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THE ARGUS. FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1894.
A. D. HUESING,
Krprwn tt, wm other th tried ta4
hm Fit, I Manse, Cianpaalsa. the following
ftnyat Immn (Vcpnr, ef Zadand.
Wrarhestvr Fir la. Ooaaaaav, of S. T.
Baffako rrnaea laa. CMpw;, BnaJo, II. T.
Rnehmtar Uermaa laa. Co., kocheetcr, M. T.
Ciusraa' laa. t!o., et Pitta burg. Pa.
ana Fire Office, London,
late laa. t'o- of California,
aaarlljr laa. ('.. Raw Ilavea, fona.
Mllwaaaee Mechanics laa. Co., MUwaakee
Wernaa fin In. Ce at Peoria,! 11.
Offic Cor 18th St. and 2d Ave.
Bock Iilavd, III
BATES ft CLEAVELAin)
rfcproMBttag orer 40 Million Dollars
of Cmb wtti
llr Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OPFK-B Beagstoa'a bloc flock Island, Ilia.
cafa war ratca ; tney will interest yon.
J. M. BUFORD,
Taenia Fire and Tine-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Mat a low a as reliable company can aSorc
Toar Patrenaa-e la aollcttod.
STATE SATOTGS BANK
noils e, HI.
Data a Ccraa? flftacatb street and Third A
CAPITAL, 91 00.000.00.
aceeed tba Mollaa Bartan baas. Organised IM
s PtfCnr mim mi os sirosim
Orgaataad nadcr State Law.
Opes front I a. a. to Ip m-, and Wednesday sac
etnrday sights from? to Spa
H. A. Alaswosrra,
uaaaawai. ... ueahler
Porter Skinner, W. W. Walla,
C. A. Rom. H . A. Atnswortn,
O. H. Bdwarda, W. H. Adaau.
Andrew rrtaarit. C. P. Hemeaway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
avade for ornate parties ta tba ardaa
pot of tba west by tba
Orchard State Banfe
of OBCHAKD, MBBRASaU.
B. W. Das. President.
J. 8. Din Cashier.
M1teb.lt Lvnda. Baabafa.
J. P. BoMasoa, Cashier Mock bland Station)
O. C Carter. M. O.
Henry Dart's Son, Wboteaalc On art.
Bladder or Uri
Do you want immediate relief and
cure? del . .
For sale by all druggists.
Read what Dr. Snyder, formerly
oi irecpon. says:
Chicago. March T, 1893
Dr. Barn ham. M Adams trat. Cltr:
My bait lloetor My aitrniinn was flrt cal el
to tsn Jaa" laat year la tba ce of Captain J.
M. Bra.lat.nf Atlant , ... who araa ,ttara4 la
tbl. city with arm. aephrtti (inllamrU kidmya)
aattay.tlii. Inllamat Ion of bladder). Afier pra-
Kh mug: tn. Baual rcmmlra vttbnot avail, "ban
Jab" ara. ni:Kvfri. aad th. Improwmmt wan ao
atarkad afatr tba aratdorc that a complete car.
followed pwll't, that I at once mmnienccd
aa iniiH(atioti or n. aaeriia, and bate .inc. prr
acrlbcd It in almoM rrary known form of kid
ary. elaJd-r. areibral. Ta.iaal and eatarrlul
Imablea, followed la eacb loeUnca by tbe bap
la my own tw (rytitla tba relief It (rave me
la a few daya waa .Imply maryeloua.
A caa. of .narmla In my owa fnmlly waa very
aeh imprnved by a few dorca. and radically
carad la Unm tban a week rom prartlral rzper
leac. la a anmnar of bad eaana of leaenrrhora. I mm
rra. to aay that I baa foaad ao remedy that la
onaal to -tbin Jab."
