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THE TlOGK"LSIiANl AUG US. Fill DAY, OCTOBER 11, 1SS9.
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JoLi, Oct. 9.
Mr. William Cooke upaet with a load
of bay and sprained hi tinkle.
Mr. Eti. DoDoahut had the misfortune
to fall to that he was badly shaken up.
Miss Grace Crompton writes that she
has taken up her winter tetm of school
near Early. Sac county, Iowa.
Mr. Charles Wake, who traded farms
with Mr. Clark, of Coe, last spring, has
traded acain with IV te Carlson, of Canoe
Creek. It la said be uow has an oppor
tune T tO SK'II again.
There was a dance last evening at tha
residence of Mr Charles Wake, in Coe,
Messrs. IJnhardt and Mills were the mu
sicians of Urn evening. There were fif
Mr. Iavid Adimson Monday last went
to Hock Island to serve another day as
jurvtnan and on returning home by train
he was carried two miles past Joslin sta
tion and bad to foot it back.
Koth the radical and liberal wintrs of
the United Brrtnicn church have each
ivturned a minister to this locality.
Trobahly the most appropriate passage of
the sc riptures for tbcin to read would te,
"Itchold how ;ood and pleasant it is for
brethren to dwell too ther in unity.
A couple of month or so after Mr.
Cleveland's election there happened to be
a reduction In the price of pork "an,"
said several prominent republicans of
this locality. "w are coming down to
K.d deniueratie prices." May we infer
then that the low pi ires that have pre
vailed since Mr. llmon'a election to be
republican price. Pork ws tfi) cents
oft yesterday was that a republican
Early in the sea-tun a swarm of bees
took poseiun of the frame fart of Mr.
t'ron.pton's rrftidt-r.t-They rntereUlhe
weather-hoarding, went through the
sheeting and slaked out a lot hctwoen
the platering and the flooring. They
have been working diligently through
the season and r . K C. has Ix-cn wonder
Inir whether it would pay to tear down
the house to pet the boner.
The game of hase ball between the Zti
ma Red Caps and the Uenewos was
played upon the grounds of the Kid Caps
on Saturday last. The battery for the
Red Caps was Crompton and Wake; that
f-r the tleneseon Went and McBroom.
The game was hotly contested and there
was considerable kicking against the de
of the umpire. The game was
patronizes r... ... rp.puMe gathering.
I"'1" spnnguut, , . u.i ,, we
noticed two deacons of the AletQoov..
churt h, who S'-emed to enjoy the game
very much, and although we kept a close
watch upon them, we did not notice them
to take up any beta. The result of the
game was 9 to 7 in favor of the Red
Cap. Seven dollars and thirty rive
cents were received at the pate. This, it
is supposed, finishes base bill for this
We read with interest Mr. Blaine's
speech to the representatives and dele
gates of the international conference, and
we wondered why we were roqneliing
with those eminent southern foreigners.
The object, however, seems to be to es
tablish closer commercial relations be
tween the two countries. How this can
be done otherwise than by a treaty of re
ciprocity we are at a loss to conceive.
Our protection tomfoolery enables En
gland to unders.-ll us in South America,
and so long as she can do that we shtll
have to whistle before we can get that
trade. Whenever the people of this
country can see that whenever we, by a
high protective duty, prevent foreign
g.iods from coming into our market, we
"kill two birds with one stone." and de
stroy our own export trade, there will be
some hope of lowerrig the tariff.
Mu IT ix Parvo.
EI Hi I NO TON'.
ElNHXiiTON. ct. 9
W. W. Elliott is cret ting a lare barn
sixty by eighty feet.
Dr. Scott is attending Mrs. J. E. Kane,
who is ill with a fevtr.
Miss Gertrude F.rkharl left this morn
ing for a two wetk" Visit to Geneseo.
Miss Carrie Seligman left for Calif.
nil, last week, where she expects to re
main for some lime.
Chas. Eberhart is giving Mr. Stoddard's
store bollding a new coat of juint, which
imoroves its appearance.
