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THE ABGUB, TUESDAY; OCTOBER 15. 1895
State Savings Bank,
Moline, III., Office Corner
Fifteenth St. and Third Ave.
Capital $ 100,00000
Succeed, the- If attna Saying. Bank
4 Per Cent Interest
Paid on Depesits.
Organised ondet BUM Laws.
Open from a. m. to 1 p. m., and
Wednesday and Saturday nights from
7 to 8 p m
Foam Siimii, - - Premaent
Bnu Dabm, Vice President
C F Em wit, - Cashier
Poa-rxa Sxnona, Hnsa Dabum,
B H Alw.wobth, Oao H Xdwabm,
C F Hkhbhwat, 0 A Boss,
C R AimwoBTB. W H Adams,
W W Wrtxa.
Hucslno Q Hooft
Representing among other time-tried
and well known Fire In so rati re Com
panies the following:
Rochester German Ins Co...
Westchester Fir ...
Bnffalo German " ...
Spring; Gordon ...
Mermen Fire " ...
Mew ilampahlra ...
Milwaukee Mechanic. ...
Security " ...
....Rocbeatcr, N Y
Buffalo, N Y
.. Manchester N H
.Mew Haven, Conn
Office Corner Eighteenth street
and Second Avenue, second floor.
Telephone No. 1047.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
"The Old Reliable"
HAYES & CLEAVELAND,
Representing over Forty Million
Dollars of Cash Assets.
"PIRE, LIFE, TORNADO, ACCI-
DENT, MARINE, EMILUl
Bonds of Suretyship.
t Ofllcc Bungston's block, Kock Island, 11.
Seen re onr rate; they will interest 70a,
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fix and Tlme-trlou Compan'ea
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rata aa lew aa an rallabl aompacy can attar,
nar Patron... la aoltelteA.
The Portage Entry
Successors to the Portage
Red Stood -Co., also to Furst
Neu A Co.,
LAKE SUPERIOR PORT
AGE RED, BROWN
AND VARIEGATED SAND
Security Building, Ninth
Floor, Madison Street and
s i ?e
s 5 & s
St. Vitus' Dance."
THE MODERN TREATMENT.
Little Maori Doretjr Cared of St. Vltata
Dance after four Pkyelclane Uatl lax
effectually Treated the Caar.
from Hit Xinjara Fallt llrvittr.)
Beins t 1 J tliat the eight-vear M d.ini'liter
of Mr. Ilnrety, Ontario Avenue, had b-en
miraculously cured ot M. mis' tlanr: we
decided to investigate the case ami ascertain
the facts. AcMnliniflv we visittd her home
when shs r.-lated the fact as follows ;
"It is about two yean and a half since
Mabel was stricken "with St. Vitus' dance
caused fv the weakenia:; effects nf la eriptie
and rheumatism. Three local physicians
were r ill ! in as was also n'ie doctor of cm-
sidcrable reputation from Xjfignra Kalis, N.Y.,
out in Inula? fir tlie prevripft ms or tliess
physicians auil the hest of care, Malx-1 iirrw
raiiMlv w.irss. SI13 could not bj left alone
au instant anil wai as helpless as an iulUnt
as sh hml no control of hfr limbs at all. She
could neither walk without as-istanee nor
take fooil or d.'ink. At this stse on'" of the
attenliii physicians said, "Mrs. Itnrcty,
lliere is no use in my routing here any more.
There is nithin:; that I know of cm be dune
for vonr little trirl."
"Vell matters went on that way furasliort
time with no (i-tfer results tTI one day I was
sure the poor child wa dvinj. I remembered
having s ren U'"-nintsof St. ViHi'daniveurcd
bv the ttv of lr. Williams' I'iuk I'ills for
lul 1'eipl-? ntfl I ti-l.r:iiiii.-J t i Irv them.
I fai skeptical a to the eT.-et und only tried
tlfin as a last retort, but nai m:i a-jr. inly
surpris-.- l nt the r -stilt. In less thaa three
months she was si tii-n.-h It "Iter that the dread
disense nliiiost rutirely disop"ared, and the
pills were di-e mtiniii:!. In a f-w months
however, she showed that the ympt uts had
not he'.-n entirely crailieatt'il from Iter vystein,
so I had her ajiti c tiiim -n " th-: u ! of the
I'ink I'ills. I fen certain t'mt nil trices nl
the awful malady will br sw.-pt rway, f ir site
(toes to sehool now and we have not th slight
est anxietr in leavin-j her alone. Ir. Wil
liams' link I'ills are certainly a cr.itid r in-!-dy
and I would not lie without theai under
aiiv ronsideration, for I think they are worth
their weiirht in gold, a in mr little uirl'i
case th v have lrn true to alf tlwy a Ivcr
tise. I ti in only too glad to let otli rs hitow
of this miraeulotis cure throh th? uv? tf
Pr Williams' I'ink Pills."
