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THE AHGUS. SATURDAY, JAKUAltY 20, 1894.
BO.NDS WILL ISSUE.
Rctardfe. of the Threatened
Trades Union 8uit.
CAKLISLXII HOT 81TI30 11TTTHI50
la tha twnl Oftolmt OMiIm Tkal Ik
fc. ml ft. Mrm Mava MaMltot la Cearl
aatvrsM r.tm n tnifMwr
aaJaWttoaTaa "Vawtla" Wae4
tala" Mm feat at Bmm Mm Tala
WAuiM:Tt, J no. ? The TUlfltnore
Hpnfch Nnnnnnciti a threatened Injtinc
tUm hytWKhiM of fahnr aen'int Sro
fetary t'arll.le to retnln him from inliit
Vi,hsi.iii la hntU a. cntefn4ateil hy him,
rae taken tothe trra.nrT rtrpnrf mrnt nt
shnwa i the eertetarr. CnrlUle merely
feail the ilUpatrH. Tint ilerlinetl to any aty
tiling Ml the snhjert for (nt Mir at ion. Other
HclaUct tha department to whom the
dispatch wi shown trrt not surprised on
learn In lu content. The feeling of the
Knisl.t of Lalwr and ef lalx anione irra
rally on ImkkI i;ia rt known to
r unfavorable, a hud been shown y tb
passage ntrailnttni aifaio-l it. The of
ficials were ttuit in the opt tion that the
secretary hal not hinic mm than tempor
ary delay to fear f nwi injunction iimreeil
inir nl even tbi they liI not tMnk in
the leeat ih-uree prolml.le. The secretary
connltel tha attorney funeral Iba law
n'M-rrof the government anil the prvst
ilent liefore lauinn the hnl call.
mi a llnpefal nllnk fair IK Knight.
AilitUi for writ, ot injunction or
ttifinilnmu Bk'alnt drjxirf tnent btllrlaW
are uuallr ml to one of tha Jnticraof
the supreme eottrt of tha Ihatrirt of Co
ItimliU. An t'Pt from a lei-l-lon of the
supreme court of the District wonM Ict
to the lMtrirt court of ap;ala, hut in the
ordinary ronrxe if erenr eottl I not !
tieani liy tba nitihrf ronrt f eev.-ral
rrvrnth, nhlr an onhr lvnnrinit it on
the ralctxlar wa, niaile. I'rom the conrt
f rnwita tha rne miitht I takm to the
I'hltril ."tate supreme ronrt if iiM li
eottraiftiient that ntMiietint!y woull
hm met hy lb enjoioer in the lower rotirt,
I 1 n't rnue thm tf rt aw lhc-ir rflort
It I, x-litet thnt Do drlay won 1. 1 I orra
lotinl tiy thnv k-unl pmrmMinv, a ivrn
a fmporury Injunction woulU ioul.tI,
' l'tiir. Th 1 itl iotw of tha bouMt
know not hinii aNmt the injunction mrnin.i
the htl Iwuf. Jvrry iinn. of Kan
wiy, ha will have no bnntl in it. but
Woul.l t kUA ii it were tntr.
ttlaatl Maa4a taa Want t win."
TU (,-t-nornl opinion amotitf the lawyer
of the hona t, thnt the pmcntlinc wonM
have ho ianlinff in rotirt. frn ct)ti
lunt I, xprwi! amon the ailver i l
er, of the hono euiint the "itolil ri.t,un'
f fWri-tary "Mrli-U-'a nptirenf a Ul ml.
It;tttl wiya that It h the lirt linie be baa
ever an .fn inl tatm nl ilrrl.nin to
aofpt s.lvrr or any ofthevariou, fomi,
uf b'u'tl li-mh-r atwl rHlrini Tnirnt in
tf'lii onlr. "The wamLirl nilvrr tlolUr I,
fuii Irirai tenlrr," mi. I IU.iivI, -i.J it
i I oiTerett anil rereireit in WTment
fur lhp liomla. The art nnib-r wbU'b tha
ImtMU are iwnel proeuie, that they fthall
narnMe In 'coin.' It ilor, not any Vn(
roin'- At the time f the art the ManOarJ
ilver tlollar wa, a fuii b-inl ttnii. r. ao
that it Miiiot lie inclutletl ia tita nteaaib of
.Le worl 'coin.' "
lilaiMl aeeaM " la ttl, IIMery.
