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THE ARGUS. TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1C04.
Tat ot nxiKuts, i
ta Um olrrott erairi of hM Rack Ialand county.
Tetae September tors a. D.MM.-U ebaa-
SarrFltasrMv-mva. IIM OTtonaelL WT1
hem O'Doaaell. Jase O'lVmneH. Maarte O'Don
II. Alice O'looan, Mary O'Donneil, ICIixa
O'DoanelL, Jtarjaret O'Dmnell, Andrew OTn
Mil, Mary O'DnaaalU K'laa O'Donneil, Marl
O'DoTmeU. Maarlc A. n'Dnnaell, Mora O'Doa
aell, John T. O'Donneil. Margaret O'Donneil,
Mlaala O'Donneil, Mary Arnm O'Oonoell,
McUreFnrv.BngeB at Bbcpard and J.R J ok all ton.
AlBiarlt of nou-reel.lenc of Marl O'Donneil,
Maurtc A. O'Donneil, Norm 0Donaell, John F.
O' Do Bell, Maraaret O'Dannall. Minnie O'Doa
IMll. Mar Afne O'Donneil, IMr.a O'Dotinell.
Manreret O'nnnnell, Andrew O'Dnune.l, Mary
O'Dunaell. Kllaa O'Dnnocll.aMl that tb rcald-nc
of Jame O'Donneil I unknown, inoleaded with
la boot defcndaata. Michael O'Doaaell, Wil
liam O'DoaiMll, A He O'DontMll. Mary
O'DneecU, McU eirory, Kascn M.
ftaepard and J. K. Jnbnaton, hav
tn ea fl ed la th clerk' offlc of tbe cir
cuit eoart of aald roaaty.aotlre t therefore bare
hyfln to th raid nan realdrnt defondantatbat
tk complainant tied ber hill of complaint In n g
nan. en th rbaoeery side thereof, on the tSth
wy of July. law. aad that thereupon a nrnnnw
leaned et of raid eoart, wherein aald anil ia aow
Beading, returnable oa tbe first Monday in the
avmth of September oei. a la by law required.
Mow naieaa yon. the aaid non reeideni defend
aat aboT named Man O'Donneil. Man rice A.
tvonnaelU Nnea O'Donneil. John F. O DonnelU
Mar.aret O'Donneil. Minnl O'Donneil. Mary
Arne ODnnnell, BHia O'Donneil, Margaret
n iionne'l. Andre O'lWmnell, Mary O'Donneil,
Rliaa O'Dnaae'l and Jame O'Donneil, aball per
aonallf be and appear before aald circnltconrt on
the nrt day of the next tern thereof, to be holden
at Korfe Inland la and for tb raid coonty. on the
tret Monday In Seit.mber aext. and plead, an
ewar or demar to tb raid oomplaiaani'a hill of
nmplalnt, the earn and the matter and Ihinra
therein charred and a etrd will he uken a on
freaed. and adecrr entered against job aocotd
Inetoth prayrrnf raid rill.
baled al Hoc, ltlaoii. Illlnnlii. thin SMh day of
Jaly, A. D. IsM. GEORi.B W.WAMHLK,
Clerk r aij O nrL
Vaaai.1 a Wild, Conplaiuant'e rollcitor.
TATt OF ILLINOIS. IM
kiTl Ulasn C'onTT, t
To the trpombat term, A. D ISM, (Ircalt
mart In rhanrrry.
Anna t'aaatt, complainant, T. William Cazatt,
To thtahoee named defendant. WilMara raratt:
Notice I hereby lven to the raid William Ca
att, that the above-named rnmplatntnt baa thi
da? flied her Mil nf cmnplant ia raid court on
the cBBeery alii thereof acatnat yea for divorce,
and that a rummone !n rtaooary thcrrnpoa iaeoed
ent of aaid enart acamet )ou. tb above named
defendant, rrtornabl on the t.rn day of the next
harm of the circuit conn of aaid county to he he
fnn and bnklen at the mart houe. In tbe city
of Itork Iri and. In raid Rock Uiand rnonre, on
tb Aral Monday In ttcp'eralw.A. D. li4. ae
le by law required, and eUicb eult I- Mill pendmf
In aaid conrt, at which tine and place you will
ppaaf and piead, anean-r or drmnr to aaid hill.
