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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1&95.
own work." "
How often have you heard a tired woman make this
remark? Very often, no doubt. The
Was made for these noble women who devote
their lives to the comfort and welfare of others.
There are many things that commend this inven
tion, but not the least is this: It makes house
work no longer a drudgery, but a pleasure,
We have tried it;
we know what it can do;
we recommend it
H. SIEMON & SON, Aeents.
1515 Second Avenue. ... ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
fUICAGO, KOCK ISLAND PACiriC
- Kailwav Ticket f an he purchased or bag
linse checked at K & P Twentieto tired depot
or C it I A Y depot corner Fifth avenue and
j'hirty-Brsi etreet. Frank H. Plommcr, Agent.
las. I Win,
le.nv:r Limited iOiimba..
Kt. '.Vorth, Denver K.C..
Omaha A l)e Molniw
tmnha A Minneapolis. .....
Om&hitt le Woine Ex...
fomalia Minneapolis Ex..
Uenver Lincoln A Omaha...
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am trio pm
am f 11:10 pm
am t 5:1,0 am
am I r :10 am
am t x:.rpm
pmjt S:SA am
am it S:SS nrn
Denver, Ft. Worth A K. C.
TiAnl CitV A Ht. Josenll
t 1 45
Jltork island Washington.
proit 7:l am
v : Qictiro m ues Moines. . .
Unfit lrlandftStnart Accom..
pni T :-vi am
pralr 7 .40 am
kock l.lnnd&Bmoklyn Ac.
Arrival. tDepartnre. tDaliy.exeeptoonilay.
Alloihersdslly. Telephone 10D3.
BTJI1I.INGTON BOCTB C.. B. Q. KAIL
way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth
street, M. J. Yours, agent.
Ht. Louis Express ,
ft. Louts Eiurrss
StHrilni, DuhnqueaSt. Paul tS:4Qpmj
BcnrdstowD rasscngcr I Siwpn
r"crilnx, Oubnnue M.Panl V:S6m
tial'jr. l)ai)j except Sunday.
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE 8T. PACL
1'allway Racine A genthwestern Division
Depot Twentieth street, between First and
Becond avenues, B. D. W. Holmes, Agent.
Mail and Express ! trX tn :topm
Ht. Paul Express i 4:00 pm ll:3nnm
Freight and Aecommodafn. n:oo tn 7:3Hpm
Daily vxcopt Hnnday.
ock Island Peoria Railway
Depot First Avecne and Twentieth street.
TRA1NB. I av
i:"aMliTn"Ex "Tiie Trtlby'V . . I :V am
Ivnris a ot Louis Hall Kx... I s:ir am
Espresa ; 1:4") prn
lvorit Acrnm. Freight ' :10 pm
I'.iliK- (via rikerrurili Accom. 8:Jum
ahle. Accommodation '. H:10am
11 :l am
h. M pm
i uhl Accommodation ..... 8:.tml
I'ass'-cjrer trains leave C, H. I. A P. (Mollne
ivin;,r) depot live (5) minutes tarller than time
riven. Trains marked daily, all other trains
daily except Harjday.
Diklingtoh, Cedar Rapids a
J Northern hallway, depot toot of Brady
street, Davenport. a. Morton, Uea. Tk't A
1' ivenpnrt Train.
Laava I Anniva
F S'Mli:sjr .
i4 :: pm,bl(l:J5 am
m bO :4S tm
tNorth. itbouih .
r2:40 pm ;i!l:a
a Winy, nuany excopi ennaav. TUoms nor.b.
t lolne Honth and eat. No. 18 runa between
C .'''r Kspids and Weat Libeity.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
In Effect Jane 30.
Lv ltork Island
U A P Depot
Lv Idirk Island
Twentieth st Dctot
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Ar Coiumbas.. ....... .
Ar la'-ksonvtlle...... .
Ar M Lonls
Ar I incoin
Ar Terre Uautr
4 a ami 8 00 ami 140pm
4 3? am 8 SS am
1 45 pm
5 00 pm
7 17 am
7 Si) am
8 11 am
7 SO am
8 JA pm
8 40 pm
6 fi am
8 M m
9 Vt nm
9 07 ami 1
T 0 pm i
6 15 pm
10 SO am
II tit urn
1 10 pm!
