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-7 .i f Wiioi Proa ,. riiiiH. T. Kindt having ! m plftt" control of the :it the U.I tlf A Tit 9-4 TOWER ;, ' . jjs to announce ; ,:- v.. i l the entire Midway !, :...-;f.v-:jr KKKK. Xo , : r remission to any , ,i. - rtainmects evrrv ; : ii: i:. lYr One Week Only. 1 ii' ny attractions anl tit s nf thp Mi.Innt A , pcrformancca free! ' vis it. This week K Bargains .'!. worth N.1 fii i: . " nr. :s : Morgan ;V v-, r I 5.- .'. -j.) ! I'iipo T. 43 : " ' 1'.'5 75 I itic Oriran. almost new, north (.il 7-nctavc "iiarc? piano. . ! Oran if taken at oucc. ftOODYATT&Co. :T rcnnil Ave. Kock Inland. . : 1 Uuenth Street,. Molinc. ..? ' rr " r' H"5 Cloves f.5c BENNETT'S (Hove and Kur .More INKERS' aiiuflry, hrs iToryihirg Frsn a Fine I-i Hisdirctiaf to a Circza Teat No. i;?4 Third'Ave. fe L. J. FA.RSER. ; hortf. No. 1214. o b 3 a 0 eS P. 9 M 0 O ta -' ' M I. f ...t I CO Z s" 5 0 p ca K, o 1 r CIS o u 2 KKOWLEDGE JWnp comfort nnd impraremcnt an.1 t01" enjoyment Then right. y nsea. The many, who live bet-U-r than others end enjoy Jif0 more, wiih Ipm rxpcndi'iire, l.y more i.romi.Uy daptmsr t!. world' W prrllncts to the needs f i.hy.i.-al being, will nfxst thoraluo to With of the pure lieuid satire principles embraced ia the remedy. Syrup of Figs, It cscu'lenco is due to its preentins in the form most necept.-l.ie and rlcn nt to the ta.te, the rel nvhinp and truly beneficial prirlics of a i rfcct lax ativc ; ohciitnully cleansing the pvstem, aiMitlling c.?i:s, headaches nnd "fevers and permanently curing eorrtipntion. It has piven Mtifaction to millions and fcet with tho approval of the medical profeiwion, bccnus it acts on the Kid neyii, Liver and Dowels without weak ening them and it i perfectly free from every objeti .limbic substance. Syrup of Tip for sale by all drnp frists in 5(c and $1 bottles, but it is man ufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, wh'fc-e name is printed on every package, no the na;ne, Syrup of Figs, and U'ing well ir.forniedvou will not accept any substitute if otfered. "NO HELP FOR HUBER." Said the Hoctnr who Advised Him to Try the Climate or Florida. It is an interesting: Morv that Mr. trctlrrii'k Ilulier, of No. 1321 Fortv seeond htreet, Koek Island, tells of his innesv, treatment and cure A- i. I w 's- V V-a-veS-5, 'dffl v V 9 - me. fi;f.if.rick III BCG. I bean to suffer from the effects of chronic catarrh and lun trouble."' said Mr. Iluber, who is employed by the Hock Island Lumber company Last tall I bad to give up work. Physicians w hom ! consulted told me that there was no help for rue. Thev Not sntis.'ied w ish t heir opinion. I decided to consult specialists. Mv interview with Irs. M:k khouse anil lanil nuirki the turning point in my career. fr I verily believe that these physicians dared my life. I learned from them that the climate of Kock Inland is good enonh to lire in. I began to feel improve ment from the beginning of their treatment. I am still gaining in strength and weight every day, and now do as much work as ever. In fact I feel liclter than I have for three or four years, and am positive that the Stackhotise & Daniel system of treatment cannot be excelled. Drs. Stackhouse & Daniel. RPE'IATISS Catarrh. Anthma, Dieftpc of the Kvr, Ear. No'. Ttiront Miid Lnrrn. Mrrrniin Diu;, itloud and sain tlacwi-a. Chronic Dir caw. New and permanent oflices. suite 1. MeCuIloiigh IJililding. No. 121 West Third street, between Urady and Main, Havenport, Iowa. omcc TJonrn W a. in. to 12 m . . t to 4 and 7 to p. m. : San'tT, s to ft n. m. i.nly. rrrmnnriitir rsinliliilicd, centrally locate!, cuapliUily t-quipiwil. Rupture Cnrei NVo '1 Ucrl No blood drawn No loss of time. Cure positive and legally guaranteed. MOVED. We are now at 1610 Second Avenue. KOHN & ADLER Wholesale Liquors. READ fUl A Ul WILL WHAT inl Inl DO It will Clean Silks and Woolen Goods, Kibbons. Curtains and Carpets. It has no rpial tor Cleaning