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THE AKGUS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1895.
PR IO CENTS.
. 0. OUXXIU.T. B. O. C0JIX1LLT.
Connelly & Connelly,
Attorney at Law.
Offlca second floor, ovsr .Mitchell ft Lyndol
bank. Money to loan.
Attorneys at Law.
Offlca In Rook Island N tttonal Bank bnildin.
. d. awiiiir.
c. l. wiun.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Councellors at Law
OiBc In BoiiRiton'f Block.
Charles J. Soarle,
Attorney at Law.
Loral hnalncs of a'.l kind promptly attended
In. State's Attorney of Rock Island county
Oftlee, rostntOo Jilocit.
McEr dry c McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on (rood security; mate collec
tions. lUtfera' ice. MltcbeU A Lynda, banker.
Offloe. I'otom . Block.
Oracle &z Kerne,
Architects and Superintendents.
Room t T M C A BaUillsa, car Third ivenM
nd Nineteenth street.
Cieo. P. Stauduhar,
Flans and mnertntendrar for all e!s of
Rn'lctlne. Rooms a and eft, Mitchell A l.ynde
Balldlna-. Take elevator.
Dr. W. H. Ludewig
Specialist of Eye, Ear
Nose and Throat.
f'ltlre in Trecman' raw balldln;, corner cv
entcenth afreet and Tblrd avenue. Lock Island.
Telephone Vo. less.
Dr. Chas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Office, Wblttuxor Block, southwest cornel
Third sad Brady street. Davenport, Iowa
Kontas H and M. Boars: 9 to 11 e. m.,1 to I p in
W. A. Darling,
Hoom 4, Mitchell A Lyndc's bulMinir.
R. M. Pearce,
Room S3 and 31 In Mitchell A Lynda's
Bnlldlna-. Take elevator
Hog Cholera Cured.
A positive cure for ho; cholera or any otker
disease to which the swmo is subject. It baa
k n; history, which would occupy too mnch
space at s large expense of advctisiog. It
has been thoroughly tested with plcaslpg re
suits. Asa cholera remedy for thickets and
tarkevs it l.a. no equal If it fails to do the
work U.e money will be refunded. Where It
l nsed once In a while hog cholera never
makes Its apearnrc. I'ut up in 5 pound
packages to any address on receipt of IX
M. E. CARLIX,
1809 Washington St. DAVENPORT
THK TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
PHICAUO, KOCK ISLAND PACIFIC
Railwav Ticker can be norchased or hair
Cii-e checked at K I & P Twentietu siicei depot
or O K I I depot comer Fifth avenue and
i niny-nrsi street, rrani xi. riamtncr, agem.
Denver Limited aumstii..
rt. Worth. Deliver K. C.
Omai.a A Dm Moines
tOu.ihl A Minneapolis
Oman A Di-s Moines Kx...
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ami 8:5? pm
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I uVnatia Minneapolis Kx..
! Denver, l.inrnln A Omaha...
am 1 1 ftrf 0 am
amjr 1:10 am
St. 1'aiil A Minneapol s
Dei ver, Kt. Worth A K. C.
J'.-.nnonn 1ty A St. Joseph.
Jltocx Inl.ind A Washiiunoc
P.'hlruro A lie atolnoa
Rock Islands Stuart Acoom..
Ruck UUiuditiirooklyn Ac...
pm t 6:35 am
an. t S .-liSpm
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Arrival, t Departure. tr:liy,eiccp:Sunday,
AU others itaiiy. Telephone
BURLIKUTiiM ROUTB-O.. 11. A . BAIL
way Depot First avenue sad Sixteenth
street, M. J. Younc agent.
M. L.j'.s Kxiircss ?.M)em 7:i)pm
81. Inis E.Ti:res 7:4i ntn ' 6:55 am
steriina. l)u!iique aSt. Puul 1 6.4(1 pnij 7:f0 am
Ui'O-iMown I'aswniTer i 2:5iipm 11:19am
Merllni!. Uubiiijnp A t.Panl t 7:55 ams haOpm
slislLr. tDdil; except Sunday.
HICAOO. MILWAUKKK A ST. PAUL
RailmaT Rw.tne A Sen'hwcstern Division
De;xtt Twentieth street, between first and
Socond avenue. K. D. W. dolmee. Agent.
La urn. aanrva
Mall aiiii Expresa
"t. Paul Kxprcss
Kretnlit and Arromruod.it'n.
