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THE AKGU8, TUESDAY, MAY 22, 1894.
HATX3 A- CLEAVELAIJD
af IW 40 Kill km Dollars
Ot Oaa INCH
llr Lite. Tornado.
ads of Suretyship.
mCl-MilM Moe Iteek talaaA. file.
i ar rates i shay win tastiest yea.
J. M. BUFORD,
ft eta ru,a4Tla-Ulc4CoaptttM
Lessss Pronptlv Paid.
IMH H town it; nIMIi waptt ua affort
Taw Mnun w aoltcned.
THE M OL3N1U
STATE SATOTGS BAITS.
OBMOoraar Pirtaeu street and Third A?
U Holla. BaTlan Bams. Orcaalsad 1M
i um mm rm i nrem
Organised usdrr BUta Law.
Opea ftoa t a. a. to 1 p aw, and Wednesday ant
Saturday algnta from? to Spa
' roaraa Saama. president
B. A- Antawoara, Vlca-maldasl
. w. Jtaaawwa. ... uasnlet
Porter Sktaae. W. W. Walla,
O-LloN, H. A. Atoaworta,
S. B. Bdwerda, W. H. Adaaa.
Andrew Prlberg. O. P. Henraway.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
for private parte ia the aardaa
spot ef toe west oj um
Orchard State Bank
at OaCHAJU), KKBRASKA.
B. W. Danr, President,
J. S. Danr Caahlat.
antekn a Lynda. Banfeeiu.
. r. Mobtaeoa, Vaablar Bock Island National
Uaatf bait's Aaaa. Waolaaala On are.
Bladder or Uri
Do you want immediate relief and
curtr uet . .
Tot tale by all druggist.
Read what Dr. Snyder, formerly
01 1 reepori. ssys:
Cblcairo, If arch T. 1MB
Dr. Barnham. M Adaaa attest. Cltv:
Mr Dear Itnrlor My attention wm Brut callad
to "Man Jaa" 11 yer la taa cat of Captain J.
M. Bm.iat.nt Allant e. who araa attacked la
thl. city wllfe aent. arphrUI. (ioDuDcd ktdBpy.)
aad ajrirtlil. (lafl.awtloa of bladdar). After pf-
Mnntaa ina auai naMaira atnanat mil, 8aa
Jak" wm ttamumd. and lb taimmamt wa. nn
maraad afar taa drat dow tkat a complete care
rniutw.a an apeaaiir, at I at once commenced
an tn.tijratloa of It a BMrtta, aad have tlnee pre.
periB.0 11 in aiaMHK mry mm rnrm 01 km
ner. ala4dt. arethraL raalaal and catarrhal
tmnhlea, followad ta each taatasca bj tba bap-
la my own eaae feyatltla) taa relief It gaa ae
la a few daya wa. alaply aarreloaa.
A aaae of ennrMla la ay own family was very
aacb nnprmed by a few dmea. and radically
cared la (era than a week 1 ma practical ezper
tenre la a anmber of bad ear of lenenrrhoea. Ian
f im tn ay that I have loaad BO reaedy thai ia
aqnal to "aaa Jak."
And while I have erer before tleen a pmfep
amnal eftnremfrat to a proprietary remedy, I eay
aahealtatlnffly and wit boat rcaenta. that I coo.ia.
er -Mm Jak'' a veritable bona tn haaaaHy. and
after applying n w the enreet prof rw tonal teen,
caa ay with cmfldenca It la better taaa It a
teeoaaenrird to be.
I .ball cimilnae to areacrlbe It la all eaeee of
aaltn-nrlnr or catarrhal troable la preference
mall etherkanwn nrnedlr.
Ae a nerve tnalc, repactellr In the Caere of weak.
araemM children, san Jak" can be relied upon
fallr and entirely. Tba dellrloa 1vte of the
Brdldne Is Blao In It. farnr. In pmcrltMne it U t
children. I ant at nrerent aaine han Jak as an
alterative In .kin d bum. and several nam of
chronic ecaema k irlng relldad ao readily to 1u
ladueara lhal I ehall contlnae to ire it In Similar
cerea, feellas; coanrtent that It will beet all lbs
ladlbaUoaa ia sorb cases.
