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THE AUG US, FBIDAT, JUNE 8, 1C04.
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XXATE3 ft CLCAYTLAXID
TWpnsasting orw 40 Million Dollar
Tire Ufa, Tornado.
Beads of Baratyahlp.
omd-tawHil Meek lalsad. Ill a,
tear rates; they winimwn yea.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . ,
Lksss Prcnptlr Pail.
Rata tow A so? reliable company ran affara
Tear Patron It soiieltad.
STATS SAvnras BLSZ.
oaeeCoraer nneeata it net saa TMrs a
scceeat Um Holla Sanaa Baas. Orfsaissa ltd
s fecnTBTRB! fin ii imm
Organise! 4r Watt Low.
Opta from a. av. to I m, and Weaaeeoay aid
satanUy aifhi from? to Spot
ft. a. Ammiti,
J. 7. BaaaawAT.
Porter flktaser ,
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W. B. eS
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REAL ESTATE LOANS
for prrrate partis la the tareea
pet w me wok oy um
Orchard State Bank
of OaCnARD, XKBRASEA.
B. W. Dabt, Prtstdrat.
J. B. Daat Casaiar.
ttcben A Lyade, Bukn.
t. Rsbiuaoa, Casuist Hock Island liatloaal
Hsnry ten bom, Waeteeale Gram.
Contapoadeace wild ted.
Bladder or Uri
Do yon want immediate relief and
cure? Get . .
For eel by all druxgieta.
Read what Dr. Snyder, formerly
of Freeport. says:
Chicago, March t. MM
St. BamhAm. M Adssis street. Cltr:
My Dw Doctor My attention wee 8rt called
to "Nan Jafe" laat year la lac eaae of Captain J.
M. Brmiat .of Atlant ', te who waa attacked in
ttai city with eeate nrphritla (inflamed ktdneya)
aad eystltle (lnflamatloa of bladder X After pra
ecrlhtac the asual remedies wttboat mil, Kaa
JeA" waa sasgootcd. and the Iwprowamnt waa eo
marfeed after the I rat does that a complete cor
followed an epaedlly, that I at ooce commenced
oa Irmstlsatioa of lla aaartte, and have elace pre-
earthed It In almoot rrery known form of kid
nmr. bladder, enthral. vaa-laal and catarrhal
troubles, followed la each loetance by the hap
In my own cam (cystitis) the relief It lave
la a few daya waa rlmply aiarrsloo.
A cane of enareela ia my own family waa eery
macs tmprmred by few dose, and radically
cored la n than a week krom practical esper.
eaca m a Banner of nan sapra 01 wncorrnoen. i am
f fee tn aay that I have found no remedy that la
anna! to "Baa Jah."
Ana while I hare never before ylren a profee-
eionai ennnraament to A proprietary remedy, I nay
aabvaltatingly aad wlthont reserve, that I coaste
erMeaJak" a veritable eooa tn oamaetty, and
after applying It to the enreet professional teem,
can ear with eonndence It la better thaa It b)
recommendrn to he.
ehall marina to preeerlbe It la all caeee of
ftenito-nrlnary or catarrhal troahlae la prefereace
nail other known rented Ire.
As A nerve tonic, eepeelallyla the caeee of weak.
raemic children, Tlsn Jab can h rellad apoa
fnily and entirely. The dellckme taate of the
medicine la also In Ita faenr. In erreeribtnf H fur
children. I am at preeent aalnf "Nn Jah" aa aa
alterative In akin ii aeeeee and eeyeral oanea of
chronic eraema nsrlng yellded an readily to he
Influence tkal I ehall continaa to eat it la atmllar
caae. realms ennadent taat It WU1 meet all Um
ladlbaUoaa la tnrh caare.
fkleaod) Uao. w. limn, U. D.
Ask yonr Druggist for home ref
It will Clean Silks and Woolen Goods,
Ribbons, Cortaina aad Carpets. It has
no equal for Claanint; Honaa, Killing
Moths aad Ranoving Grease Spots.
rw rj it Kzxi & itizg.
WWI CtALB VBMvwHiaja.
miCC IS CENTS A CAKE OR TWO CAKES
rUH 29 liLNIB.
Address H and H. Dea Moines, Iowa.
1-tl.W fSltEAM BALM rieanwe the Tfrnmrnlf eJS-yTV
r Allay fnla abd laliDiinstisn, Deal ,JJSaN
the Hare a. Meatwrea Tmui aadaniaU, amel Jwr 'JpgHfUfi iVYM
atp a rs rs nr sxm
rete u Xattrilt. ft bwfrUy AfrenrW.
