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Ttitste o Reb-ce Wth, Deceased.
Tr,e notfcntiirnel hiving been appointed oxe
4rof 'he lt will and testament of Kebecca
mh, lte or the county of hock I si ind,
,1 Illinois dereed, hereby give" noMcft tba. h
will appear before the comity court or Kock Island
,ocrit , at the office of the clerk of said ciurt. in
ferity of Kock Inland, at the March term on
tir first Monday In March next, at which time
,li pi-rsoi.s having claims at a net nald estnte are
aptned aad reque ted to attend, for the purpose
,1 limine the nun adjuted. All persona io
Itb'ti to said estate are requested to make im
uiisie payment to the undersitrned.
Dated lata lth day of December, A. TV IMt,
WILLIAM B. PKTTITT,
J, R. Hollowbnah, M. D, Geo, K, Barth, M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH.
PnT8IOIN8 AND SURQWONS,
Office 40323rd t. Telephone 10M
Residence 731 31st su H84
p:, B' I Dr. Ilollowbnsh--
u in a, m, i in to iu a. m,
lto aud7 tog p. m, 2 to 5 and f tog p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Hose and Throat
i-fflce McJnlloujh rfitldin;:, m W. 3d St.
Q.hirs: 0 to 11 am : 1 to 4 Dm.
; F. Myem, M. I). Gko. W. WnKii.Ka, M. D.
DRS. MYERS & WIIEKLER,
n"Terv sjtI f of H'nmen
i flee over Krell A- M-irti s. Te'cphone lH.t.
-omi e uncus:
T1S. Mttn I IH. W1IEELVR.
I- m M a. m.
! S :o io a m.
v 5 :ir.i 7 to 9 p. m
I 1 to 3 and 7 to 9 p. m
I lies, telephone, ll'JO.
rr will ffsr
W YOU TAKB
$tOO Btwarel lor i
txijortoBt absiano btw
la th Caeralea.
rT muo"! ;f n-w
it? r.: T'cetp
TSM.IP : oJ iirlca.
I t 'eatf-Crista.
O'l'dA '.IOMTY. Pl'tn. tiinwn.
fumale by all druRist. TJartz A Bahnsen
A f Vixniiarios. Ointment in Capsnl-, also in Box
v r.f . .. h iinMiiiott 1'M.rmAtir iiiniiii nr
9" n ii ; a Positive uure lor K.i'rnai. uiiria or
"dint Itch in if. Chronic Keren', or Hereditary
; it in always a prcat benefit to the general
!h. The first discovery of a medlral cure ren-
i- ail UprrSlinn WILU Hie SUIIB uilllCI,CDlr
i'filtw. This Kuncdy has never been known
'ail. H per box, R for Sft ; sent bv mall. Why
''tr from ttiia terriable dis. ase when a written
"ranteu is pos.tiviy ptven with 9 bottles, to re
I' J the money if not cured. Sen ! stamp for
oip 'c. uaaraiiiee lcSat u ojinu ayca.
PANESE livek. pellets
ulikmaeic on the 'tomach. Liver and Bew
oisiiels ovspeDsia. Biliousness. Kever. Colds,
r'. nns llla,r,I..M llu.nlntit.i.ai Inunf AnntftA
""irss tiic comnlection: perfect dieesuon fol-
!" ih"ir use. Positive cure for Sick IlBASacHB
1 Constipation, hm&ll. mild, easv trt t&ka. Larfire
17, . . w' 1118 SB cents.
"Aiil'Z & BAHNblN Sole Agents Bock Island
CvVO" 111 U all I
T. H. THOMAS.
s & 1 1 IClitiCll
I t SS
j gTo .FRAZE y Lr Nil VI 3
Win Cur any
I klr.rt c.f
Moll : Friniifl -i
is lh.; crn-itcn hlcsing vt r offered cbiM
ho uin.,' women. I hit", bt.ea i rr.iiiwife
mtiy veiirs, u-ii in e-.cti cise where
Mother Friend us bt en us;-d. it has ac
cnmplisliio: -onr!tT and r-jlinved much
buff :ri;jg. It i th best remedy for rising
of th nr-iast knovn, and wonh the price
for that alone.
