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J. E. Montrose, Maasrer.
Saturday, October 20.
Krnnk L. Bixby's New
SHAFT NO. 2"
Interpreted by Frank Losee
ami a Grand Cast.
;nwt t nlifht with the great, st soccers
In r;th. mas', perfectly staged oC all
tnotfrni productions; splay fall of he n and
h,.m.' embellished wlui magnificent scenery
it il urtl'ng effect.
Ptii-. . 15. M and TV.
M Special Notice
For the next con pie of weeks
tve arc going to offer some
Big Bargains in Pianos
Anybody intending to buy a
piano either now or in the
nenr future will do well by
railing and getting onr low
prii-es and terms, and will
save money by purchasing
WoodyaU'8 Music Store
1717 Second Ave. Rock Island.
406 Fifteenth Street, Moline.
SCREEN DOORS, WIN
DOWS, ALL WIDTHS
OF WIRE SCREEN.
s complete line of
mixeu house and floor
paints, white lead, lin
seed oil, etc.
nenllT all nervous
I 7 " Hfll an Weak Memnrr,
I ,1'..P,""n rWor. Heartache. Wakefulness.
mor. n, man, I ontntn. no opiates. I.a
'" "'" fcellrter. Milk, the pal
!,"' "' I"'rh",! Br mall prepaid
rl-' ri wr.ipr. which rontnln. p.tlmonlali and
J- i' r.f-rn.. N MMrffr ror ewaawttav
'i i.ic iimioM.llil.ua. III.
IN RfM-K ISLAND, ILL., BY DABTZ
avi Lin Dm.
All kinds of e irpeater
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
l'mmin ' - 'It
irksstl'aW aT JS.SZL
i'V. j-an W asWaW I r
Brings comfort and lmnmwinn. -J
tends to Personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
lew expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
toe needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Ite excellence is due to its presenting
In the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
ii. Pe1manent)y curing constipation.
wo ptcu rauHiacuon to minions ana
let with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 60c and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. 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.
as used in the preparation of
Silver Churn Butterine, im
parts a delightful flavor to the
product. Always sweet, fra
grant and wholesome,
is approved by the most fas'
tidious housekeepers. Mrs.
Rorer, the cooking expert, pre
fers it to creamery butter for
all uses. For sale by the best
On each wrapper you will see
A Silver Chum our guarantee.
Armour Packing Co.
KANSAS CITY, U.S.A.
For sale by H. Tremann & Sons,
corner 17th street and Third ave,
A sample package of
Cleopatia Invisible. . The
finest complexion powder
made. Free to all ladies
handsome new pharmacy,
cor. 4th ave. and 20th st.
Cut Flowers and Plants
Fine home-made Bread
Geo. T. Crowder
B. F. Evans.
Wlgrs PELLETS The Greatest Reaiedf
known toaclenee fordiaeasesof the HEBrVEB.
8 II.OOO sad BRAIN (the important 3 funo
uiii of the anatomy that abonld act hi unison.)
Ouarmterd to ptrmantntlp cur Nervous Pros
tration, Dentinal weaKitesa, raiunK memury.
Hmken Sleep or Keaueasnem. ueaaacne ucnsni
Latitude or Debilitv. LOST
Kivhtlv Kmlaalnna. VaricuGele. r Dermal
Pimples and all the evil effects of youtbful
errors, overwork and over-indulgence of any
nature, it ton p th rntrrt tfttem and creates
new vigor In Man M soap 101 eitoersex.j
NO CHARGE UNLESS CURED
Colt of Certain Curt, tl to $5. Advice sod elr
eulara free. If yon suffer write to na and we win
tell von tbe beet remedy for your case. TMU
WB& PCLLFT CO., 81 8. Clark St., CfUCACMX.
General Jobbing done on abort aotice
tadestlelaetkm fiarearteea .
- BOCK ISLAND
I ABBREMATEOTELE6RAMS. SUBURBAN 8IFTINGS. I THE THEATRE. T
Emperor William was the chief ftmrre aft
the dedication of 132 flags made by Berlin
women for the recently organised fourth
botalllon of each regiment of- In
fantry. The kaiser nailed the Hags
to their staffs, and In dolngso drove 8,M0
naus gold-headed ones.