USORUK W. t.AXHI.E.
llerk of raid IVnaft.
Jeaana A llrawr. Conplinani s..iieitora.
Roik lfland. Illinois, Ja, 7 XI. A. O. 1HH
Aaaiaatratra .tlrr :
Ctat of taniel Fjwler. deeeaaed.
Tb aaderslned narina- neca appotnwd admin
tmrator nf the ertat of Danirl Ft wler, lata of
th cnanty of Rnrk laland. et uf Ilanoie, d
Ceaeed, hereby (tee notice that be will awar
afore the eoumy eoart of Rock lriaed conn
ty. at the oltre of th clerk of aa'd conn, la
tb city of Ruck laland, at th October term, oa
lb tut Monday in October Ben, at waick
time ail perron tiering claim afi:tit aaid ae
tata are aottfled ard reinertea ta attend for tb
purpose of baring th r am adjurted. All per
ron Indebted to aaid eetate are req netted to
Bak latatadiate pancent to the andrreiffnoo.
BTT.hN Dhl RY. Adminiptrator.
Dated tale tin day of July. A. D. it.
STATE SAVINGS BAITS.
Uta, Comer Plftaantk itraat aad Tclrd A
aeeaadJ the Molts Bartarj oank. Ortaclaeil IN
I latin DTIUS7 91 flMTJ.
OTKan'aad aadar Stat Law.
Ones froa t a. m. to t m.. and Wedneeday aad
datorway alxhta froaTto ttpm
roMTn BSama, FrealdeT.t
n. A. Anawoara. . . Tlea-FrMldant
l.w. Baaaawat. ... caahjar
ForUr Skinner, w. W, Well,
O. A. Jloe, H . A. AlTurworU,
H. Bdwarda. W. H. Adama.
Aadrew rnbmw, C. F. Hansen way,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
aMda for prrrat parti e u tb nrdea
pot of th west by th
Orchard State Bank
f OBCUAJU). NKBRA8EA.
C W. Daar, PrwldesL.
t. 8. Dam Caehiar.
ar iiean a t.mA
J. F. RootBaoa, Caahier Kock Irlaad aUonal
Maary lvl r Bona, Wcnleeale Oroem.
HATES ft CIXAYZLAEB
Unf am 40 Million DoIUra
of fjea Mteu
fir LUia, Tornado.
Bonds of Snrrrvifclp.
omCaV-Baagatoa'a block Mack lalaad. Ills.
mwnMi tby win bsaerwt yoa.
J. M. BUFORD,
Lzzzz Prcnptl? Paid.
ae jaw a any ralkiba aaanpaay caa aaTar
Tear ralroaac it aoUclUd.
.LiuS'A i inn km
esc mass rA
remdition of Mns. A. Isaacsox, rasiJinp at
Xo. fi09 27th St., Rock Island, 111., who
reports that e'ic was itnmeUiatcly relieved
and permanently cured by
Empress Josephine Face Bleach,
"I am waU ploeaeU," (he nrritoa, "with youi
Faroniea-h. My face wits covered with plmp
lflr ; my akin had a rinop brown coat on, and by
th" uoo ot one bottle it boenme clear, so that tbo
perspiration eonioe thronirh tl:e poros. which
were all etoppod np. I am nor nsine the arwond
rtotflo, and tho pimplps, which wonld raiaa np
in lump? oecr my entire face, hara diaapearea.
a J my f kin is soft and fair."
What "Empress JosErniss" baa done
for others, it can and will do for von. An
investment of 7,"c will convince you ot
tta wonderful curative properties.
For sale bv T. II. Thomas. Drug
gist, cor. 17th and 2d av.. Rock Island
Painlessly, Positively, Perfectly. Per
Without Snrgical Operation ordeten
tion from Business.