.ViRS. ,M. . Erbwbtkh,
Bradheld'i l emale Begnlator
Should he used by the youne; woman, she
who suffers from nny disorder peculiar to
her sex, and at chunge of life is a power
ful tonic; benefits all who use it. Sold
by Hartz&Bthnst n.
int NUT WORN NS I FEEL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
My doctor says It nets rently on the Btomseh. tlver
nn.i klilie vs. nn.l Isu l.li aant laxative. This cirlrik
is n.aiie from lierljs, aud us prepared for use as easily
All rinietrlsts sell It at v.. nnd ti'.fo r.r rnekae
Suv one i day. .nm.-,. Fnn-il, .'il.-i i.-lne n.u' i
ilie hnels est iia til orui r to K lo u.lhi- fl.u
s necsMirv J
Ccck's Cotton Root
i r,'i -.5: v r!OHTPnTTTr
A recent diprovery bv an old
p'r Mrian Mircessfully rued
:i c.flthlv r-y ThoassTidi of In
die. In tlie only verfectiy
h f and reliable rued cine
dif -ovt red. P-eware. of tin
'-v7Ta tin icn.led dniL-iri-lft wlin of
fer inferior medicine n place r.f this. A?k for
Cooe's Cotton K-.-ot ( osnw r, take no sulvii
tnte, or inclose tl aud 0 ce ts in tostve in letter,
and we wilt send, svb.li .1. by leturn ' mail Foil
sealed i nrticiilars :n rJain env.jl.pe, to ladies
only, 2 stamps. Addrt -s
l'ONH l.n.Lt CCV PANT,
No. 3 t'lsl er Block, Detroi, Mich.
Sold in Hork Island ly Mnrshail & rishei, !'
per llone. llnrtz 15a iiiscn 2 Ith urcet and 3a
a .and drurv sis eve-vwhre.
HesIthfaL Agreiable, Cleansing.
Chstpped Handa, ound, Bums, Xto
Bemovea and Prevents Dandruff.
AMERICAN HKILX SOAP.
Best for General Household Use
T H. THOMAS Sol" tcent
;k your Pruxcift for i
Ue of Bitr t. The onl
ixns&t out remedv for all i
.nnatiTol discharges and
rivate diaeones of men and the
tatiiig Treakncaa peculiar
imen. It cures in a iew
i wi .l out the aid or
licit if a doctor.
I mwrjol American Cart.
Manuft-ctur. d by
U. S. A.
m or ait-
or it- AvJV Trn u c
arrn ucu ttirf by tMj ..
IJfe-EirCTSie BEIT AsB JUSPEIISOM
ii.Tjf- 3'.'i: f, MJe for tkla jiin pus
DOM, Csrr t finrTsilK VSrsfcp. am. ""H rrrny. Bin, booum
. ranlnms farrrats ol K firltn., :knmii all WIAI
nc-' ..ii li 1.41. 7H snrt la.l sm
( !i.i Inslsntlv. or forfeit
ITsetrtl C: rresi
sd ls.prs-r- Csu.rlts Si. rs
It I nrl . f '.nr. coatl s. Scaled MBiphls
;.. tieh a.U' -Ss.vfi-s Orvrivi-itwt
tux 'i'l n'.niicem. Titt ciie acv e or Tsttw. bal
itr.UCT bc b.tinator tout rturwlni. hok) br rtru t.ut,
,w b. ii.a.1 ! ' 1'om. K f-. adon Da.
avT a t . Phmelt tJa. 'a. as. wsirdrcwatliria
fTho desires a coed bur.tne s posltinn in the World's
tlretty should vrltaiit ot f e for I'rospectus of the
among Merropclitr.a Ji! Iness College, Clilca:"a
DnusuMlaellttlebforrial: e":d!!;ii8. Ksfabllaked
years Occupies ttjuv. .:: .'Iresit
J ft BeP"11
rSAST 3 T3 S DAY& i
jTtifW'M ABSOJJTZ CURE FOfAli
fif 0:Aiy(3 13Pk
fjjj V;!LL MCT CAUSE BrTl
R3nfj STRJCT URE. i.KFOB&H
1 ?'-S '3 fA!, KOSTA-lfyQ
. ..i ics ec
(- .''-.-.Ir.. iheTlCill tft
er.. - a
JT MUST BE GOOD.
Well Kuowii J'Uysicians En
dorse tliH Stackhcuse
STATEMENT OF DR. TUMEK. I
Hi rersonal Expelenre With Dr. Stack.
honse and 1IU AssocUtes-A Permanent
Instltntlon-IIow All Severe Nose,
Throat and Long Troubles Have Their
Origin Watch That Cold.
Dr. M. V. Turner a ernHmiia nf P.i.
