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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY DECEMBER 11, 1894.
Not ire f le by roanaalsaloaer.
Noes I SUM O COOWTT. (
l in eirrslt emtrt of said eoonty, In chancery.
V try l.scy HaKClasaad 'rank P. Unities. v
llu-rry t'Ba.Uairiaaa4ori;jr'. Mnik, in
.ansr. of decree of mH ronrt. entered
In said cm- nn the lKh .lay if Noreioh.r, A. 1 1.,
1flM, I, k hsrd A. 'tonslil. apci-lal ronnm
i"wr, will m Thursday. th smb Say ..f Hceui-n-r.
A 11H. at the bound im J o'clock l
the sfter. rt said day. at the smith ilinr n
l itwrllisi: kin .itnatrd nn lie ir.ie.
hrmeaftt ili-sv.lld, M ihe rtl y of Koch laiid.
In it Hi roam, rinv-r at ptnh nmihw and e. II
In Hi klvlMM biddut Um rank In rum. I ins fidmw
ln aesrnhed real nrfiU. .ti.nled in the cmuhv
( Rirk Island, and state of Illinois, towlt:
tin east Bin ( lev of lot nuKhrr twclre
f I'M. asa ell of hd anracer thirteen (lHi In block
anmher threefti H ikn) nn of the eliy of llnrk
s-issd, kMiwt it that bh'Stfoor Lower addition.
lasted al H.- lelaa.l tbisNhd.iy of Nmra.
bet. A. IK laws.
MtVHAKf A. nnNAI.nsnN,
j.rial t oeinii.i--m r.
JirMWi I Mra)T. "idwiloc. fiw l'infaiaal.
TATB Or ILI.fHOIH. I
Kirl hun I'nirm. I
la tl i:lrr1t dmr. In 0"eery
Jitnnary terra A. Dn1HTi.
Joseph Mc nation va Henry t'onnelljr. nil m in
t.traior, d. a. n.c. t. a. or the estate of Sarin B.
t ohh. reaen. el al. a chaaccty. Bill for
ripeelac li inmiwv.
Al'lil.vlt e' non-r.-i.lmce of William P. Win?
Kle, Dennd rlwrcle.. na I". I(nty;l, .'nrdeha
I'alir.'. Lucy N. Kniatles. W Ilium tl. Nl'i:'i-.
I.vtlia h. i"ll. nwnael l. KiK'jIrs. Kieliard M
Unifies. Mwsrd h. KnA'le.. Mnrah V. Kuculi a,
Miiinnfr K. NuiMrlea, t.irhicr Hnctflt., l.yriia
raiire, t'oriit-li. rai'i. Oren l,irc, Frederick
Allen, anil the mtkuowii he'ra and divi-cc.
nf Piiran II. lobi, dreca-en. bavins been
flled In tlie clerk's office of the rlivuii court
of sld conntr. niitk-a W thvrvfitre he'i-liv
riven 10 the aid rion-nrld.rt ilifunilanu tint
I ho rnmplimnnt filed bl li.H cf complaint In
mid ronrt on h rhanrery lile thciof.on tbe Tth
day if oyraihr, litVi, nid that thereiipon a
a "unimntia tannd out or 9iii1 ronrt. wherein mid
anil la nw pend'ni ndnrnahle on the Amt Mn
H.n IniheRMHiih ef Jannary, IM-st, la by law
riiiifed Nw, nnieea ym. the aald tw i-rinl-ii'ht
il fi'ailnl nho-e nameil. Will am I. Kntr
rl , INtnll Kti'Vtt-, ina r Kuinrlca. Cirnlla
I'ahfr. I nrr . Kimrlea, w'iiliim I. Itiir.'ira. I.
liil M. m. Hnnnirl l. Hnrirlea. Itii har.l M.
Hiwi;l. k-lwail a. Kntnrlp. I"arh i-. Huircli-a.
Moriimrr K ka.irka. tiiirJinrr Kniulca, l.mlia
I'niee, t'ontrUa l'aiin (irfn f'aiifr. r'n-irirk
Allfn. and th nnknoan ht'ira and dirr
nf Mnmb H. Iidh, ii.-eird, and afiull imtmoii
ally he and appear hefim- aaid rlrruli ciMirt
nn the Drat ill of Ike next term thereof, in b
koldea at Hork I-land la and tor the aaid
rniinty. on the Irat Moaiiay lo Jaanary next, and
plel, anawer or drmnr to the raid complain
ant' hill of complaint, ihe aame and the matters
and tblnir therein charred and a atrd will be lik
en aa aaaifeaaad. ami a drcrre entered ajralnat )ou
acco'ilinjctothe trrerof aaid -ill.
