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TAB AftGUS, THURSDAY, MAY 3. 1894,
A. D. HUESING.
JUpmntumuT other Uaw-trlad and wrl.
kaawa Fir Imnia Coat panic. Um foUowUig
Hoys laesrancs Oosapaay, of Borland.
Weacaaaft flra 1m. Cospu;, or N. T.
Batalo 0raaa Ids. Company, Bnffalo. !C. T.
Rneaeeter Amnu In. CeCetoKhsetcr, N. T.
l-ittaeaa' las. Oo of Fimbart. Pa.
na Fir OBlce, London,
faton Id. Co., of California,
wearily lae. Co Hew Haven, Conn.
MUwMkM Mscaaaica laa. Co., II tl wan km
Mamas rift Int. Ocs, of Pcorla,lH.
Office Cor 18th St. and 2d Ave.
Rock Islaitd, 111
Hcpreaeot!nc om 40 Mil lion DoDan
of Caafe MaeU
Itrw Ufa. Tornado.
Bonda of Suretyship,
ffrCB BancMna-a bloc Mock Island, HK
ara war rates ; they will rntrrert you.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
Tea aid Tin aad T:ma-ttte Comyanlea
Losses Promptly Fail.
alee a tow a icy reliable compear can aSorC
Toar Fatronara la entletted.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
OUt Cornet IVtseiU (treat and Third At
aeeaeda the Molina tartan Bans. Organised leB
s ftrcnr niEMST ruj n wposits.
Organised tinder State Laws.
Open from a. m. lo S p aad weanesday aac
Fobtb Haiaaia, President
A. Arxewoirra, . . Vlea-Fresident
t. w. ilsxaawiT, ... cashier
Farter Rklnaer. W. W. Walla,
C. A. Rom, H . A. AlnewortA,
9. B. Edwards, W. H. Adnata
Aadraw Tf.be-w, C. T. Bsmecway,
HI rata Darllnc.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private partlae la the cardan
pot of toe wast by tae
Orchard State Bank
of ORCHARD, KKBRABKA .
S. W. Dam, Fraaldeat.
t. B. Dabt Cashier.
atrtebetl A tmde. Bankers.
t. T. liubUtsun, Cashier Hock Ialand. hational
CC. Carter, M. D.
Henry Dart's Bona. Wboleaele Ore en.
Dladdcr or Uri
Do too want immediate relief and
rure? Oct . .
For talc by all druggists.
Read what Dr. Snyder, formerly
ot Free port, says:
Chleaen, Mi eh 7. 1W3
Dr. tlnrnham. M Art im Mint. City:
My Itoar law-tor Myaiit-ntioa waa irfl called
o "ftan Jak'" let year In the ea-e of Captain J.
M. Bnaoat.nf Atlant ,... won was ittarara to
ISta city with arm, arphrilm (inlWmrd k'dncya)
aiMlTtlia tlnflamation nf Madder). After pra
ecrtbief tha a.ual mmedira witaowt avail. "tan
Jaa" waa aa-ari-atrd. and lao lapnrwKrni waa ao
markad afiar tka am do- thai a complete care
followed an apenlry, that I at mee commenced
an Ineeeticatloe of lia nserlta, a no have etnre nra
mtrlbtd H In alowa enry kmiwa form of kid
ney, bla'd. aretbraU vaginal and catarrhal
Imnblae, followed la each laetanee by th bau
p eat reaulta
la my own raea fryetttia) tha relief It paa ate
la a few daya waa a Imply marveloiM.
A cane or enereete In my own family waa Tory
mark tmpeneed by n few , and radically
catod la loea than a week Im prwtlral eiper
tear Hi a nnmhar of ban ii of lencorrtHe a. I an
f re o any thai I have luaad bo remedy that la
ennal to "Haa Jab."
And while I have arer before yleea a profew
emnat eatramwent to a proprietary remedy, I aay
aeheeliatinc'y and wlthoat reaeno. that I coaalo
er eoajah" a earltabte hoon to bnmaonr. and
after applying It t the eitroet prnfeef-bxial teeta,
can aay with font dance II ta tetter tbaa It la
racnwimenOed to he.
I aha 1 1 eoatlnno l preacrlhe It la all caeea of
eniin-nrtnar or catarrhal troobiee ia preference
tall other known riawtlleo.
Aa a nerve took, especially In Ihr eaaee of weak,
rnamic children. Tae Jah ' caa bo relied apoa
folly and entirely. The dellciona tao of tha
teeiclna at alao ro Its favtic. In preecrlhtnr It fr
children. I am at prevent Bains; "Han Jae" aa an
alterative la akin d eeaeea and several oaeae ot
ebrwaieeeaemahvvtncyetldee so readily to It.
InHnenee that I shall ennlinae to ae it In aimllar
eaaea, fee ling ctmalent that II will meet all the
mdluatesn la enrh eaaea.
(Signed) Uau. w. PBTom. M. D.
