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All the fuel yon born. Your
!raw riRht : doesn't throw oat the heat ; wastes
the fuel. It's one of those stoves made to sell
. . 1
e tint I" imrn. v nen you want a
nctur.1 service: one that will cive
yCST SIM ftMTM THE WORLOj
jj. .,-Miimiiimmillil 111
: 1 it m
iVith Kxtra Long Storm Proof Cape
Hi ntlcmen Mackintosh Box Coats.
Inliiv.' Mackintoshes with plain
l.ii.lirs' Mackintoshes with silk lined
I.nlies' Mackintoshes with triple
I.a.lic' double-texture Mackintoshes
i!ti jilain capes.
I.i.li.- double-texture Mackintoshes
with triple j-ilk-lincd capes.
Mi!" nn'l Hoys' Mackintoshes.
Mi'ii'n anl Boys' Rubber Clothing of
lli:nliiiarters (or Rnbber Goods.
Rubber Store, p550ne
WILSON H&IGHT & CO.
207 ISraily street, Davenport.
Kannlactorras ol FARM,SPEfflQ AND FREIGHT WAG0&
fcJ'P' ' flstfoiud other Spring Warrms. especially aaaptea tots-
'ue;o n parlor workmanship and anlsh Illaatratxt Price Liet Ire at
e.llcyo. Itt Um MOLDft WiMn before Dnrehaauuc
Steam and Gas Fitters.
jock Island Heating
and Plumbing Co,
Hot Water Heating
jl'M'-M E.17th St.
Island. 111. Tel. No. 1288
Solo Agent for the Fnnnsa.
S CREAM BALM
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1CARAH KR toCar HrrronsDrbiiiU, I.oworiSritul Powrr in (ilbrlMX,
lnrolunlifT Kbimmic from
m4 AlmJ Ll&4.
cmwaiutition or ittMrilf.ai.rjf per box by mail.C botrii for S3. With avrTa
rorr w piro vrittoa jromtmnio to ciuoer HtiwdttMiaioiMj. AfWriai
aAL MSlllCUB (K. Clavalaad.O!.
tor sale by T. U. Thomas, Druggist,
v .v mil m
stove or tanm
yon the benefit of
neat generated, that
save your fuel and save
money, it will v ,ZTTS:T
vestigate Jewel Stoves and Ranges.
The original Detroit stoves, made
In the largest stove plant in the
world. Have stood every test for
Zsf 30 years. Ask the rtMw w u-
Loo for the Trade Mark.
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
IICE IW FAIL GOODS
CAM BB SKM) AT
E. F. DORx
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 SUCOXD AVE
Harpor Houis Cl 00U
Sec. -and Trerc
dii tbe KiunllT
M nnnimHiiiiii, ri i-1
nun ainnll. and ;nrrf
ia a Mt. Sold wllh WBITTM
nr. It DfTltl. 11K6 uoum inn w
sole agent. Bock Island, HI.
1 'tV Ja
DEATH OP FEOUDE.
The Noted English Historian
Joins the Majority.
HHLEGTUEES OH IEISH TE0TJBLE3.
A life Derated to Utermtnre Ended a
Ooad Old Age Comaieata tm the Chatw
actor of Um Young Mmm Who Kay Sooa
Be Caar of Raaaia Show m Oood Deal of
Variation Newa Kotoa from Earope.
LosBos, Oct. 22 -Tamos Anthony
Froudo, LK D., the celebrated rellgloiis
writer and historian is dead. He was the
youngest son of the late venerable R. H.
Frondo, archdeacon of Toines, was born
at Darlington, Devonshire, April 83, 1818,
was educated at Westminster and at Oriel
collego, Oxford, where he was graduated
JA1TRS AKTHOWT mm
in 1840. In 1843 he became a fellow of Ex
eter collceo. He was ordained a rlnannn
in the Church of England In 1844. His
tncoiogtcal writings were condemned by
the university authorities and he accepted
an appointment which he had received ta
a tenchershlp in Tasmania.
His Hfetory of England.
