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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, MAY 28, 1894.
HAYES ft CLEATELAUD
Iteprwentloff over 40 Million Dollar.
Flro Ufa, Tornado.
Brad of 8nrtyh!p.
OmOl BanRVton-a Mock Rock Island, ma
ihy win Is term yon.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
Tea ,14 fin and T1m-tn Cotnpanl..
Losses Prcaptlr Paid.
Rata M low an any reliable company caa
Toar Patmaatw la Bnllclted.
STATE SAVINGS BANE.
OS Conn Plftaeata atreot and Third At
CAPITAL. S1 00.000.00.
oeeaoda Ura Holla. Barton Banc Orranlsed 1M
I ferCEST riTEKSI PAID N DEPOSITS.
Orouuxed under Staia Lawn.
Opaa from a. m. to 1 p m., and Wednesday and
Satnrday nlghta from? to Spa
Poan Saimrcm, - - Preildect
B. A. awot, Vice-President
i. T. Haass at, ... Cashier
Porter Skinner, W. W, Wall.
C. A. Ho., H . A. Atneworth,
6. fa. K.tward. W. H. Adama,
Andrew frlbvrg, C. F. Hamenway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
Bide for private jirt!r In the eardan
apot of tna west by tha
Orchard State Bant
of OaCTURD, SrBRAHKA.
K. W. DT, President.
Mltrhrn Lrnda. Banker.
. P. hobibton, Caabiu tuxX laland; Sia'Jonal
V. C. Ca-tar. J. P.
Uanry Ua.-.' Sota, Wholala Groan.
Bladder or Uri
nal Trouble f
Do you want immediate relief and
rnrer lie; . .
For tal by all drucewta.
Kead what Dr. Snyder, formerly
ol t rcrport. says:
Oiieam. March 1. IMS
St. Bnrnham. M Adara atreet. Ci'y:
My iMtr Imetor My attrntlon waa Brat eallwl
to "Man Jak" I art yar hi Uw ca. of Captain J.
M. Df-lo..of Atlxnt , -. whi waa aturaed In
tnlp cltw wtta arnto aenhriti (inflmid kidneys)
ami rT.tlu tinllamalhm of Madder' After pra
Mrtliina th aul rnnmlira wilhnat avail. tian
Jaa" waa anfitrMr'l. and ttM huprovratml waa ao
Biark.il afivr tha (rat doae thai a complrte ear
followed ao apaaHliiv, that I at one. commenced
aa Invratifc-atHHi nf ha merit, and have tine, pre
aerined It In almnat evary known funn of kid
nev. hlaJilaT. arpttaral. vanaal and catarrhal
tmnhlea, followed la .acU tuauuK. hy (be hap-
In my nwn raaa fryatltla) tha relief it (rave me
in a few dava waa .imply marv.kiaa.
A eaaeof ennreaia la my owa family waa Tery
Wni-h iBipmvad by a fnw dnaeo, and radically
enrad la leaa than a week tra practlral exper-
enr la a anni nr of taxi caar. or truenrrnora. I am
Intnwi that I have found ao remedy that la
amial to -Hun Jak."
And whtie I bav. never be for. riven a pmfee.
airmai endoraenient to a pmpri.tary remedy, J aay
nnlif.ltailnf'y and wlthnat rracrva. thai I con. In
rr "aan Jak" a veritabt. anon to hnmanltr, and
afu r appivlnit It to 'iia aurrat prnf-ional teata.
ran aay witn connnenca it la oeiier wan u
lecominenilt-d to be.
I ahall conilnoe In prreerlhe It In all raae of
mnllo-urlnary r catarrhal tronbiea in preference
man nineranown renttaiea.
Aa a nerve tonic, raiaiciiilly In the esaea of weak,
anemic children, "sun Juk" can be relied Oiou
fully and eniir:ly. The doliciooa taata of the
nertirtne la alw in ita favor. In prrecrihtiia' It ti
children. I am at tin-eon t aainff "San Jak" aa a
alterative In akin il'avaaee and several oaaee of
chronic acarma htvinit vrllded so readily to It
Influene. I hat I shall eontinne to nae it In almllar
casea, fwllnir cnmldi nt that tt will meet all the
lndltMUon la enrn caaea.
