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fflE AB0UP. THUIISDAT OCTOBER 0, lfc95.
State Savings Bank,
M olive. Iu-i Office Comer
" Fifteenth St. aad Third Ave.
A Per Cent Interest
Paid oa Deposits.
OmnVsed end SUta Lews,
'. Open from ta.Bi.taS P-.-
whmmij ana serarnay aiama
QinctM; - . .
PoBTBBBcnrasm, - - Fnaldaas
- Bnua DiiuM, Vice PreeMest
, OF Hsbbswst.
: - tvmrmiwBKm, Boua DiBLore,
H H Aaewoam, Gao B Xbwabss,
C f EnnwtT, O A Boaa,
OR Aanwoara, W H Adaaas,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
- Made for private parties In the 'g-.rdaa
apot ol the weat by the
Orchard State Bank
of Orchard, NtW
E. W. Dart, President.
J. S. Dakt, Cashier.
1 T Robinson, caabler Bock Island Kational
C C Carter, MD.
Hsary Dart's Sons, wholes) grocers.
Hncclno Ct Hooft
Bepresenting among other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance com
panles the following:
Rochester Genua lot Co...
Wsstcbester Fire " ...
Rochester. H Y
wurman k"lre .
..Buffalo, M Y
. Vsticbeoter N U
Kew Haven, Conn
Office Corner Eighteenth street
and Second Avenuo, secona noor.
. Telephone No. 1047.
BOCK ISLAND. ILL.
"The Old Reliable
HAYES V CLEAVELAND
Representing over Forty Million
Dollars of Cash Assets.
TJIRE, LIFE, TORNADO, ACCI-
A. DENT, M AULN K, feXUrLAJI
Bonds of Suretyship.
nfltr-Ban nun's block. Mock Island, 11
Bacon oar rates; tbey will tatsrest yon.
J. M. BUFORD,
The old lnaadTlaM!saOsBPa;
Lcissx FrosptlT Pali.
aa krwaa any reliable campaay caa aSor
Tear Patronage Is sollcitae
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The Second Life. "
. It " eawase -a-ae.
PURGATORY AND PARADISE COM
PARED BY A MAN WHO
HAS SEEN BOTH.
A Miracle Worked la Uu Kmral
ml real Creates BcnaaUon.
(From the Evening iftwt, Bftmnue, If. T.)
Albert Anolebee waa a Terr sick bub. Ha
bad been ailing for months and had been
compelled to remain home, unable to attend
to his business. Hia friends stood or sat
about the few a mall stores in the village of
Borodino and discussed bis sad condition.
Appiebce waa a carpenter and a rood one
too, but since bis strange nutlady overtook
him he hsd not shown any disposition to do
anjr work. . Life bad lost its cbaxnia tor
him, he became a misanthrope and lnt in
everthinc;. His friends advised bim and the
local doctors ineo tnesr skiu on aim bnt it
waa of no avail. Although tliev no doubt
diagnoss-d bis case correctly, lie grew won
eiHNie weir coons.
But he recovered and it has made such a
stir in the small town that a Arm reporter
was sent out to Borodino to investigate. He
drove over and found Mr. Applebee hard at
work on the roof or a house be was build
ing. Well, it was just tins wav, began tne.
carpenter, who is a good-looking man of
about nlty Bummers. " in tec lull ni iyo i
bad a siege ot grp. it was a pretty mu?u
time for roe as 1 was very sick and f never
expected to go out attain except feet 6tvt in a
coffin. Bet i recovered after a long f iekness
but waa left .with an nilmcnt which wen quite
as dangerous and infinitely more painful. I
hnd scrofula in my head for two years and a
half or over and there was a sickening die.