It wns In IftTill thnt Tw .ii.lli. 1..1 .I, ft
-I'uuiiniHu t in" mm
two volumes of his "History of England
inm mo ran oi woispy to the Ueleat of
the Spanish Armada." The twelfth and
final volume nnnnnrmrl In 1 w7a Tn
autumn of 1873 Mr. Froudo visited the
united states and delivered a series ol
lectures on the relations between Great
Britain and Ireland, tnklnor the wiMnn
that the Irish themsolven were to blame
ior a Jorge proportion of tho diffl oultlcs In
which their country has been Involved,
because of thole own Internal lonlonain.
During the last year of his life he devoted
mum oi ins time ana attention to the
writing of books, acting as the editor of
several miipruzinos. His health had been
gradually failing until he was able to
move about his house and garden no
Is Well Educated, a Fair Soldier and Easily
LOXDOS, Oct. 22. The Berlin Dally
News notes that the Princess Irene of
Hesse was hurriedly married to Emperor
William's brother, Prince Henry of Prus
sia, on account of Emperor Frederick's
Illness. Now Princess Allx of Hesse Is like
ly to do the ;samc thing. Host conflicting
-accounts of the czarowlch's character are
published in Berlin. Some of tho accounts
say that he is peace loving and liberal, while
others state that he was educated by Gen
Danlelowltch, an ultra-orthodox church
man and pan-slnvlst, who still exercises
influence over his former pupil.
The Cologno Gazette says that General
Danlelowich educated the czarowich well
without lmhnlng him with prejudices.
At the czar's express wish natural science
was more cultivated than classical sub
jects. Principal stress was laid upon
Russian history, geography and modern
languages. The czarowich Is a master of
the German, English, French and Danish
languages. He is not a passionate soldier
but Is a good officer. At present he sees
everything with his fother's eyes. He Is,
however, easily open to Influence.
Japan to tbe Front.
London, Oct. 22. The Standard prints
a dispatch from Toklo saying that 40,000
Japanese troops, under command of Field
Marshal Count Oyama, who was tempor
arily relieved from the duties of his posi
tion as minister of war to take command
of the Japanese forces In Corca, have left
Hiroshima. The destination of this force
is not known. A fleet of twenty-five
transports was necessary for tho convey
ance of these troops.
No Bed Hat for SatotlL
Romk, Oct. 22 It is semi -officially
stated that Mgr. Satolli, tho papal able
gate to tht United States, will not be ele
vated to the cardinalate at present. It is
believed in Vatican circles that he will re
main in America until the triumph of the
pope's policy in regard to the church in
the United States Is complete The pops
has repeatedly made this declaration to
Americans to whom he has granted an
Naval Officers Diemlaaed.
Hamburg, Oct. 22.-A sensation has been
created here by the sudden and unex
plained dismissal of twenty-five naval offi
cers who have rendered long service. Tbe
government maintains mysterious silence
in regard to their discharge.
Excursion Train Wrecked.
Unioktown, Pa., Oct. 23. The Pitts
burg, Virginia and Charleston train,
bearing a large party of excursionists
fiom here to the Republican meeting at
Charieroi, was wrecked at Tippecanoe.
The front truck of tho third car dropped
and threw three cars from the track.
John Thomas Green, colored, of Union
town, had a leg broken by jumping down
an embankmont. Evans Lvnn of Union
town had a bone broken; Benjamin Ket
tering of Frecnsburg had an ankle broken.
Nono of the passengers were Ifatally in
jured, which is miraculous. The track
was torn up and ears thrown to one side.
Bound Watchqian and Bobbed Safe.
CLEVELAND, Oct. 22. At North Dover,
ten miles from the city limits, four
masked men battered down the office door
of the C. M. Oviatt Manufacturing com
pany, after the night .watchman had re
fused them admission. On gaining an
entranco the burglars bound and gagged
tbe watchman. They then drilled the safe
and blew it open with dynamite. The ex
act amount of money obtained ia not
vet known, but is not largo.