(Slfflid Oao. w. KKTOm. at. D.
Ask your Drii''f'i.a,t for home ref
TDBEnn BiTn noom
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the first floor of
the Harper llouse.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
13 m. on week days For Gen.
tlemcn From 6 a. m. to 7:30 a.
m., and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week dara On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 6 a. ru.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
A NARROW ESCAPE!
How it Happened.
The following rrmtrlinMe event In n lndy'a
life will lnteret I he render: "l ot a lonit linie 1
had a terrible pain nt tuy heart, wlih-h lliit
lered Klmt Ineexmmlly. 1 h:il tii nppeiito
mid could not lccn. I wntiltl Ih compelled
to oil up In IhiI ami lielch ffn from my stom
ach until I thought every minute nouiil Ik?
my ItvtU Tliero svas n ftltiie f oppression
nlmiit mr heurt, and I wn nfraid to draw a
full Ureal h. ' couldn't sweep a mora with
out silting n and rcstlntr: hut, thtmk
liiMl. Iiy the help of New lictirl I uro ail tlmt
K imst nnl I feel like another womnn. lie
fun uhIiic the New Heart i'ure I had taken
different wwnlleJ rennHl!ei and Iieen treated
y dia-tor wit limit
tienetit until I wn
11 1 ftl.finr;i?(l nnil ffii7lllerl. Ktv h!:0;nml
Niiiu-lit nie a Ixilllo of i'r. Miles' New Heurt
urv. nnd am lumpy to any I never rcirrettcd
It. aa I now liave a snlenclhl nnnetite and
sleep well. I welched poumis v. hen I he-
fn it 1'iklns the remedy, mnl nowl wcklilli';.
m efl'K't In my oo hiw ln-n truly mtirvef-
nu!. It fur HiiniasiMe liny other meiieliii I
nre ever taken or anv In'netit I i'ver re-
relved from iihrnlelnns." Mrs. Ilarry Starr.
nltKVillii. tietolier 12. lC
lr. MiiiK ew Heart t'ure is sold on n iiikI-
Ive cuarnntee hv nil drtiircl-ts. r bv the Dr.
Miles Medienl Ci.. Elkhart. Ind.. on reei-ipt of
priie, Sljo-r Ixittle, .ix Nittleit i. exprew pre
paid. Thin crent laiivery hy nn eminent
upeeiallM in lii'nrt diaM. cou'luiiia aieitiitar
opiatva nor dangerous drugs.
n. o. oomnuLT.
B. d. oontkixr.
Connelly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
Office aecond floor, oyer Mitchell A Lyndc'a
bank. Money to loan.
Jackson & Hurst,
Attorneys at Law.
Office In Rock Island National Bank ball ding.
B. D. twxxicir.
& I WALKIB.
Sweeney & "Walker,
Attorneys and Councillors at Law.
OfBca In Bencston'a Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Le(ral bnaineaa of all kinds promptly attended
to. State' Attorney of Bock Island county.
Office, rostoOlce Block.
HcEnlry & McEairy,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on rood security; make collec
tion. Reference. Mitchell X Lynda, bankers.
Office, rostofl-e Block.
R. VL Pearce,
Rooms 39 and 31 In Mitchell 4 Lynde's new
Bnlldlng. Take elevator.
T. I. Sil-rts,
So. 1T1S Second Avcnne. over Krell A Math'.
Drs. Bickle & Schoemaker,
Mltehall k Lvnde's Block. Rooms .IS and 34.
formerly occupied by Dr. Ladewig. 'lake ele
Physician and Surgeon.
1I.U, Third Avenue. Telephone, 1170, office
Boars : 1 to 4 p. zn.. and at night.
t. a. aouowBcaa, a. o.
S. B. BABTB, a. D.
Drs. Earth & Hollowbush,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Cfflce 02Srd t.
avcaidsbcv TS1 Slat at.
omoB aotma :
Dr, Barfh I iir, llol.owhneu
in io a, nv, i id to !2 a. to,
1 to and 7 to8p.m, I t to S and ? to 8 p. m.