Aad while I aare aerer be for. tleea a prof.a
ebmal aaaVmemeat to a pmprHrtary remedy, I my
anbMttailnal and wlthuat reaerro. that I cooxto-
.r "Una Jak" a earltehte bona tn haataalty, and
after applying It I th, .arret pnif.ncml tenet.
can nty wnn enenuenca n la Better toaa it
ncoaaaMaded tn be.
.ball coaiiaae to preanrlha It la all cam of
Iteattn-tirtnar or catarraal troabloa la preference
tnall other kanwn raaMdlr.
A. aaerre tonic, eapeclallylatbecaM,of weak.
araemK chlldrra, "Ben Jaa'1 caa be tailed apna
tally Bed ,nilrely. Th. nellclna. ta.1, of th,
aaMlelB, Is aim lo It favor. In arveenblna' It ft r
children. I am at prevent aaina "Nn Jak" aa aa
alterative la akin d aeawe ami Bavaral win of
rhrwaic eraema aivia v.llnd ao rrwlllf to II
I all neve I hat I ahall eontiaae to ae It m elmllar
.aa, feellnft cowaaVnt that It will Bteet all the
laillbatloaa la aovb caara.
. fSlcaad) Oao. W. PitTota. M. D.
Ask your Drujjiat fvr homo rcf
A STRANGE CASE.
How an Enemy was Foiled.
TTm following pmpMft 8tatomnit will be
rend wlih InM-n-wlnU-ivnt: "I rannot drwrlbe
t Im- nunih. rrvrpy aenstion t hat exiMMl In my
trim, liiifuli and lrr. 1 had to rub and tien
iImok- oiirtn uni il I liey wen soro. to overrome
In a mranirc thodcaJ feelinit that had takon
poxM-wion of tln'tii. In addition, 1 had a
Mningi- walnM In my hnrk anil aronnil my
wal-l. toin-tlMT itli an iwleTi!ntlo toii'
fit'linir In my Moiimrh. I'hyli-lans raid it
wariwpinir paraly-K from which, arrnrd
Ini to tholr univi r.tt ronc-ln-lon, tin-re is no
relief. Onre it fusion upon a person, t hey
auy. it rontinm-s its insidious protrrew until
it reaches a Vila I point and the wifferer tllea.
Such vim my prosxTt. 1 had been doctoring
a year nnd a half Mendlly. but with no par
ticolar lMnetiu v.h'n I saw an advertisement
of lr Miles' Kwtoratlve Ncrvine,.prx-ured a
Imttleana ixirnn using it. Miirvcious as It
m seem, riut a few days had dbsmm! N-foro
every hit of that creepy feeling had lef t me,
and there hns not Ix-en even the slightest
Indication of its return. I now feel as
well as 1 ever did. nnd have gained ten
Founds in weight, tinmen 1 had run down
mm 170 to M7. Four oilier have used Dr.
Miles' Kestorat I ve Nervine on my recomen
iliitlon.and It lias been n satisfactory ini hole
case. as tn mine." James Kane. La. lJue, O.
Dr. Miles liustorativc Mrvlne Is sold by oil
dmcrgists on a positive guarnntee, or sent
direct by the Ir. Miles Medical '., F.lkhart,
lnd.. on receipt of price, 1 per bottle, six
1 lot tie for.V. express prepaid, it U free from
opiates ur daueorous urus.
a. C. OOaHSLLT.
B. D. COKltlLLT.
Connelly & Connelly,
Attoroeys at Law.
Offlc, second floor, over Mitchell A Lyndc'a
back. Money to loan.
Jackson & Hurst,
Attorneys at Law.
Offlc la Rock Island National Bank ball ding.
a. s. swssaar.
C X.. WaXKBB,
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Councellors at Law.
OBc in Bcnctoo f Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Legal business of all kind promptly attended
to. Sta'e'a Attorney of Bock Island county.
Odlce, t-ostnfflc Clock.
McEnlry & McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan aiooey on good secarity; make collec
tions. Reference. Mitchell A Lynda, bankers.
Office. Postoffl a Block.