font of the ant lull v.r mn takr t-'i
with I;!mmU on thi, point. They oar Hint tl.e
mind, at WHUe-l tinder the reunplMn art
if i;: which proviile, that Nm!, aLouM
lie imiIiI fur "roin," but thry (.oint out thnt
'"fore thK in l",3,ailTer waailrmonetlznl.
that it eon lil ttot lie im luilnl in tha
meaniiiv of the won! coin." Awle from
the b-uality of the bU1 cUtnv, however,
the ailver men any It N auain,t pnlitic poi
try to nmke a public ilirriniiMt ion uiut
one of the nmnry nietnl, now In Ue aii'l
thnt Hie effrrt of the aMcrrtary'a action i,
tcml to arnil itolii to a premium anl to
liKtnrb tha parity la-twren unli anU .lr
,l.r Mleer Tkaalle Waal Saw.
Trai-ey of New York ail: 'rM:rrtary
CarlNle want no mure ailTer.fur beairrady
hn In thtnaury much more than be
want. M'bat i, neeilril ia (toUL It fortu
nate nmler thew rirenmntanre, that the
law lillow, him to arrnre the pnrticulur
nietni he wantn. While the bond are paya
lile in irol.l, yet In aclling tbem tba aecre
tnry haa the authority tuaecure payment
In any cln of coin be need,. a, the txprn
purHMe of that Inw wa, to Hire a mcuna of
niretinK the heedn of tbe treasury."
DALZELL VERSUS JOHNSON.
Tha Kryalawe Maa aa4 tba llaeheye Clwe
Was1IN(.Tos. Jan. 'My Tbe tioawa la
tnnklnu alow pnixri with the amend
menta to tlia tariff bilk Only one week
fciore reninlne atwl lena than twenty amend
ment, to Blaiiit IfiM) panuirapba buve beon
di,puMd of. Tbe arsnnK'lit between John
Hon and ItaUcll orer tha pmiMjaitioo to put
ateel mil, on the f rea li-t wa continued,
and tiuUull completed hi, aamtult on tha
Ohio free trader. In tbe rmire of hi
peecb he al l; "I uenlra to any further
that 1 do not believe be JounBonj imyt
bluher Wiim-a thnn bl, neiuhlair,. 1 bare
thiaon the authority of the president if
theCnmbria irwnwnrka When all ele ia
Unnr one arrow ia left In tha quiver of tbe
free trade demattoguu aliaw of Mr. C'ar
Hegle. (Krpnbticnn appUue.J Jubnaoa
and t.'nrnritle atand la the anme category!
tbey are both 'rulihcr baron;' both have
f rown rich, but there tuenniilurity ceaaca.
"lu the tuiiUt ot tbe tireTailing diatrca
Caraeuie, tha true philanthropist, hi rIt
lag V'.mo a day for the relief of tbe poor
hi llttalmm. while tba fitlae pbibin
tbmpi.it from LloerbtnUtukea advantage of
tha winter a bla to dicker about the
wait nf hie eniployea. Mr. Jobnaon naa
waxed fat on tbe watered atuckof biaatreet
tailroad. bin income from that auarce ia
l.W a d:iy. bia bank arrooot ia awrlled
by tbe manufacture of mil, umlrr tha pro
tection of patetita. All thia I auppuxe, can
le dona outahle of thia cbamlmr without
critic Wm (appliniaa on lpublic.tn lilc.
but an lotuc aa 1 have a turn here no one
hall be allowed to niaaiuerada aa a phi
lanthmpi! and with abameleM and un
Uuslilng effrontery prupvae to atrik down
Tba Itepublicaaa a pp landed IlHlxr'J to
tba echo when bo eat down, and then tba
memlier flocked over to tba IVtuotratic
aide to liatew la Jobnaon reply to tba Uu
ter pcrwmal aamnlt of hie antavmiat.