Miss Eliska Parker, of Kick Mand.
with the family of Fred Hoter. of Anda
lusia, was visiting friends here on Sunday
A. Chavlier bas disposed of his potato
crop of 2.5i0 bushels, to L. I). Mudge at
twenty cents per bushel and is delivering
H. I. Bruner, A. F. Young and one or
two other gentlemen from this neighbor
hood, took a trip to Peoria during the
fair, and judging by their narration they
painted the town red while there.
There were four new members initiated
into the lodge of M. W. A. on Saturday
night: Fred Titterington, II. G. Cham
bers, J. A. Morton and W. J. Mosher.
This makes a total of twenty-five mem
Vrs for this lodge.
Mr. II. P. Stoddard's dance of Friday
evening last, was well attended, there
ln Ur2 cowrie. Two of the guests
from near RalTato l'rsiri atom wrre
among the crowd and distinguished them
selves by getting lieantlv drun and were
kindly laid away until thry could navi
gate. Ml)- Mantling.
9. Henry Torpin to Nathaniel Mum
ma. te9, 19. 2e. 4 2ini.
Nathaniel Miunma to Wm.F. Dillon,
s4 n4. and n2 sw i ne4. 34, 19. 2e, $2..
Thomas S. Silvis to C. II. & R R. Co.
pi sc4. 29. IS, le. f 75(1.
9 Estate of John U. Toliue. Depo
sition of Olof Olson taken. Will pre
sented for probate.
Estate of Elijah Bateman. Will pre
sented for probate.
LICENSED TO WED.
8 Everett E. Collins, Muscatine,
Emma B. McGinnis. Bufflo Prairie.
9 Albert T. Anderson, II amp ton. Rosa
Smith. Watertown; William Schmidt,
Laura Chandler. Rock Islaud; Peter II.
Weidemann, Moline, Minnie D. Brock
10 John W. Treman, Nellie M. Dyer,
Advrrtlard l.tat fLeltrra u. 4.
List of lettero onrnUcd for at the I'oxtofHre at
Hock Island. KchK laland county, Illinoia,
Uit. 11. 1!W.
Carr Frank Ettnn Mr
Craigi Ch Q n Hams M i Hat'ie
Cra f Mr .Nellie Yauen Mix Caluertnc
C'ttrbet Ju-ob Martin Mm MA
Dooaho .lobne f I hliobrnMl O
King's Uradlug Det ( Toon F H
CaMnJohnc.fi PeteaM rrohca Hilda
Cullao Jonn (
Mi rat be onmoer of the lint when cm'llns for
adwtlaed leUem. UOWAKD WElLa. f. M.
""The deaths of women t torn Ilright's
disease during the child-bearing years of
Ufa from - twenty to. forty-five is as
eighty women to oca .hundred men. Af
ter the age of forty-five the proportion
of deaths from Brigbfs disease Hank to
fifty-nine women' for every one hundred
men . There seems no other conclusion
to be drawn from this, than that preg
nancy is a frequent cause of Bright'a dis
ease." 8o writes Wm. Roberta, M.
F. R. C. P., London, physician to the
Manchester, Eng., royal infirmary, pro
fessor of medicine in the Owen's college,
Manchester. All women during preg-
. nancy and the 'getting-up" period, should
use Warner's Safe Care, and prevent dis-
ease of the kidneys. ' . -
Fat, abort and extra large men easily
fitted t the "Why" of Davenport. r .
The Xew Uavrratneat Upper.
The new government steamer, Elsie,
which was built at JeffersonvHle, Ind.,
arrived at Keokuk Tuesday night, hav
ing made the distance of 800 miles in ten
daya. She did not run at night. Iler
average speed is eight miles per hour up
stream with 140 pounds of steam. The
longest distance made in any one day was
Sunday, Sept. 29, whec she ran from
Jeffersonville to Troy, Ind.. down stream
121 miles, in thirteen hours. Her best
time was made on Monday last when she
ran cig'aty-four miles against a strong
currant in thirteen hours. The Elsie has
a steel hull and steel cylinder timbers, and
draws twenty-two inches of water. In
dimensions she is sixty-five feet long and
twelve f.ot beam. Her boiler is ten feet
by thirty-four inches, and her engines are
six inches in diameter, witn a forty inch
stroke. She is provided with a water
tight apartment in the bow, ' which may
be filled with water to hold her head
down. This is a departure from the
ordinary mode of constructing steamers.
as rock is usually used for ballast. The
boat departed for Winona, Minn., yester
day, where she will be put on the river
improvements and will be her tonight.