R. M. Pearce,
Room If and SI In Mitchell k Lynde'i new
Bonding Tak, elevator.
Hawthorne & Silvia,
No. IT18 Second Avenue, over Erell ft Math's.
Drs. Bickle Ac Schoe maker,
Mitchell Lynde'i Block. BoomaStSl. Take
Physician and Surgeon.
1134, Third A venae. Telephone, 1170, office
Roars : 1 to 4 p. m., and at night.
i. a. aoLLowacsa, at. p.
a. a. bibth, h. d
Drs. Barth & Hollowbnsh,
Physicians and Surgeons.
beaidence 711 in at rt.
Dt, Barth I Or, Hollowbnsh
to Ml a. m. I I0tol3a.m.
1 to and 7 to 6 p.m. I to 5 and? to JB p. at.
Dr. Chas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Office, Wblttukcr Block, aoothwest corner
Third and Brady streets. Datsnuort, Iowa
Koom 1? and IS. Hoar: 9 toll a. ml to 4 p. o.
Edward L. Hammatt,
Offloe. Boom 41, Mitchell Lynde Building.
Geo. P. Staudohar,
Plan and superintendence for all class of
Buildings. Room. S3 and 65, Mitchell at Lynde
Bnildlna;. Take clcvab r.
W. A- Darling,
Buford Block, over Klngsbnryi store.
t n Will I
I Ml r U2ST MANHOOG I
BUILT BY WOMEN.
A Monument to the Mother of
GALA DAT AT FEIDERICKSBUKQ, VA
Th. Meaaorial I'nvelled ia the Ptwsenca ol
President Cleveland and Bis Cabinet and
Many Other Men and Women ol Kml.
.eore Confederate Veteran with lbs
Battlellaga of the Loat Cans a Feature
of the Event The Exercises.
Fredericksburg. Va., May II. The
special train with the presideutial party
fortbe ceremony of unveiling the Mary
Washington monument left Washington
at 9 o'clock. President Cleveland iwas in
a Pullman tar in
the rear with Sec
Bissell and Mor
ton, and PrivaU
ber, Mrs. Gresh
am, Mrs. Carlisle
and other ladies.
Another car had
Mrs. Waile, wid.
ow of the late
Waite. who is
PJ ART WASHINGTON MOX- ,,
1-MEXT.FRKl.KRlCks- PreW'lent of the
BLku, va. Mary W nslnngton
Memorial association, and Chief Justice
Fuller. The Daughters of the Revolution
had two cars. The National Marine hand
was in another. The Alexandria infantry
boarded the train nt that city. The run to
Fredericksburg was uneventful. It oc
cupied two hours. An immense crowd
surrounded the station ns the train pulled
in, a presidential salute boomed forth
from the guns of the Richmond and a
scarlet coated baud played "Hail Colum
bia." Reception or the President.
President Cleveland and his cabinet
came to the platform of their car where
they were greeted by means of a recep
tion committee, of whom one was Justice
Harlan of the United States supreme
court. The Richmond Light infantry iu
dazzling umlorms of blue and silver kept
back the crowds with their bayonets.
AUgued along the adjoining streets were
various organizations, conspicuous among
them the Confedetate veterans with the
tattleflags of the confederacy fluttering
over them. The procession was cheered
by thousands of country men ns it wound
it way through the little town from the
station to the green knoll topped with
wooden stands, hidden in patriotic bunt
ing where the uus and Daughters of the
Revolution and distinguished guests were
assembled. One feat ure of t he procession
was the ladies on horseback, who led the
FrogTamme of Exercise.
Then came the grand marshal. Adju
tant General Charles J. Anderson of Rich
mond and his stafT, followed by W. J.
Crawford, the nrchitect of the monument.
