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ME ARGUS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1894. BANKS. THE MOLTNXb STATE SATO7G5 BAITS, xxolin. Hi. OatratTortMr Pthofcitk slraet sad Third A CAPITAL tl 00.000.00. i pcnr nmsT mb m bsmti Organised aador MUM Laws. Op fie t . m. to I ., and Weanseday sac SMartiay strata fmaT to ftpai Foots a Barasan. rrealdeel U. A. Aiaawonrn, Vloa rcsalitanl a. r. bsaaawei. ... Caaaie nrter Mlnaar. W.W. Wall. O. A. Hum, M. H. grtwnrds, Andrew ruber. Um H. A. Almworta, W. H. Adama, V. r. HseMriway, Darllaa. Western Investments GCAJUNTKD REA ESTATE LOANS fat prmu partial la the pa iaa wae ogr ua Orchard State Bank at OMCUAKO, ITaBRASaA. a, W. Dane, President. J. S. Das Castle. NSFBKEWCES. aWr hell Lyade, Bankers, a. r. KoMnaon, uanoJat Hack Inland kaUonel Bank. i. carter, w. d. Mrnry lMita Mnaa, Wanlaeale Omara. Established 1883. "THE OLDBELIABLt" HATES 4 CLEAVELAITS EirEBAL mm RepraMBtinR over 40 Million Dollars of Cash assets Tiro Life. Tornado. Accident, MirlM, Employer's Liability INSURANCE. Bends of 8uncysnip. OrVICB BerMoa's block Hock imaad. Ills ra oar rates; thoj will lowest you. J. M. BUFORD, General . . . Insurance Agent. The old Pita and Tlma-trlea Companies rap rail clad. Losses Promptly Paid. Hates a lit as ralishla tompany can adora Yaa Patraoaaw solicited. RUPTURE Painlcsslj, Positively, Perfectly. Per manentlr. C-U-E-E-D Without Surgical Oreration ordeten tion from Business. Ho pay fat treatment nntn carad. Diseases of Kitnm:(:nrnalcunti nation. Stricture, Pus tires rranue or inning puss penaaasaur cared. n.tula eared without tha ue of keifs. Pllea removed wttboet pais at toe L!ei!:::I 2:d Surgical Institute DOCTORS A2rDnsoa & hose, WQKBK CONSULTATION IS FREE Pemaaentrr Located In tba Ryan Block, Second and atiaar streets, Davenport, Iowa, ALL AFFLICTED ABE WELCOME. Dr, Aadamm and Rosa ara graduates of tha leadtns- BMdical coIIckss of this country, and " Jwmn aapsnanoa la ua iraataeat C atonic iIiiimii. CATAKIUI. THROAT im t ram Tbay aaatasafull treat CMarrb, Throat and Laiuts, dlasassa of ttw dlscsttva orKans, dyspop- KIDKET ARD OBIXABT TrMbhM spaadllr rsmorsd. MBRVOUS D18EA8BS. aaraisoanUy oond by oar now atattaid of ueat TBI. LADtBS ATTLICfBD Soaolal attantiaa sIsm to all dlaaasa paealiar to woawa. Ktsi y facility am NTsataaja iw ta iTaaiaiam aaa Sua SOT - Jl ' ElMirioitj IM Solentlfio Applio HUH ariaautfcaiaaMfs,waaftcfaMaabr aloe Uolyaia. Loon Aam im nmiiti. Anuaahln artoiua; f rom rmoara Mood, aerof aaaaaaa, lattaf , taaiot, alcana, ate ta as aoasaltad caaadaatlv ky lattar or otaar . aa 4 csats fot asaatloa blaak. Addraaa S.lhQtMMH9 at sKNtlt Byaa Maok, Oaa DM. I '-vr if ) f . J A YOUNG GIRL'S FORTUNE. AN INTERESTING SKETCH. Wothlnw anix-ala so Kmnel to a mntkor'a affection as ber daogbur just budding Into vuBwiuuvu. ffuuuuj m au uihsuw : tjut daiiRblcr. Blancha, now 15 yen of aire, bud been terribly afflicted with nvrvousneto, and bad hat tho coliio nso of her right arm. Sho Was In auen a condition tbut vo bad to keep her tram sohool and ariamlon her munio les aons. In fact, we feared tit. Vitus danco, and ara pnaUlre but for an taivaloable remedy olio woukl have had that terrir.lt afllUtion. Wo bad employed physicians, but rtio received no baoent from them. The flret of last Auicost she Welshed hat lb Doands. and althnusn she h.4 token only three bottles of Kurviuu she note weighs 106 pound ; her nervouvnew and symp tatns of St. Vitus dance are entirely none, she attends school rcmilurly, and studies with cotn flurl and aan bhe baa teonverpd emnnlAtj. nn af bar arm, bcr appetite la splendid, and no aiaiej cmnu pnmn! ur out neugntcr tne Health lr. Itllei' Nervine has brought her. When my brother recommended the remedy I bad no tilth In patent medicines, and would Dot listen to him, but as a last resort he sent us a bottle, we beran giving It to Blanche, and the e fleet was almost Immediate." airs. K. B. duiiocjc, nrurninn. i. y. Dr. Miles' Kcstorntlve Nervine b mid by all ean(rBUon a positive puarautec. or sect direct by tna vr. much Memcai lo., Kikhart, in J., on receipt of price. 