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Our store will be closed all day THURSDAY and FRIDAY, Oct. 6 and 7, to enable us to move
pur stock to our new store SATURDAY MORNING at 9 o'clock we will open for business
in our new building, corner Main and Second streets. Respectfully,
J. H. C. Petersen's Sons, Davenport, Iowa.
PROFESSION All CA6D3.
ITTOKNEYAT LAW-Offlce ia Mitchell
L Lynde's new b.o-k.
JACKSON & HUIiST,
TTOSSBYS AT LA 'A. Office in Rock Island
NatiocV. BnJt 3ti!"l'.r.-, or leiana. Hi.
SVE5SY A WALKER,
ATTOHVSY3 eXHNSZU-ARS AT LAVS
Oa ia neasitott t-Kxs tV.ar.d, I J.
ATTORN KT'S AT LA" Loan 1r.nr.c7 rr scod
erar.-.y.niiecollcc'i'jr?, RftT;rc TSitch
ell& Lyrdo. hr.tcr. "S in Postor.ca V.oc-.
" S. W. ODE LI,
ATTORNEY AT L W Formerly of Port By-on.
and dirin;; th? past two years with he firm of
B-ownin A Entrikn at Moline. has now onned
an offlcf ia tlij .-. a litoriam bai.dlr.g. room 5, at
C. J. SKAM.E. S- W. SEAKt..
SEARLE Sc. SEARLE,
ATTOKNEt and Coan'-Uor a Law and So
llcltrs In Chancery ; office Bi-ford's block,
i. R. Hollowbush, M, D, Geo, E, Bartb, M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH,
PHYPICI ATT8 AND SUROKOXS.
O flee 40323-d Pt. Telephone 10
Residence TS I ai-tst. " II89
omi t hociw:
Dr. Bar h I Dr. Hollowbn.h
9 to 10 a. m. 10 to 12 a.m.
1 to and 7 u 8 r- . I 3 to 5 Ld " ro s P. m-
DR. CHAS. M. KOBIN30N,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Offlee McCulloagh Baildine, 14 W. 3d St.
DAVES PORT, I A.
Boars : to 11 am ; 1 to 4 pm.
DH. E. B. JOHNSTON,
Office, 223 Brady St Davenport,
(Otbb Rthold fc GtrroBD'a.)
Diseases ofWomen a Specialty.
Drs. Myers & Holderead,
Physicians and Surgeons,
! From 9 to H a. m.
2 to 4 p. m.
pecia!!e Surgiry and Diseases of Women.
Corn-r '0O 1 a venae md Fifteenth street
Telethon a, I'M. mc3 nonr? eTeuiuijB
Dr. My. rs, fro-n 10 to 1'! a-n and 3 to 5 pm : Sun
day 12 10 1 : r d'-iice 2nd ave : telephone 1-JOO.
Dr llol.l-rcni, froiu H to to am and 1 to 3 pm ;
gun lay. M:-).) to 10 3 ; residenco at oltloc; tele
t.hono 1 1 :
" A. U. HUESiNG,
Reirrt3nl a'noni? othor t'.me-trt'id and we!
known Fire Insurance Companies be foilowtnsj
Koyal Inaara'ice Company, of Bntriand.
We-bcitcr Fire Ins. Company of N. Y.
ttaflit'o German lu.Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Roch-ster fier-.ai.n Ins. Co., Rochester, H. Y.
Ri.i-t! Ins. Co.. of Piuntiim-h. Pa.
Bnu Fire Office. London.
Union In. Co., of Calif"r.!a.
Security Irs. 'j ... New Hivnn, Cor.n.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Oo., M ilwaukee. Wis
4orman rirc Ins. Co., of Paoria.Iil,
ORScc Cor. 18th St , and Second Ave
nncrx tsiWtto, tlt.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAKD
lie; reenticg over 40 Milium Dollars
of Cash assets.
Fire, Life. TornarJo-
Bands of Suretyship.
OFFICE Room 21. Mitchell LynJe's blo:k,
Kork Inland, Ills.