"The queatiow before tba coaamitlcv hi
Whether steel tails ball ro on tbe trea
liat,M betaw Jebaan calmly. "I have
listened la tka tearful Uiada asaiaat aaj-
wlf tiA my partner, bnt even confr!n5
tSat all be air 4, true that 6(Trr no rr.i
snnwbytterl rl!, abentd not goo tha
free liat. (Apfilane J The peraoml side
rftlii mnimvery wn not brought Into
thi, bmie by ne. I n tilierl Intlzell tlirca
that I Intended to do whitt I
l,e don, an that he niiuttt prepare to do
tend the ateel rail pL Instead of erm
ini( hint with armn?nt, be bat
KroMuht pins bere to stick into ma.
"With rrfcrroce to the personal chargrs
t k, nind 1 aleoire to addm, inyaelf
k-icfly.Th- f!r4 i that I am a monopoli,t.
1 pltwd Kutlty. IlJiuthtcr. Tbe next i,
tbat I am luannfacturiiiK a cl of nits
rrnterted by Pif ratent. and will not be
affected by free rail. We or.'.y have twen
ty or thirty patent, on mil.; we tried to
perpetuate the monopoly and coctrul the
market, but tbe rutin decided avnlnt u,.
Ibat threw naopcii lo Imme coinpetitinn.
My amendment pnpoee to pnt j;itler
mi!, '.n I tie fre i:.t aothat we wiil b
open to the world's rompetit ion." (Ap
plauae ) Jolinon went on to explain thnt
the eltcrnntire m fo rcdtico wases or
rloaethe mill, entirely, as was dous at
arrow's IVint, Mil.
Johnims amcmlnient wo, rejected.
INDUSTRIAL IVPKOVEVENT NOTED.
Iareae la the Namberof People at Work,
bat Ketlnrtloo In Wacr.
New Yuuk, Jan. a.-K. . Dun & Co.'s
weekly review of trade: The event of the
week i tbe offer of .Y!,0O0,O(X United
Mates 3 kt cent, ten year Uu. Tbe de
cision of tbe eccretary give, much sutis
f.Ktlon to alt who curs for a aound cur-a-nrr,
lwcatie the neceHities of the trea-n-y
were dangerously J-'.peni(lieninK tlioe
w bo urn-d tho ivue of c."'J.t".'i more il
ver ccrtillcnten.iiiiHt silver "M-ifrniorapt"
tolenel. ThejroM tot repn-vRted liy
ccrtiflcte, ha, f.illen tilow tZi,ui),(M
The revenue continue to Jnll behimi thnt
of at year alanit f.",.ii),nri rr month,
and a-! ion in otiiwwon variori f.nancial
mrnire ia liable nt any time to excite
doubt whether roM .iynu'iit can ha
inniutaineiL Iieneutlie r. ple:i;linieat of
the gold reerve wn neccary to a retorn
tion of confidence and a revival of Imsi
Wliile indii'trial improvement eontiniie,
the pain I alow, ami the im reve in th?
purcb.iinit Mjwer of the people l.y rnlnrve
meiit of the fon-e at work ia in a measure
counterlmUnecd l y lUtf v io pun-linin3
pawer of the p.-iple throuuti reduction
in Wim pnid Iluriuit the t week d.
taf ' !- have told ot ri-duction aver iim;
U Jar cent. In lit I. vn irwi ami tt, J woi,
ai.d av.mtitirf li'; k-t cent, in tcxtila
works five emploj itin thoti-ond of ban 1
each hnvitifr redurel i.ii pir cent.
Mrouwli.lf tweiay-Uvc textile and eleven
In n mid ateel cotio r;i ro.ii in. d. whoily or
In Mrt, aaiuatM Vcnte.n textile aud four
Irm curinta atoppinu or rc luejn foroo.
Tfce volume of tieim ihine be, inrreascd
ia l;..u- brucelu-. but not k;r !y.
TliecXi.-r, of export, ov.r lu.ports ia
tX-omticr wa, c.!,!"'.'"!. but the cx
C biUl era ecmrt 1 lo foresbadow pil l ex
port,, tireater cociliiieti-e biinnd in tbe
litMnci.il future Would l of e-;r:a'. r
vicein ci.nnriw- tnilha raiit;ri- f ir I he
week have lai n 4 " iu tba I niteil State,
a.aint .) l.i.st year, and i in Cana !
aciintU lat year. I'or the tirttleven
Ujr, in .fiiiiuary tbf report-d linl:l:tie, of
firm failiui; were ( .."il.Si'i, of wh:-h V
Ji.nr.j were in manLlaetiirin nnt t,:f...