House. Killing Moths and Removing Crease Spots. ron Heed It. Saves lionej and Labor. FOR SALS eVCRVWHCMB. PRICE IS CENTS A CAKE OR TWO CAKES Address Hand H. Pes Moinss. Iowa. THE ARQU3, HAVEMEYERHEARD Sugar Trust King Before tha Senate Inquirers. "SPECIAL" STATEMENTS ALL FALSE, AcrorUnE to the Man Wh Onght tm mtrrlew with Cleveland or Itraedlrt-lntenriewa with Senators and Their Object The Dlarnasloa at Brloe'a Honae Intereatina; Infornation About Campaign Contribntiona. Wastiingtos. J nne 13. -The senate sngai inquisition bad another star witness to question wben H. O. Havemeyer. the head of the "sngnr trust," took the stand and told what he did not know abont any sin uosity in the eonrse of the sufjar schedule He said the preseut tariff bill was an nn itisfartory one to the refiners, because the differential of one-eighth of a cent was not snflicient to afford all the protec- tion which their interest sh mild in iro ceived. He confessed that he had advo- c.ueii ti:e ad valorem systeni.and w.isgrat itird tl.at it bad been adopted to the ex tent that it was, tmttven with this con cession be declared the schedule was far from sat isiactory. He dented all knowl edge of speculation in sngnr stocks by United Stlos senators, and Generally do llied that there was auy material truth in the published statements upon which the inquiry is based. Ilomn'l Kvcn Know Cleveland. II.iyein. jvr was asked about the pub lislu'd statement that he bad either on Mr. 11 U. lt.iedict's yacht or at Green wich, Conu been in consultation with Cleveland and Ilenedict in ISili, alter Cleveland's nomination for the presidencv alKiut tlie sugar interests as affected by the lluwaiiuii treaty. Iu this Havemeyer said there was '"not one word of truth " lie also declared that no such consultation had ever occurred at any time or place He added that lie did not know Cleveland nnd had never seen bini. l'urthermore he had never exchamrrd a tvur.l n it I, t,.... diet oa the subject of ir . on nny other business matter. He said he bud come to Washington early in March, after the tariff bill bad passed the house, with the hope of gettiij; a hearing before the finance committee, and bail gone to Vest to nsk him it it would not be possible to secure a hearing by the com mittee. Itia Interviews with Sumfnrt. Vest, had said no, but bad agreed to auou mm to explaiu the sugar question to him ( est) individually, and ue had done so, meeting Vest twice. In these in terviews lie lluii niinnu...) ...... .!.... , . uiuj uu 1IIW sugar, but had snia thut if there was to he uuuij iiMiuuiii ue an ml valorem, and lu.d represented that a differential of one quarter of a cent ou refined sugar was iu oisieusable to the existence of the sugar reliuiug inten-Kt in ihis country. He had not lieeii particular u het.ier this differen tial should be ml valorem or specilic, but wanted the duty ou r;w sugarad valorem. He theu explained his mterview with Jones at Senator Cnnulcn's rooms and with Caffcrv at llriets houne. He had talked with Jones about three quarters of un hour about the different systems of levying duty, and about the cost of reliu iug stipar in this and other countries. The Visit to llrire'a Mouse. Ho said that he had lpcn invited to Unit's house by thill senator to meet. Cattery, and wncu he met hi in merely U't.Ilt ClVer t !. lll'.-ll (t.eTit- f,-,f un ...I ....I..- duty. Havemeyer said he had pone to ." 4ifii,ui nii aerren, 0111 not jor the purpoj of seeing seualors or representa lives. CONTP.1EUTIONS TO PARTIES. I'ulirjr uftbe Trut Always to Give to tho Majority. Havemeyer made some rather startling statements toward the close of his testi mony, lie was asked about the contribu tions of the sugar trust to the campaign luiids of political parties cud said that the records of the trust showed that such rontriliutionswere mnde.but that theywere tiimle to the state committees, not to the ii.ilioniil committees. He was asked if the contributions of the trust were given to both luirties iu the same state and re plied: "On, no." "How do you arrange it?' lie was asked. 