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THU TBATELRRS GUIDE.
i.V Pacific bai wi i iitteis
I' i1; - i can be purchased or ba eue
,' nuecked at CUT T'cket office.
1m sreond avenue, crC.K I.
At p. depji, corner Fifth --
nue and Tblity-tif tn. street. Frank H. nuiu
icver Clouted x Oni-La. .
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i Kansas City. I JoeiOenv
ZttorM. IalaDd & Washington
bleacro & DesMoif es
hock Ialand A Brooklyn AO
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crr Tal. eparture. tDally. except sue
day. J Dally. excep Saturday. All o iters
dailr. 'telephone l3
BURLINGTON ROUTE C.
If. & J. KA1L.W A Itp Jt
Second avenue and Twen
U. J. YOUNG.
alt h v
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Peoria, yulncT. oalcs-,
burg aid sterling 7:I3 am
Peoria. LteardMtown. Hur-I
Itegtoo. Denver and,
West. I 'ijlOpm
St. Louis, Kacsii City
J'enver sou PaoiLc
Coast ia Galesburg- . . ' pm
Sterling nod points la-j
.termediate 7:-J5 pm
East Mo ine (suburbaoi.. :ISni
ftt Denver and west
Linton and nv'uuiiue .... "JOim
Uarenp.Tt and CUaion .. 6:&0 act
Cliqtocu Dubuque, La
Crosse, bt Paul, Minn
ard wr t ard X W TlSpm
lauy. tDaily except Sunday.
y & St. Paul K I way- !,
tai'.t K. I. 1l N. W. Dikenifer
7AnXTfi lion at foot of Seventeenth ,
M . . . n iir U. .ul
r"rHay Fcent. The trains for Lu-
buquo and poiata north tun
rii Illinois fcide of river.
Trains or Freeport acd Milwaukee still rue
Tia Uavenpoit. Clinton and Savacna
all traits w'll coatect at savanna f sr points
east aid wet.
" TUIIKI. rTTtAVK I a k k i v it
Uu.buq.ue aid at. Paul Pan-
Kenger 7i5 am
Aeoommrdatiun.: 10 ia am
Lubuiue and st Iaul Pa-
wniter " pm
Milwaukee Kxpres 70 am
Freeport ipre!s .. 4:.'0 tn
11:15 am j
9 15 pro :
!:I5 ptr j
1 1:4-1 BID j
A U trains dUly except huuday.
ROCK ISL-ND k PEOKIA
Kai way. Depot First ' enue j
and 1 wentleth street. M. A '
Patterson, peneral pscdi r .
went Pasfereertrairs leave !
C. K I il'. iMoline l'fO"f)
dpot ten ( 10) minutes earlier :
tban time siven.
L. Gut't. A Kent.
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Peoria. botiaBtieid. Irdian-
adolis Cint innatLBloom-
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Peoria, lndlanspolis, Cn
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Cabled her 'ard Accom.
C-le it Sbrrard Acorn.
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8at of Illinois l
Rotik island County. (
Ia the Circuit Court at the January term, A. ,
alira Herabey, conjp'ana t. vs Daniel Haje !
tid Alice Warueld Hayes, deiendauta
To the ubive named Daniel Hayes and Alice
WarUeld Htyn and each of them:
Affidavit of your non resldenoe a?d of the
non residence of each rl you balcg been
filed in the above entitled eaute in the omre
of tne underaiKoe clerk of the circuit court
of the county of Kic Island and state of
111 loon, you are hereby notitl'd that the
above n a tied complainant has filed In said
court ber bid of complaint aaalnbt you on
the chancery side of aaid court: That a
summons in chancery ban been Issued in mid
cause asalnst you. returnable to the Janua'y
term A L) . I'jOJ. of said court, to be begun I
acd holflen la tb court bouse in the city of
ICock Lsland, tn vld county. In Me state of !
Illlaoii, on the tirst Monday of January, A.
IX, lWvi, at which lime and pluce you will
appear and plead, answer or demur to said
bill of complaint as you an see fit
Dated at Kock I&land UUnois, tbis 9:b day !
Of October, a. U, 1.
Gborgs W. Gambls. '
Clerk of aaid Circuit Court
Swiisit A WAUtitt, Complainant's Solid
Hotle of Pob ligation Chstaewy. '
State of Illinois,
County of Rock Island, f i
In the Clruult Court. In Chancery.