charge from my right ear. I took about
every medicine known to the rneiiiesl fra
ternity um eouiu get uu ui-iicuu
" I was also troubled with a severe pain in
the stomach and indigestion which made
me reel that lite was not worm living. Last
fall I began taking a medicine known as Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People which
were recommended by a friend whc wife
bad read of them in some ot tne country
paper. Bnt I gave it a trial and was sur
prised to find that it benefited me. I tried
more and persevered and at last thank God,
I was cured. Mr ear has discontinued dis
charging and for the past three months I
nave been perfectly wen. i matce me?e
statements merely because I think the world
should be acquainted with this remarkabjlc
Several of Mr. Applebce's neighbors were
seen by thereporter and thev in tnrn ex
pressed tncir connuenee in it. vtunams
Pink Pills after seeing the wonderful change
tbey had wrought on him. One said tne cure
was simply wonderful as the man wan a total
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain all the
elements necessary to give new life and rich
ness to the blood and restore shattered nerves.
They are for sale by all druggists, or may be
had bv mail from Dr. Williams' Medicine
Company, Schenectady,' N. Y, for 60c per
box, or six poxes lor
a. o. ooaaaxxT.
B. Bw oovaaxAT.
Connelly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
Offlca second floor, over BtlUshell A Lrndul
Jackson & Hurst,
Attorneys at Law.
Wt la Bock Island national Bask building.
a d. awaaasr.
Sweeney & Walker,
Attorneys and Councellors at Law
Office m Bengston'a Block, .
Charles J. Soarle, 4
Attorney at Law.
Legal bualnaH of all kinds promptly attended
to, quatw'a AUorney of Boca Isiana county
OSes, itwtomoa Block.
MclSnlry & McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money oa rood security; asaae eoUoe
lra. Refer noe, Mltehall e Lraoe, bankers.
mot. rostosica iuoob.
1 Drack & Kernr,
Architects and Superintendents.
Roma ITHC1 Buildins, cor Third avenae
na niaMeenui stre.i.
, .. Geo. P.,Statuluhar,
nan and aaperintendenee for all elan ot
SaUdlaga, - Rooms S3 and S3, atltcheU A Lynd
SulMUBaT. Taae awvaiur.
Dr. W. H Lndewlg
Specialist ot Eye, Ear
Nose and Throat.
Offlce In freeman's newballdlng, corner 8ev
eakieath street end Taira arease, tvoea Uiaad,
Telepoone no. iu,
Dr. Chas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only
omea, Waittaker Block, soothweet
IhM aad Brady streets. Oaveaport, Iowa
IT sad IS. Boars: S Mil, sslteip as
W. A. Darling,
4. IteaaD LyaaVs buUdtag.
B. II. Peaxoe,
S) aad It taxncaaO Liaasw sew
Bandhur. Take eierate
Sell ay Banta CTsaaayac aad T. B. Tkei
lgeAAJ as-au tirwiwi iw
Beard Turkish Tyranny in Its
Den at Constantinople. ' '
mCDIT IS THE K06LEX OATTXAZ.
Blajkty KUIed, Maay W.
trade Kow rrfcMmeee7 the Twrk 1
ve ea m Petttloai e ska Salasa tsamtseel
by Owe of Bis OaVerm, Was Feye r His
Inemlt vrtth Bis Ufa Oparasasa TumpU
WASHrKCTOX, Oct 8. Secretary Olney
has received the following cablegram from
United States Minister Terrell at Con
stantinople: "Monday several hundred
Armenians marched on the Porte profess
edly to ask redress of grievances. Tho
patriarch tried to prevent it. A conflict
occurred between the Armenians and tho
police. Probably about sixty Turks and
Armenians were killed, among others a
Turkish major, and many wounded. The
Armenians carried pistols. Yesterday
several more were killed, and last night
eighty were killed and several hundred
Imprisoned. The Porte had notice of tho
demonstration, which they say was organ
ized by the leaders of the Hunchargist
revolutionists, whom they have captured.
Much terror exists. I think the Porte
will be able to restft fanaticism."
