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A. D. HUESING.
snrSBeasjaa, ajaaeesj Other ttBAeStaTBss1 eeaTWajl.
Fire Imiimh Cowfflw, the M)olag
Rural hmm Coatpaey. ef Ens-la ad.
WiHAnUi rm la. 1'n siBaay, ef II T.
Crueraa' lee. of Pitta ben fa,
paa Wee UAra, Loa-tr
t'alee la. -. af twltfnrrila.
hererltf las, Saw Nttia, Orjna.
Jtlwaaaee MsBaaatcs laa. Oa., uWeaftoe
Htnata Fire laa. Oa, at errta,1 n.
Office Cor 18th St. and 3d At.
KOCK ISLAND. I IX
. aJatabUahod 18S8.
"THE OLTrELIABLE.m "
HeiroamiiiBc over AO Milium Dollar
Of Cut aaaru
lr Ufa, Tornado-
Birn1 of SnretvshiD. '
orrK!K BancMua'a aiuna tinea lelaad. Ilk.
can at rata; they will htiraat ana.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
TaaaM 'tra aaU TUna-lrva laapuw
Lctses PrcmpUv Pail
a taa a any reliable eoaifai.7 tm aStw.
ae. Mfqnw la artb-trMl.
STATE SAVnTQS BAKE.
fa ' "arai Finaa ui etraaa and Tkud a
fttnaai lb Malta aavlnn r aa.a. orraalaed M
i rcni mivst ;iMtsin
Organised andef Mala Lwa,
Ope tmm la at. la r. v sad Wednesday aa
Setartay sight rroaa7u Spa
ft. 4. Aiaavoara,
farter Mlaaar. W. W. Wells,
CI. A. K. s If . A. Alamort,
O. U. ftdwaide, W. H. Artataa,
Aadnw Wrt, c. f. Ileataaway.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
fede fat "errata partlra la I ha cardan
spot at I Waal bj tin
Orchard State Banl
af OftCBARD. KXBRASKA.
A. W. Dam. rmldni.
J. ft. Iamt Cannes.
mtrterll ft Lamia. Rankers
J. r. ftobtaaua, Caahict Muck lalaad National
tC. Carter, H. .
teary Uarl' Boaa, Vhaieaaia Omnra
( nmapnaaaaca niteKan' .
BlalilT or Uri
Do Ton want Immediate relief and
cure? (Jet . .
For ale hj all drmefcta.
Read what Dr. Snjdcr, forracrlj
of Frueport. tayu
m . Oilcnpn, Vmrck 7. 1KO
Pr. nmhm at Adimv at ari.cllr:
My Inwr It-Ttnt-Mr all' mUm mm irM. nl ad
tn"jiiiJ 'l.. TP., i tbeca-a of cap'aln i.
H. Brwla rl Allant , t.a . who waa altacatt la
Iklaclly with ar-t-n.'tlrl'Ni lnflrol k-dnryai
aa1 ryll U i Minimal lata or l.llmT). A f cr p'r
acnhiac lb a-uul rrmnlMa alltarml av.il.
Jaa" Miwant. IIm. lMm.Trni u
Mrkrd afk-r in r-l !. ttmta o.mi-Uir ratw
ollrd air!l y. H.al I m imnminr, d
aa IntrMlKiiltua of n nwrlii, d -mr- ar. .
wlld It In almiart rwytii, fr.rm khl-H-ir.
a ad r araihrai. i ti.,l Bn, mt.rrh.l
tntanlaa. rilid la rach luvunr.c by ilie ki
In my n ra rrrxitiai Ik ( n jt aie
la a frwrirtTr wm pltnilr aiarvrl
A n' iif iiibk In m; m Niuilr waa vary
ark imr-OTd by a fi w ikw, aod rwllcally
tatart la la a thaa a wrrk nna nl.l txxmr.
aaca la a aarnarr of h id aa m iracnrriHira. laa.
fraatnwT llwl I kv foatd hu rraMdy ikat kt
qnaJ to Jk."
And a k la I have army tmtim i lira a imfak
akaa imirnrnii'at ia a rprVt rj rcamly, I My
nnk!lttiir'y and wtthrmi Tt tw iht I totmW.
arraaJk''aaritanfanna to hnmiuM. nd
afkrr a'ylnf ttla tlw parol tnrf kMMl ! .,
raa paji itk aAdaa.a It la kcltr ikan u M
tacoataira 'd I.. .
ahall rtraunar In anrthw It a all rwa nf
aaalln-itrlnnr. nt catiirrltal iruanwu 1 1 1 irlvrrar
In all atlH-r krnoti r atvilM.