As an experiment this new steel boat w ill
be ri garded with no little interest.
A "ilariae" in stealer.
John D. Resler is the general superin
tendent of the Chicago, Burlington &
Quincy railroad. He is a plain tlt-mian
whom the boys sometimes irreverently
call "Wooden Shoes," but he is a pretty
good man to bave around a railroad, ail
the same, because he can run an eng.ne,
fire," throw a switch, or brake." as he
did during the famous Burlington strike,
lie is a hard working man and does not
like ceremony, but he has to sutniit to a
little of the latter when he makes trips
over the road once in a while in General
Manager Sione's kpecial car along with
the other officers. On one occasion he
was on this sort of a trip with Messrs.
Stone, Ripley, llom land and Morton, and
the whole" party sat down to dinner in
the car. Fish was served to all except
Besltr, who appeared to be getting away
with a big bowl -of soup. Mr. Stone
called his colored man and said: "John.
that Mr. Besler gets soup and we
do not: ' Joan .iflrd uneasily from one
foot to the other and u tted. "What
is the matterT" demanded ta. Stone,
rather sharply. John saw no help ;J
and stammered out: "Mistah Beslah am
eatin' de egg ssuce fo' de fi.-h. Pat ain't
soup." The laugh was on Besler. but it
did look like soup. Chicago Herald.
Rooms for rent. Enquire of C. C.
(9 buys a fine overcoat at the "Why"
A. D. Huesing, real estate and insure
ance agent. Office No. 16NW Second ave
nue. Rock Island.
75-cent quality all wool scarlet shirts
and drawers for 36 cents at the "Why" of
The Crown dining hall. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
the best meal in the city for 25 cents.
The "Why of Davenport, will fit you
as well as any merchant tailor and save
you from $15 to $25 on your suit.
Buy Mercer county coal of E. B. Mc
Kown at his new coal yard corner of
Fifteen in street and First avenue.
Sugar cured bams, eleven-and-a ha'f
cents, shoulders fij cents, and twelve
pounds of lard for $1. at Schroeder's
market, on Twentieth street.
Nice all-wool ehildren's suits, ages 4
to 14. worth 4.50 are being rushed off
bv the "Why" of Davenport this week a
$ 2 6.1. Don't fail to see them.
The Royi Insurance company, of Eng
land, has the largest surplus of any fire
insurance company in the world. A. D.
Huesing. agent, office No. 16(iS Second
avenue, Kock Island.
At the "Why" of Davenport, for $3 3S
you can buy the Story King overcoat;
nice enough for any one's wear and would
be considered good value at f .
odara Houses For Sals
On monthly installments by Guyer &
Barta Babeoek, Dentists.
So, 1724 Second avenue. Special atten
tion paid to saving the natural 'eelb and
inserting teeth without plates.
Fourteen dry lots on four years time.
with six ter cent er annum, to any one
wistiing to DuiJd this summer.
To the Watch Tower
Cars run to Black Hawk's Watch
Tower every thirty minutes on Sunday
afternoons and holidays, and spc.ial
trains to accommodate picnic parlies.
Telephone to the street car barn to com
plete arrangements tor special trains.
Barety oa Bonds.
Those who are required to give bonds
in positions of trust, and who desire to
avoid asking friends to become their
sureties, or who may wish to relieve
friends from further obligations as bonds
man, should apply to the agent of the
American Surety Co., of New lork.
Ed. Lieberknecht, -General
Rock Island, El.
