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THE ATIGUS, TIIUKSDAY, JUNE 126, 1902.
Colorado is without any question the .
most delightful place in the world for
a summer outing, and now that we are
going to sell round trip tickets for less
than half price, and it takes only one
night on the road to get there from
Rock bland, no wonder everybody is
thinking of Colorado as a place to
spend their vacation.
We publish a hand-book of Colorado
which tells all about the hotels, board
ing houses and ranches. The prices
they charge for board, livery, guides,
etc. Will you not call or send to our
office for a copy? No charge.
We sell through tickets, reserve
sb-epinir car lerth. furnish map
and time tables, ami can nr
" liaps be of srrvloe in other ways.
Kindly write or call.
FRANK A. HART. Passenger Agent C. B. Q.
Depot Telephone 1 1 80.
' The age of miracles lias passed.
We know that everything' moves by
vhat the scientists call immutable
Jaws. Thev are unvarying- from ever-
;0 X-RAY EXAMINATION FREE
lasting. These laws rule alike the
heavenly spheres ami the actions and
lives of those living on those spheres.
Man is particularly susceptible to in
fractions of those laws and the tisu
al result is disease or injury or death.
It is a law if you overeat that you
will suffer. It is a law that if you
fall down in front of a moving train
you will suffer. And all of the dis
eases .that afflict mankind come from
the conscious or unconscious infrac
tion of some one of the laws that
jrovern the universe. These diseases
juay be heriditary or acquired. They
may be the result of law breaking
by home ancestor in the remote past.
For the "Sins of the Father Are Vis
ited Upon the Children even unto the
Third and Fourth Generation." But
if nature provides a penalty for the
infraction of the least of her laws
she has also provided a remedy. For
years I have made a careful study of
disease, its cause and effect. And I
have made a wonderful discovery.
1 have discovered that nature's
remedy for a very large number of
diseases is electricity. I use my
elecrodes upon the nerve centers of
the human system and nature does
the rest. If you are suffering from
any Female Weakness, have a tumor,
cancer or goitre, a victim of kidney
or liver troubles, consumption, loss
of energy, constipation a myriad of
diseases, come and see me. Consul
tation is free, and I can tell you
whether or not I can be of assistance
to you, or whether your disease is in
too advanced a stage for any assist
ance whatever. Do not delay. My
method of treatment is perfectly ra
tional and relief is almost instantan
eous. I guarantee a cure in all curable
cases and cure hundreds that others
J. ALVIN HORNE, M. D..
And Associate Ptivsiclan. Rooms 4, SO. R.
M. M and .VS. Mitchell ii Lrndf Hid., Rock
Island. Hours V to 12. 2 to & and 7 to 6. Sun
days 0 to 11 a. m.
Fstate of Mairdelln Klein, deceased
The undenlvned bavins; been appointed id
tDla'slrairlx of the estate of Magdelln. Klein
late of tb coudsv t f ftork Ilat d. state of Il
linois, deceased, hereby gives notJcn t bat she
wUl aopear before tbe county court of Rock
IsJscri countr at tbe county court room, iaibe
city of Rock Hand, at ibe August term on
tbe tint Monday In Auirunt next, at which
line all persons bavtrjr claims against said
estate are notified ar.d r quested to attend,
for tbe purpose of bavins; toe same adjusted
All peson Indebted to said estate re e--queated
to make Immediate payment to tbe
Dated this II it day of June A. D 5t!
Leva K r.is.
Is zn AatissDtis Healing Pcifer
Heals Cuts, wounds. Bums and Scalds
nUout scar. 25 cents. Druggists.
MISS DESMOKE. CHICAGO.
It quickly aradicatca all trace of scalp fcactatta
rhieh Is the cause of hair falling, dandruff and
baldness. KO SCALP CAN BE HEALTHY AND
NO HAIR CAN BE BEAUTIFUL WHEN
CONTAMINATED WITH THESE DISEASE
BREEDING CREATURES: they nndermlna the
hair and devour all the nutriment or life-sap of the
aralp. without which the a-alp dries up and peals
off. forming dandruff and causing the losa of hair.