J!o pay for treatment until eared. Diaeaaes of
Rectr.m: Chronic Constipation, mricture, Fiaaorcf
Proline or Itching pile permanently cored.
Flrtnla cared without the ore ot knife.
Pile re more d wittiont pain at tbe
Medical and Surgical institute
audcrson sc rose.
C0NSULTATION IS FREE
Permanently Located In the Ryan Block,
becobd and Brady Suecta, Oareanort, Iowa.
ALL AFFLICTED ARE WELCOME.
Drr, Anderron and So are eraduata of tb
leadina- medical college of thia conntry, and
with SO yean' czperienc ia the treatment of
colonic u ire arc a.
CATAKKU. TDKOAT AKD LTJKG9.
They rnccerrfully treat Catarrh, Throat and
Lane, diaeaaca of the digestive organ, dyepep-
utw utiuwici, cvueupauon, cxirouic ojar
K1DKIT AND CKIKABT
Troahles apeedlly removed.
Th tnnet amrravated caeea are epaedily and
imwaiHiDu cuxvQ uj our new meuj'Ml or treat
LADTKS AJTLICTKI Special attertlon flven
to all diaoaaee (Mscnliar to women. Brety facility
aad advantage for tbe treatment and apeedy ra-
rauTau m line cisipp oi tueeaeee.
Electricity Its Scientific Applica
tion. Facial blemishes, aa molet, nperflooc hair
wine marka, tumora, wena, etc., removed by eiec
BLOOD A?TD SKIM DISEASES.
All trouble atiiing from tmpore blood, acrof
Bla, eczema, tetter, tumor, oicera. etc.
Caa be oonraltod confidently by latter or other
wise, pend 4 cent for qaertton blank. Addreai
DR8. ANDCRoON KOaX, Eyan block, Daren-
Wbolaaal Dealer and Importer of
Wines and Liquors.
1(16 and 1618 Third Arc
It will Clean Silks and Woolen Goods,
Ribbons. Curtains and Carpets. It baa
no eqnal for Cleaning House, Killing
Motbs and Removing Grease Spots.
rot Keid It. Sires Money ud Lisor.
PRICE 15 CENTS A CARE OR TWO CAKES
FOR 25 CENTS.
Address H amo H. Des Koines. Iowa.
' am, Vc V
NO MORE BUSINESS.
So the Republicans in the Sen
EXCEPT AS TO A SINGLE MEASURE.
Th Bill to Correct the Alcohol Schedule
May Paaa Two Senator Wke Waat to
Malt Speeches Met Their Chanee of
eaeeeaa Chairmaa Wilaoa Ala Thlnka
th Kad of Itaaioeea Baa Beea Reached
t'.pKal City Itema.
Washijihtox, Aug. 21. Tha Republi
cans say there will be no more buajness of
importance transacted in the senate this
session, except, perhaps, the passing of
tha bill correcting the alcohol schedule.
The Republican leaders say thia session is
over to all Intents and purposes, and they
include in thia the making of speeches, as
well as the passing of bill. Yesterday,
from the time the senate met nntil it went
into executive session, Lindsay of Ken
tucky was ready to make a speech. The
Kentucky senator desires to defend the
action of the senate nuance committee and
the Democratic members who supported
them. It is also understood that Allison
was ready to make a speech of some
length on the present status of tariff legis
lation. A Question of Get tine; the Floor.
It is possible Unit both of these speeches
will be made by the courtesy of the senate,
although the Republicans said that no
speeches would bo made. Some of the
Democrats assert,- however, that if any
attempt is mnde to prevent the speeches
on the Democratic side n quorum of the
senate will be recalled nndrr duress hy the
st-rgcant-at-arm. Ou the Republican side
it is claimed thnt the tariff debate us well
as the tariff legislation is closed. This
n.ay lead to Nome ugly feeling if insisted
npon. If Senator Liudviy should get the
floor he could not be interrupted by points
no quorum, as he could not be taken
off the floor without his consent.
Where the I'olnt Can Be Made.