'Well, New York is a Democratic state; we give to the Democrats there, and to liie Republicans iu .Massachusetts. We Lever give to the minority." "D.u you contribute to the eat:-snap-jiers:-" i.sked lnlue "tlh, no. 1 am quite sure on that point. Nothing to the nhti-suappers." Havemeyer could not remember the amounts contributed by the sugar trust to the diflerelit campaign funds, but he I rtmiib-.-d to turnish theui if he could get tii" in. Cord Meyer was called after Havemeyer finished. He gave the committee little or no iutormatiou. lie had conversed with Senator Smith on the subj 'ct of sugar, aud IhtIiiijis other senators. He was asked if the sugar trust or any of its ageuts had i in ployed any senator or representative as au attorney or in auy other capacity dur ing the time the bill was pending in either house, aud he uuswered iu the negative. This question was put iu several forms, hut each time answered the same way. SCME MORE CHANGES IN PROSPECT. Miiitihc'tttliiii of the Inroine Tax a Subject t oiler t'wiislderation. WasmsutoS, June IS. There is some prosiect of important changes in the in ternal revenue part of the tariff bill and of further moUilicatious of the income tax feature. The tiuauce committee has beeu considering a suggestion looking to the dropping of ull the purely administrative pans of the bill, which would result iu leaving the present administrative law on the statute books. The committee is undecided what, if any, changes will be made in the income tax, but is considering prepositions for its modification which it is believed will make the bill acceptable in this resjiett to Democratic senators who oppose the tax. Details are difficult to obtain, but it is un derstood that is any changes are made there will be a shorter limitation of time for the bill to remaiu in effect. V. T. I'.ayes, of 2-105 Jones street, Omaha, Neb., nays of Parks' Sure t'ure: "My wlfo has been constitu tionally wrecked for years. Tried everything fruitlessly." My drug gist's persuasion backed by his guar antee, induced mo to buy a bottle of Parks' Sure Cure. The" results are trulv wonderful. Parks' Sure Cure for (be liver and kidneys is a positive specific for the diseases ol women.'' WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13. 1894. COKDOTA. Cordova, Jane 12. Alfred Peter son, the jovial farmer ol our town, is settinj; 'em tap quite regular on the strength of a new boy, making three in all. J. P. Saunders, of tlillsdale, was in town attending the funeral. L. H. Gardner, of Port Byron was in Cordova today on business. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Hoke are still receiving congratulations on the ad vent of the new son in their home. Joseph Sexton, the promising young and popular Cordovian, has accepted a position as station a"ent of the C, M. & St. P. at Albany. Capt. John Hugnnin, of the steam er Joe Long, of Cordova, is wearing a 4-inch smile these days in spite of the prevailirg warm weather. The cause is attributed to the arrival of a new 10-pound boy at his house, who arrived last Sunday night. John (Jilpin, a prosperous farmer and business man of Cordova, will, in a few days, leave for the far east, to be gone live months. Mr. Gilpin, through press of business, has long denied himself this long-desired and contemplated visit, but will now pro ceed east and spend the summer with the many frienas, scenes and recollec tions of 'his childhood. The M. W. A. of Cordova and sur rounding towns are soon to have a big excursion and picnic at the Watch Tower at Kock Island. Low rates will be made on railroads and steamers alike, and a magnificent success of this undertaking is as sured. Dates atd other particulars will be given in due time. Cordova is unusually fortunate this year, inasmuch as lier business men have no cause