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THE AJR.IS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1893.
'foo Want to Buy
Dining or Center Tables,
Writing or office desks,
Bedroom or parlor suits,
Dining or fancy chairs,
Chenille, Lure or Ml 'nitan p,
Shades in any von ( r ary t-ize,
Joslin-, Oct. 24. Serenty-two
tickets Lave already been issued for
the World's fair at Joslin station.
Mrs. F. E. Crompton is visiting
with her son, G. W. Crompton, in
Simon Koch has erected a new
building, and has insured it in the
Coe and Zuma Mutual.
The goods and chatties of Rev. V.
L. De Mundrum, United Brethren
minister, arrived at Joslin from Ore
gan. 111., by train, on Friday last.
He is now comfortably housed in the
Hon. William Payne. W. L.
Sweeney, of Rock Island, and David
Adams met this morning with S. W.
Searle. at Joslin, for the purpose of
balancing ami making a partition of
the Joslin estate in the interest ol
If Icfit.l.Mt.inn mii In l.'i.. L..,l in llio
I senate by a small minority upmi the
ilver (iiiestion. whv cannot it bo
a republican form of irov.
W. S. HOLBROOK,
107 E. S-cond Street, DAVKSP.KiT, IA.
A new line of
Men's Fine Shoes
Just received, which
Are out of sight for the price asked.
Kqiul in style finish and wearing qualities
k a live dollar shoe. These shoes are actual
l.arains. and it won't take lo i.lj to convince
162 Second Ave., Under Rock Island House
INCOKroKATKP tXDV.l! THE STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Rkck Island, III.
t'i'iL il , fr ja; V a. m. to S p. m.. and Saturday cM tiai from 7 to o'clock.
t ' e per rpr.t Interest paid on Deposits. Mon-;y loaned 0:1 Personal col
lateral or Real Estate security.
KIT. UZll, Vffl. F V. DESKMASS. Vice Fr s't. T M i'-VFOKt. I 'aVjiei
' '- M y. C. ;i krpnnn, John Crnbanch, Phil Mitchell. II. P. Hull. 1. Slm.'U,
Ji. W Hurst. J. M. liuford, Jo) n Xo'.k.
Jackson Jt IIckst, Soliniior.
s.'i ' B, und occupy to southeast eoimrof IT it. hell 1 reV i toui'lm
I blocked upon the tariff or an'
.question? Ami in that en
1 niticli of
1 1 .
. t 11 111. 111 n:t r mii if 1 ir
I Mr. Hen.ler, our hluckstnitli, has
moved to Mr. Stephenson's farm, anil
j Frank Dailey lias taken Mr. Hetnler's
piaee 111 iue oiaeksmitti shop. Mr.
Dailey will do blacksmith work and
repair wagons and humpies just as
Mr. Hender has been in the habit of
doin. Mr. Flanagan, of Kock Isl
and, has opened out as saddler and
harness maker and boot ami shoe
maker and repairer.
The remains of Mis Craee Sliep
pard arrived at Joslin on Sunday
evening last from F.njIewoid, where
the lady ilieil Saturday. The funer
al took place on Monday, the sermon
beiii!; preached by Kev. Thompson,
of the the Methodist church, at the
residence. There w as a larjjr con
course of people in attendance. Co
vehicles lieinj; formed in the funeral
procession to the ;rave at ISethesda
c. ineterv. ('. Wake. F. Wainwri;ht.
K. Walker. J. Daily, I. Moose and
W. Fillert acted as pall bearers, and
L'udertaker Wendt. of Fort l'.M-on.
had charge of the funeral.
Kvery American fanner should
study for himself what has been
the effect of the demonetization of
siher upon American agriculture.
It should be burnt into the brain of
every American farmer that the de
monetization of silver lias reduced
the price of every farm product, and
what is called a protective tariff has
compelled him to pav more for al-
1110-t c eiythin lie lias to purchase.
Hi- ha tinisjieen so bled at both ends
by leirdati.iii a'ld tha. is the secret
of the present condition of agricul
ture in this country. It should al
ways be borne in mind that in this
country '-corn is kin.'' and the suc
cess of all business enterprises iian;s
upon the success of ajjricult tire,
therefore, when we legislate against
t he farmer" interests, we ddl! ihe
j;ooso that lays the gulden fiTtr."
