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THE ABGUS, " THUBSDAT, 'APRIL 6. 1899.
McCASKIllN A McCASKKLN,
Attorneys at Law.
Rock bland and HOia. Bock Island offloe
ererKraU Main a stor. Mllaa Pffle oo
Mais street. -
m. c. oomiu.t. B. o. oobbbixt
CONNELLY & CONNELLT,
Attorneys at Law.
ttrtmm InucA. OfflCa Over TllOBlU' drDK
tore, corner of Seconal avenue ao4 Seven
teenth itreet -
JACKSON A HUBST,
Attorneys at Law. J
Offlce la Bock Island National Bank Build
Wll L. LUDOLPH. BOBT. R. BETKOLWJ.
LUDOLTII & REYNOLD,
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General leral business. No
tary public 1706 Second avenue, Uulord
B. D. RWIIIir. C I. WALKS.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office In Bengston Block.
CHARLES J. SEA RLE,
Counsellor at law. Offlce in court boose.
McENLRY A McENliiY,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on rood security: make eollee-
Refereoee. Mitcneu t i.ynao, uc
rxnee, Mitchell A Lynda building.
JOHN K. SUOTT,
Commercial and criminal
MltcbeU A Lynde building.
law. Room ,
F. 1L FIRST, M. D.
. Pbyslclan and Surgeon.
rtione 4 on 13CT. Offlce. XM Twentieth
street. Offlce hours: 10 to IS a m.; S to 4 and
7 to 8 p. m. bunday, 8 JO to 0:30 a. m.; 130 to
J. A. BALL, M. 1).
Fbyslclan and Sura eon.
Offlce rtrt Second avenue. Residence MO
weuty-fourth street. Telephone 1 1 10. Offlee
hours from 10 to IS a m; t to 4 p. m; and T to 8
p. m, Sundays W to 10 a. m.
DIC CORA EMERY REED, '
children, also tl Incudes of eye. ear, nose andlFiQT gnH SOUTH
throat. Oflice hours :30 to 12 a. m.. I to p. fcrl 1 JUU I II.
m. K:l Sixteenth street, Kock Island.
. It. BUBKHART, M. D . . .
... UKF. flADA M. BCRKHART. ST. D.
DRS. DUUKUART & DURKHART,
Offlce Tremann Mock. Offlce hours 8 to IS
a. m., I to 5 and 7 to p. m. 't-hone No. 40V2.
Rock Island, 111. Night calls answered from
C. T. FOSTER, M. D.
Physician and Surf eon.
Offlce between Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth street. Oflice hours: 0 to 1 1a.m.,
t to 4 p. m. and 7 to p. m. Night calls from
office. Phone 4084.
DR. S. II. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist,
All diseases of horses and cattle treated on
approved principles. Surgical operations per
formed In a scientific manner. Doers treated.
All calls promptly attended to. Residence,
l93o Fifth avenue. Telephone 44l. Offlce
and Innrmary. 1615-1617 Fourth avenue
daucker's stable), opposite No. 1 Are bouse.
DR. II. EMMET STEEN,
Specialist and expert In the treatment of
nervou. private unil all chronic diseases of
men ami women.
Hour: 10 to 12. 2 to 4. 6 to 8. Sundays 10 to 13.
Harrison and Second streets, opposite new
DR. M. A. HOLLIXGSWORTH,
Office: Harper Iiouse Pharmacy;
DRACK A KERNS,
Architects and Superintendents.
C. L. SILVI3,
Over Krell Math's. 1716 Seeond avenue.
DR. U. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms IS and IS. Mitchell Lynda buliaing.
Office hours from 8 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 4 p. nx
J. T. TAYLOR,
Office hours t to 13 i
tie fJKtKeerth street.
k m.. 1:30 to 4.30 p. m.
Opposite Union ffloe
IIENRY GAETJE, Prop.
- Chlpptaonock Norseiy.
Cat Flowers and Deal gas ot si) Kinds.
