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THE ARQU8, FftlDAT, PEBRUARY 1895
Batata of Charles Ctto. Ditiml
TM ustttenignea hsrine been appointed ed
aarnistratnx of the estate of Charics
Otto, boa of taa oonnty of Bock Island, stae
of Illinois, decsased, hereby gives notiea that rbe
will appear before the county court of Rock Island
eoantr. at the offlre of the clerk of said court, ia
the city of Kock Island, at the April term oa
- the fret Monday in April next, at which time
. all nereoBf haying claims sia'nst said estate are
soused aad requested to attend, for the purpose
; of banns; the same adjusted. A U persons is
dented to said estate are requested to auks 1st
aaediate psymerit to the nndersianed.
Sated this IWh day of January, A. D. IKS.
ELIZABETH OTTO, Administratrix.
Byrirtneof an execution and fee bin issued
ost of ths otBce of the clerk of the circuit court
. of Kock Island county, and state of luraois, and
dirertcd, to tae sbe-iff f Kock Islsnd canty,
. wnereby the said sheriff is eommanord to make
ths amount of a rertais Jade meet recently ob
tsined univt Michael u'lMnnell. and in fao- of
Hannah Plske nut of the lands, tenemrnis. goods
end chatties of said defendant. Michael i oe-
1 sell. I hare levied upon the following us-cribed
property. to- Its
Kart (HI one-ha'f northwest oce quarter
of serltos rill iwenty-one. township n ne
teeH.imtth ranee .:, three, etst of the principal
as ruilan. situated n the county of Ho k Island,
Therefore, In compliance n Ith said command I
will expose for sale at public auction all the
riarht, title and Interest of the shore named.
. Michael O' Irons II, in and to the ahore described
property, on 2Mb day of February, A. D-.
a two o'clo Je p. m., at the north door o ths
Court House, in the cite of Rock Ieian". in the
county of Mock Island and stata of Illinois, for
cash la sand, to satisfy said rzeention and fee
bill. FREDERICK C.OEMENWS.V.
"bens' of Kock Island County. Illinoia.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposal will be recerred at the city
Ckrk's once. in the city of Voek Islacd, 111.
until Monday. March 4, 1895. at 6 o'clock
p . m.v for ronsrrurtinc the imptorement or
aered by an ordinance entitled: Aa ordi
nance fur the Improvement of alleys in blocks
O" one (1). two . thirteen (13). foor e-n (141
Bad nffenlli). in the city of Kock Island, bnown
as Old Towa and b!s?k one (1 1, two ( !. tur (31,
ten (10) and e'ercn (lit, in SpencT A Ca-e's ad
dition to the city or hock Island and state of 1111
nois ." nssed Seb. 4. ISiO. and for furnlhtne all
the materials and doias the work according- to
plans sod specifications on file at tne city cierst
Blank bids will be fumishei oo application.
All bids must be accompanied with a
certified cheek in the sum of lire hundred
dollars (S'OOI on some Kock Is and bank.
aarsh'e to the ord r of the nia-or of
said city, which shall b-enme forfeited to said
city, incase tie bidder shall fail to enter lito
contract with aupmved snretlcs to en-cute the
work for the price mentioned In his bid and so
cording to tbe plans and gpecificatiias in the
event that the contract slrili be awa'ded to him.
Contractors an-rrniilren to furnish samples of
brick, wilh which work is to be done. Brick
nsed in thi work must correspond with tbe sam
ples in quality and style
Bock island, 111.. Feb. 11. 15.
A. D. HU USING, City Clerk.
RnnroasintSnrr nmnnc other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance.Com-
panies tbe following:
Bochester Oermsn Ins Co...
Rochester, W T
Wotrhrster Fire "
Buffulo tiers an M
Spring (-onion "
Merman Fire '
New Hampshire "
Milwaukee Mechanics '
Bnffalo, N Y
.. Manchester N II
.New Haren, Conn
Office Corner Eighteenth street
and Second Avenue, secon floor.
Telephone No. 1047.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
HATES ft CLEAVILAITB
Representing ore 40 If il lion Dollail
of Cask assets
Tire Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Surety ship.
OFFICE Bangstonw block Bock Island, Ills.
IVBecars oar rates; they wUl interest you.
