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TIIE ARGUS, MONDAY, OVEMJIEB 10, 1902.
TDI TBATEUR8' OUIDK.
CHICAGO. BOCK ISLAND
A Pacific Railway Ticket
eaa t be purchased at uity
Ticket offloo, 1813 Second ave
nue, or C, R. 1 4P. depot
Fifth avenue foot Of Thirty-
Feorla branch depot, foot of
Twentieth street. Frank H. Mummer. C. P. A.
vmAINS. 1 ast. I WEST
Gotden State limited
Denver Limited & Omaha.
Ft. Worth. DenTer K. C.
Davenport A Chicago
fOmaha A Minneapolis. ...
Colorado A Omaha
Des Molncs A Omaha
Denver, Us coin A Omaha.
Pes Moines Express
Si. Paul A Minneapolis .
Denver, Ft. Worth 4K.C
IK ansas Cit v, S t Joe A Calif .
it 0:! ft m It 12:01 am
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It firCO am VrtO pa
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18:5 am t 8:25 am
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It S-1S nml fl'S2 s.m
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B:1S am tl0-.30 Dm
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I Roc It Island A Washington
Chicago A DeaMoloes
Rook Island A Brooklyn Ac
lx pm r s:z3 pm
t 2:15 pm t 8:J pm
nm I 7 -1 0 am
tOmaha A Rock Island . . .
Kl Paso A San Francisco.
jOaar Rplds. Tipton ....
6:45 pm t B:t6 am
t 8:00 pro tl2:4a pm
amiT :a pm
nnmr 1RT.AND AND PEORIA DIVISION
Trains leave Twentieth streefretatlon Main
line trains start from main depot on Fifth
avenue 6 minutes m advance 01 tune given.
8:10 am 0 40 pm
1:45 pm 5:55 pm
Ji:?0 am 14:55 pm
il:30 pm JJ:20 prx
j3: 45 am
Peoria, Springfield, St. U
T.ian.nnll. rSnl nn fkt.1
Peoria, Springfield. Indian
lngton, St. Louis.
Peoria. Indianapolis, Cin
Kjmviv -1 VJ-t.'.." . . . -
Uauie & rnerrru avwiu.
Cable A Sherrard Ac com.
Arrival. tDenarture tDaily. except Sun
day. Phone West 1063, West 1138, West 1433.
CHICAGO. BURLINGTON A
Ouincv Depot Second
avenue and Twentieth street.
M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
FRANK A. HART.
86:50 am o:35 am
t:60 am t6:3S am
t2:50pm tl2:Il pm
s7:2S pm 7:10 pm
t7:25pm t7:10 pm
tti:3am t8:20 pm
87:40 pm fl:25 am
t700 am tT:00 pm
8-7:00 am -7:00 pm
St. Louis, Springfield.
Galesburg, Peoria and
Sterling, Mendota and
Peoria, Beardstowa, Bur
lington, Denver and
Bt. Louie. Kansas City,
Denver and Pacific
Bterllng and points In
termediate East Mollne (suburban) ..
Dubuque, Clinton, La
Crosse, t t Paul, oUnn.
and N. W
Clinton, Duouq.ue, and
Olio ton and Intermediate
s Stop at ock Island 15 minutes for meals.
Dally. tDaily except Suuaay.
rlHIC AGO, MILWAUKEE
I m. c . r) . . t ti 1 1 ,
L"r3r R. L A N. W. passenger sta
ir Vi'AnXtzl tko at foot of seventeenth
TluC 2,,l street. George W. Wuod,
Ctrtrt mpent- The trains for Du-
tmque and points north rus
via Illinois side of river
Trains -for Freeport and Milwaukee will run
via Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
All trains will connect at Savanna for point
east and west.
Tit AIMS. I.UTI I ABBIVS
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger 70 am 11:40 am
Accommodation 10:15 am 11:15 am
Dubuque and bt. Paul Pas
senger 4:00 pm 9:15 pm
Milwaukee Express 70 am 9:15 pre
Freeport Wxpresa 4:'5 pm 11:40 am
All trains dally except Sunday
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ACME PACKKT CO. Daily line to Clinton
and all points between.
