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ROQK ISLAND ABGUS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 189(L
PERILS OF THE AIR.
Dangers Attendant on-Aerial
A DESPERATE BATTLE FOE LIFE.
Narrow Kacape of an English Balloonist at
Croydon from a Terrible Death Catting
Ixita fur the night to Take Fart In an As
renslon that Ended In a Double Tragedy.
now rnoFF.ssoR nioarvs went cp.
Those who go down to the sea in ship;
face perils of a certain nature which they
are alile to meet and generally overcome
by niPiirm of the appliances man has in
vented for the piirposeof battling with the
storm ami waves. But those who invade
Vile air with balloons can safeguard them
nelves to no appreciable extent. Peril at
tends the rise from earth, aud once above
the housetops tho aerial craft is at the
mercy of every breeze that blows. Danger
likewise surrounds the descent, 4nd while
accidents are not so numerous as the con
ditions would seem to demand, still it is
fair statement to characterize as lucky
any one who has passed twenty-four hours
above the clouds, and then reached terra
Arms, in surety.
It was only the other day that the 60,000
Inhabitants of Croydon, an English city
not nir rrom London, were thrown into
paroxysm of excitement and apprehension
regartiing the rate of Professor Hlggins.
local aeronaut. He had prepared a balloon
or a capacity of 1 .,000 cubio feet with
parachute and trapeze attachment. When
he gave the signal the ropes were loosed.
ana trie air ship sailed away in the direc
tion of Norwood. Upon reaching an alti
tude of 4,0u0 feet the parachute became de
tached from the net of the balloon, which
shot up at a great rate and rapidly disap
peared in tne clouds. This was an emer
gency not included in the programme, for
ESCAPE OF THE PARACniTTK-
niggins had Intended to descend within
the limits of the field from which he made
his departure. Tho loss of the parachute,
and tho perilous predicament in which the
voyager was thereby placed, no car being
attached to the balloon, naturally aroused
the gravest fear4in the minds of his friends
and relatives. The last glimpse caught of
him on the edge of the sky showed that he
was hanging by one hand to a pendant
ropeanu clutching at the mouth of the
air shintwith the other. No one for a mo
ment entertained anv hone of hia ssumna
and the general relief was accompanied
with intense astonishment when late at
night a telegram from Tunbrldge an
nounced that he had landed a&felv.
On his return the professor naturally had
a remarkable story to telL He reached
such an altitude that icicles formed on his
hair and mustache. The slow escape of
gas from the balloon Anally changed its tjp-
wara to a downward progress, and the re
turn to the lower and warmer strata of the
air revived the unwilling traveler auffl
ciently so that he was enabled to make i
struggle for life. He lowered himself to
the end of his little trapeze rope, and so
hung until his feet touched the earth. He
coum not, however, get free until the bal
THE PLTOOK T5TO LUCK MICHTOAW.
loon had dragged him ten yards along the
gnraua ana reoounaea sixty Teet Into the
air. At the n'vnnrl Atuwnnt iwn r...
laborers run! ;vl f, riv timid held the strng-
gung inniiK;tr un..i r.nill Illylns GlNn-
tanglod liii)M.'f. H - x-.,:a b-xit frocen and
uJTcrliig from JC'vre muscular strain, but
otherwiarf rewired no injur) m. It was In
Mtt way one of the must remarkable escapea
Tho ail venture of Profvaaurlllggins reoalls
i the writer an event that ooourrod nearly
teen years ago, and In which he narrowly
iased being s participant. As one of the
tares of circus exhibition at Chicago
Toieaeor Donaldson announced an aaoeu
on and Issued Invitation to half a doaen
p?rtea for the dally papers to aooompany
him. All of them accepted, and stood
within the ropes that kept baok the crowd
ot spectators while the enormous balloon
was filled with gas. When the Inflation
jiad been completed the professor, doubting
the buoyancy of his air ship, announced
that he could take but one companion on
Ijie voyage. Each of the reporters lnsiated
in being that one, but the controversy
sded with an agreement to match pen
dee. The contest, by the chances of the
oin, aoon narrowed down to two men
rlmwood, of The Evening Journal, and
laitlaud, of The Courier, a sheet long
ince gathered to ita fathers. Maitland
aad In his pocket an envelope containing
his week's salary. He pulled it out and
.cried: . I
''Grimwood, 111 give you that to let me
"No," was the response. "We'll stick to
the agreement. The one who wins shall
make the trip." '
The two bright young men didn't know
it, but when they laid their pennies on the
board at their feet they were casting lots
for life or death. Grimwood gained the
coveted price the seat In the basket of the
balloon by the side of the now impatient
aeronaut. He jumped aboard, the order
was given to cast off the ropes and the un
chained monster bounded upward with a
mighty rush and soared northward like a
thing of life. What followed? Anticipa
tion, doubt, anxiety, despair, the recovery
of a body. As conjectured, the balloon
drifted out over Lake Michigan during
a storm, collapsed and fell into the waves.
