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TELE AJRGUS. FRIDAY , JULY 24. 1891. 3 She r Prices For this week only. A woven wire spring for - - $1,75 A good mattress only - - $3.00 A baby carriage for - - $5,00 A new lot of those raarlor suites at - $25.00 Odd Pieces for the Parlor, Lounges, Couches, In fact anything needed to make home pleasant at Lower Prices than ever before. We must make room for a lot of new goods coming in Remember These LOW PRICES. For this week only. Cash or Credit at Cash Prices. CHAS. A. MECK, 322 Brady Street, Davenport, la. Telephone 421. We close at 6:30 except Saturday evenings. M. YERBURY, 3f PLHB IK. STEAM 11 m mm AND DSALEB XH Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile. Steam and Gas Fixtures. (eFBest work at fair pricee. Estimates furnished. Office and shop 219 18th St. Telephone 1182. CHAS. W. TERBURY, Manager. Rock Island, 111. INCORPORATED UNDER THE BTATK LAW. Roek Island Savings Bank, BOOK ISLAND, ILL., Open dally from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Seturday evenkiga from 7 to 8 o'clock. Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Personal, Col lateral, or Real Estate Security omciu: I. P. EBTNOLDA. Pres. P C. DKNKSANN, Yice-Pres. J. M. BTJFORD, Cashier. dibictoba: F. 1m Mitchell, ft P. Reynolds, P. C. Dentcmann. John Crabangh, H. P. Hall, Fhil Mttchf U, L. Simon. B. W. Hnrst, J. M. Baford. Jacksob A HrasT, Solicitors. (VW1U hetfn business July 8, 1890, and will occupy banking room with Mitchell A Lynda antii lew bank is completed. J. B. ZIMMER, THE WELL KNOWN erchant Tailor, Stab Block, Opposite Habpeb House. hue purchased for the Spring and Summer of 1891, A largor and finer atock than ever. These coods will arrive in a few days. Wait and see them. M A. SEABTJRG. House and Sign Painter. the WfcrBt.claas Graining and Paper Hanstag. WM D' costtj P. Box 672. no Bhop Fourth Awe. bet. 91st and 22d Sts. ROCK ISLAND pen for the Season, can mer Joe Huber's Garden, people a bards IncontlOLINE AVENUE) er ban of wo W tio tr T A magnificent place for picnics, parties, ate. A. BLACKHALL, Mannf actnrer of all kinds of BOOTS AND SHOES Gents' Pine Shoes a specialty. Repairing done aeatly and promptly . A share of your patronage respectfully solicited. 1C18 Second Avenue. Rock Island, IU. NICOLAI JUHL. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, Shop corner Twenty-second street and Kinth avenue. Residence C935 Thirteenth avenae. t9l prepared to make estimates and do all kinds of earnenter work. Give him a trial. earoas i attkk vbino. For fflKUnnn OeCTrt?r II I "Nerve Seeds." fmlsilUUU lli.il I U11CEJ i00 wondertul rem,,!. tUl(i with m. urHf. liOfflin riii rowpr, iiHMunrue. w tiir-iuiness, iiui Manhood. Nightly Kmitt ffiort. Nervousness. LuiMituUe.all drains and lut of power of the UnerittUe Or nans In either tx chus'! by over exenton. youthful error, or xotriive Ds; of tobacco, opium or Btrrauluntfl which soon lead to InWrmitv. Consump tion and lnnantty. Put up convenient to carry in Test pocket. 1 perpack ane by mail; 6 for 95. With evpry order we gire a written QWranUe to curt vr rrj unu uvf, muivcw vircuiar iree. jiuuresa a crre aeca to.( vaicff 111 THE PUBLIC LIBRARY. Annual Meeting of the Foard Last Evening. The Stw lirrtrs Take Thir Meats 9ffitiii. Elected Knn:tt The Xw Kumi. The annual meeting of the Rock Island public library board was held last eve- nit g. There were present President J. H. Southwell, and Directors Wa'ner Johnson, C. J. Larkin, G. L Walker and J. W. Welch. Of the new directors, Louis Kobn. Prof. C. W. Foss and C.L. Walker, the latter was the only one pres- ent, the retiring directors being Rev. R. F. Sweet. Adair Pleasants and J. C. R&s- mussen. The board organized with the reelec- tioi of J. II. Southwell as president and the election of J. W. Welch as secretary. The librarian's report for the month of June was received and placed on fi'e shewing the circulation to be as follows: Art and Science n Kel trion and Philosophy... 