7s0 am Itlpm
4:ia) pm 11:miam
f':i nm 7:pm
Daily except Mumlay.
Dock Island a Peokia Railway
,x IV'rx First Avenue and Twentieth street.
E. L. u.iTtaunt.
Kj!-fern"Ex. The Trilby-. I -is am
I'ttinaa slLoui Mall Kx... 4:05am
Express 1:15 pm
Peoria Accom. FrelirM 7:1(1 im
Cable (via Stierranli Arcom. :' am
( able Acccmmoriatlon 8 tnam
t .tliie A'-coionuxlalion .... 1 S -X5 pm
t :.it pm
IaenOTr trsirs Nave C. K. I. A P. (Molina
avetibi'l il.'iNt tve (5) minutes tariicr than time
tivro. Train- marked dally, all other trains
uuiij except rat:iy.
DlKLlN(iTON. CEDAB RAPIDS A
Northern hailway. depot foot of Brad
street, Davenport. Jaa. Morton, (sea. Tk't A
Lnva I ARKrvn
i4 : li pm:blO:a am
a: m b'. 4 pm
CS4 LilMTtf I la.li-
alO.aopml as :15am
I b7 pm
hJ:4P pm bll:45am
vU:Apm 1 b8:(0am
tnolnu South and east. No. 13 run between
Cedar Kupid and West Libeity.
W. J. Y0U1SG, JR.
The Eleo-ant Electric Light Steamer.
W. A. Buia. Master: L. B. Scitch, Clerk.
leaves Rock Ul and for lanscatiiie. w
Bttoo. Kerthsbura, Uqaaa ka, and Bur
lington er ery
and euidav, at 4:30 1. m.
Tilce tt-oms and eood meal, tipocial rate
ta parties if t;ve ir more who wisii to
mate the round tnp. Iho Your ha
been vety reei-etlx pnirhaaed ai.rt siiel
np for ihia tnd. atd i- nM survaeeed by
anvitiineon the Misriasippi for eieaance
GE0EGK LAM0ST A SOX. Acr.nU.
biamond Joe Lis WareBoaao.
Letter Relating to the Situation
in That Country.
EEGLAND AKD AMEEICA AT FAULT.
ncrrnt Kint the Result of a TemMirizlnjj
l'oliey and Planned by Chinese OiBclals
Sllnbttcr Uenby's Course CritieUed Plea
That the Almond-Eyed Heathen Authori
ties Cannot Protect Foreigners Declared
False Li Hutaj Chans' Proclainatlota.
Cin'cixsati, Sept. 5. The C.'tnmercinl
Gazette prints a letter dated Shanghai,
China, Aug. 9, writVn by Rev K. T. Will
iams, six ycatrs pastor of the Central Chris
tian church of this city, and now secre
tary of tho Foreign Mission SorVty of the
Christian church, anil on a tour around
the world visiting mission? Thn salient
points of the letter are that the recent
riotous assaults on Europeans in China
were the result of the temporizing policy
of tiie United Stntv and England with
China. lie says Hie English accrpt money
Indemnity for outrages, which the man
larins are only too glad to pay, as they ex
tort It from friends of the outraged, thus
accomplis'iin? a double purpose.
Condemn Miul-t. r Denby's Coarse.
lie says that within two months riots
have emptied twenty cities In China of
EuroW!au and Aiiu'riiiifi missionaries, and
yet the American minister ontmstod tho
Interests of Americans to a junior British
consul and to a commission composed of
Chinese officials Implicated in t!ie riot.
Ho says these riots are anti-missionary, in
stead of anti foreijin that the government
blue book against foreigners contains lies
so indwrnt that it would be a violation of
law anywhere in the United States to re
Pent them. lie writes that tracts con
taining blasphemous lies and illustrated
with horrible tilctur written by man
dariiid In lhlO. are still in circulation, and
are misleading the ignorant and inciting
ISiots All I'launed in the Yaim-n.
No American or llrltish authority hits
uttered a word of protest against these
tiioii.-t rous lies. He says furthermore that
all the riots have Ikvii planned in the yn
mens and winked at and assist, -d by tho
oltielalson the plea that the olliecrs were
u mil ilo to prevent riots. Ho says that
this is a mere subterfuge, for during the
late war they did protect foreigners and
Hindi' it safer for them than ever txTore
v.-hereits now their journals are urging the
Chinese to wipe out the dlsgrwv of defeat
in war bv murd'Tous riots on unarmed
Another View of I lie Matter.