Steamer CITY OF WINONA
Every afternoon at 3:15.
i. K. JOHNSTON. Agent.
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET CO. For Mus
catine. New Boston, Kelthsburg, Oquaw
xa ana uurunpon.
The steamer HELEN BLAIR
Every Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 4
One - Way Tickets
Round-trip tickets good for 21 days
will be sold on the first snd third
Tuesdays of every month to Nebraska,
South Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado,
Utah, and many other States at
with $2.00 added.
On the same days we will sell One
Way tickets at practically half the
regular rates to Nebraska, Kansas,
Colorado, South Dakota, Wyoming,
Southwest Missouri, New Mexico, Okla
homa, Arkansas, Indian Territory,
Texas and Louisiana.
Call or write for particulars.
FRANK A. HART. Pass'r Agent C. B. A 0. Depot
660 ... Jslephsos 1180.--w-t. i ---a
JOHN VOLK & CO.,
Also Manufacturers of .Basil, Doors,
- BUnds and - Mouldings, Ve
neered and Hard Wood
Flooring of All Kinds.
Single and Double .Strength. Window
Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
311-329 EIGHTEENTH BTBEET,
fluttering or irregular pulsa
tions are an indication of weak
ness of the nerves or muscles
of the heart. A weakness long
continued produces deformity
and organic disease. If your
heart acHon is weak, make it
strong. Build up the muscles,
and strengthen the nerves with
the greatest of all heart reme
dies, Dr. Miles' Heart Cure.
"The least exertion or excite
ment caused my heart to throb
and pound and I had smothering
ppells, pain and palpitation.
Three bottles of Dr. Miles' Heart
Cure overcame all these disturb
ances and made me well."
Hks. J. A. Cotjts, ' ' ' ""'
Upper Sandusky, Ohio.
quiets the nervous heart, regu
lates its pulsations and builds
up its strength as nothing else
can. Sold by druggists on a
Dr. Uiles Hcdical Co., Elkhart, IodL
F FOR.. THE
If yon havent a regular, healthy movement of the
bo we t e vTjr day. yon' ro ill or w 111 bo. Kevp yoor
rowcis open, and be well. Forre, In the shape of
violent phyeie or pill poison, is dangerous. The
amoothsnt. easiest, most perfect way of keeping
the bomls cktr and clean is to take
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Pleanant. Palatable. Potent. Trata Oood. Io
Oool, Never Sickn. Weaken or Gripe; 10, and
SO cents per box. Write for free sample, ad book
lot on health. Address 433
Starling Remedy Company, Chicago r New YorV..
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAH
Blaster's 81 -
E B- Gujer, Attorney.
State of IU'ioIs. i
Rock Island County, (
In the Cireuit Court of said county. In chan
cery, .b'oreclosure. No. Suuo
Rock Island Mutual BuPd'ng Loan & Savings
Je's Jessrn and Anna Jessen.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
deeree of said Court entered in the above en
titled cause, on the 2-'d day of Octo
ber. A. D.. 190-2, I shall, on Saturday, the
Twenty ninth day of November, a. D., liio-i,
at the boor of two o'oiock in the after
noon, at the north door of tbei Court House,
in the City of Kock Inland. In said County
of Kock Island, to satisfy said decree, sell at
public vendue to the highest bidder for
ca.sh in hand, that certain porcel of land
situate in the County of Kock Island, and
state of Illinois, known and described as
Heglnniae on the east lUe of Forty-fourth
stree. in the oity of hock Island, at a point
eight hundred and ninety s z (bV6) feet north
of tneno-th Jl-e of K'Khteenih avenue (18th
avenue) in said rity: tbence run east, one
bjedred a d twenty (IU) fee: tneece north
forty-r.bren (43) feet: tbence west to the east
line of ad Forty fourth stree ; thene souta
l our the east iioe of said street to the place
of beKlnninff: being a part of the southeast
quarter (f) of the northwest quarter (') of
aeetion to six (G) in toanf-bip no. seventeen
(17) north range No. one (1) west of the
fourth P M
Dated at Mollne. I linois, this fourth day of
November, A. 1 . 1902.
