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.. ivi'tnit, ..!.. uoimea. Agent.
h'K Ir-iAND PEORIA BAILWAT
Ivri Finl Ave no. and TwsaUeth street.
A. fc.aw!l. Agent.
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.u-n-inmi.iiiiH'ii Tzmam 8:4a pm
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M Special Notice
h rthe noxt couple o( weeks
we arc poing to offer some
E.u Bargains in Pianos
Am j Organs
AT.vb(nly intondinj to bur a
I' cither now or in the
::ir future will do well by
ik'Mng ani! petting our low
pri' i". and terms, and will
sivc nidncy by purchasirg
Woodj all'S Music Store
1717 Second Ave. Rock Island.
4"6 Fifteenth Street. Moline.
Hoiuaale Dealar and Importer of
'Vines and Liquors.
is. 5 and 1618 Third At
Cut Flowers and Plants
home-made Bread and
2- F. Evans.
, '.l,;"""y tbat atMiuld art In nniaon.)
.m.sV''?'w Fallin Memory.
- . llr.-08T MANHOOD,
.11 Ii ,c,oeW- "PennatorrfiaB!
"r l iZ J. "d w.ndulenoe of any
" trng m eiuer aez.
CHARCF 1 1 hi tftfi r.iipcn
BBf w VVHkHi
bt Pi m !Vi ""nedy for yoar cans. TMH
I to., Bi S. Clark St.. CHKAQO.
TAI! I ttATB. ABBrTB
Fipn-M ttno am :tpai
tyrraa 4:00 pm U:4Saa
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to Personal enjoyment when
a7 mRny' who H" bet-
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
Ks expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best pr&ucto to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to With of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced In the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
l excellence is due to its presenting
In the form most acceptable and pies
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation,
it has given satisfaction to millions and
let with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
eevs, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Fip is for sale by all drug
gists in 60c and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Uo. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
J. E- Montrose, Manager.
OSE NIGHT OSLT!
Thursday, Oct. 11,
The World's Greatest Comedy
"OLD SQUIRE IUSKINS"
IN FOUR ACT3.
Great! Scenery! Music! Great!
Ai Moral at It is Mighty.
20 PEOPLE 20 !
Bigest, Brightest, Best!
See the gnat street parade and Brass band.
Seats, 25, Bland 75 cents.
Harpef s Theatre,
J E. Montrose), Manager.
Saturday Night, Oct. 13.
ONE Ni'GHT ONLY.
America's Fanniest and Greatest German
Comed.an, in the new Hip Boar
lug Comedy in three acts.
k Clean Sweep.
Enp; orteJ by one of the strongest companies
ever organized for a onstcal farce com
edy. Everything bran new and np to date.
Kew and Catchy Songs.
Funny Situations. Pleasing Dances.
Pric w S5, 50. and 75c Box f 1.00.
J SYNDICATE ft
IN STOCKS. BOXDS, ETC. U
SAFEPT for modern Inverters.
LAR GEST R tii'ns on the investment.
NO Khowikdok of speculation necessary.
From 810 to S1.000 can be Invested with
more iban nsnal degree of safety, as a'l transac
tion are maf e by competent rxuer s of lone ex
perience and anqctioned eblll'y. Dividends
Ejable monthly. All money to yonr credit can
withdrawn flrrt da of anv month Dividend
can be reinvested so as to et the benefit of com
pound interest. $101 at B per cent per month,
com pound inte-rst for 4 tears, ammounts to over
$1,IM) 81U0 at II) percent per month compound
Interest fir 4 years, amour la to over BU.MM. $10
at H) per cent lermomb. cam pound Interest iut
years, .mounts to over f 7.C0U.