New Yoiix, S-pt. 5 Hubert E. Speer,
secretary of the board of foreign missions
of the Presbvt.-i-inu church in the United
States, has received a letter from Hev. I.
W. Houston, of Nanking. China, dated
July 12. The letter contains a copy of the
proclamation Issued by LI Hung Chang,
the viceroy, which not only n-ijuires the
t'hineto to rerram from molesttn.r mis
sionaries, hut sia-aks in terms of praise of
the work done by them.
LADIES Ar BOXING MATCHES.
Ut'imrtnre in l'livlal Culture'
New Orleans, Sept. 5. The Olympic
club tried a new experiniint last night,
and had boxing bouts lie! ween pugilists
made up of members of the club. There
was a large crowd, including inuir- ladles,
a sicclal elTort having ljcen made to in
duce t he latter to uttcud. The boxers up-
neiiritl In athletic shirts and kniokerlock
ers. The feature of the evening was thn
bout ltctwi-cn Herman lk'rnau, of (ialves-
toti, and Australian Hilly McCartliv.
It was intended for ten rounds; but Mc
Carthy was very much out of shape, and
in the fourth round Hernau landed u
right-hander on the jaw, which knocksd
the Australian silly, so that the other
rounds Were not necessary. The club ill
t. nils nioi-c ail'alrs, inciudinu; an interna
tional tug of war.
ONE BRAVcTmAN AND A M03.
Captain of a 1 jtum-h stiinds tin Some "Tem
porarily liiMiiie" People.
New WiiATctiM, Wash., Sept. 5. The
sheriff wus preparing to bring H. H.
Stma)l who killed Io Sauternninn, from
Blakcley island to New Whatcom for safe
keeping. Straub and Irving Pnrberrr,
the boy wiio was rc'Hiisilile for the mur
der, wen? taken to the wharf. A mob hud
Ix-cn organized to lynch them, and fol
lowed them to the wharf.
The launch arrived just in time, and
Lieutenant C anion, its commander, draw
ing a pistol confronted tho crowd of lifty
armed men. lie announced that he would
shoot any man who lirvd on the United
States flag or uim any man under its
protection. The mob weakened.
An I-ilipeuiliig Mine ttoes to Work.
IsiiPEMlNU, Mich., Sept. 5. The miner
strike sit nation has been somewhat
changed try tho announcement thut the
mine of Frederick Braastad. ex-stato treas
urer, would ojicn today. Oraaotud offered
ft! a day for miners, tl.75 for trammers,
and tl.oo for surface laborers. The miner
held a meeting, and the quest ion of return
ing to work was decided in the affirmative,
Wltn out lew dissenting votes.
Cheap Kates to the Prize Fight.
Chicago. Sept. 5 The western roads
have made a rate of one fare for the round
trip to the Corbutt-Fitzsimmons fight ut
Dallas. This rate applies from Kansoi
City, Peoria. Chicago, St. Joseph, Mo., from
Oct. 13 to Oct. ;il, inclusive, final return
limit to tickets being Nov. 30.
Itlppey Is After Young Fair Now.
Sax Fkascisco, Sept. 5 C. W. Kippey,
who three years ago shot John W. Muo
kay, the millionaire, for which ho served
six months In the county jail, i now pur
suing Charles L. Fair. The latter' friend
fear that Kippey will try to repeat th
Geraoan -Americans at Berlin.
Beblis, Sept. 6. The German-Ameri
can veterans of the war of 180-71 placed
wreaths upon the sarcophagi of Emperor
William I and of Emperor Frederick IIL
They also visited the castles and Potsdam,
where they saw the palace and gardens of
Surgeons in Session at Chicago.
CniCAbO, Sept. 6. The eighth annoal
convention of the American Association
of Orlficial Surgeons htm opened here.
Over 100 repnaentAUTa taxftoa oIUm
country are present.
LOOKED LIKE A HIPPODROME. .
Judges Interfere in a rat chen-Gentry Itaee
at Helmnnt Park.
New York, Sept. 5. The effraction nt
tho Belmont race track yesterday vros tho
special race for tlflOO between Joe Patchen
and John R. Gentry, and it was tho cause
of more dissatisfaction than any similar
event in tl.e history of tho associ.itiou
Had there len betting it is doubtful if
Curry, tho driver of Pateheu, would have
escaped mob violence. In the first heat
Gentry took the lead and led by a length
throughout. The second heat was a repe
tition of the first. In the third heat Gentry
again took the lead and held it to the wire,
winning by a nose.
