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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, MAY 15 184
A. D. HUESING,
other tlm-Md and wL
t eompaal, th following
Royal Imrow Company, of Xa land.
WihwIm Fit la. Oompaay, of U. T.
ItaOalo Scmu In. Company, BaCUo.II. T.
Rnawtr earmaa In. Co.. kockaatcr, . T.
muse' la. Co., of Pltubarg, Pa.
ana Fir Offloe, London.
TJatoa la. Co- of California.
Sorarlli la. '.. Maw Haven, Cona.
UwaaBo Macbaoxa laa. Co., HUwMkM
wanaaa Fir laa. Ce, at roria,lll.
Office Cor 18th St. and 2d Ave.
- Bock Islaitd, III
IIATS3 ft CLEAVZLASD
Representintr over 40 Million Dollars
of Cask Maeu
rire Life. Tornado.
Bond of Suretyship.
orrKTB-Daeirrto' blot ftock lalaad, III.
afa war rata: tbaj will tnrt yon.
J. M. BUFORD,
General a a
Theela Flra aad Tlm-trta4 Compaal
Losses ProBptlT Pill.
atalss a low a eay reliable company caa alar
Tost Patron M aoltcltad.
STATE SAVXHQS BAITS.
Oast Coraer Flflath trt tad Third A
accaadi th Molls Sartor Baas. Omalaed 1M
S Per Cm BTKBT fill II HMT1
Orgaaiatd aadet Stat Law.
Op rrom I a. m. to I p m-, aad wdn dayaaH
Saturday a'.fbi from7 to Spa
H. A. Ala puma.
i. F. Baaaswat,
Farter Skiasnr, W. W. Welle,
O. A. Rnoa, H. A. Alnrworth,
. a. aowra, w . u. a
Aadrw Frlbr. C. F. Ho
REAL ESTATE LOANS
ad for prtvat parti la the garden
epot of la wast by tb
Orchard State Bank
of oacnARD, MHBASKA.
X. W. Star, Preeldeat.
J. 8. DiXt Cashier.
mteball Lvnd. Banana
1. 1, Hobtnaoa, Cashier Rock bland hatloaal
O. C. Carter, V. D.
Henry Dart Son. Wbotaeal Oraeta.
Bladder or Uri
nal Trouble F
Do you want immediate relief and
rurer tret . .
for lale by all druggists.
Read what Dr. Snyder, formerly
oi irecport. says:
rhteaprt, March 7. 193
Dr. Bnmham. M Adam nrvwt. Uii:
My bear Itactor-My attention wad In called
tn ftan JaB" leat yaar in la c of Captain i.
M. Brnalaa.nl AtUnt , Oa., who wan atlacaml la
tal city with eeal arphrttia (Inflamed kidneye)
and ay Mli la itnnamatlon of blaooer). After pro
serin!; tba uaual remadlra wlthnal avail, man
Jafe" waa aasunetad. and th Inmnnaairnt via ao
marked after th Seat doaa thai a complat can
miinWM enapamiiiT, inai i at oac coawwacad
aa maMiaiion asania, ana Bare aiaca pr.
nrlbad li In alarae avar banwa form of kid.
ar. Ma4dr. arethrel, vaeiaal and catarrlul
tmablaa, followed la acb laatanc by tb bap
la air awa can fryatttta) tb rallaf It car bm
la a ! dara waa aiaiDlr manretoo.
A ae ml anaraaie la ray own family waa very
amen imBmraaj oy iaw am . ana raaicauy
cared la laa than a week na practlral txprr
tanra la eanraber of badaaeaa M lencor fhoaa, I a
f raa tn aay that I hare foaad ao remedy that la
aoaal aa Jmk."
AM while 1 hare aerer before piraa a prof
elonal eadnraaajM at to a ptnertotary ramcdy, I eay
aehaaltatiacly and wttboal rwini, that I coaalo-
er "eon Jak" a veritable euoa to baauarty, and
after eplTtc M to tb enreet profaeatowaf Icaart,
can aay with anaMeac It le better tbaa it w
Mcomawiaead to be.
I efcall cnaunae to areeerlbe It la all caaae of
Rvntto-nrlnar or catarrhal Iroabla la prefsreace
man otaarannwn raaaaeta.
