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THE ARGUS; MbttDXtm MAKCH 4, 1895.
HucsinQ t2 Hocft
Representing among other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the following:
Koebester German In Co...
Wewhester Fire ...
Bocbester. W T
...Buffalo, b T
... Manchester N U
.... Milwaukee. Wl
Buffalo Uerv an
Spring (tardea "
iMmni Fire "
Milwaukee Mechanics -ttecarity
...Mew Haven, Cons
Office Corner. Eighteenth street
ana &econa Avenue, second floor.
Telephone No. 1047.
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
HATES 4 CLEAVZLAUB
rttrrewating over 40 Million Dollaf
of Cash, well
Ttra Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Snrvryshipv
O F FlCnBeagatoa'a block Bock Island, lib
J. M. BUFORD.
General . . .
Tba old FUa aad Time-tried Coapaalea
Losses ProxnptlT Fall.
Btaa aa low aa any reliable eompaayeaa afora
Tou Patronage ta aoliettad.
State Savings Bank,
Moline, III., Office Corner
Fifteenth St. and Third Ave,
fncceec's tbe Molina Savings Tank
4 Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
nrgan'sed under State lawn.
Open from 8 a. m. to p. tn , and
ntcdnerday and Sal unity nights froai
Ports Skuikir, - - President
Hisa Dabuxs. - Vice President
C F Hejihwat, - Catbler
B II AlSSWORTH, GSO.H EDWARDS,
C F IlajiKKWAT, C A Boas.
C B Aisswohth, W H Adams,
W W WILLS.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
arts far prrrato parties la Ida ardsa
spot of tba west by UM
Orchard State Bank
B. W. IUKT, rWldeai.
. B. Daav Cask l
Mitchell Lead. Bankers.
t. F. Boblatoa, VaahiM Bock lrlwd national
O.C. Carter, at. D.
Qanry Dart's teas. Wholesale Uroon
a 3 .
O e i
S i g!
O rS S g S
rf t9 5 0 a I
H a I
Is a necessity because tbe tonic of winter
air is gone, and milder weather, increased
moisture, accumulated imparities in tbe
blood and debilitated condition of tbe
body, open the way for that tired feeling,
nervous trouble, and other ills. The
skin, mncoaa membrane and the various
organs at rive in Tain to relieve the im
pure current of life. They all welcome
to assist Nature at this time wben sbe
meat needs help, to purity tbe blood, tone
and strengthen the hi boring organs and
build op the nerves.
I was in a ran down condition. I
was weak and nervous and could not eat
anything. I bean taking Hood's fcaraa
perilla and before I bed nnbhed the first
bottle I could see a change for the better.
I kept on takine it and I am now so t bat
I can eat heartily and can da my work."
Mas. Joas W. Peacbet, Alloway, i. J.
"I have found Hood's fiarsapnrill". a
good spring medicine and it relieves that
tired feeling." BrKOETTB Yorso, West
Oneonta, New York. Uei only HOOD'S.
aI f--t tne aiirr-n:nnpr t
flOOu S FlllS tutuiy cathartic
the after-riinnfr pil! and
ErUtenf Philrmoa L. Mitchell, deceased.
Then odor, Igccd having bven appoints eiee-
ii'om of tbe last will and U-S'amenlor t'biiemon I
Mitrhtll late of thecointy of Koe I -lend. Mate
of Illinois, decease, hereh givenotke that tlicy
will appear before the eonnty coart of Hock Inl
and county, at the office of the clerk of sa'd e ttirt,
In the city of Rock Islmd.at tr.e May term, en
the nrst Oondav 'a Kay nex-, at which tiroe all
persons having claims seainat a-d estate are no
tified and req nested to atteiid, f jr the purpose of
having the same adiusteri.
All perrons Indebted tn raid estate are re
quea ed to make immediate payment to toe un
Dated this 3d day of March. A. D.. 1S9o.
W i' Wadsworth. .
