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THE AROU8, MONDAY. JULY 6 l96.
Sawed building 'stone,
Ashlar and trimmings
for chtapneaa. durability and
beauty excelled by Uuuo. Tbi
tnnt dnf not wuh or color tha
wall with alkali, etc Plane feat
o for ettlmate. wtll receive
carelal attention and b) returned
promptly at our ex pen a.
Qoarriee 12 milee from Rock
Island oa tha C. B. Q. K. tt.
i'ralna Not. 6 and 10 will stop
and lt visitor, off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone any size desired.
Samples of Stone and Photos of
Huildinjfe can bo teen at Itoom
No. 12, Mitchell 4t Lynde'a build
Arthur Burrall, mauaer.
Rock Island or Colona, 111. -
ulcr thk hkst
All Work Guaranteed.
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f til hrmra. Mental Worrr. exrrsslve UAenf Tn
bono of Opium, which Ifnd UH'onsumpllon and
insanity, nun every 0i order we give writ
ten truurantee to cur or refund the morie.
buhl e f .'M per box. boxen for 0.1.00. AR.
um ciiuucAi. cuari.ii, ctraiaa, one.
lhM by T. H.Tbnwisa, drstrk.
Hot Water Heating,
Steam and Gas Fitting.
Coppef, Tin and
Sheet Iron Work.
Cor Nineteen h street
and Second Avenue.
THE PLACE TO BUY
Room Mouldings, Pictures, Picture
Frames, and Window Shades is at the
Adams Wall Paper Company
The doctor, the salesman the tnnn
who drives as a business and the man
who drives for pleasure, know the
difficulty of keeping linen collars and
culTs clean. With.
collars and cufls the driver can defy
(he flying dust and occasional shower.
They are waterproof, and when soiled
they can be quickly and easily cleaned
ly wiping them off with a damp cloth
orsjxmiic. Look just like linen. One
;CKI.LCLOID" collar will ontwearsix
linen collars, besides saving many
titnes its worth in lanndrv bills.
A-k the de.l.r fnr .hem, nr fiend direct to UK.
J.k UdITh fc. p..r. m.iiflxe paid, nt.t.
.flip .nd .trie. T.ke no i:nir.tiun lint insist uiKin
fMN with uuo, lr.uj mnrkilfuu wish lull sat-
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The herders nodded again and laid
their handu on their hunting 'knives.
Without another word the Prophet gath
ered up the reins and headed his hcrse
for the hills and sped away like an ar
row. From the crest of an elevation that
gave him a view of the country over an
area of 200 square miles the Prophet
reined up and flung himself from his
horse. AftT surveying the landscape to
the west, beginning on the horizon's
rim and coming nearer to the mountain
on which he stood, his eyes at length
rested on a long irregular valley, that in
the clear atmosphere seemed to be only
a mi!o or two away. Ho could see the
pygmy figures of many horses and men,
"Where is llcnry KylcT"
and he knew they were Bouton's people.
And to the north, moving in the direc
tion of his own valley, he saw the sil
very puffs of smoke that told a fight waS
going on in that direction.
The Prophet remounted, and every
foot of the Avay in front and on each side
was scanned as ho galloped in the di
rection of the conflict. Not a deer start
ed from the grove nor a bird flying by
in rivalry of his own flight passed unno
ticed. It was this keen observation that
showed him a number cf Indians dodg
ing behind the rocks ahead, and led him
above the thunder of bis horse's hoofs
to distinguish the short, sharp crack of
rifles. The Indians saw him coming,
and with cries of alarm they left their
hiding places and ran down the rocks.
Black Eagle leading the advance. The
Prophet reined his horse, brought down
his rifle in the same action and fired.
One of the Indians in retreat threw up
his hands and fell on his face.
"A good, brave shot, " shouted a girl
ish figure behind the Prophet. He wheel
ed and in the act of reloading his rifle
saw Kushat standing out on the rocks.
"What!" he asked. "Were the hounds
in pursuit of you?"
"In pursuit of mo and Henry Kyle,"
"And where is Henry Kyle?"
"He is here."
"2ot hiding. Henry Kyle may have
been wicked, but he is not a coward, "
said the Prophet, dismounting and lead
ing his hor5 up to where Kushat stood
on tho rocks.
"Not a coward, but too late do I
learn that I have been and am a wicked
man," said Henry Kyle, coming into
view and standing bowed and abashed
before the Prophet.
"Did not Moses train with the Ein-n-
tians, the dcspoilrrs of his people, be
fore ho became the loader of Israel and
the man who talked with Gcd and
brought down the laws of the people?