Moslem Military Constantly Under Arms,
CossTASTlKOPLK, Oct. 3. The serious
apprehension felt by the Turkish author
ities and the precaution taken by them
to keep the military force In tho garrison
constantly under arms on account of tho
fenr aroused by the riot precipitated oh
Monday . by the Armenians of tho city
are shown to be amply justified by tho
further outbreaks which occurred Tues
day. Two Armenian porters were 'among
those subjected to tho wholesale arrest of
Armenian subjects cf the snltan by tho
Turkish authorities. They showed resist
on eo to the police and were accordingly
killed. It is only by personal investiga
tion that those seeking news of the dis
turbance can secure any details, as the
lips of all the police and government offi
cials arc closed and no reliable informa
tion from official sourcM regarding the
riot can bo hnd.
Armenian Quarter Closed TJp.
The Armenian quarter of the city is As
serted and quiet as the grave. ' This is the
qiuirter which usually presents the scene
of prreatest animation and life, the shops
and great bazaars attracting throngs of
chattering traders. The authorities havo
closed the shops and peremptorily for
bidden tho gathering of groups in the
streets of the quarter, and to insure tho
observance of this order the streets aro
constantly patrolled by military. Tho
guards', who ore stationed at the Babi
Humayan (the high door of the "Sublime
Porto ) of the seraglio, or sultnn s palace,
were also strongly reinforced in appre
hension of an attempted attack upon tho
person of the sovereign. '
Cabinet Office ni Fired I'pon.
Tuesday the carriages which were con.
Tcying the ministers of the interior, of
foreigu affairs and of the police to tho
council, Which was convened to consider
measures for suppressing the disturbance,
were pierced with bullets as .they passed
through tho streets, fired from arms in
the bonds of the insurgent citizens. Tho
public officials in tho carriages escaped in
jury from the flying bullets so for as has
been learned. Many passers-by in the
streets were not so fortunate, and the
latest accounts of the number killed and
Wounded place it at eighty. The great
Church of the Patriarchate, situoUn in
the Greek quarter, which was the sceno of
the first outbreak on Monday, is now sur
rounded by troops. The Koruinpapon
quarter is also in a state of siege.
First Insult from tne Turk.
With regard to the death of Seivict
Boy, one of the officers who was killed in
Monday's riot at the Patriarchate, the
following details are learned: It is al
leged that he called the Armenian bearer
of the petition which it was sought to pre
sent to the grand vizier, a "giaour."
This is equivalent to saying "infidel dog,"
and is the term of opprobrium used by
the Turks toward those who do not fol
low tho prophet Mahomet. 'The Armenian
retorted to this, and the quarrel increased
in heat until the shooting began. Tho
customs office in the city has been .closed
during the riots.
Armenians Kill Two Jndgee.
It is reported that a number of Armen
ians broke into tho law courts of the city
during the disorder and killed two judges.
Tho murderers were recognized and were
subsequently arrested. An Armenian
cashier employed in the department of
customs of this city has been assassinated,
and this crime, it is believed, was actuated
by motives of political revenge.
BEGINNING OF TBE OUTBREAK.
Forelsa Ambassadors Informed of What
Wee Going to Happen.
There Is no doubt that the demonstra
tion which precipitated the disorders bod
been for a long time in course of arrange
ment. This is shown by the fact that be
fore the outbreak the foreign ambassa
dors In the city had received a number of
anonymoui letters announcing hat the
Armenians intended in a short time to
make a pacific demonstration. These
anonymous letters also contained copies
of the formal protest against the attitude
of the Turkish government toward Its
Armenian subjects which U was intended
to forward to the grand vixier in connec
tion with the demonstration - - v
' So far as ean be learned up to the pres
ent time the following is a detailed and
connected account of the events - leading
up to and during the disorder of Monday:
On that day there was an assemblage of
8,000 Armenians at the Korumkapou
cathcdrel, which . had gathered
to attend: the religions fete of the
Caoss. At the conclusion of the
'religious service, which jwas conducted
by the patriarch himself, twenty Arme
nian hviues from the cities of Van, BitUs,
and Krzeroum, In Armenia, presented to
the patriarch a petition which recounted
the circumstances of the Intolerable posi
tion of tne 'Armenian people under the
present Turkish rule arid declared that
this position could no longer be borne.