Mabt II. Wad wihth,
By virtne of an execution and fee hill Issued
oat of tbe office of tbe dvrk of tbe circuit coart
M Koek Inland countv. and state of Illinois and
directed, to the she iff .! Hock island county,
whereby the raid sherifTIs commanded to make
the amount of a certain Judaroent recently ob
tained azint Yichael o'Donncll. ami tn favo- of
Hannah Hl.ke ont of trie land, tem-m-ms. goods
and chatties of said defendant. Michael O'i on
Dell. I have levied a ion tba following tie -cribed
Krone-! v. to-wit :
Kart (H) one-half northwest ) 6ne-qirtcr
of section (21 twenty-one. towst-hip tl'.) n-oe-teen,
notth range 13) three, eat of the principal
nf rtdian. sttnatea in the county or Ko ( islam,
Therefore. In comnliance Ith said command:!
will expose for sale at public auction all tbe
ruini, line ana loiereei oi ine aoove nnmea,
Michael O'D.tnnell, in and to the above described
DroDertv. on 'J81h dav of Februarv. A. D..
at tai loo'il;k p.m.. at the north door of the
Court House, in the citv of Kock Islan". in the
county of Kock island and state of iluioi. for
cash in hand, to satisfy aid cvoc ttion and fee
hill. FKSDKKK'KU. HEMESWAY.
SherlB of Hock Island Count r.lllinoia.
Notice to Contractors.
Scaled proposals will be received at the citv
clerk's office, tn the city of hock Iflarn. Ill,
until Monday. March 4, 1895. at 6 o'clock
p. m., for constructing the improvement or
dered by an ordinance entitled: ' An ordi
nance for the Improvement of alters in blocs
-0"one (1). two iSi. thirteen (131. fonr:e.n (14)
and flft.en(15l. in the citv of Itock 'vlau'l. bnown
as Old Town, and block one 1 11. two (!, thr-e (:ll.
ten tiui ana e'even til), in Nm-ncir & ae ad
dition to tbe city oi Kork I-land and state of I III-
sois," parsed r eb. 4, losi, and far fnrnl'blng all
the materials ana coin tne work according to
plana aad spe:Ucations on lie at tbe city clerk'a
Blank bids will be furnished on application.
All bids mnst be accompanied with t
certiSed cheek in tbe sura of five hundred
dollars (S'OO) on some Kock Island nana
parable to the ord r of the mavor of
said city, which shall become forfeited to said
city. In esse tie bidder shall fail lo enter into
contrast with approved sureties to execute tbe
work for tne price mentionea in nis wa ana ac
cording to the plans and specifics! i-es in the
event that the contract shall be awarded to bim.
Contractors. are required to furnish samples of
Dries, wtta which work is to be done- ttrick
used in UM work mnst correspond w:la the saa
pies ia quality and style.
Bock Island, llU Feb. 11. 1KPS.
A. B. BL'KSING, City Clerk.
Special Taxation Xotlro.
Notice la hereby g ven to all neraona tcter-
est d, is at ins city council or ine envoi nock
Island bavtar omera tn.t t e altera in DiorK ,
one ill. twoili. thirteen fourteen (I4 and
Sftaea (151 in that i art cf tbe city of Hock Islmd
known a !ld Town." and bocks oeetl), two
(t. three 3i, ten (loi and eleven 111. tn riproeer
A Case addition to the city of Hock Island, all in
the citv cf Kock I'lana. tonutyor nock I'land,
state of Illinois, sha;l be, and the same is hereby
ordered to be curbed wl h three ft) loch plank,
excavated, graded, improved, an.l paved wtin nav
inir brkof the sUndard as nnniled bv ordi-
naaee. 9aid ordinance for s aid improvement is
on file in the office cf tbe ci'y cl-rk of
said city, and said city hts applied to
tha couuty court of frock Island county,
Illlrots. for aa assessment and levy of the
costs of said Improvement upon and from tbe lots
and part, of lots and tracts of Un I cnntignons tl
tbe line of said Improvement h sairi onnnaoee
crderrd to be roostructoi. ia p-opoiiion to ibe
frontage of snrh lots, pans of lot, and tracts of
land niton ita tmproveraent so orierna to oe coa-
struded as aforraa d : and an assessment thereof
having been made and returned to said court, tbe
fnal bearing laerecn will be bad at the March
law term of said court. ommenciur on the
11th dav of March. A. If . I&.
All persons desi. Ing may then and there appear
and make their defense.
