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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 1895,
The Moline .
State Savings Bank,
Mouse, III., Office Corner
Fifteenth St. and Third Ave.
fame?. the Xoline Savings Bank
Org mixed 1-51
4 Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
Orgtn'xfd oncer male law.
Open from a. m. to S p. m , and
edneMiay and Saiarday Bight, from
7 to If p m
Fobte Seikser, - - Presid' nt
lliaaa DaRiixa, - Vice President
VF UnuwiT, - - Cashier
Porter Skiio.ee, Iliean Daai-ura,
II II AiithwoETU, Geo II Edwabd.
C F HsnKXwar, C A Rose,
C B Aisswobth, W n Adam 9,
W W Wells.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
ad for private parties tn the cardan
spotof the west by the
Orchard State Bank
Of OaCOARD, HIBKASKA .
B. W. Debt, President.
J. S. Da Cashier.
Mitchell Lycde, Banker.
J. t. Kobtuaou, Uashter Koek Island: riattona)
CCster. . T.
leiuy Dan's Sou, WLou a tie Oroera.
i on ?anrn en m Mrtt d -
Hucsing & Hoeft
Representing among other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the following:
Rochetrr Gcrmf n In Co...
We-trbrrter Fire ...
HnfTalo 4erT an ...
tiertuan Fire ...
New llatn rehire " ...
..Ro?betrr. T T
Buffalo. It T
, Vanche-ter N II
Milwaukee Xrchai.ics '
New HaTen, Conn
Office Corner Eighteenth street
and Second Avenue, secon floor.
Telephone No. 1047.
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
HAYES ft CLE1VILAXTB
Representing oyer 40 Million Dollar!
of Cash assets
Tire Life, Tornado
Employer's UaM Jty
Bonds of Suretyship.
orriCK Bengstnaw block Bock Islaad. tllr.
i oar rates; they will telenet yoa.
J. M. BUFORD.
The eld fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Raise as low as any reliable company eaa afon.
Tour Paoooan ta aoltetted,
Kitate of Charles Ctto. Deceased.
The undersigned baying been appointed ad
min Strains of the estate of Cbirles
(Hto, late of the eoautj of hock lrland, ta
of lllinoi. deceased, hereby giTes notice that .he
will appear before the county court of Kock Island
county, at the offlce of tb. clerk of said coon, in
lh city of Rock Island, at the April Sena on
the trot Monday in April next, at which time
all person baring claim acatnat said estate are
notified and requested to attend, for the purpose
of haTing the same adju.ted. ATI persons In
debted tosaidesttte are reqaested to soak ix
mediate payroenl to tbe andersisned.
- Dated this Ink day of January. A. D. 18SS.
EUZ&BKTH OTTO. Administratrix.
Byrlrraeof an execntioa and fee Mil bwned
oat of tbe ofsce of the ei.rk of tbe circuit court
of Rock Island connrr. ard state of Illinois, aad
directed, to tbe he if f Kork island etanty,
whereby tbe raid sher'ff is comaisnaVd to make
tbe amoant of a certain judement recently ob
tained agaiot Wicbsei (VL'onoell. and la fno- of
Bunah HUke ont of tr. lands, tenements, good
aad rhaltleeof said oefeadaat. Michael O i op
aeiUI hareleriedavioo the following ce.-eribed
Kan (41 one-ha'f aortnwest la oe-usrter
of section (31 1 wenry-one. towahin (1st nrae
teea, north range (S) three, east of the principal
tnrtdiaa. eitnaied lathe county of Kork Island,
state of Illinois.
Therefore, In compliance with said command I
will exMwe for ma at public auction all tbe
ricbt, title and Interest of tbe above named.
Michael O'Dcaa'll. tn and to the aboea described
property, on S!th day of February. A. D-.
at (s) two o'cloo p. m., al tbe north door or lbs
Ceart House. In the city of Rack leland. tn tbe
n-.T. af Koefe Island sad state of Hlrtoia, for
I cseh ia band, to earJafy aaid execstioB and fee
I sill. FKtDKKICSi;. nsatswai.
Bbjans of mock laaaaa teaaty.iiuaoss.