The petition concluded by begging the
patriarch to ttf?"" his faithful people
forthwith to go en an sear, to the Sublime
Porte of the palace and there to aubmit a
petition to the grand vlsier for prompt
enforcement of the promised reforms In
Armenia. The patriarch in reply to this
petition exhorted his bearers not to at
tempt such a demonstration, buf rather
to trust to himself to do all In a
;- .:-'- .... -. ; :
toawfore.rnJssf tat then. IThe Impatient
aodience, fcemm I, n fund to be pad fled
and with excited - gestures - shouted:
"Enonghl We aavo decided. We will
have Uberry or death." . ;
iThey rushed from the sacred edifice and
tben attempted to form themselves into a
procession outside, intending to inarch to
the palaoa.- -Toe- Torfcisb polios wen on
hand to prevent this, and tbey obstructed
tho c Aorta, to form into marching order.
l ne erowa oi Armenians tnerwupon pro
ceeded by muaoal agreeraeatt, bat In de
tached groups or singly and by, 'many dif
ferent streets to another spat.' Here it
was that, after forming themselves into
marching order, Serwe (Scrviet Bey at
the head of a body of gendarmes, called
upon them to disperse and to hand him
the petition which they desired to present 1
to the grand vizier. The crowd became
incensed at this and shouted out their pro
tests. " .
The result of the eoUoquoy between
Serwet and the Armenians who bore the
petition has been related above. Follow
ing upon this she first shots were fired and
Serwet was killed and several gendarmes
were wounded.' Immediately there was a
great tumult and a wild scene ot disorder,
too gendarmes charging the crowd at
random and the Straggling mob fighting
savagely, bnt in hopeless disorder. The
rioters were finally repulsed and reinforce
ments of pendarmes arrived, after which
the crowd dispersed.
' CONVENTION READY FOR WORK.
Episcopal nisfcofts and Deputies Organised
Bevlaton the Fending Business.
Minneapolis, Oct. 3. The house of dep
uties and the house of bishops, which to
gether make up the general convention of
the Episcopal - church, aro , now ready for
business, having effected an organization.
Tho house of bishops was called to order
by Bishop Whipple,- of Minnesota, who
presides" in t he aosehce of ' Bishop Will
iams, of Connecicut. "Bishop Donne, of
Albany, was elected chairman. He takes
tho place of the presiding bishop when he
wishes to be relieved from? any of the rou
tine business. There was a brief religious
ceremony connected with the announce
ment of the death of several bishops since
the last convention, several committees
were appointed and then the house of
bishops took a recess for the day.
The house of deputies had a rather Inter
esting meeting from the fact that the com
mission on revision of tho constitution
made a report on the constitution and
asked for further time to consider tho re
vision of tho canons. . At the request of
tho commission the report was Inado a
special order for today and will bo consid
ered to a finish. Bev. Morgan Nix,of New
York city, was unanimously re-elected
president of the house. '
Bishop Coxa, of central New York,
preached the convention sermon and in
the course thereof said: "The last days
socni to havo come, and 'perilous times'
are upon us. The apostle's terrible por
traiture of final npostacy is paralleled by
what comes to us in journals, as every
day's report. ' Shameless nudity in bath
ing and ftemi-nudity in evening attire,
with lascivious dances, long banished by
Christian decorum from social life, aro
flagrantly characteristic of American
manners. Suicides, murders, outrages too
awful to bo named, scandalous auarriages,
husbands and wives slaying one another
or seeking divorces which even heathen
lawgivers would not tolerate. -
"Tho decay of Xaauily ties beginning
with 'disobedietsee to parents' and the loss
of "natural affection,' all leading to scorn
of law, contempt for magistrates lawless
revenges and cruel retributions; the decay
of conscience in pablie men. "the corrup
tion of whole legUlatorea, aooialistid an
archy, and threats of a warfare upon W
cicty with torch and dynamite, and with
nameless inventions, toe proa net ot our
boasted actenre such are tho staples of
journalism of whKQ the constant evil
communications corrupt good manners'
or aggravate what is already bad."