Then followed President Clevelaud, Vice
Presideut Stevenson nnd members of the
cabinet in carriages, followed by the gov
ernor and .tail und military organiza
tions and secret societies, conspicuous
among them being the memliers of the
Fredericksburg uud Alexandria Masonic
lodges, in which Washington had taken
his degrees. The programme for the dedi
catory exercises included addresses of wel
come by Mayor A. 1. Rowe nnd Governor
O'Ferrall, Masonic ceremonies, an address
liy Lawrence Washington, a descendant of
Mary Washington, and an oration by
Senator John W. Daniel, the orator of the
day. President Clevelaud also spoke.
The Work of Women.
The monument was made (lossibleby the
jiersistent efforts of two patriotic women
Mrs. Amelia C. Wnite. widow of the late
chief justice of the United States supreme
court, und Mrs. Margaret Hetzel of Clin
ton Station, Va. It was paid for by the
contributions from almost every state in
the Union. The idea of buildiug this niorr
timent hns existed ever since I!. In ltvW
Mr. Silins E. Durrotighs, a prominent mer
chant of New York, offered to" construct
in Fredericksburg at his own expense a
memorial to the mother of George Wash
ington. The work was begttu, but Mr.
Burroughs met with financial reverses
and was obliged to postpone the comple
tion of his plan until he could retrieve his
fortunes and continue. He died before he
was able to resume the work.
Work lone Over Again.
Ia lsiK), however, the Mary Washingtou
Memorial association was formed, with
Mrs. Wnite at the head and Mrs. Hetzel as
secretary und t he work of raising money
for the monument commenced in earnest.
All the work had to lie done over again,
the stonework done under the direction of
Mr. Uurrotigbs having by this time crum
bled away. The monument does not
stand upon the site of the house in which
George Washingtou was born. He was
born near the village of Wakefield, on the
bank of the Potomac river, sixty-live
miles below Washingtou. The monument
has been raised over Ins mot tier's long neg
lected grave, a quarter of a mile beyond
the city limits of Fredericksburg, ou what
was once the farm of Colonel Fielding
Lewis, husband of her daughter Betty.
WILL TRAVEL BY WAGON.
How Veleg-atee Will to to the Nebraska
OMAHA, May 11. A call was issued fur
a meeting of the Populist state central
committee at Lincoln, May 18, to fix the
date' and place for holding the state con
vention. Chairman Deaver in his call
says that it has been desired to call the
convention at a time when the farmers
could take a couple of weeks off, and the
place selected will lie in the central part
of the state. It is proposed that the dele
gates boycott the railroads and go to the
convention by wagons. Each county will
be asked to transport its delegates in a
body by horse route and each evening a
stop will be made at some important
jMiint and a political protracted meeting
Fuilmau Mea Will Kai Strike.
Cuit'AGO, May II. The committee ap
pointed to confer with the Pullman com
pany reported at a meeting held in Turner
ball, Kensington, and it was decided not
to atrike at present. A' committee is go
ing to examine the books of the company
lid if it is found that the company has
been making money a strike will be or
dered, otherwise there will be no strike.
Railway Lines Shut Down.
PiTrsiiruo, May 1 1. The South Fork,
the Uuity. the Hem field nud theScwick
ley branches of the Pennsylvania road, will
be shut down indefinitely ou account of
the coal strike.
Representative Ryiium. of Indiana, hns
Introduced a bill in connress for t ensions
at the rata of 1 cent per day for each day
Obituary: At D.etur ll's , Professor
W. L. Patterson, formerly of Edinburgh
university. At Woodstock, Ills). Rev U
K. Todd At. New York. Thomas B. Mo
Mabon. Al Riversi le. Cal., Rev C E.
Torrey, of Deiatur, Ills.