J in tnMliiur conrrrn. It:tt the niimia-r
of failure alainl tlie t,r.t of the yenrd a-,
not tircrir.Iy Judical a IjuX stale of
LVNiHEO HIM, OF COURSE.
fie Had the tirit to iH.Vn.l Hi, Allrfrt
Xi:wO;LI.tN:..Jan. t) A white moawas
killed and a la.y seriou!y injured in nn at
tempt to whip a neia the pnri'j of
Wet Keiiciaua. Tbe neuro wa accuvd ol
atttinc f.rc to a rim cr.b on tbe (Jn en
woihI plnntnt ion nud n mob ws crsnnizv 1
to un to hi bone an l hotowl.i;i l.iia. The
mull proceeded to the rnMn of the Lera
and knot ked for admittance.
When the lM-cro binrd t lie tioi-e on the
ttt?ide be picked up bi, Run tnd imnicdi
ately netl lire on the crowd and auc
reeilc I in killing a plantation hand tamcJ
Itotiert and iu aerioiisly wounilicfi a boy,
tbe n of IVoprietor I feed, of the plant v
tion. The Crinp of the nero infuriatej
the crowd an l the tln-ir wa l.r km in.
The nero waa drajred out after a hard
reaitatu and w.t uiken to a tree, where
bl iHaly wta strung up and nddled with
The labe Carrier, Convention.
DtTUolT, Jan. SO. Tlio Wat carrier,'
Conventi m nt iU cl'riiia nesi(in i:cu-(.d
variou plan, for renlatini; the con;nirrce
of the tikes and referred nil prnKa!, to a
committee cou-itinj of M. A. llradley. of
Cleveland: A. A. 1'arker mid V:lI;nm iliv
inKton, Jr., of Detroit; J. S. Djtihuui, of
t'iiicaao: Thomn Wilwm, f Clevelnnd;
Jnnir, Vance, of Milwaukee; (i (i. H.idleyi
fI Toledo; ivtwanl r-im'.b. of Buflulo; II.
A. llawttiMid, of Cleveland. The commit
tee will report Mme plan to the Cuancs
Committee at tbe iirt meet : lie in March.
I'orger heatenecil to I'rion.
KokoMo, IuJ Jan. 2J. Kred W Lyons,
wanted for forgery nt Chicago. L.jjaa
port. Wabaik. Kichmond, Kokumo,
Cmwforuavr.le. M uncle, Sacinaw, and
other place, was ttven a two-year sen
tence bere. Ills wile i here !rn,- CI l--.
and thcra was a pathetic seen in the
courtroom, loiun i.yoa Is a son of I.
A. I .yon, a wealthy lumber merchant of
Alleged Coalralor I llrharced.
Cul:TL.k. Wy..Jaa. 25. -The Uat ot
the caes whii'h rew out of tbe famous
Johnson county invasion ha Veen dipu.ed
of in the United Male court. Cluywn
Cruse, who ba, lieen held to answer to s
charm of conpiracy t murder UeorRe A.
Wellman, a deputy CniteJ states marshal,
killed In Johnson county In Alay, lfsi,
Matt Veatlbnle Their Car.
ST. I'Al'U Jaa. SO The cae auaiust
Frank Hoskin. superintendent of the
street railway, arrested for vlulut.-ia ot the
law reriuirinif street mil road companies to
e,tibul tbe cars for the protection of e:a
do)en, wa!ei:ided acainst tbe company.
The ca,e will be taken at once to tbe su
frrnie court on ap;aal for final deciwua.
tie Was Heavy aa the Kale."
New Yoiac. Jan. SO. AuKuttu A.
Thompson, an Lngliihm.in Cjyetrs old,
wa arraigned In co-:rt her charged with
waking a check for t:.V.Q out of cue for ii,
andtwa otlwrs for O.C00 each out of a
couple f jr tZ each.