Aa atwrra innlc rai rrmllHi are- a an rak.
araawia rhlldn-a. ".' Jak" e a Mr tolled apna
fal'y aa-l nlr-lr lha d-II ht twta .t ilw
atmticlaa at aim ta) I a la-., ta ar arriia f N I t
ckiMra I la mmi uli( km jrt" M ia
altaratlaa In fcl i d antva and artvral aaaaa
chmaK rraaia b .one rrlldej tvadli I tt
laiHnra kkat I nkall c-nlla In m-m Ht tdadlar
a. larlli a maartaal Ikak M arJi an at all taa
feadlbatwaa tat an'b twaaa.
("Intyt) Uaw, w. anrara. M. D.
Ak jrwur Iruiit fur bunia rcl
Struck by theraipossine fairness
ft a a. a
ui vomeaicKijTftnisniDg pcantj,
how HlftnV k'unilrMla nf timoa nn
my ei8(r, have mftde iho above re
mark to your friend as you paMed
along thfc street ; bat cSd you oate
A -S V ft . a.
siop ua ponaer cow tnatoomplz-
ton Which TOO BO trmat.lv mAwntrmA
vm aoquired, and how ft aimilar one
imguh p9 aecurea for joursdf f
obtained by the use of that incom
parable nretk&ralinn fnr Ktit;fi.;n.
and preserving the skin I
te. a .J M
empress josepmae frice weaca.
It removes wrinkles and sallow
ncss and imnarta tn nlrl anA tA-A
wmpicxions tne tint of th Rln.li
It cures Freckles, Pimples, Tan,
ouuuuru, eczema, Acne, and all
thcr diseases. of the 6kin.
' ail drosaiU ..... Pri, r
Foraalw lv T. IT. Thnmn tfisn
St!fond avenue and 206 Seventeenth
a. o. coaaau.r.
a. s. COW11BU.T.
Connelly 6c Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
OOlca arrond Hour, over KltobeU ft Lyndc'f
bank. Moaay tn lou.
Jackson & Hurst.
Attorneji at Law.
Otorx la Rock laland National Bank baildtaQ.
8. o BW?BBir
Sween: y 6c Walker,
Attorneys and Councfillars at Law.
HITIca la BarTiraTnn'a mv" -
Charles J. Searle,
Attornaj at Iaw. '
Ural botioeu of a'l kiada MaaiDtlr attamlrd
ia, Wt AiinrnT of Ro.k laUad cuaoty.
Offlcc, l-aalofllca Block.
McEniry & McEairy,
Attorncrs at Law.
Lnaa nt" ry oa fmmS acatity; caaka collac-
Uotia. Rrfctvuor, Mitchell ft LraOa.' baukara.
onior, rnatoffl a B'ock.
R. M. Pearce,
Rmaal InK.tcboll ft Lynda'B acwBaUdlnc
Hawthorn 6c Silvis, -r)
No. ITU Seonad Arenae, nrar KreTl Math.
Drs. Bickle & Schoemaker,
Mltrbal T.ynda'a Block. RooaMfft Sl. Take
I'liraician and Surgeon
1154, Third A roana. Tctephooa, iriO. oSIca
Uiaar : I in 4 p. in, and at alffht.
J. a. 1 okura atir.a, a. t.
a. a. (un, h. .
Crs Earth & Hollowbush,
. rhjnicians and Surgeons.
I aa anasird at. Telepl
lr. Hollow baak
10 to 11 a. am,
e ia a, at,
Dr. Chas. M. Robinson,
Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat Only.
Office, McCnlloacb Belldlns, U4 W. Third SL,
Patenport. Iowa, noon: toll a. atl tot p.m.
Edward L.. Hammatt,
OOop. Rorfti 41, HUeteU Lyttde BnUdlas.
Oeo. P. Stauduhar.
nana and aaDertntetMleaea fnr aJI rtaaa r
DniMllasa. Knmm n and S3, klltckoll ft Lynda
HalNllnar. Take elcrat.r.
W. A Darling,
. City Kntrineer. S
Bafom Stuck, orar KlDaaburra tnra.T
Washes Iratytlag TtJm a Flat
No. 1724 Third Ave.