Aa anerra ionic, aeaeciellrla Ihreaaaeof weak,
araemtc chlldrva, Taa Jak" caa be relied apoa
fullr and aailnlr. The dellcloae taeu of the
Btaeidne M) elae la lie favor, la arracriMn-r It tut
children. 1 am at pntaent eeine rt4aa 4ak" aa an
alteratlr m able d aaaaa and eeveral eaaee of
chrwai eraame btelac veildod ao readily to It
Indue- that I ehall eontlaa t aa It tn elmllar
eeaaa, frrllnr cnafldant that It will meat all lite
ladlbattoM In enrh eeaaa.
(Slfsod) oao. w. limn, M. D.
Aik your Druggiat for home ref
How many sufferers from un
sightly skin diseases "have eighod
in vainw for relief from tortvring
cczrma, Bcaly pimples, horrid black
head, or disfiguring frecklr, igno
rant of the marvelous cures which
have been effected in the treatment
of these diseases by that wonder,
Egress Jsss Face Bleach
Which has brought joy and Happi
ness to thonsands w ho had been
ashamed to be Been, even by .'.heir
friends, so sensitive were the;- of
This preparation is guaranteed
to cure the most obstinate Freckles
in 60 to 90 days ; Eczema in SO to
60 day?; Pimples, Blackheads,
Acne, Tan, Sallowneos, Brown
Spots, Etc., in 10 to 20 days.
ASK YOCB DRUGGIST FOR A BOTTLE
For ale bv T. II. Thomas, 1630
Second avenue and 206 Seventeenth
a. o. conaixT.
a. 9. 0OBIBU.T.
Connelly &t Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
Offlee aecond Boor, over Mitchell k Lr&de'i
bank. Monay to loan.
Jackson 2c Hurst,
Attorneys at Law.
OtBe la Rock bland National Bank ball dins.
a. o. iviiiii.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Councellori at Law.
Ofllc la Bcnc-nton'a Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Lejral btulneo of all kind promptly attended
to. State' Attorney of Rock - bland county,
Office, rottoBea Block.
McEniry & McHniry,
Attorneys at Law.
atoaey on good eecurity: make eollee-
tiooa. Reference, Mitchell Lyade, banker,
One, Poatofll.-e Block. ,
B. H. Pearce,
Rooms W aad 81 In Mitchell a Lysde'i aew
Balldlna. Take elevator.
Hawthorne ic Silvia,
Bo. ITU Second Avenne, over Krell A Math'.
Drs. Bickle & Bchoemaker,
Mitchell a Lyndc'i Block. Boon! 931. Take
Physician and Surceon
1134. Third Avenne. Tetapbone, 1170, ofllc
Hoar: 1 to 4 p. m. and at night.
J, a. BOLLowausa, a. u. a. a. aaara, a,
Drs. Barth & Hollowbush,
1 Physicians and Surgeons.
Cf&c 40Srd ft. Telephone 10&
By, Berth-- I Or, HoUowbueh
toHa.m. I lotoa.au
1 to 2 and T tol p. m. f to and T to Bp.
Dr. Chas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Office, Whlltaker Block, aoothweat corner
Third and Brady at recta, Datenport, Iowa
Koom 1? and 18. Bonn: toll a. ml toi p. m.
Edward L. Ham matt,
Omcc Room 41, Mitchell Lynda Bnlldinr.
Geo. P. Stauduhar,
Flaa aad openntendenca for all claea of
BalMlag. Room S3 and 86, Mitchell Lynda
BalldlnT. Tk elevator.
V7. A. Darling,
Bnford Block, over Klneabury etore.
Wajh Zrwjitlng Trta Tint
SUk Eaadkanhltf toa OlrwiiTtnt.
Lact CvtilBi Ejrdalty.
No. 1724 Third Ave.
A. XL & la. J. PARKER.
Telephone No. 12 14.
MINERS IN COUNCIL.
The Great Walkout the Ques
tion at issue.
AH ATTEMPT TO SETTLE THE STETKE
Delecate wf th Dlsarra Meet at Cloew-
Umdamd Beta tba roraatUm of Their
Deaa da With the Moeto Mo Coaapro- j
aatae aa Their Vatchwrd -Part ef tb
Operate AeUar oa th Raane Principle
Oatcoaa Tory Cneertaln.