W. J. Entbikin,
Matter In Chancery, Bock Island County. 111.
E. H Udtib, Complainant's Solicitor.
Estate of Julius Ooetz, deceased
The undersigned having been appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Julius Ooetz,
lae of the county of Rock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased hereby gives notice
teat be will appear before the county court
of Kock Island county at the county court
room, in the city of Rock Island, at the Janu
ary term, on the first Mooay in January next,
at which time all persona htvingclsitrsagalost
said estate are notilied and requested to at
tend, for the purpose of having the same
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
juestedto make Immediate payment to tic
Dated this 80th day of Ootobe-, A. D 1902.
Joseph Gkigbu, Administrator.
SAWED BUILDING STONE,
ASILLAE AND TRIMMINGS
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color
the.' wall with alkili, etc.
Plans sent lis for estimates
will receive careful attention
and be. returned promptly at -our
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C, B. & Q. K. K.
Trains Nos. 5 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
BKTDGE STONE, CORN CRIB
BLOCKS AND FOUNDATION
STONE, ANY SIZE DESIRED.
Sample of stone and photos
of buildings can be seen at
Room No. 12, Mitchell &
Lynde's building. Address: .
ARTHUR BURRALL, Manager.
Roek Island or Colona. HL
All the news all the time The
'At "the ripe old ape of 92 years,
Wednesday night, at her home three
ru-ilett north of Long Grove, occurred
the death of Mrs. Katherine Ague.
The remains were taken to Colona.
111., Friday noon, for interment, ac
companied by surviving relatives.
'After a long- illness, in which great
suffering' was patiently endured,
death came to the relief of Mary Eliz
abeth Vander Veer, at 8 o'clock Sat
urday morning;. Mrs. Vander Veer
van born in Warwick, Orange county,
X. Y., about seventy-three years ago,
lui Mary Elizabeth Wisner, the only
daughter in a family of eight chil
dren. She was married there to W.
T. Vander Veer in 1806. Immediately
afterward they came to this county,
living on their farm until 1S69, am1
then moving into the city. Mr. Van
der Veer's death occurred in 1SS7.
Mrs. Vander Veer is survived by three
brothers, Richard and James, of War
wick, X. Y., and Jeffrey Amherst Wis
ner, of Brooklyn, X'i Y., and by her
stepson, A. W. Vander Veer, of this
city, to whom her death is a real be
reavement. The funeral was private,
thort services being held at the home.
Perry street and Kirkwood boulevard,
at 9 o'clock yesterday morning. Dr.
J. B. Donaldson officiating. The re
mains were accompanied to the old
home at Warwick by Mr. Vander Veer
and Miss Wisner, and the burial will
take place there tomorrow.
At her home at Hancock avenue, in
the western part of the city, at 3
o'clock Saturday morning-, occurred
the death of Mrs. Anna, M. Wilkens.
wife of Claus Wilkens, after a long
illness front cancer. t The deceased
was a native of Germany and was 5S
years of age. Beside her husband
there survive six children, as follows:
Mrs. Margaretta Xelson, Heinrich
Wilkens, Mrs. Emma Schennico, Carl
Wilkens, Fred Wilkens and Lena Wil
Kens. The funeral was . held at 2
o'clock this afternoon from the lat
residence on Hancock avenue, with in
terment at Fairmount cemetery,
It is talked about in police circles
that ex-Chief Frank Kesslcr and ex
Night Captain Charles Falkuer have
decided to open a detective agency in
the city. Both gentlemen have ample
experience and goon records as thief
takers. The location of their office is
not given out.
