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2 I THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1895
State Savings Bank,
Moline, III., Office Corner
Fifteenth St. and Third Ave.
aueceeds the Malta Sayings Bank
4 Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
Organised under BUte Laws.
Open from a. m. to 1 p. m., and
wed Devil? ud Batardaj Bights from
I'oktsb SKimtBR, - President
lliiua Dakliko, Vice Preildent
C r Ilnnwtr, - - Cashier
U H AlKSWOKTB, OlO a KDWAaDS,'
C P II MM at, C A Rom,
V B AmwoKTB, W H A duns,
W W wsu.
Representing among other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the following:
Rochester German lot Co.
Westchester Pire " .
Buffalo German " .
Hprlna: Gordon "
Herman Plre " .
New Hampshire .
Milwaukee Mechanics" .
.... Rochester, N T
Buffalo. N Y
.. Manchester N II
... Milwaukee, Wis
. New Haven, Conn
Office Corner Eighteenth street
and Second Avenue, second floor.
Telephone No. 1047.
KOCK ISLAND, ILL.
"The Old Reliable"
HAYES & CLEAVELAND,
Representing over Forty Million
Dollars of Cash Assets.
FIRE, LIFE, TORNADO, ACCI
DENT, MARINE, EMPLOY
Bonds of Suretyship.
Ofllco Bcngston's block. Rock Island, 11
secure onr nuii; they will interest joa.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Oompanes
Leases Promptl? Paid.
Haias as low at any reliable compaur can aSor
Toot Patronage la aoltcttad.
The Portage Entry
Successors to the Portage
Red Stone Co., also to Furst
Neu & Co.,
LAKE SUPERIOR PORT
AGE RED, BROWN
AND VARIEGATED SAND
Security Building, Ninth
Fluor, Madison Street and
M S3 fi
D S j
Reader, did voa ever take Simmons
Liver Regulator, the "Klvq op
Liver Medicines?" Everybody needs
take a liver remedy. It is a sluggish or
diwaHcd liver that impairs digestion
nnd causes constipation, when the waste
that should be carried off remains in
the body and poisons the whole system.
That dull, heavy feeling is due to a
torpia liver. .Biliousness, Headache,
Malaria and Indigestion are all liver
diseases. Keep the liver active by an
occasional dose of Simmons Liver Reg
ulator ana you'll get nd of these trou
bles, and give tone to the whole sys
tem. For a laxative Simmons Liver
Regulator is better than Pills. It
does not gripe, nor weaken, but greatly
refreshes and strengthens.
Every package lias the Ited Z
stamp on the wrapper. J. II.
Zeilin & Co., Philadelphia.
Dr. Charlotte Bergman
OF THE SWEDISH
113 Kinsman St.,Cleveland.O.
This eminent Swedish iady physi
cian, has. at the urgent request of
many Moline patients, and others de
siring tlio benefit of her superior
skill in the cure of all Chronic, Ob
scure ami Obstinate diseases, decided
to locate in Davenport.
All Ncrvons, Bluod, Heart, Throat
and Lung. Eye and Ear Troubles,
Consumption, Hay Fever, Catarrh,
Malaria, Indigestion. Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Sciatica, Nerve and Mus
cular i'ains. Fits, St. Vitus' Dance,
Diseases Peculiar to Women, Uterine,
Kidney and Bladder Affections, are
speedily relieved and a permanent
RUPTURE Cure guaranteed or no
pay. VARICOCELE, HYDROCELE,
PILES, FISSURE, Fistula and all
Hcctal Diseases. Cancers, Tumors,
Ulcers, Skin Affections, Diseases of
Men, Blond Poison, Sexual and Gen
eral Debility, Paralysis, Tape Worms
(r.eniovcd head and all or no charge),
and all Chronic and Obscure Dis
eases of either sex Cured in a short
time by sure and painless methods.
The'following are some of the tes
timonials of prominent people of
Vrx. E. Nelson, suffered frm Jnng trou
ble and other diseases, and was in the seoid
rtaire of consumption. Iheca-e was dcclarid
homeless 1i the best doctors in Moltuc nnd Hock
Inland and fiitir prominent physicians or Chicago.