Kock Irland. llllnoia.NoT. S7, 1M.
OEOKOK W. GAMBLE.
Clerk of aaia iXu L
Jolin Volk C.
Satth, IViors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for liuildcrs
Hiding, Flooring. Wainacoatlng
Rth atreeu bat 4th and Mb vn
Krery TAIB WABKASTKfl by
TOLLEY BROS. & CO.,
tHICAOO, I IX.
Onr "KOH-l-WOOR-U the
beat epectade made. For
further partw-nlara apply to
T. II THOMAS. Drnfrrrist and Op
ticiao. Eyes tested free of chttrce.
On Tap everywhere.
Only Union labor employed.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I
Huber'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
he ordered direct from the head offices on v0
line avenue by Telephone.
The Fashionable Merehant Tailor
Has the most replete lin? of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SECOMD AVEKUE.
aft . ' J7UA
ITARAl lot ara pwvoastfebllity, laaoanenat rower in ciuhiu,
avaatar KmrMraa. fnia aay canM. If aealeeted. each troubles lead Sk
nniatw. oriaaarity.tl.ovfwr box hv mail, bnara tor av w ita av rT aa
Mr: w. sir. a wrltMB naraolee to cul.M r.laud tbe aaeaay. artdtaai
fiki, blxiifClJIS OO- ClaaUad.Oku. .
aauMaaU Ali.r ailing
bj T. H. Thomas, Druggist, sole agent, Bock Island, I1L
PLUG TOD ACCO
teraers dj AerVigliaccorii
are whnj to paj a littk more thaa
fte price chained for tie ordiqg
trade tobaccos, will find this
brand superior to all otKeis
mmz Of IMITATIONS.
Notice? to C'ont rHt ora .
Pealed iirnjioaala will bp re-cirml at the rilv
elirk". ofrlrc. hin-k Iln.l. 111. unit! Monday,
lire. '7, lf:x. at fi o'clock p. tu.. for ihe conatrur.
Hon of a attiMlpipri and foim atiou for tne city or
Hook l.lnmi, I u nd f r fnrnl'hini; ail the ma.
terntia ami dnin i he work acrordini: to pinna and
pettlrallon on lllu t Ihe city rlertt oiHco.
All li'il" nm-t Im arrompnnied with a ccriiflcd
check nine -inn i.f Cvr lumiltrd ($'0H) dillarn,
pnvali'e to tlio mil r of the minor i.r , id city,
which atiml h.-contr forreittNt to nid ciy. in c.e
tl hiiloer hul f:iil to enter i to eoniricr with
a...riiv il ann iica to i x- ente tl.r work for the
price mi-lit Kitiett In Ilia bill nml ntHNiriliiii.' to the
lnna an.l Rpct'ificnlif in the event ihat the
eoiiiruts: ali.'ill ht? nwade.l to him.
ItitS Iidnml, III . Nov. V.i, l.f.H.
A. D. HUKSINO. City Clerk.
T. J. MEOil.L. Jin Milror.
Estate nf A na U. Schocnhlnj, dcccafcd.
The nndoralrnert hating been annotated rzen
tors of the taat will and tc-tnmentof Anna M
Schocntiiug.late nf the county of Kock lalaud.atate
of Illinois, deceaacd hereby gie notice that thev
will appear before the ennntji court of hock l-lund
county, at the nfllce cf the clerk of aaid court, in
the city of Itoca Irland, at the r cliruarv term, on
the Brut Mondav In K'-hnury.nt'Xt, at which time
all pcraona havitr ctninie u?iilnt ouiil eaiule arc
notified and reinctcd to attend, for the pnrHre
of havinic the aanie ndiuateii.
All pcteona Indehu-d to aaid catate arc rcanea
ted to nutae immediate payment to the utidcr
i)!sed. Dated th! 4th day of Decen.btr. A. I., 1S4.
STATE OP ILUSOIS, I
KOCK lar.AKO COHSTT. 1
In tbn circuit ronrt raid Rock Ialand county,
to tlie.J 'nury term. A. t . !:. In chuicry.