Live not in the past, Henry Kyle. A
long life lies before yon in which to
make amends for the sin you have
Henry briefly narrated tho event of
the previous night, including the escape
of his brother Louis and the capture of
Captain Brandon, and he added that he
thought Bouton was making for the val
ley cf the Great Spirit .Henry con
tinued: "Yes, Bouton and his people believe
that yon have great shires put away in
tho caves, and often they have thought
of attacking and robbing you cr forcing
you to give up your secret as to where
the gold has been obtained. So far they
have feared yoa, but now Bouton is
strong, and he has with him many men
who know you only by name, and who
consequently have not the reverence for
you which we have who have long been
dwellers in these mountains. From
Bouton's movements I am certain that
he is leading his force to your valley. "
"Let him lead his force to my valley.
And he will lead them to destruction.
As my soul liveth, this cannot continue.
Come with me, Henry Kyle, for we
now need every aid."
The Prophet turned to his horse, but
Henry called to him :
"I cannot go with you."
"You cannot?" asked the Prophet in
"I will not try to change your resolu
tion, " said the Prophet. "The Lord is
working in your heart in his own way,
and to urge my advice would be flying
in the face cf Providence. " He paused,
stroked his long beard and looked up at
tho sun. Then he continued: "Henry
Kyle, I never thought to extend my
hand in kindness to you again, yet I do
so, and the past as between us becomes
dream. In my heart I shall pray for
thee, and may all be well "
Henry took the extended hand in both
of his, and bowing over it pressed it
reverently to ms lips. Lhe other hand
the Prophet gave to Kaahat, and he
t- . !A1 1 I K-:-n. lw57 .
"May you be as true to yourself m
you are to Henry Kyle. "
' 'I know not myself, " she replied.
"He is my life, for without him I could
not live." . , ,
The Prophet hastened in the direction
where he knew his friends to be, taking
care the meanwhile to run into no am
bush, for, though others might believe
in his invulnerability and perhaps ho
encouraged the idea to strengthen him
with the ignorant men with whom he
came in contact he never deceived him
telf in the matter.
It was the middle of the afternoon
When, after many glimpses of Bouton's
oncoming horsemen, he found himself
within hailing distance of Louis Kyle's
little party. Howard Blanchard and
John Clyde refused to recognize tho
Prophet in his strange attire, and they
would have fired on him had not Louis
peremptorily ordered them to lower
"I do not wonder," said the Prophet
as he rode up, "that ye do not know me
in this garb. Heretofore ye have seen
me as a mountain priest. Now I am a
mountain warrior, fighting on the sido
cf the Great Jehovah, anil, as my soul
liveth, I shall not prove recreant to the
The men gathered around him and
shook his hands, each anxious to lcam
something of his own dear ones back in
the valley. The Prophet told the men
about their people, and ho showed a
wonderful mrtnory for-names, for ho
mentioned all the children when he had
given an account of the adults. He also
toid of hjs meeting with Henry Kyle,
and he delighted the hearts of the im
migrants by telling them that Captain
Brandon was not dead, but a prisoner.
Howard Blanchard proposed that they
should turn back and rescue the captain
ft once, and John Clydo seconded the
aggrstion with great spirit
"Not now," said the Prophet. "We
must not do anything to delight the
heart of tho opprcpsc.r. "
"And," asked honest John Clyde,
"do you think they'll be delighted to
sec us coming at them?"
"I know they would, for, though wo
might start, wo could never reach the
destination we had in view. Let us
watch and pray." Then, turning to
Lmis Kyle, who was standing on a rock
near by, looking back, he said :
"Do you see tho Philistines?"
"Yes," replied Louis. Then, coming
over, he laid his hand on the Prophet's
arm and continued : ' 'Neither I nor any
of the men hero dreamed of anything
elso but that you should take command
after wo were sure that it was you ap
proaching. Wc place ourselves in your
charge, and whatever you command that
shall we da"
"Louis speaks for me," said Howard
"And for me," added John Clyde,
and the ethers joined in unanimously.
"And whatever Louis Kyle says or
does that we do, " said one of the herd
ers, who on a former occasion showed
his devotion to his young master.
"If Captain Brandon were here, " said
the Prophet, "now as in the past I
would submit as a child to his control,
once we were outside the temples where
I preside, but now with your consent I
will try to act as he would were he'here.
"So, my friends, mount your horses and
fall back. Tho Philistines are in sight.
See the sunlight flashing on their arms!"