At lait she we 9 going to Sweden to end her few
rt-msinln.: days with hir fin.lly. At this time
Mrs. Dr Ucrixrain came to Moline list April and
told her she didn't need to go back home, as she
could core her. How well the doctor has kept
her word, Mrs. Nelsm will relate to anyone call
ing 011 her at her residence. Will Twelfth street.
Mrs. John I'll:!, Twelfth strce', who has
siiucrrd many years from sciitic rneumau-m and
other troubles, will cheerfully recimnim 1 the
doctor to any r,e
Mr. Lnnd. 1:114 Twelfth street, came to Dr.
llcrcman at the recommendation of the Hwoelieb
llaptist minister, Itev. Wester. Mr. I.nnd bad
suffered tr im catarrh for years atd tad an opera
tes performed on his Ibroat. Ilo c-tme to the
dicinr in such a Icrrib'c condition Ihu his life
was dispitred of. lie will tell all person" c dllrg
on him what the doctor did tor him
These are only a few of the hun
dreds of cures performed by this re
markable woman and her Swedish
methods of treating the people. The
doctor will be at the Downs hotel
Davenport, with her associated phy
sicians. Call early, lake i.auies
P. S. All Hock Island and Moline
patients will have car fare paid.
ARE KILN DRIED AND NOT
AT ALL LIKE ANY OTHER
VOU WILL APPRECIATE THE DIFFER
CNCC WHEN VOU HAVE TRIED
MUSCATINE OAT MEAL CO
DR.MOTT'S NERVERME PILLS.
The great reme
dy for nervous
all nervous dis
eases of the (ren-
of either sex.
fai- such as Nervous
eimk iNB umn imw Failles or Lost
Manhood. Itnpou-ncy. X-rhtly Em ssions. Youth
ful Errors. Mental Worry, t-xc sMve use of To
bacco or Opium, which lead toConsumption and
Insanity. With every 93 ord-r we ptve a writ
ten puarai.t. to cure or reruno tne moner.
bold at Sl.tMt per box. 6 boxes for S3.0O, DK.
irTTS CHE11C1L CO HP AS I, Orrelaaa, OfcJo.
Sol by T. IL Thomas, drugsL
SKIFFS RED GORE,
Dees the Tender-Hearted Gov
ernor of Arkansas, '
IT JIM AST) riTZ SHOULD MEET.
Conlilirt Think of slaving the Sacred Coil
f Arkansas Stained with Human Ulnod,
io lie Won't Let the Bis Muggere Even
shake Hands In the State Promoters
1 tetter Change the Frojrramme to a Game
Little IIocK.Oct. 16. Governor Clarke's
determination to stop the Corbett-Fitz-simmnns
content at any cost was einpha
siycl by the presence in this city of Gen
eral Taylor, of Foivst City, brigadier gen
eral of the Arkausaa Statu Guard, who
was summoned to the capital by telegraph
to confer with the governor in regard to
the strength of the state militia. General
Taylor was in conference with Governor
Clarke for an hour, and when seen later
by a reporter was preparing to take tho
afternoon train for Hot Springs. General
Taylor said positively that tho fight
would not occur. His purpose in going
to Hot Springs, be 6aid, was to warn the
people there against the danger to which
they would subject themselves should any
attempt be made to bring the contest off.
Not IH-pendent on the State Guard.
The State Guard, General Taylor said,
w:ts. in good condition suit! amply suf
ficient to cope with the case in hand, lie
could, be said, with a few hours' notice
land 85J well-drilled and fully equipped
men at Hot Springs. General Taylor will
return to this city today and advise Gov
ernor Clarke as to tho situation at Hot
Springs and the result of his visit there.
Governer Clarke when questioned by an
Associated Press representative in refer
ence to his consultation with General
Taylor was not disposed to talk. Asked
if he had confidence) in the ability of the
State Guard to carry out his plans, he
said that the militia was a matter of
secondary consideration; that ho could
get all the force necessary outside of tho
Won't 2ven Let 'Em Shake Hands.
'Suppose, Governor Clarke," suggested
the reporter, "Corbett and Fitzsiuimons
should desire to give an exhibition of
physical culture in Hot Springs on Oct.
ill in which large, soft gloves wens to lie
used, would that also be stopped by mili
'(JortH'tt nnd Fltzsiinmons shall not
meet in Hot Springs in any kind of a con
test," said Governor Clarke, emphatically.