' Ten thousand persons are reported
killed by an tar!htUuk4 in Veuezueia
The cities of Merdia, Lagunillas, Chiquar
and Sau Juan and innuy villages were de
stroyed. A! the bills for th extermination of
the Russian th:st!e that have been pend
ing in the liouso committee on agriculture
have been reported adversely
In a shooting scrape tetween police and
United Mates sold.ers at Kio Grand
City, Tex., one of the latter and an inno
cent bystander were killed The oflicer?
were trying to arrest five soldiers lor car
The Massachusetts l.o:is? of representa
tives has rejected a bill tn enable cities
and towns to manufacture and distribute
pas. A bill to allow cities to luruish elec
tric power lor beating passed.
John Farrell, a New York saloonkeeper,
was killed by Patrick Mastered, an ex
policeman, in Ii is place of business. Mas
ttron alleges that he acted in self-defense.
Tip, the Centrtl park elephant who has
killed nine petsous, has lxcn ordered
Norway, Me., st'.fiVred 5ii9,fO') damage
by lire. Fifteen hundred people are home
less and seventy dwellings burne 1.
K. Ik White, a Houston, Tex., p-iinter,
killed his wife and himselt. His w.le had
instituted divorce proceedings.
Rate cutting iu the transatlantic stei-r-ase
business nas carried the pussiige !rom
London to New York to .1 .
A wild rain ..torm made gutters of n
I'.ttmUr f str-tts nt Stillwater, Minn.,
anil did other damage estimated ulta
D'ilif'nla ;U flMi.'Kii.
The national convention of workinggirls'
clubs is meetiu: nt Boston. 1 here nie no
di-legates I rom lie west.
"Dodo," the principal character in E. !
Heiisoii s book of that title, is said to Lave
beeu drawn from Miss Marmot Teunant,
daughter of Sir Charles Tt-nnaul. Hie
has just b.-ea married to H. 11. Asquitii,
llritisii secretr.rv of slate for home ntla.rs.
The wedding was a swell"' cicasiou at
ST.. George's. Ham.vcr Syiare.
liamage to YVnest Ou-t-ll.liunli'il.
Si-i:ii,riKL!i. May ", I The first
official reports received at the ctliee of the
Mate department of agriculture since the
severe freeze of March 2 show the dam
age done to when at that time was great
ly over-estimated. On low lands, where the
Malk hail jointed considerable damage was
dene. L'.it us clIv a small proportion of the
area l.a.1 readied that stue. the leal in
jury was slight.
Thinks Hill Will lie Fair.
TIME Hauk, May 11 - President E. V.
Debbs. of the American ILcilway union
denies the statement that the Great
Northern railway was not living up to thj
agreement with the men. He said he had
rec?ived a long statement from Mr. Hill
regarding the cases now in doubt. Any
men who are found guilty of criminality
during the strike will not be reinstated.
There are but few such cases. Mr. Debs
expressed the belief that Mr. Hill would
do the fair thing by the men and does not
anticipate any further difficulty.
Killed by a Palling Koof.
ClTT of Mexico, May in. Another cat
astrophe has occurred as the result of the
caving in of the roof of one of the old
houses of the city. Four members of the
family of Pedro Yasasquez were caught in
the debris and two killed. The house had
its roof constructed in the usual cumber
some Mexican fashion of piling large
quantities of earth and stones on the sup
porting tnuliers of the roof.
Kulilsaat's Makers on a Strike.
Chicago, May 10. All the bakers
nearly ilitt employed by the H. H. Kohl
saat company struck because the manager
would iiot sign the union wage scale. As
many non-uiiiou as possible were put to
work and Piukertou detectives patrolled
in front of the various establishments to
prevent interference. At midnight tin or
der for S,0(Ki loaves was placed with an
Smooth I'eusiou .swiuuier.
Leaven woiiTH, Kan., May 10. The
Leavenworth posted authorities discovered
a smooth swindler in the person of a mid
dle aged colored man, who was getting". $34
a mouth under the name of I'eter Gilles
pie and Jlli under the alias of J. H. Brown.
This he bus been doing for three years
anil it was only found out by a mail car
rier being called to identify him at the gen
eral delivery who had delivered him a jien
sion letter on his route. He displayed
much cunning in getting the letters.