Medical Institute, of St I-ii xtn
a phvsician of meat ahilitv tollj tho f.i-
lowing regarding the treatment of Dr.
O. 1 . .
omt auouse ana asfociatet;
'I have been a sufferer frnm naralrtin
seizures and severe nervous attacks, ac
companied by twitching md cremr.ing cf
the limbs for about live years. The at
tacks came on without any apparent
csuse and from the very first were so
severe as io incapacitate me for my
medical duties. I had to give up m?
laree medical practice and go to the
ospirai lor treatment.
"The rifht side of mv hr.itj 1
absolutely uselei-s, almost without, feel-
mp:. and I suffured the mrst excruciatinc
hc.dhchts ore could imt;ine.
DU M. V. 1UHNF.R.
"At t;m8 rsty brain peemrd literally
rn tire, and I had to have cild. wet
clothes Applied every few minutes in
oidi.r to keep from at-solutc distraction .
The cramps in rr.y limbs wire at t'mes
trrri'ile, and take it all in all, I su&rtd
enough to drive any man wi;h a lers ab
folute will completely crszy. I had
given chronic diseases quite n thoroush
study, and I gave every tiling I tail cv r
heard of a thorough trial, but to no avnil.
It looked Lard to have to lie thero and
die ty inchfs. and like a drownirg man I
grasped at what I considered 'the last
straw' when I consnite4 Dr St-ckhouse.
It proved to be my salvation, for al
though I have taken treatment but a fc
weeks, I am a new man. Why. I hardlv
think of using my cane now, an article
wbicn 1 fully expected to carry the rest
of my life. I do not seller from the
cramps and nervous iwitchins as I used
to do, and those terrible headaches have
entirely disappeared. I am so overjoyed
at the thought of again being able to re
sume my medical duties that words can
not express my gratitude for theoe physi
cians. If the specialists can cure such
seemingly hopeless chronic cases as
mine, how readily must such diseases as
catarrh, bronchitis, larvmgitis, etc , yield
to their skillful treatment!
"I owe them my life and am glad to be
able to express my feelings through tte
columns ot jour parter.
"M. V. Turner, M. D.,
"No. 504 Upper First street, EvaDSville,
HERE TO STAY.
This is One of Davenport's Permanent In.
The facilities of the Stackhouse Medi
cal Institute are undoubtedly greater and
its opportunities better for the successful
treatment of chronic diseases than any
itstiiution of its kind in the world. No
other institution in the state of Iowa is
of one tenth the magnitude. There are
15 physicians on the consulting staff, a'l
of whom are prominent specialists f
recognized ability. It finds .no necessity
for boasting of "associated medical in
stitutes. The who e is under the direct
supervision of Dr. Stackhouse. The in
stitute employs more physicians, treats
more cases, represents more capital, and
effects more cures than any other institu
tion in this country.
Pure medicines and thorough services !
will be accorded to each patient being
treated now at f 5 a month, as would be
given if you were paying hundreds of
dollars. Consultation free and everybody
The Stackhouse Medical institute in
Davenport is a permanent institution.
Every announcement made is carried
out. Every claim ia substantiated.
Evtry promise is fulfilled.
To demonstrate to all si fferers at Dav
enport. Rock Island, Moline and vicinity,
the superiority and remarkable efficiency
of this treatment, Dr. Stackhouse and
associates made this offer.
Until January 1st all patients and all
diseases will be treated at the nominal
fee of $ 5 a month. This includes con
sultation, examination, cervices, medi
cines and treatmen'. All persons under
treatment before J anuary 1 will be entitled
to the same low rate until cured. Just
as careful atteption, skilled treament,
: WATCH THAT COLD !
A slight cold !
A vtry bad cold 1
A persistent, continuous cold
And then catarrh inevitably reeults.
Catarrh neglected, invariably leads into
consumption. It is one of those chronic
diseases often misunderstood by the suf
ferer, rarely understood by the general
practitioner, and familiar in all its forms
and complications only to a trained
Dr. Stackhouse and his associate
specialists have a system of treatment for
catarrhal affections that is mild, harm
less, antiseptic, painless, wholesome and
u!i'urm:v sue ;t s'tui ir i f reeiilt-.