Dr. Williams' Pink Tills contain, in a con
densed form, all the elements necessary t.i
pive new life and richness to the blood mi 1
restore shattered nerves. They arj u!mi a
vcilic for troubles peculiar to females, :;ch
as suppression', irregularities and nil fr;ii i
of weakness. They build tip the hlrod n:il
restore the clow of health to pale ou nailo.r
cheeks. In men they effect a radical cure
in all cases arising from m-ntal worry, over
work or excesses of whatever nature! I'ink
Pills are sold in boxes (never in loose hulk)
at 50 cents a box or aix boxes for L'.."0, ntfl
mar be had of all druceists, or direct by
mail from Ir. Williams' Medicine Couioany,
Schenectady, X. Y. ... . . -
Dr. Gharlott Bergman
OF THE SWEDISH
113 Kinsman St., Cleveland.O.
This eminent Swedish lady physi
cian, has, at the urgent request of
many Moline patients, and others le
sirinj; the benefit of her superior
skill in the cure of all Chronic, Oh.
scure and Obstinate diseases, decided
to locate in Davcnjtort.
All NervousBlood, Heart, Throat
ami Lung. Eye and Ear Troubles,
Consumption, Hay Fever, Catarrh,
Malaria, Indigestion. KUeuniatism,
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Nerve ami Mus
cular Pains, Fits, St. Vitus' Dance.
Diseases Peculiar to Women, Uterine,
Kidnev and Bladder Affections, are
peedilv relieved and a permanent
RUPTURE Cure guaranteed or no
pay. VARICOCELE, HYDROCELE
PILES, FISSURE, Fistula and all
Rectal Diseases. Cancers, Tumors
Ulcers, Skin Affections, Diseases of
Men, IVood Poison, Sexual anil (ien-
eral Debility, Paralysis, Tape Worms
(removed beau ana all or no charge),
and all Chronic and Obscure Dis
eases of either sex Cured in a short
time bv sure and painless method.
Iho following are some nf the tes
timonials of prominent people of
Mrs. E. Selnon. snffptcd trim lung tron
ble and other dlscaecs and waa in the te oid
stave of consumption. The case was declared
hopelc.a liv the bett doctor, in Mol'ne and Itork
Island and fonr prominent phy.iclana of lhlra;o,
At last she was going to Sweden to end her tew
rrmslnini; dar with her fiinily. At this time
Mra. Dr lierirratn came 10 aioline Kt April and
told her ahe didn't need to go back home, as she
c Mild cure her. How well the doctor has kept
her word, Mrs. Nelson will relate to anyone call
ltK 011 her at her reeidence, M10 Twelfth street.
Mrs. John I'.a s, 'M Twelfth street, who has
suffered many years from eristic rneumatlsm and
other trotib'es, will cheerfully rec tmmcnj the
docto- to anyone
Mr. Lund. 13H Twelfth atr.et. came to Pr.
Bergman at the recommendation of the HwX"lih
Baptist minister, Kcv. Wester. Mr. I.nnd had
pattered from catarrh for year, anil fad an opera
tioa performed on hi. throat. He came to the
ilMMor.iu such a terrlb'e condition thu his life
was dirpaircd of. lie will tell all persons c 'limp
on hitn what the doctor did for him.
These are only a few of the hun
dreds of cures performed by this re
markable woman ana her sweuisa
methods of treating the people. The
doctor will be at the Downs hotel
Davenport, with her associated phy
sicians, call eariv. lasc i-ames
P. S. All Hock Island and Moline
patients will have car fare paid.
Maae a wen
raopveaa tus aaoTB
RMILTStaM aTK. Cures all
loa.et. ..cauosM by past alu.".ciTevipor and viz
to shrunk orKans. and UirklT biitaurelr n-torea
Vmmt HashM4 m old orTonnir. KvilTcarrif-'ilnrrst
piK-lu 1'ri pnkafe. Sia for . Kh a
wraliea ansaraats trwr r Miaagy trrfealHn'X
frvydn im'trt ton, mix in.u.- on havtna ltAPe). If
T..urlrUfcCit hz -t tt-wewiii wad it prepaid.
an aiaan 1 ma..
SOLD at the Harocr House Drue PhartnaCT.
RIK'K ISLAND. ILL.: b Wm. Clcndrnia,
BiUL'.-vfc, and oma leadmg aruggKta.
a " . 1 . ai w s.
v 5 r a m v
-NLiTC a r A M
Closing Proceedings of the Con-
TJUCLE SAMUEL TAKEN TO TASK.
Charred with Xot Doina; HIa Whole Dory
In the Hatter or Protect km to Mtasloiaa
Action on Snnday Obaervaiwe Episco
pal tana Take t"p Chnrch Fnlty tTarder
Bather IMseoti rasing Conditions Be
Tialon Almost a Dead Issue.