NEBRASKA AND MASSACHUSETTS.
Bepablieans of the Former and Democrats
' xof the Latter Mama Their Mesw
LlNCOLS, Neb., Oct. 3. The Republicans
met in state convention here and nomi
nated the following ticket by acclamation;
Jjistice of the supreme court, S. L. Ner
val; regents or the state university,
Charles S. Morrell and H. L. Gould. The
most exciting feature of the convention
was a- resolution introduced by D. D.
Courtney, a Lancaster county delegate,
denouncing the A. P. A. and all other
secret political organizations. It was re
ferred without being read and did not re
appear.' The platform is a standard Ro
publican declaration. On the financial
question it is for "sound money." '
Wobcesteb, Mass., Oct. 3. Tho Demo
cratic state convention adopted a "sound
money" platform that indorses Cleve
land's administration and nominated the
following state ticket: Governor, George
Fred Williams, of Dedham; lieutenant
governor, Hon James S. GrinneU,' of
Greenfield; secretary of state, Hon Ed
ward J. Flynn, of Boston; treasurer and
receiver general, Hon. Eben S. Stevens, of
Dudley; attorney general, Henry F. Hurl-
but, of Lynn; auditor, Alfred C. Whitney,
Atlanta Exposition la Fnll Swing.
Atlakta, Oct. 8. The exposition is now
in full swing, the exhibits are in shape
and the city has .made the arrangements
necessary for the comfort of visitors. Re
ports to the committee on public com
fort show that at the hotels rates range
rrom Sl.60 to to per any on tho American
plan, and from 73 cents to 85 per day on
the European plan. Many private houses.
however, are open to the public, and in tho
best parts of the city there are hundreds
of rooms in private houses to be had for
TB cents a day. :
Wcy the Wind Blows in Alabama,
Nashville, Oct. 3. The State, a free
silver paper of Birmlnham, Ala., - b
about completed arrangements to buy The
Age-Herald, the "sound money" morning
daily of thai city. Tbe combined papers
will be called The Estate-Herald, and will
advocate free coinage of silver at 16 to L
and will be the only morning daily in
' Freacsi Spiee aad GerxBaaFerta.
Berlin, Oct. S. Acting upon Informa
tion received the authorities of Oologne
have taken Into custody several a4dltlonal
persons who are cnarged with being con
nected with what seems to be a taoroujrh-
ly organised attempt to spy upon different
lorunja positrons in ueraeany. : ; .-,
WASHUCTOX.Oci. 3 The Roman Cath
olic Eochariatis congress , received a com
munication from the pop through Car
dinal Gibbons, eosrveytng ths -biosslng of
hie holisMaa om the work of the
ABBREVIATED TELEGRAM V
Obituary: At Leavenworth, Kan- cx-
Tjnited St ast a Senator Robert Crotter.
'At New' York, ex-PoUce Justice Solon B.
Smith, S3. At Hampton. Conn., ftofessor
Eli Whitney Blake, recently of Brown
university. At San Fnusdsco, Ira P.
Rankin, a pionocr millionaire. At Denver,
Dr. Richard F. Adams, formerly of Illi
nois, 83. At Detroit, General O. M. Poc,
U. SL A, . well-known for his. connect ioa
with lake navigation. 1
Senator Vest is chairman of the deep-
water conf orence in session at Topelui,
Charles E. Browne, tho first schoolmas
ter that ever taught in Chicago, died at his
home in Glencoe, a Chicago snburb. v. .