. uruQpsUocbjaiaii, XLIBKOO,M WamaBk,ti.I.
a. S. IMMHSIJiT.
Connelly & Connelly,
v Attorneys at Law.
Omce aacoad boot, oyer Mitchell ft Ijvde
beak. Money to loan.
' Jackson Hurst.
Attorneys at Law.
OSes ia Book Inland National Bank bonding.
o. a. WAuaa.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Conneellors at Law.
m Benprtoo'a Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Legal boalBOM of all kind promptly Attended
to. State' Attorney of Bock Island county.
Offlce, foetofflee Block.
McEniry & McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on good security; atAaa collec
tions. Reference, aUtohcIl ft Lynda, bnnkare.
Offlee, FoatoJB-e Block.
R. M. Pearce,
Rooms ta and SI In MltcneU ft Lrnde'a :
Bonding Tak aleraua'.
T. Lv Silvia,
No. ITU Second Arenae, orer Srall ft Math's.
Drs. Bickle & Schoemaker,
Mitchell ft Lrnde'a Block. Itaneaa at and Si.
formerly occupied by Dr. Lndewig. Take cie-
Physician and Surgeon.
HSi, Third Arenae. Tehrohone. 1170. nnva
Boore-1 to 4 p. ak. aad at night.
t. a. aoLLovavsn, a. a. a. a. babtb, h. d.
Drs. Barth & Hollowbnsh,
Physicians and Snrgeons.
GSIce eoeard rt.
aoAideac 711 slot at.
Dr, BArth i Or. Bollowbnah
. laeva.at. I lotoa.m,
1 to t aad 7 to 8 p. m. t to Sand? to 8 p. as.
Dr. Chas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Office, Whlttaker Block, aonthwest comer
Third aad Brady strseta. Oaenport, Iowa
17 and 18. Bonn: S to 11 a. m.,1 to 4p.m.
Edward I. Ham matt,
Othoe. Boom 41, Mitchell ft Lynde Building.
Geo. P. Staudnhar,
Plans and rapertntendenre for all elan of
zsuiiainjrs. Koonu na ana as, autcoeu m Lynde
Bulldiug. Take eleralur.
W. A. Darling,
Bnford Block, orer Klncsbnry's store.
Wholeaal Dealer sad Importer of
Win6S and Liquors
161C and 1618 Third At
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
trie, electro-thermal, etc., may
b obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Booms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
13 m. on week days For Gen
tlemen From 6 a. m. to 7:30 a.
m., and from S p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from lam.
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
r n n
Its Builders Presented as a
Pretty Bad Lot.
TALE BEFORE A HOUSE COMMITTEE
la OTalcft asaareeal, Bnatlagtea aad Others
Are Mot Kindly Spokoa of The For
era Bfilllewa Hi the Olaey Plan to
Very Thereon Senatar, Dlaenee tha
Sahfeet Boaaarka by Boar, Blaekbara
Washington. Jane 8. The bouse com
mittee on the Pacific railroads gare a hear
ing to the Californians who are opfleaed to
refunding the debt of the Central Pacific
Ex-Congressman Charles G. Summer said
that he protested for the people of Cali
fornia against any funding scbeirie which
would perpetuate the present management
one which bad brought deplorable moral,
political, and financial calamity upon that
state. He went into an exhaustive history
of the road, declared that its cost bad not
exceeded tSO.OOO.OOO, and that he thought
It could be shown to have been about (15,
000,000. Stanford, Iluntington, Hopkins,
aad Crocker had not been worth $400,000
all told in 1851. and in when the road
was finished tbey were worth $10,000,000
The Quartette Cobbled the Cash.
Crocker had resigned from the direc
torate to make construction contracts
with the others. Eighty per cent, of the
enormous dividends had rods into the
pockets of Stanford, Crocker, Hopkins
and Huntington. Sumner explained the
California law which made stockholders
responsible for the debts of a corporation.
Maguire explained that the statute of
limitations of California did not anolv to
the government. Ikiatncr of Louisiana
repeated a statement made to him recent-
by President Huntington thnt he (Hunt
ington) had never had more than four to
ten shares of Central Pacific stock, bis
stock being in the nuance and construc
Corrupted Everything In Beach.
Sumner said that Huntington had ad
mitted having spent over 1.000,000 in past
congresses for legislation. Incidentally
Sumner charged that the Central Pacific
had corrupted judges and legislatures and
bad debauched the politics of California.
beary of California said he could not
subscribe to the charges that the judiciary
of Califorria was debauched.