Syracuse, X. Y., Oct. Ii At the last
day's session of the National Council of
the Congregational Churches of the United
States among the subjects on the pro
gramme were universal peace, marriage
and divorce, prison reform and fMinuay
observance. The committee on protection
of Americans abroad submitted resolu
tions through Rev. B. i. Xorthrup, of
Clinton, Conn., declaring that "o'.ir cltl-
rens encaged in religious and educational
work ubmad aro ientitled to the s.1me pro-
tis?tion from the American government as
is given to the traveler or trader. We do,
therefore, respectfully ask and confident
ly expect our government to give full at
tention and nil possible protection to such
missionaries, ns well as to other citizens
living or visiting abroad, and we recog
nize the faithfulness with which this duty
has lieen performed from time to time.
Rioters Not SufHrlrntly I'milslird.
"In this pnrtictilur the wrongs done to
our missionaries in the l aniline islands
in China, and in Turkey, have not lieen
fully atoned for or punished by the gov"
eminent responsible therefor. We deeply
deplore the mnssacro in China of a num
ber of missionaries of sister churches and
we ask, not in 0117 spirit of vengeance, but
with a desire for protection, that when
possible bydiplimiat'c representations, and
where liecessnrr bv more vigorous action.
it lie made clear that our government will
Dot fail to give all due protection to its
citizens whose work abroad is an honor to
our own nation and a blessing to those
countries iu which t heir lalxirs arc ex
pended.'' Exprvsaioua on Various Siildccts
Rev. II. 1. Keed, of Michigan, thought
the resolutions not sufficiently strong, but
it was explained that moderate language
would lie prolutbly more elTevtive than
more vigorous cxprtrssiims. 1 lie canteen
svstem in tin armv was condeniiied and
more army chaplains usked for. The re
xirt of the coiiimittet; on marriage and
divoree saiij: "The necessities of the hour
aro the assumption ot parental tvsmsl-
bllity for the developmeiit of the family, a
check t J the inroads of surrounding condi
tions, und thivt the home to lie niiide the
basis of religious work." It was recom
mended th.it t he subject, lie further con
sidered by a special committee.
Itraolittiona on sitiltday OI;ervailre.
Hev. Ijimes Hlakeslee, of ToH'ka, of the
cotnniittts? on Sunday observance, pre
Rented the following resolutions which
were adopted: "Hesolved, -That we ex
press our approval ofthe lie! ion ol the exe
cutive coniniitti'e of the Congregational
Home Missionary society disapproving of
the use of Sunday railway trains, except j
in cases of emergency, by the missionaries
of that society, and we suggest that our
ministers und jieoplc lie urged to adopt a
similar course; that we express our hearty
approval of the movement inaugurated in
Xcw ork for th - enforcement of laws
tiding to Kectire o the people n Sahbath
of peace and giHid onler."
Iteport on ,lmlge I.ynrb.
The committed on lyuehing through
President Strong, of Iowa, reportetl on
that subject usking other Christian limbos
to cotiperate in creating a sentiment
niroinst lynching. The report was adopted.
Standing and other coiniuittis'S were ap
pointed during the afternoon session, and
the evening programme was given over to
sH-ech-mnkiug and to the committee on
capital ond lulior. Her. Washington
liladden, 1). I..of ('oluinbus.O., presented
then-port of the committee on capital and
Jailor, and the council nrTjoiirncd sine die.
nmrssj.D ciiKUTi.tx rxiTY.
l-:lscom1ians lo Not lnke Mnch Pro
cress on the Subject.
Minneapolis, Oct. l.V The subji-et of
church unity came to the front almost at
the opening of the session of the Episcopal
house of deputies. A report was pre
sented by a majority of the ebiniuittee on
amendment stot lie-constitution prscnting
an niiiendnii'iit empowering any bishop to
recognize congregations outside the Kpis
cnpal church and take them under bis spe
cial care, provided such congregation sub
scribes to the Episcopal creed, iu which
case it neitl not necessarily lie confirmed.
A minority report signed by six ineiu
bcrs of the committee was presented by
Hev. J. .1. Faude, of Minneajmlis. The
minority opposed the amendment b.--cnusc
it touchtil tht btMik of ctunnioii
prayer and pive bishops the right to set
aside the customs and canons of the
church. The rciiort called attention to
the fact that there bad Ihs ii absolutely 110
response to the advances made hy the
church toward unity, and that this move
was premature. ' The uiiittcr was made n
The deputies sjient all the afternoon de
bating propositions looking to a cessation
of the debate on the constitutional n
vision question and the n-fen'tice of the
entire matter to a siecial committee.
the sKtik(Ts of thu afternoon and every
one elsi-. for that matter. -oneehtl that it
would lie impossible to p-t through the re
vision at this session, but nothing delinite
was decided upon.
Tlie house of bishops decided not to elect
a bishop of Alaska at present, but to add
the territory to the missionary district of
Olympian and phuv it in charge of Bishop
Harker. the present bishop of Olympia.