Grirawood's corpse was found on the beach
np in the wilds of Michigan, and lumber-
A MODERN BALLOON WITH PARACHUTE.
men discovered fragments of the great air
ship in the depths of a pine forest. For a
while a dark rumor circulated to the effect
that Donaldson, in the hour of danger, had
cast the reporter overboard to secure his
own safety, but this never went beyond the
limits of suspicion, as no one nfterward
saw" or heard of the unlucky navigator.
james aiaitiana still wieliu a vigorous
pen on one of the Chicago iaxrs, and as
he gathers his boys and girls ubout him in
his cosy home thanks "whatever gods may
be" that Grimwood refused the envelope
on that fateful summer afternoon so long
ill a time ever come when the balloon
shall be of value as a means of transporta
tion; when it can be guided along its des
tined course with the reasonable certaintv
that attaches to the progress of a sailing
vessel? Who can tell The principle of
atmospheric buoyancy was discovered by
noger liacon in the Thirteenth centurv.
How vague was his groping after the truth
may be shown by the fact that he termed
the principle "ethereal air or liquid fire.'
and wrote: "There tn-iy be made some fly
ing instrument, so mat a man sitting in
the middle of the instrument and turning
some mechanism may put in motion some
artificial wings which may beat the air
like a Hying bird." It was not until 17x2,
however, that this obscure suggestion of
the medieval monk took form as an inven
tion. In that year the Montgolflers wale
the first balloon. The improvements since
their day have been chiefly in the way of
eiaooratiou. The Idea Itself has formed
the basis for no such progress as that char
acterizing the history of steam and elec
tricity. Feed C. Datton
Health in Old Age.
"I commenced using Brandreth's Dills
over fiftyxflve years ago. I first bought
them in London, and have nnntinnpil na
tag them since I came to this country in
1836. I am dow over seventy-five years
oiu, nate and hearty, and attribute my
wonderful health to the Dersistent use of
Brandreth's pills. Occasionally I have a
i , . . . .
uau com or severe aitacK oi rheumatism,
indigestion or biliousness, hut four nr five
doses of Brandreth's pills always cure
me. whenever my children have been
sick with scarlet fever, measles. ir.nmnn
acid siomsrn. niannipnxi rticraati.m n
costivenees, a few doses of Brandreth's
pins restore their health at once.
Brandreth's Dills are cnmnoned of no
merous vegetables so combined that each
m 'dtiplies the virtues of the rest. Thev
never can do any harm. Their action is
always the same, no matter how long or
iu wnai uoses tnev are taken. 'I hev mi.
rify the blood. They stimulate the liver
1 hey invigorate digestion. One or two
at night ror a week will demonstrate their
power and is generally sufficient to cure
Brandreth's Dills are sold in everv dmo-
and medicine store, either plain or sugar
A Great Card. "That's a niep ad
. wnatr "Ibis museum Advertises, 'we
have secured the Wandering Jew. He
will wander daily from 10 a. m. until 10
p. m.' "
Deafness Can't b Cared
oy local applications, as thev cannot
reach the diseased Dortion -of the ear
There is only one way to cure deafness
and that is by constitutional remedies
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dltion of mucous lining of the TCiintarh.
ian tube. When this tube fVAfa inrlamorl
you have a rumbline sound or imnerfeet
nearing, and when it is entirely closed
neatness is me result, and unless the in
flammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to lta normal condition
hearing will be destroyed forever. Nine
cases out of ten are caused bv catarrh
which is nothing but an inflamed ronrii
tion of the mucous aurf&npa .
We Will 0ive one hundred dollars for
any case or deafness caused hv catarrh
mat we cannot cure by taking Hall'i
iaurrn cure. Bend for circulars, free
F. J. Chkhey & Co.. Toledo, O.
G?Sold by druggists, 75c.
Sweetam: She smiled nn mv unit Rnh
bins, old bov. Bobbins: Well. I think
she might, the wonder is she didn't go
Teachers' national Association.
The rate to the annual meeting to
held at 8U Paul, July 4 to July 11. 1890,
inclusive, from all points on the Chicago,
Rock Island & Pacific R'y (both east and
west of the Missouri river) and Albert
Lea Route, will be one lowest first-class
rare the round triD. dIus S2 for member
ship fee good for return n assume l with
stopover privileges) after July 11 to Sept
Oi lOAik - a . . . ... . -
w, ovu. opeciai vesuDuied trains of
elegant chair cars, Pullmann sleepers and
diningcars. Low excursion rates be vond
St. Paul to all noints of interest to tour
ists and pleasure seekers. Teachers and
others who travel via the Rock inland
and Albert Lea routes, will eniov a anion.
did trip at the least possible cost. For
ucneis or further information apply to
any Rock Island renresentative. nr ad
dress John Sebastlsn, Gen. Tkt. and Pass.
Agent, at Chicago, 111.
Billinzs: Well, mv bov. are von antia.
fled with married life? Benedict: Satis
fied? Why. I am Derfectlv satiated with
it. - '
WhO Of US are Wltnout tronhln Kb thav
small or large? The blessings of health
are best appreciated when we are sich
and in Dain. A hacking
cold, or any throat or lung diuease are
very troublesome; but all of these may be
quickly and permanently cured by Dr.
Bieelew's Cure. Safe and nl
children. Price 50 cents.
. "... Josijn, July 2.
It is very likely that arrangementsiwill
be made to have the Rev. Harpek of
uu cjruo, preacn at josnn once in wo
Mrs. Mumma Should hfive Breached at
Joslin on Sunday evening last, but the
services were postponed on account of
There is still strong talk of building a
cheese factory at Joslin. The idea is to
issue shares, each person taking as many
shares as be thinks proper.