Ask jcur Druggist for homo rcf
Vhat a --
Struck by the surpassing fairness
of some quickly vanishing Beauty,
how many hundreds of times you"
my sister, have made the above re
mark to your friend as you passed
along the street; but did you once
stop and ponder how that complex
ion which you so greatly admired
was acquired, and how a similar one
might be secured for yourself ?
A lovely complexion can only be
obtained by the use of that incom
parable preparation for beautifying
and preserving the skin
Empress Josephine Face Bleach.
It removes wrinkles and sallow
n ess and imparts to old and faded
complexions the tint of the Blush
It cure3 Freckles, Fimples. Tan.
Sunburn, Eczema, Acne, and all
other diseases of the skin.
all dracsiiU - . . . Pricw 7T
For sale bv T. H. Thomas. 1630
Second avenue and 206 Seventeenth
. C. COXKU.T.
a. D. COKXILLT.
Connelly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
Office second floor, over Mitchell A Lyndc'a
bank. Money to loan.
Jackson & Hurst.
Attorneys at Law.
Office in Rock Island National Bank bnildlnc
a. d. ewKxcr.
C L. WaLKEB.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Councellors at Law.
Office in BcTJCdton's Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Lesal business of all kinds promptly attended
to. State's Attorney ot Bock Island county.
Office, Foatofflce Block.
McEniry & MoEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on pood security; maks collec
tions. Reference, Mitchell Jt Lynda, bankera.
Office, Postoffl e Block.
R. M. Fearce,
Room 39 and 81 In Mitchell A Lyndc's new
Balldtag Take elevator.
Hawthorne & Silvis,
So. 110 Second Avenue, over EreU A Slath's.
Drs. Bickle & Schoexnaker,
Mitchell A Lynde's Block. Rooms 29 31. Take
Physician and Surgeon.
1134, Third Avenue. Telephone, 1170, office
Oonrs: 1 to 4 p. bl, and at night.
J. a. aouowsCBB, at. s.
O. B. BABTH, X, 1).
Drs. Barth & Hollowbush,
Physicians and Surgeons.
tffice toward st. Telephone lorn
Ot, Barth I Or, Bollowbnsn
a to 10 a, at, I 10tolsa.ni.
1 to and 7 to I p. at. ftoSaudftoBp.au
Dr. Chas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Office, Wbittakcr Block, ssotbwest corner
Third aad Brady streets, IMtenport. lows.
Rooms 17 and 18. Uoars: B toll a. m., 1 tot p. m.
Zkiward L. Hammatt,
Office. Room tl, Mitchell I.ynde Building.
Geo. P. Stauduhar,
nana and anpcrtntemlrace for all clans of
Balldinrs. Koorae tl end S3, Mitchell A Lynde
Buildltur. Take elevaf r.
W. A Darling,
j. City Engineer.
Buford Block, over Klnesbury's store.
WashM ZTwiTtblBg Fram a rint
LmiljuiilxsrcMofto s OirrasTent.
Lso Cvtsias s Bpsdslty,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
A. If. & I J. PARKER,
Telephone No. 1214.
SHAPING UP A BILL.
Wilson's Measure Continues to
STATEMENTS ON 'GOOD AUTHORITY"
Indicating That Progress ta Making To
ward a Flopping Tog-ether of the Majori
ty Krice Ierirea That Matters Are
Proceeding Favorably Ttrookahirea
Potation or the Financial Problem
No IN atofllcea for Saloouista.
Washington, May 3. While the reports
early in the tiny indicated that there might
be some difficulty in agreeing upon a tariff .
bill, the ronferem-es which were held by
the leaden on t he Democratic side of the
senate during yesterday afternoon set' in to
have been in the interest of harmony and
wbttt lack of confidence there was among
those who hoped to secure a compromise
has disappeared. Among those encaged
in the confeicnees were Jones, Itrice, Ger
man and Cotktvll. while Hill was present
a portion of the time. It is the position of
the Xew York senior senator that has
caused most trouble and there arc a num
ber of senators who believe, even now, that
Hill will not vote for the bill with the in
come tax provision, and it is altuwt as
certainly understood that the income tax
Hope to Cirt Alon- Without Mill.
The senators who are eui;iiu-critiK the
compromise are counting on forty-three
IVm.icratic votes, and they believe they
will be aide to control that number beyond
any doubt. This indicates that they hope
to pass the bill even with the p;Hisition of
Hill, und it also indicates that the bill has
probably beeu made satisfactory in other
respects to Mt'.rphy cf New York and
Smith of New Jersey. ltriv, who is more
outspoken than any of those who partici
pated iu the conference, said: '"In an inter
view a few days ao I said that a tariff bill
had lietn agreed upon ami would pass, and
I now reiterate that statement. 1 will not
s.ty anything as to details, but a bill has
been agreed upon. The statement I made
at that time that the Democratic leaders
had agreed and would piss the bill was a
great help in carrying the Third Ohio dis
trict by the Democrats, and I now assert
that what I then said was trite and that a
tar: II bill will piss."
nie Signs of Signifk-anre.