Bat whenever the attempt is made to
call up the resolution upon which he is
to speuk the point can be made, and the
proetit iiuliCMtioiiH are that when the sen
ate meets again there will not be a quorum
present, as a number of senators intend
leitviiig before tomorrow. Harris hns
given notice that immediately after the
reailiug of the journal tomorrow he will
move uu executive version. This is in the
interest of Judge Porier, of Tennessee,
whom he desires to have confirmed. If
there is objection to an executive session
suflieient to cauae tbe point of no quorum
to be niaue it will result in carrying over
tbe nomination until after adjournment.
V. ilaon Agree ith the Republican.
Chairman Wilsou, of tbe way and
means committee, has reached Washing
ton from Long Branch. His. ear!y return
was connected with rumors thnt President
Cleveland would come to Washington
at once, aud that some action on the tar II
bill was to be expected. Wilson denies
these statements, but says that he looks
for the president's return on Thursday.
Finding o many senators away from the
city he does not think that tuere will be
any action npon the separate tariff bills
this session. llson says that his return
was mainly because be thought the Tars
ney free lend ore bill would come uj, but
as so many members have coue home he
does not look for any further legislation.
Loaa of 10,000,000 in Revenue Involved.
The commissioner of internal revenue
says it will be exceedingly difficult to se
cure effective treasury regulations under
the free alcohol provision as it stands in
the tariff bill, aud estimates that it will
result in a loss of t lu.liOO.irJu in revenue it
not repealed. It is possible that the bill
correcttng the error may pass the senate
tomorrow, although it would have to Le
by unanimous consent. It is probable
that no objections would lie made by the
THE ERICSSON LOST HER SCKEW.
Miaaiasippi liiver Suage Oot in borne I
Washington, Aug. 21. It is not proba
ble that the navy department will risk any
navy vessels iu the Mississippi river after
its experience with the Ericsson, now on
the way to New York. When the little
craft was docked at New Orleans it was
found that not only was one of the pro
peller struts broken, but that the propel
lers themselves had been knocked and
chipped away from striking unseen snags
till hardly a blade remained. It was fortu
nate that tbe contractors had taken the
precaution to fit the boat with cast, iron
screws, a foot smaller than the bronze
screws that will be used at sea, or the dam
age would have been severe.
Senate Adjourn to Wednesday.
Washington", Aug. 21. The senate was
eighteen short of a voting quorum, ouly
twenty-five senators having voted on a
non-political motion. The four supple
mental tariff bills were all reported from
the nuance committee and sent to the cal
ender. Several bills were passed, amoug
them the bill for the speedy prosecution
of tbe claim of the United States against
the estate of the late Leland Stauford.
The senate adjourned until Wednesday,
after an executive session.
Come on After Ktrike Expenses.
Washington, Aug. 51. United States
Marshal Arnold, of Illinois, who was a
conspicuous figure during the recent
strike, has come to Washington to settle
his strike accouuts with tho department
of justice. The accounts, which aggre
gate iXO.COO, will be liquidated as soon
as the formalities have been complied
Keiralations tor hoddr Oooda.
Washington, Aug. 21. Richards of
Ohio has introduced a bill in the house to
restrain aud regulate the importation,
manufacture and sale of shoddy. - It pro
rides that no fabric or garmentcoutaining
shoddy shall be sold unless it is labelled
plainly, showiug the proportion of shoddy
Thank to the President from Chicago.
Washington. Aug. 2L A handsomely
engrossed set of resolutions adopted by
the Chicago Union League club, thanking
the president for using the Unite! States
troops at Chicago during the strike has
been received at the White House.
The Peacemaker Caught tha Bullet.
IJiXINGTON, Ky., Aug. 21. Professor J.