81 per bottle, six bottles lor S&, militr ot darurerous draan. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTORNEYS. a. o. coaimxT. B. D. COHHBU.T. Connelly & Connelly, Attorneys at Law. Office second floor, oyer Ultcuoll ft Lyndel bank. Money to loan. Jackson Sc Hurst, Attorneys at Law. . Office ta Rock Island National Bank bnildlng. a. a. swasaat. c i walk am. Sweeney & Walker, Attorneys and Conncellors at Law Office In Benfrstona Block. Charles J. Searle, Attorney at Law. Legal business of all kinds promptly attended to. State's Attorney of Hock Island county. Office, PnatorBca Block. McEniry & McEniry, Attorneys at Law. Loan money on (rood security; maae collec tions. Ralerenoe, Mitchell Lynda, bankers. Office, roatoffica Block. PDTHIOLAMS. Dr. R. Jay, Veterinary Surgeon. Office at Btsssscn's livery stable. Telephone 1115. Dr. Asay, Physician and Surgeon. 1134, Third Avenne. Telephone, 1170. office Hoars : 1 to 4 p. nu and at night, i. a. BOLLOwacaa, a. d. a. a. babth, a, s. Dtb. Barth & Hollowbush, Physicians and Surgeons. CtTice 40 23rd st. aaldaace 7S1 Stft at. Telephone 1MB omtia womas Dr. Barth Dr. Bollowlrash . totra.m, intola,m, I to 2 and 7 u 8 p, m, I I to A and 7 to 6 p. ai. Dr. Chas. M. Robertson, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only. Office, whlttaker Block, southwest corner Third and Brady streets. Davenport, Iowa Boom 17 and 18. 11 ours: S toll a. nu,I tot p.m. ARCHITECTS. Stocker & Kerns, Architects and Superintendents. Oilers for patent drawing. Room i T M C A Balldma Edward L. Bam matt, Architect. Office, Boom 41, Mitchell Lynde Building. Geo. P. Staudnhar, Architect. Plana and superintendence for all class of Batldmrn. Honmi 63 and 66, alitchell Lynda Baudls. Take elevator. UEMTISTS. R. M. Fearce, Dentist. Booms aad 31 la Mitchell at Lynda's Building. Take elevator. BEAD WHAT WILL DO It will Clean Silks and Woolen Goods, Ribbons. Curtains and Carpets. It has no equal for Cleaning House, Killing Moths and Removing Grease Spots. Xa tef It Sim Ksssy tzi Ui:r. PON ALB VBRYWHBIIB. PRICE 15 CENTS A CAKE OR TWO CAKES FOB 25 CENTS. HahpH. DeMcD. lo-m. MASKED ROBBERS Nearly Kill a Few People in Ply ing Their Trade. 03JE VICTIM NOT LIKELY TO LIVE. Two Keatacklans Have Fight Oawr BmklnrMgs and the Latter la Oss Tote Ahead Banning Fight with a Rob ber Benito in HI Death Whltreaa Caae In Michigan -freed a Prisoner to) Avert a Lynching. Beavek Falls, Pa., Aur. 31. Masked rolibera broke into the reHidence of Dr. A. Mercer of this place, and after ben ting the doctor anil his son into insensibility ransacked the house. The roblwra se cured but $1'J and a few pieces of jewelry. The doctor is in a critical condition ana it is feared will die. His skull is fract ured and his right side paralyzed. His a Rod mother who was kept quiet at the point of a revolver, is also in a serious condition from fright. Puiu.ii'snuKG, N. J., Angr. M. Three masked men entered the house of Phillip iteise, an aexl farmer, near Carpenters ville and covering him with revolvers de manded his money. Keise, who was do inR on a chair, showed fight, but was overpowed and almost clubbed to death. lue robbers secured a gold watch, a lot of silverware and $5U0 in gold which was hidden in an old trunk. Keise's wife and daughter whs ho terrified that they were unable to niatke ail outcry. There is no clew to the robbers. FOUGHT ABOUT BRECKINRIDGE. John King Kills Ills Friend After a Polit ical Argument. Lexisgtox, Ky., Aug. St. A duel to the death with knives occurred in Clark county, near Boouesboro, over the scandal feitture of the Ashland congressional con test. John Kiur, a Breckinridge man. living in Fayette county, met on the high way his old friend George Cook, who lives in Clark county. Cook said any woman who went to hear Breckinridge speak was no