Hohart V. oodliurn. complainant, va John Ev
ana, the unknown helm or devisees of John
Kvane. decewed. Nancy bvana. the nnktown
lielra or deviaeea of Nanrr Evan?, decraaed.
ilefendanta. llill to quiet title.
To the above named defendants and each of
them: Affidavit of yonr non-readen -e havlnc
been filed in the oHicc of the clerk of eaid circuit
conn, notice ia hereby i ven to yon and each of
on that the above named cotu;; itnant ha C'ed
In raid court hi hill nf compliiut astiuat yon on
the chancery eiCe of aaid court; that a Biiro-
. - ... r i , ,mr. : i ii i.rurii 1 II P.. it. l auae
aitJlna! you, returnable to the next term of aatd
court, to be b prun ard holdcn at the court bouae,
in the city o' hock llmn, in raid county, on the
flrt Monday of January A. I). 1SU3, at which time
ard place yon will api'icar and ph ad. anfwer or
j demur to aaid bill of complaint if von ai-e IU.
KIlt.t. H. HAMUL,i;icrfe.
fwiinti ft Wai kku. Solicitors for Conmi'u
Bock Island, Ililnoia. Not. l'l, A. D. IStll.
Call for Rock Island
Brewing Co. Beer.
brae ym nnta we Sold with. VTEITTM
The Butcher of Barnes Tries to
BUT IS SAVED TOE THE SHERIFF,
And Precaution. Takes) to I'revent An
other Attempt Same More Itetaila eI
the Crime Police Theory That the Ma
ne Woman Waa a Conspirator Her
Connection With Barnes Btiat Confesses
Acaln in the Glue; Case.
CHICAGO, IX-c ll. The five persons con
fined at the Hyde Park Police station on
account of the murder of Junitor Alfred
1). Barnes passed a quiet Sunday, al
though some of them were brought be
fore Inspector Hunt for further question
ing, and utore light w,as thrown on the
already Well-exposed case. What the po
lice arc working for now Is to establish as
a fact that Kdmuml Jordan did not kill
Barnes in the heat of passion growing out
of a quarrel, but that the crime was com
mitted after plans deliberately laid. They
hoic to establish by further confessions
that Jordan and Annie Mahoncy conspired
to put Karnes away. Persecuted by tho
man for two years.'swindled and cajoled
by Barnes, the woman longed for ven
geance, csM'rinlly after a seene she had
with Barnes last Monday. Between that
time and Wednesday night she and Jor
dauliad several conferences. Jordan may
have feared Barnes, its ho claims. It is
certain that he wanted llantos' place, but
more than that he wanted the friendship
of the woman.
Intended to Rnrn the Remains.
The method by which Jordan first pro
posed to rto uway with his victim's re
mains was never thought out until after
the killing was done. Ho said: "It wan
my puriHrse to burn up tho body. There
arc his furnaces in the Hiawatha Hats and
1 intended to cut Barnes into just that
many piitees one for each of the furnaces.
1 also intended to burn up his clothing.
I was not able to carry out my plans in
regard to the body because the ax I had
the same ono with which I killed Barnes
was dull, and besides he was awful
tough when I went down to do the job
Thursday morning. Then I conceived the
idea of putting him in a box. The
wounds on his liack and limbs were inado
by me in my attempt to cut him up, ac
cording to my original plans. 1 hail en
gaged men to whitewash all the base
ment rooms and they were nt the build
ing Friday moruing. 1 expected to do
tho job myself in tho room in which
Barnes was kille.1, and if the police had
conic an hour or two later they would
have found no bloodstains. I am sorry
I was not able to disiiose of the Itody let
tor, so that 1 would have avoided' this
Woman's Heart Was St eeled.
It would have boea impossible for Jor
dan to have struck Barnes if the men
were standing up fighting, as Jordan
claims, for tho reason that the ceiling of
the furnace room is so low that it would
have been impossible for a man to have
swung an ax therein. Jordan says that
Barnes, at. the time of the fight, was lix
inga platvhii;h h.td fallen of the front
of the furnancc, and Insjiector Hunt says
his theory Is that the plate had been pur
posely removed, that Barnes was called
down to fix it on, and while he was
stooping over at tho work he wits dealt
tho fatal blow. While Jordan had the
nerve for the task of murder, the police
do not believe he had tho brains to eon
cut the scheme by which Barnes was
lured to his death, or tho original pluns
fordoing away with the body. But An
nie Mahoney, the woman, was smart
enough, and she had steeled her heart
against all mercy towards Barnes. Her
hatred of him became boundless last
Monday when he went there to remove
certain furniture ho had then?. At that
time he taunted iter in the presence of the
expressman whom he had engaged to
haul away the goods aud constantly re
ferred to her as the "old maid."