The proposition to set otT the northern
part of Minnesota us a missionary tils
net was agroad to.
Itointt of the Lutheran.
Easton, Pa., Oct. 15. At thu Luthern
council the report f the deaconesses work
showed that 140 Lutheran women are en
gaged in the worfc the value of real estate
devoted to the homes and institutions is
f7oo,t"si; amount of money expended Inst
year in maintaining the homes Was
WK The mother liouss f"r the dcasv
nesses are located in I'iladclphia, Omaha,
Milwaukee, Minneapolis. Brooklyn and
Hiiltinmrc. It was decidid to add to the
list of institutions the Jacksonville h-js-j
ltnl. of Jacksonville, Ills. It was re
solved to establish a weekly Knglish
church paper as souu as funds can be
WILL NOT PARADE UNDER BURKE.
Military Tangle at Atlanta Over aa Eaeorl
for President Cleveland.
ATLANTA, Oct. 13. The announcement
Is made by Colonel John S. Candler, the
senior colonel of the Georgia volunteers,
that no company of the regular National
Guard will consent to parotic on Presi
dent's Day at the exposition, Oct. 23. The
reason for this is that the exposition
directors have placed the parade in charge
of Captain J. i Burke, of the Gate City
Gnards, an organization which is not en
listed in the state service, does not wear
'the regulation st ite uniform and is not
under officers commissioned by any state
On this account that company was not
invited to participate in the parades oh the
opening day of the exposition and on Lib
erty Bell liny, hut through the action of
the exposition committee they have been
placed in charge of the procession to escort
President Cleveland to the ground on tho
occasion of his visit here next week. Col
onel Candler Is one of the most promi
nent Cleveland Democrats in Georgia, biUV
it is understood that this will not prevent
his insisting on strict observance of tho
military lnw of the state. The regular
militia are with Colonel Candler, and tho
indications are that the president's escort
will be confined to a single vjmpany.
ADDRESS FROM THE DEBS UNION.
Appeal to Railway Employes and Greeting
to ItA Imprisoned Leader.
Devil's Lake, X. D., Oct. 15. Thegen
eral board of mediation of the A. R. U.
has adopted the following addressed: "To
the Kail way F.iuploycsof America:"
"Though overwhelmed and shattered In
the great strike of 1MH, its member
blacklisted and scattered, the union lias
risen and is lighting the way to industrial
freedom. The railway interests of the
country am rapidly passing under the con
trol of a few men, and the only hope ot
employes lies in unification, and progres
sive men are active in their efforts to bring
"Tu onr In-loved president, E. V. Debs:
Although yon tiro lichind prison bars, de
prived of yolir lilierty by a corrupt and
s.-rvile tool of corporations backed by a
rotten administration, you live in the
hearts of the common people. The cm
ployes of the Great Northern are with you
as they were in liSiW, and honor you as the
leader who will yet lead to victory."
Wheat Harvest r the World.
WAsnixuTON.Oct. 15. The general con
clusion in tlie British cereal trade that the
wheat harvest of the world for 1SS5 if
about 100,01 o,oo; bushels less than that oi
IS14 is announced in the report of th:t Eu
ropean agent of the agrieultiir.il depart
ment for Octob.-r. The report adds: "It
is known, however, that a greatly reduced
quantity is ls ing fed to stock, leaving
ubotit the same quantity for human lie-
lngs. The estimates of this seasons
wheat crop in the United Kingdom vary
from twenty-thn-e to twenty seven bush
els an acre. Both in Gn-at Britain anil
on the continent the wheat was harvested
in such favorable condition as to assure a
high percentage of flour.
Hazzard's Magnanimous PrnposaL
Tacoma, Wash., Oct. 1.1. George Ha
zard, a well-known politician and a mem
ber of Custer Post. Gniud Army of tho
Tjimlilie of t!iw eitv ;it n nnnl:ir ,i,ntiti. !
of the p;wt gave notice that he would,
Satunlny next, i ffer a resolution provid
ing that Custer Post appoint a committee
of live to memorialize congress for the
passage of a law admitting cx-Confcdcrutc
soldiers to the National Soldiers' homes on
exactly the same luisis ns ex-Union sol
diers. The proposed n-solution has stirred
up much feeling in the post, niaiij- mem
bers lu ing outspoken ngninst its passage.
Springlield Kleclric Light Cose Decided.
SPIUNGFIELU, Ills., Oct. 15. In the
Sangamon circuit court Judge Shirley has
decided the celebrated Springlield electric
light case. A new electric light company
known as the Capital Klectric company
was established here and the city ngnvd
to pay tl i:l per light per year and nt the
end of live years the plant was to be turned
over to the city without further cost. Tlie
company which then had the contract ou
lighting the city applied for an injunction
against this action. Judge Shirley had
granted a temporary injunction, but now
bus dissolved tlifa injunction.