The men threw themselves on their
horses, and tho Prophet and Louis Kyle,
keeping to tho rear, turned in their sad
dles now and then to look back. They
could see that Bouton had brought tho
prisoners to the front so as to deter re
sistance. Thosnnwas setting wheu the Prophet
and his friends entered tho depression
terminating in tho canyon that led into
tho wonderful valley,- which seemed to
be the objective point of the marauders
There could bo no better place in which
to make a etaud. The Prophet's force
could easily have held it against ten
times Bouton's numbers, and some of
tho men urged him to make a fight
there. IIo said in reply : "You are right
as to our power to keep them back. The
defense is in our favor, but we are in
their hands, and they know it. "
"How so?" asked John Clyde.
"Bocaaso in this canyon we cannot
shoot at them or destroy them without
at tho same time destroying our friends.
Their prisoners are their shields, and
they know they are safe behind them."
It was quite dark when they emerged
from tho canyon, wherein the roar cf
tho waters had drowned out their own
voices and the tramping of the horses.
, In the face of the cliff beyond the lake
they saw a dull glow, and they knew it
came from the caves where the few men
and the women were watching.
"Let them come into tho valley,"
said tho Prophet to his men, who, in
their impatience, were anxious to make
a stand at the entrance to tho canyon.
"But our wives and children ire over
yonder, said one of the men.
"Aye, and God is everywhere. Let
them come in, I say," paid the Prophet
in tones that for the first time had in
them a ring of command.
"Why, you talk as if you wanted
them to come in," said the astonished
"Then I am not deceiving you. Let
them come into the valley. They have
my conseut They will not have my
consent when they want to leave. " .
Far up tho canyon they could hear the
thouting of the men and the tramping
Df horses blending with the roar cf the
R-aters and multiplied again and again
by the echoes so peculiar to the wonder
ful chasm. The women heard the tramp
ing of the horses and snatched up their
children and trembled and crouched
aear tha entrance of the cave. Dr.
Blanchard and Valentine Kyle seized
their rifles and stood ready to defend
the entrance. Bat the Prophet allayed
their fears by shouting out while yet
100 yards off:
"Fear not It is L Daniel, with our
On hearing this the women sent up a
cry of delight, and tho doctor and Val
entine Kyle hastened out to meet the
r I . M . .
aorsemen. umi was amnuj out ax ue
addle when the arms of his parents
were about him, while near hy Mary
Clydo was sobbing on her father's breast
The Prophft stationed guards before the
entrance to the cave, so as to watch the
horses and the foe. And tho people
rrowding near the entrance saw fire
flash up by the lake, and they were told
that Bouton and his men were ia the
TO BE COXTINl'KD.l
Charles B. Hood, broker and man
ufacturer's a:ent, Columbus, Ohio,
certifies that Dr. King's New Dis
covery has no cqnal as a cough rem
edy. J. D Brown, proprietor St.
James hotel. Ft. Wayne, Ind., testi
fies that he was cured of a cough of
two years1 standing caused by la
grippe. Ir Dr. King's New Discovery,
it. F. Merrill. Baldwinsville, Mass ,
sajs that he has nscd and recom
mended it nd never knew it to fail,
and would rather have it than any
doctor, because it always enres.
Mrs. liemnrn.T. 222 East Twenty
fifth street. Chicago, always keeps "it
at han't and his no fear of croup, be
canc it instantly relieves. Free
trial bottles a. Harlz & Ullcmeycr's
1 he Li-p. Ml Markets.
Uay uoit). 7-r.$9; wil!.tQ:8
Potatoes ! w- -.ifeSic.
Duller Fi' to too ce, 13 ; freeh creamery,
t-priii.; o r. in:- JJ 'Ji a duz.D.
Tin key Jc.
Coal c ft, 1 C
tit le Bo p y fr e-r fed er sc
Sr: cowe.ru n. iVr, sc , Sc; caivea, ac
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ChiJdron Cry for
Children Cry for
We are showing our
Usual line of fine
Fred .'oltman, Jeweler.
Reliable Goods at
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ST atv or TT.UNOIA I
finr. I .m. t . I SS
hi the (ftreott eoart in
Sadie Dickinson vs Herbert Dickinson. '
ASdsvil of sm-reideiicv of the aboe aefsaeV
ant, UcrU.rl Iiickinron, having bren flle In the
clerk oOV of ihe circs It court of eau coast y.
notice is 'brr fore b?reliy riven to the ssid non
rvsidet.1 defendant that the cempialDant tied her
bit! of complaint in sslil court, on the chancery
side thereof on the hlh day of May. Irtsi. and
issi to renpon a rumaou issned out if aatd
court, wh rein td eutt is now pending, retnrea-
utc ,n ine nrsi sncqjlf in toe """.'ll ol
Der next, as is by law reaaired.
