne company will retain JoVimj i.hki of i
tLe securities. The bonds will be o p r
cent issues, it i said, ut t:. with six,
s.iares in itotti .it aitiieiiCL
Chicago. Barllagtua A- 'Jutwy
oil per cent of tne turnings i
man of .ilv-it.ic.t-i jier ye'r a
fund for tae redemption of ;i
I, ...is i ,i - ,-,. ..!'-.
j t aia;.a s.ution.
i T .e R-xk Isiaiid sivts notice that hair
i , : .
j loaded with lime in car loa'is will be
! cijarge.: ior at 2o per cent more than the
: r..,.. ,i.,. ,. , ,,.,..,,,. i i.
lime r-htppcrs. When not so reported,
regular I.. C. L. tariff rtt will be
charged ou the Lair.
The Ci:i.Mgo. Rock 1 A- Pacific
has let a c .nine! U E. P. Reynolds, of
tai city. 1. r she building of an extension
from Wias'oa to St. Jo, a distance of
fifty tuiles. Mr. R.-ynolds' renown as a
evoiacp" ' :s. been a;. '"ice ia tl"-
both times it. ving heav
motrs nf ibe O-" r of liiiiT- y
hdj id the List Lix montls
of lirjS there were but eight $1 as-css-ments
oa death of members. The legal
heirs of each meaiber of the association
are paid $2,000 on the death o: any mem
ber. This is monthly pay day on the Chica
go, Milwaukee tic St. Paul.
Messrs. Joseph and James' I'iglin,
wealthy residents of New York City and
members of Tammauy Hall, are ia the
city visiting their sister, Mrs. Mathias
Who wai Sharks!
The following letter U self explana
tory: fcT. JosErn, La.. Juiy IS, 18S5. Mint.
Charlotte Bromley, Dear Madam:
Among the effects of a man by the name
of Wm. H . Sparks, who died here today
of sunstroke, was a rent receipt to him
signed by you Will you oblige me by
furnishing me the address of his famiiy
or relatives, that I city commuaicate
with them. Respectfully,
Mrs. Bromley informs the Argcs that
Sparks boarded with her for a time, but
she knows 3 it tie of him or his family re
lations. She thought he was a single
man, and had done odd jobs for a liviug.
His family's wherea'wuU are not known
in Rjck Island.
Fire last night damaged Whitaker's
planing mill in Davenport to the extent
of $6,500. The property is insured for
$3,000. There are several versions as to
the cause of the fire; one is incendiary,
and another the more plausible one is
The Way the Central Union Telephone
Company Does BusinessA Game
to Hold Subscribers.
3 A well known citizen and merchant,
and one who has patronized the telephone
exchange since it was started, informs
the Arocs that he believes the company
is playing a double game with the citi
zens of Rock Island telling them one
thing, while intending at the same time
to do just the opposite. To a reporter
this morning he said: "When the col
lector called oa me the first of this
month, I told him that unless the number
arrangement was recinded, he might take
my instrument out; that I would not be
bothered with the nuisance. The young
man then informed me that I need not
bother with the list any longer: to call
what I wanted and it wonld be given me
without the number. Since that day I
have never called by number, aad have
not had the least difficulty ia getting
"Now," said the merchant, "this suits
me well enough, but I don't like the in
consistency of the thing. I don't like the
partiality shown if I am the one favored.
Aad I believe this corparatioa will act the
hypocrite aad do as it pleases with this
city until there is a revolt, aa active re-
moustrtnee by the patrons of the concern
and au indication that we mean business.'
The above case is only one of many
where the collector whether authorized
or not, has sought to mislead the patrons
of the telephone system. Many lawyers
were told that the number system
had beea abolished so far as Rock Island
is concerned at least, and hardly had the
company got the money into its pockets,
when a new citalogue comes forth, at the
top of which is "call by numbers only."
Ia a conversation with an Arqcs repor
ter Saturday night. Manager Griffith said,
the number system would never bo abol
ished. Tliecompauy might make certain
exceptions to tne rule, but the only way
to be sure of setting direct communica
tion was to call by number. Sj it will
be seen tht the company proposes to
pay no attention to the appeals of R )ck
Is'atid Sub-crioers, unless it be to mis
represent its intentions long eaoujh to
ma'ie the collections. Next month it is
hopi-d tne dissatisfied patrons cf the con
cern iu Rock Island will have learstd by
experience that action is worth more than
".ir--.iT, especially in the face of mom fo!y.