DANDERINE IS THE ONLY REMEDY IN THE
WORLD THAT WILL DESTROY THESE
GERMS: it penetrates the sealp thoroughly. carry
tng with it all the neeessary properties to quickly
regenerate all the impoverished parts. It rebuilds
the feat tltiies of the scalp and renews ths growth of
the hair in every caac A few applications will make
the hair fairly sparkle with new life and vigor. It
makes healthy hair grow twice to three times ai fast
as it does normally. Three sizes
at all druggists. 25c, 50c and $ 1.00
per bottle. Be sure you get iia
genuine, made only by the Knowl
ton Danderlne Co.. Chicago, I1L
' We here show the microbe that
causes Dandruff, Itching, Hair "
lina and Baldness.
to show how quickly Panderlne
acts. '1 he Knowltou I;indtTlne t o.
fhlcae-o. will sriid a laree sample free by return
mall to anyone wno seuue us tins RareriiM-inoin
wita their name and address and 10 cents la
llver or stamps to pay ihjsUkc.
For sale by
W. II. MARSHALL. HARPER HOUSE
"Among all the instruments of the
renowned makers, here and abroad,
I to-day prefer the Weber, because
of its sympathetic tone quality."
i r EMMA CALVE.
Afrit J, igoo.
They cost a little more,
but they last a lifetime
Write for Catalogue
WEBER PIANO WAREROOMS
366 Wabash Ave.. CHICAG6
Chicago Dental Company
For You. .
If voti are in need of tlontal work
call on us before oinjf elsewhere as
we can save vou money. We use
nothing but the best of material and
our work is guaranteed to be lirst-
class in everv respect. If you are in
need of a set of teeth call and see our
thin elastic plate. We guarantee it
to tit in all cases and when all others
have failed. We never ask you more
than our prices leiow.
Platinum filling. . . ,
Gold fillings, $1 and up
(old crowns, 4 to 5 4.00
bet oi teetn, foand up.., S.VO
$15 set of teeth for 10.00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Orer Speidel'a Drug Store.
Dont Be Fooled!
Take the genuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madison Medi
cine Co., Madisoo, Wis. It
keeps you well. Our trade
mark cut on each package.
Price, 35 cents. Never sold
la bulk. Accept fie aubsti
MMnutuim tulc. Ask your druggist.
rase write us.
Nr nnnriiT. ill
SSS1 f ( aUtra THE PARENT
:cvV V UL MTC. INSTITUTE.
The 42x130 feet of ground situated
immediately eaut of the new lliix fac
tory on Fourth sstreet, between Kock
Island and Iowa streets, will be mi
proved this summer by the erection
thereon of an $3,000 flat building,
John Uouser, whose wife is heir to
Mrs. Cart wright, who passed nwnv
several years ago, intends to erect
such a structure on East Fourth
The German Village, which the Uos
tock-Ferari-Klks aggregation is con
ducting on lower Main street, has
complied with the mulct law by de
positing the $150 necessary, with the
county treasurer. the managers
were also asked to pay the govern
ment tax. which thev did.
the six embe..lement and con
spiracy casfs of the state vs. J. M
.Seal. M. L. Wilkin. W. II. Lynch and
of the state vs. Xeal and Wilkin have
lirru ordered erased from the court
calendar which thev have littered
since the early !0"s. The complain'
ing witness in the several cases was
Ihe Tri-City I'ackiiitr company. - The
chief witness, a bookkeeper for the
firm, suit-iiled shortly after the re
turn of the indictments, and there
fore the state ordered the cases nolle
Charles S. Warner, for eight years
employed in the .1. II. C. Petersen's
Sons store, has accepted a position
as traveling agent for the A. 1. Fied
ler i& Sons, of Chicago, with territory
covering Kansas, Missouri. Texas and
Oklahoma. He will sell dress trim
miiigs. Mr. Warner will enter upon
his duties Julv 1.