The West Davenport Maennerchor
held its annual meeting at Killers
hall Friday evening and elected the
following officers for the ensuing
year: President, ,lohn Sclinack; sec
retary, .luhn Basel; treasurer, Wil
liam Killers; cashier. Henry Bracken;
director, Fritz Wernentin.
The republicans elected their entire
township ticket in Davenport town
ship. The officers-elect are as fol
lows: Assessor, Charles Incze; trus
tee, H. X. Clay; clerk, C. Messer; jus
tices of the peace, H. G. Willets and
Clarence Barr; constables, 1J. Kuehl
and Kmil Hansen.
Mrs. Nellie 15. Picper has commenc
ed an action in divorce against her
husband. Otto B. Picper. whom she
charges with being cruel and inhu
man in his conduct toward her. No
tice of the action was served upon tho
defendant Friday. The plaintiff will
pray for a decree to issue and ask ali-
Are you losing, flesh? If
sc, better consult your doctor
at once. He will tell you the
cause. We can provide the
remedy, which is Scott's
Emulsion of cod-liveroil.
We have known persons to
gain a pound a day, by taking
an ounce of the Emulsion.
A young woman in Batavia
writes us she had lost twenty
five pounds in three months,
and her lungs were seriously
affected. She took three bot
tles of Scott's Emulsion and
gained fifteen pounds, and
was able to resume . her work
It will cure consumption in
the early stages. It is a re
markable flesh producer.
Send for Free Sample.
aCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, 4"9 Perl St- N' V
Give yourself a chance to make mon
ev. Complete courne in Shorthand
t&. Six months to learn. Costs only
a stamp to investigate. Address, in
EngliKh or German. A. E. f ..pir
MUTH. Illwmnkee. Wf-
Genuine stamped C C C Never sold la balk.
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
"something jost as food."
Mi llli i H i PraarWta
mony with the custody of her minor
son, Mark M. Pieper.
Miss Marion Tripp, formerly an in
structor here in. Davenport, now of
Neillsville, Wis., i9 visiting Mr. and
Mrs. E. S. Crossett.
Judge Bollinger Saturdaj' decided
the now celebrated case of J. A. Le
Claire vs. Dr. Pinekney, the owner of
Lawrence C, in which the plaintiff
sought to attach the part of the
purse won by Lawrence C. at the re
cent trotting meeting here. Justice
Hall decided that the money won by
the horse and its owner and driver
was exempt from personal earnings,
holding that the contention that
horse racing was gambling and the
money therefore attachable was not
good law. The case went up to Judge
Bollinger and was argued before him
on the additional ground that the
winnings of the horse was in the na
ture of profits on capital invested in
the shape of the entrance fee, and
was therefore not exempt. Judge
Bollinger decides the appeal in favor
of Dr. Pinekney, and gives his opinion
that the entrance fee is not an invest
ment, but is merely one of the ex
penses incidental to keeping a horse
for racing purposes, the same as feed,
harness, etc. The purse, says the
judge, is offered as a reward for the
horse and its driver who are capable
of winning it, and in this case would
be exempt, as the single horse owned
by Pinekney was unquestionably ex
empt. LAFAYETTE IN AMERICA.
Incidents of (lie Noble French main's
lalt In 1S24.
Lafayette's arrival In America was
the signal for one prolonged, brilliant
Fourth of July celebration. The pupils
of the institutions throughout the coun
try were proruiucut participants in the
festivities in his honor.
A little Maryland girl who, after
much drilling, had mastered a poem
with which to greet him, beginning
Welcome, welcome, Lafayette,
Thee we never can forget,
was not permitted to get beyond the
second line of her recitation, the baby
lips being sealed at this point by an
effusive kiss from the enthusiastic
Of the complaisance which charac
terized him during his progress through
the states an old lady, now a resident
of Baltimore, who joined in singing
odes to him in Norfolk, Vu., gives the
"Locks of hair lustead of autographs
were then fashionable as souvenirs,
and as we passed in review before him
a little girl at my side ventured timidly
to say, 'General Lafayette,' will you
please give me a piece of your hair?'