better than a courtesan. King dismounted from his horse, snyinn his wife and dnuchters had heard Breckinridge. Cook insisted it was a shame, lie also dismounted. Both drew knives aud blood flowed freely until Cook dropped, having three stabs in the breast. King has escaped. Robber Shut Dead. Eau CLAlliE, Wis., Aug. SI. The home of James Hays was burglarized of about WOO worth of silverwure. A young man named Ed Taylor was arrested and turned state's evidence, implicating Abijau Moon, a released jailbird. Taylor took the ouicers to a bituug plac on the river bank and showed where the silverware had been hidden. Moon had. however. dug it up and escaped. He was discovered near Eiva by Deputy Sheriffs Page and u hippie. A running light eubiied and Moou was shot dead. Whipped by Whirecnrm. IsnPKMlNO, Aug. 81. Frank Nelson of Trout Creek, Mich., threw dishes Rt his wife and children aud ended by trying to empty a shotgun at t hem. He was ar rested, hnt a gang of about twenty white caps took him from jail nnd gave him a hundred lashes on the bare back and tied him to a tree trunk. He was rescued by sheriff's posse and may not recover from the beating. .None of the party have beeu apprehended or recognized. Murdered Bis Wife. Columbus, O.. Aug. 3L Amanda Kalb, about S5 years of age, was shot through the eye by her husband, George Kalb, a patent medicine fakir, aud instantly Killed. Jealousy was the cause. Mrs. Kalb kept a dressmaking establishment. but her busbaud discovered it was only a uimu, aud that sue was receiving the at tentions of other men, among them a prominent merchant of the city. Kalb v as arrested. Died in Terrible Agony. ST. Paul, Aug. SI. W. L. Pittbam, aged years, a St. Louis druggist, com mitted suicide in a sensational laauuer at the Kyan hotel. He has been apeudiug some time in this vicinity aud hud fallen in love with Miss Laura Keut, but his af fection was not reciprocated and for that reason so he stated iu several letters he left for his friends lie took hen grains of strychnine and died In terrible agony. Itmil way Contractor Murdered. Memphis, Aug. 3L A special to The Commercial-Anneal from Pudtiuah. Kv says: William May, a well known railroad contractor, was assassinated by unknown tlHrt.iew n few tuilea over lIm Ohio riv. in Illinois. The sheriff Wits here to get bloodhounds to put ou the trail of the two men susiiected of the deed. May was a very popular mau and the murder is a very mysterious one. Narrowly Kacaued Lynching;. Hustinotos, W. Va., Aug. 31. The authorities of Lincoln county arrested Juhu Peyton, his sou Etisba aud Milton Gross on the charge or. assu9siuuting Al bert Keyser, aud whim the prisoners were under guard at the house of Coustable Adkins a mob appeared to lynch them aud they were freed and ran for their lives into the mountains. The greatest excitement prevails. Arrest Causes a Sensation. Minneapolis, Aug. Si. A special to The Tribune from Oshkosh, Wis., says: A sensation was caused here by the arrest of 11. F. Landis, a prominent tobacconist and cigar dealer, by Ohioofhcers, who bad requisition papers for him. He is wanted on the charge of stealing and is said to have already served a term in the Ohio penitentiary. His reputation here is good. Fell Upon Ilia Sword. AsnEVlLLK, N. C, Aug. 8L Louis Behez, Jr., late of the navy, committed uicidc here by falling on his sword, In flicting injuries from which he died some hours later. He was in poor health and had not long to live. Washington Personals, ' Washington, Aug. 31. Secretary Hoke bnutb has ieft Washington for Georgia. He will make a speech at Atlanta. Postmaster General Bissell has left for Buffalo. He will remain away a mo on his vacation, leaving Second Assistant fieilson as acting postmaster general. ! BepnbUcaaa of Georgia. Atlakta, Aug. 31. The Kepublican state convention met here and decided not to pnt up a ticket. It also refused to rapport the Popnliata and adopted a iUu- ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. The great passenger steamer Northwvat, which went aground at Bar Point light ship, has been released and proceeded to uetroit. bue sustained no damage. The report that Mousignor Satolli. the pope's legate in America, was about to re turn to Rome is confirmed, his mission here having been concluded. The war department has granted a dis charge to (j rover Flint, a private in A troop of United States cavalry stationed at Fort Meyer, to allow him to become possessor of a fortune estimated at 8500.