Dr. Chas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Office, n hlttokor Block, soathwest corner
Third and Brady streets. Davenport, Iowa
Kooma 1? and is. Ilnnrs: 0 to 11 a. m.,1 to 4 p.m.
Edward L. Ham matt,
Office, Room 41, Mitchell Lynde BnUding.
Geo. P. Standnhar,
Plans and anpertntendence for all rlaa of
Bnlldmi. Room. M and S6, alitchell Lynde
UUlluinK. isko cicvavir.
W. A. Darling,
Bnford Block, over Elnssbnry's store.
John Voile c5c Co,
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring
And all kinds o wood work for bxilder.
BlgbtaeaU St. tnt.Tli!rJ and Foar-h avanaea.
' - : .:'. "'
WANTS FREE LEAD.
The New York Senior Senator
Meets a Defeat.
ONLY THEEE VOTES FOR THE MOTION
And One of Them II la Own He Geta tha
Becord H. Desired. However, and Has a
Shot at Gorrnaa Bank Tan Bepeal Vp
la the House A Chlraco Lake Front
Caae Decided la Favor of the Illinois
Washington. May Si The indications
pointed to a lively day in the senate over
the lend schedule of the tariff bill.
Twenty-three minutes were spent waiting
fur a quorum of senators to nppear. For
the first time since Harris was placed in
charge of the tariff bill he was not in Lis
scat. The delay in aecuring a quornm
shut out the consideration of the Hawaiian
resolution. The paragraphs of the tariff
bill passed over the day before were taken
up. The first was loo, relating to the
duty on wheels of iron or steel, car and
locomotive wheels, etc The original
Jones amendment increased the rate in
the house bill from 80 to 49 per cent, nd
valorem. Vest moved to substitute a spe
cific rate of cents per pound. The Mc
Kinley rate is 2' cents per pound. Quuy
supiKrted tho Vest .amendment ns pre
ferable to an ad valorem duty. It was
Hill Takes the Floor.
The lend paragraph was taken np and
Hill took the floor. The tariff bill, he
snid, had not met his views und did not
now, but he was in favor of speedy action
upon it. Jlill, in conclusion, declared that
he proposed to lie consistent to himself in
ndvticacy of free raw materials, and be
proposed to place those who were not on
record. Vest, in nplv, explained that the
duty fixed was the rate of tho Mills hill;
that the questiou of a duty on lead ore
was a question between the miners and
the smelters representing the lead trust,
nnd that its between the two the commit-
eu had discriminated in favor of the min
ers, j lie vote on iiiirs motion to place
lead ores on the free list was defeated;
eas H, nays 52. Mills, Hill and Irby were
be only affirmat ive votes. Murphy voted
against the motion.
Hill Congratulates Gorman,
After t lie resnlt of the vote was an
nounced Jlill, rising from .his seat, said:
'I desire to congratulate the distinguished
senator from Maryland that be is now
leading bot h sides of the chamber with
great unanimity," to which Aldrich re
lied that there never had been nnv
doubt on the Republican side that the sen
ator from Maryland would be found stand
ing for protection. The senate completed
the consideration of the lead and zinc par
agraphs of the metal schedule adopting
the rates heretofore reported, after which
at 3 o clock, the senate went executive
In the House,
Among the private bills agreed to in the
house was one introduced by Geary of Cal-
fornia, granting certain ntrhts over Lime
J'oint military reservation iu California
for the purpose of constructing a highway;
also a bill granting to the village of Bear-
born. Mich., certain lanls known as
Dearborn arsenal'1 for village purposes.
and a bill to authorize the Missouri Uiver
I'ower company to construct a dam across
the Missouri river in .Montana.
LAKE FRONT CASE.
The Supreme Court lleciile In Favor
the Illinois Central Itoad.
VasIIISGtos, May The case of the
United states vs. the Illinois Central rail
road, known as the lake front case, was
decided by the supreme court in favor of
the railroad. Justice Field delivering the
opinion. Justices Brewer and Brown dis
sented, holding that the United States re
tained the same in the interest on the
property ns nn individual who had granted
property for a certain object and might
apply to the court afterward for a decree
to prevent its diversion from that purpose.