A quiet home wedding at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Pierce.
on Itrady street, yesterday, united
the lives ami fortunes of their
daughter. Nellie A., and 11. T. Kobb,
a former resident of this city. The
vows were pronounced by Itev. (I. S.
Kollins. the happy couple standing
before a bank of flowers in the par
lor of the home, surrounded by a
gathering of relatives and intimate
friends. A weddinir breakfast fol
lowed the ceremony, and Mr. and
Mrs. Kobb took the 1 o'clock train
for Chicago, for a short trip which
will precede their locating at War
saw, is., tor resilience.
Jlie entries for the 1 ri-t ity race
meeting at the Mile Track, which will
bo held the week after next, closed
Tuesday afternoon. The list is not
vet made public because the mail en
tries have not vet been made. Ihe
list of entries according to Secretary
Sears is a representative one, insur
ing the success of the meeting if the
weather 'only is propitious.
Sneak thieves were at work 1 ues-
Jav. A Mrs. Midot, residing near
Twelfth and Farnam streets, report
ed the loss of two valuable rings dur
ing the. afternoon. She left the house
on an errand at 4 o clock and re
turned less than an hour later. She
missed the rings and at once tiled the
complaint. The sneak thief has not
yet been captured. Another sad
case reported is that of a poor wash
erwoman, who lives on Second and
Taylor streets. She left the house
Tuesday afternoon to go after a bas
ket of clothes several squares away.
leaving the house alone. When she
returned her pocket book, containing
$1. .". all the money she had in the
world, was gone. She also notified
Herman Kroeger is lying at St.
Luke's hospital badly wounded as the
result of his disputing the right of
way with a C II. I. & V. locomotive.
It was learned that Kroeger had at
tempted to board a train and was
violently thrown to the cinder road
way tearing a gash in his scalp and
somewhat injuring his back. He will
never venture the eXerienoe again.
Luckily he escaped with his life.
t 5 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, at
the home of his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Adolph Dahuis, 1210 West Third
street, occurred the ileath of Kdwin
C. Dahms. in Ihe 21st year and 2d
month of his nge. The deceased was
A breath of Fine Balsam In every cake.
i f Iticvcle riders,
aTB I 111 B t-tl of outdoor
Ml I I B pom ho iuf.
VV A4 IcrlromrouRli,
red and chap-
able and give a
e to thelun
A Product of Perfect Purity p 11 d
M M A . . " from pure
I-UK RUUOH 5KIH. VV.
cated. it destroys disease germs, kcrps the pores open
ma n.iKcs me skin soil and velvety. o other soap
to effective for purifying and beautifying the complex
on. The only preventive of pimples and blackheads.
L'sc J by physicians for bath, sick room and nursery.
Uc jskjt u iMdtnr dnitf hm ir 3 uk. U a-nn
tc.ip4 at priea by LoADoa Kl'l-l-LT Co.. fj Crrsdwsy, N. Y.
A INESS AHD HEAD
Mb NOISES CURED
quickly at ham. by n laytsIM dasiea; h.lr. Mrs a glin
a! .m. Musi. M,i.iwtt. hIiwn brt. No pttu.
sif Wjuxhig. UsS ud IbSstsM by pbyst- F'm!
visas. Wmi.io K.HI'M nx,auii'wr,N.r. ICV'aiS
for tilastrai4 book ol s-mmmumI, ss mm llasalsi
For sale bj T. H Thomas. lso second
avenue. A. J Rless. Fourth arenue and Twen
ty ibird street Marshall. 828 Second avenue,
Uaimbeok, K4 Third avenue.
by dcofroyln th tsmi that ca? ferrawntatlni.