The friends of Rev. Broadfoot met at
the parsonage, bringing eatables, and
presented two racking chairs, and some
other useful articles. It was a pleasant
Joseph Stephenson, who has experi
mented some on perpetual motion and
bas built a steam engine and a boat, can
be frequently seen upon Rock river treat
ing his friends to a ride. He may yet
cross the Atlantic or Pacific .
Hurrah, farmers! The Fourth of July
is drawing nigh when you will have an
other opportunity to sling your hats in
the air and thank God that you live in a
free country where you have the privi
lege to buy in a dear market and sell in a
The prohibitionists may " yet govern
this county. On Saturday morning last
at Joslin four of these reformers were
grasping each other by the hand and en
joying a spirited conversation. They
were the Rev. Broadfoot. Hamilton
Wreath, C. M. Hubbart and F. C. Cromp
ton. The McEinley bill is a reflection upon
a farmer's intelligence and a presumption
upon bis ignorance. And the further
presumption of McKinley and the repub
lican leaders is that a majority of the
voters of this country, the farmers in
cluded.are in favor of a higher protective
tariff, ir the farmers of this country do
not bury the McKinleys, Clarkxons
Quays and Dudleys so deep that we need
hot fear a resurrection, they di serve all
t at they get.
We feel it to be a duty to again refer
to thrt attempt that is being made by
several insurance companies and their
agents to damage and break up mutual
insurance companies by circulating false
hoods and reducing the rates of insurs
ance to one-half their usual rates upon
all mutual insurance territory with the
sole ohject of breaking up the husiness;
then, of course, up would go the rates
aiiKiu. i wo agents called upon
several of our policy holders a fe
ubjb ru siating mat our company
was aoout to oreaK up. Farmers should
give such agents a lift on the way with
the toes of their boots. We would say
mai iourieen oiu policies were renewed,
and two new ones were issued during the
i . it . .
mi wee in our nome Ofuce'
The stallion "Young Wellington,"
lonneriy owned Dy Mr. John Bloody, of
Coe, having changed ownershiD may now
oe tound at ibe residence of F. E- Cromp
ton near Joslin. bIcltpm in Pakvo
30 Ellen S Webber to Theodore
Truxel. lot 8. block 2, Ellen S Webber's
ad. Moline, f05il.
Florence M Fetters to Daniel Kruse,
loU2. block 8, Waterman place, Moline,
Oeorge Sehafer to John Schafer. lot 1
block 2, Bailey Davenport's first ad. R I
Thomas G Pilgrim to Winslow How
ard, lot 2, assessor's plat, 1870, 11, 17,
zw, f 3,5UO.
23 t-iUte of Abraham Frick. Order
authorizing the opening of deposition
taKen neiore Ubarles K Parish in Oregon
in the matter of claim of Adolphus C
July 1 Estate of Abraham Frick
Order authorizing the opening of deposi
Hons tsken before J II Clayton. Summer
Lake, Ore., in the matter of A C Frick
instate of Bailey Davenport. Claims
Litate of Charles Lsflin. Claims al
lowed, final account filed and order
nisi approving same by 8ih inst, and that
administratrix notify heirs by mail.
The Crown dining ball. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready n furnish you
me oest meai in tne city lor 25 cents.
150,000 to loan on real estate security
in sums of f 200 and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission. x. v. uurst. Attorney at
law, Rock Island.
Sons of Veterans.
For the state encampment at Jackson
ville. III.. June 22-28. the Rock Island &
Peoria railway will sell excursion tickets
at one fare for the round trip, viz.: $4 05
1 bis rate is open to the public. Trains
leave liock Island at8;15 a. m. and 2 20
p. m . Arrive at Jacksonville at 2:45 and
i0:40 p. m. Depot foot of Twentieth
street. F. H. Rockwell, Agent
Hotiee to Gas Consumers.
There will be an additional discount of
a. cents per thousand allowed (from
our present rate) on all gas consumed
at any residence where a gas cooking
range is actually in use. thus makincr the
net rate fi.su per 1,000 ft. The above
to apply only when bills are Daid nromnt
ly, and to oegin with consumntion of
June, 1890. W. H. Judge,
Sec'y, Sunt and Treas,
lomg little cousin. Mabel, described
graphically her sensation on strikins
dimpled elbow on the bed carving. "Oh.
my i sne sighed, "mama, I've strncked
my arm just where it makes stars in mv
Facts 1 Tin Knowing.
T .11 J! ..
iu an ureases or me nasal mucous
membrane the remedy used must be non
irritating. The medical profession has
been slow to learn this. Notbiriir aatis-
ractory can oe accomplished with douches.
snuffs, powders or syringes because they
are irritating, ao not thoroughly reach
the s Heeled surfaces and should be aban
doned as worse than failures. A multi
tude of persons who had for years borne
an tne worry and pain that catarrh can
inflict testify to radical cures wrought by
Flt 'a n,u,m Halm
T. i . ...
it is not possiuie to say manv more
original things about original sin, and the
asoionaoie preacner would do well to
pound .some of the fashionable sins of
fashionable sinners of the d resent time.
Atk Tour Friends Abnt It-
Your distressing couch can Le cured
we know it because Kemp's Balsam
within the past few years has cured so
many coughs and colds in this commun
ity. Ask some fnend who has used it
what he thinks of Kemp's Balsam. There
is no medicine so pure, none so effective.