Tjyferure our rates: they wi'l Int'-res yon
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
Tba old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Bates as low as any reliable company ran afford
Yonr Patronage U solicited.
r:;i T-;.'--!io 7-cl'ave. aU tbotrorsLlM iz
1'r.X t- atiliciiis k(:o of tho r.yrnra. s cell -.'5
t V.iiri in t'e St.lo, fcc. V."hiio ficirvj
tua'. 1'O ia Cer.&tiat i.-T. enrir? r.i; pro-
coiTtttft'l'ii." 'jrd .-ri: 'I iharomv:u,:!i: unlets it
Jvrr and rc;iiljitt tiw bo?el. vea ii Csy en's
turca n n I TJ
0 tTiey trold I slmos trniwlca ic f hasc vrr, t
tnfcr from thjj d.tr.RiiES complaint; butforto
IiAtr iy tlicirf-r-odijeeados no'.cnd h rre.ai J S'joso
b jcdco try tbem t. ill find thcoe Uttlo Villsval't
fibiIn oiany vara that they will not b wil
to do without them. ut after allaick licsc
fethebtrecf ro many lives thnt trro fa whc?s
W9TnakOT:r7eat bouat. Our i-illa cure it wluia
Cthcr do not.
CertT's I rt-le Li-r-r Pills axe rery s-Tall and
Tory cacy to tal;o. One or two pills uakea dose.
3hi-y aro strictly vegetable and do no. Rrlpe or
Tcrf. b-t by tieir ftatlo action r-leaaa all vhrs
OsetLem. Ia Tiilnct I5cents ; fivef $L &iid
by drugisto ererjwiiore, r acot by LiL
CARTER P7?D!CI!tS CO.. Ny York.
SMALL PI! I, SMALl CDSF. SMALL FpjCr
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
Office Corner Fifteenth street and Third Aye,
Succeeds the Moline Savin?? Bank. Organised 1889
5 PERCENT. 1XTEBEST PAID ON DEPOSITS.
Or!ranir-;d under State Liwa.
Open from 9 a. m. o 8 p. m., and WcSceeluy and
Satnrday nights from T to 8.
Porter Skiiskr. - - President
II. A. A inhworth, - - Vlcc-Pre"ident
C F. IIbxenwot. ... Cashier
Porter Skinner, W. W. VTells,
O. A, Row, H. A. Ainsworih,
. II. E'lvard, W. H. A'iims,
Andrew Frlherfj, i: F. Hemeuway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private particM in the garden
spot I the west by thy
Orchard State Bank
of OKC'HAPD, NEBRASKA .
E. W. Dart. President.
J. S. Daut Cashitr.
Mi'Chell fc Lynde, Bankfrs.
J. F. liohtiiHon, Caftier Hock Inland National
:. C. Carter, M. D.
II nry Dan's So'is, Wholesale rtrootrs.
7 Ank your Drufreist for i
c"" ml non n iiAnrunm rmndv for fill
ihe iinnn.turu.1 ilsrhnrirpai AtA
privata fliwaacs of men and the
f wnmjn Tt rum in tt fw
1-JfStidBvs without the aid or
. i n cnrtrot American cure.
anufartur d by I
) Evan3 Ch( meal Go.
A BIG PLANT.
What the Brush Company Pro
poses to Do.
IMPOETANT EEAL ESTATE DEAL.
The ItHey l'roperty at Flnt Avenue and
Sfventwnth Street I'nri itaHe.I for n I'ur
pose A w Itiiildini; to be Krertril in
the ite, Kqulpprri to iive the City Some
Another impoitarit real csla;e trans
ectii.n occurred in Rock IiUqJ Itte jes
tercocn. It is one that sisriifiet m...re
for Rock Inland than the mere tr-tctfer
of the pre pert y more than any oth. r thtt
has btcn nude here for some time. The
reroUatsons were practically concluded
ttrongh the agency of Koesrer & !ar
tic, by which for a consideration of $10,
250 the property at the southeast corner
of First avenue and Seventeenth street,
210 feet on First avenue and 150 on
Seventeenth, running south to the alley,
pisses from Mrs, Ellen Riley into the
hands of R. II. McMo'len, local manager
cf the Brush Electric company. The
significant result will be the erection on
the site early in the spring of a modern
power plant. Mr. McMullen, the wide
awake managerof the company 'a interests
here since the parent company carte into
possession of the Rock Island cnterpme,
has lost no time since coming here, to im
prove and extend the plant- lie finds
that the present quarters on First avenue
wet-t of Seventeenth are inadequate to
meet the future requirements of the com
pviy, and for some time he has been
negotiating for a more desirable location,
offering better and broader opportunities
Tbo result is yesterday's deal.
Power for all Purposes.