J. M. BUFORD.
Genera . . .
Ths aid Tin and Tims-trtea Cbtapaalaa
I T tSAss-A, T0i4
1 sktWaABaf diWsatsar SMIL.
Bataa as tow as any sella hie company cam afa
Tour Petrosal ta so) letted.
a t " "
A NARROW ESCAPE!
Kow it Happened.
The foiiowlnz remarkab!" errnt In alndys
life will intrnit the rentier: "Knra Urns tin 1
had a n-rririle pain at my hr-art. whi-h llut
tend almis,t injtfssantly. m no appetite
and ctKild mrt Mt- p. I would l-e ronipellvd
to sit up in nd an' tx lrh eas frm iny sttmi
nrb ur.til I tliouuht every minuie would he
my Inst. There sit a feeling of oppressicn
niioct my heart, and I was afraij to draw a
full breath. I rculdn't aweep a ronta with
out sittin? down and reMins: but, thank
Uid. by the lu-lp of New Heart ( lire all that
it p,v ami I f 1 Mke aroilier womaa He
forv nini tlie Xr"T 11-nrt Curst I bad taken
different so-called remedies and been treated
by dir-tnr without any benefit until I was
Ih:Ii ilU-iHin rcl and ciissuMed. My husband
IxHiilit mc a Ixittlo of Dr. Miles' New Heart
Cure. and am Ii:tpp7 tossy I nuver reirretted
I'. as 1 notv havn a splendid appetite ana
sleep well. I weighed t!5 pounds when I be-
fan taking tlie remed.v. and now I welch 1:)'$.
ta elfert In my case Las teen truly marvel
ous. It far surpasses any other medicine I
have ever taken or any benefit 1 ever re
reived from physicians." Mrs. Harry Starr.
Pottsvlllo. I'a.. October 12. Me.
Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure Is sold on a posi
tive guarantee by all drusgints, or by the Dr.
Miles Medical Co.. Elkhart. Ind on receipt of
price, $1 per bottle, six bottles f-V. expresc pre
paid. This sreat iliscovery by an eminent
specialist in heart disease, coutalna sKiUsttr
opiates nor dangerous drugs.
Connelly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Uw.
Crfflce secon rl floor, over Milchell Lyndtw
baaa. Moesy to loan.
Jackson & Hurst,
Attorneys at Law.
Office in Bock Island National Bank boildlnp.
a. o. ivniir. a i viun.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Councillors at Law
OSes In Beers ton's Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Leral bnsiness of all kinds promnt'r attanuod
to. State's Attomey of Hock Island county.
Office, roatoffles Block.
McEniry & Mcllciry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money oo gooi security; mate enPee
trnns. Hefrrence. Mitchell Ltmlo, bankers.
OAoe, PDStofllcs Blocs.
Dr. R. Jay,
Office at Staasscn's llrery stable. Telephone
E L. Mar.-iton, M. D.
Offioa over Baits at Ulleraeyer's drug store.
Besldence 732 Twenty-fourth street. Office
telephone 1087. Bestdenca u lephone laSt.
Office hoars to 11 am and t to 4 and ft to 8 p m
Dr. B. O. Miller,
Over 10 years experience. Makes marvelous
cares la Acute sad Chronic diseases. Eh irnaTisa
sad SxtnuLaia Included. O.Tce U09 Second av.
Ofllce boars t s. m. to p. m.
Dr. Chas. II. Robertson,
Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat Only.
Offlca, Whrttaker Block, sou lowest comer
Tbirsl aad Brady streets, isasenport. Iowa
IT and IS. Boors: to 11 a. at, 1 loft p. m.
J. a. lauowisn, . o. . a. babtb, a. o.
Ere. Barth & Hollowbosh,
Physicians and Snrgeoaa.
iTIlSlatat. " llsS
tO to IX a. m.
. Stem a, a.
1 to x and T u I p. m.
A RCH rf atCTS.
Drack & Kerns,
Architects and Superintendents.
Boms T M C A BaCdlray, cor Third ateaae
aad Nineteenth s.re.t-
EdwTird Is. Harnmatt,
OaVes. Booa 41. Hit chell Lvuda Bnfldlaft.
Geo. P. Standahar.