Large bottles 50c and $1 at all druggists.
A great many of our wouId-.be reform.
ers are like the man who atavs nn ii
night trying to get people to go to bed.
Excursion Ticks ts.
On account of the Fourth of Julv
excursion tickets "will be sold hir tho
Rock Island & Peoria railwav Julv ad
and 4th, atone fare for the round trip.
Good for return until and including .T..i
7th. - J
For beauty, for comfort, for imnrovn.
ment of the complexion, use onlv pn.
zoni's Powder: there is nothing niii t
A. Hew York Doctor Crafts Brain from
Om Animal to Another.
".Sew York, July L Dr. W. Gilman
-J Thompson, professor of physiology in the
N jw York university and visiting physl
ciiin to the Presbyterian and New York
hpitals, has recently succeeded in graft
In the brain of one animal upon that of
at other. His success opens the question
of the possibility of the grafting of the
brtins of human beings. Dr. Thompson
cn t ftpen the skulls of two large dogs and
in rchanged pieces of the brain tissue
of each. On the third day both dogs were
ki .led and the transplanted pieces of brain
tit sue looked normal, and in each case
w re firmly knitted together. The next
experiment was with a cat and a dog.
Three days later the cat was killed. The
transplanted dog's brain was found where
it had been placed, firmly adherring to the
Gave a Dog Some Cat's Brain.
He next procured a mongrel dog, opened
hi i sk ull over the left lobe of the brain,
and through the opening removed a small
portion of brain tissue. A cat was sim
ultaneously operated upon in the same
m inner and the brain tissue of the est
and dog were Interchanged. The open
ings were closed and treated. The dog
made a good recovery from the operation,
al hough he was feeble for a few days.
St bsequently he appeared normal in every
way except the loss of vision. He was
killed at the end of seven weeks, when the
piece of transplanted cat's brain was
fo and firmly adhered to the dog's brain,
with the pia mater intact.
THE STRIKE AT EAST ST. LOUIS.
"(cabs" Have to Work Cnder the Frotee
tlon of Armed Men.
.St. Louis, July 1. Many of the freight
handlers who returned to work in East St.
1a uis have been again induced to quit.
Tl ey will hold out for the increase to
$1.50 originally demanded. All the plat
forms are employing small forces of
"sjabs," who have been warned to quit
work. The agents of the ten lines involved
in the strike are becoming thoroughly
alarmed. Application was made to Chief
of Police Walsh for additional protection.
Making Incendiary Speeehea,
1 le detailed a squad of officers to guard
tho yards, but they were deemed insuffi
cient. Yesterday the superintendents
u cited and through a private detective
ag siicy iu this city seemed a large force of
ar ned guards and detectives, who are on
duty in the freight houses. At their secret
meetings the strikers have made a great
many incendiary speeches, and it is feared
th it an attempt will be made to fire some
of the freight houses on the east side.
Trying- to Make a Trnnt-Law Proof.
New Yokk, Jnly 1. The trustees of the
suar trust held their annual meVting yes
terday, and issued a statement to the hold
ers of certificates reviewing the reasons for
tht formation of the trust and its legal
stfttus. The statement goes into quite a
iei gthy review of the recent decisions of
tho various courts with regard to the
Ncrth River compHiiy. The trustees are
now considering the changes required, ac
cording to the court of appeals decision,
by which the objections to the union of
the sugar refineries can lie overcome.
Sponner'a Quiet Trip Went.
Washing ro Cut, July 1. Senator
Spooner quietly left the senate the other
da;. without saying where he was going.
He took the limited for Chicago and in
side of twenty seven hours was iu his ho
tel in Milwaukee chatting with H. C
Payne, the king politician of the Ttadger
sta te. Two hours later Spooner was on h is
way to WashinKton. In less than sixty
hours he was back on Pennsylvania ave
nm and not a soul in Washington or
Wisconsin knew of the trip except t lie sen
ate r and his friend Payue.
Womack Is Right To Be Wroth.
C hicago, July 1. W. H. Womack is
mad. He was selling a quilting attach
ment and patent hair pin away down in
Farron county, Tex., when two men
placed revolvers against his head, hand
cuffed him. and placed him on the first
train for Chicago, where he was brought
under the idea that he was the long-lost
Tascott. He was not Tascott, however,
awl the outrage is apparent when it is
known that he is stranded in this city;
that his arrest was authorized by nobody,
and that he has no redress.
Vreek on the Northern I'ariBo.
Hklesa, Mont,, July 1. A passeuget
train on the Northern Pacific plunged
down a thirty-foot embankment, yester
day near Drummond, severely injuring
twelve twrsons. A. M. Otto had both
anisbrokeu; Mrs. G. D. Kowe, legs in
jured; James Slocum, legs and body in
jured; Mrs. A. Sine, internal injuries; her
child, badly hurt. Seven others were less
seriously injured. It is thought that some
of i he worst hurt will die.
Run Down hy Uis Victim's Mother.
" EW Yokk, J uly 1. Francisco Sapioni,
aged T, who arrived here on the steamer
La Bretagne Saturday, was arrested last
nig it for the murder of Dominico Satan a
izi in Italy last February during a quar
rel. Sapioni escaped to France after the
critic, but tho murdered man's mother
kept track of him and when she learned
tha . he was going to America she wrote
and informed her brother in this city,
who put the police on the watch. Sapioni
resisted arrest, but was oMarpowered.