P. Nelson, a teacher in tbe Kentucky
State college here, was shot in the leg
while trying to prevent a difficulty be
tween a negro aud a white man named
Glass. Both Nelson and Glass are strong
Breckinridge men aud Glass, iu attempt
lug to shoot the negro, in awue way nit
Th Supreme Chancellor Re porta Against
Indianapolis, Aug. 3L P. U Colgrov.
who recently p maided at the Michigan Re
publican convention, and who is chairman
of tha Kuights of Pythias committee oa
law, was hero to coufcr with General Car
nahan, who stands at the head of the uni
formed rank Knights of Pythias, on ques
tions ot supreme import to the order
which will come np in the coming eonlave
at Washington. Mr. Colgrove received
tbe report of Supreme Chancellor W. W.
Blackwell on too question of recognizing
the Pythian sisterhood.
The supreme chancellor reports against
the recognition ot the Pythian sisters.
This decision will be snstained by the
committee on law and will be so an
nounced at Washington. The other ira
porant question, that ot refusing to allow
the printing and further use by German
lodges of the ritual printed in German
something which threatens an irrevocable
split in the entire body of the Knights of
Pythias is left for Anal action by the
The street car strike at San Antonio,
Texas, has ended. The company agreed
to take back the men at their terms ot
H.50 per day and to employ men instead
of boys as conductors.
Henry Hodge, one of the best connected
young men of Kufaula, Ala., was shot and
killed while robbing a store. Before dy
ing he said that he was driven to the deed
The Wichita National bank will reopen
its doors on Sept. 1.
An extremely rich strike has been made
in the Nettie Morgan mine on the Lead
viile gold belt. The assay is KU.-J6 ouuees.
John Harryman, of Martinsville, Ind.,
aged TS.was killed by a bull which butted
him to the ground and then trampled
him to death. A year ngo Mrs. Harry
man nearly lost her life by the s.ime ani
mal. Ha was then dehorned and thought
to be safe.
William A. Snyder, a well-known mer
chant of Gozad, Neb, is mysteriously
It is regarded a definitely settled that
ex-Representative R. B. F. Peirce, who was
indicted with the Hauifheys and the Col
fins for looting tbe Indianapolis National
bank, will not be tried at the approaching
term of court, and that the cases against
both Mr. IVirce and Cashier Rcxford will
be stricken off.
The National Farmers' congress will
mcst in Parkursburg, W. Va.. Oct 3 to ft.
ltepreseutative !uaw, of Eau Claire,
Wis., is improving slowly.
Rubies of the true pigeon-blood color
are se rare that it is estimated they are
worth ten times their weight in diamonds.
Signora Teresini Labriola, a daughter
of Professor Homonyme, of Rome, has re
ceived the degree of doctor of laws from
the University of Home.
A dentist at Lancaster. Kv.. claims to
have pulled 141 teeth iu a single day.
Senator Teller thinks that Senator Hiil
is the coming Democratic candidate for
A Pennsylvania judge has decided that
Roman Catholic sister may tench in th)
public schools, wear their religious gnrb
while teaching and be addressed by the
pupils by their religious names, but they
may not teach the Roman Catholic
And the Uoveruur Yet to Hear From.
Siorx City, Aug. 2L "I will not per
mit tuis prize fight to occur withing the
corperate limits of Sionx City,"said Mayor
Fletcher, in epeakitig of the effort being
made to eet the Corbett-Jackson match
here. "Wuat is more, I doubt if it will
be allowed to b fought ou Iowa soil. So
far as my jurisdiction is concerned I shall
unalterably oppose the movement to have
the battle fought here."
Deny the Corn Meal Trnat Story.
St. Louis, Aug. 21. A strong denial is
made by the ;managers of both the corn
meal mills in St. Louis of the story sent
out from Kansas City of the formation of
a corn meal trust. Gsorge M. Fianaunu,
of the Flanagan & Co. mill, said: "The
formation of a trust by the corn meal mil
lers is a practical impossibility."
Making m Novel Caneaaa.
Clinton, Ia.. Aug. 21. Charles A.
Lloyd, the Populist candidate for congress
in the Second district, is making a novel
ativass. He goes from one town to an
other in a lumlier wagon, from which be
makes speeches on the streets or in any
place he can get an audience. He expects
to speak in every towu and hamlet in the
district, aud by this method is enabled to
cover two or three towns a day.