Dated at Kock Island, MinV. that Sth day of
February, a. V ltm. w iLLiiMaoirT,
M. I.kb Galt,
JOU J. IXSKA.
fwrNtR.ecn rv ennrr
" yvwasew, neantihes and saves the teeth.
Tbiadnuirriren pot la ittn and Is morerieair
alde and .nuaural than p,.wder ir l,u-l. It era.
bi.liea. aa tmr aa Iw-nufrH-e -n. the ek-ansinc
V" 'e elnienta that eleven yr a ri-p.-rn-m-e
mt 11 oc-uua cir bar proved iaiK valuable.
"!rfnb!ideewnrkbooM naethls DenrJ.
mce. as ItM uunnrnir and profit V Ian ir pr fT-
. . r iii.Kn. i aae nootner.
rasspblet ca CAB OF TEXTH ' maucd Ire.
DEAD ROLL GROWS.
Extent of the Mexican Railway
Horror Yet Untold.
FIVE AUD A HALF SCORE COSFSES
atausjaand from tha Wreck isl Bfany
Maws BeHeved Ta Be Mill A an sag- taw
Debris Woaarted rarvivr Dylus; by
the Wayside and Many Also Dyiag la
the Hospital Fatal Kxplosloa f awl.
haurle Aeld Deatraetivw Firca.
Cittof Mexico, March 4. The rail
way accident is far worso than first re
ports indicated. At least 11.1 bodies have
b.n recoTered from the wreck, and many
still remain embedded in tho debris.
Many bruiacd and wounded passengers
C3Dtinue to arrive in this city from the
wreck. Many of the wounded and bleed
ing were brought into the city on the re
lief train, but hundreds of those able to
walk made the attempt to reach shelter
in the surrounding Tillages and strung
out on tbe way to this city in a pitiable
procession. Many fell by the wnyside
and were afterwards picked op more dead
lion alive by other relief trains, which
followed at intervals. Hundreds nre still
imped at the scene, sitting around small
fires kindled from the wreckage.
Many Fell by the Way .Ida.
Bleeding pilgrims are campel at plocrs
more distant from the disaster and others
are cared for by tbe hospitablo people of
Los Reyes. Lacnmania and Ayotla. Just
what the mortality is it is impossible as
yet to say. It is exceedingly probable
th.it within tho next fewdnya nioro bodies
will be fori nil in secluded spots in the
vicinity of the wreck. Muny thinking
they were strung enough to walk the
twenty-two miles into the city mudo the
attempt. Overeoma by weakness they
sank down by the dosen, and a few have
been found dead where they felL The
military hospital here still echoes with
the grouns of the dying and the delirious
muttcrings of runny unfortunates.
The Ki'Bineer Held RepiMibie.
The Universal, newspaper, makes seri
ous charges against Nuffor, the American
enpinncer, who is held by many to be re
sponsible for the accident. Auffer is now
in prison and will probably receive a long
sentence unless Inter developments throw
a different light on tte affair and materi
ally change public sentiment. Numerous
suits for dnmages arc being prepared
against the railroad company by the rela
tives of those killed and injured in the
wreck. The petitions are being filed be
forejudge Juan Perez do Leon, of the
first department of the district court, who
U busily engaged with his court force 1U
taking the preliminary depositions.
TWO MEN INSTANTLY KILLED.
And Two tHhrra Badly Hurt by aa Eaplo-
aion of ulplarie Acid.
PlTTs-BL'Ktt, March 4. By tho explosion
of a tank of sulphuric acid at McKcesport
two n.cti were instantly killed and two
injurc.l. The killed are: V. It Morgan
and William Nill; tbe injured, William
Laveotc and Mike Sovereitch. The three
firt named were employes of the National
Tube works and were engage;! in trans
ferring a carload of sulphuric acid to a
tank inside the works, buddenly tbe
tank exploded and the men were hurled
Nill was terribly mangled auu died in'
stantly aud Morgan had his neck broken.
Laveote was thrown twenty feet and se
riously injttrod. The head of the tank.
weighing -,nr. pounds, was blown through
the root of the works and alighted on the
roof of a Hungnrinn boarding house near
by. Mike Skvurich was sleeping in an
upstairs room and wben the huge piece of
metal crushed tlirou zu the roof a piece of
plastering struck him on tbe head, in
flicting a deep wound. No cause for the
explosion is assigned.