If you bay nyaftepal. Ilsdrllli. 4 oil. Dl-str-s-a.
ly.fitry, K hrammtliM. Osal,
Sar-als-lau Hstlstltstttoa of the Heart or Krnst-
tln. o( ftkla auk yourdrugglat for alsthoa-ea
or aond ua SI. 00 for 12 oa. rxutla vaaraaMXM M
rallcy, aaot prepaid. DeaulpUy book fr.
fclahnea Cttalcs! Co IIU 011 St Si. Uats, M.
born and reared in Davenport. He
studied at the Pharmaceutical college
in New York, graduating in May,
1901. For a time he was employed at
the Meisner drtig store on West Third
street. The survivors gre his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Dahms,
one brother. Dr. Oscar Dahms, and
one tuster. Miss Kdna Dahms. The
funeral was held this afternoon from
the parents' residence, 1210 West
Third street, at 3 o'clock, with inter
ment at the Fairmount cemetery.
At 10 o'clock jestreday morning,
at his home on Seventh and Farnam
streets, occurred the death of A. 15.
IJider, one of the most trusted freight
conductors of the C, IJ. I. & I. road,
in the 56th year of his age. The
tleceasetl was born in New York
state, anil since 1!S7- acted as a C, 11.
I. & 1. conductor, having a preferred
run on freight because of his faith
fulness to duty and his trustworthi
ness. He. whs actively employed upon
the road since 1S72 until January
of this year. The survivors are his
wife and five children, Ktta of Chica
go, t.eorge of Springfield, ()., and
May. Arnie and Charles Kider at
home. An aged mother, Julietta,
widowed since June 18, 1873, and one
brother, Ceorge Kider of this city
also mourn his loss. The deceased
was a member of Damon lodge. So.
10, K. of I.
Misas Itcrtha Kogers. of Port Kyron,
visited with friends in this city,
Clarence Stephens, of Denver, is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred lfosworth.
Through the efforts of Louis Lev
enson, representing the Amalgamat
ed Association of Clothing Cutters
and Trimmers, affiliated with the
I'nited (iarment Workers of America,
the strike of ."S girls at the Schaeffcr
Manufacturing company's shops, in
the building over the Moritz clothing
store on Second street, was settled
in a manner satisfactory to the em
ployes as well as to the firm. The
girls returned to work and were al
lowed the increase of wages they de
manded. The Schaeffcr company is
the one that makes the Lamb shirt
and the Home wrapper, and does a
large and constantly growing busi
With three fractured ribs and no
end of painful bruises, S. M. Key-
nolds, the well known hardware deal
er, is laid up at his home as the re
sult of an accident that occurred at
about (" o'clock last evening on
Twelfth and Main streets. Mr. Key
Uolds. his son and a driver were in
one of the company's delivery wag
ons on their way home. A decorated
automobile came dashing down the
street and the horses of the delivery
wagon took fright. The wagon was
overturned anil the occupants thrown
to the pavement. Mr. Keynolds was
thrown in such a manner that the
horse fell on top of him. His son
and the driver were not seriously
hurt, and they released Mr. Keynolds
from the perilous position in which
he was A'on fined.
This is Klk day at the carnival, and
the feature was the big parade at 2
o'clock this afternoon. It was head
ed by Mayor Decker and aldermen in
carriages, and participated in by a
number of societies aside from the
lodges of Klks from Davenport and
surrounding cities. P. W. McManus
was marshal of the procession. I'.x-
eursions were run by rail and steam
er, with the result that the city is
overflowing with visitors. There was
a great crowd out last night, all the
attractions being well patronized.
The decorations make a pretty show
at night when aided by the number
less varicolored electric lights. Three
prizes were awarded participants.
other than the queens, in yesterday's
floral parade, the first to Mrs. II. S.
Shricker, second to John Kagal and
third to Mrs. L. K. Fish, all Daven
port parties. It was agreed that
there should be no queen prizes, anil
therefore the judges did not give a
verdict as to .which of the three
made the finest appearance, although
Miss Hessie (iilmore, Uock Island's
representative, was generally con
ceded to have carried off the honors.