Cleveland, May 15. -A large number
of delegate from miners' unions have
gathered here to attend the conference
with the operators, and all are confident
that they will gain tbeir point and refuse
to talk about arbitration. They also de
clare that a settlement mnst include every
state where coal is mined. President Mc-
Bride presided at the meeting of the
miners, which was held in the Bank street
hall, about 800 delegates attending; The
first business was the appointment ot a
committer to decide what the miners
wanted, aa to scale and other points in
controversy, and aa adjournment was
taken to the afternoon.
Programme of the Miner.
Nothing of importance was accomplished
at the afternoon session of, the convention,
and it was decided to bold another session
in the morning, at which the scale com
mittee will make a rejxirt. Karh delegate
who is a member of the committee will
state the rate of wages paid in hit! district
before the strike and at present. These
reports will be taken down by the secre
tary and will form a basis for the scale
which will be presented to the operators.
Many of the miners congregated at their
hotel last night dicusiug the probable
outcome of the conference which is to be
held this afternoon.
How the Operator FeeL
It is generally conceded that the miners
will demand the old rate, and while many
of the Ohio operators! are undoubtedly in
favor of restoring that rate they are chary
about sayiug so. Tbey all hint at some
sort of a corn promise and 00 cents a ton
in Ohio, with a corresponding rate in oth
er states, is talked of as about right. The
twelve bolters from the Pittsburg conven
tion who declared that that they would
not attend the conference reached the
city late last night and it is said by a man
who claims to kuow their intentions tlia
they will try to prevent a settlement.
Opposed to Any Conceaaion. .""
Tbey are, he Bays, opposed to any recog
nition of the miners uuionor to any conces
sions whatever. Thirty-four other Pennsyl
vania oiierators will go into the confer
ence with the determination to abide by
its decision. It is utterly impossible to
predict the result of the conference, for in
the absence of any agreement on the part
of either the miners or operators it cannot
be said how far each side is willing to go
in the way of making concessions.
STRIKERS MUST HAVE BREAD.
A Break at the Bill Farm Mine In Penn
aylvanla Blaj Raid Planned.
Coxsellsville, Pa., May 15. The only
change in the strike situation in this sec
tion of the region was a slight increase in the
working force at most of tLe active plants
and the resumption at Hill Farm mine
with a full force of men. When the time
came to go to work at Hill Farm there was
a rush for jobs, and many men had to be
turned away. Those who could not be
given employment went peaceably to their
homes. They say they mnst have bread.
and will go to work the moment any of
the present force comes out on strike.
The strikers are worried over the break
in their ranks at Hill Farm aud have
taken steps to check the stampede before
the movement spreads to other plants.
A big raid has been planned by the strik
ers of this end of the region to take place
today. Tbey propose to march from
points north of Connellsvule and if possi
ble bring out all the men at work at Kill
Farm, Oliver, Kyle and the Martin coke
works at Fairchancs.
There are now abont 900 deputies on
guard in the region, which it is thought
will be sufficient to prevent any serious
outbreak. 1 be strikers are much exercised
over the report that a large number of
colored men have been imported into the
region for the purpose of breaking the
The Renewed Great Northern Trouble
ST. Pact May The Great Northern
grievance committee held a meeting with
a committee of the board of arbitration,
and at its conclusion the board submitted
a statement giving its construction of the
decision by which the strike was ended.
This was sent to President Hill and
to the employes. The former stated
that while it differed in some
particulars from his understanding be
would tie governed by it. The employes
have yet returned no answer. They were
in executive sessiou late, but will await
the arrival of Debs today aud first sub
mit their answer to him and to the board
of director of the American itailway
On the Base Ball trlamond.
Chicago, May 15. Following is the
record made by the National base ball
league. At Pittsburg Chicago 3, Pitta
burg ; at Cincinnati Louisville 7, Cin
cinnati 12; at Cleveland bt. Louis 3,
Cleveland T; at Philadelphia New York
4, Philadelphia 6; at Brooklyn Washing
ton 7, Brooklyn 14; at L Boston Balti
more 5, Boston 10.
Th Btopablleaa Sonata Caweua.