.REMARKABLE DAMAGE SUIT,
fudge T. A, Bregjr Sued for His Ruling ra
Philadelphia, Oct. 22. A claim for
1100.000 damazes was filed in the United
States court by Theodore W. Siddall
against Judge F. A. Bregy of the common
pleas court. This remarkable suit is the
result of the stumbles and falls which
Siddall has had over the judicial rulings
of Judge Bregy in the divorce suit which
Siddall brought against his wife. As In
the present case he appeared in the divorce
suit as his own counsel. The libel in di
vorce which he filed against his wife was
so peculiarly grotesque that it was pub
lished in full in all of the dally newspapers.
This Is one of the causes of complaint
which Siddall makes.
This interesting document was lost and
Prothonotary Mann asked leave of the
court to substitute a copy, and as usual
In all such applications the court granted
that leave, much to the disgust of Siddall,
who made every objection. Judge Bregy,
acting for the court, ordered Siddall to
pay his wife's attorney in the divorce
proceedings the usual council fee that is
provided by law and awarded that lady
alimony. This again excited Stddall's ire
and is one of the principal causes of his
complaint against the judge in the pres
ent suit. As every action of Judge
Bregy has been strictly In conformity with
the law, and as Slddall's peculiar methods
and manner arc known to all the judges
of the courts, it Is possible that his suit
in tho United Stat circuit court will
have a sudden ending by a speedy dis
missal for want of proper legal grounds
low Try This
It will cost Ton nnthmcr n4 nrill
surely ao you good, if you have a
cough, cold, or any trouble with
throat, chest or lungs. Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption,
coughs or colds is guaranteed to give
relief, or money will be paid back,
sufferers from la grippe found it just
1. . I. : 1 1 . . -
me tiling mm unuer 11s use had a
speedy and perfect recoverv. Tnr a
Sample bottle at our ex pence and
1 , 9 it A 1
ii juurseu just now good a
thinrr it is. Trial bottle fre t llori.
and minever's druff store. Lanre
"t'.i. auu 1.
S. H. Clifford, New Castle, Wis.,
was troubled with neuralgia and
Rheumatism, his stomach was dis
ordered, his liver was affected to an
alarming degree, appetite fell away,
and he was terrihlv rAdnnail ?ti flock
-- . u ut;fu
and strength. Three bottles of elec
tric bitters cured him.
Edward Shepnard. Harrisbnrr T!l
had a running sore on his leg of
ciiii years- standing, used three
bottles of electric bitters and seven
boxes of Buckley's Arnica salve, and
his leg is sound and well. John
Speal-er.Catawba. Ohio. bad fi
fever sores on his leg, doctors said he
was mcuraoie. une bottle Electric
Bitters and one box Buckley's Arnica
salve enred him entirely. Sold by
Hartz & Ullemeycr's drug store.
bucklen'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 bv Hartz & Ullemever.
Buttcrine is a much abused product.
As a matter of fact it is pure, sweet,
wholesome, and infinitely preferable to
ordinary country butter. A special
correspondent of this paper recently
visited the factory owned and operated
by the Armour Packing- Co., of Kansas
City, manufacturers of the widely ad
vertised Silver Churn llutterine. A
five story building- is perfectly fitted
for the scientific preparation of this
food product. Everythinp is spotlessly
clean; all appliances are the latest and
most improved, and every precaution i
taken to secure the production of an
absolutely pure and wholesome food.
All processes are under the direction oi
a foreign chemist who has made the
skillful combination of pure sweet fate'
the study of his life. lie pavs as much
attention to details as does the most
fastidious housekeeper to her cooking-.
The result is that Silver Churn. Buttcr
ine is ever fresh, fragrant and delicious
a dainty delicacy for the table.
Scientific experts endorse the new
Prof. Charles Chandler, of New York
City, says: "The product is palatable
and wholesome and I regard it as a
most valuable article of food."
Prof. J. 8. W. Arnold, Medical De
partment, University of New York,
says: "A blessing for the poor, and in
every way a perfectly pure, wholesome
and palatable article of food."
For sale by H. Tremann & Sons,
corner 17th street and Third ave.
"Boyal Bubjr" Bye Whisky
I a "Rye as la Rye, Batarally ripened and
rae from all foreleo flamr and uiniti.mi.
anteed pan aad over eleven yean of age, racom
monueu 10 toe coDnolsaenr an a awrltorloul artt
cVa worthy of the confldenoe of invalids, conva
leaoants and the aced. See that our uat to
blown la bottle . 11.00 per quart bottle.