I his case was another phase of the lake
front litigation, the most important feat
ure having been decided heretofore.
The Northern l'acilic Kuilroail company
lost the Burden suit in the supreme court
involving title to mineral lauds within
the limits of the Northern 1'ncific land
grant. Millions of acres are involved.
'o Chance for 1 G to 1 Ratio.
Washington, May 2S. Representative
Tracey of New York, who has been most
active in defeating Representative Bland's
silver moves, says all chance of a free coin
nge measure at a ratio of 111 to 1 is at end
iu the present congress. Mr. Tracey joins
issue with Mr. Blnud in the latter's state
ment that the recent Missouri convention
endorsed free coinage at IC to 1. Ou this
point Mr. 1 raeey says: "Mr. liluud was
given a royal reception at his state conven
tion, and I am glad of it, but he was also
given a platform that, he must realize
better than most men, ends all chance of
free coinaue beinR adopted at 16 to I with
silver selling at U2 ceut an ounce.
Toorheea Has a New Pension 11111,
Washington, May l!S. Iu the senate
Voorhees of ludiuua introduced a bill pro
viding that no pension for disability, or
under the net of June 27, ISilO or the wid
cws of soldiers, Ehail be less than ilii a
Weeding 'Out a Murderous Gone;.
Las Vegas, X. M., May 2S. Herman
Maestas was hanged here for the tnurder
of J'edro Romero, a sheep herder, March
3. As a result of Governor Thornton's de
termined efforts the gang of murderers
and plunderers which has lung infested
the county has been broken np. Within
four weeks eleven persons have been con
victed of conspiracy to murder and sen
tences imposed running from three years
to life imprisonment.
Fupil Coutest for a I'lano.
Mexico, Mo., May S Hardin college,
iu this city, recently offered a $1,000 piano
to the pupil playing the best liefore three
competent judges. The contest took place
before a large audience and lusted until
midui"ht. There were nineteen contest
ants, representing Kansas, Texas and
Missouri. Miss Lee Jones of Piano, Tex.,
carried off the prize, playing Weber's
Liberal ItcliKlona Societies.
Chicago, May 28. Permanent organi
zation was formed and officers elected ot
the last session of the American Congress
of Liberal Religious Societies, which name
was officially adopted. Itev. Dr. Jl. W,
Thomas waa elected president, Jenkin
Lloyd Jones secretary aud leo Fox treas
urer. A board of directors was also elect
ed and a number of vice presidents
Minneapolis is going to issue bonds to
the amount of $lCO,ort, the money to be
spent on improvements, in otd-r to give
work to the unemployed. Business men
there will take the whole issue at pur, the
interest tcing only 2 per cent.
Dunbar &. Sullivau, the government
dredging contractors at Sault Ste. Marie,
have been compelled to stop their dredge
Work on account of the coal famine-
John Inck wood, of Tnckwood. Ia.,while
hunting accidentally shot himself through
the heart, dying instantly.
At Black liiver Falls, Wis., Wallace
Walter, a well-known farmer, was thrown
from his wagon and instantly killed.
Mrs. James Triplett, of 'Chicago, on see
ing her huslinnd a prisoner he is a well
known cor.Ii k-nee man fell unconscious
and remained so until she died.
The co-operative colony of Topolobampo,
in Mexico, has bt-en abandoned. It was an
experiment in socialism.
The opponents of C. R. Breckinridge in
the second Arkansas district have got
enough -otes to defeat, his renomination.J
In a speech at La Orange, Ky., Colonel
Breckinridge said; "They tell you that
Charles Stewart l'urnell was turned out
.if parliament. Can any of you tell me
the name of his successor?"
Mrs. Riley Yates, of Springfield, Cgave
birth to her twenty-fifth child. She is 40,
her husband fil.
A fair Indian maiden of the Yaqui
"persuasion" is inciting reliellion among
those redskins by jiosing ns their pation
saint and arguing 1 hem to make war on
the Mexican government.