Battle of Fallen Timber.
TOLEDO, Aug. SI. About 5,000 people
assembled on the battlefield of Fallen
Timbers on the Maumee river, twelve
miles above this city, to celebrate the ceu
tenary of Payne's victory. Here, ou Aug.
20, 1711, he defeated the Wyandot, Ottawa
aud Delaware Indiaus, breaking the
power of their confederacy and securing
peace to the then northwestern frontier.
8a it I'nder Civil Rights Art.
Bloomixgtos, Ills., Aug. 21. Howard
Williams and Abraham Cecil, young col
ored men of this city, have each com
menced suit for 3J against H. IL Greeu
of thia city for refusing to aell them soda
water. They allege that Green refused
them the drink on account of their color.
Going Into the Tinplate Unsinra.
I'lTTbliCUU, Aug. 2L Dreifus, Block &
Co. of this city have secured a ten-acre
tract at New Kensington and will estab
lish a tinplate plant to cost about fMO.UUO.
The - concern will be known as the
Uuquesue Tinplate works aud will em
ploy SOU operatives.
Four Children at Ulrth.
MoXETT, Mo., Aug irt. Mrs. R. F.
Mooriuon of this city gave birth to four
childreu, three girls and a boy, the com
bined weight of which is sixteen pounds.
The mother, who is a small woman, ia do
Royal Arch naaona.
Tor-EKA, Kas., Aug. 21. At noon todav
tbe general grand chapter of the Royal
Arch Masons, Hubert K. Nichols, grand
priest, presiding, was couvoked in tbe
Masonic 1 em pie.
Danville Miner Keturn to Work.
Spkisgkield. Aug. 21. State President
Crawford, of tbe Miners' uuion, received
word from Danville. Ills., that all striking
miners there have returned to work.
Thirty-two Penan Killed.
Rio de Janeiro. Aug. 21. By the ex
plosion of a gunpowder wagon in Largo
de Sapidad thirty-two persons were killed,
many more were wounded and several
houses were demolUhed.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
few York Financial.
New Yoaa. Aug. ta
Money on call eaey. Ottered at 1 ner ront
Prime mercantile pafer 'XLh ner rut
teriine; exehanira lail with actual buoiun
tn IwnkrnT Mint '!. -i tor di-mand and
S'Vii.OM for sixty darn; Ht rate W,
?;. (VuilUt'tvlul Olilk 4l4 i.M.
1-llver rvrtinuatv l3V.fj4V: no sales: bar ail.
rer At. Mexican dollars il .
Inited blah-a hontla. i'a nwnlar. un
do 6'a coupoua, llrfe do 4a r-yular. ll:;
doCa coupons. Il4t: do iTa. tJ bid: Parillo
6 of TO. ltd bil.
Chiennw Grain and Prod are.
Cntcauo. Atur. l
Following were the aaotatious on the Uaard
of Trade todav: Wheat Aiiutnt. njieaed iVc
closed M'ie; (September, opened tlHc, rhwl
fti'ic; Ileveiulwr. niened etiHc closed &M4c.
Corn Aniist n;,,-ii.xl c. clie. .Vfi-; tviitour
ht-r. opened fcce, closed Jlnv auviied
5I clf-d S.'Sc. (let Aumbt, opened iHe",
clH-d hcptemlMT. oHne,l te, rlakd
Wi'.wc; May. opened 3l!iic, closed c. Pork
Ailirnst, oiiened . rioted : f.'Itfin!wr
opened f 1:lii. rkwed S:LM Lard tteptem-
hcr, ojiened fT-ITi. closed t
1'rodurv: Butter-Extra creamery. Sic per
lb; extra dairy. IW; packing atork. UHuiSu.