OCR RECOKD OF DIVIDENDS FOR 1894:
Jan , IstH. inrercent Mav, 1WM, IS per cent
Feb , 1NH4 H percent .lune, 1MH, 8 per cent
MarM IMI4.1II percent Jo . 1HM, 40 per cent
Apr-, ISM, 10 per cent Aug-., 18M, 1W percent
Jnl and Auimat illvldenda the result of the
ranid advanrw in enra Goaservative. sate, re-
sponslhle. Ksao)ibed Augtist, ltM. Bank ref
erenee. Oar pre idet t has lieen for 15 years the
president if one of oor national banks. Money
can be s-i t bv express or Host offl D money or
dr, or New York draft, payable to the Trade's'
Syndicate, or E. H. Kod, Teaser'. Full partic
ulars mauea irae on jipimiuu m.
tThe Traders' Syndicafe,
11 KcpresenUtiea wanted. jL
Je at WeU
IBS ABa. BMBBHB !
iwerf uliy and quickly. Cure, when au otoers
x Jung men wiu rvK" .
.i . . VAiithful ViffOff
jung men will regain incur ,
I men will recover tbeir youtWul v.gor
g VITALIS. It quickly and surely re-
stores Kervoutmostslxwt Vitality, mvomvj.
MlRbtly Emissions, IXMt rpwer, "T.
or. Waatina Diseases, and all effects of self
abuse or excess and indiscretion. "
or excess boo nraiwro- " "liifai
tw and miMMimntion. lOSHlt OB BBVinf;
ikefc By matt, ai.swpyr packar..or
WttB B piSiin. wrnww W . ..
iad She Bwar. Circular free. AcWrei
UaWBESSf COaVAJIf. CMlaBJB, IM,
Tor sale at Bock Island by Barpar Hobbb Fbar
aad wiulam i;iennanin. vnixwi
Mewa of 4Jneral Nat are froaa the City by
Milam. Oct. 10 Mi RnKart Lit
tle has returned from a visit to Fon
au lac. Wis.
Cv Terrv. of Muscat; na fa viaif.
inir friends in Milan.
- John Miller, of Aledo, is buying
uursea mm weex at Milan.
John Zahn and familv are on a
visit to their relatives in Milan and
P. F. Zahn, our hare ware mer
chant, received his first shipment of
cutters and sleighs Saturday.
The scholars of Miss Carnaghau's
room had a grand nutting party Sat
urday, and all report a splendid time.
Thompson, the carpenter, is now
occupying his new shop. The old
shop is now built into a comfortable
Several men were at work Tuesday
surveying for the pipes of the water
works system, which will soon be
another one ot Milan's improvements.
Fred Boulton, the hustling harness
maker, made a single set of harness
for J. W. Caldwell, of Rural, and a
double set for William Johnson this
Surveys for the new railroad for
hauling coal from a coal mine oast nf
Coal Valley to Milan a e in progress,
uu wurn win oe completed as soon
Potatoes don't seem to be a very
scarce article to some farmers. Wil
liam McLaughlin, of Rural, has six
acres of potatoes, which will yield
200 bushels to the acre.
Our depot has undergone a trans,
formation scene, being now resplend
ent in a new coat of paint, and our
station agent can justly feel proud of
the depot he has charge of.
The Rockford Construction com
pany at Sears shut down Saturday
evening and will remain closed until
Jan. 1. A few weeks' burning will
be all that will be done this year.
Dr. H. J. Huyett returned Sunday
from a 10-day s' visit in Mount Mor
ris, N. Y. Our popular postmis
tress. Miss Jessie Perrine has re
turned to Milan from a visit to her
sister, Mrs. H. J. Huyett.
What la Known.
That some of Milan's citizens are
against all new enterprises.
That the town will have as fine a
system of waterworks as there is in
That the finest fishing grounds in
the county are situated at the gov
That the looks of the town are
greatly improved by the fine side
walks recently laid.
That the people of Milan are bet
ter off this fall than a great many
people of the larger towns.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH,
Mew Vurk Financial. ' -
Kew York. Oct. 10,
Money on rail easy. OiTarel at 1 per cent
Prime xnerx-antUa paper, S&4H tier cent.;
sterling exchange strong with actual business
in bankers' bills t87tiT4 for demand and
tmit,4H0f-t fur aixtv days: pottod rmtea attli
irlTv. Commercial bills 45V U.t'vil.