A famous Washington gambler, it is
said, will soon go to preaching. He
would have begun it ten years ago, but
be has only just now found a cure for
his cough. It is Dr. Bell's Cough Syrup.
f 1 9.5 for a pair of f 3 all wool pants at
me wny or Davenport.
The Lnion Pacific railway. "The Over
land Route." has equipped its trains with
dining cars of the latest pattern, and on
and after August 18th the patrons of its
fast trains between Council Bluffs and
Denver, and between Council Blufls and
Portland, Ore., will be provided with
delicious meals, the best the market af
fords, perfectly served, at 75 cents each
Pullman's Palace Car Co. will have charge
or tne service on these cars.
f 2 69, $3.88 and $4.50 for some excel
lent wearing suits for men at the "Why"
The best on earth can truly be said of
Gnggi Glycerine Salve, which ia a sure,
tafe and speedy cure for cuts, bruises,
scalds, barns wounds and all other sores.
Will positively core piles, tetter and all
skin eruption Try this wonder healer.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refund
ed. Only S5 cent. Sold by druggista
Stout and abort men fitted perfectly at
the "Why" of Davenport, in suits and
overcoata. . -
Bring your boy a to the ,MWby. of
Davenport and have them fitted in a suit
or overcoat.' ; .
' ' .
. " V Baft Coal for Bala - ' - .
At my . yard, corner of Eleventh street
and Tenth avenue, -at ten coats per bash
eL : j B.-DirsNPoKT.
, Llghtwineiusa'and 1?avy weight over-
AMI. At ll
TJaj nit Taxation.
It ia unius . to tax the stomach with
burthens that it cannot bear. Many silly
people thus ryrannize that faithful ser
vitor until it rebels and punishes them
as thev deserve. Dyspepsia is usually
the child of gastronomic folly, but
whether this or the natural associate of
inherent feeb encas from childhood, it is
surely and pleasantly remediable with
Ilostelter's Stomach Bitters, the finest
and most hig lly sanctioned gastric tonic
in existence. As a result of the tone
imparted to the stomach, and the ins
creased acti vity of its digestive and as
similative ad ion, insured by the persist
ent use of th a benign invigorant, general
stamina is augmented, the nerves
strengthened and tranquilized, and a
tendency Ito insomnia and hypochon
driasis defei.ted. Billiousness, chills and
fever, rhetrnatism and kidney troubles
are conquer d by this admirable medi
cine. 75c-quality crush hats for 32c at the
"Why" of I avenport.
What is a cold in the head? Medical
authorities lay it is due to uneven cloth
ing of the bxly, rapid cooling when in a
perspiration, etc. The important point
is, that a cc Id in the bead is an In flam ma
tion of the lining membrane of the nose.
which, wh'-n unchecked, is certain to
produce a catanbal condition for ca
larrh is essentially a cold which nature is
no longer able to "resolve or throw off.
Ely's Cream Balm has proved its superi
ority, and t.uffcrers should resort to it be
fore that common ailment becomes seated
and ends it: obstinate catarrh.
The "Way of Havenpori, oners a
great many specialties in boys' and chil
dren's suit, and overcoats.
A Bensioia Has
Would use Kemp's Balsam for the throat
and lungs It is curing more cases of
Coughs, Colds. Asthma, Bronchitis,
Croup and all Throat and Lutig Troblt-s
than any ether medicine. The pro pries
tor has ai.tborized any druggist to give
you a sample bottle free to convince yoa
of the metit of this great remedy. Large
bottles 50 cents and $1.
The "Why" of Dtvinport, is showing
a line of children's suits with vests that
are perfect beauties.
always usa Sozodont and rub it in well.
It gives S'irh pleasant relief from parched
tongue resulting from sleep, promotes the
healthful secretions of the mouth. It will
cost more for meal and such things, but
don't begrudge il.
Ma. Krt-ru. Mtrick, or V.ic r.r. cr Jij-nck &
Hcndcrfoc, Fort Smith, Art., ay be ibex jjj
his testizm ny to the thousands which hare already
been givi-o aa to wift"e tpeciuc. Ho rays ho de
rived IheinoKt signal bent-fit from in ue to core
painful bo Js and sorva ron':im; fmsn Impure blood.