Jnd-ra Hinfo-l. at Scaltlo. has refused
to confirm Judge 'Jenkins' action in ac
cepting the resignation of .the Northern
Pacific receiver opposed by the Brayton
Ives interest. Hu has "fired" them be
cause they did not give him an accounting
as he had ordered.
Another ease of a dual life has come to
light by tho death of D. A. Martin, a
prominent grain dealer of Chicago and
Milwaukee, who, it .has developed, left a
family in each city. . .
Peter Crawford, 23 years old, a former
mail messenger of New York, has been
aslccprwith the exception of a few hours,
for the last scvon or eight months, A
littlo over a year ago . Mr. Crawford was
thrown from a mail wagon in New York,
sustaining injuries to his spine,-:
: Fires at Philadelphia destroyed the gas
and elcctrio fixture plant of Horn, Bran-
non, Forsythe 6c Co., and the brickyards
of A. H. Dingus. Tho first named firm
lost flon,POO and the latter eS5,0UU
John D. McIntyre,an Irishman who was
a delegate to the Chicago convention, and
who had boen reported missing, has
turned up all right at the Windy City.
Fire at Chicago destroyed tho buildins
occupied by F. Herbold & Son as a fur
niture factory. It was laOtfJO feci and
the loss Is 8100,00). - - . .
Charles N. Smith, who killed his own
little girl and her aunt and tried to kill
his wife at Decatur, Ills pleaded guilty.
Ignatz Goldmann, a feeble and defense
less old man at St. Louis, was assaulted
In a room where he lived alone, beaten in
to Insensibility with a flat iron and then
stabbed repeatedly, -lie is dead, i "
The Argus. 10c a week, delivered
every evening at your door.
THOUSANDS OF WOMEN
If ArtrBslBs to rUagj fcLTIcrtin.
tCaanes Health se Ftei , eewl w to .
atelaa Tkresa-hent SM k,.fn Ti en .
IT KEVER FAILS To) r Uf&
T wire has been endsr
Slctaiu three year, vitbovt I . r Maine
threo bottles of BKASViiLVa a- -wsaaa
BKXBF1ELD EEGrLATM Cw.. swttl, i.
tar- sold by areggisieastsja ser '
East Moline, the Hustler from Hustle ville, in 90 diys has located
I . ' - Three Factories to employ 700 men enough to
t . , guarantee a city of 5,000 people. . '
THE WESTERN STAMPING CO.
To manufacture Plumbers' Supplies and
Stamped Ware. Factory nearly completed.
Work to commence next month. ' Capacity
EAST MOLTNE Engine and Tool Co.
. . Formerly Reliance Machine and Tool Co.. of
Cleveland, Ohio, will work 100 men. Fac
tory now going up. Will itart this fall.
WEIR PLOW CO.
From Monmouth, with 600 hands. - Plana
now under way. $75,000 worth .of buildings
to be constructed. Ground to bo broken in
side of SO days. ; '
WATER The finest artesian water in the
west, now flowing 800 gallon per minute.
' Water charged with minerals and magnetism
cool and clear. ' Nothing -like ft elsewhere.
Will warrant a sanitarium. It insures health
to the inhabitants of the coming city.
GRADES AND SURVEYr The Grades
of East Moline aro established. Profile of
- principal street- showing grade lines, cnta
and fills, will be shown by the company to
any one interested. ' Sewer and, drainage sys
tems are all planned. "
PARKS Over thirty Parks dedicated.
Sites reser red for schools and public build.
rings.:. ; -;v --
CHURCHES To the first church that
V wQ1 Pat P tn test building a free site will
be donated. . . .
FOR INVESTMENT. The great growth of East Moline since its inception, and the per
manent advantages it possesses, insure a population of from 10,000 to 40,000 peoplen the neat few
year. There is therefor no part of the enterprise that offers as great ft chance for gaSo, combined with
- . absolute safety, as an Investment in its lots. ', V.