Uulda Sinwid s. Charles Strand. i
Affldavit of non-rewoence of the Ccte C-1
ant, Cha'leS Stra d. baviq been filed In tbe !
clerk's oBce of tbe circuit ourt of tbe said j
county, aotlee is therefore hereby Klven tc
tbe said non-resident defendant that th
complainant filed ber bill of complaint in saio '
court, on tbe chancery side thereof, on tbe j
-")i day of June. 1M.0 snd that thereupon a !
aumanons bued out of said court w herein said j
suit Is now pending-, returnable on tbe ttlrt
Monday In the month of Sen ember tb-reaf ie
aa by law required, and then n the luth dy I
of November. 1W0I. an alias iumm-t was '
lsued out of sail co-rt returnable on ihdllr.t j
Monday of January nex. I
Now unless you. tno said con-resident def en- :
daet above named, Cbarle fctrand. abai
personally be and appear before tbt
said circuit court on tbft first daj !
of the next term thereof, to be holdet '
at Rock Island In and fur sala county on tbe ,
first Monday in January Btit. and plead, at.-
swer or demur to tbe said eompiaiaant'a bill
of complaint, the same and the matters and
tbtnff therein charged snd stated will d '
taken as confessed, snd a decree entered
asalnst yon seeordinr to tbe prsyer of said
bill. G soros W. Cam ils. circuit Clara.
, Koek Island. 111.
K. H. Guyer, Complainant's Solicitor.
SAWED BUILDING STONE.
ASHLAR AND TRIMMINGS
Kor cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
tone doe not wash or color
the wall with alkili, etc.
Plans ttent us for estimates
will receive careful attention
and be returned promptly at
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C, IJ. & Q. R. R.
Trains Nos. 5 and 10 will stop
and let visitors otT and on.
ll RIDGE STONE. CORN CRIR
I1LOCKS AND FOUNDATION
STONE. AN Y SlZE DESIRED.
Sample of stone and photos
of buildings can be been at
Room No. 12, Mitchell &
Lynfle's building'. Address:
ARTHUR BURRALL. Manager.
Kock Island or Colona, 111.
retards the circulation, weakens
the stomach, deranges digestion,
pollutes the blood, destroys the
nervous force and saps the
vitality of the whole system.
It causes pains in the side, pal
pitation, shortness of breath,
smothering, dropsical swellings,
sinking spells, and frequently
ends all suffering in sudden
death. Why tempt deith
when a cure is within easy reach?
. "My head would j?et so hot it
seemed to be burning up, while
my feet were like ice. My limbs
would swell and. get numb. I
fridto sit in a chair day and
night for months and my hfart
throbbed and pained me terribly.
After uinj? three bottles of iJr.
Miles' Heart Cu re 1 could do a
1. U. Maclav.
never fails to relieve, and few
cases are too severe for it to
cure. Sold by druggists on
Dr. Miles Medical Co., rikhirt. Lid.
OXE NHHr ONLY.
Sunday. Nov. 10.
K. C. W.l-ion p-esect Wl'lUm Ull'.eltc '
A complete sceci) prsduction brim full of
tue essence of comedy, mliih
Prices. S)C, f5o acd 5c '
Seals on sale at Bleuer jewelry store.
MATlNUE AND NIGHT
1:15 p in. and 15 p. m.
Tuesday, Nov. 12.
Special enratuint of the Celelra'.cd
AuiDrr-riii-L'CtJrcr, i:nie'. tetun
TbouC(.on. in twt new and charm
ing illustrated Talks on
Including bis la' est storirs on Cats, Sparrows
and Common things.
Popular price". Matinee Children, -S3
adults, bos. NiRht "5c and 5Cc.
Keserved seats for evectag lecture only.
Tuesday, Nov. 12:
ami lils 1'annius
Marine Band Orchestra
of 26 Pieces.
Assisted ly Mis Clara Tv
tcr. vx-alist jri-ailuaU' of tin
Ainoi'icaii Conservatory !'
Jlusie, and ivlwin I. Tini
"ill-. Urooke's pii grains
a if alwayt suited to tlie
ixmlar tatees." Brook
Quality and make.