4. M. At I J. PARKER.
Telephone No. 1214.
He WUI Oe at Des Moines Sun-
j , day or "Bust."
lSOED VASOH OF WEHTT XILIS
tftva Dteh .1aal t tm Bta Arana-fty Ik
aaraal--ftiany Thatt Breetcal Tmli
fty, taa Wayaida Oata-Tkiral wt t
Oawf aftraftslanat Ktaart The Qraatrar
aolldly SyaaaMttbaUo aa Ha Waa
Ham aaarnta Still WaUta.
SrjTABT, Ia., April SS.-locnend Kdlr
antxmacea .that he will tank a force!
march of forty-ooa niika to Dee Mainea to
day ntxl that ta iatenda to be there tomotv
row thotigh the lioaveiis faJL The tact
that the working men will be at liberty on
that 0a and can meet with him and his.
men ia ao alluring that the Mtraeml" will
0 despite the torotesta of bin tired nx
lite army cannot reach the atate capital
before 3 or 4 o'clock tomorrow morning
and it ia probable that the twenty-hour
march will laare many of the mea by tbo
They fttracxlaal lata Staart.
The indnatriala prcaBbted a solid Iront
when they marched into Staart at ft
o'clock butt nightbut there were not more
than 800 men in the column which fol
lowed Kelly's prancing black charcer.
The rotnaiuing 400 came sttatcgliag in tor
hours on foot, wagons, the railroad track,
abd on the wagon roniL The march waa
one of the raoat yying experienced yet.
Scarcely enough wagoua to carry the bag
gage and commissary were in line, and
but few of tbe men secured any dinner.
The pleas of tbe advance agents tor teams
and provisions fell oa dull ears and teely
hearts and the commissary received but
Ko TraaMe wltti the Railways.
The anticipated trouble with tbe rail
road officials did not arrive, and the swarm
ot railroad detectives spent the day in
pence and qniet. But few stragglers at
tempted to nteal rides, and tbe 100 from
Sacramento who vowed - to take a train
were subdned and meek, walking the en
tire distance. The feeling ngainot the Pink
erton men is growing in tbe army, and
every new arrival is looked upon with ans
picion, the rnilrond men being particularly
marked for threats and enmity.
Better Outlook Ahead.
Tbe railroad officials assert that they
have no Pinkertona in their employ, but
the men do not believe tbcra and every in
dustrial haa turned detective, searching
! inura. iscr-pii me tuitcourtiging clay,
Kelly is more couOdent than ever and as
serts emphatically that he will be given a
Jxnin at Ilea Moines. Tbe men were well
fed by tbe Stuart people and though tired,
are apparently well satined. Eighty
teams were promised from here for today's
march, and fifty are promised nt Dexter.
Provisions, too. will be plentiful along tbe
route, if proiniaes are fulfilled. Kelly con
tinues to rreeive-enronraging meaNazes
front Grncntl Weaver and other Des
COXEYITES CAN MAKE A PARADE
So Saya Chief of Tollr Moorr, af Waahlnjg
Itrifgna; Into Town.
WasuinctoS. April 28. Chief of Police
Moore says that the Coxey army can parade
down Peuusylvaui avenue so long as its
component parts conduct themselves in an
orderly manner. That is one of the rights
of an organizntlon, he says, an! the police
do not intend to interfere. They ennnot,
however, march into tbe Capitol grounds.
Nineteen men who have drifted into
Washington from other cities were organ
ized into a commune at headquarters by
Citizeu Redstone and sent out to meet tbe
army. AH claim to be workmen, three of
theiu tetagraph operators And Redstone
wit h great solemnity signed a commission
empowering the lender, Charles Staubnry,
of Baltimore, to make enlistments. A
meeting ot the executive committee was
held wben blanks for securing subscrip
tions were distributed. Contributions
come in with a discouraging infrequency.
UP HILL WORK FOR THE VANGUARD.
Rambling nf IHaconteat la tne Araay a!
I'oaey and ltrowne.