Charles R. Williams, of Chicago, has
sued Rand, McXally & Co. for $i,U;0,kA
damages for false imprisonment growing
out f charges of lortrery made by tt:e
company against Williams but which
were not sustained.
E 1 ward Kohn, a Chicago subst it nte letter
carrier, is in jail because he strile variou
letters containing sums oi money.
An rxumiiiMion cf the looks of H. H.
A. Adams, trea-nrer "f Kiucs county, X.
Y., shows a dciuit of tT.VOiJU for the nine
months et:i! ti on May 1 last. r 'J'vr
A j.iry r.t X.'W Y.-.rk l;n given Actress
Ada Cuirie a verdict for damages
against l)av,iil Henderson, the Chicago
theater man. The actress was hurt in an
accident at the Chicago Open House.
The convention of railway telegraphers
is now investieatimj the nllfed misman
agement ot Urand Chiet iiamay.
Major W. T. Gillespie, a well-known
mining man, r.t.d Arnold Iicrtberger. a
stationary engineer, were kiile;: at Tacjmj
ly a cave-in ne.tr the wharves.
Rev. J. M. Tattlbe, of Covington, at
teiupted to deliver an American Protective
association lecture a'. Lex:r.gto:i, Ky., but
:ne meeting was brokeu up by a shower of
stoi.es and rotter, ess.
1 tree prisoner, one of whom had fust
been scutcuccd to ssven years :n the peni
tentiary, sawtd tl.eir way out cf theCieve-
11. d, O , jaii in bvoa l diiv'iiiht and es
The Snj;ar Trust Inquiry.
Was-iiim.Ton, May tIS. The senate in
vestiating committee considered the re
fusal of Correspondent Kdwards to give
the sources of the information upon which
he bused his letter cliarcuig sugar trust
infiueuce cn the tariiT bill, etc. The ccm
mittee is unanimous in the opinion that
the precedents cited by DitteuhtetTcr do
not lit the case and that the autaority of
the senate is complete to compel witnesses
to te. what they know. Representative
Cotkran test i he J that he never said or
knew anything about the subject of in
quiry nnd never gave anybody the impres-
tion that he kuew anything. The course
to be pursued agaiust the contumacious
witnesses whs not decided.
Amalgamated Couveutiou Closes.
CLEVELAND, May 2S. The convention
of the Amalgamated Association of Iroa
aud Steel Workers has concluded with the
election of oflicers, which resulted as fol
lows: President, M. M. Garlaud, I'itts
burg; secretary.J. C. Kilgallou, J'ittslmrg;
assistaut Secretary, Steven Madden, J'ltts-
Death of ltrewer Itlatz.
ST. Pall, May 2-. Vul Rlatz. the mil
lionaire Milwaukee brewer, died verv
suddenly at the Ryan Hotel in this city of
heurt disease. Mr. Blatz was leturnine
to Milwaukee Lrom California with his
A Million Friends.
A friend in need is a friend indeed
nd not less than one million rwnnh
have found just such a friend in lr
lYinir s JNew Discovery for pnnsnmn.
"... .. i. , t .
nou, uuif;iis aim coins, ji vou havi
never used this great cough ruedi
cine, one trial will convince you tha
it nas' woniieriui curative powers
all diseases of throat, chest an
lttncrs. Each bottle is fimrnntoed
do all that is claimed or money w
its rent nuou. j rial bottles at Hart
& LUenieyer's drug store. Large
bottles 5ic and f 1.
We desire to sav to our r-;t;r,
that for years we 'have been scllim
Dr. King's Xew Discovery for con
sumption. Dr. King's Xew Life pills
iMicKini h arnica salve, and Kloetri
bitters, and have never handled re
etiies that sell as well, or that have
given stub universal satisfaction
Y c do not hesitate toguaranteetht
every time, and we stand e..n,i,r
refund the purchaser's nnVo ?f .t:
factory results do not fnilfsw t ti
use. These remedies 1m
great popularity on tln.ie
- , . ...v.. mtiuB.
Hartz o; Lllemeyer, druggists.
BCCKLENS ARNICA 8ALVK.