In an instant the red wig was in his
hand, but the terrilied suppliant, to
whom he would have presented it,
thankful to escape with her own scalp,
had disappeared in the crowd."
The hero's personal appearance was
never, even in his palmiest days, his
strongest point, and with the added
pounds which had come with years, the
limp from the wound received during
the battle of the Brandywlne and,
above all, the disfiguring red wig, he
was scarcely a model of manly beauty.
'Walking- Tours For Aotoina.
Walking is an art, almost one of the
lost arts. It is astonishing how few
know how to walk know how to ac
quire the measured stride, the springy
step, the easy ioise of the body and
the swing of the arms which make
walking at once one of the most health
ful and enjoyable forms of physical ex
ercise. For the real pleasure of walk
ing one must turn to the country.
Tavements are but dead, unyielding
matter at best. In the turf of the coun
try there Is a spuing in response to the
pressure of the foot which is a delight
and an Inspiration In itself. The purity
of the air sets the blood to racing glo
riously. Good walkers find twenty
miles a day a comfortable average, al
lowing of plenty of time for rest and
"loafing." Two weeks thus spent will
afford memories to last for all time and
with them a measure of health -and
strength, a quickening of vital forces,
a nervous energy which will find ex
pression In Increased power for accom
plishment in the world's work. Coun
try Life In America.
Women and. Music.
Talmistry, graphology, phrenology,
even pedology and kindred sciences
which reveal or are said to reveal char
acter, are popular enough, particularly
among English speaking people. An
Englishman now seeks to show that a
woman's character may be Judged by
her fondness for the compositions of
the great musicians. For instance, a
passionate admiration for Beethoven's
music proves a faithful, reliable, capa
ble character. Lovers of Mendelssohn
are tender, with a certain disposition
toward melancholy, a delight in what
Byron calls "the ecstasy of woe." Prac
tical, methodical, excellent housewives
may be found among the followers of
Sebastian Bach. According to this ob
server Chopin enthusiasts are senti
mental, dreamy, romantic, while those
who show a fondness for old ballads
and simple music possess shy and re
tiring souls. Finally, be regards wo
men who are content with the every
day music of musical comedy as dolls
without head or heart.
Krw JLt Tear Kldaeys I
Dr. Hobbs' Bparajrna PillaewreaU sldm? IUb. fHm
Ufre. Add-Sieilins BelTC Chicago orii.ir.
John M. Gcisberger has departed
for Texas where he will remain for
several months in the hopes of bet
tering his health.
M rs. Charles Claspell entertained a
number of her lady friends Saturday
afternoon in honor of. her ninth wed
Mrs. Brown, of Elkhart, Ind., and
Miss Prue Collins, of Knoxville, Iowa,
have returned to their homes after
a brief visit with their sister,
Mrs. W. K. Sloan.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Allen depart
ed Saturday for Morrison, where they
remained until today, the occasion
calling them there being a little fam
ily gathering on the birthday of a
William Fayber, an employe of the
Moling Flow company, living at
Eleventh street, was injured in the
plow works Saturday by having a
plow drop on his foot. The great toe
on the right foot was practically sev
ered. Dr. Arp dressed the injury.
Friday afternoon a fine Irish set
ter dog, the property of Abe Stouf
fer, the contractor, was poisoned by
unknown parties. Mr. Stouffer prized
the dog highly, anil will give $23 re
ward for anyone furnishing informa
tion leading to the identity of the
miscreant who administered the poi
son. It is understood that several
dogs in the neighborhood have been
killed in this manner and the owners
are up in arms about the matter.
President C. K. White of the Moline
Business Men's assoeiotion has is
sued a call for a special meeting of
the association this evening at 7:30
at the association rooms above the
First Xational bank to take action on
the question of the representation at
the Quincy convention to discuss the
improvement of the upper Mississippi
river. This is to be held at Quincy
Nov. 12 and It is hoped that a big
attendance will be present. The city
council also meets in special session
this evening to take action on the
new filter plant and it is also hoped
that the city will also send a delegate.