Swip"' Sricinc is a great bleiwiiig to human-it-,"
ay Mr. P E. Gordon, of 725 Broad Ktreet,
Xahvilk'. Term., "fur it currd mc of rheumatism
if a very bad type, with which I bad bran troubled
lorthrvc ir four years. S. S. S. cured me after 1
l.ad ixha M-d everything rise.
, Treat! on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free
Tit s oft Sntrine Col. ItrawcrS, Atlanta, Ga,
PUR! PALATABLE! POPULAR!
!'. R 4 KTFF.U Purr Ibf
tmtM litrru. rwid in faro, liquid la bottle.
Iiairkra'ra end It Invaluable for
fup. Mwn. Mflat Saucea. Bouillon, etc.
A Href Tm, Ktmnlr reTnnndt1 bv
lea. tiat phrffM-iaria. for Invalid. Intanta ajid
oth -r. Aoritriris and trnfnbentu.
A ia yoar OruKsiat or grocer lor
Armour's Beef Extract
Jr. vend IUr, for aampl Darkac and
' dex-nptiT pampblat. u
ARMOUR & CO., Chicago.
Ol ICE TO CONTRACTORS.
CrTV Of Rrca IsLasn, R.x-a liLaxn PurKTT. I
tts or IlL'Mh f
Seali d tiropoaalit will tie received at tbe Cilj
rirrk V nihee of raid city, until Monday the 4th
day of November. A. U. Itw. at S o'rliK k r at, for
rnuntrurting the improvement ordered by an or
riinanre of raid ritv. wbii h wa adopted Ortohor
T. ItnW and i entitled "-An ordinance for the Im
prove! lent of Ktirhtienth treet from the north
line of Firt avenue to tbe north line of Third ave
nue at d for tbe levying of a aperial tax therefor,''
and f. r fnmiahine the material and doing the
work :u-eonlm lo ihe plan and xpecifiralinn
T MMt lmir.v nirnt ortlrred hy paid
oraun.nce ronlti or rurninv wiit, runMiu...,
eraattng. irradme. Iniprovine and paving with
IMivmz hrirk of eood qna tty. to hlo ka of atreet
In ai 1 title of aid ordinanre et out.
Thi aaid improvement mut be conntruru-d.
and le material therefor f urnihed nint be In
aeeerlanre w lib the plana and rpeciSrationa for
raid improvement on file in the raid eltv c eik'a
ofnre. at which aaid omre. aid plan and apecifl
ratio i are oien to the inapectioti of all peraon
Inter 'ted therein. Contractor are to furi trh
ami l of brick with which work 1 to ha done
Unci. ued ia the work mnt correspond with
the timple in qualltv and ptvle. All bid mail
be ai ronipaiiied w ith a certified check in the aum
of vc Hundred Dollar, parable to tbe order of
tbe c Ity treasurer of aaid city, which nhall be-com.-
forfeited to said citv incaaetbe bidder ahall
fail lo enter Into contract, with approved turetlea,
to e- rente the work for the price mentioned In bia
hM. ind at'Cordtnr to the plan and apecification.
in U e event thai the com act abould be awarded
to h m. Blank bida will be furun-bed on annllra-
rali. n at the city clerk'a office. Ail bidder and
oiht r pervona mar attend at tbe oneninf of aaid
bid. The right lo reject any and all bid or
projnMii received I nerrby rxpreaaly reaerved.
nutsHKi KMHiiLliK. city Clerk.
Ti ded thi lutb day of October,
nAS PUR0IIA8KD THK '
and has removed to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
IV He solicits the trade long enjoyed
bj his predecessor and as many new
co Homers as wish to favor him with
tb sir ordera. ' . -- ' ' ' '.
J. M. BUFORD,
HSUIY, . vy
I assa as Vw m aav
i I 'SSiT SJT
WK, Ko aeMua ap
wraa for laraw. - .
ly mem p
T I powder never varies. A marvel of purity,
trenrth and whnleaomeoea; more economy
than the ordinary kind, and cannot he sold by
eom petition with the multitude of low tet, short
wetgbt alum or phophau powdera. Hold ontf
mm. UoVaL Baaiaa Pownaa Co., 10 Wall 81.