14 05 pm
KOCK INLAND TO ST. LOUIS.
Train leaving Rock Island at 8:00
a. m. carries through coach to St.
Louis, parsing through Pekin, Hav
ana, bpnnjrtield and Latcblield.
Lines east of Peoria carry through
roaches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
1 oivtiu 1uiidi. CmwtJ
Olorr.l pDi,lt ACIlS. U.I VTf
i.T't in Month. Hatr&iiinsf W rlt COOK.;
t'airmm. 111., lor proof f ctiivm. Mpl-f
u. a. oomnixT. m. b. oonuxr.
Connelly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
Office second floor, over Mitchell A Lmdc'i
bank. Money to loan.
Jackson & Hurst.
Attorneys at Law.
Office la Kock Island National Bank building.
a. o. swaiaar. c l. wiutm,
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Councellors at Law
OiSee In Benirston's Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Lepal bnslnees of all Mnda nrorcptiy attended
to, State's Attorney of Kock Island
Office, Poetofflee Block.
McEniry & McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan tnoner on rood enritr: mace collec
tions. Reference, Mitchell Lynda, bankers,
Office. Poetofflee Block.
Drack & Kernr,
Architects and Superintendents.
Rnnm 9 T M C! A BaUdlne. cor Third avenoe
and Nineteenth street.
Geo. P. Stauduhar,
piana and ancertntendenra for all c'.&af nf
Balldinga, Kooms AJ and 65, Mitchell A Lynda
Bnlldlna. Take elevator.
Dr. V. H. Ludewig
Specialist o( Eye, Ear
Nose and Throat,
fifllce In Trceman's new baildlns. corner Sev
entevnth street and Third avenue, hock Island.
Telephone No. 1US3.
Dr. Chas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Office, Wnlttakor Block, sootnwoet corner
Third aad Brady streets. Davenport, Iowa
Kncms IT and IS. Honrs: 9 toll a. m..l to 4 p.m.
W. A. Darling,
Boom 4. Mitchell A Lyndc's bulldinc.
R. M. Fearce,
Rooms 29 and 31 In Mitchell A Lynda's new
Bnildlng. Take elevator
W. J. YOUNG, JR.
The Elegant Electric Light Steamer.
W. A. Blaib, Maiter; L. B. Si'iTXB, Clerk.
Leaves Rock Island for kiiscatine. New
lio'toD. Keithebuty, Oqaawki, and Bar
And Fridav, at 4:30 p. m.
Nice rooms and Kood meals. Spec 'el rates
to parties of Ave r more who wish to
make tbe ronnd trip. The Yonnz has
been very recently enrchsaed and otted
np for this trade, and t n H surpassed by
anytbinfr on the MisMJtipjii for elegance
GEOKGE LAMONT A SON. Agents.
Diamond Joe Line Warehouse,
vigor of nm
tatily. Ooickly, Pemanently Restored.
arroiiiiy, ana an tne train
01 evils i mm early ermrs or
later ciresw-i. iue resuitsol
overwora. su Knesa, worry.
etc. t nil si renenh. devel
opment and tone given to
aevery orpan and port'on
of the body. Himple. ut-
I oral methods. Imnuedi-
t ate imDmrsmect aen.
Pailnre immwible. 2.tt referenrca. Book.
ejxpianatiJin aaa proou maura (seeuea; iree.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y
Seem to Fill the Woods in Mis
FEEE COINAGE WITH A WHOOP
Goea Tbroagk la tbe Conventloa Held a
Pertla Sprlegs ltljod Presides and the
State Central Committee la Bat Down
Upon Bis; Gathering- of the Iowa De
mocracy with the Same Qaestioa la
Front Political rield Notes.
Pertle SrciNGS, Ma, AUfc. 7. Free
silver ha9 conquered in Missouri, as it did
in Illinois. Tbe so-called gold, "or sound
money," adherents were so overwhelmed
by tbe superior generalship and numeri
cal BtrcDglh of the free silver leaders and
forces that they niado but a vtry laint
effort to stny the onslaught of tho white
metal adheronts. Bland said in opening
tho convention that tha Djmocrats of
Missouri had assembled to adopt resolu
tions fur tbe free coinage of silver, to
select a state committee which was in
sympathy with the popular will, and how
well his prophesy was carried out tbe re
sult of the convention toils. Tbe report
of tho committee on permanent organize
tion, which practically snows under the
old committee, was adopted with but one
or two dissenting voters.