FJaas and swsernrlennencs) for a l class of
Bandlnra. Boosaa S3 and SB, allicaell Lynda
BuHdlac Take slers.
W. A. Darllns.
ft. Mltcban a Lisas' buUdict.
R. M. Fearoe,
at and SI hi atlwkan Liadas i
a. a. ooanixT. a. o. oonnELxr.
WOBKMEy S HOMES.
A Study of the Housing of the
SPECIAL REPORT PROM a D. WRIGHT
Original Law That Slakes Home Buying
Easy. Easier Ttuua Payiaz Rent for the
haune Hanabar mt Yearj Homes for
Worktasunea Built em Improved P aa
d m Momsy-alekrwa; Basis A Batch mt
S'acts freaa Earopw.
WASnrSGTOS, Feb. 15 The United
States commissioner of labor, Carroll D.
Wright, has transmitted to cong-ress his
eighth special report. The title of the re
port is, "Tbe Housing; of tbe Working
People," and It has been prepared under
tbe direction of the commissioner by Dr.
E. R. Is. Gould, formerly a statistical ex
pert of the department. Dr. Gould, when
recently abroadspent considerable time
in studying the problem In the principal
centers of Great Britain, France, Bel
gium, Germany and Scandinavian coun
tries. The report covers thirteen chap
ters Chapter 7 treats of public interven
tion in the housing of working people,
giving the most notable laws which have
been passed and furnishing data showing
the encouragement accordod by munici
palities and various public institutions,
lime Baying Made Eusy.
The Colgin law of 183) permits tho
general savings bank of that country to
loan money at reduced rates of interest
through joint stock and co-operative loan
or building companies, founded on cer
tain conditions, and also provides for the
insurance of the purchaser's life, so that
in case of diath the home immediately
becomes the property of the family of the
deceased. Cnder it the acquisition of a
home is made so easy that where tho
period of repayment by installment ia
fixed at fifteen years or over, the actual
cjst of tbe purchaser is less than prevail
ing rentals during the same time. An
other important feature of tho law in the
institution of what may bo called semi
official committees of good works, who
act as intermediaries between the general
savings bank and local loan com pant es as
well as between the latter and their cli
ents. Their services are called in requisi
tion in other ways, notably in assisting
local authorities in carrying out sanitary
Healing with the Tenant Class.
Chapter 8 furnishes information regard
ing rent collecting and other agencies for
improving the living environment of
working people. Special stress is laid
upon the plan adopted by Miss Octavia
Hill as a means of dealing successfully
with the poorer and less desirable tenant
class. It shows how this clement in the
population has been managed successful
ly both from the economic and moral
standpoint. The distinctive characteris
tic of this plan is that tho inhabitants
and their surroundings must be improved
simultaneously. The Kdinburgh Social
union, which carries on its work on a
commercial basis, represents another
type fully described. Wealthy people, for
the most part, belong to the organization,
become purchasers of old dilapidated
property, put it in good order and rent it
to the casual boarders and others who find
it difficult to procure proper accommoda
tion, lady members undertaking tho vd
inistration of the property.
haecessfol Financial Results.
Most successful financial results have
attended both of these plans, vis: That
adopted by Miss Hill and her associates
and that by tho Edinburgh Social union.
Chapters 9, 1U and 11 comprise more than
one-half of tho volume, deal with model
housing under three phases block build
ings, small homes and lodging houses. A
history of leading agencies and the finan
cial result attending their operation are
"The general lesson gleaned from a
study of the facts in these three chapters,"
the report says, "is encouraging. It
shows that the proper housing of the
great masses of working people can be
conducted on a satisfactory commercial
basis. With the development of rapid
trausit, in the electric age just dawning,
possibilities will be greatly increased.
The potency of real rapid transit as a fac
tor in relieving congested districts and
extending popular proprietorship of
homes is not yet fully understood."
Facts af deal hlaineaaea.
Chapter IS deals with the economic and
ethical aspects of Improving housing.
Under the latter facts of great signifi
cance, gleaned from official inquiries in
several European cities, showing tho rela
tion of bad housing to intemperance, im
morality and crime, and the Improve
ments resulting from amelioration in
living environments are quoted at length.
