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TBUffi ABGUO. MONDAY, AUG. 3. 1891. AND- Telephone 421. CHAS. A. MECK, 322 Brady Street, Davenport, la. We close at :30 except Saturday evenings. M. YERBURY, em PLUMBER STEAM HI r .$b MD GAS FITTER -AND DEALER IS- Jif Wrought and Cas; Iron and Lead Pipe Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile. Steam and Gas Fixtures. 3Best work at fair prices. Estimates furnished. Office and shop 219 18th St. Telephone 1182. CHAS. W. YEMURT, Manager. Rock Island, 111. Take 'yu press the button, v we do tlie rest." (or you can do it yourself.) u4 Kodak With you. Send Jjt Catalcnt THE EASTMAN COMPANY, Rochester, N. Y. J. B. ZIMMER, -THE WELL KNOWN- M erchint Tailor, Stab Block, Opposite Harieb Hotjse. has purchased for the Spring and Summer of 1891, A larger and liner stock than ever. These poods will arrive In a few days. Wait and see them. A. BLACKHALL, Manufacturer of all kinds of BOOTS AND SHOES Gents' Fine Shoes a specialty. Repairing done neatly and promptly. A share of y onr patronage respectfully solicited. 1618 Second Areone, Rock Island, IH. CHAS, DANNACHER, Proprietor of the Brady Street ; All kinds of Out Flowers constantly oa hand. Green Bonaes Flower Store- One block north of Central Park, the latest In la. SH Brady Street, Davenport,lowa. fpen for the Season, (moline Avenue) j0e Hubers Garden, A magnificent place for picnics, parties, etc. NICOLAI JTJIIL, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, Bhop corner Twenty-second street and Ninth aver Be. Besideace 2995 Thirteenth avenue. trU prepared to make estimatns and do all kinds of earner ter work. Give him a trial. MANHOOD RESTGREDKSr4& tea narutee to cure all nervonx diaeawa, inch as Weak Memory. lxa of Brain Power. Headacbe. Waaeftilneaa,Lost Manhood. Nlphtly Eml aiona. Nervouaneaa. Latitude, all drains and lose of power of the (generative Orsana In either ax mntuatl liv u.nr -. nmn vnntkfni .- . f of tobacco, opium or atlmulanta ab ch aoon lead to Inflrmitr. Consumo tion and Insanity. .Fnt up convenient t4 carry in vet pocket. SI per pack- nnuwaimaniM. or rttwnd the money. Circular frse. Addr iss Serre See CvTchieao, m. For sale in Rock island by Hartz & Bahnsen , 3d Are. and 20th street. ,MJiTO M0L1N-, EiTufctt. Governor riftr Will Set be Able te Aeerpt the InvltatU n to ie Labor Bay lemoas'rati.n. Saturday's Abous contained Governor Filer's explanation of his inability to attend tae Farmers' picnic on Big island Aug. 25. Now it is also reprrted that the &.:: e executive will not be prcscut at the Moliae Labor day celebration, the first Monday in September. Tae Dispatch says: Got. Filer may not be with us on La bor day. He baa written the committee to that effect, and has also written to Representative G. W. Vinton on the sub ject, in reply to an urgent request from Mr. Vinton. Not only is he liable to fail the Labor day committee, but he declares himself also obliged to disappoint the centlemen who invited him to attend the Farmers' institute and piccic on Big isl and, August 25. He explains that sev eral mon.hs ago be promised to take part in the dedication of the monuments erected by Illinois on the battiefnld of Gettysburg, and the comtuisnocers in charge of the erection of the monuments have notified him that it would be neces sary to leave Springfield on the 31et of August. In order to get away un that day be wiil be very bus? in tbe executive office for several days previous, and can not, in justice to official work, come to Big islitnd on the 25:b of August, and then start east on the 8Ut. As to com ing to Moline on tbe 7;b of September, be cannot do so because he will not be Dick from Gettysburg in time. He expresses repret at inability to acctpi tbe invita tions. As to tbe ex:ue for not comine to Moline, the eouionute srei- that it is legiti mate, but tbey still hope to bring "the proper influence to bear to cause h'ta to strain a point, and to do a little rushing if necessary in order to get here. VVe hope it may succeed. It not, the Labor day committee has a couple of other men in view, to come in place of tbe governor. One of them is Editor Rap. porport, of the German Tribune of In dianapolis. And President Com per s of tbe Nations! Federation of Labor has no tified the committee that he can send a good man if