F"R SALE a OOD KAM1I.Y llORSK ANI
Sew I haeton at a bargain. Enqitire comer of
t me and Twenty ixto Mri-eU sti-ot
ANB niNnREO ANI Klr'TY CANARY
Vy Bird for Bale, tiooil in-er cruaranteed : In
nnire of Ernet Wery, No. TI9 Second ave. 18-61
TTTVrFlwAN EXPERIKNCKO AND KIRST
VV class farmer and hla wife, without family;
reference wanted; apply at sriiti Hfin avenue,
"TTTANTKn-A t'ARTXBR WITH -ID0-Thl
VV I a rare opportunity; no experience re
q ired: particular addre M. M., thi office,
Pli ae tate what you hive been enfk'rd in, at:e
and nationality. one nut tliooc bamg the mon
ey and meauing buines need anwer. 11-21
QALESMKN WE WISH A FEW WEN TO
kJoell our goods bv amtilc to the w holrale and
retail trade; on lart ; large! inannfai turer tn
our line; Inclose r tanip; wage $3 per day;
permauentpo ilion; nionev advanced for wage,
advertiing. Etc. CENTENNIAL M'K'U
Juno 17 inrinnat I, U.
11MN TK II AH K VTM frtmiir N IW PaTW-r
H S'irr-rmof iafe : ai7. -xii; weight !Kl
, .r ii-v .v, . (i, iinrw in propun inn. f i gu
eit award isilver medal' t'enieimml KTiwxm.in
Hare ehanre ; M-riuaii,-iit Imsine. Inir prlrH-
" r ii'i in l lie pool. MrlUMVH
""""1 iveu. Alpine iMtle t o., i iiu lu natl. U.
drycr Tt . A MONTH CAN be made
P f J working for n; agent preferred ho
ran furnih a horw and give their who!e time to
the bnainea; rpare moment may be profitably
employed a!o; a few vacancie in towns and
cuie. B. r . iiou.50S X co., nn Main t.,
N. B. Please state age and business expe
rience Never mind about rending, stamp for re
pi. B. K. J. A Co. apl 4m
Tiie Great Restorer !
IHE MEDICINE WHICH CURES.
This is a Medicine that Conquers
and Eradicates Disease.
"It is the most Remarkable Develop,
ment of ibis Age of Progress
A little Investigation will convince von that
much a i claimed (or THE O&EAT BEST0R
AK the half is not told.
1AIH t'.st From whatever form of complaint-whatever
malady. Here Is Your
ror cir. ulars containing a blstorv of this Won
Mari-L fir aitnT, and some remarkable letters
from people well known, address an In-low,
Uf Great Krstorrr Pharmaropial fftiris,
18iS Portland Avenue- at inna-aooli. Minn
reprice $!.. VI per botiie. For sale by drug
COMFORTABIX and ELEGANT
For Sato bv Laadlns Dealer.
Iff d Cololy t j Trey, 17. Y
ITTORNKY AT LAW Office with J. T.
L worthy, 17S5 Second Avenne,
ITTORET AT I. AW. OfBce In Rock Islaaat
arnauoaai Bank Building, Kock Island, UL
a. b. swrsstv. cl a.
SWEESET A WAf.aTF.R-
ITTOKNttB ATCO MVMam.ov AT T.aV W
TTORNETS AT LAW Loan mowevoe m
Asecoriiy, make eollectloi.s. Keferenrs, M ilra
U ft Lyude, banhera. Office la totofflc block.
THE DAILY ARtiCS.
fGR BALK KVKRT EVENING at Craaptoo
aewi ouua. rive vents per copy.
D. S. Sill CUE 1A5.
S ftttl ITiefr tVnsrpifrfrvriivneipii j -
Aofflre Cine nr. at u, Ohio; Branch office over
airai national nana, noca isiano. (is ly
ST. LUKE'S COTTAGE HOSPITAL,
nt THIRD AVBXCK, between Tenth and
isaievenui aireeu. febl-tf
WU. 0. KULP. D. D. S.