Johann Straus has received a letter
stating that ex-Khedive Ismael haa sent
him two giraffes as a jubUoe gift.
Obituary: At Oakland. Cel.. Dr. O. B.
Adams, formerly of Elgin. Ills.: at Pax-
ton, Ills, Hurley Sturderant; at Pitts
burg, Captain Joseph Leland I-iyle, aged
88; at Forty-Fort, Pa., Rev. & Hazard
Snowden, aged H5.
A block of granite weighing three tons.
used in the construction of the St. John's
Roman Catholio church at New York, fell
from a height of 103 feet. One workman
George Dixon, an ex-Dolioeman at Se-
dnlla. Mo., demanded admittance to the
office of S. T. Liupe, against whom he en
tertained an old grudge. It being refused
Dixon begun to batter down the door.
Shooting then began, during which Dixon
fell dead with several bullets In his body.
Lupo was also injured.
In drawing water from a well in Homer.
Neb., Ed Morris found a $5 bill in the
bucket. Subsequent drawings brought
up $15. The well was then drained and
$1,128 recovered. This money is believed
to have been secreted in the well by a bank
cashier who formerly occupied the house.
In 18U1 the cashier reported htmaolf robbed
of about this amount. A warrant has
beon issued for his arrest.
At El Reno, Oklahoma, while some
twenty-live Indians were running a bron
cho race their animals collided, throwing
nearly the whole party into a heap, killing
two and iatully Injuring several others.
There Is a monastery at St. Honorat, on
an island near Cannes, Franco, which was
built in the fourth century. No woman
nas ever iMH'n allowed to enter its walls
during the 1,400 years of its existence.
A treasury export declares thitt there is
enough silver now held by the . govern
ment to mako a column one foot square
and six and three-quarters miles high.
A married couple in Sawada, Japan, ac
cording to a native paper the fatlier 133
years old and the mother 135 have a fami
ly of fourteen, including a son aged 105
and a daughter 108.
Alter seven years deafness Lillian Fith-
iou, of Youngstown, O.. has recovered
her hearing as suddenly as she lost it. She
ascribes the cure to fuith.
Eplacopal Bishops la Council.
New Yohk, Oct. 18. The house of bish
ops of the Episcopal church, met herewith
fifty nine bishops present for the election
of a missionary bishop for the diocese of
Olympio, Wash. The day was occupied
with preliminaries and the work of the
session will be completed today.
Way do oa Cong?
Do you know that Parks1 Couffh
Syrup will cure it? We guarantee
every bottle. There are many cough
syrups, but we believe Parks' is the
best and most reliable. Sold bv
Hartz & Ullcmever.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Mew Cork Financial.
New York, Oot. IT.
Money on call easy. Offered at I per cent.
Prime niorcantila paper, &S4t per cent.:
sterling exchuugo easy with actual business
m bankers' bills ibT'Hui.tBHVi for demand and
w-348 tor sixty days; posted rates 8T
488. Commercial bills
Silver certitlcatcs. &3)& bid; no sales; bar sil
ver. tOii. Mexican dollars, 5194.
United Stales bonds, a a regular, llUO;
do 5's coupons, 11HV; do 4's regular, 114;
do 48 coupons, II!"1; do 7a, regular. W
U4H: Paclftc 6'a of V3. 1U1.
Chicago Grain and Prodnea,
CmcAoo. Oct. 17.
Following were the quotations on the Board
of Trade today: W heat October,
51!4c ckned 'W; December, opened BHa,
closed SS4c; May, opened STJo, closed S7lc,
Corn October, opened 4tHc closed aVj;
December, opened 4796R, closed 4Tu; slay.
opened 4!Hc, closed 4,.tVac. Oats October,
opened closed lfx December, opened
6c closed "c; Hay, opened a&Mc closed
;tHc l'ork October, opened f 12.6U, closed
tl2.au; January. opened tU!-4!i, closed
tlZ.i&4. Laud October, opened $ JO, closed
Produce: Butter Extra creamery. Sic
per lb; extra dairy, SOn; packing stock, 12MQ
Lie. Eggs l!c per doz, loss off. Live poultry
Chickens. WtMio per lb; docks. SdSVic;
turkeys. &&9c; geese, $o.0u3'ju per doa. Po
tatoes Borbonks. 6Katfi4c per bu; Hebrons,
W3.lUc; Bxjae. WW:; early Ohio, Kftfllo.