Kate ta the Kdaratloaat Slretlnc.
Fir the National E lucational associa
tion meeting at St. Paul, July 8th to
11th, the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
Railroad company will sell excursion
tickets to St. Paul at f 11.13 round trin.
July 1st to 7th inclusive, good to return
to aid including July 15th, and for trip
beyond, by deposit of ticket, limit can be '
extended until Sept. 25th. Train leaves
Roc i Island 5:55 p. m. daily, arriving at
St. Paul at 7:10 a. m , and on July 7th
then) will be a special leaving Rock Isl
and at 10 a. m.. arriving at Savanna at
1:30 p. m., connecting with the grand
special teachers' train and arriving at St.
Paul at 0.30 p.m. .
Take the "River Bank Scenic Line"
Keep cool and be happy. For further
information, apply to H. D. Mack.
Uiv. Pass. Aet.. Rock Island. 111.
Excursion on tho Fonrtb.
Tlie Libbie Conger will take the Hiber
nian Hall association and their friends to
Clinton on the Fourth. The boat will
leave: Rock Island at 8:15, Moline upper
mnu ng at o:3u a, m. Tickets for round
trip, 75 cents. Refreshments can be
obta ned on the boat. The Conger is the
best boat in the business, and this trip
tit a. r
win do a neiignuul measure. Uo to
Clinton on the Fourth with the Hibernian
Hall association on the Libbie Conger.
Fonrta of Jnly Imraiona
Tl e C. R. I. & P. railway will sell ex
cursion tickets to any station east of the
Miss luri river on their line and through
tickets to points on the BurlingUn, Cedar
rtapits .northern and MinnenDoJia &
St. Iiouis railways, July 8 and 1890, at
a sin ie tare tor me round trin. makino
tickets good for return passage on or be
fore July 7. 1890.
C. U. Bkkltoh, Ticket Agent.
All dog owners are herebv notified that
they must procure checks for 1890 before
July 1. as all dogs seen without checks
attac led after that date will be shot by
the pjlice on sight. Phil Miller,
Undertaker J. M. Sweenev is at his
place of business, 1425 Second avenue.
when; he will have his headquarters for
the n ixt three months. Mr. Sweeney Is
president of the Undertakers' state asso
ciation, a professional Undertaker, and
an ei pert arterial embaimer. -
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM.
Cheapest and beit place in the paper for
"Wanu," "LoBt," "Sale" and "Kent" notices.
Only one-hslf rent a word. Everybody reads this
column. Try It.
or exchanged. Money loaned
stored al 208 Kant Second street, Davenport,
FOR SALE VALUABLE PATENT Im
provement on Elevators. Now in operation at
Star finishing Works, KI35 Hamilton M., i'hilarta.
ra; preserves lire 8w4Jin); ror inn portico isra
WANTKO fWO LADIES AND ONE MEN
tleir an to canvass for a new invention; sal
ary $2 a day? Experience nnneces-tarv. CH.P.
WANTKD AT ONCE. TflKKK OR FOUR
good women to lion, at Km k Inland Steam
Lanndry, No. 1714 Third avenue.
WORKERS WASTED MEN AND WOMES
agents; big pay; steady work; ontflt free.
No experience neril.d. J. Eugene Whitney,
Nurseryman, Rochester, N. Y. 5(6
SITfON AS HOUSEKEKP-
VV er, by a middle aeed
ladv: enonirs at SMT
Thirteenth avenue. Rovk Inland.
AT THE NEW-
VV comb Hole). Ouincv.
111. Wages 814 net
WANTED A RELIABLE PERSON IN ROCK
Island acd every town In this locality todis
tribute circulars; for uirtlcnlars send references
and address, T. N. Crowley, 636 Main St, lene
WANTED. A LADY TO MANAGE A
Branch office, al her own home, for the Fa
mous Female Specific "Orange Lily"; a splendid
opportunity; address with stamp. The Ir. C.wn
ley Medical Institute. South Bend Ind.
J. M. BEAHDSLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office with J.
worthy, 17 Second Avenue.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office In Rock Island
National Bank Building, Kirk lolaml. 111.
D. SWKENKT. C. L. WiLtlH.
SWEENEY k WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW
Omce in Bengstou'i block. Rock island, Iii.
McENIRY & McEMRY,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money or eood
security, make collections. Reference, Mitch
eU A Lynde, bankers. Office in Pontotoc block.
THE DAILY ARAL'S.
L70K SALK EVERY EVBNINO al Orami.ton's
m. 'i"D omuu, nvcvcnie K3r copy,
DRS. RUTHERFORD & MJTLER.
fJRADTTATESOFTHE ONTARIO VETE KNA
lr colleire, Veiernary Phyieinns ano Surgeons.
uiiice: i muau a Liivery stable;
Asters Bakery, market square .
m . , . .. ..
1 u sen uur irnoua oy sample 10 wholesale and re
nin 1 radc. w e are the larv'cst manufacturers In
iMirun. ijioerai salary nam. furraanent posi-
money auvancea lor wages, advertiMi
etc For rerms address
CaHrEBMIAL MFG. CO.. Chicago, 111
procured. Inrr.ase all other soldiers' claims
prosecuted. Write us about your ease. Room
tetropolilao block, t ulcaeo. 111
W. A. GUTHRIE,
(Successor to Guthrie & Collins)
Contractor and Builder.