There is more catarrh in this sec
tion of the country than in all other
diseases put together, and until the
last few years was supposed to be
ncurable. For a great many years
doctors pronounced it a local dis
ease, and prescribed local remedies,
and by constantly failing to cure
with local treatment, pronounced it
incurable. Science has proven ca
tarrh to be a constitutional disease,
and, therefore, requires constitu
tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney
& Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only con
stitutional cure on the market. It is
taken internally in doses from 10
urops to -rt teaspoonful. It acts di
rectly on the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. They offer one
hundred dollars for any case it fails
to cure. Send for circulars and tes
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists. 73c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Energy all gone? Headache? Stom
ach out of order? Simply a case of
torpid liver. Ibirdock Itlood Hitters
will make a new man or woman of
It'a the well "pring of joy. The
center around which happy home life
centers. IJocky Mountain Tea. That
great family remedy , that; makes
home happy. T. II. Thomas phar
Andrew Hod i no, of this city, who
recently fell down stairs at Kokorao,
Ind., and dislocated his spine, is now
able to be around and has again as
sumed his duties at the sanitarium
at that place.
Miss' Margaret Dennett departed
yesterday for Chicago and after a
iay or two there will leave for Delle
Fourche, S. D to spend the summer
in the IJlack Hills country with her
Axel Lundeen and Miss Anna E. Fir
man, daughter of Jacob Firman of
3.")0 Fifteenth avenue, were married
at the parsonage of (irace Lutheran
church in Kock Island Tuesday
night at 8:30 o'clock by Kev. C. E.
Jloffsten. After the ceremony the
couple with a number of relatives
and intimate friends were served sup
per at the home of the bride's sister,
Mrs. Albert Yierich, -134 Seventeenth
Miss Louisa M. Darsel. daughter of
Mrs. Theresa Chase of 1544 Seventh
avenue, was married Tuesday evening
to Carl A. Johnson, the ceremony
taking place at the home of the
bride. At S o'clock the bridal party
took their station in the library un
der an arch of smilax and roses,
where Kev. V. V. Willard of the First
Congregational church pronounced
the solemn words. During this time
the Ideal orchestra was playing the
sweet strains of Lohengrin. It was a
pink and white wedding and the
double ring ceremony was used. The
attendants were Miss Lillian Darsel,
sister of the bride, and Henry John
son, .brother of the groom.
Crazed by drinK. and ierhaps with
out the slightest knowledge of what
she was doing, Mrs. Swanson, of 387
Eleventh street, set fire to the "loth
ing of her sleeping babe during Mon
day night, and the little one died
front the effect of the injuries yes
terday. The details are llie most
harrowing in the extreme. The mo
ther was taken to the hospital yes
terday by neighbors, her husband
having consented to her removal.
With the crazed mother in the police
ambulance was Mrs. (iustafson, a
neighbor, living at 314 Tenth street,
bearing tenderly the dying infant. A
pathetic scene was that within the
close confines of the vehicle of the
sick and maimed. The mother raved
to secure the child, but was restrain
ed from gaining possession of the
little one, whose life was fast ebbing
away. , Arrived at the hospital, the
woman was admitted, as a delirium
tremens patient, but the matron said
she could not take the child because
it would cry. Hack to the home Mrs.
(iustafson took the baby, and after
caring for it, she slipped over to her
own home to prepare dinner, prom
ising the father that she would re
turn and take care of the child until
it got well or died. She laid it on
the sofa anil tenderly covered the lit
tle form that was quivering with pain
from the terrible burns, and went
to her own home. She returned
within the hour, and upon uncovering
the child, she found that the spark
of life had flown the child was dead.
Mrs. K. A. Primrose, of Clinton, or
ganizer for the (irand International
Auxiliary of the Drotherhood of lo
comotive Engineers;- was in the city
yesterday afternoon to assist in the
first initiation work of AY. W. Wil
liams lodge, of Moline, which was or
ganized in the winter as a memorial
to one of the most popular of the
local engineers, who was ' struck
down in the wreck at Yictor, Iowa.
in January. Mrs. Williams will have
Mrs. Primrose as her guest and yes
terday the auxiliary entertained the
members of the local lodge of the
Olof Person, aired 4." sears, died
yesterday of grinders' consumption
at. the home of his brother. N'els
Person, of 1132 Thirteenth avenue
He came here only two weeks ago
from Kansas City. He leaves beside
his brother, Charles and N'els of this
city, three sisters in Sweden. Funer
al Friday afternoon from the resi
dence, 1132 Thirteenth avenue.