The best salve in the wnriii tn.
bruises, sores, ulcers salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all ai-;n
tions, and positively sures piles or
no pay required. It is enaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Hartz & Ullemeyer
"Royal Kuby" ltye Whlaky
Is a "Rye as Is a Rye," naturally ripened and
rce from all foreign flavor and adulterants, a-nar
antecd pare and over eleven years of age, recom
mended to the connoisseur as a meritorlona arti
cle worthy of tha confidence of Invalids, eonva
leecents and the aged. See that our name la
blown In bottle . $1.00 per quart bottle
ROYAL KUBT" PORT WINE,
pure, old and mellow, therefore best adapted for
invalids, convalescents and the at;ed It reatorea
lost vitality, creates strvnet h and appetite, build
np the weak and debilitated, tjnarta 1 ptnts
GOccnta. hat up on honor and guaranteed by
ROYAL WINE. CO Chicago.
For aalo at Harper House Pharmacy, and by
William L'lendvnin, Molinc.
IMPORTANT RAILWAY CASE DECIDED. ,
Indiana Law far Taxing Kaitway Propertv
Bel.l To no fioixl.
WAsniNGTON.May 28 The United States
supreme court has decided the Indiana
tax cases, entitled the C, C, C. and St. L.
Railway company, plaintiff in error, vs.
the treasur; t of Marion county, Ind. . The
decision ot O.e supreme court of Indiana
was affirmed. Justice Brewer delivering
the opinion. The opinion upheld the In
diana laws for taxing railroads. It was
claimed hy the company that theitssess
nient of the company's proierty made by
the taxing officer included the property
without the state and that the valuation
planed on property within the state was
based on interstate business done by the
rniiroad, thus placing a direct burden on
interstate commerce. The law provides
for the valuation of nilroal property
within the state in the same ratio to the
whole value, that t he mileage withiu the
state liears to the whole mileage. The
court holds that this is not taxing prop
erty without the state, and is not laying a
burden on interstats commerce.
Mrs. Mary .Mayer ot (iuilty.
Racine, Wis., May 2S. The jury in the
case of the state vs. Mrs. Mary Mayer,
charged with the murder of her first hus
band, Herman Goenke, in A u mist last by
administering poison, brought iu a verdict
of not guilty after having been out live
hours, the verdict was greeted with gen
Zi-lla I'iguriujr f r a IHvorce.
MISCATINE, la.. May 2b. Mrs. Zidlo. Nic
ola us is registered here under the. name of
Mrs. Guilford, of Chicago, at the Hotel
Webster. Her husband, W. A. Nicolaus,
has arrived and the pair have been iu con
sultation with prominent attorneys with
a view, it is said, to obtaining a divorce.
Special lluuur to ltritish Soldiers.
London, May iS General Sir Donald
Stewart aud General Lord YVolseley have
been created held marshals, llns is an
exceptional honor. There have only been
live such appointments previously.
1 ho Local Mark era.
Oats S3 all tc
liav Tiroomv. JsaS9: nn'artd. f: wild.
ST: slojih ! TO; baltO. f7.5tT? $8.
Battel- Fair to choice, 12!"; creamery, lSe
Fes Franh. 84'.o-
Puuitry ipritiu chickens, larcre. f 1 50 ncr
rurrr and vegetables.
"mion per hn
Strawberries $t 25 a cse.
Cattle Butchers psy for c w T1 steer
4R,iSc; cows and lielfeis, 2!4lS'c calei
S hfce p 4ul.r.
Spring lamb. $3 5CQS5 a bead.
Coal Soft. 10c ; hard. S8.S0.
Worn Out Faces CorL;u1tioa
BTI years p-aetleal erporlenre
removing wrlrkles, nlling out
hollow c5'ks.reormltig nodt-a,
ears anil r.K.ailin. All f.kln t.letr.
isbesand deiormitlesand thetr
treatim-nt di-si-ribed and illus
trated In a tiV'-pafs book sent
aualed to any ad Jrc&s tor 10 cLa.
John H. Woodbury
Established 1 870. 1 25 W. 42d St., N.V.
Woodbury's Facial foap for the Skirt,
Scalp and Complexion. 3 cakes, $1.00, at
EKtate of AnnaS. Know 'ton. deceaaed.