Bland Ueld the G tveL
Tho resolution committee report for
free and unlimited co:na0 at 10 to 1, re
gardless of any foreign nation, was car
ried with a hurrah and expedition seldom
seen in any convention; and further
more, men were selected to nominate del
gates favorable to silver to tho national
Democratic convention in 131 As a
whole, tho friends of silver are feeling
hnnny. and congratulations aro in order.
The con vou tion convened promptly at 'J p.
iu.witb Bland in thoclnir. Resolutions for
an Increase of tho stnto central commit
tee we.ro carried with ease, after a short
struggle by tbe anti-silver men.
Sabataueo or the Kesolatlons.
The resolutions b?ga with a statement
of the effect of the demonetization of sll
ver as viewed bv silver men everywhere,
and then decinre: That we, tho Demo
cratic party of Missouri, iu convention
assembled demand tbe (rco ana unlim
ited coinage ot silver and gold into prl
mary or redemption money, nt tho ratio
of 14 to 1. without waltmir lor tho action
or apvrovnl of any other nation; and
that wo aro irrevocably oppose to the
substitution fjr metallic money of
iianio-brecdlnz corporation credit our-
renev baaed on n single metal, the supply
of which is so limited tiiat it can bj cor
nered by a few banking institutions in
Kuropo and America
Option in KedeeuilUR Obligations.
"That wo aro opposad to tho policy and
practice ol surrendering to tho holders ol
tho obligations of the United States the
option reserved by tho law to tho govern
ment of redeeming such obligations in
either silver coin or gold coin. That we
aro opposed to tho issuing of intcroet-
bearing bonds of tho United &Utes in
tiinu of iiencc, and especially are we
opposed to pliiciug tho treasury of tbe
government under the control of any
syndicate of bankers, nnd tho issuanco ot
bonds to be sold by them nt an enormous
prylll for tho purposo ot supplying the
federal treasury with gold to maintain
tho polrcy of polo monometallism.
Went Through Will, Cheer.
A motion to adopt tho resolutions wr.s
carried unanimously amid rousing cheers.
Resolutions were also adopted instruct
ing the chairman of this convention to
solnct two delegates froui each congres
sional district to attend a conference of
Democratic friends of stiver at Washing
ton, D. C, Aug. 14; requesting tho state
central commit teo to call a stnto conven
tion to bo held at t-t. Louis not later than
April 15, 1 ?'., to select delegates to tho
national convention and also to call a
stnto convention to bo held after said na
tional convention to nominate stato offi
cers. IOWA DEMOCRATS ASSEMBLED.
Leading I,sne In tbe State Conventloa IS
tho Ailver Question.
Marsh..lltoys, Aug. 7. Tho state Dem
ocratic convention is one of the largest
and most spirited over held in lows, and
interest is greater than in any previous
political gathering of the past ten years.
Tbe discussion is principally confined to
the currency question, which is tho lead
ing issue iu tho convention. The free silver
men are making a stubborn fight, but
from present indications tho convention
will ruindorscthe nationa.platforinof 1&I2.
Two widely varying opinions prevail as tc
personal indorsement of the present ad
Tho state central committee hold an
unimportant meeting last oveuing. Tbe
convention was called to order ot 10 n. m
in UJeon Opera llimso, with Jujge Na
thaniel French, of Davonport, as tempor
ary chairman, and promises to be very an
imatod. Judgj W. L Babb, of Mb Pleas
ant, is the meat prominently mentioned
candidate for governor thus far.
The sensation of tbe day was the fight
by the freo silver men to capturo the con
vention. They . bad several conferences,
and confidently asserted their ability to
command a uinjority of tha votes in tbe
oonvention. This is vigorously disputed
by the "honest money" people, who say
they aro ablo to defeat a lt to 1 plank.by a
decided and overwhelming majority.
BORK AND lUnvtV BCMSIABIZE.