"I do not mean to moke wholesale
charges against the judiciary," responded
Sumner. "But I have a challenge from
a legislator of my own state," he con
tinued excitedly, "and accept it. I say
that the Central Pacific has corrupted
judges, juries and legislators of California
when its interests have been that way."
Ceary Admits Some Baying.
Geary said that if the right of action
did not mature until the debt matured
there could be no action against the Stan
ford estate until some of the bonds
matured aud there was no money forth
coming to pay them, deary said he did
not wish to appear as a defender of the
Central Pacific, but he did not wish it
thought that California bad been utterly
debauched by the Central Pacific. It
could not be denied that conventions had
been bought, that legislatures bad been
bought, that senators aud congressmen
had had their seats bought for them. He
knew that because he had been elected in
the face of that opposition; his opponent
bad been an attorney of the company who
had been ordered to make the race,
SENATORS TALK OF THE CASE.
Boar and Toorheea Join In Kind Words
for Stonfurd'a Memory.
'While these Californians were giving
the house committee their views there was
a discussion of the same subject going on
in the senate. Hoar offered a resolution
instructing the judiciary committee to
investigate the proposed suit against Stan
ford and pass upon the equity of the
claims. Hoar said he did not suppose that
any one seriously believed that the govern
ment bnd a claim against the Stanford
estate. Hoar recited the benefactions un
der the will of Governor Stanford, and
added that if the government had a claim
of $15,000,0(10, that was only 20 cents apiece
lor the inhabitants ol the Lnited States to
whom Stanford had consecrated his lance
estate, and it ought not to embarrass the
closing years of his widow and cripple and
perhaps destroy the great gift he bad made
for the benefit of the poor by seeking to
No one, Blackburn said in reply, felt
more deeply than he the public spirit man
ifested by bis late associate in devotinc so
much to educational purposes. But the
real question was did be own the estate
or had he sought to divert to this hich
purpose an estate that belonged to the
Lnited states? 1 be attorney general had
already taken steps to determine this
question, and it was the first t ime he had
ever heard of either house of congress at
tempting to stay the baud of the law offi
cer of the government,
"Are we to uuderstand," inquired Voor-
bees, "tbat this proceeding on the part of
the United States Is an attempt to bold
the estate of Lcland Stanford for the mort
gage the government holds against the
"No," replied noar, "it is a proceeding
nnder a California statute on the ground
of stockholders' liability. After tho first
and second mortgages fall due unless sat
isfied the stockholders become individ
"Before taking my seat I desire to say."
said Voorhees, "that Leland Stanford is
the only very rich man I have ever known
whose simplicity and sublimity of char
acter waa not touched or debased by his
QUAY BLOCKED THE GAME.
Dropped ia for tho Kspreea Fnrpuaa aad
Them Walked Oat.
Washington, June 8. Just after Carey
had completed a long speech on the tar
iff in the senate Harris, pursuant to an
agreement reached after consultation
with some of the Republican leaders,
sprang a surprise on many of the sena
tors in the shape of a proposition to pro
ceed with schedules G (agricultural
product), 11 (spirits, wines and other
beverages), I (cottons) and J ( flax, hemp
jute, under the Ore minute rule. This
would have carried the senate to sched ule
K (wool and woolens), under fast march
ing orders. It seemed at first as if there
would be no objection.
Harris stated that after consultation
on both sides of the aenata he indulged the
nope tbat this agreement would be reached.
If it was, he said, it would put an end to
all controversy about night sessions, while
the matter waa being informally rlinmsssd
Quay sauntered into the chamber. He
asked what it all meant. On being told
that it was a request for unanimous eon-
sent to limit debate be said emphatically:
"I object." Having thus abruptly smashed
the proposed truce he walked into the
A little later Teller, and Allen tried to
olae that vexed problem the cause of the
price ol wheat and got into a row nearly.
Teller said hotly that he was at a loss to
locate the Nebraska senator politically
after his remarks and his recent votes.
He did not know which he belonged to.
the Populistic or the Democratic party.
"1 voted with too on the last vote on
the sugar schedule," said Allen.
'1 bee the senator a Dardon." muled
Teller. "You voted for and I voted
against the sugar schedule." ;
1 voted against the discrimation in fa
vor of the sugar trust."
But you voted for the scheduler
'I voted for it because the narty to
which you belong bankrupted the treas
ury and we could not lose the revenue in
QUESTION OF SALARY DOCKING.