wanted. E. T. TURNER'S DEATH. The Kx-mpiary Lire of the Foimrr 1 oral Acrnt or the Adams Exprte Conipnuy. Tbe Mt. Carmel Register bas tbe fol lowing extended notice of E. T. Turner, former agent of the Adams Express com pany here and who was very w,ell Known and highly respected in Rock Island, and mention of whose death appeared in Saturday's Argcs: On Thursdsy evenine, tbe 23d inst., Eiwurd T. Turner ditd at the redutnee of his parects cn S-cond street. Almost to years aso while in Duluth, Minn., he was attacked by the grip, from which he suffered severely and a relapse, hrousjht on by retcrning to his post too soon, culminated in consumption, which gradually but surely sapped bis life away. During tbe past IS months he was at his home in this city. Edward T. Turner was tbe son of E?e,. and Mrs. Gilbert Turner, old and hon ored residents of Mt. Carmel. He was born Nov. 25. 1862, aaii was at the time of his death 23 years, seven montts and 23 days old He was educated in the public schools of the city, graduating under Prof. Caeey. Soon after this be accepted a position as express messenger and ran for several years on the 0 V. & C. He was removed from the road and placed in charge of tbe office at Rock Island, 111., by tbe Adams company who recognized bis worth. After ward he was given a . more responsible and lucrative position at Duluth, Mmu. Fw young men have bad brighter busintsa prospects than Mr. Turner. In bis youth he became a mem ber of the M. E. church and was ever true to bis teachings. He died trium phant in the faith, ' "That golden key That opens the palace of eternity." The funeral services was held Saturday afternoon at the residence. Rev. Wal terick and Rev. Nash conducting them. The interment took place in Rose Hiil whither the remains were followed by a large number of friends and relatives. The Cendt-nanatinn aM. In tbe county court the jury in the case of the City of Mo'.ine against Mrs. Amelia Speck and others, returned their yerdict awarding an aggregate cum of 13,250 to the owners of the property, through which it is proposed to open Sixteenth street. C.ty Attorney Oikleaf explains to the Dispatch that in cases of this kind tbe jury fixes tbe value of the land taken and also assesses any damages that may accrue to land not taken for the purpose by the city. Tbe jury awards payment for land taken by tbe city as follows: Mrs. Amelia Speck, $300; Mrs. S. M. Moore, f 150; M:ne Olson. $ 145; Orlando Child. $125; Nelson and Astrom, $330; Mrs. J. D. Chapman, $500; an aggregate of $1,850. No damages were found to be sustained to property not taken except that owned by Mrs. Chapman, who is awarded an additional f 400 upon this ac count, making the aggregate sum of $2,250. Ansae tana College la'oies. Dr. Stolpe has returned from his east era vacation tour. The doctor is to give an entertainment at the Central Music ball in Chicago tbe last of (his month. Solos are to be given by some famous members of the Augustana ' Conserva tory of Music, while the doctor is to lead an orchestra of Chicago. The Augustana University association is doing remarkably well. There is no doubt but that Rock Island is to become a great educational center. . The rosy freshness, and a velyety toft ness of tbe skin is variably obtained by those who use Pezzoni's Complexion powder. - THE SPECIAL SESSION. Batnrda.)' Council Meeting ts In spect the Mi read Avenue- I'avye ment. Citt Council Room, Rock Island Aug. 1. The council met in spe cial session at 2 p. m.. Mayor Mc Conochie presiding and all the aldermen present except Durmann and Tindal'. Tl e mayor stated that this meeting was called to inspect the paving done under contract on Second avenue trom fourteenth to Ninth street by the Rockford Construc tion Co., before its acceptance. On motion of Alderman Kdii a re cess was taken to proceed to the premises to inspect slid paying At 3 p. m. the council assembled, a'.l aldermen being present as above. Alder man Corken moved that tbe pavement on Second avenue from Fourteenth to Ninth streets as completed be accepted, bond baying been given to keep the same in repair for tbe term of five years. The motion carried unanimously. Mr. Butterwortb, representative of the contracting com pany.ex pressed his thanks to the aldermen for their indulgence and aid given in tee performance of their