It was apparent to the judges, as It must
have been to the spectators, that Pntehen
was not bointj driven to win. Curry was
hooted and jeered at, and cries of "Tnke
him out," "Rohbi-T." and such like came
from the grand stand. Tho judges do
dared this heat "no hoot." The timo was
8:0Si. In the fourth heat Patchen went
out in front, and led to the wire, winning
easily in 2:11. In tho fifth there was far
ther trouble. Patchen set a slow pace, and
broke when Gentry came up. The judges
declared this "no heat" also.
Thoy took Curry down and substituted
Dickerson. Patchen won the heat easily,
Gentry being distanced. The judges
wuived the distance and ordered a seventh
heat. Patchen took the lead aud jogged
the mile in 2:33. Gentry finished in atxmt
three minutes The judges said they
would tuke action against Mcllcnry for
the manner In which he drove the last
two heats. The heats recorded were made
In 2:0(5;, 2:0T'i, 2:11, 2:13 and 2:3J.
DRAINAGE CONTRACTORS FAIL,
licidcnrlch Company at Chicago Make an
' Chicago, Sept. 3. The Ileldenrich com
pany, drainage canal contractors, has
mado an assignment. The assignee's bond
Is 200,000. Tho company hits been en
paged since Its incorporation In li90 in
putting up elevators and other lar-rc struc
tures. Among Its present contracts
are two suctions of the drainage canal, an
clevntor for the Cincinnati, Hamilton and
liny ton railroad at East Toledo, O.. and a
largo mult warehouse, at South Chicago
for Albert Schwill oc Co., Cincinnati.
- It is said that the assignment will re
sult in but temjmrttry suspension. Tim
total liabilities of tho company, it Is said.
Will not succeed f Si,o)j. The assets con
sist of over iWO.'HH due from the sanitary
district and other equally responsible
BUCKNER GETS OUT OF THE RACE.
Conclude That lie Doesn't Iteslre To lie
Senator front Kentucky,
Louisville, Ky., Sept. 5. General
Simon Bolivar Buekner, in a card in his
home paicr, tho Hurt County News, an
nounces his wlthdrawl from tho race for
United States senator. The general states
thut In many legislative districts personal
Interests are arrayed against party success,
and that candidates supposed to Ik- favor
ublo to bim r.rc, nevertheless, a target for
opposition to the party. He says that un
trammeled with any candidacy of his own
he can the more earnestly urge the sup
port, of the whole Democratic ticket and
udvocate the platform of principles as con
st rued by every m-mberol the party ut the
time of its adoption.
Money for Jack's Protection.
Wasiiincton, Sept. 3. The navigation
bureau is endeavoring to stop tho extor
tion of money from seamen for securing
them berths on American merchunt ves
sels by certain suilors, boarding house
keepers, and middlemen. Instructions haw
been issued to United Stutes shipping com
missioners to examine seamen about to
sign shipping articles as to whether any
money has been demunded from them, di
rectly or indirectly, or in the disguise of
allotment, and to report evidence uf viola
tion of the law to United States district
attorneys for prosecution.
John Dull Is Growling a Little.
Washington-, Sept. 5. Second Assistant
Postmaster General Ncllson has returned
to his desk after a voyage to Europe on
the new steamship St. Louts, which he
pronounces to be u line vessel in every re
spect and well lltted for the work of carry
ing the mails. "The British are growling
u little," said he, "Im-anse. we are giving
bounties t our own ships insteiul of pay
ing them to the fastest vessels which hap
pen to In ready at uny given time. They
will not send any mail by our subsidized
steamers unless it ts especially directed tu
go by them."
Views of the W ool-Growers.
CoLt MlifS, O., Sept. 3. The Ohio Wool
Growers' association adopted a resolution
to the effect that free wool is causing heavy
loss to the farmers aud urging all wool
growers, farmers and others interested in
wool protection, to petition the Fifty
fourth congress to puss legislation favora
ble to such interests. Judge Lawrence an
nounced that lie would call a meeting of
the National Wool Growers' association at
Washington after congress assembles to
Inaugurate a movement to have the tariff
on wool tvstorvd.
Iturrant's Trial lias lb gna.