I ; ! lion-. ii,i o . n-e . v. rv- ' 1 1 f r st t s
teuis i-.j-.i! iwiicd S mtri,s..i T:--!-
Ca nl li.i- m littv ,i t;io w.,.-'. reriik-.'.:e
cures. Ttf perm nt cv ot Uses result a
!.;. aivrt :ti- Stt trl-ob's.- Mfd-tV. iticlt
Wi'f 8 re; u.tion u-'tq-te i,; i,m irgtorv of
!' ml f.rt iu v. elicit! .
1h:: ia'.eretiipi; pereor'il st":r:'.ents of
pa:iLi!is pti'.i!:iiiei fiotu Orre to linT t:i
these coluinns. pr v.i eonc'usiveiy to the
reading public thst the Stackboiue treat
ment cures. No other system of treat
ment ever perfected has been accorded
the hearty endorsement of so many prom
Of Special Importance.
The attention of physicians of Daven
port and vicinity, especially those who
have contracted lung troubles, is respect
fullv invited to the well known efficiency
of the Stackhouse Lung Treatment The
usual courtesies of the profession will be
extended to those who apply for treat
ment. Stackhouse Medical Institute,
Permanently located in
Room 17 and 18.
First Floor. Take tte Elevator.)
Corn r of B.-idy and Third Struts,
All curable diseases treated with suc
fffs. Sp. cialtiea: Eve, Er. Note,
Tlirnit and Lungs; Nervous Disease?,
Bii od D:ess'js and bkin Diseasf s
ucC'?sful treitmeut by mail. Write
ff.r bmptcni blaiiU. Cousuhatiou acd
(Ifflcj Hours 9 to 12 a. m., 3 to 5 and
7 to 8 ). in .
t-unduys 9 to 12 m. only.
PCOR OLD J. L. SULLIVAN.
IJe IIIohs nml I'luMieis anil lllubbcrs
anil IIIows t olbett's Hell.
New Yokk, Dec. 27. John L. Sullivan
says lie wasn't whipped by Corbet t at Xew
Orleans, but "doped" by a traitorous
friend. John has been a long time discov
ering tliis, but he is dead certain of it now.
lie says: "I intend to filit Corbett after
my theatrical engagements are over. I will
CO to Hot Springs and train there
for two months. I will boil all the bad
etuff out of my system, harden my mus
cles, and be as lit to fife'ht for the champion
ship almost as ever iu my life."
Hears of Corbett'a Comments.
Sully last night heard of Corbett's angry
comments on John L.'s claim that he was
"doped" at Xew Orleans, and proceeded to
get full. He threatened to kill those who
tried to stop him and when full enough
said Corbett licked him when he was a
wreck and couldn't do it again. Then he
blubbered awhile and then "blew oft'' again
about his ability to regain the lost belt, and
how his false friend betrayed him in the
Corbett fight. The false friend is supposed
to be Jimmy Wakely, and he says "Sully"
is going crazy. So says Charley Johnson.
Champion Jim Talks.
Syracuse, N. Y., Dec. 27. Jim Cor
bett has heard of Sullivan's plaint, and
after telling how kind he had been to John
since the fight, he then said that if
"Sully" did not think he was fairly
whipped he could have another "go," and
would be whipped in four rounds. Jim
said he could whip Sully easier than he
could Charley Mitchell He would fight
him withont a wager? simply a purse.
The match could be made for next Oc
tober. TWO WOMEN AND ONE MAN.
The Man Is Head and the Women Proceed
Indiaxapolis. Dec 27. Two women at
Covington, Ind., are laying claim to the es
tate of the late John Cox, each claiming to
be his widow. The deceased was a familiar
figure all over that part of the country.
He owned rich farms in Fountain county
and also in Ohio. He was worth $o0,000.
Four years ago he made his home near
Covington. Two small children were with
him who called him father, and there was
also a young Frenchwoman, who was un
derstood to he the nurse of the children.
Death Brinies the Facta Oat.
In 1889 he removed to Ohio, and a short
time ago he died. The Frenchwoman now
appears upon the scene, laying claim to
one-third of the estate as the widow of Cox.
Scarcely had she entered proceedings in the
circuit court before Mrs. Lonsenberg, of
Chicago, appeared and made a similar
claim. The last named claimed to have
remarried after Cox's death. Long and
costly litigation is anticipated.
Hawkers and Feddle s.
What ear-splittia; cries wa bear daily in the
streets of every la-ge city ! Bit these itinerant
dealers who hawk their wares about are, when
under proper restrictions, a useful portion of the
community, and not sn'-h nuisances as the catarrh
WiwUers. This is a stubborn disease to conquer,
but Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy does it. It is
mild, soothing aud antiseptic, unlike snuffs that
irritate, or solutions that burn . It corrects of
fensive breath, and restores taste, smell and
hearing. Nasal catarrh often ends in consump
tion. Apply t :e only cure in time. Priee iO cents,
by all druggist a.