The people of the Swedish Baptist
church have been trying for more
than a week to persuade their pas
tor. Bev. Uennet Krickson, to remain
with them, so greatly are they at
tached to him anil so much have they
appreeiated his services. His resig
nation is to take effect Feb. 1, next,
and he goes to (irove City, Minn.
Grove City was his home before he
entered the ministry, and the people
there want him to return and become
their pastor. He has been in Moline
four and one-half years, and though
this has lwen his first pastorate, he
has shown himself to be a preacher
of ability and withal a pastor vh
pays the closest and most satisfac
tory attention to all his pastoral du
ties in aiul out m the pulpit.
Friday night at Industrial hall in
the lodge room the new local chapter
of the Knights of Columbus had its
installation of officers. The ceremo
nies were conducled by District Dep
uty W. J. McCullough. of Davenport,
assisted by Frank Balluff, also of
Davenport. Arrangements have been
made with the managers of Industrial
hall for the holding of the lodge meet
ings there, and the order will convene
there the first and third Fridavs of
each month for their business and so
cial sessions. The officers who were
installed were: Grand knight, F. W.
Bank; deputy grand knight, W. IJ.
Moore; financial secretary, C. Edward
Bold; recording secretary, J. C.
Schmid; treasurer, K. A. Pierr; lec
turer, II. W. Hank; chancellor,
Charles L. Grant; chaplain, Bev. J. S.
Kelly; advocate, Edward Coyne; war
den, Francis De Jaeger; outside
guard. Charles Quilty; inside guard
John II. Coburn; directors, H. T. Moss,
M. J. McEniry, Benjamin De Jaeger.
Most Rock Island Readers Realise What It
The constant, never-ceasing itchi
ness. Ever present with itching
piles. With eczema, with irritating
skin. It's every-day trouble in many
households. Doan's Ointment brings
relief and cure. Is endorsed by Rock
Mrs. F. Schindler, of 2021 Fifth
avenue, says: "I had an irritation of
the skin in a very aggravated form.
I saw Doan's Ointment advertised
and so highly recommended as a spe
cific for this complaint that I was
induced to get a box at the Harper
House drug store. The very first ap
plication gave me ' immediate relief,
and the continued use of this remedy
for a short time removed all traces of
the distressing complaint."
For sale by all dealers. Trice 50c.
Foster Milburn company, Buffalo, X.
Y'sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's, and
take no other.
Makes women feel graceful and wil
lowy. Keeps one from becoming
heavy and clumsy. That's what Rocky
Mountain Tea does. 35 cents. T. H.
StunvAc-0id3 possess a great deal
of merit, and cure aggravated cases of
sour 6tomach, heartburn, b3d taste,
foul breath, headache, irresu'ar bowel
movement, dyspepsia and indigestion.
50c Coated tablets. Pleasaat to take.
T. H. THOMAS, Leading Druggist.
J. M. BUFORD
The old Fire and
Rates as low as any
can afford. Your
patronage is so
licited. Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co.
Newark, N. J.
, . .Philadelphia, Pa.
.New Haven, Conn.
Traders Ins. Co.
Union Ins. Co.
Rockford Ins. Co.
Security Ins. Co.
Ins. Co. State of Illinois. Rockford, 111.
Office, room 3, Buford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
Winter Tourists' Rates
AND ALL INLAND
Gulf Coast Points
Big Four Route
Commencing Oct. 13, 1902. and con
tinuing until April 30, l'.io.'l, tickets
will be on sale from all points on the
"BIG FOUR ROUTE," good for return
passage until May 31, 1903.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF Till' LOW
BATES AND LONG RETURN
For full information and particu
lars as to rates, tickets, limits, etc.,
call on agents "Big Four Route," or
address the undersigned.