Ilrice was asked if there was any doubt
alxit the Democratic senators voting for
the biil and lie replied that he could not
say ln:w senators would vote. Three pult
licatictns assert that they know positively
of s -me of the changes and claim the bill
will be materially altered. The fact that
when SUire finished las speech yesterday
no cll'ort was made to press llie considera
tion ! t he tariff hill mid that other mat
ters were considered and an executive ses
siou hclil without opposition of the Demo
cratic leaders is taken to mean that the
compromise is almut completed nnd that
it may lie ready to lie rep irted in a short
time. 1-ute in the afternoon it was stated
tlmt t tie vigorous pressing of the tariff
bill would lie "tost Mined until new amend
ments were reported, as it was understood,
that- lietter arrangements can lie made
f::r tlie consideration of the bill when the
ai-ieiidti.euts are nnnounced.
An Aasrrtionun "(.imil Antliorlty."
It is then believed that the Kcpublicans
will nuree to some arrangements by which
the consideration of the bill may proceed
without resorting to harsh methods, r.s
the Republicans it is thought will con
cede the passage of the bill if forty-three
Democratic votes are guaranteed for it.
The assertiou was made on good authority
that, by unanimous consent a day would
be fixed for a iinal vote upon the bill. A
lending Democratic senator, while not
c.imtiwtting himself as to the day, pre
dicted that the bill would be disposed of
b.-fore the lirst of June.
SALOONKEEPERS BARRED OUT.
Tliry Nor Their Ilartduilers Can Ite Ap
Hiitited l'oht iu 11st era.
Washington. May 3. Postmaster Gen
eral iii-sell has formulated a policy of bar
rin saloonkeepers and bartenders from
niijHiiutinetits as postmasters. In accord
ance with this plan, where there are sev
eral candidates, the fact that auy of them
has business dealings with saloons will lie
given weight mid the other CHudidates will
be given a preference in making appoint
ments. 1'ostmuster General Dissel .said
that lie had reached the conclusion that a
saloon is not a good place to educute a per
son for the transaction of postal business,
though there is no ironclad rule prohibit
ing the appoiutmcnt of tho.-e who may
have been connected with the liquor busi
ness. Dissell said: "We have appoiuted men
us iKistma:sters who iierniitted bars iu their
hotels, though not interested themselves,
but we prefer not. It is not a temperance
question nor a moral question; it's a busi
ness question purely, and the postoilice
department is a business institution.
From my oliservatiou und exierience I
am convinced tiny man directly or indi
rectly interested iu the liquor business is
in n measure uulitted by his occupation,
and that his interest in that business
necessarily interferes with a full and ca
pable discharge of his official duties iu any
branch of the p.istul service."
Cannot Deport Tlieae t nfort unities.
WasIIINotun, May 3. Superintendent
6:ump, of the immigrutiuu bureau, iu
reply to a letter of inquiry from the com
missioner of immigration ut New York
States that the immigrants who have ar
rived iu this country with orders for
tickets for western points ou the defunct
Scandinavian Hud Finland Immigration
company, of New York, can not, In justice
to themselves and the steamship com
panies, be deported.
BROOKSHIRE'S FINANCIAL BILL.
I'olnts of a Measure Introduced by the In
Washington, May 3. lirookshiro of
Indiana ha introduced iu the house a
bill providing for some comprehensive,
changes in our present financial system.
The bill provides that no greenbacks shall
be issued of a smaller denomination than
tlO; that nut over one-fourth iu value of
the amount of the circulation issued to
national banks shall be of a less denomina
tion thau elU. That coin certificates shall
be issued iu lieu of silver certificates, gold
certificates mid treasury notes issued un
der act of July, 1WW. The bill provides
for the issue of coin certificates on nil the
gold and silver coin and bullion in the
treasury in excess of the $IU0,0U0,0UJ gold
reserve held fur ledemptiou of the green
backs. The bill also provides for the issue of
coiu certeTti2cates on all of the silver
seigniorage bullion not exceeding $1 for
871, V grains of pure silver and that it
shall be the duty of the secretary of the
treasury to nay out these coin certificates
in discharge of all of the obligations ot
the United States except such as are made
expressly payable iu coin. Moreover, the
bill provides that the owner ot cold
and silver coin may deposit the same
with the treasurer or nuy aub-treasurer of
of the I'uited States in the sum of $10 or
any multiple thereof and receive coin cer
tificates in lieu of the same.
t ' lu the Keus,te and Honae.
Washington, May 3. Lodge tried to
tir up the Democratic senators and have
another "time," but failpd, and Squire
made a long speech against the tariff bill.
The anti-lottery law was debated without
action And an executive session was held.
"Tom" Johnson, of Ohio, created the
only breeze that stirred the bouse. He
wanted, as a privileged question, to dis
cuss a resolution to investigate the dis
persal of the mob at the Capitol on "Cox
ey" day. He said the populace had beeu
badly treated. Otithwaite said it was be
neath the dignity of the house to investi
gate police courts. (Jaiggof New York
said it was humbug and the speaker said
it wasu't privileged, and it was withdrawn.