Advised to Ask for Arbitration.
!i'i:iN;l-"IELD, Ills., Oct. 15. At a mas
meeting of the miners held here to discuss
the situation a notion for all miners to
strike if 40 cents was not granted by nil
operators was defeated. The trouble binges
on thns? or four operators in the district
refusing to pay over 3e cents, and their
miners continuing to work at that rate.
Secretary Malcom, of the state lioitnl of
arbitration, advised the miners nt all the
shafts to unite in appealing to the state
board of arbitration to arbitrate.
Tennessee Style of Fake.
KsoxviLLK, Oct. l.V l'eopleou Uolston
mountain, in Carter county, are agitated
over a freak of nature. Recently Hill
Chance, an eccentric character, committed
suicide by bunging himself from the limb
of a large, gn-i-a oak tree. The tree died
immediately and presents the appearance
of having been tleatl for years. All tho
shmbliery and vegetation for several feet
around the tree is le;wl, and tlie blight,
like the fears of the people, is spreading.
Ileinaud of Iowa t'oal M iners.
1)es Moines, Oct. 11. One hundred and
I twenty-live dolegab-s, representing over
4AX) miners, met at Assemldy Hall and
unanimously divided to declare for a raise
ef loo-nts per ton tin all coal mined with
in the district, said raise to take effect on
the 10th iust. l'nh-!s the raise is given
on the lilth the miners will strike.
Fourth Victim of the Trolley Aeeitlent.
PlTTSBl'KG, Oct. l.V O. J. Baldwin, of
Youngsville, Pa., a victim of tho west end
trolley car accident, died at the hospital.
This makes four deaths so far, and several
others are in a critical condition. The ac
cident was caused by a bad brake chain
and the fact that the trolley left the wire.
Fair Israelite IV-romes a Nan.
Boston, Oct. l.V Blanche Elkan, the
daughter of a prominent lb-brew cloak-
maker, liecauie a convert to the ltoman
Catholic religion while ntteiiding school
at Bellevue convent. LJiicbcc, and upon her
return there this tail was enrolled its a
nan In the Order of the Good Shepherd.
The Illinois r.bxhteenth ltistriet.
LlTcni'lELD, Oct. 13. At the congress
ional committee iiu--ting held here XV. K.
la. liadley, of Madison county, was nomi
nated as the lts-puhlic-nn candidate for
congress to nil thu place uf Cyrus L Cook,
New York Financial.
New Yohk, Oct. 14.
Honey 'on call nominally 2 per cent.;
prime mercantile paper. per cent-;
sterling exchange win firm with actual
business in linkers' bills at 48TS'4Sr?4 fo.
demand and I31',i IS-V, tor sixty days: pustei
rat.-s 4S7 s Pff 1 and 4S Fi tS'i ; commercial bills.
8ilver cyrtiflcates, OS',: sales 2D.0J3; bar
silver. 68. Mexican dollars, 53' 4.
L'nitei btat arowrnment bonds steady:
new 4's reg., ID; do. coupons, li&i; S's reg.
l!fl; 5's coupons. 11: f"s reg.. 1114: 4's coup
ons, 111,: i s reg.. lT; Pisciflet's of 'no, 1JU.
Chicago Produce and tiriin.
Chicaoo. tVt. 14.
The following were the quotations on thn
Board if Triule "tot'uiy: Wheat Octolier,
opened niS4 Vlosed 5. 1 s; Dsjemljr, tipeue!
W4C. closed iSu1,!-; May, opened IM'c, closed
(U1. Cora OL-tober. ojiened V, clostsl
iWe: December, opt-ned -7 'v-. closed s7Se;
3iay. oju-ni-tl -J!1 closisl i Oats Oettiber,
opened ITS", clo.s..! lt?4.-: lix-ceiiiber. opentsl
li7ac. cl.iscd 177s-; Miy, tipsncd 2t'tc.
clitsi-d il'wc. Pork Ojtobiir. nominal, closed
S.15; January, op-nod ifltjjj'j, clised
!.flj. Laixl Ocfjb.'r, opened ?'i.T5. closoj
fo.To; January, op:-ne:l $5.u. closed
Produce: Butter Extra creamery, ifj. jh-j
lb; cxtr. dairy. lc: packing stock, T?fc.
Eggs Fnsh stock. H' 3..-per tloK. Poultry
ISpmiir ehichens, Te per lb; ol,l iu-lts, 7c;
roostens, .V-: Turkeys "e; dtv-ks, h'-yn:
9e: bs-s, n.) a 6.50 per doz. Potatnea Bur
biiaks, ''ifH px-r ba: sweet pntatj?. Illi
nois, S.5if0 1.7.1 Ier bbl. Apples Fair to
choice, l.no-f2.0 ier bbl. Honey Whito
clover, 1 lit. sections, fane;,-, I.V-; bnikeu
Co 111I1, lU'il-'r: cstractcsL aio ' p:-r 11).