"Our pltins are not entirely matured."
sid Mr. McVullen last evening, "but we
have made this purchase with a tiew of
putting in a plint that will be secocd to
note. We are here to stay, and we pro
pose to hive enly the. best. Wo will
put up a power station of the most mod
ern design with a dvnamo rccm very
similar to that of the street railway com
pany, wtich i the equal of aay. Our
ilea is to furatsh i gbt in such abundance
thfct buioess housre nnd residences may
be illuminated at moderate cost. Then
wc will furnish powtr for all purposes. A
person having our wires in Lis houie may
turn them to usa for t i'h; r illumination or
propu'sion, such is ev.n running a scar
'Besides this we w.li op ply to 'he city
. M ; , ; , f i; , I
auihoriz cg the piping of the city for
6team heat. Wc will seek frincmcs for I
the use of th? alh-ys so as no, to dis t.rb
the pavement, and then put ia he q'lip-
ment by which the exhaust sttara ai ojr (
plan, will be stnt through these pipes j
and converted into practical ua. Tee '
business man whom we prov'uic with !
heat will not he obliged to maintain en :
himself with his brother, W.A.Paul, in the
practice of medicine, has demonstrated the
fact of his confidence in Rock Is'.and by
purchasing of J. H. Drayton, his beautiful
residence proper'y ou Twenty third street
ad Fifth t-Yenue for 5,5CO and will oc
cupy it as toon as he gains posstssioc,
which will be shortly, Mr. Drayton bavin?;
detcrmiced to take his family to Daven-j-ort.
EvL-rv boy ihouid exert himseif to win
The Argcs prize.
The Davenport m;ie track race meeting
opened this tf :erno n.
Hnn. W:l iain M- Springer f peaks it
Moiine tomorrow uiiht.
Mrs.O E.McGiul'.-y left this mornicgen
a visit tofriends at St. Lout".
Carroll Johnsoa, the comedian, appesrs
at tne uunis at UaVdnport I hurs.Iiy even
ing in his splendid comedj, "The Gob
The democrat! are making extencive
preparations for temorow night's dem
onstration in Loner of the W. Ilium 11.
Aids. W. F. Schroeder. A. E. Ne!eoL
and B.F.Knox, together with their wiyes.
left this morning for St. Louis, to be goas
about a week.
EdwarJs & Walsh, the contractors, an
having a r.isagreeable c xperiencc with
the Marquette street sewer ia Davenport
They built a cofferdam a coasiicri" 1
distance into the river to m&ke possible
the extension of pipes. Saturday the
steamer Lone Star pumped the water out
of the crffr (irn. and it wasthein'en
tion to legin wcik on the s:wer this
morning. Sunday niht, however, the
walls of the dam colltpsed under the;
pressure of the water, and ia a few m;n !
utes the entire pumped vacuity was filled ;
and the waves rippled al ng as serenely I
We offer flOJ reward for any case of
catarrh that cannot be cured by taking
liall s Catarrh Cure.
F.J. CHENEY & CO..
Peop3.. Toledo, Ohio.
We, the lUii'erfigr.ed. he known F.
J Chfroey for the i-:st 15 ?eyrs, and bc
lieve him rerftct'y hfinnrf-l; 1h in a ! butt
ress tranfactiocp, aid financially able to
enrry out uay o'.ligations made by thtir
Wet & Ttuix, WheiltSil'i Druggist, To
V--Kim:.', Kir.nsn & ?,!arvia, Whokssle
Prtiirists. T. -'ei!-. OtiiT.
li li s Cn'strh Cu e i- tka i .tcrn.l;:,
tii li.-.g d:rfft'j ujioa tL; t-ioo ; ar.d tnu
c. u surfaces f the system. Price, 75c
ptr bottle. SoM by nil r'ri:r -is s.
Xeedi a fiatance it miv he wt-11 t ? ren
der it promptly, but one should roiacr:
btr to usu only the most ixrfeet renje
d.r s only when ceecled. Th best ard
most sitnp'e nd cectle remedy i the
Syrup of Fi2. manufactured by the Cal
ifornia Fig Syrup Co
A Thoughtfu' Parent
Consults his bc6t interests when he is
prpired for an c-riierEe-cv; he stows
tr-M i;ke a thief in "he cigr t," Croup
r Who? pis:: Cough may com; upn h:s
child withe ul w .itii.- g Cn be t ff rd to
le without a remedy at hand? CtT eb
Cctich Cure is what he should have on
batj-i; it is the one-minute remedy.