STEAMSH P "BKEAKS HER BACK."
Bnlta Million Uollsis Lost aad a Couple
off Men dared.
Bostox, March 4. The British steamer
Venetian, of the F urn ess line. Captain
Farrington, from Boston to Liverpool,
struck on "Lower Middlo" ledge, "broke
her back" and is total wreck. Two of
heV crew were badly burned by the burst
las cf a stetinipipu ta a result of the force
of the blow when the steamer struck, and
twenty-one head cf cattle aud a number
of sheep wer.i scalded to death in the
same way. 1 he injured are: Isaac Dowcll,
fireman, London, burned about the head
John Hodges. London, burncjl about the
ne.ia ana arms.
The financial loss is estimated at over
tdUO.uuu. bhc struck fairly amidships, al
most directly beneath tho engine room
and lay balanced upon the ledge until
yesterday morning, at which time it was
expected thnt by lightering the steamer
could be fl iated. The rest of the crew has
Dt.cn taken off safely.
COSTLY BLAZE AT SALINA, KAS,
Property Worth ssa,OOv Uratroyeal aad
Two ilea Hart, Uae Fatally.
SAUMA, M.irch 4. Fire hero wiped out
the Ooer bloc, loss rii,0l, and stock.
consist ng of dry goods and groceries.
TtO.Ouu; the Snlimi Daily Republican, The
Journal and Herald companies, entire
plants, with a loss of ,000 and little
insurance; tireer block, valued at FJO.OOO;
Masonic building, feu.iuo. Other leases
aggrcgnte tt;.,tUJ, divided among fifteen
small urnis, averaging o,000 in each case.
These people hold but little insurance.
The fire is believed to have been of incen
Mitlloa Dot lax Ftra a Torawto.
Toronto, March 4. Fire burned three
comers of (juecn and Yocge streets. Loss
Boycotted tba l aiow Slock Tarda
ST. Lolir, March 4. The carpenters'
district council has declared a boycott on
the product of tbe Union Stock Yards
company and iu action has been indorsed
by tbe trades assemblies and labor unions
of t. Louis. It is claimed by the car
penters' council that tbe company is work
ing the men ten hours per day for about
one-half the union scale.
BepabUcavB Xallaaal I naawai
Washington, March 4. The executive
committee of the Republican National
league is here for a three days session.
The principal business to come before tba
committee will be that relating to the an
nual meeting of league cluba which will
be held at Cleveland, U-, beginning J una
lit next and lasting three days.
WOMEN'S COUNCIL IS DONE. .
Sabakaacw at tKa BesslatlaM wlta Wklea
WASRni6TOK.March 4. The closing day
of the tri-ennial session of the National
Council of Women closed with tbe con
sideration of business matters. A cabinet
to assist the president of the council in
administering executive duties was chosen.
Resolutions were adopted setting
forth the aims and principles of the
council, and forecasting the time when tha
last restriction placed on women in so
ciety, church and state, will be eradicated
from custom, creed and statutes. On
capital and labor the resolutions nrge co
operation instead of competition and the
settlement oi aispuues ny aroicrauon.
The government is arced to set the stand
ard of equal wages far equal work for
men and women, with equal chance or
The closlnir business was the introduc
tion of the newly elected officers. Mary
Lowe Dickinson, oi Kcw xoracity, tne
Incoming president, delivered an address,
fodowed by tho farewell address of May
Wright Sewall, the retiring president.
An address by tha Countess of Aberdeen,
president of the International Council of
W omen, closed the meeting.
WILDE SUES A MARQUIS.
Waata Qaaimbtin Pa la Jail for Libel at
a Gross Chancier.
Loxsox, March 4. The Marqnis of
Queensberry was remanded on ball at the
Marlborough street police court charged
with libeling Oscar Wilde. It appears
that the marquia left with a porter at the
Albermarle clnb a card upon which was
written an offensive) remark referring to
Oscar Wilde. The remark was grossly
indecent, and Wilde Stated that it was
not the first time tbe marquis had done
such things; in fact Wilde and his family
had been the objects ot tbe most cruel
persecution at Queonsberry's hands for
noarly a year and ho proposed to lay the
whole case before the trial court.