The bill providing a new system of busi
ness in the treasury department aud sav
ing, it is claimed, $181,000 per year, was
passed ami the river and harbor bill con
sidered without action.
Mo.t Startling Facts Recorded.
Washington, May 3. Several members
of Coxey'a array walked through the
White House grounds. Two of them ex
pressed a desire to enter the building, but
they were induced to abandon their plan
by a couple of detectives in citizens' dress.
1 here was no disturbance of any kind und
the president held his usual afternoon
receptiou without incident.
Llent. Maury to Knee a Court Martial.
Washington, May 3. Lieutenant James
F. Mauey, of the Fifth Infantry, who
was recently acquitted at Chicago of the
murder of Captain lledburg, will lie tried
for the offense this time by military law.
A court martial has been ordered for the
purpose, assembling at Fort Snclliujj,
Spring Out How of ioJ Seta In.
Washington, May 3. The indications
are that the usual spring outflow of gold
has at last set in. Advices received at the
treasury department show that about 1,
SOti.tKin iu gold was shipped by the Teu
tonic yesterday and $l,Oi0,OJO has already
beeu engaged for .shipment next Saturday.
Ycomaus' Nomination Confirmed.
Washington, May 3. The nomination
of James D. Vcomaus, of Iowa, to be in
terstate commerce commissioner, was con
firmed by the senate.
Ambition of the A. B. I".
ST. Pacl, May 3. Talking about the
victory of the American Itailway Union
over the Great Northern ono of the prom
inent members of the American Railway
Union states that it is the intention of
that body to work to the end that the old
railroad brotherhoods would bear the
same relation to the American Hail way
Union that the legislatures of the several
states do to tiie congress of the United
States, lie said further that the American
liaihvay Union would never rest satisfied
until the constitutions of all the old
brotherhoods had stricken from them auy
provision that would prohibit members
from belonging to the American Kail way
Union. He declared: "We shall not rest
satisfied till we owa the earth."
Miner. Vuiun Is Jubilant-
SruiNGVini.K, Ills., May a. The state of
ficers of the Miners' union of Illinois are
very jubilaut over the reports received.
State President Crawford organized 4'C
miners at Mt. Olive, aud all have refused
to work, at mine No. 1 of the Consolidated
Coal company, the largest. At Greenview
the Metiard Coal comjiauy's men, sixty-five
in nuiulier, struck, aud ut I'aua all the
men iu the mines, in number between 700
and BOO, went out except eighteen. At
WilliauiBViUe the thirty-live men employed
by the Casey Coal cotnyany struck. '
Strikers Close I'p All the Mines,
Dl'Ll'TH, Miun., May 5. Telegrams re
ceived here by Sheriff Sharvey from every
mining center of the Mesabu range state
that the strikers have stopped work at
every mine and that the situation is
critical. The sheriff nt ouce telegraphed
Governor Xelsou asking permission to call
ou the militia, and it this permission is
given the sheriff will take the three Du
luth companies to the range.
Mrs "Jnuibo" Is a llaisy.
Tacoma, Wash., May 3. The industrial
army, through Mrs. "Junilio"' CntwelL has
made another appeal to the Northern Pa
cific for a train to carry the army to St.
Paul, offering $10,(KJfor it. General Traf".
lie Manager Uauualord refused tocousider
the proposition. Mrs. "Jumbo" led a pa
rade with three other women. She wore
eight large diamonds and a nobby spring
Alerting or the A. p. A.
Des Moines, la.. May 3. Delegates to the
national meeting of the A. P. A. have cou
veued here iu secret meeting. Nobody but
delegates are admitted. A press commit
tee was appointed to furnish reports, but
has not yet been willing to give out any
thing. It is impossible to yet learn any
thing authoritative ubout the transactions
of the meetings.
IKtesu't Anticipate Any Trouble.
Delamah, Id., May 3. The Delamar
Company reduced wages of the miners
frum).5'Jto$3 nnd trammers from $3 to
fc...10. The men. I"i0 iu number, prompt
ly struck. Captain Plummer, the mana
ger, does not anticipate auy trouble. The
men have sent out notice asking miners
m keep away from the camp.
Looks Very Like a Murder.
Ottcmwa, la.. May it. John Jager was
found lyiug ou the postoffice steps at Ed
dyvtlle with a revolver iu his hand and a
bullet iu his brain. A sum of money that
had been on his tiersou was missing. It
is supposed that he was murdered.
Another Chicago Concern Insolvent,
SwusoruXB. Ills., May 3.-The auditor
of public accounts has reported the Chi
cago Universal Investment aud Loan As
sociation as iusolveut to the amount of
$44,000. Attorney general Moloney will at
once proceed against the concern.
Irlarharged l.ooo Men.