for complaint of dull times. The crop outlook is bet ter than the average over the state. The coal famine does not affect this district, grain and corn is to be had in abundance, and business generally seems buoyant. During the past 10 days big shipments of cattle have been billed here, home cattle, hogs and horses being the stock, and Chi cago the market. Collections of all kinds arc good, and a confident feel ing in all branches of commerce is predominant. Tho Cordova ball team, by the way, is rapidly marching on to vic tory and fame. The home team is an agressivc looking body, and put up a good game. They have handsome uniforms, consisting of red panta loons ami cream-colored shirts, with the letter -C" characterized on the front. The Cordova club will cross bats with the Zuma team at Shan non's grove on Sunday, and an ex cellent game is promised for the edi fication of the audience, which un doubtedly will be large. The record of the home team, while not lieing rated at 100 per cent, is not consid ered at a low ebb, when it is shown that out of A games il has won three. Cordova will be pleased to meet any neighboring team in a friendly wav, and can assure strange teams of every courtesy and accommodation. One of the largest funerals that ever took place in this town, oc curred today, when the remains of William Golden Marshall were con veyed to the cemetery of this place, and interred. Mr. Marshall was one of the oldest, as well as one of the wealthiest men in this section. He was born in Hopewell, X. J., in 1820, and moved to Illinois in 1839. but two years later he returned to New Jersey. Not satisfied with his old home, he again set out for Illinois, arriving here in 112, where he has resided ever since. In May, 1817, he married Catherine Phillips, who died in 1856. The children of this union, three in number,, died while infants. In 1S57, he took a second wife in the person of Klizabeth Hum phrey, who now survives him, to gether with his three brothers and three sisters, namely: -Jacob IL, Theodore aud John "Marshall. Mrs. Sarah Smith. Elizabeth Crosby and Mary Ann Kgc. Mr. Marshall died at 4 o'clock Saturday, aged 78 years, 10 months and G days. Having !ecn for years a strict Baptist, he was a faithful and influential adherent of the church. Hi8 generosity aud kindness were proverbial, his "chari ty boundless, and he was loved and esteemed by all both old and young. The services both at the church and the grave, were conducted by Kev. Koaeh, formerly of Kane," Green county. After a touching, impres sive and well delivered eulogy and sermon, the remains were followed by a cortege, including farmers from miles around, to their last resting place. Mr. Marshall had been an extensive grain merchant and farmer, and Cordova, besides having lost a wise counsellor, will miss one of her foremost and staunch business men. Nothing StmiiKe. Intelligent people, who realize the important part the blood holds iu keeping the body iu a normal condi tion, find nothing strange iu the number of diseases Hood's Sarsapa rilla is able to cure. So many trou bles result from impure blood, the best way to treat them is through the blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla vital izes the blood. Hood's pills are the best after dinner pills, assist digestion, pre vent constipation. 'Royal Kaliy ajye Whisky Is "Rye a Is a Rye," natnrally ripened and reo from all foreign flavor aud aUnlteranta, iroar anteed pare and over eleven year of age, recom mended to tbe connoisseur aa a meritorious am cla worthy or tho confidence of Invatids, conta leacenta and the aed. See that our name ia blown la bottle. $1.00 per quart botile. "ROYAL RUBV" FORT WINE, pare. oH aiid mellow, therefore best adapted for lnrali.ls. coovakficenta and tbe aevd. ll mMora lost Vitality, creates atrenctb and appetite, biitlda ap tbe weak and oebiliUited. QuaiM. 