Milan, July 27.
returned from Beloit
G. M. Dickson
Tiie Rev. Carson preached at the Ba
iah chutch in Rural Sundav.
Tue farmers will have an immense crop
i of corn if there are no eariv frosts
i Valentine Janesen hid his . barley
! threshed last week, which averaged twta
: tv-two bushels to the acre.
j About one half of the oats are C'lt: the j
i fatmers are very busy cutting ti.e rest to J
I keep the grasshoppers from destroying1
the crop. j
Tlie friends i. f Mi-- Ynru'erslioe. whoi
i have been visitinr for the ia,t two weeks,
j Wi; rt.turn ,
Pcan.-vivaijia oa Mondav
Mr. Grav. editor of the 12"'rt!,
tented a neat office and will move his
presses cut lor work this week.
3Ir. Snider wishes to return th inks to
those who rendered such vaiuibie assist
ance during the long sickness of his son,
Emery, and aiso for tueir kind condo
lence. George Thompson w as severely wound
ed while workiu;: with a mower which he
knew oothics about. He is doin mcelv
( now, bowtver, and noibin serious is an
! ti, ioated
I Ou Thursday af'ercoon another c-sti-
mao.e old resi jent pi.-seu away, ia ttie
person o! Jlrs .Varr Locwat. at tue aci
of lo.j years. A:l the members of the
famiiy were present with the exception
f,f the oldest d iria'hter, who is living ia
Ireland. aLU who has leachi d her tour
score years. The funeral look pi we from
her late resideL.ee on Sundav morning.
The remains were interred ai-oat eia'ht
miles south of Reynoids.
Sunday mornn.2 occurred the death of
Mrs. Samuel Rimsej, one of Raial's old
est rcsiden's. For a number of years she
has had n.rdieal tieat'i.ent For a long
'ime she hoi not b en ible to any
thing only to le nbi.ii v,-ri Imle. until
.'lout lue last uine nioi.nii- -he was much
relieved and the past month the trouble
some disease had tntirely disa peared and
she was about the house doing work ev
ery day.unlil vesterdav morning when she
was about as usual, and as she walked
across the room death overtook her in
stantly. She died of heart disease. The
funeral will take place from the residence
on Tuesday at 10 a. m . and the remains
niil lie interred at Preemption. AU
friends are invited to attend
Hillsdale. July 23.
Cain is improving quite
There wiil be a grove meeting held Sun
day, August 2d, on the Hillsdale fair
grounds. Preaching by Rev. C. K. West
fall, ot Orion, 111., at 10:30 a. m. and at
3 p.m.; also children's meeting in the
KEVEE 0I7E C?.
If you are suffering w ith low and de
pressed spirits, loss of appetite, general
debility, disordered blood, weak con
fciitution, headache, or any di-eae of a
bilious nature, by all means procure a
bottle of Electric Bitters. You will be
surprised to see the rapid improvement
that will follow; you will be inspired
with new life; strength and activity will
return; pain and misery will cease, and
henceforth you will rejoice in the praise
of Electric Bitters. Sold at fifty cents a
bottle by II art z &. Babnsen.
An inventory has been made of al! the
objects of art belonging to the city of
Paris. The total valuation amounts to
12.2o6.8GO francs, of which 8.UT8.551
francs belongs to the sixty eight church".
es of Paris, and 4,17S.IXH francs to the
secular buildings. The sculptures at the
Hotel de Ville" are valued at 1,384,000
francs, the tapestries at 2,2 )0.067 francs.
Bridge No. 1 will be closed to the pub
lic tor travel on Ihurtlsy and inday,
July 30 and 81. By order of the
20 F. F. Young to Win. A. F. Ruge,
Hans H. Arp to Charles Schultz, pt si,
n. aw bw. S, 17, lw. $1, and Charles
Schultz to Herman Rufe, same, 273. j
Wm. L. Coyne to John Quintan, pt
lots 8 and 9, block 7, lower addition.
Rock Island, f 78.64.
21 W. L. Sweeney to M. E. Sweeney,
pt lots 6 and 7, block 14. old town, Rock
Island, and und hf block 54, lower addi -tion,
Rock Island, 100. j
23 Gust Johnson to Andrew Lind
strom, w.J w, lot 10, block 45, lower ad
dition, Rock Island. 375.