Few New roleta Drought Oat by the In
CHICAGO, Aag. Y In accord an ca with
the agreement Horr and Harvey, the
silver debaters, have prepared each
summary of his own points and what he
claimed to have proved, as the closing act
of the discussion. The summaries aro in
substance reiterations ot what they said
in the debate. Uorr calls Harvey a atten
tlon to the fact that although gold and
silver aro freo to tho mints of Mexico,
silver docs not increase in value there.
If the restoration of silver to free coin
age would bring it to parity with gold
prices would not increase, lion
says. Harvey claimed that he
had proved that the act of 1673
was a fraud and said that the supreme
court would have declared it unconstitu
tional at that time. He gave a number of
items of indebtedness to back up bis as
sertion that tbe domestic debts of the
United States aggregated 840. 000, 000, 000,
and dosed by aeclaring that this Is an
era ol selfishness and that a crisis would
come sooner or later.
Jim- Dsawrtiu of Tax la.
Font Worth, Texas, Aug. 7. A state
convention of silver Democrats was Laid
hers to bm unlimited coinage. Ex-
Governor H073 and Hon. Frank Lubbock
spoke. The general attitude of the silver
Democrats of ths state is pretty clearly
expressed by the resolutions adopted by
tha Austin (lravis county) convention.
Which demand the free coinage ot bath
gold and stiver without naming a ratio.
Delegates Pledged to Quay.
HABRISBCUQ, Pi, Aug. 7. 7ra. B.
Meetch, John Mcl'henny and George R.
Bennison were unanimously eleetel del
egates to the state Republican convention
for tho second legislative district of Dau
phin county. The dologatcs aro unins-
tructcd, but are pledged to Senator Quay,
B3 are the other two delegates from this
Secretary Smith Talks Money.
JEF5EBS0S, Ga, Aug. 7. Secretary
Hoke Smith, who has been visiting bis
family at Athens, came hnro on an invita
tion of leading citizens and addressed a
crowd of 1.50J people, chiefly farmers, oa
the financial question.
SQUATTERS HOLD THE FORT.
Women Drive Off Men Employed te Fence
Marinette, Wis., Aug. 7. A riot broke
out in Santytown, tho land of which is
claimed by the Mcnomineo River Lum
ber company and over 2X squatters. Tho
lumber company built a fence, and thirty
or forty women attacked it with axes,
toro it down, and then threw tho frag
ments into Green bay. When another
crew attomDtcd to rebuild Itbo fence tbo
women chased them away with clubs.
and John Liundberg, tho foreman, was
Mike Carry, fcr., superintendent of tho
company, attempted to start tbe fence
buildiug again and tho women threw hot
water on him. Tho men have decided to
help tho women fight it out and they
now stand with sleeves rolled up ready to
drivo tha urst man off who trespasses on
their alleged rights.
TERRORISM HAS TO SUBSIDE.
Decision of Michigan Authorities la the
Bline fctrike Blatter.
IsnPE.MIsa. Mich., Aug. 7. Tho prin
ciple laid down by Governor Rieo that
unlawful interference with tho' pursuit of
legitimate occupations will simply not
be tolerated by the state authorities, has
been pretty well established here. Con
sideration of tho merits of the strike boa
been suspended until this principlo is per
Tho attitude of the stsike leaders to
wards tho sheriaT and towards tho Detroit
correspondent who is in disfavor with the
strikers, is decidedly conciliatory. On the
suggestion ol tbo prosecuting attorney a
body of constabulary has boen formed
among the strikers themselves. (Sheriff
Brood has returned to Marquette, after
having been assured of tho peaceable in
tentions ot the strikers at their meeting
Crop Kepart for Iowa,
Des Moixes, Aug. 7. Tho weather bu
reau has this to sny of the crop -situation
in this state: The averngj daily temper
ature of tho past week was slightly above
normal,nnd tha mini all was generally de
ficient. .Nearly nil threshing reports
Show the yiold of oats to r3 puononieual
ly heavy, and barley and Wheat nbovo the
average. A Sieciai report frira oil) corre
spondents, representing every county in
tho state.shows that tho condition of corn
for the state at largo is materially above
One Attorney Uoraearhlps Another.