"It is clearly shown," the report con
tinues, "that the rents paid for inferior
accommodations are equal to and often
higher than those charged by model com
panies established on a purely commer
cial basis and earning good commercial
returns. Tbe rent payer is therefore in a
position to properly reward any effect
made to improve his living; surroundings,
and capitalists and public spirited citi
zens can profitably house the bona fide
laboring population and provide them
with good homes. Dealing with the
shiftless, drunken and the immoral ele
ment, in urban population U entirely a
different question, and must be consid
ered as a separate phase of the problem."
Model lodging houses everywhere have
turned out to be thoroughly remunerative
investments. The experience of Glasgow
may be studied with great profit. More
than this, they are of Incalculable benefit
in preventing over crowding and immoral
ity. Chapter reviews some of tbe more
important conclusions and closes with
the significant observation that the gener
al teaching of tbe present inquiry affords
in most respects a certainty and in others
more than a responsible probability that
a final solution of a difficult social proto
lem can be wrought out along economic-
llseUcM Alderanasi Sfebhwd.
Chicago, Feb. Is. Peter Slbenaler, as
alderman of Menominee; Mich., came to
town and in leas than two hours was
mourning the loss of S73, obtained by con
fidence men. Tbe latter met him on the
street and called him by name The
rest of tho chapter tells of a saloon,
game cf dice, and the results tho loss of
Priama rstrsUaamd Set Eupeltesl.
Bucharest, Ron mania, Feb. 15. It is'
semi -officially announced that there is no
truth in the rumor circulated In Berlin
that Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria had
been expelled from that country aad fcsfl
fled to Roumnnla.
ISAAC PUSEY GRAY IS DEAD.
Ilalster to atesiew Dies as Pmenaaoaia at
the Mexican Capital.
Crrr or Mexico, Feb. 15. Minister
Isaac P. Gray died at 7:05 last evening.
Be was unconscious when he arrived here
and he died without regaining conscious-
nosaL United States Minister Gray ar
rived here yesterday morning with a Re
vere case of pneumonia. The Pullman
car conductor found him unconscious at
Sam. He was carried fromfthe train en
a stretcher to the American hospital. Dr.
Bray was In attendance. and Informed Mrs.
Gray that he would not live the day out.
Consul General Crittenden was with him
to the end. He had been sick all the way
down from St. Louis.
Isaac Pusey Gray was born in Chester
county. Pa., Oct. 1323. His ancestors all
belonged to the Society of Friends, his
great grandfather having emigrated from
England with William Penn, and settled
in Chester county. His parents moved
from Pennsylvania to Urbana, O., in lSf;
thence to Montgomery c ounty In i8X;
thence to New Madison, Darke county, in
lfUi There they died, lsaao Gray re
ceived a common school education, and
being ambitious and of studious habits he
early entered upon tho study of law.
His poverty, howaver, compelled him to
accept a clerkship in a mercantile house
at New Madison. Here his close applica
tion and strict integrity soon raised him
to a partnership in the business and In a
few years he became sole proprietor of the
establishment. ' In ltSii be removed his
family to Union City, Ind., where he re
sided fur many years, and where after
successfully continuing the mercantile
business for a few years he entered upon
tho practice of law.
Mr. Gray's war record was good. Ho
was colonel of the Fourth Indiana cavalry
and recruited the One Hundred and Forty
seventh tnfautry. He was elected to con
gress in lSJ'itf, and two years later to tbe
suite senate. He acted with the Repub
licans during the war but since 1S71 had
been a Democrat. In 1870 he was elected
lieutenant governor by tho Democrats
and in 184 governor. Since then he had
practiced law until appointed minister to
Mexico. Ho was influential in Indiana
politics and very courteous in address.
The steamer La Gascogne is now being
repaired, and will be ready for its return
trip by next Wednesday.
Prominent ministers of all denomina
tions and leaders of the Woman's Chris
tian Temperance union in South Dakota
are waging a vigorous fight against tbe
proposed divorce bill. They have issued
an appeal to the people of the state for a
petition against it.
Mrs. Millison Prcshor, agod 01 years,
who was one of Wisconsin's fonr surviving
pensioners of tho war of 1812, is dead.