Sperry T rles ta Brine It Vp la tho Boose-
Lack or Equity Asserted.
Washington-, June 9. Feeling over the
enforcement or non-enforcement of the
statute for docking members sa laries will
not subside in the house. The resolution
introduced by Sperry of Connecticut call
ing upon the sergeant-at-arms for accu
rate information as to the enforcement of
the law and for a report of the certificates
signed by members will bring the ques
tion up again if the committee on rules
Sperry says: "It the statute is to be
enforced at all it should be enforced equit
ably. It applies to both the senate and
bouse, yet I am told that the senate
laughs at the Uea of o!serving it. There
is a sort of tradition here iu the house
that members should go through the for
malities o obtaining leaves of absence,
but when a senator occasionally asks per
mission of the senate to absent himself he
provokes smiles. As the rale works now
its effect upon a memlier's pocketbook is
in direct ratio to his conscience.
"Almost none of the members are in at
tendance all of the tinie, yet many of them
walk up, sign their certificates for one
month, and draw their pay. Some say
that Judge Daniel considers the law re
pealed and that be is good enough au
thority for them. Some say that they have
earned the $5,000 the law allows them, and
they intend to take it regardless of the
ruling of the judiciary committee. Every
man is left to construe the law for him
self, and he does construe it according to
his views and his conscience,"
Sperry thinks that if the statute is still
in force the senate as well as the house
should observe it, aud that some means.
like a daily roll call, should be adopted
to ascertain the presence of members, or
else the law should be repealed.
Ohio-Lake Erie Ship Canal.
WASHINGTON, June 8. The house com
mittee on railways and canals has agreed to
report the compromise bill drawn by Ryan
of New York lor the survey of a ship
canal route from the Ohio river to Lake
Engineer linrr'e Murderers.
Brazil, Ind., June a Marshal Loder-
back and a detachment of police have ar
rested six strikers who are supposed tc
b implicated in the killing of Engineer
miam llurr, east of Harmony ou the
Yandalia, and injuring two other train
men. The persons captured are beina
examined secretly, but information leaked
out that a part of the number were im
plicated in the crime and that wholesale
arrests would follow.
Sued by Ex-Senator Sabin.
Stillwateu, Minn., Jane 8. Ex-Senotoi
D. M. Sabin has sued J. C. O'Gorman, the
receiver of Seymour. Sabin & Co.. for 1 54.-
800, alleging that O'Gormun converted that
mucu biock i to nis own use, which stock
belonged to Sabiti. He also sues the attor
neys Searles z (iail for T(I ! ullin.
that gaining information as his attor
neys mey gave it to otuers, uuu the result
was that lie lost valuable lands because of
Onlv Local Lines Jn,t Nner.
ST. Paul. June 8. All tha northorn
transcontinental lines have been trans
formed by the floods into merely local
lines, nnrl as kiipIi nn lrin ,n ,!....-. i.
business whatsoever. The "Great North
ern, Northern Pacific, Union Pacific and
Cauadian Pacific have issued circulars to
the effect that ther will mt. yti
ishabie freight destined for points beyoud
me towns wnere their lines are tied up.
Came Together with arriue; Knivee.
Mint Sruixcs, Ala., June 8. Gilmore
Kennedy and Collins llogan, two well-
known youug farmers, cauie together with
carving knives near here an the result of
too much indulceuce in whisky at a "stag"
picuic Gilmore was literally bucked to
pieces aud died iu the conflict. Hogan
lumselt received gashes m the groin that
uiuy n-imiunie lauiiiy.
She Gets llur Eleven Thousand.
Sioux Citt la., Jane 6. The United
States supreme court has affirmed the de
cision of the lower court in the case ol
Mrs. Jennie Campbell vs. the Pullman
Palace Car company, giving her $11,0UC
damages. The suit was the result of an
alleged assault on Mrs. Campbell by m
negro porter in tue employ of the defen
dant. Jack Joules waa a victim of liver complaint,
Ilif strength was exhausted, his pulse had crows
He bad nicer and tnaora, and all torts of hu
mors. And the ills tbat he suffered would weary a taint.
Folks said that Jack Jcnks would never be cored.
But Jack said he would tbat they might be at
Pierce's G. M. Diecovery wrought hie recovery
After all the poor fellow so long had endured.
Such a multitude of eeriona. distressing, and
often fatal, maladies spring from a disordered
liver. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Ditcovciy
creates a healthy action of this important orean
and the ills which have their origin there, each
as bad blood, biliousness, indigestion and dys
pepsia can be cored oy ita persistent uso.