SAX FuascisCO. Sjept. 5. The trial of
Durrant for the murder of Blanch Lumont
has at lost begun. The prosecution intro
duced two witnesses, one of whom simply
testified to Blanche's disappearance. The
other was Dr. Barrett, who made the au
topsy. His testimony was to show Uint
the condition uf tho girl's stomach proved
thut her death took place late in the after
noon; that sho died of strangulation, and
that but one person had a hand in choking
her. The cross-examination did not shako
dearie Finds the Roads Too llad.
ERIK, Pa., Sept. 5. K. P. Searie. the
cyclist who attempted a record-breaking
ride from Chicago to New York, rcuched
this city a day ahead of the best previous
time. Three miles east of Erie Soarle gave
op the attompt. finding the roads impos
sible to ride over owing to the heavy rains.
Nebraska "Straight" Democrat.
Lincoln, Sept. a. The straight admin
istration state Democratic convention
meets here today ut 3 p. m. As many as
twenty-three counties have already re
ported at headquarters. M. D. Barter, of
Ohio, will address the convention. A full
ticket will be nominated.
Earnings of the Rock Island.
CHICAGO, Sept. 5. The estimated earn
ings of the entire Hock Island system,
both east and west of the Missouri river,
were for August tM55,700, a decrease from
the estimated gross earnings of the same
xnoatB last ear ox avi.uuo.
New York FinaneinL
Xrw Yohk. 8-rit. 1-
Money on call was eswy af 1 per cent.
Primo mercantile paper 4.$&i per rent.
Sterling exch-vnj Srm, with actual lniu-Mi
in bankers' bills at for demand
and 4St 4 ;SJ for sixty days : posted rate 43U- ri
414 : commercial bUU, 4$'.,.
bdver certiorates, C0s-5-oP.: no soloj; bar
sfl ver. W'4 Mexicaa dol lors, 53' t.
VuiUsl Glutei Koverinut 1.1. Uul Unn;
new fa re-j. 1-i'i: d . coujo-.i3, lil1: 5's re;
ll.'f4;i's cuupons, lion: 4'a re. 111: 4 coup
ons. U2?: S- rvg-.'.-e'j: Pacific o-e of fcM.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
t'HK'Aco, eVpt. 4.
Following wero ths qnjtalioiw on tha
Board of Trade today: Wheat September,
opennd 50i;. closod lVcr-iubcr. o-utsl
Cl'v clos."d CO1 gn; Mst, opened ii(iC,
c!-:seil We. t'om SepternlK-r. opened tA
eloseil ;t!4c: Octolicr. njienetL Sic. elos.l
814c: DreemUer. ors-aed c)o-d 3S:; May,
opem-d a Cliwi It-.?. ihltA S.-p-toniber.
olc.w.i-l lsn. ej "I I'e; M ty.
opened 21:. e!anl 21c Pork SsrptemlKT.
oM-ned $b.40. el'isi'd January. oa-unJ
IH.IiU. clusi'd e.'.'if's. Lard S-pteuilier.
opened j5 So eloj.-1 5.!!i.
Produoe: Butter Extra creaiuury. attr per
lb.; extra dairy, 17c; packing stuck. MjlS'gC.
Epgs Fn-sh stock. Uws off. liJ per dou-n.
Live.Pocltr-'"sPr'nS chickl.ls.loil5, je er lb. ;
hens. 8!a: roosters, hVs; turU.ijs, beJlUi';
ducks, bso. g'fese. il.lbaj.0J pordozcu. Po-tatoi-s
t'noiw. iiT A-? ;er biv-tieL New A;e
pies Sl.uen4.7a wr iiarn-L Honey White
Clover, 1-lb seeUoTi. ne-.v stock. W tlic;
brown comb. liaUJi-: l irk comb, pour jiok
ages, be; strained C:tliftrnia. olc.
Chicago Live Stock.
t-HlCAOo. Sept- 4.