City store, 1807 Second avenae. Teletboce
i wtts vast whetar Toe twusse -
StrVKUlMf UMere iimi. nw-1 esWA I i
remevea ts desire tor tolMero, wilST m t J
eat wr, oaaauttreae. expel mieo-w I s
tlae. pan floe toe bioaa. rvTl I k tViTiS.
tores laes mmm seteyT a 1 . w I lljsega? bozae
Om too traB4Te v. Ill tpSaoia. 400,004
sin .lili ssi t is 1 I U I'Le'cuMcuni t,,
sad pecsv-aa Vl !vpik'0-TO-B A C f roe
teak. J 117 fSlereir ow 4rnRUt.
Ver ff I I f AowillTaeck ferae. T.kr it wits
eV"ll lllJerlll,pui.uir.riatmlr one
I Vw ljp SU eeeelly eer-ei CI M,
or nothing better to tear the
lining of your throat and
lungs. It is better than wet
feet to cause bronchitis and
pneumonia. Only keep it
up long enough and you
will succeed in reducing your
weight, losing your appetite,
bringing on a slow fever and
making everything exactly
right for the germs of con
sumption. Stop coughing and you
will get well.
cures coughs of every kind.
An ordinary cough disap
pears in a single night. The
racking coughs of bronchitis
are soon completely mas
tered. And, if not too far
along, the coughs of con
sumption are completely
Ask your druggist for one
It will aid the action of the
If ywt fcnv 1 any romf'xlnt whst
ever tud dclre the ht m-dtr-al
advife yon run tMM.ibly obtain,
write as ffreelv. You will receive a
prompt reply ihnt tnay be of great
Value tn y,,u. Aililtru,
Dli. J. C. AVi-H. Lowell. Mass.
& Peoria Railway
Leave Hook Islard.
" C. It- I. & P. Depot 8:00 am 1:40 pm
30th Street Depot 8:06 a m 1:45 pm
Ar. PeorU ll:Q0ara 4:55 pm
Ill'Kmington 1:1 pm B:23 p m
Springfield 3:15 p m f :00 p m
"Decatur 3:20pm tdOpn
"Indianapolis 8:10pm 30)0 a m
" Terre Haute 6:39 pm
"St. Louis .' 7:00 p m C:S0 a m
Cincinnati 9:05 p m 7:10 a m
" Kvansville 9:35 pm 6:25 am
"Louisville 7:30 am
"Diyton 10:23 pm 9:00am
" Columbus 1:30 a m 11:35 a m
"Nashville 2:00 am 8:10 pm
" Chattanooga 3:35 p m S:55 p m
"Atlanta 7:30 pm 10:30pm
Lines east of Peoria carry through
coaches anl slecpin'; cars on ni;rnt
trains to principal cities.
Uen'l Pass. Agent,
Rock Island, 111,
BEST TRAIN SERVICE:
The onlj Cement that Is not effected
by heat or moisture.
Otto Grotjan. 1501 Second Ave.
A J. llieas. 2229 Fourth Ave.
J.'M. Keim, 7th Ave. and 3th St
Otto Kudert, 5th Ave. and Elm St
Whits Seal saloon
CHEMIST AND DOCTOR
Give Their Experiences with Army
Beef to the Court of
AffAirsES or PEor. chittebteu
Ebow tbe Canned Beef to Have Been Good
After Exposure to at Trepical Clltnate
Or. Carrie Finds Chemicals Uotb. ia
Refrlcerated Beef Supplied to the Army
and That Sold to Ills Own Family ia
Washington, April 6. The two prlnci
pal witnesses before the beef inquiry
court yesterday were Prof. Russell H.
Chittenden, of Yale college, and Dr.
Samuel A. Currle. who was lieutenant
colonel of the Second New Jersey regi
ment, which was stationed at Jackson-
vllle during the war. Prof. Chittenden
Is one of the chemists selected by the
government to ana'yze the canned rcast
bef. lie presented his report Bhowine
that the beef was good. No chemicals
bad been found by him in its prepar
ation and It was wholesom;. The heat
of the tropical climate, he said, would
probably cause the fat In the cans to
liquify and thus render the food dis
pleasing to the sight. Colonel Davis
stated that most of the cans from
which the samples were taken for an
alysla had been exposed to the heat of
tropical countries, some of the cans be
ing brought from Havana for the pur
pose of the test. Prof. Chittenden said
there was enough protein in one can
to sustain a man for two days.