Annihllxtlug the UevolultouiHts.
Managua, May )1. The revolution iu
Salvador is fast losing ground. Geueml
Ezeta, with an army of 14,000 nieu has
suirounded the city of Santa Ana, Gen
eral Ezeta's batteries have beguu the
bombardment of the city, and the firing
has beeu continued without iutermis-
Itun Over by a Train.
LaSalle, Ills., May 11. While stop
ping a runaway team at the Illinois Cen
tral depot Colonel M. Corcorau was run
over by a passenger traiu and killed. He
had beeu an aldermuu of the city for
twenty years and war one of the best
kuowu Democrats in northern Illinois.
Multoui Iu Parvo.
"Mnch in little this sentence mean;. It has
almost become a proverb, because the erprcseion
can be used in so many instances, in no in
stance, however, caa this raying be ud with
greater propriety 1 ban in speaking of Dr. Pierce's
Plrasait Pellets. There is Indeed much In a lit
tle vial of them -there is a tnrc for many a head
ache telief from dvsncpsia, biliousrei., cansti
patlon. colic and piles and restoration to hea'th
and happimsi. Much good In little space.
Royal Rauy Kye Whisky
Is a "Bye as is a Hys," naturally ripened and
ree from all foreign Oavor and adulterants, gnu
antccd par and over eleven years of age, rucum
mended to the connoisseur as a meritorious arti
cle worthy of the confljenoe or Invalids, conva
lesoente and the aged, fee that our name ia
blown In bottle . f 1.00 per quart bot'le.
-ROYAL RUBY" PORT WISE,
pure, old and mellow, therefore best adapted for
invalids, convalescents and the aed. It restoraa
lost vitality, creates strength and appetite, bnilds
ap the weak and debilitated, (nans, l. Pints
0 cents. Put np on honor and guaranteed iby
ROYAL WISE, oOn Cbteaao.
For sale at Uarprr House Pharmacy, and bv
WUUamClendenin,Moliikw 7 '
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Nw York Fiuanciiat.
New York. May VL
Money on call easy. Offered at 1 percent.
Prime mercantile pafier ijt per cent.; ster
ling exchange btondy with actual business in
bankers' bills 4S.svj,.,po for demand and
4sHa5(4S7t4 for sixty days; post?d rates 48sifctj
4'.l. Commercial bills 4J4(.ISJ4.
fMlver certirtcat'-M. KlriA'i; no sates; bar sil
ver. retJ4- Mexican dollars, 5119.
United States bonds, Ti's r!ilar, 117VJ; do
6"s eoujious. do 4's coupons, li:r-g: 4"s
regnlnr, lllS.s;; do iTs, 1 bid; Pacillo li's of
Produce: Putter Fancy separator. 1M
17c iier lb; fancy dairy. l.Vw.f Pic; jiacking
stock, Sffi !e. Kjrus Fresli stock. t'e lerdos.
Live poultry C'nirkeus, 8c iier lb; turkeys.
He; ducks, tsjr geese, gtt.taia.ft.MI 1 er do.
Potatoes Htirbaiiks, nkVivJc iier bu; liebrons,
"."wise; new potatoca. Lmiiana. $4.MK;4-3ll
per bbl. Appl-?.".ttiri.i.i per hM. Straw
berrits Louisiana, ;i.( !,i(t ht "Jl-qt case.
New York liraiii nnd Produce.
Nkw Youk. Mar 0.
Wheat July, Gl T-lfiftfil 11-lllc; Deeeiuber,
!ll-ltiu'ii;sc Corn July. 44444. Hyo
Dull; western. MiSO. Oats .tiny. 3S!i :Sc;
July. :se; track white sate. 42vi.4ie; track
white western, 4-4ile. Pork New mess.
Si:i TV.'lt l; family. SI-I.iiiihI.V.Mi. Laid
Dull; prime western steam nominal.
Chicago (.rain and Produce.