WARREX J. LYNCH,
Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
W. P. DKFPE,
Asst. G. P. & T. Agt.
ALLEN M. NYE, T. P. A., Peoria, III.
SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER TO
CALIFORNIA COMMON POINTS,
Granting; stop-overs at certain points.
SEPTEMBER 16, OCTOBER 7-21.
For full information inquire of
H. D. MACK,
Phone W. 1268. 210 Eighth St.
The Most Perfect
That Can Be Found Is
cures an kinds, of blood trouble, Livet
and Kidney trouble, Catarrah and Rheu
matism, by acting on the blood, liver and
kidneys, by purifying the blood, and con
tains medicines that pass ofi the im
purities. Tot 6Ue ncf Cuawaatccd Only By
HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY.
ROCK ISLAI1D SAVINGS BANK
Rock Island, 111.
Incorporated under the 3i Per Cent Interest Paid
State Law. G on Deposits
Mor.ey Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
OFFICERS . ..
J. M.3uford President.
John Crubaugh, Vice President.
P. Greenawalt, Cashier. .
Began the business July 2, 1890,
and occupying S. E. corner of Mitch
ell & Lynde's new building.
Pr-n-Poco inn o1 Powla
M'CASKRIN & M'CASKRIN,
Attorneys at Law.
Rock Island and Milan. Rock Is
land office in Bengston Block. ' Milan
office on Main street.
H. C. Connelly. B. D. Connelly.
CONNELLY & CONNELLY
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned. Office 17194 Second
JACKSON, HURST & STAFFORD,
Attorneys at Law.
Office in Rock Island National
W. L. Ludolph. Robert R. Reynolds.
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS,
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General legal busi
ness. Notary public. 1705 Second
avenue, Buford block.
E. D.'ISweeney. C. L. WalJter.
'SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office in Bengston block.
C. J. Searle. C. B. Marshall.
SEARLE & MARSHALL,
Money to loan on good real estate
security. Mitchell & Lynde block,
Rock Island, Illinois.
M. ENIRY & M'ENIUY,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on good security,
make collections. References, Mitch
ell & Lynde, bankers. Office, Mitchell
& Lynde building.
JAMES F. MURPHY,
Attorney at Law.
Office room, 12, Mitchell & Lyndo
WILLIAM M. WALKER,
Money to loan. General legal 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. Office
hours 9:30 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m.
321 Sixteenth street. Rock Island.""
N. M. MOORE, M. D.
Hours 10:00 to 11:00 a. m.,
4:00 and after 7:00 p. m.
Occulist and Aurist.
Entire attention given to eye, ear,
nose and throat. Hours, 9 to 12 a. in.,
1 to 5 p. m.; Sunday, 9 to 11. Phone
5054. New Illinois theatre, corner
Sixteenth street and Second avenue.
J. T. TAYLOR,
Office hours 8:30 to 12 m., 1:30 to
5:00 p. m. 2194 Eighteenth street.
Opposite Union office. Telephone
Architect and Superintendent.
Skinner block, second floor. Office
hours, 10 to 12 a. m., 4 to 5:30 p. m.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cut Fowers and Designs of all
kinds. City store, 1S07 Second avenue.
Estate of John Hlndercr, deceased. '
The undersigned naTing oeen appointed a.
mlcistrator ot tbe estate of John Hloderer.
late ot the county of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notlee that be
will appear before the county court of Rook
Island oouaty, at the county court room. In
the city of Rook Island, at the November
term, on the first . Monday In Norember
next, at which time all persons having
claims against said estate are notified and
requested to attend tor the purpose of bar
ing the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
Quested to make. Immediate payment to the
Dated this 19th day of September, A. D. 1MB.
Gbobxsk J. Hindbbsr. Administrator.
E. R. Cable, T. Greenawalt,
John Cxubaugh, Phil Mitchell,
H. P. Hull, L. Simon, ,
E. W. Hurst, J. M. Buford,
Solicitors Jackson snd Hurst.