(Sl-DOd) OBO. W. bKTDIB. M. D.
Ask your Druggist for home ref
bi date noons
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, dec
trie, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Booms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
IS m. on week days For Gen
tlemen From I a. m. to 70 a.
m., and from 9 p. m. to 9 p. m.
oa week days On Sundays the
rooms will ne open from a. in
to 11 al m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric . aad ' Electro-thermal
baths but be obtained at any
time durinf business hoars.
Uyaiaaslam oonneeted with bath
How many RuiTcrers from tm-
f-ightly skin diseases "have eighed
in vain for relief from tirrlurtitm
eczema, scaly pimples, hnrrvl black-
heads, or duyigurtng jrerc'(, igno
rant of the marvelous cures which
have been effected in l!ic treatment
of these diseases hy tliat wonder
Which has brought jy and i'-r.T-
nesa to thousand? who h:id loch
ashamed to be seen, even by ilirir
friends, so sensitive Tvero ol
This preparation 13 cuai-anteou
to cure the most obstinate Freckli
in GO to 90 days: Eczema in DO t
CO days: Pimples. Blickhrads.
Acne, Tan, Sallowncs, Brown
Spots, Etc., in 10 to 'JO days.
ASK YOUR DRUOfrTST FCK A KOTTLE
AND l it at.
For sale by T. II. Thomas. 1630
Second avenue and 236 Seventeenth
a. c. ooiraaxLT. a. d. cokkklxt.
Connelly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
Offlce second floor, over Mitchell a Lvndc'g
bank. Money to loan.
Jackson & Hurst,
Attorneys at Law.
Offlea la Rook Island National Bank balldlni.
B. D. SWtBXSr. O. L. WALKSB.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Counccllors at Law.
Offlea ia Beneton'a Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Legal business of aU kinds promptly attended
to, 8tate's Attorney of Bock Island county.
Offlea, rostoffles Block.
McEnlry & McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on good security: make collec
tions. Reference, Kitchen A Lynda, bankers.
Office, Foatoffl -e Block.
R. M. Pearce,
Rooms to and 81 lnHltcbell ft Lynda's new
Building Take elevator.
T. L. Silvis.
Bo. HU Second Avcnne, over EreU A Math's.
Drs. Blckle & Schoemaker,
Mitchell a Lvnde' Block. Rooms :S and 34.
formerly occupied by Dr. Ladewlg. Take ele-
Physician and Surgeon
1134, Third Avenue. Telephone, 1170, Office
Doors: 1 to 4 p. nu and at night.
t. a. BoLLOwauaa, a. o. a. a. sum, n. s
Drs. Barth Ac Hollowbnsh,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office dOtSsrd at. Telephone 1SB9
fcesidence 71 gist St. lias
Dr. Bartb 1 Dr, HollowBsab--
t to Id V a. I 111 to 12 a. m.
1 toSaad7lo8p.m, S to 6 and T to 8p.m.
Dr. Chas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Offlea, Whtttakor Block, aaatbweat corner
Third and Brady streets. Datenport. Iowa
Booms 17 and 18. Honrs: 9 toll a. ml to 4 p.m.
Edward L. Ham matt,
Offloe, Room 41, Mltchrll A Lynda Building.
Geo. P. Staudnhar,
Plane and ronertntrjrfence) for all elaaa of
nniiatnga. itooms bj and So, autcnelJ a) Lynde
onuaina;. th eieratr.
W. A. Darling,
Boiord Block, over Kinasbnryls store.
Wanton XTtrTtklag fxm a Fine
tllALdieTchl-f to ClrcTii Teat.
Laoe CtvttlBis EpecUlty,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
A. XX Ac la, J. PARKER
Telephone No. 1214.
Water Begins Going Down at
MAKES A HEW HIGH TIDE BECOBD.