Meat That Was Analysed.
Colonel uavis said that three cans
each cf the canned roast beef prepared
by the Prairie Canning company, the
Armour company and the Wilson com
rany, were furnished to' Professor Chit
tenden. Prcfesror Chittenden said he
had made a careful study of the samples
furnished, having analyzed all of them,
comparing them with freEh beef. He
had found the contents perfectly sweet
and emitting the odor always given out
by cooked meat. In some cans the meat
particles were large, while in others
thty were not. In all the samples sup
plied the proportion of fat and protein
was such as to bring them into derange
of good beef.
Effect of Heat on the Fat.
Considerable attention was given to
the layer of fat found on the surface of
each can, which, as found by him, was
always solid. Professor Chittenden had
found upon investigation that the fat
melted at 45 degrees centigrade or 113
Fahrenheit, and some In a lower temper
ature, and that ence melted it did not
again solidify at a higher temperature
than 38 centigrade. The pre?nce of the
melted fat rendered it doubtful whether
the food was suitable for a tropical cli
mate except under conditions where ex
treme heat could be guarded against ot
where vegetables to be cooked with the
meat could be had.
Neither Boric Nor Salicylic Acid.
All the samples had shown the pres
ence of gelatine, but careful tests failed
to develop either boric or salicylic acid,
The specimens supplied by the Wilson
Packing company (which were corned)
showed the presence of salt or salt
petre. Some of the meats were red, giv
ing rise to the suspicion that they might
have been colored by analylne dye, as in
the case of sausage. Tests had, how
ever, failed to show that such was the
case. It was made evident that the meat
was boiled rather than roasted. On this
account there was a loss of some of the
Inorganic salts, and therefore some of
its nutritive qualities. Major Lee only
entered upon a slight cross-examination
of the witness, asking time for the ex
amination of the report. It was then ar
ranged that Chittenden should return
next Tuesday for this cross-examination.
DR. CCRRIE FOUND CHEMICALS.
Refrigerated Iteaf Soaked In Preservative
Fluid. Ha Alleges.
Dr. Currle'a testimony was severe cn
the refrigerated beef and he had ad
vised tbe men not to eat the canned,
considering it unfit for use. He was
in charge of a detail of 103 men to con
struct a rifle range at Jacksonville.
Fla., in June and July. Often the men
were compelled to throw away the meat
sent them for dinner. On one occasion
there was especial trouble and the next
day after eating this meat only twenty-four
men were able to report for
duty. He had tested a piece of this
meat for salicylic acid, getting a decided
reaction. On another occasion'he se
cured a boracic acid reaction. "One
peculiarity of the meat." he said, "was
that It kept so well and smelt so badly."
When men would throw It up, often
many hours after eating, it was still
found undecomposed. Dr. Currle ex
pressed the opinion that the refriger
ator beef had been soaked In some
preservative fluid containing salicylic
acid. Dr. Currie said he had discov- :
ered some ten or twelve years ago by
actual tests that Swift &
saicyiuc to preserve ineir meats, xwo .
.. ry V, atrn k. hfiH miila A similar t t
his own home In Englewood. N. X. and
had found that it contained salicylic '
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Lieutenant Colonel L. M. Maus. who,
as chief medical officer of the Seventh
Army corps, had served In various
ramna in th nuiiim states iliirint? the '
Spanish war. said there had been very .
little complaint concerning the meat.