If Ihey ever meet they will fight, and
they shall not fight in Arkansas. They
shall not meet in Hot Springs, cither in or
out of a ring. They shall not even shake
When asked if Corbett would be ar
rested upon bis arrival at not Springs
Governor Clarke said that a good general
never disclosed his plans to the enemy.
SUGGESTION OF ANOTHER SCHEME.
That Does Not Seem to Cnteh Onto" the
Information comes from a private source
t'.iat the Florida Athletic club is consider
ing a plan by which they hope to overcome
the obstacles placed before them by Gov
ernor Clarke. The scheme is to turn tho
whole affair over to tho Hot Springs
Athletic association. That association
was incorporated by the state of Arkansas
on Sept. 0. 1SU5, by William It. Babcock,
John C. Lonsdale, and Charles II Weaver,
dl of Hot Springs. According to its char
ter the Hot Springs Athletic association
was orgnnUcd for the purpose of "carry
ing on the business of maintaining a park
or place of recreation in or near the city
of Hot Springs where races, athletic exer
cises and games may bo practiced and ex
hibited, and other amusements nnd means
of entertainment may be furnished, either
to the public, or such persons, or associa
tions as may from time to timo be admit
Under this charter the people interested
believe they can conduct a boxing match
limited to a specified number of rounds
with soft gloves without volatiug any
state law. When informed of this scheme
Governor Clarke stated that the state
chartered corporations and associations
for legal purposes only, and that no viola
tion of the law would be tolerated under
the guise of amusement. He was not pre
pared, however, to state just what legal
effect the proposed change would have.
Corbett Arrives at Hot Springs.
Hot Sn;iNi;s, Oct. 111. Corbett and his
party has arrived here, and Corbett ex
presses himself as disguestcd with the
whole thing. General Taylor, commander
of the Arkansas militia, is here also. He
says Corliett will not b- arrested, but the
moment Fit.simmons comes into the
state he will be taken in. The idea of the
governor Is that as long as only otic of the
men is in the state there run be no fight,
but if lxith are on Arkansas soil th:-re is
danger. So he will arrest Fitz if he comes.
Here's Another "Guarantee."
ST. Joseph, Mo., Oct. Ill James Mc
Donald, the Denver snorting man, and his
associates, who have been arranging to
bring off the Corbett-Fitusiinmons light
here, have secured what they desire aud
have telegraphed Julian and Brady and
also President Stuart, of the Florida Ath
letic club, a guarantee of fciO.OCKl for the
fight. They also guarantee that the fight
can be pulled off on the island in the
middle of tho Missouri river without in
Combine in Carriage Materials.
Cleveland, Oct. 18 Nine companies
engaged in the manufacture of wooden
and iron poles and shafts for carriages
and wagons, and having a combined capi
tal of T50.i"Ji, met here and organized two.
central companies to which will be sold
the products of the factories at uniform
prices and through which the trade will
Could Not Speak in the street.
Caldwell, O , Oct. 16. General Jacob
S. Coxey attempted to address a crowd
at Cambridge. About six hundred per
sons bad gathered on a street corner and
Coxey had just begun when the police
dropped in and ordered the general to 6top
talking and move on. Coxey moved, go
ing at once to his hotel.
Will Go to Atlanta in a Body.
CLEVELAND, Oct. 16. The Cleveland
Chamber of Commerce will visit the At
lanta exposition in a body on Xov. 23-23.
The members of tha organization will go
on a flyer, double-section vestibuled train
of sleeping and dining cars.
switcm:nq charges illegal.
Derision That Is or Interest to Every West
ern Ive Stoek Shipper.
CHICAGO, Oct. 16. Railroads centering
in Chicago have no legal right to make
switching or terminal charges for deliver
ing live stock or other traffic at the Union
stock yards. The state board of railroad
and warehouse commissioners bas so de
ci Jed. The case immediately at issue was
that of James Brown, of Dwight, Ills.,
against tho Cldcago and Alton road. It
was brought at a test case, and is under
stood to dispose of all the points that can
be raised in connection with tho matter.
