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THE AUG OB, THTJBSDAY, JUNE 7, 1C34.
REV. M. Oalcsburfr. 111.. Mar 20, 1994. Dr. Wilson. Scott Medical Insti tute, Davenport, Iowa Dear Sir: I take pleasure in stating that the treatment Ton bare riven me have been very beneticial - ami quit satisfactory. The relief re ceived wn almost immediate, and with unrh treatment a percept able improvement hat teen observed. For fifteen year I have not Iran so free from catarrhal affliction as now, and am confident of a perfect and perma nent relief in the near future. Rev. M. A. Heap, Presiding Elder of Galcsburp Dis trict, Central III., M. E. church. Formerlv five rears residence in The Mine MoLinx, UuiitfactTirers o! FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGOS; A roll and eaaplet Mo of Platform and other waaMra trade, of eaparlor workaianehlp and tnlab f.lnetratad Fnca Llatitree os aa-pllcaUoa. See the MOlANJa WAUOM before porcbaalsg tVOOSTOBATED OITDEB THE STATE LAW Roek Island Savings Bank, Bocs Islakd, III. Opsa tally from I a. m. to Ip. bl and Satsrdar evening from 7 to S 'cloak, rive pToratInt4Tst paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Paraonal col lateral or JUai Estate security. . L aUTOUXLL, Frasl. T C. DEJTEHASK, T. L. EUteaaO, T. C Derkvasn, John Crabrash. PMI at IteaelL B, T. HoIL L. ffmoB. . W Bant, J. M. Baford, Jobs Vouu Jlj , 180, sad eceapy the soathast corner of Kitchen Lyase's new MUdrnt J. T. DIXON Merchant Tailob And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens. 1706 Second Avenue. AnilOOll or "ttn.nlint!a whtrh Tvf-ift tfiMfry in B i.ifvm iiiri rii. h ) twrnlllKlS MsTttmhUaY ISA inn, "rT,r'"i - Tor iivl In Bock Iilaoi tr Uartx A B. WINTER, Willill Dealer and Importer of Wines and Liquors 2111 and 1118 Third At - A. HEAD. Rock Island. An exact copy in Rev M. A. Head's handwriting can be seen in oar office. EVEKT CCBABLE DISEASE TREATED. Scott Medical Institute, Over Americas Express Co. Kl Eradj Street, Dt s port, Iowa, SPECIALTIES -Catarrh. Era, Ear. Kose Throat, Loafs ;Nerrooi disease. Skin diseases. Chronic discanea. OFFICE HOURS o 11 a. bu. 8 to 4 p. jd to 9 p. k. On Snndajr tb offlce will be open from B a. m. to 4 p.m. Wa?on Ills. Bnrlnc Warns, aanaaan aaantaa t. Vice Pratt. J Ut, BUFOBD, Cashlat nESTCREQ fVmtUaSB as at one-a Co,- 'I fTrrmU I mwrh an Vk Jkaftnnrr. ltm ,- tftrmin 4-rf mmm. fcrrlBhH atn!MMl, .UkUy i.Mithtvlvtita, iidtrkHfi. Evil itrvmw. BNrkv r 'fsMlrfiee AervimsiarM. aillrinnan1 Insmof fotwpr In nrtuivMrvfin of rIUir m tmnM-rt .t fTr r irtlon. wamtMmt w t rm , cxrkf- ua of tthaMWM. unimn k4j to Infirmity. 1 nnniirofttl'iri an1 InnltT. Con tmi jwariirt. ujr rrn rrmHl In plain bor to an - r v v n.fnry w rar wt etJt-T 4r T-rjm)t -. atn .nan . i sjni cv-v-i mi wrtr, I llv r IIP r.. UUmeTor druggist , SOI 12th rt HQ BATH O00DS Baths of all kinds, including Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec trie, electro-thermal, etc., may be obtained, at the Sanitarium Bath Booms, on the first floor of the Harper Honse. BOOMS OPEN. For Ladies From 9 a. m. to 12 m. on week days For Gen tlemen From 6 a. m. to 7:30 a. m., and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m. on week days On Sundays the rooms will be open from o a. m. to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only. Electric and Electro-thermal baths may be obtained at any time daring business hoars. Gymnasium connected with bath rooms FURY OF THE MOB Wreaked on the Little Mine Near Pekin, Ills. SHAFT FIRED AND MINERS BELOW. Probability That All Are Suffocated and the Town Wild With Excitement. On atf tfce Mob and Om tVarker Killed ad Several Others Wouded SAerlBTa Deemtiea Ket f Any Cae Enslaeer Mmrdered hf Striken la Iadiau Mere Coal TralM Held Vp Cripple Creek Striken Get Beady for m Fifht That Itoeaa't Coma OK Pekix, Ills., June 7. There has been a bloody battle at Little's coalmine, five miles down the Illinois from Pekin. Word was received at Pekin early In the morn ing mat 500 miners from west of the river were about to attack the mine. Sheriff Frederick swore in a posse and set out for the scene. The striken assembled at B?ntonvilIe and crossed the Illinois hv ferries. There were about 400 men and some women. The sheriff and posse remonstrated with the mob in rain Th leader of the striken with revolver in each hand cried out "Follow me," and the crowd charged