The foundry of the Moline Plow
company will be closed Saturday for
the season. It will bo a very short
shut down, not more than two weeks,
as the company has all the work on
hand it can handle, and the prosjH'ets
for the next year are that there will
be larger business than ever.
Coroner Eckhart held au inquest
this morning over the remains of
the chill, and the verdict was that
death had been due to burns inflicted
by a lamp in the hands of the mother.
Cuta, ltrasles snd Wurns Onlrkly H rated
Chamberlain's Pain Hal in is an an
tiseptic liniment, and when applied
to cuts, bruises and burns, causes
them to heal without maturation and
much more quickly than by the us
ual treatment. For sale by all drug
gists. Was Wsuttlnar Away.
The following letter from Robert
R. Watts, of Salem, Mo., is instruc
tive: "I have been troubled with kid
ney disease for the last five years. I
lost flesh and never felt well and doc
tored, with leading physicians and
tried all remedies suggested without
relief. Finally I tried Foley's Kidney
Cure, and less than two bottles com
pletely cured mc, and I am now
sound and well."
J. M. BUFORD
The old Fire and
Kates aa low as ay
can afford. Your
patronage is so
licited. Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co., - Newark, N. J.
Continental. ----- Xew York
Agricultural, ----- New York
Traders Ins. Co., - - Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co., - Philadelphia, Pa.
Rockford Ins. Co., - KocKford, 111.
Security Ins. Co., - New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of 111. - Iiockford, 111.
Office, Room 3, Bux'ord block. Rates
as low an consistent with security.
It's Quality That Counts
In Coal it's quality that makes
heat, it's quality that retains it, it
is quality that makes possible
consumption of 90 per cent of
the combustible part of it, leav
ing a light, clean ash; lastly, it's
quality that lessens your fuel
bills you're not paying for dirt,
refuse or unbumables. The coal
we handle both hard and soft de
serves all the good things we and
our patrons say for it. A ton will
talk as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZER
Rock Island & Peoria
Railway is the
To Points East, Southeast and
South, as Shown Below:
Lv Rock Lilacd H 05 am 1 45 pm
Ar Peoria 11 20 am 4 S3 pm
"Atlanta, 8 10 am 7 30 pm
" Bloomlngion, 111 1 25 pm 25 pm
CbampalKF, 111 2 40 pm 8 00 pm
" Cincinnati, 0 9 05 pm 7 10 am
' Decatur, HI 2 45 pm 9 C5 pm
" Evatsville, In 8 33 pm 8 05 am
v " Indianapolis, Ind.... 6 Oi pm 3 30 am
" Jacksonville, 111.... 3 45 pm 11 38 pm
jcksonville, Fla... 7 50 pm 7 50 am
i.oulsvt le, Ky...... II 10 pm 9 30 am
' Muncie, Ind 7 48 pm 5 55 am
Mobile, Ala 4 15 pm 2 55 am
" Memphis, Tenn 8 05 am 8 05 am
' Nashville, Tenn 12 45 am 9 05 am
" New Orleans, La 7 15 pm 7 15 pm
' Richmond, Va 3 30 pm 8 ?0 am
Springfield, 111 2 ?o pm 9 10 pm
" St. Louis. Mo 6 12 pm 7 16 am
" Tetre Haute. Ind... 5 30 pm 6 20 am
" Washington, D. C. .. 3 35 pm 8 47 am
An additional I'maaeuger Train leaves
Bock Island at 7:35 p. m. and reach S
Peoria at 10:30 p. in,
E. L. GOFF, Arent.
M. A. PATTERSON, G. P. A
To the Northwest
During the Summer
Jvist Whatt You Went
Write at once for particulars.