Ftvo generations were present at her
The Rev. Andrew H. Randahl, pastor of
the Swedish Evangelical Lutheran church
es at Ehijo and Highland Grove, Minn., has
brought, suit for rli.OUJ damages against
tbe publishers of Th9 Augustana, a church
magazine, in which he says he was widely
published as a liar and a swindler.
On Tuesday, the day sot for his wed
ding. Dr. H. W. StovetV'of Kahoka, Mo.,
was found frozen to death in Rocky Hol
low, near Kahoka.
At East Tawas, Mich., there was a dis
pute recently as to the renting of a pew,
and the Rev. Mr. Brueck, the pastor,
chopped up the pew with an ax while one
of the disputants was occupying It. Ho
has now been sued for $10,000 damages by
tho aggrieved church member.
Dcnig & Ferson's block at Columbus,
O., was burned. Loss, tlOO.OJO.
At tho eighth annual banquet of the
Rochester (N. Y.) chamber of commerce
Governor McKinley, of Ohio, spoke on
By a vote of 33 to 23 the resubmission
of tho prohibitory amendment was de
feated in the North Dakota house of.
representatives. The next proposition
will bo for 91,(00 licenses for cities, leav
ing prohibition ii the other parts of the
The interstate commerce commission
has suspended the long and short haul
clause of the interstate commerce law so
as to enable railroads to carry at cheaper
rates to points in the Nebraska region of
The Knights of Labor general executive
board has decided to employ lawyers to
test the validity of the new United States
An attempt was male by strikers to
murder Manager Humphrey, of the Buck
eye glass works, at Martin's Ferry, O. A
bomb was exploded in the office where he
was supposed to be sleeping. It was the
second attempt on his life.
President Cleveland has signed the bill
that gives Chicago a new postoffia.
The Associated Press, at its annnal
meeting at Chicago, elected Victor F.
Lawson president, Horace White vice
president and Melville E. Stone general
manager and secretory.
Governor Oglesby Improving.
SPBISGFIELD, Ills., Feb. 15 Reports
from Elkhart state that ex-Governor Ogles
by is steadily improving and there is every
reason to believe that he will be com
pletely recovered In a few days. His fam
ily had received a great many telegrams
expressing pleasure at the news of his im
provement. Both houses of tho Illinois
legislature adopted resolutions expressing
gratification at the favorable news and
the fervent hope that the ex -governor will
be "preserved for many years of useful
ness to that state which owes so much to
his statesmanship, rugged honesty and
Meeting of the Brick makers.
Cleveland, Fob. 13. One of the papers
road at the convention of the National
Brickmakers' association was by J. A.
Buckstaff, of Lincoln, Neb., relating his
experience in the manufacture and laying
of paving bricks. It was interesting and
greatly appreciated by the delegates. A
general discussion upon the subject of
"Can Shale Paving Brick Be Toughened
by the Annealing Processr" was led by
Captain W. S. Williams, of Canton, and
was participated in by several speakers,
who said that it could.
Old Colored CampU Crusuatad
Galtestox, Feb. 15. Fine consumed a
small shanty in the wast end of the city
before the lire department, hampered by
a heavy snowfall, could teach the spot.
Tbe occupants, an old colored couple
named Jordan, were burned to death.
Kashttlle, Feb. IS. The senate by a
vote of 4 to 4 passed a bill to prohibit life
Insurance of children ander Ik wean of
New York Financial. ; .
New York. Feb. 14
Money on call easy at lt-ifci per cent.
Prime mercantile paper n3,t per cent. Ster
lins: exchsnite stead r. With actual business in
banker.' bills at -SitfJMS' for demand aad
lfS'63 'or sixty days; posted rates STHi5
" and 4S&i-.'-; commercial bills -sstit
bilvor certificate SHH bid; bar silver, W-4
Unite! States government boudt 5's re?.
115: 4s con.mns 11 4's rcg. 114: 4s
ruiiptua llOJg; -' rS- 'S i'aciac tl"s of VS
' Cbieaso Grain aad IrwJaest.
Chicago. Feb. 14.