WASUIXOTOX, May 15. The .caucus of
Republican senators decided nothing.
The element in favor of fighting the bill
and that in favor of letting it go throush
with only a formal opposition did not
agree, and no vote on any proposition waa
taken. The caucus appearea auout evenly
Kelly latvlted Ke to Stop.
Ottcmwa, la.. May 15. The mayor and
city council met Kelly's navy at Eddy-
ville aud told him they could expect pro
visions if tbey passed through the city
aod catuped tnree miles below. If not
they could not -enter the city. Kelly ac
cepted the terms aud moved from Eddy-
Coxay trill B Kollpacd.
Dekveb, May 15. "General" Uegwer,
commander-in-chief ot the Coxey reserve
army, announces that 25.000 men are ready
to move on to Washington from Colorado
in one body, and when the other states
west of the Mississippi are heard from the
day for starting will be set.
The Missouri Democracy is holding a
state convention at Kansas City. Repre
sentative Bland Is attending.
RIDDLED WITH BULLETS.
A Terror to the Citisewa of Monroe Coanty,
Ala., Oola Hla Deaert.
BnailXGIUM, May 15. Wyatt Tate, who
for some time baa been a terror to citizens
of Monroe county, has at last been sur
rounded and his career baa been cnt
rtfort. About two months ago an attempt
was made to arrest him for grand lnr
oeny. Toe attempt was made by a posse
led by Deputy Sheriff William Ikner.
Tate barricaded himself and fired on the
posse, killing Ikner, a bullet piercing the
faithful officer's head. Sheriff Foster or
ganlzed another party and started after
They chased him into a swamp, and
Tate opened fire on them. Foster was shot
in the shoulder and ble d to death before
s physician could be summoned. Another
posse was formed and Tate again succeed
ed in killing a man. It was then thought
he had made good his escape from the
sounty, but he was beard from, and an
other pome was organized; Tbedesperado
was located anil surrounded. He wns or
dered to throw up his bands, which he re
fused to do, and be was literally filled with
lead. Kewardsnuioutitiug to el.UW bad
been offered lor the desjwrado dead or
Riylit Honorable A. J. Mundella, presi
dent of the British board of trade, has re
signed because of disclosures in connection
with the New Zealand Land company, of
which he bad been a director.
The Illinois stnte board of health has
been advised of an outbreak of smallpox
Madeline Pollard is in New York nnder
an nssunipd name, for the purpose of con
sulting the publisher of her book.
Ki:id inspection wili be mnde of nil
trains aud steamships arriving in Buffalo
from Cliicaso and other points in the west
where smallpox is prevalent.
Iiev. John W. I-augley was stricken
with parulvsis in the pulpit while deliver
ing his sermon in the Kmanuel Methodist
church nt Philadelphia.
The breaking of the Lima, Mont., dam
swept t-ixty miles of the Red Rock river
valiey clear of ranches. Many families are
without fmwl or shelter.
The body of a man supposed to lie Pro
fessor Anton St.'imm, one of the editors of
the Encyclopedia Britaunica. wa found
hanging to a trre in Central PurK, New
Brazil has given the Port nsznese minis
ter his passports and withdrawn the Bra
zilian legatiou ut Lisbon all along of that
refuge the Portuguese gave Da Gama.
Striking miners at Cripple Creek. CoL,
are building a fert on a point over-look
ing the miues, so as to bi able to "per
suade" non-uuiou men not to go to work.
The general assembly of Ixiuisiana has
elected Senator Don Caffrey for t ie long
term as l mted states senator, beginning
March 5, 1MB.
The I'niou Ienpue club, of Chicago, has
expelled V. C P. Breckinridge from hon
orary membership, while the Fulton, Ills.,
people are negotiating to secure the colo
nel for a speech at their Fourth of July
Jacob Dygraf, an insurance agent.killed
his wife and himself at Keokuk. Several
weeks ago his wife oltained a divorce on
the ground of drunkenness and inhuman
Lucius P. Wilson, who killed Detective
Harvey in Syracuse, N. Y., July 31. 1SW.
sat down in a chair at the Auburn state
prison. He was struck by lightning and
Paul Ewing, aged 15, son of Dr. M. J.