on the mine. A ad the Deputies, Where Were They? The two Littles and their two anna and A colored man retreated to the tower above the shaft and opened lire on the attacking p u-ty, some of whom were seen to fall. The fire was returned and hundreds of shots were fired into and throngh the tower. The Littles hoisted a white Hug, but the firing did not cease. The shaft was set on lire mid up shot the flames. It was feared the powder house would be fired and the crowds retreated. The air shaft was kept closed. Seems To Be "Overt" Enongkv The killrol n. tli. kikii It f k. John Jackson, a colored miner at Little's, anu iui isioom, one or the mob. The wounded are: Kd and Peter Little, of the besieged, the former shot in the breast (dangerous), the latter in the arm. Half ft dnzpn ntlipm trirA clicrtttlv hnrf Tkm are a number of miners in the shaft who 11 is Deiievea are suffocated. Among them are Gns Moritz, Fred Moritz and John Hockey. The sheriff and posse have re turned from the scene unable to cope with the mob. Pekin is wild with excite ment. Offered a Dollar a Ton. Cekthalia, Ills., June 7. The two mining companies iu this city have of fered their men $1 per ton for digging cial if they will resume work. The South mine can give employment to 200 hands at these figures and will guarantee steady work at. this rate for three weeks and per haps longer. The North mine, which was injured in the riot several thousand dollars, has been fully repaired and will also give tl per ton to about 300 hands for atileast ten dnys and perhaps longer. This price means 8 per day for ten hours work. THE MURDER OF AN ENGINEER. Killed by a Drirk Thrown by One ofhe Striken. BRAZIL, Ind., June 7. A crowd of angry miners blockaded No. 1 Vandalia west bound freight east of here and stoned the trainmen. The engineer, 'William Barr, was struck in the head by a heavy stone and instantly killed. Ilrakeman A. J. Harahman was hit in the back and bad ly hurt. The strikers continued throwing atonea until everv winrinw in rliaMh. and engine was brokeu out. Excitement is it-'iiae. uiucers are in not pursuit ol the strikers. The dead engineer and In jured brakeman's homes are in Tcrre Haute. The assailants of the engineer have not been captured. It is understood that the militia will be ordered to this city at once, and a strong effort made to arrest all par ticipants in the stone throwing. The freight preceding the one upon which Barr was killed was also stoned by a crowd of striken and the windows in the caboose engine were broken. STOPPED UNCLE SAM'S MAIL, Because la the Same Train There ITere Some Coal Can. Brazil, Ind., June 7. The first out break of lawlessness made by the miners of this county for the past few days was made when a crowd of striken stopped the ; mixed train carrying freight and passengera between this place and Clay City. The train was hauling several can of coal taken from a sidetrack near Clay City and was bound for Chicago. The minen, who had been diligently guard ing the coal, quickly organised a crowd of several hundred to stop the train. The train carries the United States mail and it was thought that the minen would permit the train to come to this city when aware of that fact, but they were unruly and obstinate and refused to allow the train to move. J nit a tittle Ahead of the Mob. "Wasuingtov, Ind., June 7. Minen stopped a freight train carrying four cars of coal at Montgomery, seven miles east of here and two miles west of Cannelburg, on the B. and U. Southwestern, and com pelled the men to sidetrack the can. Sheriff Liming took a special np and hooked to the detached can and brought them into this city. The minen here, fifty in number, congregated at Montgomery station, half a mile east of the switch, but before they had time to get to where the coal was sidetracked the sheriff had gone. They endeavored to jump on the moving train and pull the pius, but the train was going too fast. TAKE A NOVEL POSITION. Cripple Creek Striken Insist oa Belng A mated by the Military. CmrrLE Cueek, Colo., June 7. There will be no battle between the fortified un ion minen on Bull Hill and the array of deputy sheriffs who are now encamped on Beaver Creek, less than five miles from Bull Hill, unless a treacherous move is made by one aide or the other. The aspect of affairs was decidedly warlike nntil 8 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Although