At Jacksonville the. men had found it
necessary to cook the refrigerator meat
as soon as received, as otherwise it be
came tainted. In one Instance an en
tire company of troops had been made
sick, as he believed, by eating the
meat. It was also noticed that an un
usual proportion of the men thus af
fected went down with typhoid fever. It
was afterwards developed that the ctok
knew the meat was tainted before he
Henry Raphael, manager for Armour
& Co. In New Tork, who had been
called at the instance of General Miles
to testify, sal ci that last May he had ia
stock 140.000 pounds of canned roast
beef. Later in the season he received
more, some coming from Chicago and
some from cities tn England. The beef
from abroad had been there one or two
years. None of this beef had been re
jected. Raphael said that the govern
menu's purchases wera always mad? on
samples generally selected .by himself.
These were inspected, as was aiso the
beef cn delivery. Only thre cans of
the entire sale to the army had been re
fused and these had Le?n replaced.
Major Lee presented mcra cf the cor
respondence betwcea General Miles and
the court, and put In a request on be
half of the general that nine of the 130
witnesses whose' names he had hereto
fore suggested be called, saying that
they would testify cencerning refriger
ator beef and chemically-treated beef.
The court did not Indicate whether the
request would be compiled with.
MAN CAS" BEAT HIS WIFE
Coder Certain Clrcnmstances, Says a Judge
at St. Lonis.
St. Louis, April 6. A decision was
rendered by Judge Peabody in the city
police court yesterday that under cer
tain conditions a husband has the right
to beat his wife. The case was of one
Bernard Kretzer, charged with beating
his wife because she. would not agree
with him in the management cf their
Judge -Peabody said It passing Judg
ment: "In this case the wife was more
guilty than the husband for trying to
contradict and thwart her husband's
wiK in the presence of the children and
setting them a bad example which he
had a right to rebuke. There are times
when a wife irritates her husband to
such an extent that he car.not control
himsslf and uses his hand or fist. As
long ns no serious harm is done I den't
believe In punishment." .
Finns and Irishmen Fight.
West Fuperior, Wis., April 6. An elec
tion flsht took place at the town of Ma
ple, in which several Finlar.ders were
badly used up. The Finlanders were
working in Supervisor Conness" Inter
ests and became involved in an alter
cation with half a dozen Irish woods
men. The Finns finally drew knives
and attacked the opposing side in front
of the polling place. The Irishmen used
clubs and fence rails and John Larskey,
a Finn, was seriously injured. The re
ports received here state that he may
die. Several others were Injured.
Civil Service Examinations.
Washington, April 6. Assistant Sec
retary Vanderlip has issued new regu
lations regarding the civil service ap
pointments, promotions and transfers in
the mints and assayofflces of th? United
States. The scientific and clerical po
sitions will be filled after competitive
examinations, but without registra
tions, while the mechanical trade or
skilled positions will be filled after a
slight educational test and a registra
tion examination. The educational
test will be letter writing, arithmetic
and plain copying.
' No Alliance With England,
Princeton. N. J., April 5. Harvard
got the decision over Princeton In the
intercollegiate debate la?t night in
Alexander hall. Princeton had the
affirmative and Harvard the negative
side of the question: "Resolved. That
a formal alliance between the United
States and Great Britain for the pro
tection and advancement of the com
mon interests is advisable."
Many Carpenters on Strike.
Cleveland, O., April 6. Within the las
twenty-four hours 500 men have joined
the carpenters' strike, which began
Monday. It Is now estimated that ovei
1,500 men are on strike. A few of trie
smaller contractors have conceded the
demands of the men.
Champion Draughts Player Bead.
Glascow, April 6. James Wylie, th
formr champion amateur checker
piayor, Is dead.
Chicago Grain and Produce,
Chicago. April 5.
Following were the Quotations on the
Board of Trade today:
Wheat Open. Hi eh. Low. Close.