Cleveland, o., Aug. 7. Henry Du-
Lawrence, na attorney, administered a
sovero horsewhipping to F. IS. Calhoun,
also a lawyer and notary public. The
two men havo been on bad terms for a
long time and soma remarks made by
Calhoun in a justice court trial concern
ing DuLawrcnco started the trouble.
Calhoun mado no attempt to defend him
self, though bo is a much larger man
Mexico Uaa 1'lenty of C ash.
ClTT op Mexico, Aug. 7. Tho banks
show a aggregate of cash on hand of over
thirty-six millou dollars, tho largest
amount of metallic mony ever bold by
the banks in this city. Private bankers
and wealthy individuals hold about tii.
000,000, making tho aggregated available
cash over sixty millions In this city alone.
Reports from tho interior indicate a simi
lar plethora ol money... -
- Will Vnt r,a Pxr'mvnlail Wins.
CniCAQO, Aug. 7. Hereof tor fcrmontod
wino will not bo used even In commun
ion services In tho presbytery of Chicago.
This was definitely settled at tho meeting
of the presbytery and unfermcnted grapo
juice will be substituted ot all times. To
carry the work ol temperance still fur
ther tcmeranoa pledges will be placed in
the Sunday schools.
Preparing to Com Uold Unllioa.
Washixgtok, Aug. 7. Mr. Preston, tho
director of the mint, ia explanation of
the shipment of 810,000, 000 In gold bullion
from New York to Philadelphia, said
that it was the presont purpose of tho
rovernment to coin with reasonable rap
idity all of its stock of gold bullion. This
amounts to nearly frJ.ooo.OOJ.
Tbe Omaha l'dlioe Muddle.
Omaha, Neb., Aug. 7 The preliminary
hearing upon the question ot granting a
temporary injunction against the new
fire and police commission was heard be
fore Judgo HopcwelL Both sides wcte
represented by able counsel and tho de
cision will b-3 rendered somo time today,
Blnst De Written in English.
SrEIXuFlELD, Ills.. Aug. 7. Attorney
General Moloney has rondored an opinion
that appicatlon for insurance and insur
ance policies must be written or made out
in the English language, the same as
other documents intended for record,
lire. Uardiaer Found Insane-
OMAHA. Keb. Aug. 7. Mrs. E. T.
Gardiner, the Nebraska delegate to the
Boston Christian r.naeavor convention.
whoso sudden disappearance created a
sensation, has been found insane at Nor
Counterfeit Five Dollar Sola.
Washisgtos, Aug. 7. The secret ser
vice has given warning ot a new photo
graphic counterfoil Sve dollar national
bank note, t irst National Dank ol JTlU
Mich., series of lbda.
Ez9acretaiT Eadicott aaxlooaly UL
Salkm, Mass., Aug. 7. Ex-Secretary of
War Eadlcott is reported as being in
feeble health at bis home in Dan vera. He
la said to be suffering from serious mental
Kear York FinxnciaL
Sew Touk. Aug. ,
llnner oa call ea-y at 1 por cent.
Prima mercantile 11a. ujr 3 1 pjr cent.
Sterling exhmirelirm, with actual bu-
ine in baukera' Ilia at J.ti vl lor
deinaud aud 4S,t&.!4 for sixty Oar. posted
rates 4.Jil aui 4JU a : cinm-rcii
Silver certificate 6o"83';s; bar ailvo-.
United Btate ir -voru:ueat boats firm:
new 4'a reg.. iS-Uil"'- i cjapjn. LI! '-4 4
:jt j'a rec-.. Iljii t llas 4.-4 coupons, iioa:
4'a' er..lUi31S-,l: 4's canoni, 11.-H3U3;
reg, SWMi; t'a.uiie O'jofHi, u.