McCoy 6c Co., N. Y.
S. M. Arndt & Co.,
1700 Second Avenue.
y Is aa Aatiseptic Healing Powder
I He! Cuts. Wounds. Burns tnd Scalds il
: J J without m scar. 23 cents. Omggitts. I 1
ILLS jpOUR IpANTHERS
"it tlio late Darius &-ofield of Cort
land pocuty, who remerubeml bis grand
mother dickering villi a btar for biui
when he wa.n a year old and getting liim
hack from lh bear in exchange for a
loaf of corn bread, and who remembered
a lot of things about other relations ol
his, as told in The Snu the other day.
had remembered something his tuotbex
did once, bo wonld have had another
entertaining story to tell," taid a former
Cortland coouty resident. "But even
Darius' amazing memory wasn't capable
i f that, for when bis mother had thic
adventure felie wasn't Darius' mother
yet and indeed wasn't his mother until
two years later. She was then plaiu
"She was going through tbe woods
one day on an errand to a neighbor's, a
couple of miles from her father's clear
ing, when she hoard a panther yell, and
looking back saw the animal bounding
along tbe path toward her. Sally was
only 18, but she knew enough about
panthers to be afraid of them. Iu turn
ing round to look behind her he bad
stopped, and be noticed that tiie pan
ther stopped too. When the started on
again, the panther followed. The fatter
she went the faster the panther went,
yelling frequently. Then Sally stopped
again and turned square around in the
path. The panther stopped instuntly.
crouching and swaying its long tail.
Sally hurried on again, and the panther
hurried after ber. When Sally stopped
and turned acaiu. t-he saw that the
j panther was a great deal nearer to her
j than it had been when it stopped be-
' "Sally wasn't half way to the place
i she was going. She saw that at one
I mor turn the panther's tactics would
' have brought the wily beast so close to
her that it would undoubtedly make its
spring. She resolved to make an effort
to save herself. Before stopping again
she saw a heavy club at the side of the
! path. She quickly picked it up and af t
! er a step or two move storped and turned
: suddenly, facing the panther, which
I was now not more than ten ft-et behind
i her. The panther was ready for its
; spring, but before it could leap Sally
! rushed upon it with a yell that shamed
those the panther had uttered and gave
j the savage beast a blow on the nose
I that made everything crack. The pau
jiher lowered its head and began to
I sneeze and snuffle. Sally brought the
club down again, this time on the pan
ther's bead, and the great cat sprang
one side and ran up a dead hemlock
! tree. Thinking that she had scared Iter
hungry foe from the chase, Sally started
to run on her way, when she saw the
J panther get ready to leap from tbe tree,
i She turned and faced it again just as
: the furious animal sprang. Sally jump
ed aside. The panther alighted on the
ground at her feet, and quick as a flash
aud with the f crco of a triphammer the
big cln'o descended on its neck. The
ipantber settled down flat on the ground
under the biow, and two more strokes of
the club ended its career.
"Sally was pretty well flustrated by
this lively bout with the panther and
was wiping her face with her apron and
taking a breathing spell .when she beard
a great whining in the direction of the
dead betnlock. Looking in that direc
tion, she faw too good sized panther
kittens tumbling out of a hollow in the
tree trunk. Sully had ber spunk up
now. She believed, and no doubt she
wa right, that the two baby panthers
belouzcd to the panther that had been
I making ber journey so unpleasant for
! ber. and she made up her mind to have
I a little more satisfaction by knocking
them on the bead too. She was walking
!ovcr to tho tree to finish her work when
fuycll that almost made her hair rise
JuoL-(i on ber ears, and looking down
; liie path she was alarmed to see another
'uaclhtr, bigger than the one she had
; killed, coming fiercely toward her. This
!fcj-.o net down as the dead one's mate.
! She was pleased to notice that his ad-
vancewas somewhat hampered by the
del that one of his fore legs was off at
j "He was plainly bound for a fight,
j however, in .;pite of that handicap, and
icuiao right on, yelling at every bumpy
bcuud ho made. Sally concluded to try
tho mi inn tactics on this panther she had
o:i tho other one, and she set up tho
ijuii unearthly yelling and rushed to
meet the ugly beast. This surprised
him. Ho stopped, but kept on glaring.