If affects not only every railroad center
ing in Chicago, but every live stock ship
per in the west
A similar case was brought some time
ago against the Santa Fe road in the Unit
ed States circuit court. It was heard by
Judge Grosscup, who in an elaborate opin
ion held that the switching or terminal
charge, or whatover it might be called, was
wholly illegal and the railroads had no
right to make it. An appeal was taken
in that case and is now pending in tho
United States circuit court of appeals. The
Santa Fe was an interstate case, however,
while that disposed of by the railroad and
warehouse commissioners is purely a local
SHELVED THE REVISION ISSUE.
Episcopalian Deputies Befer It to a New
Commission Church Statistics.
. Minneapolis, Oct. 16. The house of
bishops of the Episcopal church recon
sidered their action in deciding notfto
send a bishop to Alaska, and with tho con
currence of the house of deputies one will
be elected this week. The house of depu
ties spent the entire afternoon debating
the question of establishing the provincial
system in this country. Nothing was de
cided upon. Tho whole subject of revis
ion of tho constitution was referred to a
new commission of six clerical and six lay
deputies, the provincial system question
The report on the state of the church
was interesting. Ten bishops have died
since lhtti, while fourteen havo been con
secrated, making a total now of
seventy - nine bishop.i There are
4.544 priests nnd 567 candi
date for orders. There wcro 1H1,S-J0 bap
tisms in the last year, and i:!l,47:i confirm
ations. There are now 61S,iu communi
cants, 5,117 church edifices and nearly 5u0
institutions of a benevolent or education
al character. Contributions from all
sources reached $ltt,(ll)U,U0O.
LOOK ON THIS PICTURE.
Gov. Turney Straining at a 1'oosiule Trize
MEMPHIS, Oct. 16. Governor Turney
has addressed a letter to L. D. Cooiee, of
this city, and Sheriff McCarver, of Shelby
county, in which he reiterates his deter
mination to prevent the Corbett-Fitzsim-mons
prize fight being pulled off on Ten
nessee soil. The governor suggests t hut tho
grand jury be called in special session and
instructed as to the law in tho case to
forestall any preparations that may bo
contemplated to bring the contest here.
And Then on This.
Memphis, Oct. 10. Last night tho de
tectives who captured tho negro rapist,
Jell Kills, turned him over to the con-
stablo aud he wns immediately taken in
charge by a mob of nlxtit -iilil pcrun3 who
started with the negro forihe scene of his
crime. Tho mob reached Bradeu about
1:30 this morning. It numbered 2tX) or
3io men who had gathered from Galloway,
Bratlen, Mason, Summit nnd neighboring
towns. Upon reaching tho scenc-of- the
crime the torture of the negro was begun.
His fingers, his toes and his nose were cut
off. Ho was then emasculated and hanged
to the nearest telegraph pole, after which
his body was riddled with bullets.
' . Farmers Failing in Kansas.
tiAWHENCE, Kan., Oct. 16. Metzgct
Bros., prominent farmers and cattle feed
ers of Douglas county, and who owned
8,000 acres of land, had a elutttel mortgago
filed against their property yesterday
amountingto$iS,0il0. J.W. I'reston, another
Kittle feeder, had a mortgage filed against
his property of about fy.inj. Both fail
ures were caused by heavy losses from hog
cholera and from unsuccessful specula
tions. lllinobi Grocers Hold a Meeting.
PEOKIA, Oct. 16. At the second anuual
meeting of tho Associated Wholesale Gro
cers of Illinois held here officers were elec
ted as follows: President, Charles J. Off,
of Peoria ; first vice president, D. H umphrey,
of Bloomington; second vice president,
E. E. Seger, of Quincy; third vice presi
dent, Thomas Hinklc, of Springfield;
treasurer, A. S. Oakford, of Peoria. Fred
Jones, of this city, will be appointed sec-
Will Get Along Without Candler.
ATLANTA, Oct. 16. The arrangements
for the great street demonstration for
President's Day, Oct. 23, at tho Cotton
States exposition havo lieen completed.