Chicago travan aaa rnwuoa
1'niCAGo. An;. &
Fj'.lowins wr the quofcitiju, oa the
It-ard of Trio todiy: heal Aur.ui.
opeu.ee: 6, closed STc; Sopfomlwr, opened
(jNij.., closed Cv. December, tpeucil .Ir,
1 lo-ed touv. t ern Anau-i. nominal. eio-e.i
'V-: S ptembir, ihij1 41c. i-lonl 4 e.;
Decemtar, op -nod rljao 1 ili?4e; liy.
opin-"d KSa. coied iJ?6 Oats Au?u-t,
Bunuua', cos"l ''..; eeptcmbor. oivucd
.tn-, clowd S-"?-; Sla.-. opened Sthts, co.-e t
Z4?jc Pork Sopteinocr. opened :'..
c;oied S3-Us; Jauaary, ,iicnod S1I.1J. c,osed
tiO.lx Laid September, o;M.-ned uJU,
1'rnducc: Buttor Extra creamery. 19j per
r,i; extra dairy. rVn7c; pic'mj stoct. 8i
fc E,:es Fresh stocs, 1 jj off, iiaiijs per
d zen Livo iiou try s;ir us elu ;K.is, 1 A
per ltt; ben tio. rtos'.-a, a J ia; tur
key;, Sjnt; djeii, 8 t o;: ge.'sa, i uu&
4.uiiierdra. P.tta'ojs Ohio. 3),f.i5j per ba.
lilackberri rs. Jlieniao, Jl.iOil 7i per li-.it
cute; raspl'e-riss, ral, fl.iiiiuli p?r 2t-pt
tzno. Kwappies 7 cil.j0 p?r bbL Honey
wbito elover, 1-lds ctmu-). uer alocK, 1J..-4
lie: browa coaib lixl-" dark co.nb. Ivor
packages. Sj; sliMiued Caiiforaia. ittiu
Chicago X.1VO M jok.
CuicAno, Aug. 8.
Live Stock Prices at thj Umn Htck
yar.ls today r.-.uol as foUotr : llos Kstt
niHtcl receipts for til! day, 7.1KM; ilo
ranged at tJ.aiJJI.7i pijs, H m.".40 iiiht,
U.S'ltA 6 ronRll pickiuir. SL'OVli mixid.
and Sl lOii.Ui heavy puciiug an I ehippiug
Cattle Ettiuiat?d r-cci:tj for thi day.
6.IW; quotations raniced as i".ilj eboreo
to extra auippinif fctJ-rs, si.7,.i.jj g iud ti
choice do., $4 1 il.Jj fair to pOlhI, $:;.iUtt.uj
comm. n to medium do., JUu HIi liutchors'
ate-irs. SilOiADi stocKers, 3.ajjl.0l foedora,
l..ri(liJ,:i.ii) cows, tii) it.41 hoifors S-' O.SJ
bulls. f.0aatSj Texas steers. veal
f hecn-Eitimatcd raccipti f,r ths day.
1",,0J ; sales rau.-e.l at SijJi'l.Si wo.tcrns
Su'.tVl.s.') Texaaa, SL7oL7o n:it.vej,ad J
The Local Markets.
Oiji No. .ic: oV.S5e.
Hav Ttmotuv. ?14 MOland. 13t?14: wild.
CO; slough ltiJK; baled.
rRCiT Ana vaasTABLKs.
Bo't Fair tr choice, 10:; fresh cream.
EfWi Freh, in;.; :,
Poaltry Ubicke js, 6
CMtle Dutchers nsy for corn fc-1 steers
S'to;; cows and nvlfers, S33s' ; calves
Spring lamb; St.SG&SL a htad.
The UrdniU r I Alicad Again,
Xewi'okt, Aug. Tiio Defender and
Vigilant sailed over a i";i-inilo ciurse
frot Cuttnirc City, Mass., to this port. Tho
sc.-t was smooth and tbo wind varied in
veioeltv from ten to fifteen iiillot nu
Lour. The Defender beat tho Vigilant
nine mlnutm and nine sre mds.
Von onjht to know that when suf
ferinr from any kidney trouble that
a s-aiV, sure remedy is the Clinic Kid
ney Cure, (iuaranteed nr moncv re
funded. Sold st M. F. llahnsons
Header, did you ever take Simiions
IilVES KEGCLAT03, the "KINO OP
Liver Mediceses?" Everybody needs
take a liver remedy. It is a slupfrish or
di.Hf aced liver that impaira digestion
and causes constipation, when the wasba
that should be carried oST remains in
the body and poisons the whole system.
That dull, heavy feeling is duo to a
tomia liver, liiiiousness, Headache.