Silv:r certificates, 6:r& bid: no sales; bar sil
ver. KY-. Mexican dollars, 51.
United Sta ea bonds, 5's regular, 11014;
do ,Vs coiipous, llHiq; do 4's regular, 114;
do 4's coupons, llii; do S's, regular, H6
bid; Pacific 's of Ha. IM.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago, Oct 10,
Following were the quotations on the Board
of Trade today: Wheat October, otned
5110, closed fN4c; Dec. mber, opened SiPtio,
closed May. opened SCAgc, closed SW$c
Corn Octobar, open d 50ic clossd 51Wo;
Decembor. opened 48). closed 4gc; May,
opened ac, closed Slfcc Oats October,
opened S&m; close: tc; December, opened
Slc closed 2V-V; May, opened 3396c, closed
5"4c fork October, opened . closed
12.(W; January, opened 81i70, closed Sir. 70.
Lard October, opened 87.8(1, closed ST.57t4
Produce: Butter Extra creamery, S5c
per lb; extra dairy. Sic; packing stock. 12tj&
Lie. Eggs i;c per dox, loes oH. Live poultry
Chickens. 77ic per lb; ducks. 7!uVte;
turkeys. tXc: geeae. JU.OKiiMW per dox. Po
tatoes Burbanks, &MJHc per bu; Hebrona,
Stk&ttte; Rose. SfVSitic; early Ohio, 5SSrJllc
Sweet potatoes, lliinoU, Sl.30ftl.75 per bbL
Apples Common to choice, tlMtdiM) per
bbL Cranberriws Cape Cod, choice, (8.03
8.50 per bbl; t2.3naJ per 1-bo box. Honey
White clover, l-!b sections, new stock, l
15tsc; broken comb. lOfelic; dark comb, poor
packages, 8c; strained California, 5(ft8c per lb.
C'hieaa Live Stock.
Chicago, Oct. la
Live Stock Prices at the Union stock yards
today ranged aa follows: Hogs Estimated
receipts for the day, 18.0JII; sales ranged at
t2.44.5 pigs, S4.7r.a-O.40 light, S4.7U&4.IW
rough packing. S4.eUiti.45 mixed, and S4.D&&
5. 61) heavy packing and shipping lota.
Cattle Receipts for the day, 13.0D; quota
tion ranged at S5.7ikii,8.i choice to extra
shipping steers, $4.7ut5.& good to choice do,
a(i4.au fair to good, $3.VV,j4.1i common to
medium do, S3.1utuL75 butchers' steers, 220
QM atoi:kerH, t3.x0jS.l (eaders. tL25as.0
cows, 9tMtrQjej heifers, S1.5U93.5U bulla,
S2.a33.1U Texas steers. $2.T5(g4.40 was torn
rangers, and tXau&3.5U vealcalvea.
8beep and Lambs Receipts for the day.
In (111- nrinamniMl . a I bi,Q 41 .
Smfi.na Texana, SL7&i3.t0 natirea, aad SLtOsJ
Cbicso, O t. 11 Wheat lower, cash BOKc,
Dec. MX. Corn lower, cash, 4VHc, May 4Se.
Oats lower, cash, 88e. Tork higber.eash, XJHb
I ard higher, cash, $7.55. Bibs steady, eaan,
Saw York. Oct. 11. Money on call easy; 1 per
cent prime; mercantile peper, 8ftV4i4.
The Looai Marketa,
Hay TtaiotBy, tl3$11: aolaad $103 -U i
wild, $8 JS9; slo a S54t$7; Oalad. tS.
raurr am twiuuh.
Onions Sue per ba
Butter Pair to cnatoa. XOc; creaaiw S4-.
Bggs Wyssh. Mo.