Many of the oldest and most important
military companies in the south will par
ticipate, and Governors O" Fcrrall, of Vir
ginia, and Coffin, of Connecticut, with
their staffs will be in line. The Georgia
National Guard will be absent. "J "
Prairie Fires in North Dakota.
Grand Fokks, Oct. 16. Prairie fires are
raising havoc with the farmers of the
northern part of the state and also with
those living in Polk and Marshall coun
ties on the Minnesota side of the river.
Reports of largo quantities of wheat
being consumed, bay losses and frequently
farm dwellings and barns are received by
the insurance agencies in this city daily.
New Woman Idea Tuts in Here.
Kansas Citt, Oct. 16. Dr. Xannio A.
Stevens, a local physician, has brought
suit for divorce from Kalph Stevens, a
well-to-do Wichita farmer, charging
among other things that he "laid around
and would not help her gvt the meals."
Tho complainant was formerly a prom
inent member of the Women's federation
He Conceived a Bail way Idea.
Fobt Scott. Kas., Oct. 16. Colonel T.
L. Wilson, who conceived the idea of
bill ding a railroad from St. Louis to Dcn
nin, Tex., in la66, which resulted in the
construction of the Missouri, Kansas and
Tex is road, died in this city. Of recent
years Mr. Wilson bad been a prosperous
farmer near this city.
That Other Terre Hante Thief Captured.
New Ohlcans, Oct. 16. James H. Bar
nett, one of the Terre Haute, Ind., men
who robbed tho Adams Express company
of 116,000, was captured here last night,
lie had been in biding here several weeks.
Only SU0 was louid on bis person.
New York Financial.
JfEWYoat, Oct 15.
Money on call eay 2's per cjit. ;
prime mercantile ier. 4'2'' l ct-nt. ;
sterling exchMig was arm with actual
business in bankers' bills at CVM for
demand and I a lS7'i for sixty days; posted
rates 4H7'S and 1SS'S: commercial bills. !.
Silver ccrtifleate. t4; sales 5',WJ; bar
silver, fii ll-xie.in dollars. iW-V
United States government bonds steady:
new 4 Tes., 12.'; do. cou:oits, li; 5's re.
ex int., 1144; o's coupons, ll'i; 4's re., 111;
4 s conpciu. 111?: 2's rig., K; racifico's of 'ai,
Chicago Produce and Grain.
("niCAGO, Oct. l.
Ths followins; were the quotation on tlio
Board of Trade today: Wheat October,
opened We. closed 5 'hc: Diwniber. opened
60' .jo, elosod Co;b.-; May. opened W-c, clusod
C4;,e. Cora October. jx-iu-d as'ac. closed
SSje; December, opened ".T' jC, closed JTc;
May. opened sa4c. el-w.-d a'jo. Outs October,
oienod lSo. elo.-.t lse: lvueiaber, opened
ls'4c cVised l"'.o; Mir, uH-ned iti'e.
cheirtl 2040. Pork Ootolx-r, nominal. clo.ed
3.4u; J.uiuary. opened ;'.5;1-, closed
!i..Vj. Lard IKrtobjr. oiH-n-d tx'ii, - r!o&.d
a.?-" -j; January, upeiu-d j elwed $5.95.
Produce: Butter Extra cranu-ry. 22e iior
lb; extra dairy, ISo; packing stork, Tasc
Esg-Fri-sh sto-k. lrtn HV; p,r diu. Poultry
Spring chiehens, V-2'Sj per li; old hens, X'sC;
roosters. 5c: turkeys. 8c; ducks S'yfl)
Se; (reuse, 5.0jijo0 p.T doz. PotuUH-J B'.US
UuTiks, Sleil per bu: Hect jvitatiwj. Illi
nois, tl.ltlnl.5d per bbl. Ap;l-s F.tir to
choice, si.UOiiiOJ per bbl. rion-y White,
clover, 1 Hi. sections, frmcy, IV; broken
coin b, U'rt lie; extract-d. .Vfitc ih-r lb.
Chicago Live Stock.