work, he also expressed a willingness of tbe company to bear all expenses in re pairing defective work should any fault nave been over looked or defect be pointed out to them . On motion the council adjourned. Robert KoEBi.ER.City Cletk. LOCAL NOTICES. Music at Spring Cove every afternoon. One dish of Krell & Math's ioe cream braces jou right up this hot weather. The finest and sweetest line of French candies just received at Krell & Math's. Order brick ice cream at Krell & Math's. Three kinds in each brick, easily served. Try our orange ice and then pass your opinion on it. We make it extra rich and fine, using nothing but the fruit juice. Krell & Math's ice cream parlor. Lata rot Sate In Huber & Peeu' addition tn the city of Rock Island, being the late Bailey Dav enport's homestead, cicely and centrally located, within five blocks of the post office. Title perfect. Terms liberal. For particulars apply to the undersigned at the People's National bank or on the premises. John Pehtz. Bargain ia Tow n Lot. Parties wishing to secure lots in Scbncll's addition can do so by calling on M. J. Murphy, 2207 Seventh avenue, any afternoon between 12 aDd 3 o'clock and between 6 and 7 o'clock for the next 10 days. Mr. Murphy wi 1 be on the groun.ls every evening from 6.30 to 8 o'clock in order to show lots to intending purchasers. For ')eau'y, for comfort, for improve ment :' the compU'Xiou, use OLly Puz zoni's Powder; there is nothing equal to t Tough glass lamp-chimneys. vIuacbeth's "pearl top" and "pearl glass" are made of tough glass. They rarely break except from accident. Plu&bun;. t;ico. a. Macbeth & Co. J. S. Darrali, The Hustling Twelfth Street Grocer, Is provided with every thing good to eat for a Sunday Dinner Delicious home grown raspber ries. Blackberries, Bed raspberrits, Melons, And everything good iu home grown vegetables A fine assottment of coffees and teas. Fine French sardines, best quality. Queen olives. Genuine imported Lucca oil from Leghorn, Italy. Potted ham in cans. Potted ox tongue in cans. 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 order. YOUR TRADE IS SOLICITED J. S. DARRAH, No. 1137-1139' Third 'Ave. A. J. SMITH & SON. Furniture 1 tep5Rr ill I 3 SS3Sffi5 H (II Carpet Mantels Tiles and Grat, A I puifn ami i it & i mj i.o, i--., xV. Third DAVENPORT, J THE POSITIVE CURT. ELY BROTHERS. M Warren St, Sew fork, rrice 60 cul C3 3 E3 S P 'I lAllnSaAlO THE MOLINE WAGON. eunc, rxi THE MOLINE WAGON Xtttf&&$WtiM.iJx "'S "3 Manulacturers cl FARM, SPRING as-i FREIGHT MS tail aodemplMltoe of PLATTORH and other earing Wapjov aa!!T HiMt, Waat.ro trad- of anpart. workmawtlp aao lai;i. ZmuJ?gTu ' w urr p4iixu3U vjv W , i. mm DAVIS & (XL PLTJMBBE Steam Fi to less -A complete Hoct of a 6 mti Davis Block, Moline, Illinois, Telephone 2320. Pipe, Brass Goods. Fackij Hose, Fire Brick. Etc. Sole Agtttf f"? DEAN STEAM PUMPS and SIGHT FEED LUBRICM We guarantee every ore perfect, " 1 Twenty day's trial, to ree;oii:S. Safety HeaUng Boilers acd Zsttm furnishing and layini WK, Ki Sewer Pipe 1TI8 r3niTl Telephone Re:deice1t-''.'-s', 1KCOBTOEATED TODKB THS STATB LAW. Roek Island Savings Bank, ROOK ISLAND, ILL., Open dally from 9 a. m. to p. m., and Svtarday evening from 7 to S o'c-oct-Five per cent Interest paid oa Deposits. Monev loaned on Persota lateral, or Real Estate Security . P. HBYKOLDS. Pres. P C DBXKMAHN. Tlce-Prea. J. X- BZT0W- DIBKCTORS: P. U Mitchell. H P.Reynolds, P. C. Denkmann. John Cmbaieb. U- P- Bxu Phil Mitchtll, L. Simon, K. W. Hnret, J. M. Baord. JacEsoa &. ucbst, solicitors. v n a LT'I WWffl heein bostness Jaly 8, 1890, and will occupy banking rooa wltb M tte- a&ui new oanjt la cemoletca. ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH $2.50 Per Gallon. TOtiN & adleB T?amiira in 91 Q flaranronth Street MARKET SQCA VIGOR OF HEN JEaally, Quickly, Permannntly Restored. Wke, Hrrrnuim DeMllty. and atl tne train of ertla from early erronor later exceaaea, the reaults of overwork, aiekneaa. wory, etc. Fall atrenctb. derelopment, and (one fTeo to every omn and portion of the body. Simple, natural method.. Immediate Improvement seen. Failure Impoaaible. t.000 referencea. Book. expIaoaUunl maA proof, mai led (aealedj free. Addreaa crii MioioAL oo.. Buffalo, n. y. BUYABUFFAl Wyomln, let Itt the M Produced the priw potato cry mation apply tg 4 XH0JI.