Chicago Live Mock.
'Iiit-Auo. Oct. 14.
Live Stock Prices nt thu L'tiion Stock
yards today ranged as follotvs; Hoirs Esti
mated receipts tor thi- tUiv, :ii,nil; s;il-j
ranged nt JiUO.M.H pigs t.fi5 nl.-i", liht.
W..jot;t.7(l ronU packing, ?s.7." .1.2.1 niixisj,
and 75 ij4.'-M heavy packing a il skipping
I'.ittle Estimated nceipts for the tLiy
SSi.nuu: quotations rangixlat 5.'J0t 5.5.1 chnicu
to extra shippinc st-rs, l.l.'i i.U gm:l M
choice do., at.Wrl.tO fair t-i kk1, f I..VI i.iki
common to misliuin do.. Jt.:CiiiJ butchers'
t.teers. f.'.at:tOtl stocki-r.s, t,Ktt:i.75 f.s-d -rs,
lt.i!uitS.3u cows, -..oa-L7.". heifers, $1.7.Vn3.7o
bulls, sj.K5r4.4u Texas st.ssrs.S2.nia4.f west
ern rantesUs rs. and S-LOJ't 1.W veal calves.
Sheep Htitnated n-e-ipts for the day,
ai.UUG; sales ruuosl at $2.0.1 4 1.10 v. -sterns
(a-2.40 Texas, 1.7i J Ifio uauvea, and r2.6J4.5i
The Local Market.
Corn New, 95; old, Tttraaoc.
Oata New, l(klc; oid, S2c.
Hay Tiroothv.fi KitV.l: upland, 111; wild, ?7
;10; slouKh, "$S; baled, (111.
Batter Fair to choice, 15c316r; fresh cream
ery. Sic. a
Eirgs Fres. 15a.
Poultry Cblckena, 6c
Cattle Bntchcrs pay for corn fed ulcers
3'sc35c; cows and heifers, 34cs34c; calves,
bueei :l tfWHc
Spring lamb, 4c a head.
Geo. lleiDzmann.m-lor of the 2,1 Il'inniH
Infauirv. pave: I waa enot fonr times
durini! tho war, and bare tattered !P yearn
from Wound Kruiati.-'M. Thrve b tttlv
ot "dchrage's $l,OQO,000 Rheu
matic Clliti" cofisp lute ly cured me, and
1 titternutv and neartiirnd r-eH aa bfirtr
all it it ciaimfd. and beiiip the tel ihinse I
i Know or lor tnt Hoys iu mas vtua nave
rLeumtitni.'' 77 Fifth aviine, Cbicafio.
Mairir Ilulnzman has a crml.cnjre cold 1
R mednl for con?p:cuons gallantry on the ba:-
Guaranteed the hedt remedy nn earth for
Klie'.mHtimaiiLl curaliti. Write today.
I Acver tails.
SWAXSON RHEUMATIC CURE
l(o Dearborn Street, - - fincAoo
Sold 1V T. H. Thom.is and Marshall
Fisner, ajents for Kock ialacd.
30,000 Persons Cured.
Is tbe only 3-dollar shoe that's
uusue ut uazmciry C&1X BKin, OOIlgO-
vup, au teauier xrirrrmea, aolld
leather onlAia nn vs- .i
. . wwn7vu uio
outer And innaranla la a s.
of cork and rubber equal to a
Lasts and Looks Vol!.
Tan Styles 4, 6 and 6 trlO.
Ask Your Dealer For IL
J. B. LEWIS C0 Boston. Mai.
Soldly DOLLY BROS.
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Your Patronage is Solicited. .
Office 1820, Second Av.
Harper Bonse Block. f
.w wwDiMTJtiT.. nmtrat.
-v Ab-.-r.. tLalse uwlMiaiciM; fur anrf
V II pnw tiaVase vjJinew.y wr iiui Ji men-
r;ruwa, urcu uj over aV,Utf
Vmdiv mamxhkr. In1cormtea ttsctu
iti(muM. Beware af lltmtl f. Vm
Drr. aU. tt wi. or LrnAvlbxtL. timat
reaied la pi sun vnrnpper. Sand Oe la
frunpTCTparclrt;laxa. mI4 w Lipm
U'ittU Actcrre. Mfff H lUMSAL
Sdld 7 Uanz & VUcmcTer and T. B. Thomav
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription fbr Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium. Morphino nor
other Narcotic substance It is a harmless substituto
for Parcsoric, Drops, Sooth ins Syrups ami Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant." Its guarantee is thirty years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
fevcrishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Castoria relieves
teething troubles' cures constipation and llatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cos
toria is tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
"Castoria Is an excellent medicine, for chil
dren. Mothers havo repeatedly told me ot ita
good effect upon their children."