Gaitiifusih ia;, Md., April 1 The
jonney of tho army, though over good
roods, was made more than usually weary
lN?c.iuse of the succession of high hills and
deep vnllrys. A halt was made for ten
minutes rest at Clarksburg. In response
to a requnst by one of the spectators, Coxey
made a 'ten minute speech. At Green
Center, where lunch' was hail, Coxey again
spoke. The tramp was resumed, and with
out incident tbe army rust-cued in here at
3 o'clock p. m. and went to' camp about
three-quarters of a mile from the center of
There are imimliliiira nf .l!w.n. :
- -.niviruitll. III
the army aud there arc predictions that
the army, though it seems scarcely pro
bable, may xo to pieces In-fore Koekville is
readied. Hardtack aud coffee alone for
two days is cvicently causing some grum
bling. There was some happening at
Koekville. "Unknown" Sntitu is down
there with about twenty-live followers
who left Coxey 's ranks back on the trail
when Coxey deposed Smith and reestab
lished Browne. They are in camp on tbe
fair grounds nt Bsckville, whither Coxey
is marching bis men today. Tbe Unknown
has printed white badges on his men, thus.
"Friendship, cooMrntion and peace. Tbe
ITllknnWn rfitit.inira.nt. nf thai ....m ....... ....... l
9- .... .. .auu n cu.
army. We favor all laws that bring peace
ou eatrth and good will to men."
Conceal Itia; Kothlng at ! Qasola.
DfQDOlS, Ills., April 38 X. A. Rice,
scuretary of the board of operators, said:
"The statement made by Vice President
Penna in convention at Springfield, Ills.,
that tbe operators here had submitted to
the demauds of the lutncrat is incorrect.
We. have made no such concession."
The Chinese Mwst Oat.
Idaho Spkixus, Colo., April 38. A par
ty of Chinamen who recently began work
ing tbe Edwards placer here have been or
dered by tbe citiaens to leave town. All
the other Chinamen iu town have also
been ordered to go with tbem.
Lodge Treaaarer Short.
TorERA, Knn., April Robert J.
Stewart, treasurer of two lodges of the A.
O. IT. W. and Select Knights, respectively,
U a defaulter in fl.fjuu. lie confessed that
be bad been taking money for tbe past
four years. He made an unsuccessful at
tempt to commit suicide.
Coal rasaine lacvltable.
PlTTSUtriUl. Altril 28. Coal f amino ia
Pittsburg and vicinity is inevitable witblft
week -it tbe big strike' ia not settiod
SATURDAY, APB1L 28, IC34.
' At Trinitr-chapel. Rev. R. F
Sweet, rector, even song ftad Sunday
sctiool at :30 p. ta. ;
At Trinity church. Rev. R. F.
Sweet. S. T. D., rtctor, early cele
bration at T a. m. Minaay
school ftt 9:li a. m. Litany
and sermon at 10:45 . nt.
Even ftoag and ecrrnon st 7:39 p. m.
At the Centra! Prosbvterian.preach
idr by the pastor. Rev John H. Kerr,
morftiag and evening. Morning
subject, "Kleaaor Mighty Grasp;
evening, Tbe Call of Matthew the
Publican." Sunday school at 11:45
a. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:45 p. m.
At the Christian church, service
ftt 10:45 ft. m. and 7:Si) p. n. con
ducted by the pastor. Rev. T. W.
Grafton. Morninr subject, The
Philosophy of Lifecvening. Esscn
tiftls and Non-Essentials'of Religfon.'"
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Y. P. S.
C E. at 6:45 p. m.
At .the First Methodist, Rev.
J. 8. McCord, of Davenport, will
preach at 10:45 a. m. At -t0 p. iur
Rev. F. V. Merrell. pastor, will, de
liver his third disconrsc on the
Prodifjal Son "The Prodigal's Re
turn.'" Sunday school, at 9:15 a.
m. Yoang People's meeting at C:30
At the German Methodist, Rev. I.
Lesemann, pastor, will preach at
10:45 a. m. on Eternal Doom."
Text, "It is a Fearful Thing to Fall
Into the Hands of Living God."' Heb.
x:31. There will be a song service at
7:30 p. m. under tbe auspices of the
Epworth league. Junior league meet
ing at 3:30 p. ta.
At the Broadway Presbyterian,
at 10:45 a. n. a young men's rally,
conducted by General Secretary G.
C. Blakslee. Addresses will be de
livered by Carl Taylor and F. S.
SheparJ, of Davenport. Music by a
male quartet. Preaching in the eve
ning by Rev. B. F. Boiler, of Ed
wards Congregational chnrch, Dav
enport. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m.
Young people's meeting at 6:45 p. m.
At the United Presbyterian,
preaching by the pastor. Rev. H. C.