"Boynl Baby" Bye Whisky
Is a "By aa la a Bye," naturally ripened and
re from all foreign flavor and adulterants, gnar
aateed. pare aad over eleven year of Age, reconv
nended to the connoisseur a a meritorious arti
cle worthy of the confluence of Invalids, coots
leaoent and the aged. Bee that our name is
blown in bottle . $1.00 per quart bottle.
hotal rubi" port wihk.
pore, old and mellow, therefore best adapted for
Invalids, eonvAleecenta and the Aged. It restores
lost Trtalitv, creates strength and Appetite, builds
np the weak and debilitated. Quarts, f1. Pmta,
W ceala, rat up on nonor and guaranteed bv
BOTAL WISE, CO- Rnlcaeo.
For sale at Harper Hoose Pharmacy, aad by
William Chmdenln, Mouse .
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York Flaamclai.
New York. Jon t.
Money on call easv. Offered at 1 Der cent.
Prime mercantile paper 3&.4! percent.; eter
bug exchauK firm with actual business ia
ban kens' bills for demand and 48713
for kilty days: posted rates IM
4'JU Commercial bills 4W'ft4-X.
auvar certinrates ikt&: no atla: bar silver
62. Mexican dollars 51 .
United States bonds. 6'e resnlar. 117U: do
S'sconpons. HTJu&llfl; do 4 s regular. 112fc
t s coupons. H4'bl4: do "a. fct bid: I'a-
ciflc 6's of T15, lk)6 bid.
Chleago Grain aud Produce.
Chicaoo, June 7.
Following were the Quotations on the
Board of Trade today: Wheat June, onened
Sf-'-iC. closed fide; July. "Iniued 6Vgu, closed
!ini-: September, opened OlJic closed Uoc
Corn June, opened 3!iic, closed :W?c; July,
opened 4uc, clised XiJnc: September, opened
41c, closed 4tHC. tints June, oponed 40o,
closed 41J-nc; Jnly, oponed &r. closed 3ttc;
September, opened :kh: closed 2!) It!. Pork
June, opened t , closed $ ; July, opened
eH.f-34. closed gli.te;,: September, opened
13.(St, clm-d JlS li.'. Lard-June, opened
r8.72.Hi. closed $o.7i
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago. Jane ?.
Live stock -Prices At the Union Stock
yards today ranged as follows: Hogs Esti
mated receipts fur the iluy, 3UI0; sales ran Rod
at M.2134..V, piita. f4.4i;4.w light, 4 :l5ti-4 SO
much packing, Si 4" .4.7-' ujixu-L. and 4
S.&. ; heavy illicit lug nnd shipping lots.
Cattle lieceipts for tho dav, 13.30.1; Quota
tions ranged at S4.70d5 10 choice to extra
shipping steers, f4.axu.4.ftl good to choice do.
f.i.0OT 4. la l;ur to triHid, S.;..x..j-;.80 common to
medium do, Sw.fciI.i butchers' steers. S2.75
tlj.4U Blockers, s:i.aife.;RM foederis fl.S
.io cows, S2.SiOHa.wi heifers, fci.tiHi-.fa.40 bulls,
JJ.7tkiio.Sw Ttxus steers, and jy.0Ji40J veal
Hioep and Lambs Receipts for the dar.
13,(n prices ranced at 7.Vri,4.00 western
Sc'.OtvI-J.ra Texans, S-.0jj.Jtt5 natives, aud &J.UU
Produce: Butter F.incr separator. lfllMGUn
per lb; fancy dairy, loV,14c; pocking stock,
bn.-&Mc. Ekks i'riaii stuck, lU(.,lic per
dozen. Live loultry Chickens. u,7k per
Hi; ducks, CiuSn-; t inferos, 5ii7c; iroese. S10U
u4.Uu ik.t dozen. l'otat.cs BurUauks. 75
iKic Ier bu; llcbrons, 7Ka 7"c; mixed stock,
o-ViTi; new potatoes. Louixiana, S&Ok&lUU
cr bin. Apples t air to choice, S.i.(XI&;.UU
ier bbL Stawberries Centralia, 8S.25ciiS.75
per case; common to good. tl.UU&S.OU. Honey
White clover, 1-1U sections. llWilWc:
broken comb, lurti 11c: dark comb, rood con
dition, 10,luttc; strained Calilornia, joc per
The Local Haiketa.
or ah, rrc
Oats 83 34C.
