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ABGUR SATUltDAY, MAKCd 12,'lSW
a H Pr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
arcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
rarosoric, Props, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
itVr!M:i,lt Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
iniion f ,Iot hcrs Castria destroys "Worms and allays
Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
Diarrlm'a and "Wind Colic Castoria relieves
troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
(scoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
bowels giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria i the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
;s vi eiiri!it medicine for chll-
i-fK fcrf repeatedly told me of lt
fiftonaisthe wmy for children of
rpbJie - syrup anu wiucr rum
.Tif inroad iucicui umuaq
J. r. msruELOK,
" Castoria is so well adapted co children that
I recommend it as superior toany prescription
known to me."
E. A. AltCBKR, SL D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., lJrooklyn, K. T.
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practici) with Castoria,
and although we only hate among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
United Hospital ast Dispensart,
Aixxn C. Smith, Pret.,
The Centaur Company, TI Murray Street, New York City.
ronize Eome Industry and Protect the Labor of America'
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MERRICK'S SPOOL COTTON. -
' v . r r ean n-. and i equtlly well uia;teJ for Hand ind Machine
St'iviiig. For fdio, b
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XERFJCK THREAD CO., 205 Fifth Avenue, Chicago
it Factory :
The Leading Milliner,
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- - -n.,. enling, Flooring,
n: -a" in l;.
v.. -v : ":k ,f,r hollders.
Is rtreiving her Sj ring Goods
daily, and lier stocli is larger
and more replete tli m ever be
fore. Call and see it before yon
1709 Second Ave.,
E"A!rtnt for the Statcn Island dyin? rs-uiblUliment.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. . M. & L. j. PARKER,
EJT"First-c!ai work and.spicial attention to
RIXO CS t P,-
Telephon a No. 1214
The Rock Island
Is the best medium throueh
which to reach the ccuntry trade.
Advertisers should have their
announcements ready by Thurs
day morning to insue insertion
in the current -week's issue.
Notice It hereby liven, that the nnderaigned
ha beta appointed aaei?De of he Northern
Mining and Kailway company, and all Serenas
holding anv claim or claims igaiaat Mid The
NorthernMiniajr and Bailwar npur are hereby
notirled to present the sane to at under oath or
animation within three month t from fill date,
whether said claims ate due or not. All persons
Indebted to said assignor are n qneated to make
prompt payment of the same. v -
Dated March 1,
TBOHi 8 8. SILVt?,
PUr UP THEIR MEN.
Republicans Make a Showing in all
Wards Rut One Anyway.
Partirnlsr!)' Ukiwirmii ibe Third
and aKiirpt ise In the l oorili
Tiie Xomineio and .
The republicans of Rock Island had
their pow-wow8 In the several wards last
night. It was a bright moonlight night,
consequently the caucuses were all prettj
IN THE FniET WARD
E. H. Bowman. Jr., presided and E. B.
McKown was secretary. The programme
was cut and dried and curried out ac
cording to Hojle. Aid . C. F. Bladel was
renominated by acclamation and J. F.
McG.trvey, J. H. Gardner, J. B. War
nock, John hTol!ofI, A. C. Peterson, Wil
liam Reddig, Theodore Harder and Wil
liam CoDq:ieror were elected delegates to
Tuesday nighl'a city-township conven
tion with instructions to vote far August
C. Peterson (or assistant supervisor. The
caucus then adjourned.
In the second ward the proceedings
may be briefly told. C. F. Lycde was
chairman and B. A. Donaldson was sec
retary. J. A. Genung was nominated for
alderman by acclamation. The delegates
are: Albert Johnson, Adair Pleasants,
Samuel Meaner, John Hotter, J. A. Ge
nung, Daxiel Laffer, Charles Oberg, L
V. Eckbart, Adolph Nelson.
In the Third ward there was not a very
large attendance and an utter abseuce of
anything akin to sand. The little groups
that assembled before the hour set for
meeting talked in whispers, and Fickeu
scher'a friends didn't think the time was
ripe to spring him on the people. Capt
J. M, Montgomery and Ilenry JorJnn
were thought to be about what the doctor
ordered for the occasion, and the former
presided while the latter acted as secrc
tary. The otily list of delegates that was
in sight hd been distributed before-hand
and were chosen in silence, after which
someone in a dark corner moved to ad
journ uc'.il Monday evening, which was
agreed upon, and rieiieks-ly the little
b&Dd o! willing workers dispersed to
come together sgiin when it is hoped the
prjspects will have brightened. The fol
lowing were the delegates chosen: II.
Brockman, E. G. Ficbenscher. W. A.
Guthrie. F. C. Ilemenway, J. F. Yin
Home, F. HiiSnger and William liinch.
The feature of the
F0CR1H WARD CAUCU1
was the crushing blow delt the aspira
tions cf Aid. W. P. Tindall for renomi
nation. C. L. Walker was chairman and
G. M. Loosley s.'cretary of the caucus
which was held in the Dimick livery sta
ble building on Third avenue.