Marshall, at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30
p. rrj. Morning subject. "A Cup
Sermon." This will be a special ser
vice for the members of the Sunday
school, and their parents and friends.
Evening subject: Isaac Ilis Trials i
and Sorrows," being the third in the
series on "Isaac His Life and
Times." Sunday school at at 9:30
a. m. Young people's meeting at
6:15 p. m.
At the First Baptist, the pastor.
Rev. C. E. Taylor, Ph. D. Subject
for morning, "He Pleased Not Him
self;" evening, "Coxey and the Com
monweal and Their Lessons." Bap
tism expected at the close of the
evening service. B. Y. P. U. meet
ing at 6:30 p. m. Leader. Miss
Mary Welch;, topic. Assam for
Christ," Sunday school at 9:15 a
m., C- L. W illiaras, superintendent.
Sunday school at Forty-fourth street
chapel 3 p. m., F. M. binnett, super-
uiK-uueui. i rcaonmg m the chapel
at 7:30 p. in. by Rev. Henry Wil
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Now York Financial.
J aw York, April 57.
M nnev on rail eaura. OnWawl t i . ..
Prime nwrcantile paper Ssa per cent. Kter
Hng exchange firm w.th actual business ia
bankers' bills at a43 for demand and
47 tt BTH 'or sixty days: posted rates
Comnwreial bills 4H14'&4)
Kllwr asal'tifia-atawa IU- tin m.lM. h ..n
aS. Mexican dollars il.
United States bonds, 5"s rejnlsr. 117 do
IPa aoatarmN. lltt.tlUU. ati A'm a,.
ft.114: 4'amrular. lltrn.llt.Vr ja.r. aiux i.u. t-
ciUcO'sof -W, WJ bid.
Sew Vark ttraln and Prodaee.
New York. April 57.
Wriaat a a!r.'.l ..- T 1 .- ..
Deremlter. iac. Kye SUtady; wcatcro, 61c
Ooru May. 445-: Jnly, (... ctn use. Data
May. aTK--TTa Jnly, atyr; track white suite,
4 MW track white viaiim jit.ja iai.
tniet; new mess. $14.ll (tr, ItV; laniily.
yuiet; prime western steam, fs.15 notninsl.
Chieatgo Grain sad rradnee.
Chioaoo, April 27.
Follow I ncr wpn Ilia r.n. .1
... . ...u, "i viin
Board of Trade todar: Wh-t a 11
opened asafc. closed Srx-; May, opened fifvtjr.
vauaou uHJ, juiy, n!nl wawjp, cloaeil fjlllac.
Com April' opened c, clnwdSrfic: May
opened Ws-. dosed July, oroneJ
cliaied asc Oat May, oponad Sar.cliaa-d
XSHk; Joky, onenod atjsc, closed SUi; heptem
ber, opened 2Sc, closed 5Lgc fork May
opened fliftl. chmd ( liti; July, opened
JJi closed fl2.lt.-H. Lard-May. oiined
7.70. closed S7.0U. '
Produce: nutter-Fancy separator. Sic per
fiuicy dairy, MTuSlc; packing stork, ttgjic.
Egs-Frash stock. Wc per doe. lave Poultry
-Chickens. Vjfyac per lb; turkeys, saiOc
ducks. 31Uc: goese, 4.jgino per dox. Total
toes-Burtjanks, auTUc pur bo; Hebrons, t
J7; Early Rose. Kim-K mixed igxitt. weot
Potatoes llUuois. SXair.r4.w per bbU Annies
Fiurleettolce, 4.atiXmtperbbl. Cranberries
Jc"T. $.W'A.M per bbL Honey-White
.f-WoawrUona. lllSVic: broken comb,
11811; dark comb, good condition, luiUlc:
txainod California. Si&c. .-ua
Chicago Lht Stock.
. Cuicaoo, April S7.
.iiT.0ckI!ri?s at tu Union htock
yards today ranged aa follows: HnKa-Esti.
n"!lrewI'U th' dy !.. MOeTrangad
at 4.7i(Ui pigs, $.V lUVtit.au liaht. 8.U0iLA 111
r-snBh packing, fs wai mixaaTandlsa
"5 heaw packing and shiprrin, TtotsT
Cattle-ReceipU for the day, UW; quota
tions ranged ,t f4.r4. cbrtct
liMoa. fait to Bood, 8n.uuaa.S5 common '
Tins batend Marka-ia.