Tliirty-flre Feet Above Low-Water Mark
la tba Figure and the Deatractioa
Anaowata to SI.AOO.OOO A Load of Terri
ble Anxiety Lifted from the City. Peo
ple Ne Loaa of Life Recorded Six
8ehoosiera Swept Away la the SebaylkUl
WiLUAMSPOHT, Ta., May 22. As night
approached and dnrkness settled down
at this place the terrors ot the flood in
creased. The yellow torrent rushed down
from the liillsiile. fed by 1,000 mountain
streams, and growing with each passing
minute insnmed new terrors and the
Rtricken peolo looked forward with dread
to the ordeal through which they must
pass liefore morning. Cut eft from the
rest of the world no milrond communi
cation nnd with no avenue of telegraph
or telephone communication, Rave the
slender quivering wire over which this
message is speeding surrounded on every
hand by the slowly rising destroyer which
has already swept away $1,000,01.0 worth
of property anil may sweep away f 1,000,000
more, the condition of V.'illi.imsport is in
deed pitiable. With thirty-three feet
more Mater iu its channel than was its
normal height, the North branch of the
Susquehanna threatened to enyulf the
The Whole City Coder Water.
Every foot of ground in the city is four
feet under water and much of it is fifteen
feet below the surface of the stream.
Many families are homeless, hundreds
more expected to be driven from their
houses, in the second stories of which
they have found refuge, before long, and
unless the flood censes there is no power
on earth that can avert a greater disaster.
The loss of property cannot even le ap
proximated until the waters recede nnd
accounts are cast up. The gas and elec
tric light plants are under wnter nnd the
city is without lights. Every one is des
perate, terror-stricken and discouraged.
The Itrraking of the Log; lloom.
The breaking of the log boom was
terrifying spectacle. It occurred just aft
er midnight and the lojs went rolling
and tumbling down the stream. As it
passed the four bridges below the city th9
logs crashed and banged against the piers
with a roar that could ba heard for miles.
The britlge at Montgomery street was
left intact, as was also the Pennsylvania
roud's span across the river. The Market
street bridge was carried away and three
of the four spans of tho Maynard street
structure succumbed to the rush of water.
As the day wore on dozens of boats and
hundred of wagons were brought into
requisition and merchants began to move
their goods to places of safety. It was
seen that every store in town was in dan
ger and herculauean efforts were made
to save all posnible. Household goods were
moved to second and sometimes to third
stories of residences, where hasty prepara
tions were made for a protracted stay,
six Feet of Damnum, on the Avcr.ce.
All over the business portion the city is
submerged to nn average depth of six feet.
Not a train has entered or left the city for
twenty-four hours nnd every telegraph
wire leading out of ilhamsport is down,
The telegraph office is four feet under
water and the telephone exchange is in
almost as bad a condition. The only means
of reaching the outside world is one tele
phone wire. The water at this moment
appears to be at a standstill, but there are
grave fears that the end is not yet in sight.
FLOOD COMMENCES FALLING.
Willlaanaport Finally Dreaths Easy Great
Lom of Property.
WlLUAMsroUT, l'a.. May 'is. The flood
reached its maximum at 7 o'clock, when it
was S3 lest above low water mark on the
river register, and was eight feet deep on
the pavement of the court house in the
center of the city. For an hour the water
hnng at that point, aud then to the in
tense relief of the thousands of anxious
hearts it liegan slowly to recede. At 9
o clock it had fallen a foot and was still
going down, slowly to be sure, but surely
enough to lilt a terrible load from a uiul
tltudc of hearts.
All now feel that the worst has come
aud gone. The river has made a new rec
ord thirty-five feet above low wnter. One
and a half millions iu property has been
destroyed, but so far as can be learned no
lives have been lost. To give the losses iu
detail will lie impossible. It cannot be
even approximated "and the estimate of
1,500,1X10 is very conservative.
FLOOD ON THE SCHUYLKILL.
Six Schooners Carried Away aud One bank
PniLATjELmilA, May 23. Six three-mast
ed schooners and a canal boat were car
ried from their moorings on the ScUuyl
kill river by the flood and lie jammed
against South street bridge. The Mary
Lord is sunk iu mid-channeL the others
are more or less damaged, and their weight
threatens to carry awny the bridge at
any minute. The Lord struck first, going
directly against the pier upon which the
engine house and pivot of the draw rested,
A hole was stove in her side and she be
gan sinking rapidly. Her captain and
six men were aboard her.