15 Essivs and Miscellaneous Ts Poetry 5 Trai-el 5 His ory and Biography 59 Fiction 4 Juvinile Literature ITS Total i.0 Li'Is were allowed as follows: A. C. McClurs & Co., $90.47; Mer chants Electric Light C, $9 33; Michell & Ljnde, 60: Daily Arscs, $3; Rock Island Union, $7 8J, Rock Islander, 2; expenses. $1 55. On motion a sptcial committee con sist ng of President Southwell and Direc tor Johnson was appointed to provide furniture and fixtures far the newroomc, and Directors Walker, Larkin and Welch were appointed a committee on removal. I; was decided to slop the issuing of books July 28 and that all books be or dered returned by August 1. MOLINE SOCIALISTIC SOCIETY M e re I jr m Sazgestlasi. It is understood that in the sale of s reet car horses of the Daveopnt & Rock Island railway company some tf the sni mals brought so more than S8. Herein is contained a pointer for any alderman n the three cities if there are any of course who may "have it in for the street car company, and who might offer an ordinance setting foitl that inas much as hordes can be bought 60 cheaply that there is no excuse why every one should not own one, and that the street railway accordingly be ordered to take up their tricks, so that the owners of such horses may have uninterrupted use of our public thoroughfares, and further that before tearing up the leaving us, the street car companies be compelled to cover all the streets with saw dust at least three inches thick so that the com fort of such horses and their owders may be assured. sale in Rock island by Hartz & Bahneen, 3d Ave. and 20th street. A r-eret Meeting Alrt aiy Held Ccm utiteejt 'Appointed and Sweeping Reform Demanded. 'oline is to have a society of socialists, One meeting has already been held very quietly, it is true in the thiri story of the MeiropoliUn block Tkis was a week ago Sunday. The Re publican Journal, after much persistence, has succeeded in unearthing the whole business. At this meeting no orginizi- tion was formed, but a committee was ap- poicted to make a can as and see bow masy members could be scraped together, and if there is sufficient encouragement an organization will be formed imras- diatjly. There ar said to be between 20 and 30 persons already identified with the movement. Whether this is an exag geration or not we are unable to say The proposed organizuion will be a bit ter opponent of the private ownership of any property in what they call the natural sources of production. They not only bold that the machinery of the government shall be in the hands of the whole people, but go a step further and claim that the machinerv of production must likewise be the property of tie people in common. They demand that the United States shall obtain pos- 6ees:on of the railroads, oanals, telegraphs and telephones, and all other means of pub'ic transportation and communica tion . that the public lands be declared in alterable and that all land grants to cor porations or individuals, the condition of which have. not been complied with, be revoked; that the United States have the exclisive right to issue money; that con gresuonal legislation be provided for the scientific management of forests and wat rways, sod prohibiting the waste of natural resources of the country; that in ventions be free to all, the inventors to be remunerated by the nation; a pro gresdve income tax and tax on inherit ances, the smaller incomes to be exempt school education of all children under 14 jean of age to be compulsory, gratuitous and accessible to all by public assistance in meals, clothing, books, etc., where nerxssary, and finally tbat the municipali ties obtain possession of the local raiN roads, ferries," water work9, gas works, electric plants and all industries requir ing municipal franchises. They also bold seme yery advanced ideai on politics as well as social affairs. Amcng othtr sleeping reforms they are going to demand the abolition of the pres dsncy, vice-presidency and senate of tl e United States, an executive board to b! established, whose members are to be e'ected, and may at any timo be recall ed by the bouse of representatives as the only legislates body, the states and mun icipslities to adopt corresponding amend men ,s to their constitution and statutes Ti e organization will be part and par cel cf the Socialist Labor Party of Amer ica. Otto'a Fourth Concert. Tie fourth subscription concert by Otto s Great Western band at Hinchei'i Elm street summer garden last evening was largely attended. A delightful pro- gran me of instrumental music was ren dered by the excellent band, these selec tions being interspersed with a number of fire vocal 'selections by the Turner Singing society with orchestral tccon: paniuent. jozzoni'a Complexion Powder pro ducer a soft and beautiful skin; it com bines every element of beauty and purity Farmer Huron' Match.'' Farmer" Martin Burns laid J. C. Comstock on his back again in a wrestle at Marshalltown the other day, and now he is billed for a 'stick pull with an un known of Tama county, supposed to be Oscar Casey, an invincible man in tLis line. The event is to take place at Cedar Rapid today. The contestants are to place their feet on opposite sides of a plank 12 inches high, firmly staked to the ground. They are to pull slow and steadily on a fork handle, and the man who lets go or comes up from the floor first is to lose $125. t'Ol'STY UllLIUXU, TllAKSFERS. 