Let Uaxnea Tuke the 1 urniture.
"I have loaned him money on that fur
niture to save him from being ejected
from his homo last summer," said tho
woman. "Then I learned that he had
previously placed a mortgage on tho fur
niture. 1 made him square that and let
him take the furniture, hoping he would
let me ulono thereafter. When moving
his stuff when he came across any worth
less truck he would say to the expressman:
'Wc won't take that. We'll leave that to
the old maid.' In that way he taunted
me. He left my house nearly bare and
then went ti Joadun and told him how he
fooled the 'old maid' again, ilis whole
life has been devoted to robbing women.
He had several wives living and none of
them did he treat well. The newspapers
can say what thry please about me. 1 am
contented to be here, and am satisfied
that Barnes is out of the way."
Jordan Uaugs Hiniaeir.
Jordan, the self-confessed murderer, at
tempted suicide by strangulation early
Monday morning in his cell at tho Hyde
Park police station. Only the watchful
ness of the lockup keeper saved tho
wretch for legal punb-:hmcnt for his
crime. The nervy fellow improvised a
noose out of his suspenders and placed it
around his nock. Tho other end he fast
ened to ono of the bars of his cell and
dropped to the floor. The noise attracted
tho attention of the lockup keeper, who
hastened to the scene and saved the
wretched criminal for the law. The at
tempt was not entirely a surprise to the
officials who have been working njon tho
case. As a direct result of his early
morning escapade Jordan has been re
lieved of all his superfluous clothing
necktie, shoestrings, and suspenders. A
watch similar to Hie death guard of a con
demned felon is kept up outside of bis
cell at the station.
. BLIXY SHOT MISS GING.
He Makes a Contesahra of tho Whole Ter
' rible Affair.
Minneapolis, Dec 1 1. Following the
confession of Adry Hayward of his broth
er Harry's conspiracy to murder Catherine
Ging, came two confessions of Clans A.
Blixt, the janitor of the Ocark 'flats. The
first was to tho effect that Harry Hay
Ward killed Miss Glng as she was bend
ing forward In tho buggy talking to a
man who had something to sell, either
green goods or stolen property, which
Miss Ging was going to buy, being pos
sessed with a rage to get rich. Later
Blixt culled the mayor and chief of police
to bis cell and made another confession.
He then said that he 11 rod the fatal shot
himself. He says thut Hayward had per
suaded Miss Ging that green goods could
be easily circulated through the medium
ot her busings as a dressmaker; she hav
ing always had an ineane idea to get
rich easily, b.'U in with the idea,. The
night ot the murder Hayward had told
her that he had arranged for her to meet a
green goods dealer on the outskirts of tho
They Hlwirfc-d on the rklo together.
Altoiit twelve blocks from tho Ozark flats
tlrcv met Biixt. Hayward Induced her to
let Blixt drive her to the plneo of meet
ing, with the assurance to her that he
would himself follow immediately in an-
tMicr buggy nml lie present at the Tneeii-
Ing. Klixt then drove the woman out
to tho old Kxeclsior road and railed her
attention to-a passing object. As she
turned to look out of her side of the buggy
he shot her. Tire body was then disposed
of as stated in the previous confession.
Hayward instead of following Blixt and
Miss Ging returned to the O.ark flats
and. afterwards went to the1 theatre.
There seems to be no doubt as to the truth
of the latter confession.
NEWBY CAE, UP AGAIN.
Celebrated Tension Suit Itefore the t'nited
States Sugirrm. Court, i
Washington, Doc. 11. The famous
Newby pension case from Illinois is on
the docket ot the United States supreme
court. This is tho case in which Newby,
who is nearly 70 years of atrc, was after
two trials, sentenced to two years' impris
onment for obtaining a icusiuu under
false pretenses or personating a pensioner
long since ded. The case has attracted
great interest in Grand Army circles
throughout the country and tho veterans
raised a sum of ti.naj to appeal to the
supreme court. Meanwhile, Newby is
out on bail. It is nn interesting fact that
all his old neighbors who have known
him since his Uiyhood insist that he is the
man he represents himself to be, while the
jury convicted him in the face of this tes
timony. TWO VESSELS MISSING.