The captaiu of the schooner Rundlet
which was moored to an adjoining wharf,
sent out a yawl and rescued them. The
Lord went to the bottom an hour after
she struck. She lies in the middle of the
channel with her masts up stream and the
flood falling over her hull in :a cascade.
The danger of the collapsing of the bridge
will be most imminent this morning. The
accident occurred at flood tide in the aft
ernoon. The tidal rise will Legiu again
this morning and when it reaches its great
est height a disaster ia looked for.
Ruined for Four Daya.
Niagara Falls, N. Y., May 22. It has
rained continuously for four days and the
creeks emptying into the river are over
flowing their banks, doing considerable
damage. Gill creek has flooded the entire
Echola district, a suburb of this city.
Streets are underwater and cellars ara
full. The residents are moving out oc
Lehigh am a It page. .
EA6TOS, Pa., May 22. The Lehigh and
Delaware rivers are rising rapidly. The
Lehigh is higher than at any time since
188 The water has undermined the
foundation walla of the BnshneU Manu
facturing company's building at Uden
weld and other industrial points along the
this charge at the floor of the newspapers
and relieved the renntor from all blame, he
was placed in a somen-lit a embarrassing
position, and the brief references to his
testimony indicate that he made an effort
to excuse Iiii self and explain away the
entire charge. He explicitly denied any
intention on lus part to corrupt the sena
tors. It is als.i understood that he polite
ly declined tii answer some of the mom
pertinent questions put to him by mem
bers of die committee.
PROFES303 BELL'S LATEST.
He Want, to llnrnes Sielit ti Lightning
Difnci'lty in the I'roM. m.
WashixutoX, May 21. Professor Alex
ander Graham Bell is spending these
months at his summer place in Nova
Scotla.eiigarred in a series of investigat ions
which may Imve important results. Hi
out-door work is devoted to experiments
In "trrinl navigntion" in connection with
Professor I.annli-y. of the Smithsonian
institution, while in his laboratory l.e is
endeavoring to demonstrate a problem
to which he has given a great ileal of
thought -and in which he thoroughly be
It Is to harness electricity to light, as it
has been harnessed to sound, s o tout peo
ple may bi able to s ;a a great distance.
just as the telegraph enable them to
write and the telephone t-nnlilcs them to
speak at a treat distance ITofessor Hell
firmly believes that it will be pos-ibla
some day to sea from Washington to Xe'.v
York as easily as one cau convey the
sound of the voice that distance. He in
sists that tile fact has already been demon
strated, aud that it only remains to con
struct the necessary apparatus to brin-j
the discovery into actuiilmul practical use.
This is exceedingly dilhciill, mtlca more
difficult than the construction of the tele
graph instrument or the telephone, for
the reason that the vibrations of ligut arj
much more rapid than the vibrations of
souu.1. lint Professor Hid is confident
that ha wi! I soon be able to discover a di
aphragm sutTtcieiitly sensitive toieceive t he
vibrations of light and produce the effect
necessary to couvey impressions to tiia hu
The coiiuuion oi u. W.Potter at Lake
Geneva, Wis., is much improved.
Proiessor Jam -s DAiglit Dana, Yale's
olilest professor, lias resigned. At tin
niinu.il meeting of the Yale corporation
last Friday he was elected professor
emeritus and Professor II. S. Williams.
of the class of OT, appointed his successor.
Ex-Governor Ashley lias sued the To
ledo, Ann Arbor and Northern Michigan
road I or 412,0 ) and interest, on account
of unpaid salary as president of the road.
Obituary: At Abingdon, Ills., Dr. Madi
son Keec. aged 7. At Uocorah, la..
Captain George Q Gardner. At Atlanta,
Giu, General Phillip Cook, secretary ol
state, aged 77. At Turner, Ills., Mrs.