Poultrv Spring chickens, large, SSSBOS8.7S
CatUa Bateners pay for c r fed steers
44ttei cows aad Bsit.is. SHtVK-; calves
Spring lamb. IS lOOSS a head.
rwiaot . iv. .
Wood S3 90 per cord.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castorla. '
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 11. 1894.
111 " .... i . i , ,
Joslin, Oct. 10 Mrs. Tim Buckley
haa sold her farm to George 'Oliver,
of Port Byron, for a consideration of
Luther Schafer, David Adams and
Lvman N. Dailey insured their farm
property in the Coe and Zuma Mu
On Saturday last the village of
Joslin was putting on city airs, judg
ing by the number of vehicles upon
its streets. ,
The officers ot the Joslin fair
grounds came together on Saturdav
last for the purpose of auditing and
Prof. W. J. Gilpin is now teaching
school in Kendall county. His wife
and child left Joslin bv train on Sat.
urday last with the object of joining
E. Donnahey's youngest child,
which has had "such a serious sell
of sickness, and was considered to be
much better, has had a relapse and
and is quite sick again.
George Wainwright's son Frank,
who met with-an accident not long
ago in the felling of a tree, has again
been unfortunate in being thrown
from a horse and having his collar
bone broken. He has decided when
he gets better to have his life in
sured. The constitution of the United
States guarantees equal rights to all
its citizens, according to their means
and ability. Therefore, if protection
is the thing, it should be protection
all the way round, to the farmers as
well as the manufacturers. Every
farmer should see that there can pos
sibly be no protection for him, for
Liverpool and London fix the price
on his cattle, hogs and cereals. He
has to buy in a protected market and
pay high prices, and sell for the hon
est price in a free trade market.
When will the farmers open their
eyes to their own interests?
Mcltl m in Parvo.
Port Byron, Oct. 10 John
Moody, one of Coc's substantial
farmers, has purchased the house and
lot of Sylvester Dailey on Walnut
street and is building a barn on the
The parsonage is assuming the ap
pearance of a residence very fast
Mechanics and painters, in fact
laborers of all kinds, are in good de
mand in tpwn this fall.
Quite a large number from this
end ot the county will attend the
democratic meeting at Rock Island
W. H. Lyford is receiving immense
quantities of apples this week which
he is packing in barrels and shipping
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. flail went to
Moline on Sunday last to visit Mr.
Hall's mother, who is quite ill at her
home in that city.
Our citv fathers are havinr a new
tile walk put in from Walnut street
soutn on the east side of Main street
to the south line of Dr. Bruner's
Mrs. Fanny Fleming and children
went to Moline on Tuesday where she
will visit friends until next week
when 6he with Mr. and Mrs. George
Allen, will depart for Texas to spend
Simonson & Schafer have broken
ground for new store building just
south ot their bank. They will re
move the old barber shop and shoe
shop and erect a commodious store
building and barber shop in their
Prof. Favour, the well-known lec
turer on electricity, is in town this
week. He lectured to a large audi
ence last night and all admitted that
the professor has a faculty of making
his audience completely at home with
Bariington nnd Return. BU.OO I. O. O. P.
On Wednesday, Oct. 17, the C, R.
I. & P. railwav will run a snecial ex.
cursion train from tb
Burlington, Iowa, for the Odd Fel-
jvwb iuu mcir inenus, wno aesire to
attend the semi-centennial celebra
tion and grand lodge, grand encamp
ment and state assembly, I. O. O- F.
of Iowa. This train will leave Mo
line at 7 a. m.. Rock Island, Twen
tieth street depot at 7 a. m., Moline
avenue aepot ai Y:ld a. m., Uaven
Dort at 7:30 a. m.. and run th
to Burlington without change on fast
tiuie, arriving mere in ample time
for the Prand nnraria Rntnrnincr
this train will leave Burlintrton after
. i i . . i . . .
me uBiiquei mil evening ana make
faa4 fimA 4twnMl. S.I a -a
.wow -.amv (uivugu WllHUUb HlUPo
Tickets only 1.60 for round trip.
nuu un Bxia at, me tn-city ticket
offices of the Rock Island route.