There Is Little Hope of the Safety of the
t'odoriM kimI K. I. It an nr. v. -
MlI.WAI KKK, D.-C. 11. There is little
hope for the safety of the steamers Corla
rus and R. P. Itunncy, both laden with
coal and bound lor this port. Both are
several days overdue. The Couarus.
which is the latst addition to the Anchor
line, was seen passing Mackinac island at
4:!10 a. m. Thursday and the Ranney
passed the same port the night before.
It was first thought that they tHik the
aoutli passage and had entered the south
Manitou harlior for shelter from the
southwest galo. but tho Parks Foster
made that passage and arrived here after
twenty-five hours, and if they had como
that way both the Codarus and Kanney
should make the trip in shorter time than
NON-UNION WORKS TO OPEN.
Guixm Factory at Martina Ferry to Kuiuark
on a New Method.
Maktixs Fekkv. O., Dec. 11. Tho
Buckeye glass factory at this place, which
has been idle two years, will resume the
first of tho year and ignore the Glass
Workers' union. The men will receive
li-ss pay it piece thau formerly, but tho
improved machinery, the ownors say,
will facilitate their turning out a greater
number of pieces, and th;i they will earn
hs mttch, if not more, thus mulcr the old
system. By producing goods at reduced
cost the company expects to sell its prod
net as fast as it is produced. As a result
they exiect to keep the works in.ojexution
eleven months of the year.
tit'iieral ltooth at Denver.
Dkxvek, Dec. 11 General William
B.oth. leader of the Salvation Army, ar
rived here. In the morning he discoursed
on "The Christianity of Christ;" in the
afternoon he was introduced to the pulilio
at Coliseum hall by Governor Waite,
where lie lectured on "Darkest England."
He received a warm welcome and thou
sands of people wore turniHl away from
the hall unable to gain admittance. He
delivered another lecture at night at the
Sympathy for Armeutaua.
New York, Dec. 11. A meeting to
express sympathy for the persecuted Ar
menians aud the outrages perpetrated on
that rat by the Turks was held in the
Calvary Baptist church. Dr. MacArthur,
Itastor of the church, presided. Resolu
tions were passed asking the president
and congress of the United States to scud
a commission to unite with other govern
ments iu investigating the recent crimes
committed by the Turks ou the Armen
ians. Killed aaBurglar.
Ottlmwa, la., Dec 11. Burglars
robbed the Burlington depot at Butuvia,
ten miles east of here. They took a hand
car (and started toward Ottumwa. De
tective Jim Harrison took olliccrs on un
engine from here and met them. A battle
was fought and one burglar killed, name
unknown. The other two escaped. Har
rison received a flesh wound.
Two Men Arrested for Arson.
Guanu Rai-ids, Mich., Dec. 11. A dis
patch from Holland City says that Tim
othy Smith and Timothy Slagh, compos
ing the firm of Smith & Slagh, contrac
tors and builders of that city, have been
arrested for arson. Thure have been many
incendiary fires in that city in the past
few weeks, and Marshal Yanroy and his
deputy were watching a building and saw
Smith and Slagh set the lire.
County Treaa nrer short in Accounts.
CimnoYGAN, Alich., Dec 11. Wniijtm
Erratt, the Cheboygan county treasurer,
is several thousand dollars in arrears in
his accounts. Ilis brother, Henry Errr.tt,
who is deputy treasurer and also treasurer
elect has been unsuccessful thus far in
trying to secure hotmsmcn. William
Erratt, who is a hardware merchant, has
made an assignment of his business ta
one of his bondsmen. .
Karth sinks Fader ltoueea.
Siiesamkjah, Fa.,Dcc. 11. The town of
Lost Creek, a suburb' ot -this city, was
thrown Into a state of terror by a rumbling
noise which increased in volume and cul
minated iu the cracking and sinking of
the earth under six houses. The surface
is undermined by the working, of the
Packer No. S colliery of the Lehigh Valley
C ml company.
Candidate Charms Conspiracy.