From three to six inches of snow foil iu
Kentucky. Wheat aud tobacco are seri
Right Kevercnd Uadctiiaclier has been
nppoiuted Roman Catholic bishop of Fort
Governor uite, having "fired" one set
of penitentiary commissioners and ap
pointed another has gone on a political
tour and will let the old and the new fight
it out the old refusiug to vacate the
A reward of CitXi is offered for the re-co-ery
of the body of William A. Simsrott,
treasurer of the s-n itchnum s association,
dead or alive, and a reward of $100 for in
formation that will lead to locating him
The belief on all hands is that Simsrott
has been murdered. His accounts are
On. the desk of Representative Bland,
who lias ust returned to Washington
from Missouri, somebody placed a big
buncn in La r ranee roses, with t he inscrip
tion "To the Next President."
Cornelius Yanderbilt and thirty other
.New xotk. millionaires opened their loau
office at Fourtn avenue and Twenty-second
street known as the Provideuce Loan so
ciety. It wili loan money to poor people
to tlie lull value ot their personal property
at the rate or l per cent, a mouth.
Mrs. William A. Martin, wife of the
manager of the New York Witness, who
witu her -year-old boy has been missic
from home two years, has ben found and
is now on her way to Las Angeles to meet
her husband. SSlie ts of unsound mind
A Xillica Friends.
A friend in need is a friend indeed,
and not less than one million people
have found just such a friend in l)r.
King's New Discovery for consump
tion, couphs and colds. If you have
never used this great coti-rh medi
cine, one trial will convince vou that
it has wonderful curative powers in
all diseases of throat, chest and
lungs. Each bottle is guaranteed to
do all that is claimed or money will
be refunded. Trial bottles at "Hartz
& Lllcmeyers drug store. Larsre
bottles 50c and f 1.
We desire to say to our citizens
that for vears we have been sellin
Dr. King's New Discovery for con
sumption. Dr. Kins's New Life nills.
Bucklin's Arnica salve, and Electric
bitters, and have never handled rem
edies that sell as well,' or that have
given such universal satisfaction.
We do not hesitate to guarantee t hem
every time, and we stand ready to
refund the purchaser's price, if satis
factory results do not follow their
use. These remedies have won their
great popularity on their merits,
llartz & Ullemeyer, druggists.
BUCKLER S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
braises, sores, ulcers salt rbeum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped 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 ft Ullemeyer
"Boyal Koby- Kye Whtaky
Is a "Bye as is a Bye," naturally ripened and
rea from all foreign flavor and adnlteranta , guar
an teed pare and over eleven rears of age, racom
mended to tre connoissenr as a meritorious arti
cle worthy of the confidence of Invalids, convs
letcenta and the aged. Fee that our came la
blown In bottle. $1.00 per quart bottle.
"ROYAL RUB!" PORT WIMK,
pare, old and mellow, therefore best adapted for
invalids, convalescents and the a?d . It restores
lost vitality, creates strength and appetite, bnilds
ap the weak and debilitated.' (nana. Si Pints.
0U cents. I'm up on honor an J guaranteed by
KOYAL WISE, TO, Cbicaac
For aala at Harper Booae Pharmacy, tad h
William Clendenln, Moliue. '
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Kew York Financial.
Nkw Yokk, Hay 31.
Money on call easy. Ottered at 1 nor cent.
Prime morcautilo puper 2WV.i per cent.; ster
ling exchaoKu firm with actual business in
bunkers' hills 4sS-4lsu for demand and
47fi,4.17J4 UT sisty days; posti-d rates VSWfit
4S.I. 'oluliKM-clal hills sii;-Q tj, isit i.
ISilvor crtiiicate. til.ifi; no sales; bar sil
ver, M-.-xie ia dollars, 51!.
United Mates Itonils. .Vs r.iriihir, 117?i: do
5's colli !iH, li;'"V-.l!s. di 4's coupans, li:iu;
4's regular, lit; uo S'a, tit, bid; fa -i tie
6-s ot 'X,. iii'.'i.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Clin Alio. May ".
Followine wore tho mutations ou tho
Board of Tranu today: V heat May, ois-ncd
clostsl 15140; July, o)Mnuil 5h?3, cWsed
5iJ-jo; fseptcmlsT, oj-onej .Wc, chaasi 6Kc.