Ciucaco, Slay 10.
FoUnwinp ,wero the quotations on the
E'.rd of Trade tooay: Wheat May. ois-ned
6tM-i closid &",ji-; July. Cs-ne;i ,Vn closed
ilije; Septeml er, o) ened at.-, i-IomsI tin' ,c.
Corn May, cpened . SiSc, closed ase; July,
opened :1:1hC, c-lo-e.i H-'ijc; S"t)tetnl)?r. opened
4ihC. l lo'ie t ii'k: lats Slay. iened :lTlr.
clu-ed :i4:w-; July, opcnel laAc. closed Hn1,;
Septimlier, opened iVc, closed i'sc. I'ork
May. opened gls.i.", clos -d ilu'.r.'-u; July.
oi'bed JI3.4H. cl.we.1 " Lard May,
DiH-ued J.ift1, cioscsl S7.:it.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chic-.too. May 10.
Live stork Pi ices at the Union Stock
yards today ranged a t.ilii.w-: Hoes Lsti
uiate l rtsvipts fur the day, il.on: sales rantti
at f4.To.;".l i pias. ?4.'..". ".15 li-lit, SI so n !i5
ronub pac king, t4.i'."ic li.yi mixcil. and s.'i.u.iji
5. t1) heavy packii.g autl shippint; K.ts.
Catth Receipts f.ir the day, ll.'ntl; quota
tions ranged at ?1.P-.!! c hoice to extra
shipping steers, S..'.ii,r4.:l eo.nl to choice do,
Si.4o":t.'.i fair to giMHl, St.lisi.'H common to
Jinsiiuni do. $.L9t!'.T: buiwiiers" stivrs,
I'AItt stixk.-is. $s.::i.m fciler. tl.titsi
3.4(1 cows. !;f.'.li-(3.u" hciiers, Sf.ii i-I..".l bulls,
f j.:u- l.tvj "Texas steers and .". ) teal
Sheen and Lambs Receipts for the day,
6. (i; prici-s ranged at 4.o.' western,
fS. (;i.:."i Tcxans, S.'.H 4.1 j uatnes, aud $1UU
The Local Markets.
Vt nest f.ac
O if- ii :ii :
av 1 momy. 510; rp'sn!. I9CJK1; wild
S:0 i It ID
uai d. tS
Rnver Fair to choice, 15 JHic; eaniery. 16..
K.TS Pre . sa'tj-
Poultry Chickens, d-esecd.lfc.
FRC1T AND VEGETABLES.
.tip'- J -s-r ih, FOB Ch cago.
pe'itoe" "i 'SO:
Cxicts fi.topcr bu
Csttie Butchers pay tor c im fsc steer.
4"4 4c; coas a&d Oeiteis Se uuu-l
C 4 -,-..
Khe,T) 4cv7 '
Spring '.amb $i 50GS3 a held.
Coal Soft. Hie; bird, ls.50.
I 'eve a rr.atden fair to sec
A-;d b-.s of all she loveth me;
our hearti both bet in uni" y
Wc owe il all to Faiks" Uerb tea.
Fcr be wes ssllow and I w as red.
And neiih-jro? n wa'd c-ver have wed
Hd it not been Jor her aunt who mid:
J:i"t tsk'S Pi k Tea wt-en jou l-o to b d."
So d by liar z A l llemeyer.
fzana REMEDY for
ITZTSAI jIA tnd eiai'ar Oomphints
Taatititaottirsfl ncder tae strlncrat
GERMAN MEDICAL LAWS.,
Byxprracnaea DJ fur, most ptysiciansU
itJ CR. RICKTEP.'S
Look zko on nacks?e for Sr. Sicliter's firm :
F-Ad. Richter&Co. New York.
-29 HiSHtST AWARDS.
12 Branch Bouses, - - - Oim Olastworks. J
'. ai.d r"c 1 or sale by Hurst Von
l.oeckniz. C. ht eidel. Hartier lfuuae
i-narrascy. i ccc is.blc, in.