Afraid of Fnenaaoaia.
Mrs. Catherine Black, of Le Roy,
N. Y., took a severe cold. The phy
sician feared nnenmnni She t.nV
one bottle of Parks' Cough Syrup and
says: -it aciea like magic. Stopped
my cough and I am perfectly well
now. 1 recommend it to everyone
for throat and lung trouble, as I be
lieve U saved ny life." Sold by
Hartz & Ullemeyer.
Hon. aoraaB, Attention!
There will be a grand free stereop
tican entertainment at the G. J.
Dempsey Forum Friday evening.
All members and their families are
requested to be present. The privi
lege of invitino- a larfv anil
is extended to each member.
J. H. Kerr, President.
W. A. Gile8, Secretary.
Hard coal, all sizes, per ton $7 50
Discount tor cash, per ton 25
Cannel coal per ton 6 00
Indiana block per ton 4 00
Kentucky lump per ton 4 25
Cartage added rn leaa than ton or-
uoxs. u. bazar.
Unit lag. of Lnnta
Bad atlas 141-
A very pretty home wedding oc
curred at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. August Samuelson on Thirty-second
street and Fifteenth avenue last
evening, the contracting parties be
ing their son Louis, and Mrs. Lillie
Carlson, of I his city. ltev. Prof.
Li nd berg performed the ceremony.
The bridal couple were attended by
Miss Hilda Iletiin and William baui
uelson, and Miss Selma Samuelson
and Elmer Wilson. The bride was
attired in white cashmere and roses
and the groom in the conventional
black. The bridesmaids were attired
in pink and cream.
The bride is one of Rock Island's
most beautiful and respected daugh
ters, and the irroom is tbe well known
inspector of the Moline Plow com
After the ceremony a sumptuous
wedding feast was partaken of by
the relatives and intimate friends.
The happy couple received a large
number of costly and beautiful pres
ents as a token of the well wishes.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Samuelson will
be at home to their friends after Oct.
20 on Ninth street and Seventh ave
nue, Moline, where the groom has
prepared a cozy home for his bride.
E. D. Sweeney has issued invita
tions announcing the marriage of his
daughter. Miss Amy, to F. S. Ken.
field, which will take place at the
residence, 816 Twentieth street,
Wednesday, Oct, 21.
The marriage of Miss Mary Ruth,
of Milwaukee, who has for some time
been connected with the Boston
store of Davenport, and Valentine
Nold, a popular young moulder re
siding ou Seventh street in this city,
will be celebrated at St. Mary's
Catholic church at 7 o'clock Wednes
day morning, Oct. 17.
We. the undersio-ned merchant, nf
Rock Island, agree to punch from
our tickets in Perfect Purchasing
books, the amount of each rash vine.
chase at our stores, and when a
ticket is luiiv cancelled, will issue to
the holder an order which nrsntzi
at the oflice of the Merchants' Pre
mium fcupply company Mclntyre
Reck Drv Goods C.n'. atnra taaA
floor) will entitle the holder to any
picuiiuiu iuey may select: Books
Ten nv son's noems Whir NnnU
Cook book. City of Palaces (World's
fair views). National atlas, Webster's
dictionary. Home Beyond or Views
of Heaven, Dore's Gallery of Bible
illustrations, Stoddard's Glimpses of
the World, Golden Treasury, Con
quering the Wilderness or Pioneer
1 : Ck.l . mi , v
""c oimncspvare.rngTiniS rTOgreBB,
Imperial Highway, Shams or Uncle
Ben'rt kxfwrienn witr. Upm..!!..