Corn-May. oieiieil oTc. cosed :Kc; July.
oimmhhI ;tstr, chsts :.7:i4'j; epteinlHT. ojieTKii
3i?H. cl'ssl :fr;i-4c. thus-May. otined Xl-HrfN
clo-tsl :vae: .liny, oM-ii-;i :i4 closed 30-;
Sei'temlH'r, oieuod --te, -lo.-s-.i -ir'sic. Pork
May, opeiieii gll.Hu, closisl Sil.Nr. July.
o)-msl $11. 75, close I fll sTij. Lard May,
oix-ntsi S7.1. c!iseil ST. I:!1.
Pi-ounces llnlter Fancy separator, 1-V
15W per H; fancy daily. 14el4'c; packiiu;
stock, Mine. Kir.-s -1 n-sh stock. Va i-r lt.
ive vnltry-t 'lii kens, sc per ll; turkeys. .V.)
7c; tim-kK. sr.. .!; tfc-ese, jf:i.tFr).i :er doz.
Potatoes P.ui-Uoiks. MiiV.se jnr Im; Hebrons,
H't.-sc; new potato;-, lyoui-lana, tt.l.i l..iil
per bill. Apples -.xim.fii.0.) ier blL Straw
berriesCommon to fair stork, ao-r-'c rtor
ca3o: t'ondto choice, tl.iKiie l.rti; fancy Illinois
ftiK-k, S3.ni. Honey V Into clover, 1 lb sec
tions, im.ffr.121.; brr.ltun eorub, lusllc: dark
coin I). pxHl coiulition, loiiiitie; strainud C'ali-
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, May 2L
Live stock lri-03 at tho Union Stock
yards tolay lauoil as follows: Hoes tsti-
mule(i ree-eit.ts for Ihe dav, :t.o:lr; bales rauued
Ut tl.ismi. 4-711 pls, S4.it'' 4.N.'ls lii;lll, il SOj.-l lio
ron-h iiackiug, 54.IH.' I sj iinxesl, aud $4.70.
4.!'0 heavy iKM-kint; an I shipi.ing lots.
L'attie Receipt, tor tho day, 1,"1; Quota
tions ranireil ut f4.2ii ;4.5i) choice to extra
shipping Moors, i:U0,i4.a to choice do.
!-l.Si fair to gno.1. $:t:iu i:tui -oninion to
mcd.uia do, $tW3.M bntchers steers, CMS)
Sli.-ill stiK-kers. Si;t.aii4.IW fisslei-s, Sl.tilft
" cows. te.ii.t-.. ln-iters. &.'.Oi...t.4;i bulls.
J'.;o.i,4.0J TvXits ste.rs, and t-'. 3 i.Oj veal
She'l and Lamtis T?ecHtits for the dav.
9.0 ; prices rniiK.l at $.Mlj,4.70 western,
f-'.l'ii.';ttij Texaus, $-'a!i,4.8i ualives, and gJJ
altJ! i iauilis.
The luteal Market..
Ilav llrooit-. tlO: B"'". IS: wild 6:
S; : slo h .).f0j bait.4. I7..'(i", .
Flitter Fair t choice, l.va Hi;; creamery. lJr.
Wiir lrn. SCiSe.
Poeltry . priug chickenr-, large, ft SO per
rat-it aKd vigitables.
Onioi Si. SO per bo
Cattle Belchers tv for c im f ofl neen.
4(!:ve; cowsana belfets. 2H8!t cales
Sleel aea 5c
Fpiirg iamb, fi 50&S5 a head.
Coal Soft, IQc; hard, SS.S0.
1'rcferr.il lx-atli to Arr. st.
YALl'AUAlb i. I.id., May 22. Miss Grace
Ouderkirk, a handsome girl 17 years old,
was about to be arrested for shoplifting
and latar.y shot herself with a revolver.
The good were futtud iu her possession
ai:i: aii ouuer nan oei-u iurmsiitsi witna
warrant for her arrest, which he was about
to serve when Miss Oudctdiik stepped iu
nu atljoini::g room and shot herself.