The nest thing be knew be got a whack
over the nose that dropped him llat iu
the path. Sally didn't give him time to
recuperate, and in less than five seconds
had his brains scattered to the four
wiuds. The two young panthers had by
'this time come out into the path and
were huddled at thei" dead mother's
side, licking her and crying mo6t pite
ously. This touched Sally's heart, and
ahe determined to spare the lives of the
kittens and take them home. She stoop
ed down to stroke one of them, when it
turned on ber. and quick as lightning
fcunk tbe sharp claws of one paw deep
into ber band. Sally then knocked both
of the youngsters in the bead and held
tho unprecedented record of killing four
anthers ia less than ten minutes. Sally
went on and did her errand and told
what luck she had run against on the
?ay over. Young Jim Scofield, son of
the neighbor where Sally bad the er
rand, went back with ber, and tbey
lugged tbe panthers in to Sally's fa
ther's. Young Jim must have thought
hb would make just the kind of wife a
'hustling backwoods farmer ought to
fs m a .- s
nave, ior ne cook to caning at oia man
Kighter's pretty regular, and in less
than a year be and Sally were married.
Darius was born a year or so afterward. "
New York Sun.
"To what," sked tbe young womn&
with tbe notebook, "do you attribute
your remarkable power In, training
these animals and keeping them In
"Well." replied Mile. Castella, the
lady wonder of the arena, "I think I
Inherited it from my mother. Sbe was
a strong minded woman. My father
was a regular bear, and she bad to
subdue him alwut once a day as long as
ahe lived.,t Chicago Tribune.
"The TLOTe f Comrades.
Here in tb valley where the river bends
I see the great oaks Handing like close friends
Holding their frequent whispers in tbe high.
Still privacies of iky.
I see the comrade bee of August pM
About their merry burines with the gr.
I see old cart worn horees by the creek.
Neck over neck, as though tbeir hearts would
A tliough it helped them bear unto tbe end
The unjust 1j1i to know they have a friend.
Down the hill road I see three workmen walk.
Hand held in haf lrned hand, in friendly talk.
A littl't is on eac't face,
Lixlit from the Secret Place:
S'ur love has oux.d tiiem fast.
Comrades to 4 he last.
And as tiiey go my heart take sudden cheer.
Knowing tl at in "heir nearness Cod is near!
Mji. how nimh v.veet life il lust!
How nnuh is hla-k and titter with the trust
That might I sw,'et with the sweet sun
If men could nnl know that tln'V are one!
Rut it will rise, love's hero world, at last.
The joy world wreathed with freedom and heart
The world love sheltered from tbe wolfish law
Of ripping tooth and clutching claw.
H comes! The liih inbrothering of men,
Tl.e new earth seen by John of Patmoa, when
The comrade diuain was on bis mighty heart.
I see the anarchs of the pit depart.
Tie greeds, the f'-ara, the hate.
The c-jrnal wild haired fates
That sunder, bruise and mar
The brothers on this star.
o woild, rejoice with me
For the joy tliat ii to be.
When lar aa the Lright arch of heaven extends
The world of men shall be a world of friends I
Kdwin Markham in Comrade For Oc-totr.
A Lesson In Washing;.
Pliny the Great could see things in
front of his nose as well as afar off.
"I notice that ti e women rub the wash
ing in cold water." he wrote one day.
"Let them beat the water, and the al
kali in the soap will lc freed and take
far better effect." And only after that
did women know bow to wash.
CbiraK" t rin and Produce.
Chicaco. Nov. 7.
Following were the uuotations on the
Doarcl of Traile today:
Vhat Open. High. low. Close.
November J $ .72,i
Di-ceiiibc r ... .7lT8 .71 .'-'n
May 71 .76SS 74' .7UV,
December ... ..': .."! .in"
May till a ., .61 hk .6-'.
May nsi .Si4 .-Sg .3U
December ... ""'i .3fcx4
Jiav y--s .-'rs
January H.Sn U.!.' 14.8.". 14.91'.