1 - Plata, toccata. I'm Bp on honor and guaranteed by KOTAL WIKZ. COn Cbicaao. at Harper Howaa Pbumacy. and by William ClaadcBln, Molina. Toorlat Bate. In addition to the nsual rates to summer resorts in all parts of the country, the C, R. I. & P. railway offers greatly reduced rates during the present season to the various points both cast and west, at which conventions, reunions, etc., will be held. If you contemplate a trip any where during the summer, it will pay yon to call at the Rock Island route ticket office for full informa tion regarding these special induce ments to travelers, or to write to V. II. Fli mmek, Ticket Agent. L. M. Allex, Gen'l Ag't., Davenport. I TheGrcatHealthDrink are, sure nnd reliable. Alwava on time. A pleasure and a delight. Com fortable, enjovahie. MIRES Kootbeer A 25c. pkg. makes S gallon. RoJd twiymhnr. Jo. rauDp tor tmuiiful picture eanl, and book. The Chaa. E. Hires Co., I'hUadr.lnhla. LKGAL HHKrllh MASkTKU M MLll. STATE OP ILLINOIS, Rock Isukd Couktt, f ' In On circuit court, in chancery: Tinman S. Silvls, vs. Ida S. Jamerson. Pelle snitti, Alice smith. Olura H smith nnd bjen rl rt. t ilvis I'.ir.inon gi neral o Notice is hereby niven that b virtue of a de cree ot said conrt entered in the o..ve entitled cause on tbe Tth di y of June. A. I. ISM. I shall on Sa nrday. the Mdidxyor July. A. fl. ISiW. ai the hour of -J o'clock in liie afteiii.mn. at the north dot rof the conrt house, in the city of Kock Irlsnrt, In sai l rouiuj of Hockli-Iand. to fatisfy satd de cr?-e. sell at public vendue to ti-.c hhh-st biiider npn the f lloiii! terms that "cer tain parcel of l.;nd. s'itume in tbe conntv oi hoc Iand and stale of Illinois, knova am de scribed a follows. to-it : iTb writ seven e;ght (',) of lbs east hsir of th sonthwest fractional qiwrlor sotitti of ihe Ind an boundary line, of section thirty-two (K), In township eijriueen (IS), north of rainre one il, east of the r'ourlft princu al meiiJiin. containhii; ah lit tiftr-one and ei:hten one-hnadredth (51 18-ltiii) seres of html, nrflui inir all the eitnte and :isht of dower of siid Ke'le Stritl t Herein as wul'i of A b?n L. Smifi. deceased. Terms or Sale One halt ih down at the tim of said sule. nnd other half upon a credit of one yetr with interest at the rate of 6 per cent Iter annnm from th tim of such n, said de ferred aytnetit to be pectired hv mortraire npon the irriiiixps sold: with the option to the pur-eha-er to pny tfp whole of sai.t purchase price In cah if so dr-ired Ded at Hoc Island Ihis 12th day of June. A. 1. lifL IIAKOLII A. WELli. Fpeciui Va-ter in Chanceiy. IlKXflV Cvktis, Coniiilainimt's Milicitor. Notice to Contractors. Sealed proposal will be received at the city clerk's office. Itock li-iaud. 111., noli) Koi dsy June IS 1MII, at 5 o'clock p in., for ennsiruciinc the imprort meats ordered by an ordinance of said city, entitled "sn or1n.ance tor the im provement of Mneteemh str. eu from the south line of Konrtli averuc M ih" north line of Mxth avei.nt rnrnimr est, and Siith avenue from 'he west line of Twentieth street to the west line rf Nineteenth street rnr.nlng south, and Nineteenth street from lit; souih hue cf S xth avenue t the north curh 1 te of t'rvctth avenue, all in the city of Rotk Island, II," passed April IB, 1S91, and lorfams-hin.-all tbe materials, and doinir the work acccirdirp to tite plns and spt-cificntior.s on Ulc at thr clry cli-rk's office. All bld4 murt bts accomoat::ed with a certified rheck in the aum of J.Wti Ht payahle to tt-e or der of the mayor of said ciiy, which shall be roTe fat felted t' faidc ty ir. case ihe fclflrter shall fail to enter into co'ifact with approved sureties to en-cute the work for the price mentioned in his bid and according to the plans and sptciflcations in the eVJiit that the contract eha'l he awarded to him. (lont-actors are 'e)atre1 to furnih samples or brick with which work is to t.e done. Brii k used in the work must correspond with the eam ples iu qnalliyant s'vle. Kock lsliind, 11'.