"I move we proceed to an informal
ballot for alderman," said John Fleming
at the opportune moment, and the motion
prevailed. The result was: S. J. Col
lins, 21; W. P. Tiadall, 4; with scatter
ing votes for George E. Bailey, G. M
LoGsley and Don B. Shaw. The Eomina
tion of Mr. Collins was upon motion de
"Speech!' veiled John Fieminc, and
the candidate took off his hat to respond
The caucus was, nevertheless, about to
proceed with the regular order ot
business, notwithstanding, when Boss
Wells culled a halt.
"Ho'.d on here!" he said. "Mr. Cellics
was about to runke a speech when you
shut him ed. I move he be heard.'
The bees' admonition was heeded and
the candidate spoke. lie had said he
would not be a candidate; he did not
want it. Yet be hated to stand back
"I don't know,' he said, "but suppose I
will have to accept the situation.' The
caucus elected these delegates and ad
jouraeel: Dr. C Truesd ile, G. E Bailey.
VVilliam Jackson. Fred Hansgen, Charles
Yerbury. W. A "Sorris. D. B. Shaw, 11.
The Fifth ward caucus was packed
solid. J. F. Robicsaa was chairman and
John N. Iluntoon was secretary. The
ballot for alderman showed a total of 85
votes, of which Evans had C3, Bollman 5,
Oswald 11. Schoessel 2, George Schnei
der 1, Uun'.oon 1. Msj Beardsley moved
the nomination of Mr. Evans be declared
unaLixous The propoeision gve Chair
man Robinson a most distressing attack
of hysteric collywobbles.
JI would like some evidence from Mr.
Evans that he will be at all limes loyal to
our party if we nominate him," he declar
ed. Mr. Eyans was found and brought
before the meeting. lie said he had al
ways made it a point to stand by his
friends. This aatiefied the caucus and
Msj. Beardilej's motion was adopted.
The delegates are: W. L. G insert,
Frank Collins. John Evans, J. Alex MontT
gomery. J. N. Iluntoon, Peter Loge, W.
B. Ferguson, Michael Colligan.
SIXTH WARD .
The story of the Sixth ward caucus is
short and sweet. Mayor McConcchie
presided and C. J. Searle was secretary.
Aid. William Kennedy secured his re
nomination by acclamation. . Ex-Aid. W.
F. Scbrceder was 'nominated (or second
fiddle. The delegates chosen re F. C.
Denkmann, H B. Hubbard, Fred Chai-
non, Nicholas Loge, J. H. Lloyd, Ed
ward Jensen, William Friestedt.
F. M. Sinnet was called upon to pre
side over the Seventh ward mee'-
ing.and M. E. Sweeney discbareed
the secretary's duties. Albert E.
Nelsot was nominated for the long
term for alderman and E II. Guyer
for the short term . The delegates named
are: C. W. Foss. A. Peterson, F. M. Sin
net, J. Hasselquist, H. H. Holland. A.
E. Nelson, J Raithel.
The c mplexion f the delegations to the
city township convention at present indi
cates the nomination of W. J. Gamble for
collector, J II. Cleland for assessor, Con
rad Schneider for supervisor and August
C. Petersen for assistant supervisor
Physicians frr quently make mistakes
in treatment of heart disease. The rate
of sudden deaths is daily increasing.
Hundn ds become victims of the ignor
ance at physicians in the treatment of
this disease. One in fur persons has a
diseased heart. Shortness of breath, pal
pitation and fluttering, irregular pulee,
choking sensation, asthmatic breathing,
pain or tenderness in side, shoulder or
arm, weak or hungry spells, are svra
toms of heart disease. Dr. Miles' New
Heart Cure is the only reliable remedy.
Thousands testify to its wonderful cures.
Books free. Sold by Hartz & Bahnsen .
Miles' Nerve and Liver Pilla.
Act on a new principle regulating tin
liver, stomach and bowels through tf
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. MiW
Pills speedily cure biliousness, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Vo
equalled for men, women, children.
Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses 25
cents. Samples free at Hartz & Baht
Should be used by the young woman, she
who suffers from any disorder peculiar to
ber sex, and at change of life is a power
ful tonic; benefits all who use it. Sold
by Har'z & rUhnsen .
ew Orl-an via t hit-ago.
From Feb 22 until Feb. 2S the C . R
I. & P. will sell round trip tickets to New
Orleans, pool to return ur.til March 22 at
the rale of $ 25. 35.
Wh.-'n Baby was sick, we pare her Castoria.
When s!w was a Child, slie cried for Castoria.
YTht-n she beeame Ziiiss., u e'astoria.
'.Vb.'n slie hud ( 1.i'.dren. she gave them Castoria.