Queensbery was arrested, and when ho
came into court his lawyer said ho would
plead entire justification. when the
he words on tbe card were road one ot
them was illegible and the marquis coolly
stated what it was. He wanted to be re
leased on his own recognisance, but the
mugistrate insisted on a surety in LMK).
Romaa Bwereo Agaiast Secret fsswietiea.
Sr. Louis, Mo., March 4. The limit of
time allowed for the promulgation of the
decree sent from Romo last August to the
archbishops, bishops and other dignitaries
of the Roman church in the United
States affecting members who belong to
the Odd Fellows, Sons of Temperance and
Knight? of Pythias, having expired Arch
bishop Kain was asked if he would make
tbe decree public Ho stated emphatical
ly that he would not do so.
Choked by a " Balloon Pqoawker.
Milwaukee, March 4. A penny "bal
loon squawker" caused the death of Wil
liam Malloug, a lad of 15 years. He was
playing on Center street with some com
panions when be accidenally swallowed
the toy, which he had been carrying in
bis mouth, and it lodged in hts throat,
producing strangulation and baffling the
efforts of some men who answered his
cr of distress to dislodge it.
Fownd Dead on tha Steps.
Kenosha, Wis., March 4. J. M. Bower,
who had recently purchased the Tenhagen
House at this place, was found dead on
the steps leading up from the first floor.
There was an impression on the back of
his head as if he had been struck with
some blunt instrument. The general im
pression is he died of heart disease. He
leaves a widow and family at Waukegan.
Women to Lobby tor SauTrage.
CHICAGO, March 4. At a meeting held
in this city it wasdeeided that twenty-five
Republican women should leave Chicago
tomorrow for Springfield to lobby for the
passage of a suflraga bill by the legisla
ture. Mrs. Hannah Crane reported the
result of her visit to Springfield, and said
that while she was not over sanguine she
bad every reason to feel encouraged.
Held for Holahemter's Murder.
CHICAGO, March 4. The coroner's jury,
after an investigation, held Nlo Maraen
for the murder of Fred Holshenter, a
Prussian, whose mutilated body, half
cremated and gnawed by dogs, waa found
on the prairie at Ninety -fifth street a week
ago. The evidence against Maraen, al
though circumstantial, is very strong.
Peaoa Dam la China.
PEK.IX, March . The prospects that
peace with Japan will be speedily con
cluded are exceedingly good. The docu
ments comprising the credentials of the
envoys are nearly ready and the details
are being settled by telegraph. Assum
ing that three will be no hitch in the
preliminaries, the envoys will nrobablv
leave xien xsin aiarcn lu.
Doesn't Deliver Hall Regularly.
Chicago, March 4. The postoffice of
ficials here have recommended to the post
master general to withdraw the mails
from the Indiana and Illinois Southern
railway, which runs from Elfins-ham.
His., to Swiss City, Ind. The reason for
the recommendation is the irregularity
wita wnicn tne roaa aeuvers tne malls.
Seconal Coaala mt tbe Canr Dead.
Sax Remo, Italy, March 4. Grand
Duke Alexis Michaclovits is dead. The
decased should not be confounded with
the Grand Duke Alexis of Russia, tbe
uncle of Czar Nicholas II of Russia.
The dead man was only a second cousin
of the czar and but little is known of
State a Iaaaw EMstaaea -
Chicago, March 4. Some one walked
into the lobby of the Sherman bona, tin.
fastened the telephone in one ot tho long-
distance oootiis, ana waiaea out with it.
So f sr neither the tjaIIoa tine tK. i.l.lt
. - KKHIUUa
people have found either the instrument
The W author Wa Hay Fix pee.
Washi.voto, March 4. The folio wins ara
the weather indications t r twontr-foar hoars
from s p. m. yereraavr For Indiana aad
uinoui A.igm snow, iniowea by elnaria
weather, high northwesterly win la and a cold
wave, ror Lower JiicniK&o Ua-ht snows.
followed by cleanse weather: atrtherlv
winds; alight rise of temperature hi northern
portion this evening. For iowa Clearing and
generally fair weather; norther!y shifting to
westerly winaa: siowiy rising temperature.
ror I pper Micnigaa lrnerally fair weather:
winds shitting to westerly; nut so cold. For
Wisconsin Fair weal her. preceded by local
snows ia the east ara portion; aorthsrly shift.
ing to westerly winds; slowly rating temperature.