ST. Pai l, Minn., May 3. -A Winnipeg
stiecial says: One thousand men have
been discharged from the Canadian Pacific
railroad service between Montreal and
Vancouver, owing to sluiiuess of busi-ueas.
Kcpraptitntivj Henderson, of Iowa, has
had a surgical operation performed which
it is hoped will perinaiii'tiily relieve hint
from the suffering he bus uudergono from
a wound received lu the war.
Of the sugar crop of Culm for the first
quarter of lsffi the United States took
S."i:t4per cent . or asr.wa tons; Canada.
k.1'.! tons: Sj irn. h,U tou, aud Great
Ilritain. 3,s.'I tons.
Kx-District Attorney Francis Wellmnn,
of New York, confirms the report that he
is to marry K.nuri .Inch, the prima donna.
Miss; Viva i'at!e, stepdattghti r of CX
Congressman Ca'st.le, :f-Siillw,itcr. Minn.,
was shot in a Minneapolis cafe by Mrs.
Scott Hlake, the wife of the proprietor.
The affair is shrouded in mystery.
Obituary; At. Haltimurn, George W.
Aboil, managing proprietor of The Sun.
aged 52; at Lyons, la., ex-State Senator
Norman Uo.trdm.tn, aged M; at Decatur,
Ills.. Dr. T. T. Dorwin, aged 0"i; at Scales
Mound, Ills . Mrs. Henry Martin, aged 51
The Iiiattiiind Match company proposes
to form a combination to control the man
nf act tire of miitchcsthroughoul the world.
As a part of the plan il intends to establish
an immense factory at Liverpool.
General IJIack, of Illinois, is confined tc
his room ut Washington by rheumatism,
lie iias b-en stiti.-rmg severely for several
days, but is bet'er and expects to be out
by the last i.f lue wvek.
All t-i the :s-tie ot Columbian po.-tac
stamps (World's fair issue) m.:h to Chi
cago Lave been stud. ThtTJ were some
thing l.ku ;::o. 'X.i,o jj of them.
MAP.KET3 BY TELIGnAPH.
?ew Vorli I'inaiieiiil.
NiiW Voiik, May 2.
Money on call e.-.y. OtTVr.-d at 1 p. i ce.it
I'riin.? mnvuut.U' jsiji-r ;!.. ;t-r cent. M.-r-lius'
eirh;i.i.'e fu in w t'.i actual busiaess in
bunkers' b.lls at il-'.t lor d.iunud nnl
isl4 T-i tor sixty nays: ihisu-iI rates 4.saj.
4SS'S. Couimcrcia. hill- 4s '.. t tsU.
Silver i-ei-tiiie:it.s lii . i: no sales; bar silvor
lii'4. Mexican dollar., ilU.
tnit.'i States b u.ls, ,Vs regular. It da
a's coupons, i;s; tlo 4"b uriiis, 114; 48
regular, 1 13 W, -1 -'. b: J; I'acilic li's ui "0
New York 4;rain and Produce.
Nkw Yonii, May 2.
Wheat May. Wt "; July. '-V'!'i"?c:
I'lt-emL-r. (i. 1-lti .iis'14.-. live --taiet; trial
tru. .Me. Coin-Options . S lair: .inly, H't,c.
data .May, :'s"-; .!r.:y. :ti; ''STe; track wU.te
ttitte. t,. -li:-; traek vi:ite wis.ieru. 4.'.r :ti:-.
I'oi k E isy: new m ss, f l;;.;i.i i H.di; tani
ly. fnv -'"..': su .it ciear, sit.w.r httttt
Laid W; ; k: prttiu w e.,:er:i sieaiu, iT.io
4 liicar;ii i;-ai:i aud P:-nuiire.
Citf iuo. Mar -
Foil iv. !r. j tvero hj :i -iat: m- ou t'.ie
Brd of TraU tvliv: Wheat Stay,
OlH-atsl . l."4 . l -,-.l ."U. ; J::l;.-, o.iened oli-'sC
;l'iM-.i .".Si'h S. t., jH-n.- 1 l I e'.isi J IO-t4c.
v.'orii Ma-, o;'Uel .ir?., , i ,i,s..ii t.Te: Juij-,
Diieat-ii ; ss.-: . !o eii : s s,-: :-e;it.. 'iK-ne i K
i.is d 4-le. l):.T ..lav. i.l :i I :;4e. closed
'fie: July. o;K'T:ei "J! cats -. l .4e; .septi-ni
lw, oj't'insl , ', t ies.-1 1 ork May.
ojslltsl fr.'"i. elo-. i il..",; .llllj. Olieued
Sl..",', io-,l si Uuil Mi'.y, o)reiied
i: 4ii. closed s: '.