E. E. Parmenter, attorney at law.
Makes collections, "loans money and will
attend to any lesra! business intrusted to
him. OlSce, postofQce block, Rock Isl
WORTHY OF CONFIDENCE.
Mr. R. S- McCnllough's Story He was
Discouraged Without Hope The
Result of His Treatment "With Scott
"I was in a very serious condition when
I visiied the Intitu'c."-said Mr. Robert
8. MrCuIloush. who in employer) wtt the
Davenport AI ills Co. "My trouble was
cult.nl u.ud hi-:! existed for over four
ver. At first my head, nose, ears acd
throat became all stopped so I could
hardly breathe or swallow. My appetite
failed, food distressed my stomach and
eave me no strength. 1 lost fl- sh rapidly.
I Whs not able to sleep half the time, and
was more tired atd miserable when I
would get up Th in before I went to bed. I
had aconstant discharge of yello nr.striDgy,
mucous from my cose and throat. My
throat became sore and voice husky, and
roaring and buzzing noises in my ears,
with severe paics in my chest and sweat
ing at night. After the second treat
ment I found more benefit than I had by
three previous years doctoring in the city
md I now feel like a new man " Mr. Sic
Culiough has lived in he city for 20
tears and worked for the Davenport
Mills company for cine years, and will
gladly taik with anyone similarly
ROIiEKT 8. W. MCCXLOCOn,
1203 W. Third Street. Davenport. I jws.
Catarrh, Diseases of the Eye, Ear,
Nose, Throat and LtiTigs.
The Institute, which was formerly
located at C23 Main street, has moved to
the Ryan block rooms 5 and 6. making
it more convenient for the mnny patients
who are treated daily. No cases taken
where any doubt of an en'ire cure exists.
Consultations always fre at the Institute.
Office boure in the evening for those who
cannot conveniently attend during the
SCOTT MEDICAL, INSTITUTE.
Officb Hours 9 to 11 a. is .. 2 to 4 p.
m., 7 to 8 p. m. Rooms S and 8 Ryan
block, over Boston store, corner Second
and Brady streets. No office boon
For HOUSE FURNISHINGS
Bedroom Suits from
$14.00 and up
Parlor Sets, best makes, - 20.00 and up
Baby Carriages from - 5.00 and up
A complete line Gasoline Stoves, 3 00 and up
Carpets, great variety, from 20c per yd. and up
Curtains and Rugsprices lower than ever.
We can save you money.
We have added an upholstery department and
can make over your carpets, re-cover your chairs,
lounges or parlor suit.
Estimates fum'shed for repairing or furnish
ing new, whenever called upon. Our terns as
CASH OR CREDIT.
C. A. MECK,
Tkt,kpitone 421. 322 Brady Street, Davenport, la.
Open ever? evening until 8 01 o'clock, and S!urdavs until 10:0 ).
AGENCY FOR THE
STEAM and II OT WATER
Office ar.d Fl cj 19 I : r.t i.rh F!icei. 1 : j 1 err V.
CIlAS. W.TEKECRT. Macaeer.
Rock Island, 111.--
H.HiRSCHBXRQ f PROTECT YOUR EYES i
MR. H HIRSCHBERG.
The well-kTicwn ttirian of 629 01ie St.
(.V. E. ror. T nn1 Oiivel. St. Iiiiv biu
acpoirtcdT. fl. Tbntna . acent for tiw
ri lcbra eJ Diamond Spctacic and Kye
fteo, anJ aijo for hi Diamoi.d 'Son
Chauireabie hpectaclfa and Ereclawa.
Tbe eia-?e are the greatest' iuveotl
ever made in recLac es. By a proper
contrcct:on of tlie LtL( a percoa pur
chii;g a pair of thee Nuii.'haaeeabl
ila.es never bai" to chnru e tb; ye elaicf
from tlic eyes, and every tar I.nrcUaed
i- uaraniced, fo that if thi ? ercr leaTe
the eyer no matter bow or scratched Use
Len?eare) ther will furnish tbe party
itb a new patr of free of charge.
T. II. THOMAS baa t i l or!Blcct
and ibriteff a'.l to aatbifr themelrea
of the treat mperioritj of thefe G!aae
over any and ail other, now in use to call
end examine the nut at T.IL. I'noma.',
drncgis: and oitician, Koc Island
No Pttddlera SoppHed.
NEW STOCK OF .
Boots and Slioes.
A'l goois marked in plain figures, which will
convince you that they are the lowest in the city
uiw iuss ana xuress iiine
Telephone Kock Island or Harper llotels for fittfpr
war;on and you will receive prompt atteDtVe-a i"
DAVIS & CO0
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose,
Fire Brick, Etc. Largest and beet equipjed
establishment west of Chicago. . . "
DAVIS BLOCK, Moline, I1L
17 12 First At6w Rock Island, HL
Telephone JJ 48.
Residence Telepnone!! 1 69.
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