Live Stock Prices nt tho Union st,k
yards ouay ranged as follows: H-s 4sti
mated receipts for the day. Ui.oJO; kuU-j
ranged at eiil.oe pigs, W.S)(i-j..X) hiiht,
tJ.7j(ii:i'.0 ron,'ii packlni;, a.!lo,ct.iJ mixi-d,
and V4.Uo4. htavy packing aud siiippiuj
Cattle Kstimated reoeipts for tho day,
17,0X10; quotations ranged at f5.l-Vif-3.S7 choice
to extra shippinn steers, 4.Sib5.;i i?xvl to
choice do, t-"0l.W fair to good, a.-'io.i 113
common to neilnun do, S3.4&93.&) batchers'
6t4trs, 2.Un,1.15 stockers. f:c2Vl.iJ tcsxiers,
f 1.40713.70 cows, 42.5a$a.9J h-lfer. l.7jn. C0J
bulls. -.7.V.ttjJ Texi steer. 2.Mx4.G) western
range .-net-rs. and (J.iJjSl.A veal calves.
Sheep listlinatva roceipta for the day 14.UIJ;
sales ranged at westerns, tl-7d.
Texan, tl.7aU.ui natives, and tiOJSLsJ
The Ijm1 Market.
(1.1 Is New. llira'JOr: o'd,2."iC.
ll..y Timotbv. f UC-.tU: iipliml. 13; wild, S3
Cit s!ouh. 7iSic; linlcu.JUl'i.
rnciT au vBocTaaT.li.
Polatocs - 40c.
llut'er Fair to choice, 25cu4u-i f rceh cream
Kirjrs Frrli. Ilir.
Poultry Chickens, 6',4c.
Cattle Il'itcUers pay for corn fed steers
:itc4-c; cows and beilcir, 3'aC(t34c; calves
Mi cop :i. :iWc
fi ring lamb, Sl.iO&Sl a head.
ln-in:nds tho Abolition of tho Lords.
Cakuikf, Sept. 5. Tho Trades Congres.1
at its session yest.rd:vy nnaniiiiously
udoptHl a resolutton demanding the alxili
tiou of the house of lonls.
la a bigger three-dollars worth
than any other.' Tannery calfskin,
dongrola top, all leather trimmed,
solid leather soles with a cement
of cork and rubber .between the
outer and inner.
Handsoma. Easy and Durable.
Ten Styles 5t and . 6 .wide.
Ask Your Dealer For It.
J. B.1 LEWIS CO..- Boston.' Mass.
Gea. lleinzmann. m-jorof tlie2l II inn's
Infsnlry. fayt-: "I was stti.t four tone,
ituruof The wkt. and lave snlTerid :yi yeais
from Vot'ND KtiKVAT Tlirve b .tiles
o "54cfirajr's $1,000,000 Rhen-
mitio Cu e" CO npletely cured me, ati'l
I --liei rfull, and heart ilv end- r e tt as hi ii g
all It if claimed, and biei; the best ihiim
1 know of for the llovs in Blue who have
riciitnatism." 77 Fifth avniiue, Cl-icano.
Wiiji-r Ifolnr.man has a ehallcnire iroll
medal for cousp.cuone gallantry on the ba.
llilield. fjuarantced the best remedy on eardi f-r
!thr .initirn anil .Neuralgia. Write Uxlay.
SWANSON r.HEUMATIC CUBE
(!7 Tearlicra Street. ( iikiuo
Sold hv T. II. Thomfi" and Bfarehall A
I t:-Uvr, agents fur Ifoclt Island.
30,000 Persons Cured.
XJTX. AVAr" 213
f EM RLE PILLS.
A iifW.iviuUii utitJ me n-iirf t-jt rtrp
tr-ctl jLXr--mu . Tor lolnf m tnn
ftrr.tsoa. New lUMKl br aVtr ftOU4i
attic mwrtfaly. Inrlr-TrnOc UtX
n;JiM iicwtBi-eaf ImlttMtooa. Sm
im-vr. Si. ft bcx. or truai b..x 1. IW4
rvol In plain -wrapper. twl Ot M
riainna fnr riautlrnilrira. raald bT fsCl
. IlrMnM. Addren. 15 K.MUiaVH
Ak&OClATIOII, Chicaso, ill.
Sold by Ustz A ITHemeyer and T. II. Thomas
1" nirbeatev's EaallA Dtaavsa Braas.
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Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Oiiium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is sk Itarmlcss Mtbstitnto
for Paregoric, Drops, Sootliin? Syrups, and Castor OIL
It is Plcasr.nt. Its gnaranteo is thirty years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
fevcrishncss. Castoria prevents vomiUns Sour Curd,
enrcs Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation utl flatulency.
Castoria a3simiiatc3 tho food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, giving healthy nnd natural bleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea tho mother's Friend.
" CastorU is an excellent medlcina for chil
dren. Slothers have repeatedly told mo uf its
good effect upon their children.