The nmlcrf iimed havlnc hern anpnintud admin
istrator of the estate of Anna S. Knowlton. late of
the county of Hock Ir-laiul, etaie of Illitioie, de-
ceaaec. hereby cives notice that he will atmear
before the county court of Kork laland coun
ty, attneomre oi i tie clerk or arid court. In
the city vf Kock If land, at the July term, on
the first Monday in Jn!v licit, at which
time ail person havmir claims aea.rifct said
tate are notified and requested to attend for the
purpose of having the same adjusted. All per
son indented to said estate are requested to
masc immediate payment to the unnerstcnea.
W. O ?i EG VS.
Dated this SSih dav or April. A. 1). lb4.
Aadc a Well
IIIHLIJ 10th Day.
vixix-a SOth Day.
trv rr as rs u rs r- tlm t- vw
..waa aa.,a.va SOth Bay.
Pro iurea the Ahote LVsuits is SO Raja. It acts
power! ully and qnii-uiy. Cures v. lien all others
lull. mne men will r train their lost manhood
and ola ni n will recover their youthful vicol
by usiuR VITAL! S. It quickly und surely re
stores iv.ervousiKSs, Lost .unity. Inipolency,
ICibtly KmissiotiK. Lost I'ower, Failing Mem
ory, Wastitur Hiseases. and nil effects of self
abuse or excess and indiscretion. Wards oB
insivnity and consiiniption. Insist on having
ViTALIS no other, t un be carried in vest
pocket. Hy mail. 1.00 per paiharre. or six for
5.00, with positite written sunrantee lo rare
nr reianil lae money, t irt-iuar lr-e. Auareaa
sjAiivBr.1 littlfcltl t:UJIi'AM, llurago. 111.
For sale at Rork Island by Harper Bouse Phar
mt-jr and William Clcndenin, Druggist, Mollne-
tardif .rv lj Sh.
JfL .atMVy aTaTrTBBTa
hi 1 L
llAnD-Tus Remedy !
No man can afford to have a sick "Wife or
Daughter, nor, ia such times as these,
A ' big Doctor bill Zoa Phora curea
the sickness, eaves the bills.
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ni- a a a n a i Ull r0 I-nOI LI " t) R KS
ICrxlon s ';
f the So it
1 1 swv
!V y I ;tvesl
in mi 1 Apr1! ,n',
HEATINQ ASD VENTILATING LK.tilKEF.US.
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 Boiler Mills. All kinds of grinding done
to order. Agent for the GEO. TILESTOX 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 FOB
The Best Disinfectant Ready
Trade supplied by HORST VOX KOECKRITZ, corner Fifth ave
nue and Twenty-third street. Fifth Avenue Pharmacy. Sole A-eM.
Rock Island. Manufactured by the Pastaur Chemical Co., New York.
T. F. BURKE,
Steam and Gas Fitters.
Rock Island Heating
and Plumbing Co.
Hot Water Heating
119-121 E. 17th St.
Rock Island, III. Tel. No. 1288
Eole Agents for the Pnrman.
Carpenter and Builder.
OFFICE, NO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE.
Shop on Vine Street. POCK ISLAND.
City Bus and Express Line.
For Bus or Express Line telephone 1141, and you will receive
TIHBiraitAKB ft SPENCER. Pre?'
SEIVEES & ANDEE80N.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
aVll Klzida ot Carpenter Work Done.
Jatamisg iOM oa abort
a r- a - v v. ...
CLEAN HOUSE WITH
M-rtonnan t,n -V..-1-
'',a antlammatloii. Hl VZVttw
.,..1 om Smell, ami Cnm. I Lnol
once for Cold in Head. fet-rc,-,
" i . rcvl
Gas and Steam Fitting
Largest and best equipped establishment
west of Chicago.
1112, 114 West Seventeenth street.
Telephone 1148. Kotk h'.ati
Telephone 1169. :
and 1603 Fourth Aye.
Small Pox, Cholera, Typhoid and
Scarlet Fevers, Diphtheria, E;c
Sec. and TrcSf.
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aosios sn4 astavscuoai gwsntoed.
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