Aa Old lead Kewlts la Mardcr.
ntXTox. Ills., Jan. 23. At bmoilwrsvUle
V. iley Kiddle was shot and probably faul
ty injured by IHavid Smothers. Tbe cause
as an old fuuL bmotberais till ai larga
At Trinitj eb.tpel, Kcv. R. K.
Swtvt. rector, crcn song and Sunday
school at 2:3d p. m. " ,
At tlie Central Presbyterian cer
viees a usual, rra.tchinj by tlifi
alor, Kov. John II. Kerr, at "10:30
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sundav
hoil at 11:13 a. rn. Y. P. S. C. K.
at 6:4. p. m.
At Trinity church. Rev. R. F.
Sweet. S. i'. D.. rector, tomorrow
ScptuafMnia Sunday; Sundar
school at 9:15 a.m. Matins, sermon
and celebration at 10:15 a. m. Even
son and sermon at 7:30 p. m.
At the Itronilway Presbyterian.
IIpv. W. S. Mar.jui. pastor, will
eonihtet air v ins at 1:45 a. m.
and 7:3 ) p. tn. Sundav nelinol fttH:li)
a. in. South Park school at 2:3) p.
m. Yonno; people's meeting at C:I5
At tho Christian chttrc!). pre.ioli.
inj hy tlie pastor. Kev. T. W. Graf
ton, at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Morning subject, "Walkinjj on the
Water;' eveninj:, "The Impregnable
Rok o( Temperance Reform."
Sunday school at 0:15 a. m.
Y. l S. C. K. at C:33 p.
m. Mi?jrn Sunday school ' at
Twenty-ninth street 'chapel at 3
At the First Methodist, Kev.
F. W. Merrell, pastor, will conduct
services at l0:4-! a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Morning subject, The Op n Secret
of Power:" evening, "Ancient and
Mmlern Ueeh.tlrites." an address on
the temperance p!edp, the service
lieirijj for reil rildioners. Sunday
school at J:3'j n. m. Yoiin jwoplu5
meeting at C:3i p. in.
At the First F.nrdNt. preaching ly
the pastor. Rev.C. K. Taylor. Ph. 1).
Su'ij.vt for morning, "Can These
Dead Live?" for evening. "Pearls."
It is expected tae ordinance of bap
tism will lie administered at the close
of the evening service. Sunday
school at 0:15 a. m. Jnnir
i'.ar.t-st I'nion at 2:3) p. m. It. Y.
P. T. meeting at f:3.) p. m.. Millie
Hiilier leader. Topic. "The Pearl
of tircat Price." Sunday school
(at the Forty-fourth street chapel
at s p.m.. t. :.i. smnet, super-Sntendi-r.t.
(iospcl service in the
cliajn l nt 7:3.) p. m.
W'Un have tried Hood's Sarsaparilia
wlmt t'.iey tiiinV. . it. an I the reply
will he jwisi'.ivo ia it favor. Simply
what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that
tells the story of its merit. One has
1-ei n cured of inoigcslion or dyspep
sia, anotl.er lir.ds its indese':isab!e
for sick headache or biliousness,
ivhile others rejort remarkable cures
of scrofula, catarrh, rheumatism,
salt rheum, etc.
Hood' PiUs are purely vegetable.
Tropsals will lie received by the
mayor and chairman of the lire ami
light committee of the city of Hook
Island, 111., until Jan. 25." 1891. at 5
o'clock p. nt., for supplies needed in
the extension of the lire department
of said city, vii:
Two two-hnrsc hose wagons, with
full line of eijtiii mentsincltiding
one 3 Moot extension and one 11-foot
single ladder. Each wagon to weigh
not more than 2.1) pounds, and to
be so constructed as to carry two Cre
extinguish rs. Workmanship and
material to be guaranteed.
Two double sets of lire department
swinging harness, with Xoe'g patent
liane and hangers for harness. One
set of single harness. One single
buck-board wagon for fire chief.
Three horses suitable lor lire de
The city has the right to reject
any and all bids.
T. J. Mudill, J it.. Mayor.
Chairman of Fire and Light Com
mittee. Hock Island, III., Dec 29, 1893.
Notice to Contract ire.