' V aa m
V JSaraft ..Griffiix. frjgj;
Only a Scar Remains
Scrofula Cured -Blood Purified by
"C. f Hood & Co, Lowell. Mass.:
" It is with pleasure that I tend a testimonial
eencernlng what Hood's Sarsaparilla has doaa
for my daughter. It Is i wonderful medicine
and I cannot recommend It too highly. Bank,
who Is fourteen years old, has been
Afflicted With Scrofula
far since she was oae year old. For fire years
ha has had a running sore on one side of her
face. We tried every remedy recommended, but
nothing did her ar:y pood until wo commenced
sing Hood's tars:itKtrili. My married daughter
eaviaeame u use uoou s barsaparuia
Ho od's:Pu Cures
It had eared her of dyspepsia. Ehe had beea
troubled with tint complaint since childhood,
and since her cure she has never been without a
bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla in the house. We
commenced giving it to barah about one Tear
ago, and it has conquered the running sore.
Only a Scar Remaining
as a trace of the dreadful disease. Previous to
taking the medicine her eyesight was affected
but now she can see perfectly. In connection
wiui nmn s narsapnnua we nave usea Hood's
vegeiaoie nils, and una tuem the best."
Raima Gbiffim, Xenia, Illinois. 1
Mood's Pilis cure nausea, sick headache
Indigestion, biliousness. Sold by all druggists.
a. o. oosnrsuT.
a. D. cmsur.
Connelly & Connelly.
Attorneys at Uw.
fines second foor, oyer Miicheli h Lyndell
back. Money to loan.
Jackson & Hurst.
Attorneys at Law.
OfBce hi Rook Island National Cask bnitdlng.
a. s. ewaajiar.
o. L. WAUtra.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Conucellors at Law
OOce ra Bengstoce Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Less nqclness of all kind promptly atteuded
to. Sutte Attorney of bock Island connty.
Office. hoatofSca Block.
McEniry &c McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Lcaa money on good security; max eollec
Unn. Keferenee, Mitchell a Lrnoa, bankers.
Omoe, Pnsmfllr) Bloca-
Dr. R. Jay,
Offlce at Btsaesi-n's llrcry stable. Telephone
E L- Jlaratoo, M. D.
Office over Harts a Ullemeyer's drag store.
Residence 732 Twenty-fourth street. Offlce
telephone 1087. Residence telephone 1x34.
Offlce boors 9 to 11 am and Z to 4 and ( to 8 p m
Dr. B. O. Miller,
Over 30 years experience. Makes marrelons
core in Acute aad Chronic disease. Rh EtrsuTisa
and KEcaaLeiA inclnded. OS ce 1SC9 Second ay.
Office hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Dr. Cnas. M. Robertson.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Office, Whtttaker Block, aeethwest corner
Third aad Brady streets, Itasenport. Iowa
Rooms IT and IS. Hour: 9 toll a. nu.1 to 4 p.m.
i. a. aoLumtrsH, au d. a. a. aaan, a, n.
Drs. Barth & Hollowbush,
Physicians and Surgeon.
Cthee 409 Brd St.
aeaideaca Til list at.
10 to is a, as.
1 to x and T u a v.
Draclc Sc Kerns,
Architects and Superintendents.
Rnna T H C! A BnUdlnsT, cor Third STecae
ana nineteenth s're.t.
Edward I., Hammatt,
Ottos. Room 41. Mitchell a Lvade Baudlnc
Geo. P. Staudunar.
Plana aad sspertntendeace tor ail class of
Buildings, Rooms as and C6, Mltcbau a Lynda
auotna;. Take efcrrsB.
W. A. Darling,
Boom 4. M tcball a Lynde's build inj.
R. it. Pearce,
aad SI tasUtcastl a Ljraasa asw
CHE FOO BESIEGED.
Japs Are Pushing the War with
S3 TUE LOST IN HAHSG ATTACX
Troops m Saoaer Landed Than the Haste
BegSas Wei-111-Wet Captaired aad the
Whale Chlaesa rieet Arums; tb. Tblnxa
That Basw Brea Japaoeae Torpedo
Baals Again (Tore Effective ia Beading
Warships to the Bottom.
Che Foo, Feb. 9. Tbe Japanese landed
a force of troops near here with the Inten
tion of capturing this city. The landing
was made about ten miles eastward of
Che Foo and an immediate advance upon
the city wu begun. The Japanese at
tacked the flirts defending the east part of
Che Foo. Intense excitement prevails
here and it is expected that a severe en-
WEI BAI Wl.
g f-ouicnt will occur. The Japanese ships
which appeared near Xinghai, n town be
tween Wei Hai Wei and this city an J be
gan a bombardment of the forts on tho
western side of the town, left soon after
ward without doing any damage. This
confirms tho impression that tho attack
on Ninghoi was on by a feint of the Japan
ese to cover a landing of their forces nt
some other place, and people here that the
sapturiug of Che Foo is contemplated.