S. A. MATTHEW!. IV P. A . Chicago.
CHARLES S. FEK, U. P. A., Ht. Panl.
r"N rVJ-T- TOBACCO SPIT
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00 can dc corea or any lorm ot tobacco using
amlj-, be made well, strong, tnairnrtic, full of
new life and vigor by taking MO-TO-BAC.
that makes weak men strong. Many train
ieu pounds in ten Oavs. over OUO-OUO
cured. All druggists. Cure guaranteed. Book
let and advice FREE. Address STERLING
REMEDY CO- Chicago or New York. 437
WII J.OW BARK Po D?k-
TREATMENTphlne & Tobacco
Habits. Purely vegetaDie treatmtni;
has cured thousands; has injured none.
Incorporated under the laws ot Illi
nois. Established over twelve years.
WILLOW BARK CO.,
Write lor literature, DANVERS, ILL
Professional Cards. i
M'CASKUIN & M'CASKRIN,
Attorneys at Law.
Rock Island and Milan. Rock Is
land office in Beng-tton Block. "Milan
office on Main street.
II. C. Connelly. B. D. Connelly.
CONNELLY & CONNELLY
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned. Office over Thomas
drtifr store, corner of Second avenue
and Seventeenth street.
JACKSON, JIURST & STAFFORD,
Attorneys at Law.
Office in Rock Island National
T. L. Ludolph. Robert R. Reynolds.
LUDOLPII & REYNOLDS,
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General legal busi
ness. Notary public. 1703 Second
avenue, Buford block.
E. D. Sweeney. C. L. Walker.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office in Bengston block.
C. J. Searle. C. B. Marshall.
SEARLE & MARSHALL,
Money to loan on rood real estate
security. Mitchell & Lyndc block,
Jock Island, Illinois.
MEMRY & M'ENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on pood security,
make collections. References, Mitch
ell & Lyndc, bankers. Office, Mitchell
Sr. Lynde building".
JAMES 1 MURPHY,
Attorney at Law.
Office mom, 12, Mitchell & Lynde
WILLIAM M. WALKER,
Money to loan. General leg'al busi
ness. Notary public. Real estate,
insurance. 1714 Second avenue.
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
Special attention to diseases of
women and children, also diseases of
eye, ear, nose and throat. OjTice
hours 9:30 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4, p.; in.
321 Sixteenth street. Rock Island.
M. MOORE, M. D.
Hours 10:00 to 11:00 a. in., 2:00 to
4:00 and after 7:00 p. 111.
Occulist and Aurist.
Entire attention given to eye, car,
nose and throat. Hours 9 to 12 a. m.,
1 to 5 p. m. Sunday 9 to 11. Thone
5054. New Illinois theatre, corner
Sixteenth street and Second avenue.
Graduated from Royal Institute,
Stockholm, Sweden. Practical med
ical massage and baths. Specialty
for rheumatism, nervousness and
paralysis. Removed from Library
bldg., Moline, to 514 Brady St., Dav
enport, Iowa. Telephone No. 9511.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms over the Boston Shoe Store.
Office hours from 8 to 12 a. m. and 1
to 6 p. m.
J. T. TAYLOR,
Office hours S:30 to 12 m., 1:30 to
5:00 p. m. 219' Eighteenth ' street.
Opposite Union office. Telephone
DRACK & KERNS,
Architects and Superintendents.
Skinner Block. Second Floor.
Office hours F. M. Brack, 10 to 13
a. m., 4 to 5:30 p. in. George M.
Kerns, 2 to 4 p. m.
HENRY (JAETJE, Prop.
Cut Powers and Designs of all
kinds. City store, 1S07 Second avenue.
JOHN VOLK & CO..
Also Manufacturers of Sash, Doors,
Blinds and Mouldings, Ve
neered and Hard Wood
Flooring- of All Kinds.
Single and Double Strength Window
Glass, Tolished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
311-329 EIGHTEENTH STREET,