Malaria and Indigestion are all liver
diseases. Keep the liver active by tn
occasional dose of Simmons Liver Reg
ulator and you'll get rid of these trou
bles, and give tone to the whole sys
tem. Tor & laxative Simmons Liver
Kerclator is betteb than Pills. J
does not gripe, nor weaken, bat greatly
reixesnes ana Birenginens.
Every package has tlie Ked Z
stamp on tne wrapper. O. 11.
Zciliu & Co., Philadelphia.
WEAK IY.EH MADE VIGOROUS.
i'0av. S'-OST. ISDAT. Z7"Kf
V.hJ PEFFER'S Did!
It cis powcrftiUy and qui kly. Curtis wfarn "!
ot'icr fail. YiMintt men Tcaia Ion mnnlitxvl: olil
ircn rcct.'VLT ytu;l;fiil Ttctr. jTolaaclvCiaiii
IrpotcnrTt 'iKtlj- Fmluloit, Lout I'mt rr,
s3tlsm (k4x. sV'Salllni Mrmnr;. Xl'aaf inor 111.
ent- irdtVI tlrriarf trlt ntiutt or fret and
ir.f1Lji:rrtt"n. W'cjiln off tnt-tkr.it f an-1 cr,nunipUoa.
iXru'lk ;-t Crna.'t injwn wr.rthlsaTi "ttttaia oa
?-iu I a'! ii rl'l.ja nrr" -ritrr rriiu Iriftistonhftv
n PEn l 'l t KCKVIiR, or tvrnd for It,
Canbocerri'l IriTct pret. i'ropcld tiitln wm
n r. l pet I ox. or 1 r K , vutj FoHIto
Vl r!tl snarrtntr tm Core or kffktid tkn
MTjT. Pamphlrt frr.Bol l t r 1nurnata. Arldra-ft
fcold by IistXaX t LlJemeyeraLi r. II "ItHHxma.
if' Ir f A an:ocJc,AiiiiT1i-u.t i
F f ISaltT. I ! -.a rnr.r- Awii'-aw s ASa
CHK-SI (!. Jtw Az 7?tu for V. R . t hactaCo, r y-a
era 1ut it lc dn'U na.-Trcal below.
MarU X tuber, kOCIi ISLAND. ILL.
pnOTHERS, Do You Kn OVy tnat rareure.
Batemon's Drops, OodXrey's Cordial, uuuijr so-called Soothing Fvrus, aoiii
most remedies for children are comiewd of epi m or m-ir;iliine t
Po Yow Kaow that opium ami morphine are stirpafviae narcotic p.iiwns
Do Yon Know that in most countries druggists aro cot tcrmittcJ to sell narcotics
Without labeling them poisons f
P Yon Know that yon should not permit any medlcino to to given )our child
atilcs3 you or your physician know cf what it ia composed ?
TJo Yon Knew that Castorta is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list ot
its ingredients is published with every bottle f
Po Yon Know that Cartoria Is the pmscription ot the fatneus Tr. Fomuel Pitcher.
That it has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castor ia is now sold thaa
af all other remedies for chlSrcn combined t
Pe Ten Know that the Patent Ofttco Departmeat ot the Catted States, and of
other countries, have issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to cso the vrord
Castorian and Its formula, and that to indtato them is a state prison offense f
D Yon Know that one of the reasons for grant ing this government protection was
because Castoria had been proven to be absolutely hsxmloss?
To Yon Knwv that 35 average doses of Castoria are furnished for f&
rats, or one cent a dose f
P Yon Kno -v that when possessed1 of this perfect isypiratlon. your children may
be kept well, and that u may have unbroken rest t
Well, these thlnga are worth knowing. They am facts.
The fat tilinile
Children Cry for
JOBS II. PAKIDOW.
PiiRXDOltr & SOZsT
Painters and Decorators
CHOP. 419 Sovectaonth St., ZZZZ ISLAND. ILL.
State Savings Bank,
Moline, III., Oftiee Corner
Fifteenth bt. and Third Ave.