Plans and estimates famished. A specialty
made of fine work. All orders attended to
promptly and satisfaction cnaranlecd.
IOfflce and shop No. 1B18 Third avenue.
WM. 0. KULP, D. D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms Sft, 7, 28 aud -"9,
Take Elevator. DAYENPOLT, I A.
J. M. GASPAKD,
Library BnildinK, Pavenport. Iowa, Call for
estimates and see work be lore going to Chicago.
After 82 years experience In teaching Instru
mental Music, I will promise yon more theory with
less lesaons for the least mouey of any teacher iu
nnder onr supervision, anven each Juvenile pnpil.
Teachers will aave money to order their Music
Booka of us. One-third off of marked price on
Sheet aiMslc to every one. Leave orders, naming
stithor, at my music rooms, 141 Second avenue
We make a specialty of teaching inexperienced
teachers bow to teach.
Address me at 1406 Brady St., Davenport, la.
MKS. C. A. NtUEKKR.
Corner Seventeenth St., and Third Ave.
HENRY EHRHORN, Proptr.
This house has hean
rurniBtied and is now open to the public.
RATES $1.00 A DAY.
Board with tvwm 4Li ami : nu. .w . m..,.
board $3.50 per week.
may tM foand on
nis at UfcU. Y.
MtWFt i . a. nri j
Jiawapaaaa ADvanmpta Btnuua (10 Sprue
uunif) wunv hit..
luanir eontraota mar
mate km it iu I
LOUIS K. GILLSON & CO.,
Jar. 1 . 1
A. D. HUESING,
HepresenU. amonR other tme-tned and well
known Fire Insurance Companies he followiiiK:
Royal Insnrance Company, of Eneland
Weschester Fire Ins. Company of N Y
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y
Kochester German Ins Co., Rochester, W. Y.
Ckisens Ins. Co., of Pittshnrvb, Pa
Bun Kire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Pecnrity Ins. C .. New H iven, Co"n.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co , Milwaukee. Wis
German Kire Ins. Co., of Peoria, lll.;
Office Cor. 18th St., and 8econd Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
HAS INVESTED A-
which does its work in a thorough manner.
t"It thoroughly purifies the air and removes
all oksjoxious smells. For sale at Kroil Koehler's
Prick 50 Cbkts per Bottlk.
ALL KINDS OF
done. A specialty of furnishing all kmds
of Stores with Castings ol 8 cents
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
S. R. CLOUGH,
The bestf eer)-thine always on hand at tha
moat reasonable price.
WEITE OR BLACK HKARSK.
1805 SecoDd Ave., Rock Island.
F. CLOUGH, Manager.
John Volk & Co.,
-GETTER A L-
- M an o facturrr of
Sash, Doors, Blinds. Siding, Flooring.
and all kinds of wood work for hniKlers,
Eiehu-enth U bet Third and Fourth ave..
Winter & Lemburg,
Wholosale Dealers and rm porters of
Wines M Liprs,
(removed to new quarters)
Nob. 1616 and 1618
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
The cheapest ever known
$2 25 Per Ton for Cash.
Will also contract to farnish Tile and Brick fm
sidewalks and do general hauiliiif;. Omce oppo
site SU Joseph's church. Second avenue.
Telephone 1 3o. T. U. ELLIS.
AWNINGS, TENTS, ETC.
. Manafactarer of
Wagon aud all kinds of
Office and Factory 808 Ilarrlson street,
J. M. BUFORD,
Tk aid Mia ana Tlae-trlsa Ogaapaalaa
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
ataa aalmraaaay raUabl oouuaaf eas
patrooaa la aotetuA.
M nan as Axraa aiock.
R. R. TICKET
(Member American Ticket Brokers' Ass'tn)
Rkdtjoed Rates to aj,l Points.
urriUK In Adams Express Office under
SOLE AGENT FOR
Tha Pope Mfg. Ca'a Bicycles. Ladle and
Children 'a Bicycles a specialty.
Proprietor of the Old and well-known
Cor. Third avenue and Eighth street,
Has opened with an entire stock of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Flour, Feed, Etc.
HTFres'i Farm Produce always on hard
ofore""' dt''lr,:, re,,,!W, of old trade and will try and give patrons prices and treatment
mwnte wenio mete s but oe cute
DHXlrfES GOLDEN SPECIFIC
It nibf fttnta rp .rnfwar trs. wr la anl.
X-f'r-"1'""'' the tno.idire or th. p.t,"!f
abjolutrty h.rmls and will effect a
??!L. d apoerty cure. wkMhxr the patirot l a
mod jrate drinker or an alooholie wmk. tv i F VK K
t All.. It oivmtrs so quietly snX with such wr.
tati 40 ,w""i complete reformation is
enected. 8 pan booh ot particulars free.
Varnhall ft Ficher and T. II, Thomas, drue
gifty, K'X-k Nlnnd, III may iwlwly
TAttwti-!- fVj7- --yta "BII.I11lknaHrkl-
wit na -i.-Vh,
r KK1LU ' .1ZJl- mil
TV M t?J K H r. it... .
fitcTtie ita ami mmiM
aor.V. Mkilr for ihitsrrlBc Bur.