I'roinee: 15r.ti.r-K.isey s.iarator. Sis per
lii; laiiey daily. 20 iSic: pa'-Kiui stock. S-.i-Hc.
i:.-s -1- res'.i stoc-k. 1 -'-se per do;-. Live Poultry
t liiekeus. si8.i'.a j.er lb: turkeys, K." lki
dtn ks. ;i r HV : gee-e. ?i.cii i-Vn per li .z. Fota-
t"K"S Blirlwillks, li'.l-r T'l,- iier bu; llebr.ias, ti'oo
n': Kiirly Ko-e. li I mixel in ;-JI. sweet
i'otatiKrs lllitiuis. ' let! pef o;.l. A'plts
Fair to choice. ,j.'i' p t ;1iI. 1'raaiH'Vrii'S
Jersey, f.:.! p.f lib!. H ia Whitj
clii'r, 1-ib sections. HU .1.' ... : or ilsea rum Ik,
lii 'll;la' k com!). t.-o.d l ou.Utieu, Wiilla;
strained California, "i mk-.
Cliicati Live stock.
tin Ai-.o. Mey
Live St'K'k l'rii-efi at tl.e Uuiou --t.Hjk
yards to lay raug.il as toll.m-: Hog Ksti
uiated reifii; lor the Uiiy --Vuit: sa.es ran-1
at $4.:0''."i.i" pi-. -JVii.. -.Vii light. 4.!0.:5.1'i
rough jia-kin ;. s."i lu ... ji niixi-d. a:;d ii.lii
i.:ij luavv pa., king anil shipping lot-.
Cattle ;t.tj'its firta-diy. 10 '111; quota
tious ranged at ?l i itel ihoice to extra
shipping .-leers. S:i.;." goo 1 to choice do.
$."i.;H. !-iw7o lair to g.s. I. s ijiii.j. I.'"."ieuinui;iu
niecuuui uii. i i.ln.i.i .li Imtcavrs steels, Slal-A
u.10 stuekers, S.:. J,io;.s fee lei-s. il.wi
3.41' tsiws. 5S.'.'.l.;.ij huiters, SiOl.i.:!.:) bulls,
$iTn.j.4.UJ iclLos steers, and S2.; o.jJ Veal
Sheep aad liinbs Keeeipts for the day,
P.'Mi; prices ranged at t-.7,V ;,1.."J western, 5i50
4-0 1 Icxuls, ttA) 4.70 natives aud Sjni4.s0
The Loral Markets.
t ora ;i."ito7c.
Oa-.e S ic.
Buy ISma'ly. a-ifrfiO; nplnnil. Ss; wild,
ISiJil: slou h, fitu. haled. 7 50&5e.
"Putter Fate to choice, ls320c; creamery, jt.
tres rreih, UrglKj.
Po'u 1 1 ry fli U k c us. dressed. 1 0c.
rnciT an vtumcLU.
Aiplce 7 50 per bb, FOB Chicago
fexione SI per bu.
Tamipa lUcper ba.
t"t e Bntcbera pay io
4 4 1 i -; cos ana neife-
enrn ft stcerr
s. -4 3!c caiesa
Pheop 4it 4 s4c ,
lsp:irg'auib fi SoQSS s head.
Coal-Soft, 10c ; hare, tS.50.
"Sl rine of the mlrhty I can it be
Tent tlin is ai: remains of Ihet ' Byron.
Sees niraiiu orco roT and riruht, frir and
bceutiriil. luhtdf heart, iiuxkof t-tep. dulcet in
V'Uit. the very liyht and life of the house, and
yva See u pi ture that migbj be called a bit of
I'aiadipc. See that sauic wonin worn by disease,
pa'cam! hasga:d, heavy of heart, speaking eel
dom, cain a shadow of loom throughout the
house by her pr. seuce, aud you hive a picture of
Pandise Lo-t Alas, the suffers from the ills
that thousands of umi n know. Tell her that
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription ia a certain
cure forfiminiuc weaknesses and (Teranacmcut,
it will restore health and good spir'ts, nud icakc
terotce iror: ablessio? to her family and the
Dos mm, Forsyth County, TJ. C Dr. R. V.
Pierce: lHurSir Forouiesix or etven years
my w fe had been an u.valiu. Ueroauinjr von
v. need that it wus lier only l ope, we bought six
bottles of Or. l'ieice s Favorite Prescription and
''Golden atei.ieal t isrevery.' To the surprise t r
the coniiuunity ann the jay of myself and family,
lu one week lay wife commenced to improve, and'
loeir befor' she bad taken the last bottle she we
able lo do her own work ?ut bad not been able
to do it before lor seven tears), end when she
had takuuttie ia?tof the nietiicitie elic was sound
ly cur.d. ours trulv,
llcv. T". U. Stisi-sok.
Koyal Knby" Kye Whleky
Is a "Bye as la a Rye," naturally ripened and
ree from all foreign flavor and adulterants, (raar
anteed pare aud over eleven years of age, recom
mended to tbe connoisseur as a meritorious arti
cle worthy of tha coiifiiencc of invalids, contra
lcrcruts and the aged, fcee that our came la
blown In bottle, f 1.00 per quart bot'le.