The trustees ot tbe Astor aad Lennox
Ubraries and of the Tilde trust fund
Taave agreed to consolidate the three and
give New York the largest publie library
in the country. It will start with 40,0UU
volumes and t3,0uu,0JU endowment. , .j
Professor John Stuart Blakie, anther
and Greek and Latin scholar, is dead at
London aged 88. Ismael Pasha, one
tune khedive of Egypt, bnt who was su
perseded, is dead at Constantinople,
aged 65. .
The Gould property at White Plains,
N. Y, including the beautiful residence
at Ivington, has been attached at tbe
instance of certain bondholders of the
Kansas and Pacific railway, who charge
improper financiering, by which securities
belonging to the St. Louis Soldiers' O'
phans' Home have been sacrificed.
By the explosion ot a boiler In John
McCroom's sawmill, near Adelpbta, O.,
three men named Snyder, Brown and
McBrUle . were blown to pieces,
Schmidt's skull was crushed, McCroom's
legs were broken and Augusburg was
badly hurt about the head and back.
Secretary Gresham will deliver tbe ad
dress at Galena, Ills., on the celebration
of Grant's birthday there, April 27 next.
Three convicts attempted to escape from
a rock quarry near Falsom, Cal., by mak
ing a dash up the cliffs. The single
guard, Ellis, brought all three down with
five shots from his rifle. One of the con
victs is probably fatally hurt.
The latest cabinet rumor from England
fat that Rose be ry will resign the premier
ship within a very short time, owing to
ill-health. He is much troubled by in
somnia. A committee of men and women from
eastern Colorado is at Chicago asking aid
for destitute people in the eastern part of
that state. Tho first need of all ia said to
be feed for live stock.
George Heilman, school trustee at Indi-
anola, Ilia., was found guilty at Danville
of embessling school funds. Tbe pun
ishment fixed was one year in the peni
Ives had to leave Leadvillo, Cola, with
out playing the scheduled billiard game
with Schooler. Bleeding at the nose at
tacked him and was constant until he left
D. Clint Knapp went crazy on a Wa
bash train near Decatur, Ills. All he could
say was "My darling girt. " It was
learned that he had been jilted by a girl
at UiossDurg, "a-
A Cuban named Cordova asked to be
naturalized by Judge Pryor, at New
York, Cordova coolly remarked that he
might become mixed up In the Insurrec
tion going on in Cuba, and if so he
wanted Uncle Sam to fall back upon.
Judge Pryor refused to naturalize him.
The boiler of a westbound locomotive,
drawing a heavy freight on the Central
Gjorgia road, exploded near Weems,
Ala., instantly killing Engineer F. A.
McUuire and Fireman William Beeves.
During tho recent student riots at St.
Petersburg twenty of the students were
badly wounded and arrested, while at
least fifty others are in hospitals.
Rer. Dr. Samuel Wakefield, of West
Newton, Pa, claiming to be the oldest
Free Mason and minister of the gospel, in
point of service, in the world, will cele
brate his With birthday anniversary
Wednesday. He has been a Mason for
A receiver has been asked for the Green
Bay, Winona and St. Paul, the bondhold
ers being the applicants.
Corn new. 44Qf8c
Bar Thwothv. 1130X1 ft: anlaad. MofUll:
sua, aeiuwiv; aiougu aoaw , naiea. 9 v.
FBC1T Attn VaSCTABLSS.
Potatoes Ms rtc .
Onions 90c per oe.
Bator Fair to choice. 18c: fresh cream-
Kggs- Fresh, Wa.
Poultry Chickens, tc; turkeys, 7c
Cattle -Butchers car for corn fed steers
JWft5 . cows and beirera, XKO-'Ji ; calves
Spring lamb. SttOSc a pound..
Wood SUO per cord.
Wool 13c perpnend.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorta,
Whan she waa a Child, aha cried for Caatoraa,
When she became Hiss, she dung to Castorla,
When aba had Children, she gave thena (
Children Cry for
Swsato-tuttold mlr-snea tram m mm ot Mlcae
they cannot overcome.
Caneila Damils4aa Healthy Actioa
I UUKHU llUyUIQuUI t aJIberOrga
ACTS AS A SPECIFIC
It caaues health ta bisons, aad Jay to rejga
tarawgaowt the treats.