the deputies cut all the telegraph wires between this city and Midland the minen were quickly informed by their scouts of the advance of the sheriff's force, and pre pared for battle. They were willing to submit to the militia, but declared they would never be arrested until the troops arrived. Mayor Lindsay and President Parker, of the Firs National bank, called up Sher iff Bowers by telephone and begged him to stop his deputies nntil the troops could reach camp. The sheriff agreed to this and there is every reason to believe that there will be no further hostilities, Alex Mcintosh, representing the miners, an nounced that they would lay down their arms immediately on the arrival of the state troops. The deputies will follow the troops to the minen' camp and serve war rant which they are said to hold for 2J0 strikers. Strike lUenden Arrested. SULLIVAN, Ind., Junr 7. One of the leaders of the striken named John Bullock has been arreted here on a warrant. Bullock is a desper ate character and once laid in jail several months on a charge of killing an old man whose turnip patch he was engaged in robbing. The man was killed with a turnip. The military had a rough time punuing the miscreants who burned the coal cars, as they had to march through rain and mud on a fruitless expedition. The night was quite cold, bnt the soldien endured their discomforts like veterans. WILL RESIST OLNEY'S CLAIM. Mrs. Stanford Not Inclined to Pay That 15,000,000 A LcJ? Tlew. San Fbajjcisco, June 7. Great excite ment has been caused nere by the claim for (15.000,000 filed against the Stanford estate by Attorney General Olney as a preliminary step to force the govern ment's claim against the original holden of the Central Pacific grant. Mrs. Stan ford in an interview has stated that the government's claim will be resisted to the fullest extent of her ability. She regards the proceedings in the nature of a test case, and is not surprised at the filing of the claim. Further than these state ments she will not talk. An idea of the probable defense was given by Mr. Wil son, Mrs. Stanford's attorney. t In an interview he said: "The opinion of the attorney general of the Uuited States is entitled to a great deal of consideration, but he is proceeding on a wrong assump tion. 1 do not t hink the government will ever be alio to collect anything from the estate of the late Leland Stanford. The government issued the bonds to aid in the construction of the Central Pacific railroad, but neither Mr. Stanford nor any one else ever agreed to pay the government back. The bonds operate as a second mortgage. "It is not a debt, and while the attorney general is perfectly ritrht that in Cali fornia the members of a corporation are personally responsible for the debts of the corporation, he is wrong in assuming that the mortgage is a debt. You cau't com pel a man to pay a mortgage. If I borrow (1,000 on a piece of property valued at (500 the holder of the mortgage cannot compel me to par it when it becomes due. lie can foreclose the mortgage and take the property, and that is alL" Kelly" Men Not Allowed to L4tna. Cairo, Ills., June 7. The advance guard of Kelly's fleet, consisting of three boats and twenty-five men, attempted to make a landing here but were prevented by special officers who are patroling the levee They crossed to the Missouri side of the river, where they will await the ar rival of Kelly and the rest of the navy. One hundred special policemen are guard ing the approaches to the city and this numlier will probably be doubled. The authorities are determined to Iftep theiu out of the city. Toeblo Again Inundated. Pueblo, Colo., .Tune 7. This city is again inundated. The Arkansas river is not as high by ten inches as it was on last Thursday, but Fountain creek is much higher. Wuter oa the north side is five inches lower than the highest point reached last week; on the south side it is much lower. The damage is not very great except to railroads, which are bad ly washed. No trains are running except on the Trinidad branch of the Rio Grande. Wires are down and the extent of the damage is not known. Waterworks Have to l:w Wood. Evansville, June 7. The coal supply here is almost exhausted. The water works fires arc now being fed with wood. Suspension of the streetcar service is threatened on account, of lack of fueL A Little Oirl's Kzoenencs in a L-.ghtiome. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott are keepers of the Gov. LiVhtlionse at Sand Beach, Mich, and are Messed with a daughter, four years old. Last April she was take'n down with measles, followed with a dreadful cou;Ti and turning into a fever. Doctors at home and at Detroit treat ed her, but in vain, she grew worse rapidly, until she was a mere "hand ful o- bones." Then the tried Dr. King's New Discovery and after the use of two and a half bottles, was completely cured. They sav Dr King's New Discovery is worth its weight in gold, yet y ou may try a bottle free at Ha'rtz & Ullcnieyer's. STKENGTII AND HEALTH. If you are not feeling stronf and healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "La Grippe" has left you weak and weary, use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts directly on liver, stomach and kidneys, gently aiding these organs to perform their functions. If you art; afflicted with sick headache, vou will find speedy and a permanent" re lief by taking Electric Bitters. One trial will convince you that this is the remedy you need. Large bottles only 50c, at Jlartz & Ullemever's. BCCKLEN S ARNICA SAlVb. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers salt rheum Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin erup, tions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Harts & Ullemeyer "BoyaJ Kuby" Rye Whisky Is s "Bye as is a Eye," naturally ripened and ree from all foreign Savor and adulterant, guar anteed pare and over eleven yean of age, reeom mended to toe connoieaenr at a meritorious arti cle worthy of the coofHenoe of invalids, conva letcenta and the aged. See that our name 1 blown In bottle . $1.00 per quart bottle. "HOTAI. EUBV" POKT WINE, pure, old and mellow, therefore best adapted for invalids, convalescents and the aged. It restores lost vitality, create strength and appetite, builds np the weak and debilitated. Quart, SI. Pint, (0 cents. Put ap on honor and guaranteed bv ROYAL WINK, CO Chicago, for sale at Harper House Pharmacy, and by William Ctendrnln, Xoliiw. Question. What is this I hear so much about Industrial insurance? Answer. It is ordinary life insur ance on a plan especially adapted to the requirements of the great mass of the people. Sometimes it is called "famiiv insurance." Q. Why so? A. Because all the healthy mem bers of the family are eligible all be tween the ages of 2 and 70. Q. Is there any difference in the cost of insuring males and females? A. No. Q. What is the expense of a policy on this plan? A. From five to sixty cents per week, according to the amount of insurance needed. Q. Are any extras required for initiation fees, admission charge, medical examination, contribution to expense, or otherwise? A. Not a cent. Nothing is re- quired but the stated weekly pre mium. The Industrial plan gives a fixed amount of insurance at a fixed cost, known definitely beforehand, and this cost never increases. Q. Some time and trouble, I sup pose, are necessary in going to your office to pay the premiums. A. None. The company sends its collectors to the homes of its policy holders every week. Q. Suppose we change our resi dence? A. Simply tell us where you are going, and an agent will wait upon you in any city in the United States in which the company is located; and if outside these limits will be in. structed how to keep the policies alive. Q. How long do you take to pay claims after death? " A. The money is sent the day the home office receives the proof. Q. Arc there many companies doing industrial insurance in this country? A. A half dozen; but the Metro politan is known the world over as the leading industrial insurance com pany of America. Q. Then you must be doing quite a business. A. Well, yes. We have over three million of policies now out standing more than half of all the life insurance policies in force in the. Lmteil Mates. Q. How much will it take the Metropolitan this year to pay its death losses? A. Over five and-a-half million of dollars. Q. Into how many families will that go? A. Over sixty thousand. Q. How much are you worth in other words, what are your assets? A. Over nineteen million dollars. Q. It must take quite an army of men to attend to your business? A. Yes; more than ton thousand people are in the company's service. Q. Is your work confined entirely to industrial