"KOTAL ucbt" POKT WISE,
purr, old and mellow, therefore best adapted for
invalids, convalescents and the aged. It restores
lost vitality, creates strength and appetite, builds
up the weak and debllitcted. jaaru.fi. Pints,
Uu cent. Put up on honor and g uaranteed by
KOYAL WINE, CO, Cnlcaao.
For sale at Harper House Phirmacy. aud b
WUUam Clcudeiuu, Holine.
IN paint the best is the
cheapcsL Don't be misled by
trying what is said to be "just as
good," but when you paint insist
upon having a genuine brand of
It costs no more per gallon than
cheap paints, and lasts many times
Look out for the brands of White
Lead offered yoa; any of the, loU
lowing are sure :
"Southern' "Red Seal,"
" Shipman," " Fahnestock."
For Colors. National Lead Co.'s
Pure White Lead Tinting Colors.
Thcs? colors arc sold in one-pound cans, nch
can lieing siiincicnt to lint 25 pounds ot sirictly
Ture White l-ed the desired shade; tliv are in
110 sense ready-mixed paints, but a combination
of perfectly pure colors m the handiest fuin: to
lint Strirtlv l'ure While Lead.
A Rood many thousand dollars have been saved
proiK-rtv-ottiicrs by having our book on paititinn
und color-card. Send us a postal card and gU
bulh il ec
NATIONAL LEAD CO.
rtatc aad i-"iiieci:th Streets, Chicago.
How to procure ANTI-WASHBOARD
SOAP POWDKK free of charge:
HUY -OUi: LADY" SOA1'.
Cut off the end of the wrapper,
at place named. When you. have
35 pictures of our Anti-Washboard
Soap I'owder, take them
to your frrocer or present them
at mr olHce and yon will receive
VKEE a 4-ponnd package, worth
25e. We make this liberal in
ducement to quickly introduce
Our Lady Soap and
Anti-Washboard Soap Powder
And holds prood until ail wrap
pers on which this offer is print
ed, is presented to us.
Warnock & Ralston
Soap Makers, llock Island.
THE GENUINE PHILA
DELPHIA, THE CONTI
NENTAL THE NEW DE
PARTURE, THE P.UCK
OF THE HIGHEST GRADES.
LAWN GRASS SEED.
THE PRICES ARE LOW
ER THAN EVER REFOKE.
Everything for the making
of a rich lawn at
ELDT?&tt aci SEED SICES,
213 and 215'West Second St.,
Aale a Well
w ivua i;ay.
HE GREAT aothay.
..,H1,AHuiFiuHni in u ipas. 11 acia
powcriutly ami quk Uly. Clivs ncn all otbrrr
IlllL V Aio.rr n..,.. . :.l .1. . .
7 Mm ni;iiiu tucir iosi niaiinoco,
anaoluni.n will recover their youthful vieoi
b,yuf'nS VITA LIS. It qtiiehlv and surely re-v-P?i
N.,-rvo'i-siiess, fost Vitality. ln-Kit. my.
ftlghtly Kmissions. Lost Power. Kailii.s lcm-
K i'iee.iM:s, ,,uu an eilC'Cl-S l tt'il
abuse or excess and indiscretion. Wards off
jos.wiiiy ana consumption. Insist on lovine.
" "- vf) v VU lU tun It U ltl )("9t
gcel. Hy niuil. ri.00 tier packapc. or fix for
VO.WH, with a noaitiva written nunnti n eara
a" ft . the money, t'irrulur fr--. Address
lU.Ui.ut' Comt-AM, tbicaro, lu.
For sale at Rock Ii!and by Hurpcr House 1'Lar
Biaiy Wlllutm aud Clcndenio, Sloline.
1 UM J Vl aawasw
Waoiasala Dealar and Importer of
Wines and Liquors
1616 aad 1618 Third Ave
Krtteof Ro.ioj.h S.hnlck(. A
torof tfaelaet mill u t it .? : v
behwec. late of the count, ,,I
al ol I 1 . no. - .1. ....... . j , - ' 1 I
that tSfy wiMaptx-ar before '"
Bock Is.and county. st the ox. ', .;l T "Kni
.une tern. on thr rlrrt Voi..v ,r tS
M wlWh um all f-.r,r, t;n,J-r,r..J -tfct
lid ttat re notified at . r. . l 1-
tor the Jurpof hmTi:tMhe ' l1' t
All rkvrsutfist i rv t . I - ': "'.i
qneeted S aake Immediate i.VIL.., ':" r r.
dcrslaiii ri. ' u-'- u tt
L'aud thitKd day of !,.), ,
w. y. SK.'hi:.iLi,fcf,''u-
EMSte of Annas. Kn,!- , ,,'
The nndemiened liavine u. , ." "
Ulralor of theeatale of At.:, s V '' ' : ' 4s..
tbe county of Hock IHan.l. nVe .7, "
Ceawd. hereby eivet notice t'ia- t J -before
the county court of , '
ty, at the oflcc of tt, ci,.rk , , J"
Ihe cite of Rock lulnnd. at t... - V " -rs 4
the tret Mon.iny iu .li. v , "" 1 m
time ail perwina l.tviLc claim- is,.f "'--'a
Ule are notified si.d req;ii.t,..fl- 'v..
on"iM-or havini? the -nine ,on.'. '. ' 'f
aoi iniiebteil to raid .-tan. 1" ' -maie
InniKjimtc pyaiei 1 1.1 1- , ', . , ' " t
Dated tnis .h d.t of Arril. a".