May 14.97'i 13.10 14.U.1 li.OT1
Novfinber ... ..47'; tr.47'- S.4;'i 8.4Jt
January S.f.0 S.47- fc.623
May a.tio b.67'.! S.623 o.37'3
November January 7.63 7.70 7.b-l2 7.70
May . . 7.S0 7.S'-,Vi 7.75 7.hJ
Produce: Btter Kxtra creamery. 1'1'jc
per lb; extra dairy. 18rtlfW packing
stiH k. fresh. 124;c. Kks;s 1- resh flock,
il'iill'-io per loz. Live Poultry ChicU
crs. lifciis. 7!ci7'-c per lb: spring, fc'i
S-c; ducks, he: turkeys. 7 ?tsVi:c:. Ap
pls New. $.l.C0)(o.(0 per b'ol. Potatoes
Crtfrt.'.c per bu. Cranberries Cape
Ci.d. JS.cOfati.GO per bbl; bell and bus'.e,
( liicugo Live stock.
ChicaKo. Nov. 7.
Cattle Ki-timatc-d receipt's for the day
S,i;u0: quotations ranged at $6.L'3d 6.85
for choice to extra steers. $.".6oi 6.20 for
good to choice do.. $3.005.6," for fail
to good co.. $I.C5Sf 4.9l common to me
dium do.. J4.00'?i4.5O for butchers' fleers.
$4.0'J fi.."i0 fed western Meers, tl'.IIOtfi 4."0
Mockers and feeders, tl.-i'ir 4.M cows.
$.'.50'fi4.7.". heifers. JJ.OO'gi 4.50 bulls and
oxen. 4.00i'i r..'.5 stags. $a.20iff4.23 Texas
slers. Z.t7,'t .1.30 grass western Steers,
anc. Jl.ii Ai ii. IO veal calves.
Sheep ai.d Lambs Estimated recipts
for the lay, 18.000: quotations ranged
at Xi.'cd'a a.o westerns. l2.MO4t4.10 na
tives. $.:.00'u 1.73 western lambs, and
S2.73Jf4.80 native lambs.
Hokh Kstimatod receipts for the day.
:'.l.u0U: quotations ranged at J4.2o'&5.4r
for pigs. 3.40(r3.82t for light. 3.40U
3.33 for rough packing. $".30'&6.0n for
mixed, and J3.60tfi6.0i lor heavy park
ing and shipping lots; bulk of the sales
at $.i.63(& 3.83.
Kn'.l Biiftalo Live Mock.
East Buffalo, X. Y.. Nov 7.
Dumting fc Stevens. Live Stock Com
mission Merchants, East Buffalo. N. Y..
quote as foliovs:Cattle Receipts three
cars: market quiet and unchanged from
Monday's prices. Hogs Receipts 18
cars: market opened excited and high
er; closed lOfilae lower: Yorkers early.
$.9.Vti6.r.": closing. J5.S0faj.95; mixed
and mediums and heavy, early. Jti.CO'f
6.23. closing $C.O".ifi.lO: pigs, early. $5.70
""t.515. dos-ed. $3.50,a3.oo: roughs. $3.25U"
",.15: Mags. $4.501.4.75. Sheep and Lainbs
ICeceipts. 13 cars: iambs firm: tops.
J4.8uix4.90; others. J1.30(& 5.75: sheep
Strong, top mixed. JX50.75; culls to
itood. $2.00tt 3.40: wethers and yearlings,
U I.ouls Orain.
St. Louis. Nov. 7.
Wheat Higher; No. 2 red cash eleva
tor. 72SC: track. 7Jai7Uc: December.
72vi : May. 76Te; No. 2 hard. 71H(a 72e.
Corn Higher: No. 2 cash. 61ic; track.
62Uf 2c:s December. 6G,c; May, ti2Tic.
OatsHigiier: No. 2 cash. 40c: track.
40S'U4Oc: May. 42c: No. 2 white. 41?i
SiiZc. Hye Firm: SSc.
Milwaukee, Nov. 7.
Wheat Higher: No. 1 northern. 72c;
No. 2 northern. 70Vs71c: Lc'cember.
727 . Rye Firm; No. 1. 56tf66Uc
Barley;Steady; No. 2, 6859c; eample,
4359c. Oats Higher; No. 2 white.
lV-je. Cojn December, 594c
Oorn Old 6-'o; new B-o. .
Hay Tlniotny, 114 prslrls. lit
Coal-13 per too. '
Huiver Cholos to tslr, 19 j; trsan sreuBery,
tut io- .