Poultry cnickena. dreanerl, Mr.
ratjir ass vaosraBLsja.
PTaaJt7 M p bti, P O B Chicago
Oaioae-St per ha.
' If the AHairtWs tied Were Italaed.
An elevntion of thoreabctl 100 fathoms
would sufiica to lay Its re tbo pre ten
part of the North sea end Join England
to Denmark. Flolland. Belgium and
Franco. A deep channel of trater would
ran down tbo west coast of Norway, arid
with this ft majority of tho fiords wonld
be connected. A great part of tbe bay
of Biscay would disappear, but Spain
and Portugal are but little removed from
tbe Atlantic depression. Tho 100 fathom
lino aimroaches trv near tho mat raia&t
nd sounding of 1.000 fathoms can be
otauo wnniB zu miles or tjape St. V in
Cent. and much trrntrrdntlialiimtwn
sounded at distances bnt little greater
tnan uus rrom tbe western shores of tbe
nnrin oenttsala. Kftatical Masftzine.
We authorise onr advertised drurr-
gist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption, coughs and colds,
upon this condition. If you are af
flicted with a cough, cold or any lung,
throat or chest trouble, and will use
this remedy as directed, giving it a
fair trial, and experience no benefit.
you may return the ttottle and have
your money refunded. Wc could not
make this oner did we not know that
Dr. King's New Discovery could be
relied on. It never disappoints.
Trial bottles free at Hartz aft Ullc-
meyer's dru store. Larsrc size 50c
and f 1.
Since its 6rst introduction Electric
Bitters has gained rapidly in popular
favor, until now it is clearly in the
lead among pure medicinal tonics
ami alteratives containing nothing
which permits its use as a beverage
tr intoxicant, it is recognized as the
best and purest medicine for all ail
ments of stomach, liver or kidnevs.
It will cure sick headache, indii'es-
tion, constipation, and drive malaria
fioru the system. Satisfaction iruar-
antecd with each bottle or the money
will bo refunded. Price only 50c per
bottle. Sold by Hartz & Ullcnicyer.
BUCKLE S ARNICA SALTS.
The best salve in the world for cats.
bruises, sores, ulcers salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, channed hands.
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup,
tions, and positively sures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Harts A Ullemeyer
We win send yea a trial tbe cake of heal tola
a T -rnti sad at
bv P&TOCsam tttiaabtiaj. It arifl
snake a dean tntooth taor ftoni a
bloaxby skia. We will abo send yoa
tree jo-page book trranng of daft
and scalp dnrtart.
John H. Woodbory
i7a- i5 W. 4d St. aj. Y.
adc a Well
lift 1.1 10lh Dny.
auu Ai . an
""-" eoth Day.
rretares the A how Basalts ia aft Ikna.
powerfully anil quickly. Cures whea all others
tan. .tuns men will rerain their lost manhood.
and olo men will rncova-r their a-nnthrnt vitmt
by usins VITALIS. It quickly and surely re
stores Nervousness, Lost vitality, lm potency,
NlClltlv Kmissiona. fvaat Power. Paillna Uenw
cry. Wasting Diseases, and all effects of self
souse or excess and Indiscretion. Wards off
Insanity and consumption. Insist on having
VIT ALI S. no ot tier. Csn be carried in treat
pocket. By mail. tl.eO per package, or six for
.. wltb a fttaNnre written araaraatte aa cane
ar inata vae aisary. t-irciusr tree. AOnresS
uuati au.aa.wi tAtartai, Uttcatca, in.
Fnraale at Bock Island by Harper Boase ITiar
as; Wllitrm and ClcrKlccIn, Molina.
(Bacoasaor te B. WSKOTJ
119 Eighteenth 8treet.
SFlt and Workmanship Guar
anteed the Best
CeaiiiiigaDd Repairing Doae
- . (f)
8 s !
OS I i
h p. - i
AT R OATC ae WSS
15 MOT LOST
IMS aaaoCTESj n oaaajLt CO, corn
THEIR NEW OFFICES.
Removal of Drs. Stackhouse and Daniel to Suite i M r t
Cullough Building Successful Thysicians
Have liarned and
' of Public
As previously announced in these
columns, the sM-cial practice of Drs.