I tind in mv rt-adin tiiat the i;reat
era of prosperity was from lxtJtJ to
173. I 11 tu during that time wc had
no strikes, boycotts or jjranrr legis
lation. All clashes of people seemed
to be at peace with each other. Our
factories were runninj;, and we did
not liae to ca:l out armed loroc-s to
keep the employe from the throat of
the employer. In 173. wheat on an
average wa .s per bushel, and
the cotton planter ;ot 215 cents per
jxuind for his cotton: but in that year
we demonetized silver, and what
happened? Silver at that time was
worth i.H.) per ounce: that
w as i ts coinage v alue. And at that
time we had the jr:iin markets and
the cotton markets of the world: and
in 173 India exported onlv 733.0(H)
bushels of wheat. Now. I tind. there
never lias been a time in the history
of India when siler has not been its
money, anil there never nas been a
time from the day they commence!
raisinj; w lieat dow n to the present
hour that one ounce of silver did not
measure the value of one bushel of
wheat. It makes no difference what
the value of the rupee is. The same
number of rupees buy the samenum-
COUNTY IU II.DING.
Oct. 24 Estate of Peter T. H.
Ploog. Inventory appraisement bill
and widow's aw ard tiled and approved.
Widow's relinquishment and selec
tion filed and approved, and order
turning over property selected to
widow. Just and true account of
personal property and debts filed and
approved. Petition to sell real es
tate to pay debts filed. Guardian
ship of Peter T. II. Ploog. Guar
dian's inventory filed and approved.
Estate of William W. Genung.
Estate of George I). Moore and F. S.
Gates, executors, etc., of X. Dor
rance 159.25. Moore & Gates, trus
tees. 204.28. Mark Ashdovvn $ 156.25,
Moore & Gates, trustees, $204.2.
Mark Ashdown $146.25, Schafer At
Pearsall '$73.54. W. H. Devore $1,
4G5.1H, George D. Moore $867.10 al
lowed in seventh class. Bond of
executrix for faithful disposition of
proceeds of mortgage filed and approved..
Ttai Joful Fee ing
ith the exhilarating sense of re
newed health and strength and inter
nal cleanliness, w hich follows the use
of Syrup of 1- igs. is unknow n to the
few w ho have not progressed bevond
the old-time medicines and the cheap
Substitutes sometimes offered, but
never accepted bv the well-informed.
Cariou Trade Term.
The second volnine of the digest of
evidence gfven before Group C of the
labor commission contains a glossary
of .echnical terms and trade slangs
Ainoiifr The curious expressions are
the following: "Hate, b.-U-horsc,
caunched. cut-n ., fu td, ninnK-s, slop
dash work, spri-j er, snijrijinjr, tin
JTles." H oi aal On.y Eood'
Hood's Sarsaparilhi is carefully
prepared from Sarsaparilla, Dande
lion, Mandrake, Dock, l'ipsissewa.
Juniper berries and other well known
remedies, by a peculiar combination,
proportion and process, giving to
Hood's Sarsaparilla curative powers
Cot possessed by other medicines. It
effects remarkable cures when other
Hood's Fills cure biliousness.
Kates N'r One Out Per Mile.
For the closing days of the Colum
bian exposition the, Burlington,
Ccilar Kapids & Northern railway
will sell excursion tickets to Chicago
from its line at rates mar one cent
or mile for round trip. Tickets on
ale Oct. 15 to 31 inclusive, good to
return until and including Nov. 15,
'J3. For tickets, time of trains,
tc. call on or address agents.
J. E. Hannehax.
G. T. & P. A.
l '.n h: new ttiop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
' f.it.vt h ie:!3T.
1 piw-io ire it r"tr.d
I VI I I 1-5
1803 Second Avenue.
Proprletoror of the BradT eireet
All kinds of Cut Flowers conrti-utly on tiann.
"'-1 .xls from Central park, tba lareft li. Iowa
:R)l Brady twi. Hnvenpirt. la
her of bushels of wheat all the time.
l!ut England could not affoid to buv
an ounce of silver at $12!.,".) and take
it to India to mea-ure the value of
her wheat, so she took our wheat
from us and paid us a little less, from
$1.20 to $1.23 in 173. In 174 the
shipments from India commenced.
England bought her ounce of silver
here at $1.10, and she could take that
to India and exchange it for a bushel
of India wheat; and in five years af
ter the demonetization of silver Eng
land had increased her shipments
from 735.()0D bushels to 11,900,000
bushels. In 10 vears with the continu
ous depreciation in the value
of silver, the shipments of
Indian wheat to Europe. had
increased from ll.000.iMtO to 26.