Live Stock Prices at tlf Union Stock
yards today ranged ? follows; Hojis Esti
mated receipts tor tuu day, ai,iOi; Kill's
ranted at ii'.'J0 1 l.u j piifs, s.t.Wn.4.1", lijtlit,
$3.4...'!L3.t5 roUh packing. $3.70u l.'JO mixed,
and W.iUiil.-'J houvy packing add shipping
Cattle Estimated receipts for the day
T.uod; quotations raiut'd at $VVaj.50 choice
to extra shipping steers, 1. t"..lJ good to
choice do., fl.oOat.H) fair to coud, ti.5)ttl.ul
common to medium do., $.l.:t'i.'4J butV-b.Ts'
stivrs, J.'.iVi :1.00 atckrrs. t-1.10 rt-1.75 feeders.
Sd.fclna.aU cows, S-'.4t) ria.7 0 heifers, tl.75gj.7j
bulls. f.S5o.40 Texas st.i-rs. ti'.Htl.25 west
ern raiiEcsttvrs, aniti.Oln i.0J veal calves.
ishtv-p Estimated receipts for tie- day,
M.u; sales raiigtsi at tilWo UJ westerns, tl.75
(lilu Texas, tl.7!li.unaUrc-s, and f'.SJ a 1.5J
The Loral Market.
Torn New, 55; old.
Oats New. lSrftaic; old, Sic
Hay Timo.hv. Slsiftt npland. til: wild. t7
O:l0; slough, 7ls; baled. $10.
Potatoes - 20c.
Butter Fair to choice. 15c31G.-; fresh cream-
K-.'Ss rresn, is?.
Poultry Chickens, 6c
Ctttlc Batc'icrs pay for corn fed steers
3v4cf;5c; cows and heifers, 3!cu3'-c; calves.
Hoes 3ii, talc.
Spring laml, 4: a head.
Coul -Soft, 10c.
You want Scott's Emul
sion. If you ask your drug
gist for it and get it you
can trust that man. But if
he offers you " something
just as good," he will do the
same when your doctor
writes a prescription for
which he wants to get a
special effect play the
game ot lite and death for
the sake of a penny or two
more profit. You can't
trust that man. Get what
you ask for, and pay for,
whether it. is bcott s L.mul
sion or anything else.
Scott & Bowxe, Chemists, New York. 50c and $1.00
la tha nnlrs A-rinilnv ahna V.n-
made of tannery calf akin, dongo
la top, all leather trimmed, solid
leather soles and between -the
mrtar nrtH Innmnnla 4a
of cork and rubber equal to a
Lasts and Looks 17.11.
Ten Styles 4, 6 and 6 -wide.
Ask Your Dealer For It.
J. B. LEWIS CO., Botn, Masj.
Sold by DOLLY BROS.
mm j. bums.
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Your Patronage is Solicited. .
Office 1820, Second Av.
Harper Bouse Block.
nio nw rftBnn to rrgret put
abuses whUb tia-rv k ft them Nerr
nn. Irritable-, Wt-ast from Niirtitly
toor, V&ri"oovie, AtPoi-y,aJr-rc'ts,
CJrT nrd yrf nwr-Af h tavwhaoel in
yxmn$ or oM aatlio V mJrrf ui :urpn iLetmxi f
V'tna Trrrc lit SoUatH-WapatliWi creUl-r
VorffV wtSh VTrttwa cBnrstneo io vera mr r
a-.fW.aut -A fY"?l - r F!if PL AfiArta C A
OHUICAL C- Arntfl tor V. b . Tiica.ro, or yoa
can db v i. ot Ida arBjzm nacaca .
MutiiaU Fiii, liOCK ISLAND, ILL.
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless Mihstituto
for Paregoric, Urops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee Is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
fcTcrishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhcea and AVind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
" Castoria Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told nie of its
good cilect upon their children."
Da. G. C. Owsoon,
' Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I ara acquainted. I hope tho day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
intenrst of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the variousqiiat-k nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcins opium,
morphine, sothii:i symp and other hurtful'
aj$nta down their throat, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Co. J. F. Kncnrxoc,
The Centaur Company, TT
Assignee's No! ire.
Xolice i hereby riven that the nndcrsicned
has been aptninTel aitmee of the Hook Island
iteaiinif anu riiiniuingcimipany, nra all K-vons
holdtni; snv claim or diiins airainst said com
pany are hereby rotiiied to present the game to
in or to Adair Pleasant', my attorney, under
oath cr ait ru. at ion within three rnoiitrs from
this date, wbe her said claims are dub or nnt.