Da. Q. C Osaoon,
. Castoria Is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope tho day is not
far distant when mothers willconsidcr the real
Interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the variousquack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, aoothirg syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throaty thereby Bcnduis
them to premature grares.'n
Do. 3. F. KntcBSLOB,
Th Ontaar Company, TI Murray Street, New York City.
THE PLACE TO BUY
Room Mouldings, Pictures, Picture
Frames and Window Shades is at the
Adams Wall Paper Company,
310, 312 and 314 Twentieth street.
SPANISH f HUtMtNT.
i.iK. 1 ltd 111 .iiiii inn
H'C l-:U Holes, t-Uruiiki-n
.entttv,- lnrsns, unnrtina' en,- fur s.nlv, liufuneHi nun tnarrtui-e. In iiilrkl eunU 1T
Iftr. Klrla-Mra hHil.li ,-r :ralns. 1 dry ncil onlei-un- l-v -nitmir mt It
ot (1 vn. . I. nt art- u Kre.it M Kl K TVli: and II I. III II.OKIl, lulnv.
h.k till' pink (tun ta pule
uafii-ht. l:v liisil. frl.OO Ii.-!-
alcflou. v Lroaunuat, rcfaoi ta aaaaci iluvL
For sain by Harts & Ullcmeycr, 301
Asalenee's Xot ice.
Notice l hereby slven that the nnilcraiimeil
has been appuln eil assignee of the Konk Island
Heating ana Pltinibingcniiiiany, at.d all perrona
holding any claim or clsims ajaintt said com
pany aro hereby noticed to present the same to
me or to Adair Pleasants.' mv A'.torm-v. tinder
oath rr aTrtr.ation within three momr-s from
this date, whe her raid cla ms arc due or not.
All persons intlebted to paid assignor are re
quested to make prompt payment of th same.
iiaicu scpi. a, isw.
THOMAS B. DAVIS. Assignee.
Adair Pleasants, Attorney.
Kstate of Joseph K. niorhlinirer. Deceased.
The undcrshrocd havina- been appointed ad
ministrator ofthe estate of Joseph r. iilorhlingcr,
late- of the county ft Rock Island, atatv of
Illinois, derenscd, hereby eirea notice tbat h -will
appear hefore tbe county court of Kock Island
county, at tbe offlcc of th. clerk of raid court, is
the city of Rock Island, at the December term on
the first Monday In Iteccmlicr next, at which time
all persons having claims against said estate are
notified and requested to ailcnil, for th purpose
of haTiug the same adjusted.
All nersons indebted toaaid estate are rcnnrsl-
d to make in mediate payment to the uudcr-
Dated this d day of Spt-mlK-r, A. TV If-trj,
FRANK V. BMM'Ml.lVOElt.
Administrator with the Will Annexed.
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
In the clrcuireourt. in chancery. Foreclosure
frcneral No. a,h7!i,
Pascal Breecber vs. Anna ft. Anthony and Frank
Ko:icu is uurcby friven tlia. by virtue of a de
cree of paid conrt, entered in the above entitled
cause, on the !ttK.ay f September, A. II , IMC, I
sball on Saturday the Sd day of November, A. 1) .
IMt at the hour of 1 o'clock in the alt-rnoon, at
the fmt t door of the court house. In the city or
Rock Island, in aaid county 'f Kock Islatri, to
satisfy said decree, aell at public vendue, to the
highest and best bidder f.ir cah in htnd. tht
ceitain pared of Und. situate In the county of
Hotk Island, and state of Illinois, known and
described as fol'ows. lo-wit:
Ixit nnmber nine (I) in block number ore (1)
in Brook, addition to tbe city nf Rock Islsnt.
Dated at frock Island, Illinois, this S.1d day of
September, A, D., lfi.
EI.WIN B. PARMKNTBR.
Mastery Ui Chancery, Rock Islaud C'osnty, III.
atcEaiar a McSkirt,
BTATB OF ILLINOIS,
In the circuit court, iu chncry. Forcclosur.
'I he Home Bulldinr Jt Loin association, of
Rock I-land, v.. Lanrt liall, Frank W. Hall,
Maude B. Palmer and Oeoree F Roth.
Notice is bereby piven that ny irtus of a de
cree of raid court, entered in tie; ae entitled
eanse, on the S:st day of rieptemtier . D. 'J5. 1
shall o hat nl it. the sth day of Rovember. A.
D. i'.a, at tbe biur of 1 o'cloca in tho ar ernoon.
at the north door of the court house, in the cits
of Rock Island, la said county r Rock Island,
to satisfy saii dec ee, sell at public Teniae, to
the hizbest bidder for rash, that certain p tree I of
land, situate Id the count? of Rock Island and
slaof Illinois, known and described as folkita,
Tbe aoaih eishtv (t feet of lot nnmher elaht
in block number slx'y-three (Sil in that part
of tbe city of Hick Island known as and called
Chlriao or lxwer addition.