Row, suit ss von. the saltl non-tesldtdit defend
ant shove aimed. Herbert Dickinson, shall person
ally he and Sipear before said circait court, oa
toe hi-, osy oi tne next term uereor, le ee IMMOea
at h.-ck Irland in sud for the said county, on the
rat Mondav in tvi.teieberneit- and mead, aaaws
or d mur to thrssid enmplainant'e bill of cesa-
pinint, ine saiae and toe mailers and things
therein r!tarped and stated will he taken as eon
eased, an.i a derrre entered against son accord
ing to the prsyerof said hill.
, , tiE.inoe w. OAnsxa. Clerk.
Kork Tstand.m.. Mat T. IHva.
B. K. KMwonTT.t.wnpuinant's golrter.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed propusals will be received at the city
clerk's efflce. Hock Maud, 111., until Mondiy,
July fi. lsfib. at 5 o'clock p. m.. for const ructtnjt
the imp'nveraeat ordered by an ordinance en
litled as follows:
"Anordintnre for the coestrnrtlon of a storm
drain the city of Kock island. III., beainnins; at
the ffot ol 1 wentj-fuurth street at the point of
Intcrreit ion of the center line of raid street witti
the Mbeissippi river; runn-.ue thence southerly
tn Mbth avenue; tl-ence easterly to Twenty-fifth
strict; t hi nee outber y a certain dirtanes on
ml iweuty-nrui street. Passed April li, A. D.
And for f tirnif nirig a 1 the materials and doing
.uv wvia wwiwuf in ' nr niaua ana specuicauona
on file at tli- city It rk' orhce.
blrk bids will b.- Iurr.u-bed on applicstinn.
all bid- mut be acc--mpsnied wuh a certified
chixk in the rem of five hundred ISMUI dollsrs on
some Ko k IrUnd balk, payable to lhe order vfthe
mayor of said cirr.wmrh -hail become forfeited
t said cli j In em lhe hidoer fusil fall to enter
Into contract with approved sureties to execute
the work lor the price mentioned In his bid slid
according to the plans aid speeiflcatiuns in the
cvem wu toe coui a .l f nail no awarded to Mm.
m. v., , , A. D.Hresuw, City Clerk,
Kock Island. 11L, d une 7. 1SW.
Bepresontlng among other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com
pauiea the following:
Rochester Sernua las Co-
west'.bester Fire ..
prinjr Oorlon .
German Fire ,
New Uampahire .
alUwauke Avscawuca .
. Rochsstrr, M 1
......Bcitaio. M K
.... i'eo.la 111
... Manchester N u
..Bsw Haven, CVna
Office Corner Eighteenth street
and Second Avenuo, aocond floor.
Telephone No. 1047.
. M BUFORD,
General . . .
Tha old 7tr and Tima-trlaa Osanaalea
l&m Preasiptlv Pail
r.a ss low a say rsiuiMs eompaay caa aCe,
Vonr Patnicaaw la sallaU-l.
n i mi
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old lire and time
- tried companys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Tour Patronage la Solicited. .
Office 1830, Soeond At. A
RattM Bo-la, BLocfe.
H. M. BBIGGS,
Real Estate. Insurance. Loans
AND UOCSES TO BENT.
OJice 1S08 Second Are., Book Ialand.
Have os hand 40 lots tn Soath Rook Is red on
ensyb rwe; Just oststu the etty limits; rood
wstrr ; low taxes, ana cheap tesnraoee. Ten lota
on Ttlrty-elzbth street and Fifteen ih avsane.
sale iedVinu eroparTF tn ha city for
Aaafly. Qnlckljr and Peimanently
' Cai.raaaTxa Eaousa Eanzsr
Itbsnld oa s nosttiso
froarantcw to et:re any
firas sf nerroos pwS'
trsiicnor any dsMjrder
of tbe Recital uma of
' eiUier (ex. caused
fscfaro. bv exceawvo tun s?
Tuiswco. Alcohol or trniuc or
of Toothful indisiTetjoa 'ir over tndulsenee
business. ClonTclsns. . sinfulness. Headache.