Stac-kbouse and Uanicl bas steadily
increased d urine, the time that they
nave hecn estaoitsneii in Davenport.
and their removal from the Whitakcr
building to Suite 1, McCullough
building. No. 124 West Third street,
between Brady and Main streets, will
give tbem larger and far plcasanter
quarters for the reception and treat
ment of the hundreds of old and new
patients now enrolled for a course of
treatment under the ever succisful
CRB1XE STACKHOOE. 31. V.
After April 28, the day fixed tor
removal, the Stackhouse Medical In
stitute will be open for the nt-t-plion
of patients in these new quarter?.
The new clTiccs have Ix-en si-cnn-d
for a long term of years, and here
will Drs. Stackhouse and Daniel con
tinue the careful, conscientious prac
tice of the ndvanced methods of med
ical treatment along the sjiecial lim-s
in which rarliculur study aud exten
sive experience bas qualified them to
In the special treatment of catarrh,
asthma, diseases of the eye, ear,
nose, throat and Inngs and in ner
vous diseases, blood and skin diseases
and chronic diseases, these physi
cians stand pre-eminently as 'ac
knowledged masters in the profes
sion. No institute, clinic or firm of spec
ialists in the west ever madV such a
perfect record of success in tliecure
ot difficult cases as have Drs. Stack
house and Daniel. Their special
skill, thorough training and great
ability have never la-cn os n to ques
tion. The results of their ministra
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE. NO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE,
8hou on Vlim 8txaAt FOCK ISLAND.
City "Bus and Express Line
For Bus or Express Line telephone 1111, and you will receive
TIJHBEXItnVllE ft SPENCER. Prcpa
state of Hedolph Schwccke, deceased.
tJ?Ij"!?Bed .bavbutaeen appomtrd ezera.
?t estaaent of Radolpk
aSSTtS'iiJ?' tte eoatity of Borh IelaJd.
sSSJt. . "Paar before the eoanty court of
iill!lcS f the clerk of
V00"". la the citr of Bock Islar.d. at tbe
JatS?!: tb." 7 la una aell
IL aUntwaotta htvmgelain acalnsl
tZr.S"- erenotlSed and reouesied to attend
y Parsosa of havln( the aatte ad jnated.
AVU earaooa tadehled to eatd t---,. ... .
2 aatke tsasaadiate payment to the an.
Oated Utiatad day of March, A.D.
KWtltT A. WAUNEtt,
W. F. hCUKOEOER,
Kajtlce te Caaitractors.
eajed propeaals will be received at the ctl
t2rialJUek laad. 111., ant 1 1 Mar 7.
afBj2'?e'0P for tnasirociiur thalm-
i.Tr.iTa- """ erdiaaneeof aaid city.
2rJl.t:u!!fB'or ,be "pttivesarnt ot
aTeTTJ? uTtrertL,,r" Ib aouth 'line of r'onrth
tfnxJ.. Jl",ltam tT at-avenae run-
"wf""-" Phased March . !80: aleo 'At orr.l-
fW-TawT ..1 """esaeat cl oa entea nlbairret,
we.Tirl-.1''' avenue lanninx
nL.g??-l-'" ': also - An ordinani e
taoalkl?I0l!0, eevenleetith street :from
tb? toVth Hm.!?, Moe anlDC west to
and dniaia ttj. ZZZ. an tac Bina.-na.i-,
HrlSrr.i?rj!r!?f arrwll.w u. U plans aad
til. .. , lI ""","oa appitration.
ta theaata of lm sj par,b7 lohe
tefori?tta71VZa7jr "hick 'ball be
fail t- 222 '"aklehly la caaa the btatu-r .ball
aMMU.'S? ltol " With awroaed
av -T. .7 " '? . . .
ofirk-oi. Zc.:T"V ramlah rl saa-rj
mm! iT.V whkk "ark ia te ae done. Erk.
Btenthiaalta. . . i.a wern isr the
rnd aWaTj a r .ai i ? aoaraiai to taa
laa rCfSJ??. that the coa
Beck kkthd. 111. aH 17. ISM.
IN THE TUB.
Received the Stamp
tions arc seen in hai.i.v 1,,.,,...
every street in Daw up 't t. .
an. I ati.l l,.t: t ' ' 1 1-r
- - m'mhv aui jii r.,.
county in Iowa and u;;n
reside their former a,...-. .".
wh'.llv cured of painful. h "
uu'i i n 1 1 uii- maiailies.
mm '-Is-' K
v ; mm.
JOSEPH A. HAMIII, m. ,.