Our Great Benefactors, Bibles and
many other books heretofore sold by
Buuscripuon at nign prices. Pict
ures Pastels, enirravinn-a pnmViin.-
tion artos etchings and oil paint
ings, caseis. mirrors, nook racks,
oak tables, plu6h stands, wall pock
ets, bamboo, music racks. LroaH
cases, spice cabinets, foot rests, solid
comfort chairs, ironing boards and
clothes racks. Silverware Knives,
forks, pickle holders, fruit dishes,
syrup cups, sugar dishes, cream
pitchers, spoon r holders, carvers, etc.
Our object in giving away these
premiums is this: We want to in
crease our business; we want your
trade, and will not only give you the
best goods at the lowest living prices,
but will, in addition to this, give you
these beautiful and uaefnl nreminma
free, which are equal to nearly 10
per cent uigcouni. i ney will make
handsome Christmas presents. We
would be pleased to have you call at
the above office and see the articles.
Yours for business.
Mclntry.-Reck Dry W A Ehleb.
Jo-Ws Co., U BVtiroeder,
G O Haekrtaedt, Moel'er Bros..
Meonra Schneider, rpencer Brs.,
Bancber Bros., L C Pfoh.
J W Stewart, Augnst E Vlfweo,
J Ramer Son, Charles Oswald,
wtilHm Ktnig, harles 1 Long,
Bnrd-r 4To., Krell A Math.
i W Qninlaa, Alb rt P Ola a,
Boston boos Store, Llovd & r-tcwart,
c W Horton, O D Laundry,
Thomaa Smart, Julius Lismer,
P J Wagner, Bnetb Miller,
A P Hartx.
Trv a "You Can Smoke" after din.
ner today. You will want more.
pAINT cracks It
often costs more to prepare a
house for repainting that has been
piinted in the first place with cheap
ready-mixed paints, than it would
to have painted it twice with strict
ly pure white lead, ground in pure
forms a permanent base for repaint
ing and never has to be burned or
scraped off on account of scaling
or cracking. It fa always smooth
and clean. To be sure of getting
strictly pure white lead, purchase
any of the following brands:
"SouttarrV' "Bed Seal,"
Fob Colo.-National Lead Coa Para
White Lead Tinting Colon, a oae-awwud lean
ts-pound keg of Lead and answer own
mints. Saves time aad annoyance in natraanr
SmmI . - n .! .1 . I - .
paints aad color-card, tree; it wtU Drooabivsava
vo. a good Bur dollars. - ansyaave
StaU aad FdUaauh bunsts, Cnkago,
It U aantnaiatiennnly tko newt
Vkm wwrM aaa wrwa? kmwwm.
noaltn. It will aav
wMel fa nVaolntely
Cast aw la sJlay.
Caiatawfa, roliewwe Teeklaur Trwnnlee.
Cawtewia ennree CewnrttpnviwM auni Watwlaaiey.
CasrteeHa Btoatrallaee tlv enaWeta at tmrmrnmim mmU gmm mr
itaa W mm,
. fcanJtny bubA amtwjal aloow,
CaeterU fa lart wj t bbw bIbb Wttloe amly. Itfaaswt
t allow aary to aell yam
that It ia " twat s atwoA bubA
. that ywa gat OA-g-T-O-B-I-A.
Children Cry for
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
lias the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SEC8:3 IVECDE.
Preprietoror of tbe Brady street
block from Central Park, largest ia Iowa,
JOBsT M. PARI DOB.
PiiziiDozT k con
Painters and Decorators
FAFSS lUSaiRS, Cai201CNXSS, ate.
S20P. 119 Smat4nth St EOCZ IS1A2S1. ILL.
Contractor and Builder.
Eltop, Holly Hom IIOBaVS.
Rerao0. 410 8Tnth street.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitterc.
Houm Heating and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Rock Island Nat. Bank
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE. HO: 7821 SIXTH AVENUE.
8hop on YbM Street ROCK ISLAM.
a nesda a reliant.,
tbe parent drugs
. Way are Branis, aaa asd
f V S,
For sale by T. H. Thomas, Druggist, sole agent, Rock Island. HI.
City "Bus and Express Line.
For Bus or Express Lias telephone 1141, and 70a will receive
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