Sweet potatoes, Illinois, $l.UOal.25 per bbl
Apples Common to choice, S1.0O&3.S0 per
bbL Cranuerries Cape Cod. choice, as.0ua
AM per bbl; per 1-bu box. Honey
Wuito clover, l ib sections, new stock, laot
15Mc; broken comb. 10Uc; dark comb, poor
packages, be; strained California, aline per lb.
Chicago lite Stock.
CuicAoo, Oct. 17.
Live Stock Prices at the Union Stuck yards
today ranged as follows: Hogs Estimated
receipts for the day. aMMO; sates ranged at
tUtStilAM pigs, $4.8025.10 light, tH.S64.rD
rough packing. $4.0aibU mixed, and $4.7oa
6.40 heavy packing and shipping lota.
Cattle Receipts for the day, 1XMN0; quota
tions ranged at Io.(iJ6ii.06 choice to extra
shipping steers, $4J5UiS5.40 good to choice do.
$3.HJit.40 fair to good, $3.404.11 common to
medium do, $Xiaa3.75 butchers' steers, S2-2U
tlXHo stockers, V3.W33.40 feeders. $U3S.S0
cows, tZ.Xij&S heifers, $1A33J0 bulls.
tSMSAV) Texas steers. $3.7540 western
rangers, and $2.0030.50 veal calves.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts for the dav.
te.wu; prices ranged at $L0Omi5 western
$1.61 Texana, $L7aaaj native and (2.0)
Cnicioo, O t. 18 Wheat, steady, cath, M 14c,
Dec. &-K. Corn, steady, cash, 494c, May 49Sc
0.tr. easier, cash. STV- Pork lower.
$11 59. lard lower, cash, I7.S0. Bibs, lower,
cash, tCX Bye. 46c Bsrl.-y, 53-. Flax,
$1.49' Timothy, $5. 30.
Mew fork Money Claatag.
Maw York. Oct. 18 aoney on call, easy, 1 per
cent prune; mercantile paper.
Hay Tiwttky, $la$l': anlaad. aiOQUl;
wuo. tw, awiuoi, eaiea. mv.
Tanrr aan vasacaaua.
On Ions HOcpei aa.
Batter Fair to castes, Uc;
Poultry spring chickens, large.
Cattle Batchers pay for em fed
fMtte; eews aad katfeta SWOsie :
Bpring laaab. S3 KO$S a
Wood $3 80 per cord.
Children Cry for
Coal Vallit, Oct. 17. Robert
Troupe, brother of Mrs. Murty Con
nor, returned to his home in Neb
raska last week.
Mrs. 'Charles Barton, of Cable, ia
here visiting relatives.
George McCandless. of Rural, was
in our village Saturday.
Miss Fannie Freeberg was home
Saturday to see her folks.
Some of the fanners have com
menced husking their corn.
The Misses Connors are visiting
with relatives in Plattsmonth. Neb.
The county farm has a fair crop of
potatoes, for the season about 1,100
The funeral of Solomon Fitzpat-
nca. was wen atieuaea. i ne vi. A.
R had charge.
There will be a church festival in
the Odd Fellows and Masonic hall on
the evening of the 27th.
William Moore has been called to
serve on the U. S. petit jury. He
left Monday for Peoria, where the
court is in session.
A public sale was held at J. S
Burns, two miles west of Orion, to
day. A large amount of stock and
implements were sold.
Mrs. Dr. R. K. Dewitt. of Ham.
shire, Kane county, is visiting in this
vicinity, vr. vewitt was a practi
tioner here for a number of years.
Robert Brown, who was the mana
ger of the prospecting undertaking
in section 1, is now with some help
ers in South Moline trying to find the
The board of registry sat yesterday
in the town hall. It registered
171 males and one female. This is
abont the largest that has been in the
town lor 10 years.