IMMr. IVr at HnMrttw anttm, sivinf 1rH. RiM, SMUh
Iwr, I'miImmh I'arrMitB f r twtrWtT ihroarS all a kAK
PART. r. .i.r.ni Ikfiai. tit tl.TH tlUIHOI HSTIIiKVIH.
KNtrtr mrrtul rVH Imitmll,. or wo fortnt SS.tm la eaaa.
KKI.T Ml r; rmmpm a. mm4 urn. Vmt cmooi Par
mmHj t wrm in rf-ro nMih. rvalue! riir.IH Frva.
8JiDFM ET HCTRICCO.. iaatas.ii.ht., CH ICASS, IlL
The iirtat Frt tH h Remedy for npIlrel'sions
and Montlily Irrefnilarilies.
Ladies I'se Le Din. s Periodical Pill, of Paris.
France; pnarantred to acromplTsh all Ihut is
claimed for them. To be nrd monthly for troubles
pecnliar to women Full directions with each
iX'X. tl per box or three I oxer for f.V American
Pill Co., royalty proprietor. Spencer, Iowa. The
(.'l imine pill obtained of tltto Kodrrt, Elm street,
Kock Island, Jappe & Vo , Davenport, and of all
STATE OF ILLXOIS, I
Kock Uland County, Bs-
In the Circnit Court In Chancerv.
John Feustel vs Kmily K. Vanatta, formerly Em
ily F. Moll, James Vanatta. Andrew J. keeves
and M. F. Felix Foreclosure General No.
Notice Is hereby piven that by virtneof a decree
of said court, entered in the above entitled
ranse, on the JSib day of May. A. D. 1WW. I
shall, on Saturday the 46th day of July. A.
D. lS'.O. at the hour of 1 o'clock in the after
noon, at the north door of the court house. In raid
connty of Kock Inland, to satisfy said decree,
sell at pnblic vendue, tothe highest bidder for
car-h, that certain parcel of land, situate in the
roiu.lv of Kork IMand and state of Illinois.
kriL'Ti anl described as follow, to-wit :
The win h quarter of the west half fi of
the norilu aM quarter 1 of aectiou ton. in, in
tounihip sixteen. lfi, north ranse lire f5 west
of the Fourth I4ihl principal meridiin. roulaluine
twenty acres more or less, together with all the
rirht. title, rlmm, interei-t and benefit whatever
w hich said Emily F. Stuil had in and to Ibe above
described premises and each and every part
thereof, which wjs or is given to her by or "results
from all laws ot this state pertaining to the ex
emptions of homefU ads.
Dated at Kork island, Illinois. thiesth day of
June, A. 1). lS.aj. HKSKY CI KT1S
Mas'er in Chancery, Kock Uland Co., 111.
K. E. Parmkktkk. Sol'r for Crrr.plt. !S-dtw
THE MOLINE SAVINGS BANK
(Charted by the Legislature of Illinois.)
MO LINK. - ILLS.
Open daily from 9 K M. to 3 P. at., and ooTues
day and Saturday Evenings from 7 to
Interest allowed on Despnsits at the rate
of 4 per Cent, per Annum.
Deposits received in amounts of
$1 and Upwards.
The private property of the Trustees is respon
sible to tha depositors. The officers are prohibi
ted from borrowing any of ita moneys. Minors
and married women protected by special law.
Omrn: B. W. WeiiLoca, President; Por
teb Skinner, Vice President; C. F. Uiinvir,
Tarsntrs: S. W. Wheelock, Porter Pklnner,
C. K. IK menway, i Silas Leas, Q. II Edwards,
Hiram Darling, A. S. W right, J. 8. Keator, L.
II. Hemenwayi V. Vitnthum.
tThe only chartered Barings Bank la Rock
F. H. Killfb, rrss't,
fcl. F. 8MITH, ioe-l'res't.
E. H. Kt!. Sor'y.
J. H. FiOuab, Trvue.
SAFETY DEPOSIT CO.
m fibsinationaL hank bcildino.
DAVENPORT, - - - IOWA.
IVrfeet profoction air.iiust liurglars, tlrierM
ami liro with us Fire and Burglar-l'mot
VaultH nd S;ifit. Is now irci;treti to rent
Sales In ita Vaults, with either combination, or
key loeks. The Iih'Ks if these? safes are all
tlillereiit, ami under tin- control of the renter.
Kaeh wifei contains a tin box in which to place
valuables just smli ncrouiiiiodations as are
wauled by Administrators, Kxeeutors, 4itiarl
ians. Capitalists, Married or Single Women,
F'lirmers, Meehatiies, Traveiing Men, r
Slr.itigt'is, liaviuy valuables. I'ri-ate reUrliig
rmmis for the examination of papers, etc.
Safes in all sizes, raio;iiig inprii-e, ikt Hiiniiin,
fioiu Three miliars ut to Thirty IKjlIars, mv
eoniina to si.e ami location. Also, Mtoraw
KiHim for packages, Itoxes or trunks. If you
are going to travel, this is the only place of ab
solute safety in the three cities for your silver
ami other valuables. Charges reasonable.
Call and Ne our Vaults, whether you desire a
Bale or not.