Charles Arnold to Peter Lettia, wj lot
8. block 3, old town, Rock Island, 2,
400. Frederick Woods to Chas. E. Evans,
und pt lot 5, block 16, lower addition,
Rock Island. S40O.
D. L. LaRue, by sheriff, to Nathaniel
Dorrence, t se, 11, 19, 2e, and e nej
14. 19, 2e, 9734.04.
24 Wash. L. Sweeney to Elnora Car
roll, lot 2, block 11, J. W. Spencer's first
addition, Rock Island, 1.
Lucy M. Buford to Henry E. Krell,
lot 3, Buford's second addition, Rock Isl
22 Estate of John Mulligan, deceased.
Report of sale of real estate to pay debts
filed and approved.
23 Guardianship of U. M. Hersh.
Final receipt aad release of ward fiied and
Estate of Christian Deahn, deceased.
Appraisement bill, widow's award and in
ventory filed and approved. Widow's re
linquishment and selection filed and ap
Guardianship of minor heir of Eliza
beth Woods, deceased. Final account of
guardian tiled and approved. Receipt
and release of ward, Fred Woods, filed
and approved and guardian discharged.
Estate of Joseph Asquith, deceased.
Inventory, appraisement and specific al
lowance tiled and approved.
Estate of John Olofson, deceased.
Proof of death Will admitted to pro
bate. 23 Estate of Harley Hanes, deceased.
Claims of Norval Hanes heard. L. F.
Harson appointed administrator to con
test the same. Claim allowed ia the 7th
23 Estate of Harley Hanes. deceased.
Claim of Norval Hanes heard. L. F.
Harson appointed special administrator to
contest the same. Claim allowed ia the
seventh class, at $63.
Conservatorship of Eliza Forseiins. in
sane, Conservator's report filled and ap
proved. LICENSED TO WED
23 Fred Myers, of Muscatine, aad
Miss Tueress Kaskadden, of Rock Island.
23 Reinhold Doering. Miss E.aestiae
John H. Pratt. Ross, lul.. Miss West
t.hal, Rock Island.
THE COXING ATIBACTI05
SELLS BROTHERS MONSTER RAILHEAD
SRJWS, WORLD'S MENAGERIE AND GREAT
The best evidence that can be given
i .,:., kiwnin .t Jiih ,i,u
times, and moving with metropolitan
strides, is the fact that Hock Island has
been selected as a s'and for the greatest,
grandest and biggest show in Christen
dom, pai'tndorri, or a heathen land any
where iu th- woi ill, intact, oa Moline cir-cu-
lot on Wed. Juiy 29th.
The sho'.v referred to is the one w,,s
tities heads these line-. r.ad one whose reu-
i utJ".'' 'J
established as to be
under the sua as just
auowu m everv iau.i
i what we sav it is. the verv lest. The
, Sells' show, in point el magnitude and
; ..,;m;, ,,,,, , c,. ,7.;i,,..i
these columns as to leave a right impres
sion of its immensity and its excellence .
We cull the following extract to show
what the Burlington llaitye of May 2r2d
thinks of it:
"The Performance.--Sells Brothers
stmd high ia the estimation of the amuse
ment public and bear the enviable repu
tation of fulfilling every promise and ex
hibiting everv curiositv advertised, an
example worthy of emulation by ail circus
managers, some of w hom do notdeighn
t defiaud the public by the grossest
impositions. During the past few years
the Sells Brothers have enlarged their
show to magniticaut proportions, intro
ducing every point of excellence that a
long managerial experience could sug
gest, until it has come to be recognized by
a discriminating public as a standard ex
hibitition meniin a g-nerous patronage.
0a 'Charrre in ChicaiO
The Chicngo Isrurer' Journal of Thurs
day contains this hem:
Benjamin Whitsill, of Preemption. 111.,
was at market with one car of hog's and
three "f cattle, mostly of his own feed
ing. They all fold well at market prices.
His nephew. It L. Cr.implon, of Rock
Island, came with him. Mr. Whitsitt's
father, who has lately been troubled with
a heart difficulty, is. we are glad to say,
on the mend, and declares in his own jol
ly way that he will get well all right.
The old gentleman is looking forward to
celebrating his golden wedding next year
in his new house.
This is the best season in which to pur
ify the blood, and Hood's Sarsaparilla is
blood purifier. lto Doses One
Jay Gould is said to be determined to
have the fasted yitch in the world if It
takes a million.