Sealed proposals will be received
nt the city clerk's f fTi.-e, Rock Island,
III., until Monday, Feb. b. at 5
o'clock p. m.. for" the building of a
scale house and pavilion for the city
of Rock Island. 111. Plans and spec
ilieatlons on file at the city cierk's
All bids must lie accompanied with
a eertilied cheek in the sum of $100,
payable to the order of the city of
Kock Island. 111., which shall become
forfeited to said city in case the bid
tier shall fail to enter into contract
with approved surietics. to execute
the work for the price mentioned in
his bid, and according to the plans
and sjiecilications, in the event that
the contract shall lie awarded to him.
The city reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids.
Ruck'lsland. 111., Jan. 17, 1891.
T.J. MctHLL, Jit., Mayor.
A. D. Ht esixu, City Clerk,
ftfecia! Asaeaasnciita Doe.
The following payments on special
assessments are now due, and after
March 1, will be delinquent, from
which date, eo.ts will be added:
T..lrd lntamen on Fourth and Fifih aveone.
Wrrant So J-JK.
Third lii'a Immt, Thirdsveiioeand Kioetecnth
S'rret. Kan4nt No. M4.
ronrta inuil Bent, oa Twentieth street. War
icstallraent, Second avenue, warrant
fr-rond instaltatent. Fourth avenae, warrant
teonnd lLS'allaient, Eighteenth street, warrant
2o. a sx
Alt Installments, Foarteeath aveaae, wsr.-ant
e o. S' 1.
Ali initallnents, oizteenth street, wamot Ka.
All te t ailment, teveatb ward aswer, warrant
All Inatarimea'e. aewer Krerateeiltti, street,
yintb Tenia, avenae. warrant Se. ais.
rf!."' ""J? ta.t.lleeta, brr.a eentb.
lillsu." TwentjHhaw eirscta, warrant
L M. Bi FOUD, City Collector,
Peoples National Bank.
Pork G'tlmore's pork.
Hat sale at Blackburn & Co.'s
Wahl's medicated healing soap.
Hats at half price at Blackburn &
Now is the time to buy. $5.00 hats
go at 12.50 at Blackburn & Co.'s
"Leave your laundry orders at 1820
Second avenue. Harper house block.
We mean what we sav, frames that
cost f 1.00. at 50 cents "at Blackburn
Call at Blackburn & Co.'s and pick
out a hat. They must go at 5')cents
on the dollar. ,
IiOavc your packages for the Mo
line Electric laundry at 182) Second
avenue. Harper house block.
The Moline Electric laundry has
opened a branch oflieo in the room
occupied by Mellngir ticket ofiice
and the Postal Telegraph company.
The Molinc board of education
awarded the contract for the new
High school, on Thursday evening,
to Morrison Bros.. Tueblol Col., for
$45,916, and (Si ) for additional Hoof
ing. Tho steam launch ordered trans
ferred from the battleship Illinois at
Jackson park, Chicago, to Moline for
the nse of the battalion of the Illinois
Marine corps of that city, has ar
rived. The launch is 30 feet, over
all, in length and 7 fees. 10 inches
beam, and draws r.lmut three feet of
water. This cutter has been in use
at the World's fair. It was built by
the trnvernniont at a cost of $1.00;),
and is unusually well built anil fin
ished, this lioing nearly double the
usual cost. It is fitted 'w ith a com
plete torpedo outfit, the hull covered
with copper, and it has all necessary
eopjvr tanks and filters. Nearly all
the parts of the machinery are in du
plicate. A Xiili'B Fnerds.
A friend in need is a friend indeed,
and not less than one million people
have found just such a friend in Dr.
King's New Discovery for eonstiniii
tion. coughs and colds. If you have
never used this great cough medi
cine, one trial will convince you that
it has wonderful curative jxwcrs in
all disca.-es of throat, chest and
lungs. Each bottle is guaranteed to
do all that is claimed or money will
le refunded. Trial bottles at "llartz
& L'lienieyer's drug store. Large
bottles 5c"and $1.
We de.-ire to say to our citizens
that for years we have Wen selling
Dr. King.- New Discovery for con
sumption. Dr. King's New Life pills.
Bnekiin's Arnica salve, and Electric
bitters, and have never handled rem.
eilies that sell as Tell, or that have
given such universal satisfaction.