LKXIXUToX, Ky., Doc. 11. Notice of
contest has been served on Representative
-elect Joseph M. Kendall (Dcm.), of the
Tenth district, on behalf of N. T. Hop
kins (Rep. ), who charges conspiracy with
the county clerk of Clark county to do
fraud him by issuing spurious tickets,
omitting his name from the Republican
ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. .
Obituary: At Oakland, Cal., James
Tavlor. At Turner. Ills.. Thomas tur-
rr.n, aired 3S. , At North Manchester, InL,
tiieorge W. Latvivnco, aged Go.
Tho Shenango Glass works at New
Castle, Pa., were burned; loss, f 100,000.
St. Louis health authorities have begun
the pmpag.n ion f antl-toxine serum lor
the cure of diphtheria.
Guatemalans propose to establish a line
of tdcainors to run In "opposition to the
Pacific Mail steamships, in connection
with the Telinanfepec road, the steamers
to ply between Saliua Ou and Panama.
Bill Gay, alias G-wgo Laroy, the notori
ous outlaw wanted by the Meagher coun
ty. Mont., milhoritiea for the murder of
WiUlatu Rader aud James Mackeyn In
May. ls.3, has been landed in jail at The
Sum Kvans, connected with prominent
Fort Worth families, has confessed to par
tioipution In the Texas I'ocitiu train rob
bery. He, with two others of the gang, Is
School taxes amounting to fciiSLMol have
been omitted from the Milwaukee tax
levy through a clerical error, and it Is ex
pected tho city will bcembarrassod in con
sequence. John Clayton shot and killcl Jesse
Driver, a lov.ir of Clayton's 14-year-old
daughter, in Webster county, N. Y. Ho
had leen forbidden to come to t he Clay
ton farm, but persisted iu his attentions
to the girl. The young people were about
During tLe progress of a sermon on
'Money Is the Root of All Evil," deliv
ered in tho First Presbyterian church in
Ccrmanbiwn, a suburb of Philadelphia, a
sneak ThS-f stole the morning contribu
tion of $11.
The Commercial Rank of Newfound
laud, at St. Johns, Nd., has failed, caus
ing runs on the savings bank and crip
uling other bunks and business concerns.
ltnntilng the Clot-It Hack ward.
Tliia ai,iarvntly iin:llr f cat le eay lo I lie
walchmulrrr, tint Dion wonderful Is the net-to-mancy
which makes the old yeans airarn. Yd
that is very mark the effect Or. Pier Favorite
Prescription has on niuililiidra of prematnraly
wore out, brnken-inwd women, who aoik In it
relief from the uan'fold woes of their sex. Back
ache, dracgn? pains, d splsecmcaia, naost.-.
functional deri-rigciiin ts and irregularities dis
appear before iu sec aa by magic
For rursiuj raitbcrs and a.l dcbiiila'ed and
run down women, it ia the most effective mur
at.vetoni; and soothing nervine. XM.-pcls mel
ancholy and produce refreshing sleep. To
tboss ab-.ot to bacomc moiheri.it ia a priceless
boon. It lessens the paina and perils of child
birth, tbortens labor, prom itea tbs secretion of
an abnndance of noariatmeEt for the child and
bboitctis the period of confinement.
wliea Baby was sick, we gave her Castorav
Wnrn Ae was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became 51 Ha, she .-hin to Castorla.
V hen she had Children, site fuve than Caaturia
Pitcher's Castor. a.
5 .... We Offer Yoa a Remedy Which I
I "MOTHER'S te5??
tro f rrtjrv "i 1
1 mLlU wd Hist
fr int..'i' rn iitriT-ii not, j.li,9 pain, miia uia e
not experience tbnt vpakuess aftcrvarct,
nun at in Mich r;:fes. Mus. AXMi GAGS. 1
IP uaxirer cprtitKB, hua.
Bvnt by Mull or Erprp3ii. on roipt of pric.
01 ler bottlf. iioote to Mntbr ualicd
l-'rrts. Sold by aUlUrucciet.
j BIUDFItI.l RKGFLAT0B CO., AtlaaU, . j
iAve m WcD
raKHMMikibiM i i. & . : -
i'ui' .it- . ures wtien an otner
laiL lutie men will retrain Ibetr kmt manhood.