Will Defend the City.
Every precaution is being taken to ilo
fend the city. Another version cf the
appearance of the Japanese ships off
Ninghai is that they were chasing two
torpedo boats supposed to contain Ad
miral Ting, the commander of the Chinese
naval forces at Wei Hal Wei and Captain
McClure, the merchant marine officer
was appointed to be assistant to Admiral
Ting. These two officers were said to be
escaping from Wei Hoi Wei on board the
two torpedo boats and tbe Japanese are
reported to have sunk both vessels at a
point northward of Cho Foo. According
to the advices which have reached hero
from Wei IIol Wei only the Chen Yuen
of the Chinese naval squadron ai. Wei
Hal Wei was sunk by the Japanese. The
sister ship of that vessel, the Ting Yuen,
is said to bo ashore. The Chinese inhab
itants of this city are leaving by the
Chinese Warships Sauk.
Hiroshima, Feb. ft An official dis
patch received here from from tho Japan
ese commandcrat Wei Hai Wei announces
that the Chinese warships Chen Yuen and
Ting Yuen and the Chinese cruiser Chin
Yucte or Lai Yuen were sunk by tho Jap
anese torpedo boats in tho attacks just
made upon the remaining warships of
China at Wei Hoi WcL The official dis
patch adds that two steam l.tunchcs suc
ceeded in escaping, but they were chased
by Japanese vessels and were eventually
disabled near Che Foo.
Capture ot Wei Dai WoL
London, Feb. 9. A dispatch received
here from Che Foo says that the Japanese
have carried all the Chinese possessions at
Wei Hoi Wei and that they hav9 captured
or sunk the whole of the Chinese northern
BROOKLYN STRIKE REPORT.
New York Arbitration Board Says Reme
dial Legislation Is Necessary.
Albany, X. Y., Feb. The report of
the state board of mediation and arbitra
tion on the Brooklyn strike was pre
sented to the legislature. The report is
voluminous. It says:
"The primary cause of this Brooklyn
strike and of all kindred strikes is that
the legislature, in creating railroad cor
porations, has neglected to make
necessary provision for a stable
and efficient service of operating
forces upon the lines tj subserve
the end for which they weru given bieath
of life and clothed with the state's power
of eminent domain. Any remedial leg
islation, to be effective, should have pre
vention for its objective point. The inter
ruption of the operation of a railroad in
its service to the p iople. for which its
corporate ownership was created, by rea
son of a controversy or dispute between
the company and the operating force or
strike of the latter, should bo made im
possible." Sra Hiving I p It. Dead.
Lowestoft, Feb. 9 Another body has
been brought to Lowestoft by the fishing
smack which has been crusing near the
spot where the G.-rraan Lloyd steamship
Kibe was sunk. Cards found upon tho
body bore, the naiuu of "Louis Kurt
Kleinschmidt, Metallurgist, Helena,
Mont." There wa a seeo.id cabin pas
cnsrcr of that name on hoard tbe Kibe.
Still another body brought here is sup
posed to lw t li.it ' of Julius C Dittrich of
1S2 East Twenty-third street. New York.
Life bout No S of the Kibe has been
brought i: here cmp;y. One of her air
tanks wa burst. This was the missing
lifeboat which it was hoped contained
survivors of the disaster.
After doom Teas.
Flit Ilartwcll in ber last syndicate
article says: I don't recommend
any special brand of tea for afternoon
o'clock. I do, however, know all
about the best tea to tnlta at nin-tit
Parks' Tea will certainly clear your
complexion and purify "your blood.
Tou will be surprised at the im
provement if you takes cup of Parks'
Tea each night. Sold by Hartz &
six cents a can bv
new Horsford's Baking
Powder, because it requires
less quantity than any other.
WEAVING A WEB AROUND HAYWARD.
la.ttntloa Pro t lag a Very Caaaptet
Caala ef Cireaautaatial Eetdeaea. ,
MrssaaTOLls, Feb. . The state is put
ting in very complete evidence in the
Hay ward case, corroborating so far as
possible every minor point in Blixt's
story, Xot a point has been overlooked.
and the chain of circumstances being
woven about Harry Hayward grows
every hour. There were not many people
who supposed that it would be possible to
show the place, hour and day of Hay
ward's purchasing a half pint bottle of
whisky, designed, as claimed, to furnish
Clans lilixt with nerve to do his murder
ous work. Yet it was established by three
witnesses and the purchase admitted by
J. W. Wetherspoon, elevator man at
the Oneida building, corroborated Blixt's
story of how Miss Ging signed a (T.utO
note to Harry Hayward in his oflioe and
how he and Blixt witnessed tbe signature.