On the 24 th there will be an exec
utor's sale of the personal property
ol tbe late llham S. Bailey. The
appraisement amounted to $4,700;
it is thought it will amonnt to 5,000
when exposed to sale. G. W. Tom-
hnson is the auctioneer.
uames rsacxviiie met with an acci
dent at William Moore's, haviner his
miaaie nnger cangnt in the cogs of a
a 1 1 r ... .
smaii wneei 01 a srain measnrer.
It broke the bone near the first loint.
He came here and had it amputated
oy ut. nouston tie is recovering
lhc Black Diamond mine has the
water out, and the new shaft com.
mences operating today. It has been
about thirty days since the mine was
nooded. Ihe creek leading from the
mine is copperas colored for two
miles below to its source at Rock
river from the water discharged from
On Monday abont noon James
Glenn Stearns died at the residence of
his uncle, William N. Glenn. He had
not been well.but was apparently not
bcnuusiy in. uoe week. Deiore nebad
taken treatment from Dr. W. F.
Myers, of Coal Vallev, but in the
meantime naa been here, and walked
around the day previous, and in the
morning was not complaining, but
towara noon was overtaken by par
alysis, ana gradually sank away.
ua account oi tne sudden and pe
culiar way he .died. Dr. Myers de
sired an autopsy. Drs. Sloan and
Kearns, of Moline. were summoned
and an examination made. They re
ported an enlargement of the kidneys
and liver. The heart was badlv af
fected, and the doctors gave their
opinion that it was the giving away
of these vital organs that was the
cause of death. He was a rrrandson
of the late James Glenn, son of War
ren Stearns, was 23 years of age,
-" j w.w, vuvrgvbic, go-aneau per
son, riis iamer died some years ago.
nis mother jives in Leadville. Col
as do also two sisters. They have been
reiegrapnea lor. but have not vet ar
We authorize our advertised drug
gist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery
tor consumption, coughs and colds,
upon this condition. If yon are af.
flicted with a cough, cold or any lung
tnroat or cnest trouble, and will use
this remedy as directed, giving it
fair trial, and experience no benefit,
you may return the bottle and have
your money refunded. We could not
make this offer did we not know that
Dr. King's New Discovery could be
relied on. It never disappoints,
Trial bottles free at Harts ft Ulle-
meyer's drug store. Large size 50c
and f 1.
Since its first introduction Electric
Bitters has gained rapidly in popular
favor, until now it is clearly in the
lead among pure medicinal tonics
and alteratives containing nothing
which permits its use as a beverage
r intoxicant, it is recognised as the
best and purest medicine for all ail.
mums oi stomaen, liver or Kidneys,
It will cure sick headache, indiges
tion, constipation, and drive malaria
fiom the svstem. Satisfaction guar
anteed with each bottle or the money
will be refunded. Price only 60c per
bottle. Sold by Harts A UUemcyer.
BUCKLER'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures
piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Harts Ullemeyer.
Fair today, probably followed by
light local showers; very little change
in temperature. Today's tempera
ture, 74. F. J. Walt." Observer.
Hood's Sarsaprilla, acting through
the blood, reaches every part of the
system, and in this way positively
cores catarrh. .
Walks Whiteside rPriaiaU
riae Aadleweei-rntara Attraction.
The eifted vonnar Ameracan tranw
dian. Walker Whiteside, appeared in
Shakespeare's masterpiece, "Ham-
let," at Harper's theatre last evening,
the large and appreciative audience
which greeted the distinguished ae
tor evincing the manner in which
Rock Island theatre-goers will testify
to their approval of the stage's high
est art. As the melancholy Dane.
Mr. Whiteside appears in his highest
phere. He is ideal. His figure.
his expression, his genius, his entire
rendition of the lines showing care
ful study and intelligent conception
of the role. His eminent fitness for
the interpretation of the prince is
demonstrated in his physical endow
ment, nis culture, bis dignity, while
the fact that he is destined to stand
in the front rank of American actors
is evinced in his sympathetic, well
modulated voice and his admirable
enunciation. Mr. Whiteside has
strong support in Miss Leila Wol
strom, who appeared as Ophelia, and
di. Murc-eon as Laertes, the re
mainder of the cast being less nota
ble than on his previous visit. Mr.