Fftate or I iehi.l Per,:, r. !.,.,. ,
The BBOersipr.ea Luu t.,.,.,, ....
ministratrix of tl..- e-ite f" "l
'in er, lute of the ouut.'i of l ,1 1 -ot
I'.lifcoi-, d. ceaee.i, h r. l"v '. ,,''' 'r
wi;'. appear Ik f.irr tue co-.n.'.vV.,-- ', ,'Vr'
cne t;t . at tli- offici of ii. , ', rk vt . " t li
me ciij 01 liocr, jstar.d. a: th- Jo .
the rlrft Monli.y in J,.'s ,,, i; ,. ,'t1
11 pen-ot j bavtue rla'nu. a,-a 1.-; - , J. .' ' -
cotiii. 1 auil req'ie.tea t'j a-te' f . - 0 " -of
having tbc wae a-ija-u-u"
debted toaaidcrtile are rn.u, .J,. -mediate
;mj rji-nt to the ut,.t. iM
Dated Ihie dav of Am "(i ,
MtKY I'EMlhl:. A..:,i.;;
Notice tu Contra, tor-.
Sealed pmjl will lie r.re v,,. ,.
eletAV office. Krk lm d. 1 '?
11. MS o'clock J, (.,r c ,,.".11- '
oveaHHts ordered t.y a:imt!iur.e-i ' . ' 7'
entitled --n or .liMinee tor it.. .n. n '.! ';
Seventeenth etrcet. Iroei tlie s,, .t . ,,(!'
avenue to hefau-li :me of s, . i -: al '.' L
nine west." ia-M-d Mann 5. !-'i: i-'. :-3'
nuLce tor the imtrowtnem . f s,. t.;.;. ,
fnmi tlie soath line f.f Sex.-i.tt, mi; , ,. ,...'
west o the roull 1-re of N'-nt-i av- . ' '"
west." j a cl arch r. is;i : .. .' -for
the improveni ic of Si-vn.-o-i t 'i . 1
tne son'b l:ne cf N inn ttici.ii.- r-.i-- - H x
the rorta une of Iliitlit-ei.tu a e ".
March 5. 1-ttl, and f..r fiim -t. .1; f I,.-'.," "
unci di it tne work awil'ty :,i ; ..'
JM id atioi s on ti'e a: tti- csy ( . 1A-
T.'.ack Bir?wi 1 b-toriii-hiuon :.; ti 1 j-'lf.-
bid-motbe ee;.arate fir eii-h 1 ..IT. '. ...
alKe sritiod. tv.,i arr nunilie.i a n, ,,r . .
rbcrk 111 thea:m of .vi 11. i.-vi'. . -. ,
der of the major of 3,.i fi v.' w :;
rorr.e forfeited f nidc'ty ir. ci-et ... : ;- I'.,
fail to et.ter into 11 '.:.. t a. -u .
mreties to cx.iu.e the work f .r ,
mentioned in hi bid and arret 1 ta ' :.r ' v:
nnd rp.cilleiitioiis in lit : ev.'UI tl.l I lc t .L' ..'..
alia'l be awarded to bin. ' J'
tVinfacior- are nsjuired to fj-:.i.i ...-
of brick with whit h wurk i m e. li-!. '"jri
nd m the wcr nut torres Li iLr
jrlta iu qnali'yau i t yle.
kock Is.and, H'. A r 1 17. I"
A. D. lii.'fcsl;. r;-y -.-t
A ifiJJVK KETUKX.
'I' ,.W '-XS " ' "
K. A. iiai:oim;.
-I was CUR E D of ct arr1, -four
weeks at the S.' dt Md'ea In
stitute after all otln-r reti:' -failed."
EVKIiY Cl'liAl'.LK MSF.ASE Tl.t T! I'.
Scott Medical Institute,
0'cr American Einrcea Co.
S."l r.ndy Street, l)avnior.. I n,
sr-KCI A I.TIIiS -Catarrh. Eve. Ear.
Thtoa. Lunes: 'crvoafcdis.ase-, ekn. u - j-- -.
OFFICE llid'KS 9 to 11 a.m- 2 ti 4 p c. :
toS. m. on 6:TMiays Ine om:e : ". I !'-
liom 9 a. m. to 4 p.m.
Jolan Volk & Co.
Sash, Doors, Winds, Siding. Uouriti?
And all kinds o wood work for baiMe-?.
Klpbtecnlh e'U 1st Third and Fourt H
Is u w
& k 1
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