M. J. KOHLFS, Custodian.
HOLIES AND LIVES-
By nsing A. F. Schmid'a, the pioneer resi
dent Lightning Rod dealers celebrated
which he keeps constantly on hand. Any job, to
mauer bow complicated, done In the most
scientific manner. Competition in
prices and quality defied.
A. F. SCHMIDT,
No. 821 Twentieth bu, Kock Island,
Impure a Is-illiant transbareat v to tho k in a.
moral ail nimoles. treeklea and tlicnlnrmti..n
aleby a ttrlasdrn(ret-u,nr mailed for M eU.
. DAVIS & CO.,
A complete stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing.
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc
Sole Agents for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS.
We gnaranteaverv one perfect, and will send Cops,
Twenty day 'e trial, to responsible parties.
Safety Heating Boilers and Contractors foi
furnishing and laying Water, and
1712 FirptAvk ,
Rock Island, Illinois.
Telephone 1148. Residence Telephone 100.
COS. WASH 3d AVE. B.
From 311 years' experience in Hos-
pita) and Private practice is enableo
to goarantee radieaicunts in Chroniii
or im eonous diseases of the blood.
throat, do e, skin, kidneys, bladder
and kindred ortrans. U ravel and stnc
tare cared witnoat pain or cutting.
lhoe who contemplate going b
Hot Sprinrs for the treatment of any
private or blood diseases can be cure1
for one-third the cost.
I ADIF1' lbi'' treatment a
l-ML"l-vJ lovely complexion, fret
from sallowness, frvckles, erii) tions.
etc., brilliant ee and perfect healtl.
can be had. t"Tbst "tired feel-
lue" and all female weakness prompt
ly cured, rlloatim;, headaches. Ner
vous Prostration, and Meenlesvness
Ovarian troubUs. lndanmiatinn aud I Ire ration
Falling and displacements. Spinal weakness and
Chance of Life. Conoult the old dortor.
NFRVOIIS ''nvsical and orpanir weak
ML.HIWUU, iierf.. premature decay, evil
forenodintrs. self di-trust, impaired memory, pal
pitation of the heart, l iinple- on the face, sperks
before the KK, rinL'iru in the ear. ra arrh,
threatened coonumpl ion and every disqualifica
tion that rentier- marriage improiier and unhamv
8PKK1HI.V and PKKMANhN T1.Y rured
BLOOD AND SKIN J.lf,,re'- 9yt,,,i
" , , wrviiv lisadisea-emost
homlde in its result completely eradicated
without the use of irerruri Scrofula, Erysipe
las Kever So es, Klotdies. Pii pies, i'lcers. pain
in the Head and Bties. Syphiltic .-ore Thront sad
Toneoc. Ulandnlar enlargement of the Neck,
Kheumstirm. etc., cured ah- u others have failed.
RUPTIIRF tufi'l 'th nt pain or hind
Itur I unt. r.nrefrom business.
URINARY IvKecently cntracte.l or
wiinvrvii . riironic ji!i,.m..e 1IT1VELY
cured in S to H days by a local remedy. No nau
seous drmc iis.sl. Me.tirine msiled'or e press
ed to an) address free from observation, char
ges fair. Terms Cash. Book and question list
lie. A friendly talk cots uothine.
HoVRS: 10 a. m to li m., to 3 and? to8 p m.
Sundar: 4 to H p. m.
ah Wash. Av. S. MIII1IEAP0LI8. Mia.
Dr. S. -E.
(Late of Citicinnaii, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Located is
In the past two months he has successfully
of the most severe character,
fcarfa diseases as Rheumatism. Xenra'cii,
Scrofula, Heart-di?se. disease of the Liver,
Kidneys, or of any of the secretory oiyaiis; also
all k.nds of l.unir disraes or complications, such,
as Asthma, Br nchltis or Plenrisy. All kinds of
nervous diseases successfully treated.
Positively and permanently enred. without the
pse of the knife or any o, eralion whatever, or no
tST"Los of Msiihoid, Seminal Weakness, and
Errors of Youth, posiliTety and permanently
fSy"l'ositively no case taken that cannot he
enred. Correspondenre accompanied by 4c in
stamps promptly answered
W. Third Street, near Main,
Stop that Cough?
Or it will atop jou.
How Will You Do It?
The Surtst thing known ia
The Great Restorer !
Not only your cough, but your
Bronchia, trouble, aa well as
many other things. It is war
ranted. You are loosing time,
money, and perhaps your life, in
this delay. It is worth investi
TIIE GREAT RESTORER WORKS,
1800 Portland Ave. Minneapolis, Minn.
For particulars, medicines, etc. Price $1.00 per
bottle. You druggist can get it.
NERVE AND GRAIN TOEATKEHT.
fu neas. Mental Ivpivsai.m. s.lle..m.-.,i Iht-lirVin tT
ultii" ln""ltj ana u. mivile,,,
Jouth Premature Old A-e. ILnma,!. LoK , p0,.i
meilher asi. Involuntary l...ai,J Spei-marofiha
-.-, Ci nun 'i tun urajn. hmt-a l.ii-e or
met" ii'i. '! U3T "naln one month', treat-
i '.'V?1: ?r ':r "' by mail urepai 1.
tutu earn order for nx boxes, nil nl rvur h:.--r
cure. UuarajiUMa i riri "
DruTpIsU, Sole Agents, corner Third avenue an d
Twentieth afpeAt lul.n m
due. o. West's
V 0 I