We do not htsitate to guarantee them
every time, and w stand ready, to
refund the purchaser's price, if satis
factory results dn not follow their
use. These remedies have won their
great popularity on their merits.
Hartz & Lliemeyer, druggists.
BrCKLEX-S AltSICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers salt rheum
Fever sores, ttttcr. chapped hands,
ehilblains, corn. ami all kin erup,
tions, and positively jures piles or
no pay required, it is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Hartz & Ullemeyer
Lowest rates, quickest time, and
choice of routes via the C. U. I. & P.
railway. (Kock Island route) to Flor
ida, California, Texas or Mexico
greatest variety of winter towns
ever offered. For full particulars
apply to F. 11. Piummer. ticket
agent. Rock Island depot, oi address.
I- M. Al.LEX.
General Agent, Davenport. Ia.
Taxes arc now due and payable at
county treasurer's office, court house
building. Bring last year's tax re
ceipt. EliWAItti BaIeksfeld.
K- C. Clakke, Deputy- Collector.
The usual treatment of catarrh is
very unsatisfactory, as many can
testify. ProjH-r local treatment is
jwsitively necessary to succes. but
many, if not most of the remedies in
general use afford but temporary re
lief. A cure certainly cannot be" ex
pected from snuffs, powders, douchas
and washes. Ely's Cream Balm
which is so highly commended, is a
remedy which combines the impor
tant requisites of quick action,
specific curative power, with perfect
safety and pleasantness to the pa
tient. The druggists all sell it.
Vhen T-ahy tra? sictc, we pave m fistoria.
V.Tien rbe waa a CSiilil, she cried for CaiCoria.
TTbca she bocamo litem, she clunj to Castoria.
When she had CI Jldren, she gave Uaaa Castor at
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Moat neonls ia.I
to use it. - .
Coutrhinf leads tn onunn,n:A
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
Children Cry for
WELL KNOWN RIVER LM
Mr. A. M. Hertzberg, the Popular
Steamboat Engineer, with the
Van Sant & Musser Trans
He Exprcses Himself as Well Pleased
With the Treatment of Drs.
Stackhouse and Daniel
Which Brought About
His Recent Re
covery. For hundreds of miles nn and
down the Mississippi, from this
point, there are few men better
known or more highly esteemed
than Engineer A. M. Hertzberg, of
the Van Sant & Musser Transiiorta-
tion company. The statement that
Mr. Hertzberg makes public in these
columns today possess a pecular in
terest, and is of utmost importance
to thousands of residents of the three
cities and their environments.
F.NtilNF.EK A. M. HKKTZHEKO.
"For a long time." said Mr. Hertz
berg. "I have experienced a great
deal of trouble from catarrh in its
most severe forms. My eyesight be
came affected, and my eyes were at
times watery and very weak. I had
more or less headache nearly ail the
time, with occasional attacks of diz
ziness. "My hearing far the past year has
been very bad. and was constantly
growing worse. I had throat troub
les, too, that were very annoying.
The frequent reports of cures pcr
formed by Dis. Stackhouse and Dan
iel in cases where other physicians
had failed, induced me to "take a
course of treatment at their insti
tute. From the very first 1 began to
improve. My progress has eyer
since continued steadily and without
interruption. To say that I am well
pleased with the results of their suc
cessful treatment in my case docs
not sufficiently express the high es
teem in which I hold those physi
cians and their methods. I am more
than pleased, and am glad to recom
Mr. Hertzberg has always resided
in Davenport and LeClaire, in the
same county. His home at present
is at LeClaire.
Fo-treitroent. mir'ne and f rrvtrrp In all
ra. a of CiiTnrra or kM.dr d a lmen , there t ao
elane- In exc -of a moi.ih ai the Slack h nee
'ei.-B 1i.Mln.tr. At ih' low rn'e is aupplied
everiihirc n-ccjMirjr to fleet a ihjroah care.
TREATMENT BY MAIL,
VrrTffor umpt.vn b'ar.k end prticnlr of
nrs. Markhnate cud HaBal'j stem i f hone
trent-rent f.w tio wlo c naot conveniently
vint Uiem .1 their otBcer.