SnccecOs the' Moline Savtifl Bank
4 Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
Onran'aed on ier State Lawa.
open from 9 a. m. to S p. nt., and
Wednesday and Saturday nights from
7 to 8 p tn
l'OKTsn Skinker, - - President
Umax Daut.rsa, Vice President
C P IlKiwiT, - Cashier
Pobtsb Skistter, Pirun Daklino,
II II AixswoBTit, Ceo II Edwards,
C F Bbhexwat, C A Boss,
C B ArxswoitTB, W H Adams,
W W WSXLS.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
Made for private parties In the g-rJcn
spot of tho west by the
Orchard State Bank
of Orchard, Neb.
E. W. Dakt, President.
J. S. Daut, Cashier.
Mitchell A Lvndc, hankers.
J V ltooiuton, cashier Iloclc Is' and Kational
CC Carter, M D.
Henry Dait's Sins, wholesale grocers.
Estate of John M. DetjeoH. Deceased.
The nndersiimed. bavins: been appointee admin
istrator of the estate of John HI. Urtjens. late of
the county of Rock Island, stale of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that he will ajiear
kefore the rnnuty conrt of Kock Island coun
ty, at the office of the clerk of arid conrt. In
the city of Kock Island, at the October term, on
the first Monday in C'ctober neat, at waica
tine ail persons having claims aa.brt raid es
tate are notified and requested to attend. lor tbe
purpose of havlcs the same adjusted.
All perons Indebted to aa'd estate are request
ed to make lavmedlate payment to the under
signed. Dated this 31 b day or July. A. D. 1SC5.
UEUMAS DETJBNK. Administrator.
STATIC OP ILLINOIS, I
Boca IsLUin Cocnr. l
In the circait court, Pentemher term. 195
Jo.ie Mc-bunaid vs. Ariaur McUoaaid. In chan
cery A ffl-lavlt of nr.n rvsidenee of Arthur McDona'd.
the above defender, bavini; been :b-d tn ihu
clerk scfllre of the circuit ort of said romiy,
net ire is therefore hereby elven the said ton
reaidect dteidant that the cmplainant fl't'-l h"
bid of cooiyla.r.t iu and conrt. oti ttia cliocry
side thereof, tn tbe th eay t May. 1H.-:.. ant
that tbeieuoa a umm'ius tisaed "il t sa d
eosrt. wherein said sa t I now p nrli returna
ble on the Irst Monday tn the month or Seplem-b-rnext,Mis
by law reqiirad . X(., orJes-yoi,
the said nwi-r-s!tleiit defendant above caauoL
Arthur MeUoaald. shall rersonsllr at.d
appear before ti e aaid cirruit conrt oa the first
day of tbe n zt term thereof, tn be holder at K'k
Island in and for the aaid county on tbe first
Mendny in tK-pt-mb-r next, ar.d pL-art. an-wcr or
demur to the said coninialuaot's bill ot complaint,
the same and the Baiters and tblrrrs tereia
cbara-edar d ttsted will be taken as confessed,
and a deer entered against yoa acsonilcar te
the prayer of said bilL
GEORG2 W. C AMBLE, Clerk.
Caax Kcibl, Complainant's Solicitor.
BoU Island, IU., July tt, 18,
nKNBT A. PAKIDOIT
HuGsing & Hoefl
Ueprescntinjr auion lln-r time-tried
anl well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the following:
Rochester German Ins Co Horhesler, Tt T
Wesichest. r Kiro New York
HuiTalo German Unltalo, N Y
Spnnar tionloa " riiiladelphla
tierman Pim I'eorlx III
New llamp-hlm Manchester N U
Jlilwaakee Mechanics" Milwaukee, Wis
Security .....New Uaveo, Ooun
Office Corner Eighteenth street
and Second Avenue, second floor.
Telephone No. 107.
KOCK ISLAND. ILL.
"The Old Reliable"
HAYES & CLEAVELANO,
Rcpresentinp; over Forty Million
Dollars of Cash Assets.
FIRE. LIFE, TORNADO, ACCI
DENT, MARINE, EMPLOY
Donds of Suretyship.
Office -Bcngston's h:ork, ltork L and, IU.
Secure onr rates; tbey will interest you.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Tire and Tloa-trloS Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
tales sa tow as any reliable empaay can aSovd
You Patronage Is solicited.
Wailtw Everything From na
SUkEtalxwclilef toa ClrcniTt&t.
Laea CartalM Bpscialtf,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
A. M. PARKER.
Telephone No. 1214J.
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