Ewing, of Findlay, O., suicided by takimr
forty grains of morphine. He was in love
with a young girl who would not recipro
cate nis anectious.
Farutera' NntUmal I'oiicreaa.
CllltAtiO, May 1 5. Officers of the Farm
ere' National congress are in session here,
President B. F. Clayton of Iowa presid
ing. The object of the meeting is the
preparation of a programme for the
fourteenth annual convention of the or
ganization in Parkersburg, W. Ya., next
It Iboaid b in Zvarj Bou.
J. H. Wilson, 371 Clav St.. Sharn
burn-. Pa., savs he will not be with
out Dr. Kimr'.s pw l)itiinvi,i-t f,-
. .. . . , . - .
Consumjition, Cou-jhs and Colds, that
1 L. . ... : r .. ... i . i . ,
it vitieu ma anc jio was inreatcneu
with pneumonia after an attack
'La (.rinrMi " whpn var!r,n. 1..,
remedies and several physicians had
.1 i a
uoue ner no sroou. nouert liarlrer.f
Cookspnrt, la., claims Dr. Kinjx
Nl'U 1 tillPnVPrt Vioa rlntta U I w
- v a j aaaau vii AA ( Ul LUUIr
pood than anything he has ever used
ffit limr. r.nnl,1o V..41 fl . .
va iuiij; m u "It. A.ULIimj 1JKC 11.
Free trial bottles at Hartz & U1U
lilPYPr'tl drilir stnrp. I.nrrrn lsla
. - r uwi f tut o
50 cents and $1.
This remedy is becoming so well
known and so "popular as to need no
special mention. All who have used
Electric Bitters sin? the same sonc
of praise. A purer nmdirinn iin
not exist and it is guaranteed to do
all that is claimed. K.hctt-; it; ...-.,
will cure all diseases of the liver and
kidneys, will remove nimnlps. lmil
salt rheum and other affections
caused by impure blood Will drive
malaria from the system and prevent
as well as cure all malarial fevers
for cure of headache, constipation
and indigestion trv Klectrio n;M.,-
Kntire satisfaction guaranteed, or
money refunded Price 50 cts. and
$1.00 per bottle at Harts & Ulle-
a I V
BCCKLKH 8 ABKICA SALTS.
The best aalve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin ernp,
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 Ullemeyer
"Royal Baby" My Whleky
I s "Rye a Is a By," naturally ripened and
R from all foreign flavor and adulterants, gaar
sntecd pare and over eleven year ot age, recom
Bended to the connoisseur aa a merltorlou arti
cle worthy of the oonSdenoc of Invalids, conva
leeoenu and the aged. See that our name to
blown In bottle . $1.0 per quart bottle.
"royal rcby" port Wike,
pure, old and mellow, therefore best adapted for
Invalids, convalescents and the aii i. .
' vitality, creates strength and appetite, bnilds
np ue weaa ana aeounatea. Quart, fl. Pint,
80 cent. Put ap on honor aad taaranteed by
ROYAL WISE, CO, Chlcaao.
For sal at Harper Bona Pharmacy, and bv
Wllluua Cleodama, Molina. 7 '
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Mew York Financial.
New York, May 11
Money on call easy. Offered at 1 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper Slbi per cent.; ater
ling exchange ttrm with actual bnsines m
bankers' bills 4!j4flMO fur demand and
47Mr7H for sixty days; posted rate
4HX Commercial bills 4M4'otWSi.
Silver certtrietos, i-tJSSc no sale: bar sa
ver, tS.ij. Mexican dollars, 51)4.
United states bonds. &' rernlar, 1174; do
St conpous, 117'i: do 4's coupons, 11394: '
regular. 113; do -"a, M bid; Pacific 6 s of
Mew York Grain and Prod ace.
New Youk. May 14.
Wheat Jnly, emiflOnUc; September,
eSie; December, KiJnjiTrlc t'orn May, altc;
Jnlv, 4:t4rr,4a? Kre Doll; western, MS'-iS.
Oats May, ;iV4(-ap.fr" track white state,
4'T.4.rHc; track white wwtorn, tSfM.Vc Fork
New mess. 51H.7. 14 .Ut family. lS.lim
15. Sk short clear. 14 SH.'j.lfi.UU. Lard Quiut;
prim western steam $7.70 nominal.