Da. Q. C. Opnoon,
Castoria is the best remedy f-r children of
which I am acquainted. I hois' fie day is not
far distant when mothers i'l consilcr tin- real
Interest of their children, and uso Castoria in
stead of thevariousquack nostrums hi.-h ore
di'stroying their lovcl ones, by forcing oiiiim,
morphine, soothing sj rup and other hurtrul
aienta down their throatc, thereby aciidin
thorn to prenuturo Graver.
Pu. J. F. KiscntOiOC,
The Contanz Company, TZ
JOUN 11. PAKIUOK.
Painters and Decorators
FAFZS HAliaSES, CALC0MIlTEi3. etc.
SHOP, 119 Serontooath St, ECCH ILL.
State Savings Bank,
Moi.ine, III., Ofiico Corner
Fifteenth St. and TTiird Ave.
Succeeds t!ie" V.olle Salns Dank
4 Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
Orpmizcd nmler Htate l aws.
0h n front 9 a. rn. tn S p. m., and
edneeOay aud Saturday nights from
7 to 6 p m
l'OKTIU SUfMKBR, - - PrcMdcllt
Untax Dabliko, Vice President
C F nWK3iwaT, - - Cashier
PoRTKtt Sxisfira, Iliiua DisLins,
U U AiNswoiiTit, Uso II Kuwacns,
C P nxaxNWAT, C A Kosb,
C R Ainbwoutu, w II Adams,
W w Wtua.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
Made for private parties In the gonlea
(ot of tha west by the
Orchard -State Bank
of O.-chard, Neb.
E. W. Dart, President.
J. S. Daut, Cashier.
Mitchell A Lyndc, hanker.
J F Koblnson, cashier ltock Island National
C C Ca'ter, M I).
Uer.ry Dart's sxma, wholcsalo grori ts.
Correspondence solli itt J.
BUS J. MEL
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried company's repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
can afford. -
Your Patronage is Solicited. .
Office 1820, Second Av.
Harper House Block.
1 tO 4WrtTftrtTtB
our advert 1 ve-
meati in rart payment fnr a high irnule
bLPTcla. Wnirll a asrtrl t,ltm -m ar.riev-
tf dotiewitU tt ticjxi antra maAymm
Young Ladies uaJtZl'
xncimted Write for parUcalasa.
ACME CYCLE C0J1PANY.
I rocommend It asauperiortoauy prejscriptiaa
known to me."
IL A. Ancns, M. P..
Ill So. Oxford St., Itrooklyn, N. T.
Our physician ill ths children's depart
nent liavi, rpoken tiitily of tlM-ir cvjH'ri
enca in Uu-ir outjddn practlea v. itlt CtskH ia,
and althnuKh wo only Taavo ainong r.tir
medical nippliua what U known as regular
products, ye wo are froo to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it.
L'xiveb IlosrrraL and Hitkkiubt,
Allex C. Riirrn, l.-r..
Mnxr - ay Streot, Xoa Ycrlt City.
ItKHKT A. PAKIDOM
Hucsing & Hoefl
Representing among oilier time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the following:
Kochc'iiT (Inman In Co....
W:tch sti r Kire ....
liuflalo twertian ....
Sprins; Oor.loa ....
Oermun Fire k ....
New Hampshire ....
aHlwaakeo Mechanics ....
....Rochester, N T
N w York
ItufTslo, N Y
.. Mnnchester N II
. New Haven, Conn
Ofljce Corner Eighteenth ntrcct
and Second Avenue, second floor.
Telephone No. 1047.
KOCK ISLAND, ILL.
"The Old Reliable"
HAYES & CLEAVELAND,
Representing over Fortj Million
Dollars of Cash Assets.
FIRE, LIFE, TORNADO, ACCI
DENT. MARINE, EMl'LOV-
Honda of Suretyship.
Office -Bengston's h'oclc, thick Island, IL
Secure onr rate.: tliey will Interest you.
J. M- BUFORD.
General . . .
rbe old Fire and Titae-tried Oumyanle
Losses ProiaptlY Foil.
: at low as acffellabla compaxy can afford
Tow PaUosaca aolleltod.
Wachoa Ev8r7thla3 Tnm a Flno
Qlk HniiorAicf to a Oinma TaaL
1st Csrtalaia Bpsdalty,
No. 174 Third Ave '
k. M- PARKER
Telephone No. 1214.