Whiteside was twice called before
the curtain and Mr. Sturgeon was
also complimented in a like deserved
Coming Events at the Theatre.
Many of our readers have heard of
the wonderful electrocution chair
with which tho great state of New
York effects the death sentence on
her criminals by the aid of electrici
ty, yet few have any idea as to the
manner In which it is operated. In
Shaft No. 2," the electrical drama.
which is to be presented at Harper's
theatre Saturday evening, an exact
counterpart of the New York instru
ment of death is exhibited with all
its realistic scenes as they transpire in
sing sing prison when capital pun-
isnment is Deing miiicied. This or
ganization recently appeared at St.
Paul, and the Call of that city in
mentioning the appearance of the
company, says: "The electrocution
scene is suh a piece of intense real
ism mat people oi sensitive nerves
can hardly restrain themselves."
xne rronman no. l Jane" com
pany is to appear at Harper's thea
tre nest Tuesday evening.
Advertised LSt Ko. 4.
Lin or letters anralled for . ttu nMtAfllM
am isiann, m l. in, INV. :
Bakeby May, MrClelan 1 C,
Brahl (ieorge, MileaUT. W
Crawford H c, Springer K U.
Clark Albert, Tyler "aerie.
Conn E C. Thompson Mamie,
Johnson a B. Wil.uune ketelia,
Leary J, Wilmn Guasio.
Beach Barbara. Detrnv J A.
To iDsnre nromm de'.ivrrr. lettme aaanld ha
aauressea 10 street and number.
Jon W. Pottbb. Postmaster.
A raise Diagnosis,
L,a tirippe is confounded by many
persons with a severe attack of the
catarrh, which in some rcsisBcts re
sembles the former. These individ
nals suffer severely with pain about
the forehead, eyes and ears, with
soreness in throat and stop-pa ire of
the nasal passages, and in fact, are
incapacitated for work of any kind
for davs at a time. These are ca
tarrhal sufferers. Ely's Cream Balm
has been used with the best results
in such cases. The remedy will rive
six cents a can bv
new norstord's baking
Powder, because it requires
less quantity than any other.
Wholesale Dealer and Daporter of
Wines and Liquors.
ICK and IMS Third Ave-
Ton dato noons
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Booms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From a. an. to
IS m. on week days For Gen.
tlemen From a. an. to 7:30 a.
m., and from t p. na. to t p. am.
on week dys On Sundays the
rooms will be open frost f sv an.
to 11 a. bl for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Elect ro-thermal
hatha may be obtained at nay
time during business hours.
Gymnaaiua oonnectcd with bath
Buggies, Spring and
Pay you to
Call and get our
Low prices before buying.
(ImfixtuTers ol FAR11, SPRffiQ AND FREIGHT WAGCCS
T. F. BURKE,
Steam and Gas Fitters.
R:;) MaJ l!::t!:i
t:i Fl:z.l:i Co.
Hot Water Heating
119-111 E. 17th St.
Rock Island, HL TeL Ho. 1 J88
Sole Agents for the 1
J. X. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Becond Avenue.
IBOOBPOBATBD CBDBB THB STATB LAW
Roek Island Savings Bank,
Oaea daOy fasat t a. av as Sa. av.
five par swat Inm t paid on Depoalu. Itoney loaned
lawawn t as
Vsars. W C PaTKEM
F. O. sakBMaa, Jeha
U. W Herat. J.
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The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 SECOND AVE
Harper Hons Bkaak
Ware Baeeas ..
SiKteeaia street between
BotaO trade sap artallT aollched
et lTattetaa other SyrlMWarsa.eeieian ssssistae
"Pl" wnissiaaislpaac InA IWtratao Prte Uatfsaeea
suea. 'y -iBTriTTifats ssakaslas
JOHN JOERS. ERNEST WAGNER.
Vice President See. and Tress
i mmam ssewnty.
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