Their charge for treat ui-m s
services have always been. ;
will In-, moderate. A'! mi-!:, ..
id apparatus reijuired 1nr ;!.. -of
any case furni.-hi d free (-... ;
the patient. Cou&ulta'.iuii ,
Stackhouse Medical lustituta,
URBINE STACK1IOUSF.. M. p.
JOSEPH A. DANIEL. M. 1.
PPftaJIATIKS Catarrh. A.ihmn. -x.
the Eye. Far. nar, 1 SinaJ ano i.un-..
Diaearra, i'iood and S:a llMi-r. t tjru. 1,
New and jarrnianent tifll -i :!';. i.
McCullnugb Buildipg. No. We.-.
Third street, la-imi-n I'ra-'t s :
Main, DavciiKrt, Inna.
once Iloura a. ra. ! IS m . to I an ; 7
p. in.: Sualara. 8 tai s p. m. ooiv
-rrainemiy rstailirbcil, ct-avt ir .-u.
No pain, no danger,
No blood drawn.
No loss of time.
Cure positively and legally cusrsi
teed. AUaiSISTKATVin !kuritl-
Fetate of I khvd Pender. PaTraKV..
The andcrsiirncd harrna N-eo a:t.i.tjt'-'l
m'niatninx of tbe e.tte .f I'. " ri
Pender, late of the cuantyof hock I-Ui. .'"
of llltnoi.. dream' ar. ken hyirires im'' : i' '
will appear before the count ocrt of i- ' i
count, at the ottce of tbe clerk of r-nn. a
the city af I fork taland. at th- Ju'.y v 'K
the erst Montay In July next, ai a:-. !. t tm
all pa raops harinf claims ass fM n;j miiTe i
antiaa-d aad n-q'ietrd to attend, f.f tta pi,-,-"1
of ha.ltic tbe same adjusted. s:l t -a-'i in
debted toaaidt-atile are refjaerled to nu.kt ":
Bled i are naym-nt to the niirl'-rriLi-e..
Dated this 2Si day of April. A. U l-'l
MiaY PEXUEIt, AJniiu -t:s : i
kSperial Aaara ment Mot ire.
Notice is hereby riven toall perr in:, rr-f-'.
that thecey couneilof the ciiyof l.'-"' l- '-J
btvinr ordered lbt: Sa-ar-! " h - r '
tbe aaiuth line f Ninth avenue run w '
tharmrih line of KirhleeniU aii n. ..II :i. ill
ot Kock Iriand. Illinois, he prep.-ir.-d f 'r c '?
and i area! as a t for: It ia tbe milintnee tie r. -f
wt la said orulnaaee for the tame is am '
the aaftk-J of tlie city eleik. have :il '"l,J
coaniy court of nock l.laairl eo mtr. in t! - :'
of Illinois, for aa aaaaea-anten- of ihe m-l ' d
i.Urovemea t arerard ns tv beratit-: f - rrri.
catnrl a ch ne of venae bas beea cro.r l
cimii court of a- H conntt : ntiL an r-
ttierefor hvvir been aadeand reinnia-4 i-' '
circuit court, tbe flnal brannz ttn rtoi. will ' a4
at the tsa ii a ay trim tf .a d onr. toil""!;
on the ath day of May A b. l-'.'l
All peraoea doirini: may thus at-J :ben r!;Tr
and m.ke their defetia-ftj ,
IfetcJat He-k laUBdlllipails. till- '') l
April. A U. 1WL V. M. Fi um'IN'-
T. H. Ta a.
Jons ki if "
IftttVOSAL-!-. R ENOINicEB S oTI F.
, ItM ft'aluvh avannr. t-haraan. Ulna." "
Sill K..I mmuwm.I- t.trtA Mi.'M W I' II tC-
rr.no rianiot aw .nacirBJaui-' - - -
aaetal, rinirle trark. rulaty aain; ba'd.-e.aM
one metal, hhrliway. rain: bridrr. at K 1 n-!J
nel. artll be reeeiad at this office aptil it tt
eeatral time, Tl'kSDaY. May l. i. mi l'"1
publicly op-ned. pretf evlors b'ank f r"
aad all available lnf-rnia-'na wi 1 l f rtiib4 (
oa appl teal ion tn Hit. a,nics. W.I. Mar ba-i.
u. ttuaoisu, city Clerk.
vfiaiai iu . ua iijjiincia,