TERMS OF SALE. Liberal to the mechanic and home builder; inducing to the investor.
. attractive to the bosiaess man, and equally open to all, areas follows: First. Ail cash. Where partltV
' bay for cash r deposit oi 925 per lot will be required at the sale, and tha balance on delivery ef war
rantv deed. Second. One-half eaah. balance in one veax. Third. : One-third cash, balance In one and '
two years, or ia four sesBti-hnaaal payments. Fourth. One-fourth cash, balance la one, two aad three
- years, or in six equal semi-annaal payments. Fifth. 926 per lot cash and $10 per month. All deferred
payments to be etosed by note drawing per cent interest. V" '
ONE-THIRD Ol THE PROCEEDS will be used to procure factories, several of which
- are now ia visrey asbll-se aader aegotlatioa. : , ' '; .-
nm ! ...iMa-..eaaVs. mimt
,r (. to intents
r r 't f.T i
. t-. .
ffllMis sjf pai anna, yeranjt
t ' "it Is TTswattesuswlT the Vast ready for lafaavte aad Childresi
the wrarld suss wrer Icnwans. It Is hasrwrnleee. ChKdjeaa Iflto U. It
fcaaJtA. It erf!! saw
eel.lna which Is aheolotelr
. - Casterla deetreya Worm a.
"' . feaaterla allays FeTerlahneem. '
Caetoria prwremte wiselting; Sosur Cwrd. -CastorU
ewroe Piarrhcpa aad Wind CoHe.
Castorla rsMsvss Teeraiaur, Trowisilesw .
' Canrtawta ews Cosrstiwatlesi and Flatnleaey.
Caatesda laatriliaea tho afceta of earbonlo aeid gas er palsoeyeete air.
Caetoria d sut coatalai anorphlsra, erplnja. or other warootie au-opei t y.
Caetoria -"-tee tha food, reerwlntes tho etoaaach and. Wweja,
strrlwa; heedthy auad statsnral sleep,
Casterla Is pat erp to rmastVe hottlwe only. It Is ot Id tat walk.
Peat i5ct any ana to sail yon nnythlsur elaa am tha plea ar yrwoales)
that H to "jnst ae trood" and "will aaiswer aweary pwrpoee.
. Soe that yon gat O - A - S - T - Q
. Tha iam-aaslla
Children Cry for
Has the most replete line of new patterns in Imported .
, and domestic suitings in the city. '
mj SECOIU tVEIBE.
THE" TALK OF THE
as CaetnrU with the wtresmc f
ere to epeafr f it wifliBttt "rjoeewfaay.
their Hwee. In tt Mothera have,
safe tuast praotieaJly perfect ar
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OPPORTUNITIES TO BE OFFERED.
.FOR BUSINESS The phenomenal growth ot
East Moline and its guaranteed future of per
manent prosperity will afford ample openings
for profitable- business, such as Hardware,
V ' Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Dry Goods, etc
A fine line of business lots will be sold for
such purposes, and liberal inducements given
' to purchases for immediate buildings.
EMPLOYMENT Factories already un-
. der contract, and thoso soon to be added,
' will give employment to competent craftsmen
, and steady workers. These factories are un- .
der contract to give preference to East Moline
lot owners and residents.
FOR HOME OWNING Residence lots
convenient to factories or on the beautiful
river bank, will be sold on the most liberal
terms and arrangements for house building
can be made for parties who pay for lots. Onr
insurance contract made with married men in
, good health, which gives the lot to tha family
in case of the death of the bnsband and father,
is the most liberal offer ever made la this or
any other country.
FOR RESIDENCE The land skirting
the Mississippi river will be sold at East Mo
- line for residence purposes. There, is no
other city with a residence river front. ' Bod
man road, 80 feet wide, to be parked and
bonlevarded. '.'.". ,
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