Then Harry Spencer, a waiter, told how
Hayward and Miss Ging came to the res
taurant. "I went to get their orders. I
noticed a roll of money. Hayward said to
me: 'Don't you think it's foolish for a
young womun to show so much $2,000?'
coincided with him and expressed some
doubt as to there being f2,uu0 and Harry
said it was. The roll was about as big as
a glass tumbler. There was a 1 10 bill on
He told also of other occasions when the
two visited the restaurant. L. Metzgcr, a
jeweler, corroborated another part of
Blixt's story, about leaving his watch to
Iva fixed on the night of the murder.
Louise Ireland, niece of Miss Ging, testi
Ued that Hayward was In Miss Ging's
rooms nearly every night, but his conduct
was perfectly proper. She hod not no
ticcd her aunt have much money just bo
fore the murder.
GAVE CHECKS FREELY.
Arrest of A. a. Hightoa of Buffalo at ba
tata, 31 inn.
Duluth, Feb. 9. The career of A. G.
Highton of Buffalo, N. Y., was brought
to a summary close by his indictment for
grand larcany. He came to Duluth from
Buffalo In a specially chartered steamer
lost fall and took the finest suite of rooms
in the Spalding hotel. Then after being
enturtaiued by tho financiers of Duluth,
he hired a special Eastern Minnesota
train to SL Paul, giving tho agent here
his check on the Buffalo Bank of Com
merce for the amount.
In St. I'uul he visited Mayor Smith and
gave him a check for t-'.'u.U) to be applied
to the relief of the suffering poor, and in
Minneapolis he gave J. S. Pillsbury bis
check for $100, 00J, also to lie applied in re
lieving distress. None of his checks were
honored, and Hl"hton was arrested and
brought to Duluth for defrauding the
Eastern Minnesota road. He insists stren
uously that he has money in Buffalo, and
says it is a scheme of relatives to defraud
him of his wealth.
Wisconsin Legislative Doings.
Madisox, Feb. 9. Both houses of tho
legislature have adjourned until Monday
evening. In the scnato bills were intro
duced by Putnam to reduce the pay of
justices of tho supreme court from f3,0U0
to f4,5UU and to reorganize the state land
office so es to reduce the number of em
ployes and to cut their salaries. The bill
authorizing tho land commissioners to
sell burned pine on state lands was killed
and also Officer's anti-trust bilL In tho
assembly a bill was introduced forbidding
chattei mortgugo brokers from charging
commissions which will make the total
interest loans more than 30 per cent, per
annum. Notbohm introduced a bill pro
viding that hereafter the official proceed
ings of the Milwaukee common council
lie printed in the English language only.
At present they are printed in German,
Polish and English. .
It's Ludwig That's "Fired" Now.
Chicago, Feb. 9. Ludwig Ortner, of
Hi Liirrabee street, who forced his wife to
leave her homo because ho found a letter
written to her by a former lover, was will
ing to take her back to his heart and
household and pleaded for half an hour
with her to go back to him, but Mrs. Ort
ner said that under no consideration
would she again live with Ortner. She
said that a man who would force his
bride of two months to leave her home on
a cold winter day and seek shelter among
strangers was not the kind of a husband
she could live happily with.
Will Wed a French Prince, ferhap.
Xew Yonic, Feb. 9. The latest maifJift.
wiseacres have given the hand of .AIiH
Anna Gould is Count do Castellane, of
Paris. Tho wiseacre says further that
George Gould confirms this engagement.
Miss Anna me: the count in Paris about
ten months ago. He has been living in
New York during the last four or live
months in private apartments. He is about
i8 years old, highly educated, a good lin
guist, and fond of athletic sports. The
count is the eldest son of the Marquis de
Castellane, a wealthy Parisian.
Kald the Press Hanged Him.
Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 9. Eugene
Bycrs, the well-known detective, who
murdered his cousin, Sergeant Eugene
Walker, of tbe United States army, at
Behring Park, near here, Jan. 0, lsyl, was
hanged in the jail yard in the presence of
1 JU people. He swore before God that an
innocent man was being hung, but be
blamed no one except the newspapers.
Bycrs died game.
Dropped Dead at a Fire,
Danville, Ky., Feb. 9. Professor J.