And it will Seep You Cool I
Drink 11 whfn yon En'ilitnity: wbon you
ar Urvd ; iv.in vouBrffvt-rhiitK,. W hen
ever you frf l that u ti-.ltt-ivimi wmpemaoe
drink wit) do vou koq&, drtulc
Send Sc. Mmf tor beautirul picture caro and bo-.k.
The ('has. I- Hire. Co., Pbiladelpfaia.
and how to attain It.
At last S medical work that tells the csnses,
describes the elects, points the remedy. This
Is scicntiucaliy the most valuable, aitirtically
the most beautiful medical book thatbas ap
peared for years; "JU pagw every page bearing
a half-tone illustration In t'nts. 8c me of the
subjects treated are Nervous Debility, Impo
tency. Sterility. Dsvelopement, Varicocele,
The Unsb ind, Those intending Manlage, etc
very man who would know the gnnd uratbs,
tbe plain facts, the old secrets, and the new
discoveriesnf medical scenes aa sppUad to
marrl d life, ah i woold atone far past follies
and avoid future pitfalls, should write for this
wonderful little book. It will, bs sent free
nndcr seal. Address the publishers.
Sric Hedica' e , Bufl.lo. k. Y.
nlARD -TIMES REMEDY !
No man can afford to have a sick Wife or
Daughter, nor, in such times as these
A big Doctor bill Zoa Phora cures
the sickness, saves the bills.
"A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSE
FUL OF SHAME.' CLEAN HOUSE WITH
HEATISO AKU VEST1LATISG ENGINEERS. "t
A complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods,
Packing Hose, Fire Brick, etc.
DAVIS BLOCK, Molinc, 111.
J. M. SOHAAB,
Wholesale and retail dealer in Flour, Feed,
Grain, Hay and Straw.
Proprietor of Cyclone Roller Mills. All kinds of grinding duae
to order. Agent for the GEO. TILESTON MILLING CIVS
WORLD'S BEST OF ALL FLOUR in the world. Ask for it and be
convinced. Nice Fresh Meal and Feed always on hand.
1601 and 1603 Fourth Ave.
SMALL POX PREVENTIVE
A PREVENTATIVE FOR
The Best Disinfectant Ready
Trade supplied by HURST VOX KOF.CKIIITZ. corner Firth ave
nue and Twenty-third street. Fifth Avenue Pharmacy. Sole Asrent.
Rock Island. Manufactured lv the Pastaur Chemical Co., New Yi rk.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenu9.
IKCOKFOBATED ORDER THE STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Opes dilly from a. m. to 3 p. m., and Saturday evenings from 1 to 8 o'c'oek.
Fire per oent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal col
lateral or Keai Estate security,
f. L. MITCBXLL, Fresl. F' C. DKKEM ANN, Vice Preat. JM Bl'rOKU, Cafhler
P. L. Mitchs'0, F. C Osnkmsnn, John Cnihanirh. PM1 Mitrhrll, Q. P. linll, L Simon,
X. W Hurst, J. M. Hr.fofl, John Von.
jAcaaoa Udbwt, stlicitr.
Began bnalness Jnly t, 1890, aS occupy tha sonthiast corner of Mitchell ft Lvr-dc's rirw bnlld'j
F.Boaumaui. To BosrunrU).
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters.
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Rock Island Nat. Bank
aVB kinds of Cut Flowers constantly on band.
Oaa block from Ckniral raik, lar0t ia
Gas and Steam Fitting
Largest and best equipped establishment
west of Chicago.
112, 111 West Sevcnlfi-nth strec-t.
Telephone IMS. Kx-k UlAt
Small Pox, Cholera, Typhoid and
Scarlet Fevers, Diphtheria, E;c.
AIHIvT ACHBH .
of the Brady street
Floaw atore ,.
JI Brady str.et, Davccport. i-