The Weather We May Ilxpeet.
Wasuisoton. May 1. Ilia folio emR arc
the weather indicaiioii tor twinty-four hours
from b p. in. yesterday: For Itnliaua
Showers; variaMe wimls. For lllinoiF
Sliovjcrs; variable winds, mistly northerly.
For A ichiiron ami Wi-consiu Showers; vari
ab.e winds, motiy northerly. For biwa
Fair weather, txeept showers ia extreme
e.isti rn portion; warmer iu eastern portion;
lioriaeuy to easterly winds.
1 lore a maiden fair to eve
And bre: of all she loveth me;
unr bearH both beat In nni'y
We owe it all to Parks Herb tea.
For she was sallow snd I was red.
And neither of us would ever have wed
Bud it net been for her aunt who raid :
'Just takes Parks Tea when jou go to bed."
bo d by Ilorlz & L licmcycr.
famous REMFnv w
KEUEALG1A and similar Complaints
mBnriactnreu under the strlnirent
GERMAN KEDiC&L LAVS.
LSnreiaribed by eminent pbysiciaasV
kale tsiCIIJIta (I If
Or It genuine w.Tradem'k"AnchoT.'
Look also oa nackape for Sr. Kichter's firm i
F-Ad. Riehter attQo. Now York
-29 n:sr.EST avakss.-
12 Braoch Eonsaa, Own Qlaanrorks
:. and ftrc yor sale by Bond Von
KouckriU, C. Speiriel. Harper houe
'-naim:.cj. i.ccn la anu, in.
Wm -Iks kmv.
No man can afford to have a sick Wife or
Daughter, nor, iu such times a3 tLese,
A lig Doctor bill Zoa Phora curea
the eickness, eaves the bills.
"HE THAT WORKS EASILY. WORKS
U EATING AND VEKTILATINU ENUIKEEUS.
A complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods,
Packing Hose, Fire Brick, etc.
DAVIS BLOCK, Moline, III.
Wholesale and retail dealer in Flour, Feed,
Grain, Hay and Straw.
Proprietor of Cyclone Holler Mills. All kinds of grinding done
to order. Agent for the GEO. TILESTON MILLING CO.'S
WORLD'S BEST OF ALL FLOUR in the world. Ask for it and be
convinced. Nice Fresh Meal and Feed always on hand.
SMALL POX PREVENTIVE
A PREVENTATIVE FOR
Small Pox, Cholera. Typhoid and
Scarlet Fevers, Diphtheria, Etc
The Best Disinfectant Ready for Use.
Trade supplied by HORST VOX KOECKRITZ, corner Fifth ave
nue and Twenty-third street. Fifth Avenue Pharmacy. Sole Aicnt,
Rock Island. Manufactured by the Pastaur Chemical Co., New York.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
rsT CORPORA TED CWDER TUB STATR LAW
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Rock Islaxd, III.
Opetaaily frost a. nvtoS-p. mand Batarday aventntv from T So 8 aMIock.
por oant Intarwst paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal col
lateral or Real Estate security.
P. U atnOHmU, PraaH. F C. DaSKJLAXH. Vice Presn. J X. BUPOKD, CssU
F. L, llrtchell, F. C Oanknann, John Crabancli, phtl MItcbelL H, P. Hull. L. Bis-or,
S. W Bnrat, J. M. Bnford, John Volk.
, jAOKSoa At Uuaar. SuUeMors.
"slates July a, lSSO, acd occupy tba aoutheast corner of Vitcbell A trade's "uia
Plumbers, Steam. Gas Fitters.
Houm Heating and Sanitary Plumbing;. Basement Rock Island KaL Bank
rspr1etoror of taa Brady street
AJ1 kind f Cat
i kkck rrom CeW-ral Park, kuraat la
CLEAN HOUSE WITH
Gas and Steam Fitting
Largest and best equipped establishment
west of Chicago.
112. 114 West Seventeenth street.
Telephone 1 1 IS. H,H i.!:in(L
and 1603 Fourth Ave.
riowefs eoaatantly M kand.
bl Brady street, Dsvcnport, is.