OFFI0K RKMOVKD TO
Rooms M, 37, ts and S,
Taks Elevator. DAYENPOBT, I A.
BrowsoD He Hatter,
Saturday, ; Aug, 31;89
t BeconJ and Mala Street, Davenport Iowa.
Mercer County, ChataPeterson
? and Ellia ' "
LEHIGH and SCR ANTON
Z Hard Co1. Brick, Tile. Etc.
OOes oorser Fourteenth St.. and Second Ave. -,
. Telepbons 10.
W. B. BARKER,
' has purchased tbe well-known
Fourth Ave. and Tenth Street,
and hopes to retain the custom of his predecessor.
lie will make a great effort to perpetuate the good name of this
"Old Established Grocery
that it has always enjoyed by dealing only in the best goods
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
New Elm Sreet Grocery
GEO. E. BROWNER,
(Successor to Danquard & Browner)
B'LOTTR JSTD FEED
Family Groceries and Provisions,
lie solicit a share of the trade and will make Drices as low
as the lowest Telephone connections.
GIVE THE NEW
-AND DEALERS IN-
Flour, Feed, Baled Hay, Straw,
CJTStesmship Aeency and remittance to
-Xew and fully equipped. New furnishings throughout. Will compete
with any. ti-nd for ciroulara.
Tcition: Four months, f ?5; Six months. 35; Nine months. $50
Ad.lres C. W. FENN. Rock Island, I'.ls.
Proprietor of Brady Street
All kind of Cl'T FLO'iVEKS cnnstahtly on hand.
One Blirk North of Central Tark.
The larrt In loa
A. D, HUESING
Rejwi'nti. amone other time-tried and well
known Fire lnauranceComnifa. the following:
Rojal Insurance Company, of England
Wesr.h ester Fire Ins. Co., of N. Y.
Buffalo German Ins Co . Buffalo. N. T.
Rochester German Ins. Co. Roch'rN Y
German Fire Ins. Co.. of Peoria. III.
Citizens In. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Exchange Fire Ina. Co., of New York.
Office No. 1608 Second Ave..
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Floor & Table Oil Cloth
Oil Cloth Store Patterns
Our all wool extra f opera
are the tx-at ever offered for a'e in the city.
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DAVENPORT. - - IOWA,
Dr. Tait Butler,
AiPtant Slate Veterinarian of Iowa)
(Saceeior to Dr. J.'D. Rutherford.)
Office hours It a. m. to t p. m.
Dentistry a Specialty.
Cffice : Coyne'a Feed Stable, Market tquare,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
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ing it to all aufferera.
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STORE A TRIAL.
do not feel zee, do yon ?
liave tried all kinds of remedies
zvoud give a fortune to regain good
should remember that Dr. Van Dyfcs
Kidney Cordial is bound to cure you.
Zi'itl try a bottle and recommend it.
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tfron SALE BV ALL DRUGGISTS."
Crockery. Glassware, Cutlery.
any part of Euroie.
and 603 Ninth Street. Rock Island. III.
Patent, Cfcit and Wrought
Cheapest Fence in the world for resi
dence and lots.
Made any height deslfed.
J. E. DOWNING,
ncceiaor to Geo. Downing, Jr.,
John Volk & Co.,
Baab. Poort, Itlinda. Hl.in. Plonrinar.
an t all kind of wood work for bnililers,
Kihtinth SU, bet. Third and Fourth ave..
We confine our Loana to Improved
Farms in the safest counties of
Iowa, and on request
Prompt payment of principal and interest
HEINZ & IIIRSCHL,
Daren port, Iowa.
Eatate of Johnnnna Anthonr. deceased.