Chiracs (.rain and Proflnco.
CnrCAOo, May It.
Following were the quotations on the
Boa A of Trade today: Wheat May, opened
SfAir, clnsed .0!iic: July, opened &7e, closed
5i-4c; rM'ptcmlier, ojiened fistfce. closed 5Pfc
Corn May, opnned i7sc. Closed 37;6c; July,
oieued ; vc, closed 4c; September, ojieneed
;Hc. rinsed -?4c. Oats May. opened SHtic
clued ::a4c: July, opened 2S6c, clueed ;itc;
Still cm Iter. o)eued 2.V, closed liV 4c. Pork-
May, upvuen 12.31, closed W.M: July,
opened liJl. closed $12.27. Lard -May,
opened $..4l. closed Ji.o.
Produce: Mutter rancy separator.
15c tier U; fancy dairy. 4t.14.'c; packiua;
stock, (Ksjlic. tBKs -l'resu stock. So ir dox.
Lure Kultry t. uickens. Sc ;or lb: turkeys. u&
c- ducks. sc; geese, yuiWia-iU per uoz.
Potatoes liurluinks, H!!.S3c per bu; Hebrons,
7;r..Sr; new potatoes, Louisieua. S4.lf,4.-iu
per bbL Apples -$.".0!l!i,a.uu per bbl. Straw
berries Common to fair stock, 5017 per
case: good to choice, ?1 lv l.'in fancy Illinois
stock, S.tU. Honey Wuile clover, l ib sec
tions, HH'l'-Hic: brckun conib, ll0.11c; dark
comb, good condition, lr lou-e; strained Cali
fornia, Chicago Live Stuck.
Chicago, May 14.
Live stock Prices at the Union (Stock
yards today ruuscd as follows: Hogs Esti
mated receipts for I lie flay, -'l.l; sales ransed
at S4.tiu.'..".l5 pigs. MfO'Vilo litfbt, SI SHH4 HO
rough packing. i i.iu mixed, and 94.&ij
heavy packing and shipping lots.
Cattle Reveitits for the dav. 16.30: o nota
tions ranged at f.40.r.ao choice to extra
shipping steers. ?:i.i.i4.:t5 good to choice do,
SI.4lt;';i.l fair to gtiod, ELl.Va3.iiil common to
medium do, $:L3i:L.iii butchera' tteers.
&3.10 sbx-kers, ycli3.J feeders. Sl.Wr
a.4ti cows. $.l.'.itr-3.5 heilers, SS.yOaJ..W balls,
$2.;uat.UJ TcXas bie.-ra, and ti.Oiji4.15 veal
(Shi-ep and Ijimbs Receipts for the day.
lO.lOl; prices ranged at i7.IH.ti western,
JAO.LTj Tcxaus, 8-LiAj,1.7j natives, and KL
The Lorml Market.
Corn Z'-i He.
bar 1 imoibv. SlO: np'snd. tuOllO: wild
S7:slouh tb'&ffi, oaied.(8.
Butter Fair choice, 15310c ; creamery, 15:.
Jtega r-n. 9aJ-
Pouitrj Cbickeus, dressed, 10c.
rarir asd vaorraaLBs.
Applaa fs trr bo, FOB Chicago.
Onions 51. SO per bo.
Cattle Batcher par for c rn fnd stcen
4(,4-c; cow and Belfe.-s SK'S'a.c cale
ftpriug lamb. 53 503$3 t bead.
Coal-Ssft. 10c: hard, as-SO.
Roman Cullittlie 1'arude at Mieuoygan.
triKB:)VGAN, Wi., May 15. The grand
parade of the Homan Catholic societies of
Wisconsin took place here. There were
nearly KK) Roman Catholic societies in
Hue, making such a long p.irmie that it
took one hour lor it to pass a given point.
The parade ended with a picnic in one of
the large parks in the city. Tue public
schools were closed, as only one eighth of
the pupils were present.
Hadly Scared SOO Men.