All person indebted to saia asslimor are re
quested to make prompt payment of tho name.
Ddieu sepu a, lwi.
THOMAS B. DAVIS. Assignee.
Adair Pleasants, Attorney.
Estate of Joseph F. Blochlinzcr, Deceased.
The nndershrned bavinc been apnoinutd ad
ministrator of the estate of .lo'eph r. Uluchlinger,
ate cf tho county of Rock Island, statu of
Illinois, deceased, ken-by irivee notice that h -
will appear before the county court of Hock island
county, at the otHoe of the clerk of said court, in
the city of Kock Island, at the December term on
the Erst aiomiay in iiecvmoernext.at which time
a!l p;rsons havin claims against said estate ara
notified and reipicsted to attend, for tho purpose
of having the same adjusted.
All pe.eons 1 dehted tnsald estate are request
ed to maka la mediate naymeut to the under-
Dated this K dsy of Sf ptemher, A. D. IMS.
FlIANIC V. Bl.OCI.ISQEI
Administrator wiih the Will Annexed.
STATB OF ILUXOIN, I
Kock Island Cuumty, (
In the cirraitVoart. in chancery. Foreclosure
?cneril No. :t,h7t.
aseal Ureucher vs. Anna IL Anthony and Frank
Not ice l hereby eiven that by virluo of a de
cide of said cmrt, entered in the nhove entitled
cause, tin t!ieflt i ny f leptemlier, A. I) , lsa, I
snail on patunuyute any or isovvmncr, a. u.,
at the hour of 1 o'clock In the afternoon, at
the froi t door of the court houe. In ilni .:tycf
Hoc Island, in said county of Bock Islard, toi
satisfy said decre e, sell at public vendue, to the
highest and best bidder for cirh in hand, that
ceitain parcel of land, sitnste In the county of
Kock Island, and stale of Illinois, known and
descriocd as fol'oas, to-wit:
Lot number i.inc 9) in block number 01 e (1)
in Brook's addition to tic city of hVck Islau I.
. Dated at i-ock 1-latid, llliuois, this Bad day of
September, A, D., W.
11, ni.i a. i'An.uKa 1 ail.
Ma.tery in Chancery, Kock Island County, III.
McEmuv & McEmut,
8TATK OK ILLINOIS, I
Rock Island Coijhtt, f
In the e rcuir court, iu chancery. Foreclosure
general No. S.KE.
the Home ltulldinz & Loin association, nt
Rock I'lnml. vs. l.ur liall, Frank V. Hall,
M snile 11. I'nliuer and ttcorre F Koth.
Notice is hereby givtn that by virtue of a de
cree of said court, entered in the atmve entitled
cause, on the ilwt dsy of S teniber A. D. 1
M11.1 n ivit -pi iv. tni win ay or sinvemner, A.
D. Ih:i:. at the h mrof 1 o'clock in the afiemonn,
at the north door of the court house, inihec-iiy
of Kork lU.i!, In said county or Kock ll:u.d.
to satisfy ssi i tlee ee, sell a', public vendue, to
the highest bidder for cash, that certain parcel of
land, slttiste in the county of Kock Nland and
sta:e of Illinois, known and described as fo loss,
The sm'h eirlity (Sfli feet of lot nnmber ei'ht
(Si in block mi:ul.-r slxrv-ihree(tUi in lhat part
oflliecilyof Kk Island known as and oiled
Chi'- 'go or Lower addition.
D.iud at Ho k Island, 111., this 10th day of Oc
tober, A. 11. .!-X.
ELVtIS E. PARMENTf.K.
Master in Chancery. Kock Island cont'ty. 111.
Jacksox ,fc II una t. Complainant's Solicitors.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I ,
Kock Islasd cooktt, 4
In the Circuit Court, In Chancery. Foreclosure
general No. 3,81".