- 000. Obitnnry: At Dps Moines, In.. ex-Mayor C. C. Ine, aired AS. At Kidgefield, Conn., Mrs. Kd ward L. 1 oumnna, widow of t he founder of The Popular Science Monthly, aged 75. Thomas L. Martin, swell-known lawyer of Ljouisville, has gone insane. His priuci- pal delusion is a belief that he is Congress man Breckinridge and that he will win his election. A contract has been closed at Philadel phia for the transportation of 5,000 negroes from the south to Liberia before Nov. 1 and more later. The Canadian Pacific table of earnings for the lat half year shows a decrease of nearly $1,000,000. George E. Dexter, a retired banker of Churles City, lit., died suddenly. He was burning up rubbish in his yard when the fire started to catch in grass, and the sud den fright caused his immediate deatb. The Chicago, Paducah aud Memphis tracklayers have reached Benton, Ills. B. F. Lundis. a prominent business man cf Oshkosli, Wis., has been arrested charged with horse stealing in Ohio eight years ago. The arrest was at the instiga tion of the Anti-Horse Thief societies ot St.irk and Drake counties, Ohio. Il is said the new Atlas distillery soon to lie built nt Peoria, Ills., will be the Inrent institution of the kind in the world nml will be run outoiile of the trust. It will hiivn a capacity of 5,0 X) bushels of grain per day. A crunk armed with a big revolver gaiued access to the New Orleans stock exchange, but ieft without doing any damage. Outside bis antics drew a crowd of 5,0 vj people before ho was arrested and lockeu up. The Populist state central committee ot North D tkota has declined to change any of its candidates for those nominated by the Democrats. They are unwilling to concede anything to the Democrats. The uew torpedo boat Ericcson. which was built at Dubuque, Is., has reached xork. She bus jut completed a trip down the Mississippi river and around the guU and Atlantic coast to that city. MANCHESTER'S SHIP CANAL. It la Beginning to Loom I'p as a Large rUard W hit Klrpliant, It appears that the people of Man Chester are beginning to find that theii vaunted ship cauul is something 'f an elepnout on their hands. The chairman of tho canal company has submittal ta tho municipal authorities a report which tbios not make them feel verr good. His figures show thrtt at the end of tho enrreut year tho rannl deficit will amount to 140,802, and unless some thing can be dono about it, nobody knows exactly what, he city will have to meet the liitorest of the bonds in 1 SfiG, which means an increase of taxa tion of 1 shilling 7j pence on the pound, or abont 8 per cent It appears, too, that the canal com pany has entered into sundry obligations which the corporation knew nothing about and to met which will make a tremendous drain even on tho resources of the corporation. The canal will. moreover, have to keep dredges at work at a cost of abont foil, 000 a rear, and more capital is called for to meet the extra expenses of digging the canal. The chairman advises the taxpayers to make no further pledges to the canal and announces that he proposes to re sign tho position of chairman, as ho does not feel equal to the tak of cxtri eating the canal from its difficulties. This all makes a showing very different from the roseate reports of the canal which have been cominjr across the wa ter. A ew Orleans Picayune. THAT UNREFILLABLE VIAL. Bow the Kew Device Reslsta Attempts to Vae It a Second Time. What do you