Stackhous8 Medical Institute,
URBINE STACKHOUSE, M. D.
JOSEPH A. DANIEL, M. D.
SPSCIATIES-Catarrb. Asihma. Di'esses or
iheEjc,Ear. Noae, Tta:ot and Large. Ncrroaf
Direnwa, lUoud mil Sk;n UiscaK. Chronic Die
cac. Ofllce II sura-9 a. m. to 12 m . t to 1 and 7 ta e
o. m. ; San lv. 3 to 5 p. m. only.
Rooms 17 and 18 Whitaker Building.
(Fin-t Floor. Take the Elevator.)
SUITU WEST CUKNEU B..AI1V AXD THI till
ST K SETS,
DAVENPORT. - - IOWA.
Piraiinent'v ca'aMithed, ccntraUr located.
con pl. teljr eqa iixil.
Wholesale Dealer and Importer of
Wines and Liquors.
1616 and, 1618 Third Ave
Washes ZTdt7tY.Bg Froa a Tin.
r1V TT..jk.V!.ri. . M2 mm .
Lacs Cvtabia Epedalty,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
A. M. & L. J. FsVRKER,
Telephone No. 121 4.
at" " - . T
-' .ftaMljl Sa, .
ai" - i aw tmH'-mitr-T-
"DISEASES Of WOMEN AXD CHILD KIN,"
a eta a.rt aWars, tut tcato or foa,
Beader, m IT ring from wvf remnlMnt
worth c vrrjthln' to too. iiPtlers for ath
oea by anr physicians only. ZO.V I'UOUA
Sustain Home Industry
The Best Beer Made,
On Tap everywhere.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, his one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
ISCOUroRATED UNDER THE STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Kock Island, III.
Opea' 1 I t from a. m. In 3 p. m., and Satarday eveaiiigs froa T to 8 eVIoak.
Fire per cant Interest paid oa Deposits. Money loaned on Personal col-" '
lateral or Real Estate security. .
F.L WTCBKLT.Preal. F C. UKNaKANS, Vice Prest. ; JJ BCFORD, Cashier
P. L. mtcheH, F. C. Denka-ami, John Croliaiicb, rhtl Xl'cbetL H.P. Half. L. Oases.
JS.W bort. J. M. Uufunl. John VolkT
Jlcwos A Beast. Solicitors. . " : J ' r ' -
Besa bualoeaa Jnlj a, 1S90, and occapy the soctheast comer of Kitchen Lrnde's sea bciKHac
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenae.
B. F. DeGEAK,
Contractor and Builder.
Office and Shop 225 Eignteenth Street
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
SsT"An kinds of Carpenter work rpeeiatty. Plasaaad esUsaataa far an fefadaafaaUiaM
aroiahea oa aaoitcattoa.
C. J. W. SCHREIUCR,
Contractor arid Builder,
Un lUS Faarth ave&ae. Residence 1119 roarta avenae.
Plaas and rperi-tion fara1he4 on at! clawSnf sjorkt alas acnat tor Vmer fratsnt.
iaaide diiia itl!ada.aoaelaiBC new. etxUaa aadaeaUmMa
BOCK rSLAKO ILL
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, NO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE, - ,
Bhop on Vina 8tre&
6E0B6K 8CB4EK, Proprietor. 1
ISM SecBBd Aveaaa, Ooraar of BtxtaeaU
The choicest Wine. Llouors.
Irae LaMa Keare Das
J. 1. ftOfBBRftlA.
Plumbers, Steam, Crao Fitters.
House Heating and Sanitary Plombin: Basement Bock Island Nat Bank.
Beeatvsts C I R LB a Faialess, perfert
development aad taas Brerents life-lot
Snstalns and soothes Orenrorketl
Women, Exhausted Mother.
and prevents prolapsus. ;
Cares Palpitation, Sleeptess
nett. aervuos breaking dawn (often
preventing Insanity), providing a safe
Chnngc of IAfe, and a hale and
happy old age.
" - '
I cToltet ta the fetoale set, 2bA'-nt01tTs
ii-e, narked Toearaltiag Iiepartmeat,' are
CO, IL G. fOLHAS, Eee'r, Eaiaaazua, Sirh.
Beer and Clears always on Hsnd