The Bonn Bsildlng and loan atrociation, of
Clara Rosalia Matliildo Kastne-. Carl Robert
Kas'.ner. the KiKk Island lirewin-t company,
John MpilKi.r, doaenh J. Lerrb and Joseph E.
revc. partners as Lerch A Grevo. II. F. Hrarn
mer Manufacturing company and Henry
Notice Is hereby etvc n that by virtue of a decree
of erid court, entep-d in the above entitled caue.
on the Ifcth dav of July, A. U . l-9 I shall,
on Sstnrdny. the 19 h day of October. A- D-,
at the hoor of 1 o'elork in theaftem-on, at in
north door of the court hin"e. in the city of llura
I'lan"!, In said county of Kock Island, to satisfy
said decree, sell at nubile vendue, to the hiebest
bidder for ra?b that certain parcel of land,
situate in the county of Kock I.lacd and state
of Illinois, known and describe! as follows,
Lot number one (I) in block nnmbjeone '1) in
Guyer's third M) addition to the city of hvck
Dated at Kock Island, Illinois, this 17th day of
September, A. D. !,.
ELWIN E. PARMESTEF.
Waster In Chancery. Rock Island Count. I1L
Jacasoa at Ht'KsT. Complainant a solicitors.
Ckleheates's TaIM DlaaMad Bsea
flkatW4.l mmA Oaltr
arc. aJwara n-iitvM. Laatca a
Untr'n for r.vtr jS-e'i
-A B,MJ In tlA atkd tWs IDtallM
OEM Vim Witt IrIM H MM. I
- aVfVa 1aMriai am4 Of
rassiu araaaf tmirXessia- t lrvxrwra. w fSrM "Ml.
taara fnr t-ar'kPaiara, iumm awn aa
" Castoria b so well adapted to children that
I recommend it oc superior toany proscriptiua
known to me."
TL A. Ant-nun, If. C,
121 So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. T. '
Our physicians in tho children depart
ment have spoken highly ot thoir experi
ence in their outside practice Willi Caxtoiia,
and although wo only have among rmr
medical supplies what is known aa iv-culur
products, yet ve aro freo to confess that tlio
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
UsiTED Ilosrrrat. akd PisrcHrunv,
Aiun C Smith, 7Vr ,
Murray Street, New York City.
ATTORN R TS.
a. o. coKMSiiT. a. u. coanau.r.
Connelly Ac Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
nmce second floor, over Mitchell h Lrade'l
bank. Money to loan.
Jackson Ac Hurst,
Attorneys at Law.
Office In Rook Island National Bank buiidinR.
a. d. awxsasr. c. l. walkbb.
Sweeney Ae Walker,
Attorneys and Ccnnccllors at Law
Office la Bcngvton's Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Lee si buslneas of all kinda nromntlv attended
to, State's Attorney of Kock Island coanly
uuicc, rosiomoe Biock.
McEuiry Ac McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on rood security: majre eollee-
tWns, Kef-renoe, Mitchell d l.mde, oaakers,
Odice. Postoffloa Block.
Drack & Kernr,
Architects and Superintendents.
Room at, Mltrhi 1 I Lyndc building. Second
Geo. P. Standuhar,
Pler.s and superintendence for all elasa of
Buildings. Kootns SJ and OS, Mitchell a Idndo
BnildinsT. Tako elevator.
Dr. W. H Liudewig
Specialist of Kye, Ear
None and Throat.
Office in Troeman's new bulldine, comer Ser
enteenth street and Third ayenae, hoc Island.
Telephone No. 1U88.
Dr. Chas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Noae and Throat Only.
Office, Whlttaker Block, soathweat earner
Third sad Brady streets. Davenport, Iowa
Rooms IT and 18. Honrs: to II a. nu.1 U4 p.sa.
W. A. Darling,
Boom I. Mitchell A Lrnde's building.
Dr. John E. Hawthorne,
New Dmial Payors, over Hurt A Vlleaeyer a
drugstore. Third avenne and Twentieth street.
The latest appointments for skilled dental wotk.
M. M. BRIGGS,
Real Estate, Insurance, Loans
AND HOUSES TO RENT.
Office 1612 Second Arc, Bock Island.
Bave on hand V) lots In Sonth Rock Island on
easyteraa; Just oats.ua the city Halts; rood
water: tow taxes, and cheap Insurance Tn kwa
on TniM.-einth street nd Klfteeatfc aveana.
A aaa berof plecea of btopefty la the city tut
sal aaa taau