HeDS-eso per pouaa.
Spring Chiosens 7o per pound.
Ctti Butchers pay for eoni fed steers
4Vseaaxe; eowi and half srs, loG4e; ealTea
Spring Lambs li60G4 a bead.
RkBTS of Crabs end Lobsters.
Crabs and lobsters are hatched- from
eggs, resembling upon birth nothing so
much as the animalcuhe shown by tbe
microscope in a drop of ditch water.
They are as unlike the shclltish they
are to become In mature life as a grub
Is unlike a butterfly. In tlio case of
the crab the eg;; clusters uiv attached
beneath the animal after extrusion,
while with the lobster they liecoine
fastened to the tail, which, by its fan
ning mot'on. increases tho stream of
oxygenated air through and among the
If you have neuralgia, Scott's
emulsion of cod-liver oil will
feed the nerve that is crying
for food it is hungry and
set your whole body going
again, in a way to satisfy nerve
and brain with your usud food.
That is cure.
If you are nervous and irri
table, you may only need more
fat to cushion your nerves
you are probably thin and
Scott's emulsion of cod-liver
oil will give you the fat, tc
Cure, so far as it goes. Full
cure is getting the fat you
need from usual food, and
Scott's emulsion will help you
We'll send you a little to try, U you like.
SCOTT & BOWSE, 400. pearl street. New York
Anything the Matter with Your Eyes?
Have You Catarrh in Any Form? Are You Deaf, or
Have You Ringii in Your Ears. If so
Read the Following.
We have recently added to our In
firmary a new department for the
special treatment and cure of all dis
eases of the eye, ear, nose and throat,
ibis department is under the able
management of one of the most skill
ed and scientific cxprts upon diseases
if tin eve. car. nose and throat west
of New York City. He lias no peers,
and but few equals. If you have
crossed eyes, irannlated lids, inilam
mation of the eyes, ulceration of the
eyes, scum, film or cataract, failing
sight, eyes blur or water, or smv
afflict ioii of the eye, CONSULT THE
ONLY EXPERT. 1)1!. J. A. MILL1CAN.
of Chicago, who is now associated
with Dr. J. Alvin Home, who can
cure your eyes to stay cured, and will
remove vour cataract or straighten
j your eyes without the use of the
knife. If you have catarrh of the
nose, throat or ears, or deafness
from any cause, consult this eminent
gentleman and expert, who will gie
ou his candid opinion about your
case, and if curable he will kindly
tell you so and advise you agaiust
J. ALVIN HORNE, M. D.,
And Associate Physicia.ns.
.1 I Tl 1. 1.1
Booms 49. 50.
51. 53. 54 and 55,
and. Hours: 9 to 12, 2 to 5 and 7 to
Health, Strength and Vigor.
Can be oars l.y coi.sultlDg UK. WALSH, the celebrated
S statist la Chronic,
TKE4TINO CONSUMPTION WITH Til K I.4It(JK3T X-Ril MACHINE
IN THE COVNIHY. CONsULTA VION ANO X-KAY EXAMINATION FKEB.
tiril Our special sysUni of treatment will cure yoa of Nervous Debility,
IllCri Threatened Ineanitv- l-i?s of Will Power. Exhaustive Drains, Sleep
lessness. Lost Manhood. Defective Memory, Stricture, Syphilis and all Blood
and Kidney Diseases.
Varicocele is a frequent csuse of nervous and physical decline. Why
treat months with others when we can positively cure yoa in fr in one to
experience has made Dr. Walsh a master of this method of coring chrome
diseases. Electric' ty is the most powerful curative agent known in all
DISEASES PECULIAR. 3 O WOMEN. Catarrh. Nervous Exhaustion, Rbeama
tisni. Neuralgia Paralysis, C jnstipation, Nervous Dyspepsia, JJackacte,
Headache, Palpitation of tbe lieart, Etc.
XRVY work Is best done with large Static Machines. The ordinary X--ilrtl
Kay Machines have from four to eight plates at the most. The
X-Rjs they produce are too wealc to succestf oily treat disesse or show the Internal organs.
Such machines are only toys compared to ours, svhienbas 84 large pistes. We invite com
parison. Remember we cure when others fail.