May .72 .T3Vg -'3
May 4.75 4.80 4.72 4.80
July 4.87 4.92 4.83 4.92
September ... 5.00 5.C5 4.97 5.05
Produce: Butter Extra creamer
ies. 2021c per lb; extra dairies, ISc;
fresh packing stock. ll12c. Eggs
Fresh stock. llc per dozen. Dressed
Poultry Turkeys, 913c per lb; chick
ens, 9"gl0c: ducks. 9ellc; geese, 7
9c. Fotatoes Common to choice. 52
60c per bu. Sweet Potatoes Illinois,
$1.50&2.25 per bbl. Apples Common to
fancy, $3.30 5.00 per bbl.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, April 5.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
27.000: sal-s ranged at $3.303.75 for
pigs. 3.653.87 for light. J3.60(g3.70 for
rough packing, $3.70&3.92 for mixed,
nnri S3 TSffr 3.95 fur hrarv nackinz and
shipping lots. Cattle Estimated re-
ranKed at $5.455.90 for choice to ex-
. . . T 95 n .Vnin.
$4.104.&O fair to good. $4.00S4.40 com-
mon to medium do.. $3.90 4.25 butchers
?;?e A,.10!,? 0 ,fed w1t71n8
!3.5MH.60 feeding steers. $2.104.10 cows,
$3-004.70 heifers. $2.704.30 bulls, oxen
and stap8 j3.T0fi4.9O Texas steers, and
J4 C0 7.00 veal calves. Sheep and Lambs
Estimated receipts for the day. 15.0CU.
ouotations ranged at $3.5035.10 west-
erns, $3.255.10 natives, $4.75:56.00 Iambs.
Milwaukee. April 5.
Wheat Steady: No. 1 northern, 71
?72c; No. 2 northern. 70c Oats Easy;
2S 62934 c. Rye Lower; No. 1. 550
E."c. Barley Firm; No. 2. 4Sc; cample,
Oats auc. c.
Hy Timothy. 9; wild, $7.503$3.
Duller Fair to choice, 15c; frebh 'creamery,
Frr I2HC. s
Chickens Spriotr. 7c per pound.
Ducks 7c p-r pound.
Turkeys alive, lOo per pound.
Coal Soft. 10c.
Cattle Hutches pay for corn fed steers
4H3c; cows and heifers, 3c4c; calves
The kind Yoa Han stairs BoagM
Joseph Van Dyck, 65 years old, was
run over by a wagon at Chicago. He
The will of S. B. Armour, who died at
Kansas City. Mo., divides $4,000,000 be
tween his widow and nephew, Kirk B.
The California limited was derailed
near North Pomona, Cal., while making
sixty miles an hour, but no one was
The "westbound Burlington fast mail
made a record-breaking run into Oma
ha, making 101 miles In 113 minutes.
with two stops.
B. F. Bowers, an operator In grain at
Chicago, discouraged at his failure to
get rich, attempted suicide with mor
phine, but failed.
The unity conference of Irish Nation
alists at Dublin failed of its object, be
cause of the refusal of the Parnelllte
faction to attend.
To save his mother from his father's
murderous attack Lewis Dennis, of near
Millhelm, killed his father at Bellfonte,
Pa., by a blow with a chair.
Thomas O. Johnston, a well-known
newspaper writer and editor of the
Ogle County Reporter, of Oregon, Ills.,
died at the Augustar.a hospital.
It is rumored that the engagement
of the Count of Turin, nephew of Kinr
Humbert, of Italy, to an American
heiress, will soon be announced.
Dr. Richard Kay, who introduced
American cattle, threshing machines,
peas, tomatoes, and cabbages in Japan,
is dead at New York, aged 55 years.
The pope yesterday received in au
dience the bishop of Duluth, the Right
Rev. James McGoIdrick, and the bishop
of Winona, the Right Rev. David B.
The charities founded In Austria by
Baron Maurice de Hirsch and carried
on since his death in 1S96 by' the late
baroness will benefit under her will to
the extent of $1,150,000.
Burglars entered the residence of W.
G. Balcom. Eau Claire Wis., and took
two diamond rings, two gold watches
and a quantity of other Jewelry. The
whole w.as valued at $1,500.
Samoan Situation Improved.
London, April 6. The Berlin corre
spondent of The Times says: "In
official circles the Samoan situation is
considered much improved and it Is
now confidently expected that Great
Britain will accept Germany's proposal
regarding unanimity in the investiga
The Sloaue-Haunnond Wedding.