. . IT NEVER FAILS TO CURE.
!! Wlfr haU twaaala tin el ftrsatmnst flf lear1atlBT' ft ha?.
atesaaos tnre years without benfflt. After Mnff
torrr noxisfSBoi iiRsPnii,p h rrxiAi.B ni'ri iatiir Use
esui ao asroat cootumc. muKintr and waauinir.
K. 8. ftftYAi,, Ucnderson, Ale.
MlDITCXft KEGTLiTOK CO. AtlairU, ite.
Wines end Liquors.
111! aad 1118 Third At.
pnOTHERO, Do You Know that Far.
LM J Bateznaa'a Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, many ao-caued Soothing Brrupa, and
aaoat lassadies tor ehOdrea are nraiipnssil of opium or naarpahntt
Pa Taw Know tJi optama nMrphine are atuiief t Inr narcotic ntawaw 1
Ta Tew Knew that in moat countriea drargiata are not permitted to sell aaniiillis
wabuut labeling them poisons t
Ta Taw Kway that you atasald not parmit any medicine to ba gtvea your chad
aakas jnu or jam phTslrlsn knmrra'kaat it li rnmposrirl f
Pa Tew Kwwthat Castorta Is a purely sere table preiaratioa. and that a nt mt
poJbUshed with every bottle
Pa Tow Knew that Cartoria Is the
Tisat it has been in use for Dearly thirty years, and that mora Caatorai la now sold than
of all other leanodiea for chfldrea combined f
Pa Tew Kjsww that tha Fateot OfBea Drpsituieut of tbe rnited States, aad of
ether couatriea, have Issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his aarlgns to use the word
Caatarla and its formula, and that to imitate them ia a stabs prison ogeoae t
Pa Taw llsusw that one of the reasons
Castorta had bean proven to be abaalataly fca r atlasst
Be Taw Kasw that 35 awaraare
, or one cent a dose t
Pa Tan aajaaxw that when possessed of
ba kept well, and that may have unbroken
Wall, tha tbiauta are worth kaowiag.- They ara f
Children Cry for
Five Pf r Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
3 M Brrono, President.
9 n Den k a ,mi, Vl-e President.
P Gas km a walt. Cashier.
Began business JuIvS tM. ar.d orenov the
S. B. cor. iS itchell Lynde's uew building.
T F. BURKE,
Steam and Gas Fitters.
R:ck Island Heating
i:J ?lizlii Co.
Hot Water Heating
119-121 E. 17th St.
Rock Island, HL TeL No. 1J88
Soto Agents for the 1
All kinds of carpenter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitterc.
House Heatins; and Sanitary Plumbinjr. Basement Bock Island Nat. Bank
Contractor and Biiilder.
Shop and Residence No. 8i i Third avenue.
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, NO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE,
Shop on 'Vine Street. BOCK ISLABD.
o at ;
ItAkAH f.t tafnra
t .t..-. S-.-aaa.
i ronUEttioa or luartty, !.' per ho Mmni.t SS. Vitb cyryia
Iw-i- Ma,, w. give a written jraarBav to rarest rafa. d tba atmcj. Andrea)
Jksmta aad Altai
rSAt MUiICiaa au riaesisan vmtm.
For sale by T. H. Thomas, Druggist, sole agent. Bock Island, DL
City Una and Ezprera Lino
For Bus or Ezpreu Line telephone 1141, and yon will raoeiTe
rjreacrtptioei of the Inroois Dr.
for rraming thla i
doses ot Castorla ara furnlahed for S5
this perfect prerau-atioa, ycor ehfldrsa may
Incorporated Under the
C F Lynde, F C Denkmann,
John crabaugh, Phil Mitchell,
M P Hull. L, Simon,
K W Burst, 1 M BufortL
jAcxsoa A Uuasr, Solld'ori.
Sec. and Tress
Gen oral Jobbing dose ea abort notice
and satisfaction guaranteed
LOST i IG03
Will aa wm Beta a -sack mm-m Wna WBlTTauS
voosDeMiy, Jas etaal Power i tiWi mi,
fco any cais.. If aoalr-trd. suck Won hies lead a
m a m e aa awaary