. - . .. . . mV,lT 1 1 TOUU1IU1 V.BTOI
by usinc VITALISE It quickly aud surelv re.
"PTf, Nervousness, Uwt Vitality. Imnotency.
Muutly LuiiSFions, Lest Power, Faille Mem
ory, Wasiina; Diseases, and all eOecta of self
abuse or excess and Indiscretioa Wards oil
Insanity and cons'.mipiion. Insist on havinar
S?1'--.!' n"111: f10 PS"""", or aix lor
aii aa sntii i. mai.. -
T refand the money. Circular free. Addreaa
isia ati auun uunPaal, sjaicagw, sn
For tale at Kock laland h. Bun.. n- t.
macr and Wllluun Clenrienin, Druggist, MoIum.
i - J m .Bsaaask.
'LZ-i. tv ZJLitM Til
-N We-ii . wiaS.l I
q B 2
m m 1 5
MTT ywSOT m)l satl
amJlliosM asfniTaaiia, pail amit
It la sjajq)UomtIw m9tm reairny nr laiastn ana 1 hilurea
tta wwrM kas avar kaawa. It la harsalosa. Childrea lik U. It
gtnm taona IieeJt. It will aavo tkeir Hfes. In it Muther La
tMomatasinc wllieasUltlwfl- aUaalj.raetioi.lIr per.'eet a-
Castor! a dctroya Varan.
Caatoria nllnyn rerwriaVatears.
Caatoria prayemta wosnltiaig vmr Catrd.
i esuroa XHmrraioas
Caatoria relies-ee ToetMn prTronb lea.
Caatoria gauoaijBPstipttem and natoleBCT.
Caatoria ewtralirea the effeeta cf carbonie acid ga or tc jsr--:rc. ,
Caatoria Jo ot eotaisi morpMae, final, or etker marcorir f-roperty.
Caatanrua anaiamilateo tAt fo4cl, re gala ten the stomach and bowila.
srijtBgMltkaviid matmrsvl alee p.
CstanHc. tojsitw) ia anar-rfe) liettlea trmly. It ta net aold ia onlk.
Paat allarar any aaa to aaJl yawa aaytkiait olae o tne plea rr n.ails
iaat It la " jantao gxd sua A "wtll aasyyer esrery pnr-pee.-Soo
that ymm get C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
Children Cry for
T. F. BURKE,
Steam and Gas Fitters.
Rick Island Healing
anil P.iin.l.ing Co.
Hot Water Heating
liecr lu mps
119-121 E. 17th St.
Rock Island, III. Tel. So. 1288
taoOttrOKATRD CfJOKB THE ITATK Law
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Kock Islakd, III.
Oien daJ j from a. St. to t p. as-, and eararday eveettura from 7 to ec.-m.
riTe pt-r com lnterwst psld cm Dejositf. ilemejr loare4 on Tertcta'. coi
ltwral or Bead Estate oco.iity.
P.I.MlTtUaLL.has a. C. DaaAS5, Vice FresV J M. EUFOKU, rartrr.
r. L. KitcL:i, F. C. Uor.kmstm. Jotn Craraarh. rWl KrtracU. H, P. DoV, L. ,.rr,
a. W Hnret, . at. Bafurd. John VoA.
JacBBoa Braar, noiioium.
Bertii; bttr.i.es Jcly a, 1'.. mni oriurr Iba eonlbeaat eorner of iteyH Ly-r't M. -t ' z.2
JOUN M. PABI1HIV. HEKBI A. I'alilPt'S
Painters and Decorators
PAPES HAT732SS. CAL2C1HXSSS, ate.
S20P. 419 SmatMstli St, 2.ZZZ ISLATT. 111. .
All kfrw'p of carpenter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
. F. Boanau.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters.
ou II naticg Ud Sanitair nnmbic. Baemnt Rook Island Nat. Hi"
Contractor and Builder.
Shop and Residence
OFFICE, MO: Mil
Chop ob Via gteML
City 3110 and Express Line
For Boa or Express Line telephone 1141, and you will receive
prompt attention. . .
yjnzSLASn 6 CPSSCim, Prop.
f CavcrU 'wrivJi a T.atrh.naca cf
ti ifMalt cif it without fcDe(nc.
and Wind Colic.
Sec. aud 'l .-i i-.
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attd Mlitfactkou ptarauivcNl
Toa Hosar:li a
No. 811 Third