000,000 bushels. In 15 years the
shipment of Indian wheat to Europe
had increased trom So,000 bushels in
173 to 41.000,000 bushels, and last
year she exported 59.000,000 bushels
The same ounce of silver England
could not ouv- to develop lue jrrain
markets of India at less than $1.2!)
before this demonetization. She
now buvs at 70 cents, and takes it to
India anil still gets the same bushel
01 w neat lor 11. as wnen silver was
worth $1.10. Now, every farmer
ought to see, be he republican or
democrat, that we have slaved ail
these years into the V.ndsof England
against the pros--ritv ol- our own
American wheat produce. -s, and the
growers of cotton and other products
Mllti m in Pakvu.
The best and quickest work for the
money in the city. J. II. Ellis.
1321 Secon-, avenue.
Farm for Salr.
Two miles east of Coal Vallev
icres with good buildings.
Half mile from Iowa line in Jack
on county, Minn.. 0 acres, good
Timber land opposite Muscatine.
A eood woodman can pay for land
with wood and render every acre
tillable. A splendid opening for the
right man. E. H. (iriEt:.
lUMluced Kates Nurtli unti West.
The Burlimrton route offers a rate
of $6 to St. Paul, and also greatly re
duced rates to California points, tor
particulars call on local agent.
H. D. Mack. D. l A.
Sips of Heal.
You don't have to look
twice to detect them bright
eyes, bright color.
CORK SOLE SHOES
liii aKO Katc.
Until the close of the fair the C,
B. & Q. offers a rate to Chicago of
$4.97for the round trip, ret urning
coupons limited to Nov. 15.
11. 1. -MACK. II. 1'. A.
tion. Disease is
is replaced by the healthy
kind. Scott's Emulsion of
cod liver oil effects cure by
building up sound flesh. It
is agreeable to taste and
easy of assimilation.
Prep-m-a br Scott B-nrnn. 5. V All d-'i.-r .
and how to attain it.
At labt a meiical work that tells the caue,
describes the effects, points the remedy. This
Se scieiitllcalij the must Talnable, artistically
the moFt beautiful medical book that has ap
peared for years; 95 pa-'es every page bearing
a half-tone illustration la tints. Some of the
subjects treated are Nervous Debility, Impo
tency. Sterility, Dsvelopement. Varicocele,
The Husbanl, Those intending Marriage, etc
Every man who wauld know the grind truths,
lb plain facts, the old secrets, and the'new
discoveries of medical sc'eoce as applied to
married life, ho would atone fjr past follies
and avoid future pitfalls, should write for this
wjnderfut little book. It will be sent free,
underieal. Address the pnb'lsherg.
Erie Medical Co.. Bnffalo, N. T.
Xtra Dry. Xtra Dry.
Pain Proofers. Excludes all damDness
from striking through the soles to the feet
without the use of rubbers. A Preserver
of Health. Promotes warmth. Prevent
colds. Adds to comfort. Make short men
CJ! B) If Jiff !
Second and ISarrison sts., naveniiovt.
JAHNS & BERTLESEN
Peoria Cook and Ranges,
Tinware And Hocbk Furnishing Gooee.
1618 SECOND AVENUE.
ROCK ISLAND, II L
Our Purpose In Advertising
is to let everybily who buys clothWig that's all Man
kind here abcuf know that our fall suiting are in, and
that the finest ev-r diplaj'ed in the city. You ar? ea
pctfully invited t 1 call and the latest in pattern
and styles, in fall and winter wear
J. B. ZIMMER,
Call and l-av- ynr order
'tab BuxrK Opposite Harper Boi-eE.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in iMen's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic bbH Dispensina Pharmacist
la row located in Li Dew buildine at the corcer of Fifth areuuc
and Twenty-third street.
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 1123 Fsurtb avenue. Re;dcce 1119 Fourth btccoc.
Plane and specifications fnrnlhed on all ciarwi of work ; a'ro ajptt for Wilier' Patent lcMd
b'cin Bl'.nds.vomvtbinjc n. stylicb and denirable.t
ROCK ISLAND ILL
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Kock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or exprw
wagon and you will receive prompt attention.
TI5I3EKLAKE & SPENCER, Props.