Hai Timoine. 83.0: nn'and. ST: slid.
$7: sloavh. gXIJ; baae. J7.5oa8.
Better Fair to choice, 13313c; creamery, 13c
Igs Freeh, fta.
Poultry 3Drine chickens, linre. t-K3.G0 net
rBflT AND VISITABLE.
Potatoes New, SI .503$1 69 per tu .
Onioo. ft per bs
Strawberries $i. 50 a esse.
Li VI STOCK.
Csttle Butchers dav Tor cwn fen aleei
434!4e; cows and heifers, 2tf33iac calves
Spring lamb. S G0Q$5 A head.
Coal 6o ft, JS3.:fi-,; hard.
KocLford Troops Coder Arm.
ROCKFOUD. Ills., June S. Companies H
and K, Third regiment 1. X. G., of this
city, have received orders to assemble aud
be ready to move at a moment's notice.
The Weather We May Expect.
Washington. Juuo 8. -The following are
the weather indications fur twenty-four hour
from s o. tn. yesterdnr: For Michigan. Indi
ana, Illinois and wscousin ruir, warmer
weather; southerly winds. For Iowa Gener
ally fair weather; probably sliphtly cooler in
western portion; soutnerly w inds,
Rudy's Pile Suppository is guaran
teed to cure piles and constipation,
or money refunded. Fifty cents per
iox. ena stamp lor circular and
free sample to Martin Rudv, Lancas
ter, Pa. For sale bv T. II. Thomas
an 1 Hartz & BaUnsen, tlrujrjrists.
Rock Island. 111.
fciHMi. Bei,nw t
IsAiUtfALSIA and similar Coaipl&uiU
manuiaoniea sndar the itrlnreat
CEKUiai yEDICAL uns.
Ljaroaoribodby emineiit physicianr
r rt o t I r
7 ar.l.WiaW r
Leek Also oa Daokare for Dr. Bichter'a arm:
F Ad. RlchtoretCo. New York.
-29 KZST AkTAsSSe
18 Branch House, - - Owa Qlauwerks,
SSc and fiOc For ne by Boret Von
Kneckntz, C. hiwiriel. Harper house
'yrnarmacy. kock IsiaLU, ill
THE GENUINE PHILA
DELPHI A, THE CONTI
NENTAL, THE NEW DE
PARTURE, THE BUCK
OF THE HIGHEST GRADES.
LAWN GRASS SEED,
THE PRICES ARE LOW
ER THAN EVER BEFORE.
Everything for the making
oi a ncn lawn at
HABDWAM and S2ZS STQ22,
21S and 215 West Second St.,
a Hn-TDEs RaiEoi!
No man can afford
- nue or
Daughter, nor, in such times aa these,
. A big Doctor bill Zoa Phora curea1
the sickness, eaves the bills.
WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULET
wnawaa anvmu nc.auL.TB rKOH THE USE OP
HEAT ISO AND 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 grindicg dtE,
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 Fran Meal and Feed always on hand.
SMALL POX PREVENTIVE
The Best Disinfectant Ready
Trade snpplied by HORST VON KOECKRITZ, corner Fifth are
nae and Twenty-third street. Fifth Avennc Pharmacv. Sole Asrent.
Rock Island. Manufactured by the Pastaur Chemical Co., New Ycrk.
T. F. BURKE,
Steam and Gas Fitters.
Reck lsli:J Hsatiag
td PlralTmg Go.
Hot Water Heating
119-121 E. 17th St.
Rock Island, II L Tel. No. 1288
Eole Agents for the Fanaao.
CHOO. OJlISinAGHEB ,
AO Mads at Cat Flewer eastaDtly on hand.
One slock from Central Park, largest ia
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE. KO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE,
Shop on Vine Street. BOCK ISLAND.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
For Bu or Express Line telephone 1141, and you will receive
TTtn.im.aigB SPENCER. PrcP
CEIVERS & AliDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS
Ul Ulnda ot Carpenter Work Done.
mmm Tst iim iiruL bockulaso
Gas and Steam Fitting
Largest and best equipped establishment
west of Chicago.
1112, 114 West Seventeenth street
Telephone 1118. Rock
and 1603 Fourth Ave.
A PREVENTATIVE FOR
Small Pox, Cholera, Typhoid ana
Scarlet Fevers. Diphtheria, E;c
See. and Trcas.
Sr'Yj--. - -J"A
of the Brady street
SOI Brady strrrt, Pav.T.ywt
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