F ".owing were th3 quata ijns on the
Boarl f Trjde todar: Wheat -Fjhraary,
opened 5'l4c. -loed 5hc: May. opeue 1 Si'-jc,
ciused aU-je; July, opened Mc, closed
torn Fetmuu-y, i;ou-iual. ciused Uez
kUy, fp-ned 4c. closed 45Vs Ju y. cp ne.1
44Sc il-s.-d 44"ac. tata-Fj iruary, nomi
nal. tltd s;?.-: Slav, open-d a-?-, closed
f'sr: Jitnj. n miiuil. rusv-d ,ir". 1'ork
Feoruary. txuniua . cl-wi-d '.!; .Vay,
opvnei $!i'.Hi, dosed I0 li 1-ard-rVb-ittary.
I'r.xlife: llutu-r Kxtra creamery. c
p.-r I : fersh dairy. c: pack. ok stuck,
r'-ns-Krtult st-jrk. l'V'"c pi't J jI 1 uIT.
Ire-ee.l p itiltry-Siirii.it chickens. r4fpc per
lb; turkoys. Ullc: du ks. Sjlc; jf-se. 7
tj,IO fotat' e- Barbuiks. gojd to t hiiico,
fcl ju.' fcer bit; H-b.-mi. ftl lJ ; Early Uore,
i;&Ulc Sarcet p itatoa 111 nois, l.2 .fci.tr I
pjr hlL t ruul't-rri.-s Jersey , $1 VMi'all.lM
perbbl. Honey - Whit . clover. I-lb sections,
no or stock. lS'elUc: lirokoa c.ituu, Untl-t;
dork comb, pjvr p tckag.-a. So; slraiiel Call
fur uu, Dtittc
C hi: ago Lira stock.
Cllic.uio. IVb. 14.
Live Stoek-Priics at the Unio i S-o -k yards
today rsngel us fuliowa: U ;,-h - 4 tiia tel
receipts tor tbe day 3,lil; silj ruiJl at
S .'.w ;!,;. Oi pitcs, S ;.n.r.l.ii li.'ilt, SJ.iO r.4l 5
rout;U I'ackui;. t!.K) 443) m.ed, imltl.iU
4.42 bmvy MukiuK auJ shipping iota.
Ottlo-Estimated receipts for the day,
T.ttli; quotations rangei at $i.oifijLjOcboicj
to extra r,u piiug stceri. $1. Utiltfi pi to
choice do, 4.U,4.."0 fair t. gni. Sl.3V3l.0l
common to inejium d. SMiijtlrjii butjuers
sSt-cra. . 105fri!i 1 s.'ockers SiUUsAOi loil-tra,
$l.3irjs.i ows, ii t 'iil.i beiforii. S;uit(4 01
I. Q.Li. S-(ij il 1J IVx '.s steers, and $12
8a-p Eeatitnvetl welpti fir t!i3 day,
II. oo. silt-s riiig d at t.'.tir.iLtl wsttrns
fci .l'y 3.7-1 Texaui, J- 'JJ t!,4.4' natives, aud $ i.M
it'l l) lambs.
1 Its I.ora.1 isarfeetr .
Bay Ttmotb. tl3t1: npiar.il S10QI1I:
srtld. XaaflO; slough, 5&$7; baled. (9.
re err Aisn viuctables.
Unions 3Uc put os.
Barter Fair to choice, S0a; fresh creamery,
Egcs Fresh, 253.
Poultry Chickens, 4c; turkeys, Tc
un BTOOK. x
Tattle -Butchers pay for corn fed steers
SHS: cows and heifers, SSs&'.u.; calves
8prig iamb. BtfQSc a ponnl.
Coal Soft. 10c
Wood $3.50 per cord.
Wool 14c per pound.
Wnej Baby was sick, ste gate her Castorta.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castorie.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla.