New York. April 6. With all the elab
orate ceremony that characterizes
church weddings Miss Emily Vanderbilt
Sicane. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will
lam Douglass Sloane, was married to
John H. Hammond yesterday at noon.
in St. Bartholomew s church.
Prcshytertanlsin In the Philippines.
New York, April 6. The Presbyterian
Foreign Mission society is taking meas
ures looking forward to active mission
ary work in the Philippine islands. Over
$7,000 has been handed to the treasurer,
though no appeal has been made, by
people who ask that their names be
one of Lire's i ragcaita. sr
A story was told by London Truth
cut long since and its correctness
vouched for, which shows the folly of
acting hastily and impulsively in im
port ant concerns in life.
The son of a very wealthy man at his
father's death found himself free to in
dulge every whim. He had yachts,
horses, an inland on which he played
king at his pleasure. He was not an
immoral man, bnt idle and foolish.
. One day while nsing a long distance
telephone he was charmed by the voice
of the operator at the other end of the
line. He managed to discover that it
was that of a woman, yonng, single
and pretty. In the course of a few days
he convinced himself that the owner
of the voice was the one hnman being
who shonld be his wife and that life
wonld be empty and desolate without
The girl was poor and listened to his
proposals. He cabled her money to buy
her tronsseau and to secure a chaperon
to accompany her to the town where he
In due time she arrived. Her looks
were aa attractive as her voice. He
married her and a few days later was
found dead by his own hand in his
room, lie leit no explanation? Deyona
the words, "I have made a mistake,"
scrawled on a sheet of paper left on the
Am With, One Voice They Spoke Cp.
At a little uptown gathering not Jong
ago the guestg played some simple games
and told ghost stories and managed to
have a good time in the old fashioned
Pretty soon one of the gentlemen said:
"I don't believe we appreciate what
a steady old slow coach the human
brain is. Notwithstanding aXi our talk
about quick wits and flashes of intelli
gence the brain is not so easily thrown
from its accustomed ruts. If, for in
stance, I ask a question which is entire
ly new to you,' but which your honest
old brain mistakes for a query quite
similar in construction, it will go right
ahead and telegraph the reply in its
own hidebound way."
"That sounds interesting, said one
of the guests, "but show us an exam
ple." "I will," said the first speaker, "with
the proviso that you answer it prompt
ly." He smiled, and then, without any
haste, quietly a&ke "Who saved the
life of Pocahontas T
"John Smith!" roared 20 voices.
"You see," said the questioner.
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Sot m Grrmss.
"Did you enjoy the srerman the other
night, Mian Daisy ? asked Tinkleton.
"lis warn t a German, mt. i. inkle-
ton," answered Daisy innocently; "he's
an Englishman." Harper's Bazar.
Meerschaum is a silicate of magnesia
and is to be found chiefly in Asia Minor,
Greece and Madrid.
In some parts of Africa slaves are still
the baeis of all financial reckoning.
They Have Resulted in a Steady!
Gain of Popularity.
People Who Are Ever Brady to Becom.
mend What Has Bone Them So
The people of Rock Island feel very
p-reatfnl for the n-eat benefit the have
received from the use of Morrow's
Kid-ne-oids, .the great remedy for
backache, dizziness, sleeplessness,
nervousness and all disorders arising
from the kidneys. Morrow's Kid-ne-
oids euro where other remedies have
failed, and the people of Rock Island
have not been slow to find this out
and add their testimony that their
friends may know what tp use and
Frank O. Canedy, who is stock
clerk at Sechler's carriage works, Mo
line, 111., and resides at 804 Fourth
aveuue, this city, says: "I was not
feelinjr well, as my system had been
out of order for some time. I suf
fered with a sharp pain across my
back and I always felt tired, more so
in the morning when I got up than at
night on going to bed. 1 went aion;;
this way for some time, and as I had
read about Morrow's Kid-ne-oids I srot
some at Bahnsen's drug store and
took them according to directions. I
was soon relieved and have not ex
perienced the samo feelings or trouble
since. 1 believe that Kid-ne-oids are
all that is claimed for them, as they
uiu me a great deal or good in a verv
Morrow's Kid-ne-oids are yellow
tablets (hot pills) put up in wooden
boxes, which contain enough for about
two weeks' treatment and sell at 50
cents a box at M. F.