MeuUi ileprMwion. Koftenirot U Brain. Weak
Bienory. Hearing lwn fains, fcerjfaal Weakness,
hyuena, Moctcroal Eausuuaa, Spsrmatuiibas.
lor nf Power ar.d Ispotcnry. wbieb if inglactats
losT Lad to rmmu jtuie old aea a-al toaanitv.
r-vitmly imsrsnieed. fncm.!,M a box: bona
wt; wi rT or rjailonreeet-i'otprire.A wriuaa
r.-uMMlsiaul wi:hevr . BXcawstrectied.
reread tbe luoaey if a necasaar naa not
-"KEBTIA ItZDfCTSB SXA. Dstnit,
'fMibf at F.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. (
a e omxiut
Connelly fc Connelly
Attornejt at Law.
Office second Im, ovet "'"-M-TI A Lyndeli
bank, Mguey to toka,
Jackson & Hurst,
Attorneva at Law.
Office In Rock Island National bank boil ding.
e l vuxn
Sweeney Sc. "Walkere
Attorneys and Couneellort at Law.
Office la Bensnton block.
Charles J. gettrle.
Attorney at Law.
Local bustneea of all kirda pn-rnily attended
lo. eutt-w AUomcy of kock iriaud cwnnty.
I fBea. Fcamfflee block.
Attorneys at Law. .
Loaa money oa rood scot rite ; make eoTlee
Itona. Kefe-ence. Miultca A Lyiaie, bankora.
USk, Po,tumca block.
Dr. W. E. X.nde wis.
Specialist of Eve, Yt, Xcae and
Office tn Tremr,n new bnlldlne. eneaer
stiteenth atreLt and Third avenue. Muck Island.
Telephone Mo. lied.
Dr. A. Grassan,
Physician and Snrgeon.
Office, Dim block, 3i Th.ntieth nrtet.
, O. Ronner, M, D.
Physicitn ami Sorgct.n.
Cm:eff0 8ixleenth aT.et
Dr. CHas. 21. Kobertson,
Eye, Ear, Jiose and Throat Only.
Office, Whlttakar Block, aocUi west comer Third
and Brady streets. Eaveuport, Iowa. Hooma IT
and It, Hours: t to 11 a. m.. lto4p. nv.
DRACK & KTRKS
Architects and Superintendent.
Boom a, Mitchell A Linda building. Second
OEa P. STATJDUHA.R
Plana and auperiutendence for all rlsasi nf
tnudiugs. Moome m Hurst's block.
Dr. John E. Hawthorne.
Haw Dantal Farlara, over Hans A U Hem eye a
Cmg store. Third arsnns acd Twentieth atiast.
The latest appointment for skilled dental 1
Henry Gaetje, Prop.
Cnt Flowort asd Deaigsi of All
City store, 1607 Peccnd avenue, TcKiphone laid.
A Lady Attorney.
Her career threatened by au
ilisid ions loc. How it
Mra. Alice Ks, was the first Indy nttor.
ney in llutrlnnwm. All admire the enerarr
and cleverne,. thnt have Kiven her promiu-
eiHe. Hew know hn, 1... -
- - i v:. wm
tP'oiZtZ tr"ul,,es peeulinr to h.-r sea, which
- - " m 1-njsniiHi,. tiere t. a portion
her atmtemcnt. "When I Imn the nse
l rrlle TmI.
hnd lim aiiHlr
emicted n year
and cun6necf tn
my htd three
werla. nad ne
Tere iMiins and wo
The brut npplsm.
I p:.e? me re,
S rnvhins: sleep nad
w at work, s-el-init
I hsd in three
year.." M KM.
tn enre the irrrirolrntie, finjAun iih nt
and diseases that si.p t'je -itjiliiy of woanew,
i-ftdies slintilc too. from the eiposure of trrat
mcnt. end oitm suiter in silraoe rather than
seimiit tn i. Thi-w-miHitu are m srfatim
"fthe protil.-m. Wil.ttilive M a lmU treat,
rnent. M yrtle Tstiiy, a constitutional miicly.
With thrra IxidM-s ,-sn tMitivelv cure Ulewi,
selves at home. ITux tl.tacb. "Bamules and
a booklet frc-r.
V1CTOK MEDICAL AWHOCI ATIOJC,
aontA Bend, Ind.
Mat. M. J. SaaaKMr. Agent,
1112 ToSrty-sevsLth K, Bock lakaad
JH ABOVE HESUITS
rTshTi. Imeiicy. I aOtaBnT.
vVaMloa; disss. . and ail erW,. of seifnswe' ca
eaessa ard lul:-auun. lissum Im Viialltv.
rower a:l Fatlina Memory. ,) ,T Insanity
and consumption. Cures wneaalioiaersrajL Insh
oa a.Tlne- ITAI.lt. nooioer. Csa taemM la
n yt pocket, l-.y mail tiJXt pw pwsawnr ss
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