Whm thn had rhililrrn. shn jimntlasn fastis fct
Children Cry for
Many Internal rcniHllefi arr belne-pklllfnltv I
llnDtlfrliuiy ndvnir(I. irifestnirtft IHhortrn i
k Ltttwr. Lew-wu Pains of Child-birth. 2
Lntcand wiib W'tnUrfuiinontstMtcnriV'rrgu i
, nsrn.urw( ssi t minun nonse Piionia
r tench nnr wumiin that n nrciinrntlnn a1npted 1
f f.ir MKVSTKI AL lISORUICK!4 wtlf not
kDreu:iro Uie fttiii for ("blld-blrtb: mi thn t
contrary, in frrTM! rrmiiet at tliii time ma j
b imperii oer me. e eunrwniiy kit bkwahc J
I of all Pdcb; the tntnnoL, at tills critical 2
perttKl.do any pMiIMo iiikkI. and tbctr u 1
idbt prtiTo mini, n in.fjiiij o ppriuent IX
P ternal tretttment while tncirntv. tbo relax-1
p Intr and nl tnnmur n'l the tart. that tbe hour i
k nt hild-blrtb I robbed of Ita terror: and nog
k remedy .n enrth cluer tblfl bot M MOTH- 2
;EKH FRIt-ND.- For fortlior Utiontm-l
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It cleanses, heantlltes snrl saves ths teeth
Thisrliitifneels pnt in tuls-s and Is nioredsalr
atile and eenntimical than frntln or I1qu.1l. it rm-
1 ii-iici., Kir 11 iiruuiniT can. rne cleunsiuff
1 and presiTYin elements that eleven Year's fx'
I perieuceattlieouuU ctuur tuu praveu nm vajoabls.
. . ... . r-i... "i . numiin OseiniS JJetlU-
rriee.aa tt is an antlM-pr ir and prof ihr lar-llc nnrjer
ation. Foraaleby all druggist. Take no others
Pamphlet oa -CARE OF TEETH" mailed free.
WuhM ETtrjthlBg Item a Tiro
SUk &BlksIiW to Cireot Tout
No. 1724 Third Ave.
V. M. PARKER.
Telephone No. 121 4.
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Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Iafisnts
and Cbildrezu It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantco is thirty years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria dest roys Worms aud allays
fevcrishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tbe Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
" Castoria is aa excellent oiedioiDe for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good street upon their cllilden.,,
Da. G. C. Osooon,
" Cantoris U Hie best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria In
stead of tbe variousquack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throat, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Da. J. F. Knrmrioc,
Tho CetstaKr Caaapsury, TT
Fiva Ft r Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
3 M HrrRD. P.-i-Mt'ent.
K V. llENKHt-N. Vt-e (-resident.
P O UasriA'iT. ( a-hivr.
Began bnsiness Julys. if.l, a'd orcui.y U.e
S. It. cur ilitchcll & Lyude's new building.
T F. BURKE,
Steam and Gas Fitters.
Bock island Heating
and Plumbing Co.
Hot Water Heating
119-121 E. 17th St.
Bock Island, HL Tel. No. 1288
Sola Agents for the Farman.
All kin in of carpenter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
T. e BOUsf aflBLD
Plumbers, StccHi, Gas Fitters.
House Heating and Sanitary Plnmhii-i;. Basement Rock Island Nat. Bank
Contractor and Builders
Shop and Residence No. 811 Third avenue.
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE. NO: S821 SIXTH AVENUE.
8hop on Vice Street. POCK ISLAND.
l"4a9al Ff WJsUfsl
One block from Central Park, largest la Iowa,
3S2 O S3 33 IHl
City 'Bus and Express Line
For Bos or Express Line telephone 1141, and you will reoeire
prompt attention. - - - .
TTtTR aTStTi k HB at EFSBCESL, Props.
" Castoria is so weil adapted to chil.lren that
I recommend it as superior to any pruachptioai
known to me."
Tf. A. Ancnn, If. ft.
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
Our physicians in the children a depart
ment have spokea highly of their experi
ence in Uieir outside practice with Outoria,
and altlraufrh we only have amort r. our
auedical supplies what is known as refruLir
producta, yet wears free to confess that tba
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
Uisited Hospital skd DtsFwaaav,
Atxsa C Sarrrn, Pres., .
Marxmy Straw t, Haw Tark City.
Ineorporateil Uniier the
C F Lynde, C TsmikniaBn,
John 'rubaogh, Phil Mitchell,
U P Hull. I. Himou.
K W Hurst, J It Buford,
JarKsoa A UuawT, folicl'.ors. .
Sec. and Tress.
Geaerml Johblntr done on ebort notice
end MUafactioa gnrvbtce4
the Brady straat
itlf oa aaad.
Vn Brady street, Psesapiirt. Ia