For the tickliag in the throat, the hack
ing ccugh, sore lungs, and all tff actions
of that kind, Ca' eb Cough Cure is the
Ca:arrh In Nw EcRland.
Elv's Cream Balm .'ives f ati-fet:0 J to
tv. rvone using it for catarrhal troubles.
O. K. Mellor, drugyUt, Worcester,
I believe Ely'a Cream Bl.-n is the best
srtic.e fir catsnh ever e ff.-red the public.
liush & Co., druggis's, Worcester,
An article of real merit. C. P. Allien,
drut'gis'. Spriutfii-ld. MfcSJ.
1 tir.se who ue it f-netke highly of it.
Geo. A Hill, diuggist, Spricgfi Mass.
Crc-tim Uaim lis given tsti-fictory re
sults. W. P. Draper, dru-:;ist, Sprins
team ilLm S
rlJi i'r.HII I I A Ir.M flirnnirh i v
r t.U )r.7, f r t.i-.ciii" i-u
o, i'nr "t tofe'raii WpjU-in. ri tax rrK, SiHei, fiS
n7, tJ'xslljMsn iur-imti :1 VAf. rt t lh:. Wf-K
PARTS. !-. .rn- f ht rt to i::I.TII V1i'.lI SfTIIkNT;i.
FiffHtr Vitrtw.t ll l-j4tit, or forfeit: J5.kJ0 in enmu,
BKliT mt4 ;fnn mnmi- f- ataJ uj. W ort raam INu
Mnonllj 're-rt in r.N) cmtfift. t-f-1 pmi ht- fr'rec.
liiVa--vvil iitrt ions kspi
k nrK- per m L.- li J ii' m th.i h
a Go B V B W
1 Imparts i- rillianttrARpareliy to rhnlikia. As-
I Imore. r-iii'Pl - e'klo and uiJfulontlona. For
I I ale ail ilrfS-clKss Jnjji ntm, t eioited for fid eta.
apparatus of his own. ne will mcrelv ;
have to turn on tLe beat, and he hs t
at a cost more reasonable than be could
run an apparatus of his own." j
Mr. McMullen is very enthusiastic ov r J
tie prospects of his company in Roc'
Island, and will leave for the cast ehortly
to lay his plars before his company. The
building to be erected will be modern in
appearance and designed to meet the
purposes of the company in the innova
tions it proposes to moke in Rock Islacri
Other Heal F.tttate Transfers.
Al :. Charles Eyans has pti'chased the
30 feet fronting cn Fourth avecue,
own.:d by Ernst Stra'e, just opposite
Mr. E vats' present location, which he
takes possession of at once. In order to
be in keeping with the other improve
ments in tb at vicinity, he hats decided to
tear down the present frame building lo
cated thereon, and in its place erect a
handsome 2-story building after the style
of the Murrin block, The lower floor be
will occupy for his tonsorial parlors,
which will b3 handsomely furnished. The
building will cost about $6,000.
Dr. F. D. Paul, who recently removed to
Rock Island from Cambridge, associating
WLa. the Il-ja. George G. Ws. : ajs :n I
regard to t!e supers, iiiy of tle drs; b- !
Ix rgV li-im.ind terd noo-chirgeable set c
I sm u'rg glasses which I purchafi
froro Prof. Hirscl.berg aa.l they aro tie
bes-t I e ver tried; it uffor.la tr.e gre...:
plcatura tD recommrtd Prof. Ilirschbcrg
;.s t n e X'tllerit optlciar, ncd his glasses
are simply unequil'ed In rr.v fxierienee
G. G. Vest "
These spectacles are for sale by T. II
TLoma?, aer.t for Rock Island.
Is the greaust bkssing ever oficred child
hcirin women. I have bten a midwifd
c:acy years, and in each case where
Mother's Fri r:d has betn used, it has ac
ronQplih(d wocdsra nnd relieved rar.ch.
eulltrirg It is" tie bt st remedy for lis-,
ing of t!ie breast known, and worth the
price for thst aloie.
Mns. M. A Brewster. Montgomery, Ala.
I Have, aa You Know.
been selling Bradfield's Ferutilo R;ula!or
for years, and have htd &sleadily increas
ing demand for i; it gives the very best
satisfaction. I frequently sell it to phv
sicians, who use it in their prnctice with
the most s&tisfctory results.
R Thomas, M. D.,
Sold by Hartz & Bahdscn.