Fresh Air and Exercise.
Get all that's
both, if in
need ot nesn .
force. There's need,too, of plenty
of Cod Liver Oil builds up flesh
and strength quicker than any
other preparation known to sci
ence. Scott's Emulsion is constantly ef
fecting Cure cf Consumption,
Bronchitis and kindred diseases
where other methods fail.
Prepared br Rrott Eotnis. TJ. Y. All drotTTist.
ttie bimnlc treuL
ment which made a mas
and fuilr develone bm
inererrrom varicocele, n arcea v iTainyano itKeiroeoia
The rertpe will be scat ( sealed f res toanvone who wH
vld qtiaelc lopar enoncrh to cive f a trrL A'tdrcaa
MU stamp, v lUJi, ."cx iii UiH.iJj' jat;o.
C&storia is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substituto
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms aud allays
feverishncss. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates the stomach
and borcls, giving healthy aud natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
" Cartori.t is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
Da. G. C. Osgood,
' Castoria ic tho best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. 1 hope the day is rot
far distant when mothers willconsiJerthc n.l
Interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the voriousquovk nostmmswhich are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opi im,
morphine, soothing syrup and otlier hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sendias
Uiein to -vretnature Troves."
Da. J. F. KiN'cDEi,on,
The Centaur Company, Tl M
WE ARE ALWAYS IN IT WITH
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
Delivery wagons always on the road. Parties desirous ol
having them stop at their residences, will please notify th
same at our piemises.
MUNBOE, DeRUE & ANDERSON.
J. T. DIXON,
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
tNCOKPOHATRD TJKDKB T3B STATU LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open d&U) from 8 a, m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings t roa 7 to t o'clock.
Five nercerit interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Parsona!. Co'
lateral, or Real Estate Security
P u MITCHELL. Proa. F C. DBNKXA.NH. Vice-Pren. j. M. nUfORn, Cashtar
P. L. Mitchell. K. P. Reynolds, P. CDenkmann. John Crubangb. H. P. Holt
Phil Mitchell, L. Simon, S. W. Burst, J. X. Eufoid.
JacKBOB A BuasT.Solicitora.
! Began business July 8. 1890, and occupy the southeast corner of Mitchell ft Lynde'e new
"Sl-ELY'S CREAM BALM-1"iw ie TCsal tV" ihi! "
IPassaees. Allava 1'n.in and Inflammation. Heals .ctC FO 1
Ik gtheSoreg, Kftore Taut
Gives Relief at once
Avn'v into the Kottrilt.
30c Druegif ta or by maiL ELY
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and you will receive prompt attention.
TI2SI3ERLAKE & SPENCER, Props.
R. Q. Hudson
HUDSON & PARKER.
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
A.U kinds cf Carpentering promptly attended to.- Estimate
furHished when desired.
Shop cor. First ave. ard Seventeenth dt. Rock Island.
avenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ATI.
FOR CATALOGUE ADDRESM
Roek Island Brass Foundry
AND ARCHITECTURAL IROH WORK.
All kinds of brass, bronze and aluminum bronze casting, all shades and tamper Hake
a specialty of brass metal pattern and artistic work.
Saor AUD Orricx-At 1811 First avenue, near Ferry landing. - HOCK ISLAND.
J. MAGER, Proprietor.
" Castoria is so well aduptcd to children that
I recommend k us superior toauy prescription
known to me."
IT. A. AncnER, M. D.,
!li So. Oxford ft., Brooklyn, N. T.
"Our pbyyieians in tl;3 children's depart
l'V Tit hive ejxjkeu highly of their experi
ence in their outtido practice with Csstoiia,
and alllictir:li we oi ly have ainoi. o;jr
medical supplies what is known as rejulr
pnxluets, yet we are free to confess t!;at tho
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor ujion it."
United Ilosprrat. and 1'ispirssaRV,
Aixen C. Fanm, 7Ye.,
array Street, New York City.
and Smell, and t'urt-sJ-ATARBv
for Cold In Head.
It i Guirkl Abunrbfd.
BROS., 56 Warren SU, N.Y. a
M. J. Pabkkk
J. C. DUNCAN. Proprietor.
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