insurance? A. No; ordinary life and endow ment policies from $1,000 are issued, the premium lieing payable annually or quarterly, and all claims being immediately paid on receipt of the proofs. Q. Have you any branch office in this city? A. Yes. One has been established at 1522 Fifth avenue, with J. S. Latham as assistant superintendent. Q. Will you need the services of agents or others in introducing your business here? A. Yes. A few active, energetic men can secure steady, permanent and paying positions, with oppor tunity for merited advancement, upon application to the company's branch oiliee at 1522 Fifth aveuue. Militia After Frye'a Men. ClXCIXXATi, June J. A special from Charleston. W. Va.. to The ('nmmon.ui Gazette says: The governor telegraphed the sheriff of Wood county to take the militia and use all effort eral Frye's men, who stole a passenger tow, iuu jnu mem iu est Virginia. Ja:k Jenks was a victim of liver complaint, llif strength was exhausted, hit pulse had grown faint. He had ulcers and tun ore, and all rortsofha ciors. And the ills that he ruff cred wr uld weary a taint. Folks said that Jack Jeuks wculd ucver be cared, But Jock mid he would that they might be as sured. P'erce" O. M. Pipcovery wrought hi recovery After all t".e poor fel o so !uu had endured. . btich a multitude of serious, distressing, ind often fatal maladies pring from a disordered linr. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery create a healthy action of thi important organ, and the ilia which ha fe their origin there, each a bad blood, biiiousnera, imligection ind djs pepsia can be cured by it nemistcnt use. A SAMPLE CAKE Of Woodburr'e Facial Snap and lfanate book OB Boenty and DermatoluKT. Fartal beveloa luent, Superfluous Hatr, Wrinkle. Pim ple. Kcspma and all Skin and scalp Imperfection cent aealed to any addreu for 10 cents. John li. Woodbury Dernutological Institute. 1870. 125 W. 424 SC. N.Y. John Volk: 5c Co. exniBAL CONTRACTORS H0TJ3E BUILDERS. MenntactBrers of Sash, Doors, Blinds. Siding, Flooring n ainscoaung, And all kinds wood work for balloon. KfihteeaUi St. bet. Third and FoarU Teaa. BOCK ttlUU to-ilUESiklEoyi No man can afford to nave a aick Wife or Daughter, nor, in such times as these, A big Doctor bill. Zoa Phora cures' the sickness, eaves the bills. 'WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RuISt "otr at eairiMA neiMi, APOLIO DAVIS CO: UEATIXU AMD VENTILATMia EKUIKEEKS. A complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose, Fire Brick, etc. DAVIS BLOCK, Moline, 111. Telephone 2053. Residence J. M. -DEALER IX- Wholesale and retail dealer in Flour, Feei, Grain, Hay and Straw. Proprietor of Cjclone Roller Mills. All kinds of grinding dene to order. Agent for the GEO. TILESTOX MILLING CO.'S WORLD'S BEST OF ALL FLOUR in the world. Ask for it and It convinced. Nice Fresh Meal and Feed alwajs on hand. 1601 Tclepkono 115S. PASTEUR'S SMALL POX PREVENTIVE The Best Disinfectant Ready Trade supplied by HORST VON KOECKRITZ, corner Fifth ave nue and Twenty-third street. Fifth Avenue Pharmacv. Sole A -ect, Rock Island. Manufactured by the Pastaur Chemical Co., Xew Ytrk. T. F. BURKE, JOHN JOERS, Vice President. President. Plumbers, Steam and Gas Fitters. Rock IslacJ Heating and Plumbing: Co. Hot Water Heating Beer Pumps 119-121 E. 17th St. Rock Island, 111. Tel. No. 1288 Sole Agents (or the Fnrman. CHAS. DAIHXrACHEB, Preprietoroi 0 S JlH kinds of Cat Flower cotm&Ltj os hurt. block from Centra Park, largest la Iowa. JOHN KONOSKY, Carpenter and Builder. OFFICE, NO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE. 8hop on Vin 8treet ROCK ISLAND. City "Bus and Express Line. For Bns or Express Line telephone 1141, and you will receive prompt attention. ' YIJSBHELLABE ft 8PENCEB. Frc?B 8E1YEB3 & ANDERSON, CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS. AH Einda of Carpenter Work Dona. Qoascal JnkMng 4oas oa short antics tai aaharactloa gnarant d. nwuLia rrtUM THE USE OP Gas and Steam Fitting Sanitary Plumbing Largest and best equipped estallishme-t west of Chicago. 1112, 114 West Seventeenth street, Telephone 1118. Kotk ls:Ml Telephone 1169. SOHAAB. and 1603 Fourth Ave. A PREVENTATIVE FOR Small Pox, Cholera, Typhoid and Scarlet Fevers, Diphtheria, E;c for Use. ERNEST WAGNER. tk-c. and Tress. of the Brady (treat IE IB! Flcwer store Sut Eml; rtrcet, TraviTp-irt. rl'.'.,. q TSlTwsOfUBtrawt. BOCXIBLaHO