Amona the thoussint's of testimonials
of cures by Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure,
is that of Nathan Aiiisocs, a well-known
cilizea bf Glen Rick. Pn , who for years
had shorints e;f breath, eleepliTSLess,
pain in left side, shoulders, smothering
spellt, etc.; one bottle of Dr. Miles' New
Tlet-ri Cure and one box of Nerve and
Liver Pills, cured h m. Peter Jaquet,
Salem. N J., is another witness, who ft r
twenty years suffered with heart disease,
was pronounced incurable by physicians,
death stared him in the face, could cot
lis down fcr fear of smothering to death.
Immediately af'er using the New Cure
he felt better and could lie down and
sleep all night, and is now a well man.
The New Cure is sold, also free book, by
Hartz & Bahcsen.
is and will ever be the
joints, Neuralgria, Sprains, &C.
xtexore yea ceea to ony, osiaia
l m to c c ri c puabtc i
the T-alaabl boolt: "Guide to Health,"with
enaoeiiitAi ui uruunuei-fe uuvuuu
F. AD. RSGHTER &C0
17 Warren Sir.
lifr Prbo Uprfati iarsrffsrl !
I'lVaWIU rIIMI M W W -
European Houses: Eadolstadt, Lcudon,
Ef Vienna, l'rag3a.Eotterdaai, 0itent
25 & 50 Cts. a bottle, For Sale by
"J other ?mrr?5"-
Unlike the Dutch Process
are n-ed In the
VV. liAi'atii c"tv IU.HJ
!l'; xrhirh it nhsnlutlu
pure and soluble.
' with Starch, Arrowroot or
Scear. aDd is far more eco
nomical, costing less than one cent a cup.
It ia delieioua, nourishing, and easu.7
Scll byCrorera etcrjuhrra.
W. BAEER & CO., Dorchester, Maia.
Ink, Paper. Tablets,
Satchel?-, S.rps. Baskets,
Percil Boxe, Jsu'ers,
and everything i ecessary fur
W. TREFZ & C0.t
223 Fourth Ave.
b f. i.ovn.1. a ?o
Niv.u'irt.u iD?rR?s.: Brjatiu i-.cc
Ftrcy. -'i:eT ajTt.-- jftmurij c,T
QUI e m. AN O fOil T V nmlrar St
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iOLTl 3T HA--TZ Bi ESSES
!T WILL MOT
tW YOU TAKI
$5 00 Htnard for aai
tnjuriaaa aubataoea tooad
ta the Capaaln.
Montr rafunded if Dot
lay. Sent poatpald
o racatpc ef prica.
NORMAN LIOHTY. FAMfLT OMSHWT.
Dmm IVIolna. lowtu
Forsaleb all drueiott. riariz A lliirifr,
LABOR. TIME, MONEY
Use it your own way.
It is the best Soap made
For aching Machiue use.
WARNOCK & RALSTON.
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EsUte or Eli?lis p. RvvdoWk, deceaocd.
The undersigned having been apj.o:ct d execn
torof the last will a' d Wet uni-n t of E'i"ha K.
Kt-ynold. lato or the county of Hock I'ar.i5.
s"tsa of Illinoip. dctaod, hereby (civie notice
that he will appear before the connty court of
Rock Island county, at the office of the rk-rk or
said court, in the city of Rock lland,t the Decern -bvr
term, on the first Monday in l).cerab, r no-.
at which ttme R'l pcrror hivins: clain e asraiit
paid estate are notified and requested to attend
for the purpose of havinp the same djnsred. At I
persons indebted to said estate ar requested to
make i-nmediAte payment to the nnder-iKiied.
Dated this 2tst dv r.f September, A. D
E. P. REYNOLDS. JR., Executor.
Est ite of John Carlson, Deceased.
Tue undersigned bavin beenap winto 1 sd-nii
Istratrix tit tsc Mttc of Joha Cs'l-r.
1 U) oi the conn j of Ruck Ia'and, stale of J!Iiiw,
dreased,hereby j.-ivea liot c.; that the will appt-ar
before the county c urt of Ro;k ls:ani coumy, nt
the office of the clerk of said court. In the city of
Rock Island, a fthe Dicembe r term, on the fln-t
Monday In December next, at which time
all persons having cl .ins rga n't snid estate are
notified and requested oaiund, ior the purpose
of having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted t said esta'e are reques
ted to make immediate payment to the under
L ated t ia ltith day of Pei L A. P. 16;.