Only curable cases taken. If you esncot call write. Hundreds cured by trail.
HOCKS 8 to 13 a. m., 2 to 5 p. m., Sundays 11:30 to 1:30 p. m.
Office: McCnllonch Butlctlor. 1S4V West Third Strett,
J. M. BUFORD
The old Fire and
-liales as low as any
can afford. Your
patronage is so
licited. Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co., - Newark, X. .1.
Traders Ins. Co., - - Chicago. 111.
Union Ins. Co.. - Philadelphia, Pa.
Kockford Ins. Co., - ItocKford, 111.
Security Ins. Co., - New naven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of 111. - Kockford, 111.
Oftico, lioom :;, lUiford block. Kates
as low as consistent with security.
JOHN VOLK & CO..
Also Manufacturers of
Sash, Doors, Klimls and Mouldings;
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
ing of All Kinds.
Single and Double Strength Window
Glass. Polished Plate, Koveled
Plate and Art Glass.
311-32'J EIGHTEENTH STKEET,
spending money for useless treat
ment. GLASSES FITTED FREE OF
CHARGE. CONSULTATION, EXAM
INATION AND ADVICE A KSO LUTE
X-RVY EXAMINATIONS WILL
P.E GIVEN ADSOLUTELY FREE FOR
Call on or address
Mitchell & Lynae Buuainp, lw As.-
S p. m
Sundays, 9 to 11 a in.
Nervous and Private OIeasS of Uoth Sexes
. . 7TT
:t.-'J A 1 ' ir-4 A I
ii nature's lerucdy. When Ecientiuca'ly applied it
sooths, f-treninhens and invigorates Twenty years'
M CASKKIN ct M'CASKKLN,
Attorneys at Iav.
Kock Island and Milan. Kock Is
land oliice in Bcngstoii Klock. Milan
office on Main street.
II. C. Connelly. B. D. Connelly.
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned. Office over Thomas
drug store; corner of Second avenue
and Seventeenth street.
JACKSON & HUKST,
Attorneys at Law.
Office in Kock Island National
V. L Ludolpb. Kobert It. Keynolds.
LUDOLPH fc KEYNOLDS,
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General legal busi
ness. Notary public. 1703 Second
avenue, Kuford block.
E. D. Sweeney. C. L. Walker.
SWEENEY ct WAL1CEK,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office iu Kengston block.
C. J. Searle. C. II. Maj-shall.
SEA RLE & MARSHALL,
Money to loan on good real estate
security. Mitchell ct Lyudc block,
Kock Island, Illinois.
M EX1KY & M'ENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on good security;
make collections. Reference, Mitch
ell ct Lynde. bankers. Office, Mitchell
& Lvnde building.
JAMES F. MURPHY,
Attorney at Law.
Office room 12, Mitchell ct Lyndo
JOHN K. SCOTT,
City attorney of Rock Island.
Room 1, Mitchell ct Lyndo building.
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
Special attention to diseases of
women and children, also diseases of
eye, car, nose and throat. Office
hours 'J:li0 to 12 a. in.. 1 to 4 p. in.
321 Sixteenth street, Rock Island.
N. M. MOORE, M. D.
nours 10:00 to 11:00 a. m., 2:00 to
4:00 and after 7:00 p. in.
Oculist and Aurist.
Entire attention given to ce, cur,
nose and throat. Hours 9 to 12 a. in.,
1 to 5 p. m. Sunday 9 to 11. Phone
5034. Mitchell ct Lynde building,
DR. S. II. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
AH diseases of horses and cattle
treated on approved principles, Sur
gical operations performed in a sci
entific manner. Dogs treated. All
calls promptly attended to. Office
and infirmary, Frick's livery barn.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms over tbe Host on Shoe Store.
Office hours from 8 to 12 u. m. and 1
to C p. in.
J. T. TAYLOR,
Office hours S:30 to 12 . ni., 1:30 to
5:00 p. in. 210"!: Eighteenth street.
Opposite Union office. Telephone
DRACK & KERNS,
Architects and Superintendents.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cut Flowers and Designs of all
kinds. City store, 1807 Second avenue.
Come and see my Urge line of horse
blankets and covers Sample goods,
and am selling them a little above
manufacturer s prices. It will pay
you to investigate.
SSO Market Squaw.