22 Anson Candee to G F O Carlson. lots 4 and 5. block 4. Candee Grove.South Alolme, $G0O. 23 W T Kerr to G R Snyder, lot 14, block 3, Dixon & Young's addition to Moline, $733. Orlando Child to E D Swander. Int. 10. block 1, Child's addition to Moline, $300. J II C Read to J K Groom, lot 3. block 1, Edward's addition to Moline, f 230. Advertised Ltat Xo. 99. lltt of letters uncalled for at the Pos'offlce at Hock island. Kock Island county. Illinois, Jnly 24, 1S91 : Lampert D Loan Mrs Edith Me dley Moore Edwin Stevens MBVDr Wilson Fannie W&llaca R J 3 HOWARD WELLS. P. II. Tourists and travelers to Manitou and the mountains are advised that from Chit cago over the Great Rock Island route through sleepers and throueh chair cars are run daily to Colorado Springe. Take this, as it is the cool northern route, and the only direct one from Chi cago to Colorado Springs, and avoid de lays at Denver and Pueblo. John Sbbastaix, Gen. Tk't & Pafs Ag't. B. St. John, Gen'l. Manager. Alan W H Adams Anelhie Allison A W Carr Miss Minnie L Ere Peter Farris W H Capt Being a sufferer from chronic catarrh, and having derived great benefit from the use of E y's Crestr. Balm. I can highly recommend it. Its sales are far in excess of all other catarrh remedies. B. Frank- en, druggist, Slgouraey, Iowa. J. S. Darrah, The Hustling Twelfth Street Grocer Is provided with every thing good to eat for a Sunday Dinner Delicious home grown raspber lies. Blackberries, Bed raspberries, Melons, And everything good in home CTOvrn vegetables A fine assortment of coffees and teas. Fine French sardines, best quality. Queen olives. Oenuine imported Lucca oil irom Liegnorn, Italy. Potted ham in cans. Potted ox tongue in can's. Fine canned Oregon salmon just the thing for cold lunch Armour and Gil more ham. Extra family breakfast bacon. Fresh laid eggs. Dried beef in hunks for slicing Hamburg eels. Armour extract beef. Canned corn beef. Spring chickens dressed to oraer. 0 YOUR TRADE IS SOLICITED J. S. DARRAH, No. 1137-1139 Third Ave. A. J. SMITH & SON - - Furniture uarr Mantels, Tiles and GratJ A. J. SMITH & S0 123, 125 W. Tii.rd g; ' DAVES P0KT Davis Block, Molina, Illinois, Telephone 2526. . DAVIS & CO PLUMBBE Steam Fitters A complete stock of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose, Fire Brick, Etc. Sole Agents for DEAN STEAM PUMPS and SIGHT FEED LUBRICA1C We guarantee every one perfect, and (n Twenty day's trial, to rcepoueiKe jnitl 8afety Heating Boilers and Contractus furnishing and laying 'Water, sad Sewer Pipe. 1712 First Aa Rock'Island, Gs: Telephone 1148. Resideace lelccse !i 111 ll 1.1 WrVT THK.TT71 TTT A r1 MiT aeuxs, ill. THE MOLINE WAGON CO MaauIactuTers o! FARM, SPRING ana FREIGHT WAffi and complete Une of PLATTORM and other frrlnf Wagone, specially wAfttot Westers trade, of superior workmanship and &aish. IUuuaMd Price List fns appllcaUoa. SeenheltOUSB 'aQOV before purchasing. I i THE POSITIVE CUR ELY BROTHERS. 64 Warren Bt, Hew York. Price so cu.5d - i ANDERSON COUNTY SOUBMASH $2.50 Per Gallon. TOHlSr & ADLEK, Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street MARKET SQUARE. CHAS, DANNACHER, Proprtotor of tbe Brady Street I AH kinds of Cut Flowers constantly on hand. Green Honses One block north of Central Park, the largest la la. X lower ouirc , . 804 Brady Street, Davenport,"" INVESTMENTS. First Mortgages II SUMS CI $200.00 and Upward tor sale, secared on land worth from three to five times the amount of the loan. Interest 7 per cent semi-annually, collected and remitted free of charge. EL W. HURST, i Attohhet at Law Booms 8 and Hasonle Temple. HOCK ISLAND, TT.r. GEO. GREEN, -TOE- City Scavenge -HAS IKVENTKD A DISINFECTANT which does its work in atuoroui;!: n."5 t3nt thoroughly purines the air P' all obnoxious smells. For tale at fcui" drug store. Pbice, 60 Cemtb Peb Bottle- i .