The ondi'miened, having been appointed Riern
tor or tbe laat will and teatament of Johannua An
thony, lata of the county of Rock Inland, atata
of Illinoia, deceased, hereby gie notica that ha
win appeal naiore me connir court ol KocK Inland
county, at the office of the clerk of aaid court in
the city cf Kock Island, at the December term on
mm rimi aionaay in December next, at which time
all poraon having claims airainat aaid eatate are
notified and requested to attend for the purpose of
having th aame adjuated. All peraona Indebted
tn aaid estate are mjueated to make immediate
payment uxne nnaentenei.
Uated thia ad day of Vmlwr. A. D., 1NFS.
JIU18 MOSKNt KLUKK. Executor.
' Eatate of Henry Hakker. dacaaned.
The nnderaigned havlnv appointed admln
latratrix of the eaie of Her.ry Banker, late
of the conntv oc Kot k Inland. Hate of Illinoia, de
ceased, bareny givt-a notice that ahe will appear
IwMr the eoonty court of Rock Ialaad conaty, at
the office of the clerk of aaid court, la the city of
Rock Island, at tbe December term, on the- flrat
Monday la December next, at which time all
peraona havta claims against aaid estate are no
tilled and reqnetted to attend for the purpose of
having the aa tne ad iosled. All persona Indebted
to aaid eatate are requested to maka immediate
payment to the anderatgned.
. Dated thia Mth day of September A. D. 1R69.
' MINNIE HAKKER
Sept M-43W . , Admloiatratrtx.
PEERLESS DYES best
For BLACK STOC'KDiGS.
Mills la 4 ( ,.r, m.t arlili.r
Sold br Drucviata. Alan
Prerteaa Bhmu Paints 6 colon.
Perleat Laundry Bluinf.
Peerlcaa I nk Powdera i rolora.
PaaricaaECTly .Sooiata. "
Si" 'i i
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Telepbnne 30 M.
r r aa.
J. B, ZIMMERs
Spring and Summer Goods,
of the latest patterns. Call and examine tlieni and rt-niem
ber that he mates his suits up In the latest styles.
HIS PRICES ARE LOW.
The finest carriages and buggies in
tbe city can tie bail at any bonr
of tbe day or night.
L. G. SNIDER, Proptr,
No. 1916 Third Avenue.
Telephone 1027 .
F. C. Hoppe,
No. 18QB-Second A.vt?.,
Rock Island, 111,
Contractors and Builders,
AH kinds of Carpenter work dnne. General Jobbing done on lmrt
notice and saubf action guaranteed.
Office anil shop 1412 Fourth ave., ROCK ISLAND. 1LU
Second Avenue, opposite Uarpcr House. The choicest imported
"WINES JNT LIQUORS.
Imported snd Kej Wet Cigars, a specialty.
J". M. OHEISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
MMTJTACTB1 OF CBAOUM AID BilCVITaV
Ask your Orocf for tkeav Tkey an best.
aV-Baectalll.: Tat Ctrl aty "ITTraa" aavl kw OkrWy MWaFBm."
; RACK ISLAND, UL
H. D. FOLSOM,
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and. Biaildcr,
lc and Bhop Corner 8eVeBteenth 8U - . . T l T.KiJ
and Seventh Avenue. : ' KocklslanO'
aTAU Unda of AitiMic wort a apeclalty. Plana and estimates for all kind, of bnildintJ
lurnlafced on application.
'jVfect for Vfjiry
DAVIS & CO.
A complete flock of
Pipe, Braes Gcod3, Packing,
t ose, Fire Brick. Etc.
T "Vis natUID IKT
DEANE STEAM PUMltf,
SIGHT FEED LUBltlCATORs
pnarantf evrry on prfrrt. atr' lll i n! i i:,
Twenty Uajr'a trial, to rcmMtile !"' -.
i''jfr'.-.4 Safety Heating Boilers, anl t'untrao.
h . . ' tors for furnishing and hivin '
Water, Gas and Sewer
1712 FlKi?T AK.,
Rock Is!and, Illinois.
Telephone 113. Ridenee Tcli-l.i'i '.n1
Opp. Harper House,
DAILY HIS STOCK OF-
1 ' -5
1707 Second ave nue, Rock Ifbn