Ej.-p r'resh stuck. l.Ujc per doa Live
poultry I liii keua, 7tc per lb; prinir chicken,
lit : dueka. T'-aJ-e; turkeys. 'Se: iroew. Sl.iU
fe.tt.tiu jwr dos. Potature Hose. Jl.Ti-il.sS ier
ubl; early Ohio. Cl.jtt.l.l. Amile. ai.WaTi.7.1
er bbL litrries-b.ackberrieit, Wilson, il.ju
&.!... ir 10-it ca.se: I nirberrics, fl.,l.7j per
W-qt case. Honey White clover, 1-lh aectiotis;
12u U'S.- iiroki'U comb, hrllc; dark comb,
Euod condition. lOc: straine I Calif.a-ni b.t k.
Chicago Live Stock.
C HU ago. Aug. St.
Live Stock Prices at the I'nion Stock yards
to-luy ranged an foilown: Hos Li-tiuiated
reeeipta lor the day 2M.il ); saUw minnl it
.i.;.V'. .ln piss. .vk,b,V.35 lit:bt. .;.... lo
rnncb packiuit. f-ul'i j.'.tlrt m led. and t-'U.i
i.!U heavy packing and shipping lots.
Cattlo-IceipU f.ir the day. SlUah n nota
tions rauk-ed at $t.i(:rj.tti choice to extra
shipping steers. $1.15 u4.Tu s.od to choice do.
eM.".ii..niiiri.i irooa. r-i.j.1,.1.,11 common to
nieiliuindo. Si.-vjfain bntrhem' etc-r. ai.To
fcSl Miockers, fijO:(-l.iaj fKters, Sl.i'-l.W
cows. .:!., t:L,M h.if.r. Sl.'aiii bull
$2 to .A2j Texas stocrs. and tijHJ.4.S veal
s-heep and Lamlx Receii.ta for the He
llllr llH.M, m,.m..l n II 'F. .1 hi "
- - - " ... ci.ii wraicru,
ci..r ...pi lexaiio. j:
."Ml.ijj uativea, aud iLil
The Loeatl Marheta.
. obaih, rrc.
, 'la 1-nnouiy. 11t upland, tioa'll!; wild.
?2Sii;iouith r.a$r: haiad. 19
Bnner Valr to'cholca, -c; creamery, I4c
Kee Prrh, llo.
Pu liln vnHnif .l,l.k.,i. I. rji -
rarrr and vxarr&BLB.
Potatocr hoc .
Ooinr. ic per hi
Bl.iet,erne-s-i.lo a cas.
Grape tic rer lh.
Cattle Rntcheea tiae an e fui
j - - - " r-' i i
4t7 li r mm ana nehta ?u ..
spring iamb, fi nOOSS a bead.
r fit. .
Coal -Soft, lie
When Baby was sick, we pave her Castor!,
When she was a Child, she cried for Caatoria.
Wh-n ahe became Mi, she chmg to Caatnrla.
V ben she had Children, she gave them Caaturka.
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laaioira REnlEDT tat "
na"nrrtiuei k. aa.u.n,
k .. . . : fjr
jKriDea oy eziaeat piysiciaai
r "nTgenume w.TrarfetM'k" Anchor."
I Look alio on Backs for Dr. BJchtar'a ten
ir- Ad. KichterekOo. New York
29 KIGnEST ArAKOS.
tU Branch Htmata, 01 fllswsiks
S.c rd Stic, for ra'e hy ilorat Von
lanecarts. c ilei. Ilariwr houae
. i natmacj . iiocK lalaLd, ill.
WISE'S PFLIETS Tha Greatest Remedy
known toacien. e for elieaps of the NERVES
SLOOO and BRAIN (the Imporuii.t :i f u :7c
tioii of liie anatomy that ahiaild act In U!ilm I
fncrante-fi to p'rmnnntty ctrr N.rvoes Pnav
trntion. Keniinnl Ueaknem. KalilnK Memory.
Kroken Sievp or Kestlet,etii.. Ileiolaelie. icneral
LsMtiide or UeWlity. COST MANHOOD,
Nia-titly I.intsloii. ari.nxle. tierniatiirrbea!