"ROIAL rubt" port wihb
pare, old and mellow, therefore best adapted lot
Invalids, cmalcent and the and. It restore
lost yitalitv. creates strength and appetite, bat Ida
up the weak and debilitated. Unana. tl. Funs,
cents. Fat ap on honor and guaranteed sr
ROYAL WINE, CO Chlcaao.
Por sale at Harper none Puarmacv. and bt
WlUiaai CleadentnTMollnaT ruaTmCT moa
Ftwdleta BUoeeaa for tbe Poaiulhwa.
Brooklyn, Oct 2. Eugene V. Debs,
of the A. R. U., spoke at the Athenamra.
After talking politics for some time Debs
took up the matter of the strike with
which he was ao closely Identified a short
time ago. He. referred to the numerous
indictments which hung ovw him and de
clared that the judiciary would pnt a man
in prison for refusing r vmb -
poration, but that the snmobody took no
action when the corporation discharged an
employe. He predicted auoooja fur the
Rudy's Pile Suppository is guaran
teed to cure Piles and
or monev refunded. Fift eon t a mr
box. Send stamp for circular and
euuifiiv uijurun nuay, Lancas
ter. Pa. For sale hv T H Tkom..
and Hartz & Bahnscn. drnp-p-ists.
Rock Island. 111.
R 22, 1894. q.
DIABOLISM OF SHIP OWNERS.
Tassel Deliberately Seat to Aea Te Be beat
wttk Her Crew.
San Francisco, Oct. 22. The bark
Adabrulsa, from Callao for Humboldt,nas
pat Into this port in a disabled condition.
She was launched in 1856 and since that
date, the crew say, not a cent has been
spent for repairs. Mate Richard Robert
says the bark owners, Buchell and Leero,
deliberately planned to wreck the ship,
which was heavily insure!, and to drown
the crew. He says the sailors were all
hipped nnder fictitious names, so they
could never be traced. The ship was pro
vided with dummy provisions, and water
for only thirty days.
The hark nailed from Callao on July 29,
and If rain had not supplied water the
crew must have perished with thirst. A
big box labeled provisions, when opened
contained nothing but scraps of Iron,
shaving and oil cans. Every man in the
ercwlsofa different nationality. When
they arrived In port they wore fearfully
emaciated with hanger. The mate says
the only sound thing alxrat the bark Is the
ship s boat, in which the owners planned
that the captain and mate would escape.
'Let aa Cnaia Over the River
Aad rest la the shade or th tr cs. " That spoke
the dying hero, gtomwall Jackson, a Kan of
whose conception of wv waa o heroic, ao chlv-
a'r'c that friend and foes prVs bin alike Sow
atary dispirited women feel that they woo d in
deed I ke -tn cross over the river, acd Kit."
Every day brings its aieaaare of annoyance and
pain. If only they could be made to tea lie the
inestimable comfort and ph; sical streng'h to be
found In Dr. Pierce "a Favorite rrvrcrlpl ion, they
would toon feel that "their ways were waya of
pleanantneer, their paths were paths of peace "
Bra. &, . Bongey, of Red Oak. StcpVnron
sonnf. II!., writes: One of my neigh bora waa
very s'ck during her t hinge of life.' After ad
vising hw 10 take Dr. Pierce's Ftvorite Prescrip
tion. I viited her a few weeks ago, and she told
ate she was so strong she could work all day long
without getting tired, and ly she ws greet'?
benefited. 1 kn -m many afflicted worn- a who have
been cared by jour medicins "
Suffer untold mtwrteH from a tfrne of delicacy
BRADPIEUD'S Br Aroasragto
Pomelo Ponnlitna Heartily Action
1UIIIUIU UOUUiabUI. all aer Organs,
ACTS AS A SPECIFIC.
It causes health ta Meoaa.aod foy to rehra
taroagneat the frame.
. . IT NEVER FAILS TO CURE.