-, M iv 19. A. D.'ULESiSG. City Oerk. PFOPOSALS FOIl OKDNAXCE SVPPUE?. Fock lslan4 Arsenal. Uork Is and. t',1 . June 13, lS'.U sealed pro o sis. in tiiplh-ate, will he received umii a o'clock p. m.. on KiflllAV, Jt LY 1 lstil.fo fiinii-liins ded cotton duck, blankets. Iota e. sil.tr, siee! tin. brass iron Copper and briss rivets a id bnr'. iron brass and copper wrv;niK e-rews. tack-, bolt, nuts, leather, ibrcat. io c, duck, nniius. oils, chemical, paper, cleanim and polish nj muteTinls, fi'.in, iumlw. &c. titirlnir the fiscal year endinff June 3.1, 1 8'Jo- Ail in oriuuii n t.trnt-tiKd on applica tion to Colonel A. It. BCFFIcnUTVN. Ord Dept. Complete Manhood and how to attain it. At list a medi al work that t.;ll the causes, describes the efens, points the remedy. Th'a Is scier.Ulcalir the most valuable, artistically the most beautiful medical book that has ap peared for jean; 96 !a;es every page bearing a half-tone lllnstratioa in tints. Some of the subjects treated are Nervous Debility, Impo tency. Sterility, Developctnsnt. Varicocele, The Huebanl, Those intending Marriage, etc Every nan who would know the grand truths, tbe plain facts, the old secrets, and the new discoveries of medical ac ence as applied to married life, aha w.inli atone far past follies and avoid ruttirc pitfalls should write for this w .n.lertul lime book. II w ill lie sent free under teal. Address the publishers. h.n.. Medical . buSalo. H V. miu bath noons Baths of all kinds, including Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec tric, electro-thermal, etc., may be obtained at the Sanitarium Bath Rooms, on the first floor of the Harper House. ROOMS OPFN. Kor I td'es 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 6 a. m. to 11 a. m. fur Gentlemen only. Electric and Electro-thermal baths may be obtained at any time dnring business hours. Gymnasium connected with bath rooms it floats 15 MOT LOST ms PROCTE a OMtoLC co. com. Sustain Home Industry On Tap every where. Only Union labor employed. The Rock Island Brewing Company, success ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I. Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's Bottling Works, has one of the most complete Brewing establishments including Bottling de partment in the country. The product is the very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo line avenue by Telephone. The Moline Mctnnr, Ills. Mmalacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAG03S rail and complet. line of Platform and ether Spring Wagons, spectaily aaaptaatoti weatcra Iraoo.ot esparto workmanship acd ajilsh litnsiraied fnce Uat rrwa as aopiicatioa. See the MOulJiJs WAtiUa before oarcbaai&x IMCOKPOKATKO t'NDEB TUB STATE LAW Roek Island Savings Bank, Bock Island, III. Open dally from I a. m. to 3 p. and Saturday eventags from 7 to 8 o'cMk. Fire percent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal col lateral or Real Estato security, on icaas: t. L. MTTCEELL, Pre it. TP C. DSSKMANN. Vice Preat. J M, BCFOEO. CashHt. DmrcToHa: P. L. MItch.il, K. C, Oonkmacn. John Crobangb. Phil MltcbstL H.P. Hsll. L. SlE on. C W Hurst, J. M. Buford, John Votk. 4 Jackson A Bean, 6olMtora. Began baaioeas July t, 10, ac occupy the southeast comer of Mitchell I mde'l new allda g J. T. DIXON MEItCHANT TAITOR And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens. 1706 Second Avenue. ROSENFIELD BROS. PRACTICAL Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fittero, Honse HeaUne and Sanitary Plumbing. Basement Bosk Island Nat. Bank TT3 r"!Z" Q 0 rZk'lS RE8TORS t ixiXS6' a?1 can errooaleh.lity; I.caaXSaaal fomtTii eMbnasa, I , I inmluntrry Eminiaat worn aay canso. Lf wglu4. aoeb umiblts M tm r-- ' i ottr! Hi ihmt ity, 1 y.r Ihi tj ai3il.ab.Tn for t. With .vryaa. 1 "im-'1" ri -,ja vj HI, orva writtaa fwiv to cm For tale bj T.'H. Thomas, Druggist, sole gent, Bock Island. HL IN THE TUB. Call for Rock Island Brewing Co. Beer. Wagon Co. To BoaaariBLB.