-That by far-
The Largest and Finest
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In calling attention to the fact that we ha7e refitted and re
Studio, making it not only the most complete but decidedly ta
eat iu mis vicinuy. it e aiso wtsn to caii attention to our d.sar ,
Photographic work, all recently prodjeed and containing nsiav h j-''
IJiT-asiug yuaiLiuus ami truetis ui llgQt and snaaow, varvlD IS i-7u
miniature up to 16x20 inches. We have been assured by oil iy'li'.L
tent critics that it is by far the finest display ever male 'in this e? "f.
artistic success is largely due to the fact that we make a greiter til f
excel than to undersell, and we bring to our aid such experience as"ra
gathered from 17 years of continuous service (having begun oi:
graphic career as a mere boy in 1867, since which time we have no;
months either by sickness or vacation) our long experience enable-'!-: !,a
appreciate the importance of scenic effects in Photo art, hence our o'il-.f
ing room is fitted with a mass of accessories, consisting of stone w t;;h t,"
ustrades, stone and rustic bridges and fences, boat, rocks, pond f.s'Vs'v"
water lillies, stairways, screens, and a variety of back-ground,."' p,. '
J ft null VUC VUH,a'J X ilU 1 1 JQ U It 11 j 5l7r.
equalled ia any gillry ia this vicia:ty, but We plainly say (.m-i i
matter easily demonstrated) that no gallery in thU contains"oae li t
Hmnnnr nr nnr instriimantc va H.n
nant sale and used by predecessors for
instruments are of the latest improved
oigtiaender hnryscope and UaMmeyer Instantaneous Lenses . The-e :r
Celebrated Lenses cassot be found in ant Gallery is this ctrr b--ours.
A pieased patron is the best advertisement and we strive to sec-.a
the advertisement by the excellence of our work. In order to better se. '-K
satisfactory results, every patron is given a show of three or four BV
lives, difierent positions, and all of these proofs are shown, and shouil Mi
improvements suggest themselves, resittiuss will g'.adiv be made f ;',
charge. Gallery corner 1 8th street and 2nd avenue, Rock Island
Mclnrire 6c Co.,
Will place on their counters
Monday Moenixg, June 22. a
line line of Summer Silks in de-1
sirable shades at the very low ,'
cost of j
34 CENTS PER YARD.
These Silks were bought at a
sacrifice from a large concern
who had too many.
No such opportunity has been offered
this season. Every yard worth from 40c
to 61c. and we wish customers to exim
ine silks sold elsewhere before callinrj.
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On Fourth Avenue between
..eveuwj ru. reoi.uisiitu now iae cnesi
Dealer in Book. Stationery. Cijare. Toy of ever
Board and Lod.-::.-.
t"The Bar is jrocked :!h the choicest W.r.e
FRED APPELQUIST. Proprietor.
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
S AsT SIDE OF MAKKET syL AKE
LAND AND LOAN OFFICE.
Medill & Whitehead,
POST OFFICE BLOCK. .... . ,m utivn r
Land for sale on Six
r?25O.OO0 00 TO LOAX in amount" to suit
GIVEN & BELL'S
fnue oel or Winen.Ltqnord.Beer and Cii'are AiM-on hanil.
Wines, Liquors, Beer and cigars,
TM" p-m ha been refitted and rt-furnithed
3LuncQ every morning
RICHARD F. WITT,
Licentiate in pharmacy,
SUCCESSOR TO F. M. W1IEATON,
P UEB DBTJGS,
And Toilet Preparations,
Corner 2nd Ave., and 17th St
fin on u
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25 years. Ox the contrakt, '.
makes, contaniing amonj otl-rr; -j,
New and elegant line of !a;
just opened in new and l-;:
are movinz nice! v. In far-t
season has been our be
several years, which leads u;
infer that ira rira li.r.-,nfti-
on White goods.
5F"CalI and examine.
ICE CREAM. GO
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Twentieth and Twenty-first Sts.,
ariorfi west or Ccicaao T -1 T 1
description, etc. " wCK ISlll
ROCK RT.AVn it.!
. - - . J A 4. A . 1 1-1 .
- . L:i;;icrs m.d ( ;s.rs.
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to Twenty Years time.
on Farm properly. 6:4 to" per ct'iit.
A 1 IK iinl avuniia Iltr ldun,1 I
and ie naw one of tne best Sa!ron in the c.iy.
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