. - ' " innrr vrfarment or lending pny-
alc-l.na three Tr.n.. without tM-nrrlt. ttr naine
JT1 annaij Fkmalr Reot-i.tToa
w u miiBini .nn "nil!,.
S.K. llatAK, Henderson, Ala.
BEADFTELD KTCrLATOB CO.. atlaata. Go.
old by druggists at tl.M per battle.
F1IB TO TIDS LADIES
A sample package of
Cleopatia Invisible. The
finest complexion powder
made. Free to all ladies
handsome new pharmacy,
cor. 4th ave. and 20th st.
J E. Montrose, Manager.
ONE NJOHT ONLY.
Tuesday Night, Oct. 23.
Feet, Fnrions and Pnnry. The Comedy
Tr.onipb of the Century,
(Direction of Gustave Frohniau.)
rraacntrd 1-y one of the brat Comedy orrabi
xstluus new tonrlcg the country.
To be Treceedcd by the Chas.
Thomas CharmiDg 1-act Comedy,
Prices - (1 .00, 75, SO aad K ecu's. 6cat oa sale
J. E- Montrose, Manager.
ONE RIGHT 0LYI
Thursday, Oct. 25.
The Cyclone of Merriment,
"a mmi nnr
rrescntinp the Charming Little
MISS NELLIE ROSEBUD
And a Competent Company
of Comcdiaus and the Cele
brated French Novell v Dan
cers.the NICHOLS SISTEKS.
Mattie and Alice.
Prices S. CO aad 75c
vigor of nea
Easlry. Qaiekly, Pemaavatty RettsreC
aeudHty, and aU tbe train
of evlia f ran early error, or
later caceaaea, the results of
overwork, mjtne, wurry.
opment and tone given to
cry organ ana porUou
theboriv. eiimitle- n.t-
rul methods. Ininiedi-
atj, Iiiiiiiii in -
iranaaBible. .0011 Kfimn
xplanatiun aad proofs nailed (aeaied) lraeT
One that yon can kecpclerai all
the time collar that does not
wilt when yon get over-hratcd;
that doca not fray on the edge, o
tear out at the bnttotiholen, and
can be cleaned by simply wiping
off with a wet sponge or cloth.
These collars and cuffs are made
by covering linen collars oc enfia
on both sides with waterproof
"celluloid," thus Riving strength
and durability. They are the only
waterproof goods so made, and
every piece is stamped as f oUowk
Ask for this, and refuse to take
any imitation if yon expect sat
isfaction. If your dealer does not
keep them, send direct to as, en
closing amount, and we will mail
yon sample. Collars sj eta. each.
Cuffs so eta. pair. State size, and
whether stand-up or turned-down
collar is wanted.
THE CElXULOm eft. J
On Tap everywhere.
Only Union labor employed.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery. I.
F user's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, has one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best Beer is bottled at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
J. T. JDIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
lias the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SEC31D AYECSE.
All kinds of carpenter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
MOOBPOaUTCO TJBTDEB THE STATE LAW
Rock Island Savings Bank,
' Rock Iaxajro, Iu.
rtn per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on 1
wcrai er neai Eatate aeoarlty.
r.i.auTWBUsrras't. V C OnxajLaJrar, vice raatv.
r. IW aUetawO, F. C Bwo!
S. W Bant, . M.
SCREES DOOSS, WIS
VOW'S, ALL WIDTHS
OF WIRE SCREEN.
And 9 complete line of
mixeu bouse and floor
paints, white lead, lin
seed oil, etc
1610 Third avenue.
TIKRQ OATH B00L3
Haths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc, may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the Brat floor of
the Harper House
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days For Gen.
tlemen From S a. m. to 7 JO a.
m., and from S p. m. to 9 p. tn.
on week daya On Sundays the
rooms will be open from i a. in
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Klectrie and Electro-thermal
laths may be obtained at any
time dnnng business hour.
Gymnasium connected with bath
Call Tor Rock Island
Brewing Co. Beer.
1706 Second Avenue.
Gearral JoMnng Anne on abort notice
e4 eaUefacUoa guarantee
Boforl. Joka Veik.
' V a,awauacepa tae an