Descriptive booklet mailed upon re
quest by John Morrow & Co., chem
ists, Springlicld, Ohio.
Dh trouble wif some men dat knows
a heap." baid Uncle Eben, "is dat dey
hab secb a iositivo way o" tellin it dat
dey makes folks too mad to listen. "
'Many a man." once Baid Phillips
Brooks, "can say, I did the things my
father told me, but the mas I am my
mother made me. "
Beauty la Blood Deep.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im
parities from the body. Begin to-day to
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
cascarets, Deauiy ior ten cents. All drug-
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Baii&iacuou guaranteed, xuc, mc, due.
C ASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bough
APRIL . . .
photos of gables
AH Work Guaranteed.
C. E. SMITH,
Opposite Harper House, Second Ave.
John Volk & Co.,
Builders : : :
ALSO MANUFACTURERS Or
Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings;
veneerea ana tiara wood floor
ing or All Kinds.
Single and Double Strength Window
Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
"""tSS?" Rock Island.
MOTT'S PENNYROYAL MLS
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tofriat womtobood, akiJng de
velopment of orennf and body, ho
known remedT for women eoamla
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For sale by M. F. Bahnsen. druggiflt
IDr. Willi atn-' Indian Pit
kOiotmeatwil 'ure Blind
'lileediD? sm. Ilclilnn
Piles. It absorbs tbe tomors.
allays tbe itching at once, acts
las a Doultice. elves Instant re
lief. Dr. Williams-Inrtlsn Pile Oint
ment is nre us red for Piles and Itch
ing of ths private parts. Every box is
warranted. Br drucirivts. hv mfl ot, jb-
eint of prire. bO cents and SI.M. WILI "Zi
AKUFlCTURls'G CO.. Props.. Cleveland. O&l
Bold by M V. Banbsea drus-glsta
Ul a mm.
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL. BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
0 4) s
Neuralgia. . v
'Neuralgia of -the head Is
about the most awonlzine
torture the human can kii
fer. It involves the nerro
abich supplies the hcurt. anri
anv eviaiioo ir m norn
cun produce more puin tn
any other nerve of tbe body.
LI AVE a selective
" action on the
relievo the dis
toms of the dis
Free samples at all Rock
Tom A. Marshall
,) 't,o6 Distance Line .
V GENERAL 0fTKC5
ernes and tomms ATA3oyf
'S TCtfQRAPH BATES. "
Muscat ine, Iowa.
Mt. Flossant, Iowa.
New Boston, 111.
New Windsor. I1L .
North Ilenderson, 111.
tort Byron, 111.
Prairie City, 111.
Peoria, I U.
liock If-land, 111.
fiwau Creek, III.
Ht. AugutOine, m.
Wit rrurd. 111.
Taylor Kidge, IU.
Wnluut Grove, IU.
Went Uberty, Iowa.
Yates City, 111.
Columbus Jc, lows.
Cedar Knplil, lows.
Des Moines, lows.
P.IiiiwihkI , 111.
Fort Madison, Iowa.
Our Display of Spring
is correct in style ami
color. The shapes
are extremely becom
ing and trimmed so
artistically that you
will be deiighted with
them. Call and get
her prices before pur
Mrs. D. La Frenz
J 3?4 Third avenue. Rock Island
8awed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled bj none. This
tone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, eto. Flans sent
oi for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at oar expense.
Quarries 13 miles from Book
Island on the C, B. A Q. B. B.
Trains Nos. 5 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Stone and Photos ol
buildings ean be seen at Boom
No. 12. Mitchell A Lynde's build
ABTHUB BU&BALL, Manager
Book Island or Colona. 111.
i8i5 Seccnd Arcnno.