Piinplex and all tlie evil enVcta of youtlitul
errors overwork and over IihIhIkciicc of any
nature. tow n M rnlirt tytrm and create
new vigor in rnttia and body (of cither sea )
NO CHARGE UNLESS CURED.
fnt nf til A 4 n a m
culan free. If you witlor wriw to mi and we will
UMi you the hwt rumtMy fr your ra THM
WISE PELLET CO.. Si S. Ctark St.. CHICAOO
Jo tin Voile 5c Co,
Sak, Doors and lilinds.
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
FMioic Flooring. Wainrcoatinr
18U atn4, bwt 4U aad S'h ava
"rAKS 0 WOalEI MO CNIUMOe,"
airll aWar. ttmt smM or Ma.
Beadrr, anfferlnf troa any rnanplain mllr U the female acv. rA-1 11. .
worth ererrthir.e; to yow. Lrttrr for adrim, amrki-d ""Cwatiitlne k .,,,, ,, , .. '
era by oar phyaMan only. fOA-fHOKi Ctl, H.U.C0L1 AX. Kt, K.laa,
-Tlie Moline Wagon Co,-
Haculactcrers ol FARSPRINO AKD FREIGHT WJGCS
a fall and coaplct line of Platform and other Bprlr.r, Varoc. erneeisr v settle.-ttia
aVlra trade, of rsnorlar workrassrhl; arasn'ao Umrrravr p-ioc Lin rrt,i
aopikatlovi. hactta NuUM V. Atr"ja btf ore mrc-.a
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
JOnX X. FABIlrO.
PiUTIDOrJ c2 GOIVT
Painters and Decorators
FAPZ2 HArazZeS, CUr.;XXSZS. etc.
SSCF, 419 Smrteesth St., EOCX IZLIZ'Z. ILL
nCOKPOKATED CSTDIS TflB STATE LtW
Roek Island Savings Bank,
Sock Islastd, III.
OpendaCy fraat t a. av to S a. av. are Saturday reertrr froa Itat
Fl pi cent Intarest paid oa Deposit. Money loaied oa Ferii.a' eoU
lateral or Real Estate security,
r. L. aQTCHXLXs Praat. f C DKKXA3, Vic rWt. J Bl'PXiKU. L9
P. I aTltehn, r. C Dark win, John Cmbanrh. Pil at'tcrell. IL t. at,; 1. t'u
At. W Hnret, I. V. I'ofurd. ton VoAv
Jantrow A He awe. aiaitor.
EofM hoa'DMS Jnly a, fajn, ca oecopy tt nmtica corner of MttchrC A Lvte ccv . : if. -m
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IfcaL M.lc4SS OO. (mai(.Ui,
For sale bj T. II. Thomas, Druggist. Kle agent. i:rfc U'.ucl. I.'..
ft M M . ,t.-T,wrtin-..-ri,B "Hii M.ni fv tt . ' -
frl wj -rie li.artM', i abrran. , t.i w . ,. . ..... i- i.
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taA 1 tbB '''" '-'ereaanl'. wliwleevir. f " - ' '"
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For sale In Bock Island Lt Harts dt
Carpenter and Builder
OFFICE, KO: OT21 SIXTH AVFSUF
Shop on Vln Street HOCK 1M, M.
CUNTliACTOKS and ttUILOKKS
All kln4r of carntrr
Office anil Shop 721 Tw. lflh stro
Contractor and Builder.
Shop, Holly XTom XXoiuo.
RAfrtiismos. 410 Seventh mtieet
City "Boo and Express Lino
For Bus or F.pres Line telephone 1111, and yoa will rtr-ive
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aevelopeaent sd taas pncau Li. t -wcakaeaa.
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aad rn vrcu irlpaa.
rurr. rt,tfhm, St. r,,,,..
trsa. tai breakmr 1.a(1 ,.,
pn ventine inaaaliti, .r..,i,ini. ,
Vhanq nf Jjrf ,,d T,:.. M
happy old ace.
ttill bye lra.l a vol fulrfr'"
Berecu.D.1 -'ilj, 1 . t i" -ual I '
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tfilmever druriht 201 l.'th et
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