Dated at Ro- k lalaud, 1U this 10th day of Oc
tober. A. 1. mo.
ELWL1 Jt. PARwENTRR.
Master in Cliancery. itock Island county. 111.
J a asos it Houst, (mplainant'a bollcitvra.
" Castoria b so well adapted to children that
I recommend it a superior to any prescription
known to at"
rt. A. Aacnan, M. D.,
Ill Ess. Oxford st, Brooklyn, N. T.
M Our physicians la tho children", depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence In their outside practice Willi Castoria,
and although wo only havo among nor
medical supplies what is known aa regular
products, yet we are freo to confess that tlia
merits ot Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon It.
CxiTsn IIosrtai axn Dismaaar,
A LLCS C Sarrn, Prr.,
a ia.ifivi.nrriifra a aavuiunaaa aaS an at.
C.oroi, ,rt art- lr IM1 MRRrlVllU , i,c.iiu
mtiMlf - ui:.,i ,ii..i .t.rt .imim-il Tlif.wfiil i-lti-LSfif Vl lt''l II.
nr Itmii veiutn-il (itumis. -ii:THi s, Ni rvtmii ln-lmlly, Nlrtitljr
ltiMiiuty, l-.kliaa-iiiia- (trains atid iimsnf s,wcroi ili,i ti n.
s-brcLa, sml r. -rtonliir lne I lUf.lir' 1 l lit U, IU
bos nr A tor svith nrillt-N KitiirBNIi-r leurr mr
lieu, anuitl.a i-r. iirata V., JSSV, A.w 1 rk.
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Hock Islakd C'oiiktt, I
In the Circuit Court, In Chancery. Foreclosure
frcneral No 3,81".
The Horn Building and Loan aaroclatlon, of
Cl.ira Kisalia M.vtVildc Kaatnor, Carl Itobert
Kastuer, tbe Risk Island Itrcwin-t company,
John tpi'i-r, Jost-nh J. Irr.b and Joseph K.
.tt-ve. partners as l,en'h a Wn-ve. If. F. Ilrani
mer Ulanufacturitif; company and Ucury
Kotice is hereby citren that by virtue of a decn e
of said court, enten-d in the above entitled ranee,
on tbe l'.i'.h das of July, A. O, l.sS's .ball,
on Sitiiiday. the l!)-h day of ( tctohcr. A. U., ix-.A,
at the hour of 1 u'clw k in the afternoon, st iNn
north ibnirol the court lrn-e, in the city of Itm-k
lslan-1, in said county of Hock Island. In sstisfy
said decree, sell at nubile vcn-lue, to the liii-hest
bidder for rash that cirinln parcel if land,
situate in the county of K-k li-lnnd and state
of Illinois, known and described as follows,
Lot number ono (11 in block nnmli-ei:e til In
Gnycr'a third (Al addition to the cilyor Uuck
Dated at Rock Islam, Miniis, this 17th day of
September, A. D. !
F.I.WIN K. l'AKMKNTEP,
Master In Chancery, lto k Island .'(innt. 111.
Ja aoo & III ust. Complainant's solicitors.
Tlie only safe, snm and
r-lialle Female 1111 ever
off -red U Ladies. Kspe
ciully recommended U
married Ladies. Ask fur
and take no other. Sr.sfn for cine t t.ATt,
lrier SI. oi) per Ijox, boxes for g.vno.
DR. MOTTS CHEMICAL CO. Cleteland, Ohio,
Sold by T. S. Tt-omaa, drurgirt.
Baaily, Quickly and Permanently Re-.torwd.
ItissnM ci a posltire
a-aaraieee to e ra any
form c.t rrrro-js pr-si-trati'nir
ol the rcclt-.l oirt s J
i-i r fs-x. c. uaca
Rnffsrn. t excessive ne AttOr
TniM .vw.i . - t - :m. cr on Boom
ot yonthtcl ioiiscretim "c over lidBhrence ete
Dfetine-w- CtjnTtilsi-ms. R stef jlness. lleadschn,
Meeul ieprcss ion. h..ften;t ;of t.' Brain. Weak.
Memory, Hearing Hncn Paina, ricttitml Weakness,
Hysteria, N-turril Eml-seioa. rtparnirUisTitHra.
Loant Power ar-l ln.poters-y. whieb it rswrlactaSa
may leal lof seaiotutoold e3nl lm-.lt;.
Pnci;i-.x' t-rsran'.syl. i n-e. l.s) a box : bores
forti 00. Meat br mail on leneiplof lrieo. A srrittcm
caaranteofurnibed withcieiy &4Aordei ns sivtsl.
refund the money i- c pcrcianens c-rc a. auv
JtKVLi itEDiaXS CO, Detroit, Hldk
So: by M. F. Bahn.cn, dmtyriet. Beck Iai.nl.