W. Harris, of Xenia. O., a guest of Harris
hotel at Crab Orchard, Ky., discovered
the building on lire at midnight and
alurincd the inmates. He saved his own
trunk and helped saved other property,
then dropped dead from heart diseases
The loss on the hotel is to.uuq.
Beacacd with Difficulty.
Cleveland, O., Feb. 9. Fire broke out
at 8 a. m. in tbe Home for Friendless,
Lear the corner of Sooville avenue and
Putnam street, and the building was al
most totally destroyed. Many of the in.
mates were sick in bed and for a time rep
etition of the Deaconesses' boms horror
seemed probable. The firemen succeeded,
however, in removing all the inmates, al
though their rescue was attended with
the greatest difficulty.
High Seheel Paptls aa Mrika,
Clixtos, lav, Feb. 9. Two hundred
pnpUs of the Clinton high school struck.
They left their desks in a body and de
clared they would not return until the
reinstatement of the principal. Miss
Sweet, who resigned because of a clash
with Superintendent Boswick over the
course of study and tbe question of single
w wane oar
At a Ere in a shot tower in Xew York
Frederick Eriekson, an employe, who was
la the top of the tower, with escape appar
ently cut off, miraculously escaped death
by dropping quickly from story to story
through the names.
Frank Jeffry. who was to bo tried at
Murphysboro, Ills., next week, on the
charge of ninrder, has escaped from jail.
In a restaurant nt Forty-eighth street
nnd L'Xinctou avenue, Xew York, Don
Ernesto Marquese, of Guatemala, shot
and killed his younger brother, Henrique,
and then killed himself.
' A receiver has been asked for tha faji-
ous old Frout Street theatre in Balti
V. L. Tessera, the vice president of tho
Ceylon Importing company of Xew York,
who was forcibly ejected from a train at
Belleville, Ills., on aeeountof his color, is
a subject of Great Britain and will call on
bis country for redress.
The ice blockade at Grand Haven. Mich.,
has lieen broken, the Wisconsin leaving
for Milwaukee for the first lime in twenty
Obituary: At Jacksonville, Illi. Miss
Ellen Spencer, ilCO; at Xorwalk, O., Mrs.
Kebeeca Mullin Brownlee, mother of Kate
Brownlee Sherwood, the poetess; at Birds
eye, Ind., A- J. Hubhard, 60; at Port
Washington, Wis., J. X. Foster, 78; at
Sellersburg, Ind., ex-State Senator Moses
Poindexter, TO; at Wyaut, Ills., John
William Bridges, one of tho largest deal
ers in general merchandise at Maiden,
Mo., has failed. Liabilities estimated at
$30,000 and assets $15,000.
Brigadier General Ruger has been
nominated major general by the president
to fill the vacancy caused by General
Scholleld becoming a lieutenant general.
Snow has fallen at Tampa, Flo., and vi
cinity, tho temperature going to 21 above.
Many orange trees were killed.
The Chicago mayoralty contest hns
been practically thrown out of cburt.
Judge Carter deciding that he could not
review the action of his predecessor in of
fice. Tho reason that W. T. Baker recalled
his resignation of tbe presidency of the
Chicago Board of Trade is said to be that
"puts and calls" have been prohibited.
The Local Slarfeeu.
Corn new. 2&5c
Day 1 tmotnv. fl2Ti$JS: on'ond. t:ujll;
wiia,i;4i,jiu;nocyu tj;t; naiea. s.
roCIT AND VEGETABLES.
Potatoes fiOB'iuC .
Onions Hbc per on.
En ter Fair to choice. SO;, fresh creamery,
Egcs Fresh, 25o-
Poultry Chicken, jc; turkeys, 7c
Cnttle Butchers psy for corn fed steers
WTlb--. cows and bclfus, l!,a-i ; calves
Spring lamb. SHQtc ponnd.
Coal Soft, Me.
Wood Sa.50 per cord.
Wool He rerpanni.
vThea Baby was sick, we gave her Castorfa.
When she was a Child, she cried f or Castoria,
When she became Miss, Ehe riling to Castona,
When i&e had Children, kbe gave LVuu Caatarta.
Children dry for
We Offer a Remedy Which. Used es
Directed, insures Safety to Lite
of Mother and Child.
I Bobs confinement of Its Pain. Horror and i
Alas, as many testify.
"My wife used onlv two bottle sil
i was easily and ouicklv reliev-d: i. now
J. . MORTON, Harlow. N. C.
f p-r hnttlc. Solri nr all bmmrlata. W (
Rnt h, Mnwu nr mall m. . i
,v ' ii i -ii i 111 1. 1 u irw.