Ibonwoou, Mich., May ) 5. A small blaze
ou the sixth level of Xo. G shaft of the
Aurora mine tilled the workings with
smoke and badly scared A) men employed
there at the time. The blaze was quickly
extinguished before any damage was done.
riessinz a-e not always angar-coated. Vo,
neither re pills but Dr. Ptcrcc'a ricasantPd
lets are, and they are genuine blessings in (eugar
coated) dUga'se to lh) tutt,-rer from billousnesa,
constipation, indigestion and ail derangements of
tbc stomach. Tver and bowels.
Buy them and try them.
Yen can't make a mistake,
They"re iowcrful, yet painlrss.
And p'easant to take.
famon REMarnv fin?
SEVSALGIA and aimllar Oonplalats
maitraoturea under the atrlBreat I
a wMwaMWllaal aanB-aaaw-j--d. -U j.' a.
lr:M V m PfAurrMis
Oat cetmlae w.Trndem'k''ABchor. "V
hk alas a paekara for Dr. BiohtBrara:
f.Ad. ehtar et C. New T4rk.
-29 t:::nST vakzzi.
12 Branch Hcruts. - Ova (Haaaworks.
l S5c and !IOc Tor sale by Uorst Von
Roccknut, c. tsi-eidcl. Hanwr House
narmacy . neca laiauu, ill.
I CJletter Drure,
Aale a Well
f 1 1 ALIO XOthDay.
th Aav Keaaata la SS) ma i. act
powerfully and quickly. Cure when all other
mil. v rang men win rcgau their lost manhood,
and old men will recover their youthful vimM
by using VITALIS. It quickly and surely re
stores Nervousness, Cost Vitality, Impotency,
Nightly Emissions, Loss Power, Failing Mem
ory, Wasting Diseases, and all effect of self
aouse or excess ana indiscretion. Wards o
hwanity and consumption. Insist on having
VITALIS. no oth
(wtcL W mall. SI
orner. uan Do carried In vest
a per package, or six for
A., with a Bwattiv
wrasaa gaaraate t ear
Or nrnnd th manev.
iJircuiar iree. Aaareas
CALL SET attJWfif COAPAHT, tUeaga, UL
For aale at Rock Island by Harper House Phar
macy and William Clendenin, Druj;git, Molia.
laaaV..'' V JT1
iod -Times k
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.
"HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS
UKATIKO AMD VENTILATING ENGINEERS.
A complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods,
Packing Hose, Fire Brick, etc.
DAVIS BLOCK, Moline, 111.
Wholesale and retail dealer in Flour, Feed,
Grain, Hay and Straw.
Proprietor of Cyclone Roller Mills. All kinds of grinding done
to order. Agent for the GEO. TILESTON MILLING CU.'S
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 FOB
The Best Disinfectant Ready
TAde supplied by HORST VOX KOECKRITZ, corner Fifth ave
nue and Twenty-third street. Fifth Avenue Pharmacy. Sole Arent,
Rock Island. Manufactured 1t the Pastaur Chemical Co., New York.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
MOORFOEATED CSTDKB THE STATS LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
Rock Islabtp, III.
OpB dally from I a. m. U Sp. bl, aad Satarday vcamjra from 7 la 8 otloak.
I Pr eu Intarwst paid on Deposits. Money luanud on Fersonal col
lateral 4tr Real Estate seoorlty,
r. U IDTCHKLL, rroit. Ff C. DBNKatAKM. Vie rraat. Ja BCFOKD. CatMsf
T. ta SUtcSell, r. C. Oenkmaan, John Crahaueh. Phil MltrhelL B.r. Bull, L. Blown,
B. W Hunt, t. hi. Batord, Joha Volk.
ftly t, 18H, and occapy the
Plumbers, Steam, Gaa Fitters,
House Beating and Sanitary numbing. Basement Rock Island KaL Bnk
Owa block from Central Park, Utgml la
CLEAN HOUSE WITH
Gas and Steam Fitting
Largest and best equipped establishment
west of !hirnrrr
1112, 114 West Seventeenth strm.
Telephone 114S. Kock h!ani
Small Pox, Cholera, Typhoid and
Scarlet Fevers, Diphtheria, E;c
oathat coraarot Mitchell a Lyndel tf w'11
of ta Brady atraat
nm oatant!y o hand.
Fhwaw Stera .
101 Brady trtt, DaveBport. ta.