I Bradfield REGrxATon Co Atlanta. Oa. ,
tAt ft Well
WIT! I IP
MIMLIO 10th Day.
trrsr-ajr, A carnj. rcrrxw
llo-lwres tee Alnye Heaalls la SO Pays. It acta
powerfully and quickly. Cures w lien all others
Mil. i mr.ir men will mrnin their lost manhood.
anJolarr.iD will recover their vouihfui v.eor
by using VITALIS. It quickly and surc-ly re
stores Nervousness, Lost vitality. Impotency,
Nightly Emissions, lost Power, Failing Mem
ory, Wasting Diseases, and all effects of self
abase or excess ana Indiscretion. Wards off
Insanity and consumption. Insist en having
VITALIS no other. Can be carried In vest
Docket. Bv mail. SI.ert ner Daekape. or atx foe
SS-Oe, with a anitire written maraatse ta care
nr reraae ins mnmrj. circular free. Aadreas
CALL SET KUILtir COSPAXr, Ceieage, IK.
For sale st Rock Island by Harper Bonee Fhar
macy and William Clendenin. Druggist, Molina.
Ji a ri
Wholesale Deaier aad Iatporter ef
Wines and Liquors.
Ill aad lilt Third A
"r 7TaW3t? v'.mV
pnOTHERS, Do You Know that Paregoric
IjLJ J Bateman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, many so-called Soothing Syrups, and
most remedies for children are composed ef oj iura or morphine f
Tie Yon Knew that opium and morphine are stuiicf y ing narcotic poisons t
He Ton Knew that in most countries druggists aro not permute i to sell narcotics
Without labeling them poisons t
Po Yon Knew that yon should not permit any medlclno to be given your child
anuess you or your physician know of what it is composed f
Po Ten Know that Castoria is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list ot
Its ingredients is published with every bottle f
Pe Yew Know that Caztoria is the prescription of the famous Dr. Samnci ritcher.
That it has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castoria is now soil than
of all other remedies for children combined t
Pe Yen Know that tbe Fatcnt Office Department of the United Slates, and of
other countries, have issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word
" Castoria, " and it3 formula, and that to Imitate them is a state prison offense f
Po Yon Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protection was
because Castoria bad been proven to be aDaoIataly harsnlesaT
Po Yen Know that 35 averaae doses of Castoria are furnished for 35
cents, or one cent a dose t
Pe Yen Knot? that when possessed of this perfect preparattoa. your children may
be kept well, and that ju may have unbroken rest t
Well, these things are worth knowing. Tbeyarefacta
The far simile
Children Cry for
T F. BTJBKE,
Steam and Gas Fitters.
Rock Island Heating
and PiumiiSng Co,
Hot Water Heating
119-121 E. 17th St.
Rock Island. 111. l td. No. 1388
Sole Agcnte for the r'arman.
NOva?Ott.TKD CKDKR IHB 8TATK LAW
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Kock Islaxd, III.
Oin dally from s s. in. to p. m. aad Eatorday evenings from 7 to 8 ."clock.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Persona! eel
lateral or Real Estate security,
f. I. aiTCUJUJ, Fress. V C MSKKASS, Vice Presl. J aft B07ORD, CsthlSC.
?. L. Itllebell, F. C. WenkTMin, John Crccangb, PM1 ktltrbe'J, B, F. Dull, L. Ha 0',
Jtt. W Hnrst, 3. V. Pnforti, bn Vo'A.
Jaocsosi A He but. Solicitor.
Betas business July S, 1SJ0, and oetnpy the southeast comer cf K'tcteD A Lynde's new tallav
AD kinds of carpenter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
J. F. BoassmaxD. Tarn aawnxa
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitteis.
House Heatin(r and Sanitary Plnmbinj. Basement Rock Island Nat. Bank
Contractor and Builder.
Shop and Residence No. 811 Third avenue.
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, SO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE,
Shop 011 Vh e Btreet. POCK ISLAND.
Oae block from Central Park, largest ia Iowa,
City Bus and Express Line
For'Bat or Express Line telephone 1141, and 70a will receire
TTtingTtT.rsSB ft EFiaCgB, Pros.
Sec. and Trras.
General Jobbing done on short notice! I
and satisfaction guaranteed I ,'
rock isla: J
the Brady street
of Cat Flower eoasUntly oa band.
SOI Brady street, Dsvenport, la