think of a bottle that can lie filled only once a vial that is as worthless after its original contents have been exhausted as a tomato can? A Boston inventor has devised such a bottle. Some time ago a Park square phar macist asked him to exercise his inge nuity on a bottle for the use of a pro prietary fluid which could not be filled a second time, thus preventing tho man ufacturers of imitations from offering spurious preparations in snch of the special bottles as they might be able to buy. .. . The vital principle of the new device is a cork float with a rubber pad at tho back, located inside a glass cap in the neck, which closes instantly whenever an attempt is mado to fill it This float, once against the entrance, is held in place by the weight of a glass ball at fuelled to a chain, having the play of half an inch. The original contents find their way out through interstices in tho cap to a groove in the neck of the bottle into which no knives or tools can be thrust All parts of the invention are of glass except the chain and floats and will be blown in when the- kettle is made. Boston Transcript Bad Lis. mid atefroahmesi ta Galore. New YoitK.Aug. SI. The first excursion from Kew York of an exclusively Kotnan Catholic society since Satolli, Archbishop Corrigah and Bishop Watterson have ex pressed tbemselve on the liquor traffic. was run out yesterday by tba united branches of the Catholic Kuights of Amer ica, lhe question whether tho knights would sell liquor was settled. There was on board everything in liquid form from beer to champagne. The Weather We STay Cipaei. Washiksioh, Aug. 81. Toe follov.na are the weather iadiuatuius for twenty -low hours from 8 pm. yesterday: For Indiana and Illinois r air. warmer weather: northerly winds, bacomuig suotheaantlv. For Lower Hichigaa Fair, warmer weather; northerly winds. Becoming vanaMa. tor L nper Mich igaa Fair, warmer weather: variable winds. For Wisconsin r air, warmer weather: south' easterly winds. For Iowa Fair, wariuur MARKETS BV TELEGRAPH. Kew York FiaaaetaL New York, Ang. 30. Money on call easy. Offered at 1 per cent. Prime mercantile paer OklA per cent.: aterlins: exchauge dull with actual business in Uaukera hills miH4m tor demand and 4KHu-Mv-i for sixty days; iwted rules it 497. IJowmeruuU bills 4K4!4.itN4!4. Silver certificates, tif bill; so sales: bar silver Muxican dollars i&i. Lniteu btates bonds. 5's recralar. USSi: do fi's coupons, 118; do 4's regular. 1144; do 4's coukii9. 114); do 2s, W bad; Pacitto 4-sofKi. 101 bid. Chicago Grata and Prodnee. c me aoo, Aug. an. Following were the quotations on the iloard ot Trade today: Wheat Aognst. oponed Se?$c closed Kf'sr: Septeuihw. opeitod cloned V: IhM-enioor, oenel aft-lsc. ckmed bifcic Corn Aiurust opened c, closed 5Ss;; Septem ber, opeueil Mil!. ckl aTic: slay, opened &!c, cloned .lic. Oats AuicusL opened cImmm1 2W1c: !Setieuilier. ofmraod 3ltao, cluaed ii'4 May. onii4 iUHc, closed aixj. Pork Ainrcsl, iieiieti , cIom1 ; iM'ptember, ojx-ned closed $i:i.W. Lard Septem- lier, oiieued SsjiTt,, ehned p.S rrotlu: Uuttur Extra creamery, Zks pnr lb; extra dairy, HUu; packing stock. Il&l&s. Eutrs Fresh stock, VAi.lifa per doa. Live poultry Chickens, 7c per lb; spruut chickens. Die: (lucks, 7(Vc; turkeys, OVaIjc; geese. (4.UI S.U0 er doz. Potatoes Rom, Jl. ;.,,!. hi tier bbi; early Ohio, l.1,l."il. Apices. Sl.oo,i2.7. per bbl. ISrrries blaoberrlea, $LUUiLau ior ltMjt caao. Uoney White clover, 1-lb aectious; liil-'Wc; broken comb, lttollc; dark comb. tjood vouditioa, lOu; strained California, imtc per lb. Cbrcogo Live Stock. Chicago. Am;. 30. Live fitotk Prices at the Cuion Stock yard today rauKud as follows: lio KMlmutud retK.'ipts for tha day lM.n tl; sal ramred at i.l.jOi(,S.au pit;s, i.i"Mt.i.v." liht. J.ljya." routch ackiU):, S."i.I".'.A.l' mixed, and hjiSiAj -.10 heavy ackiug and sbippitii; lots. Cattle Keccipts for the day, lOKk qnota- tions raued at JVi'.iAoi cliolee to extra shiiipiug steers, $l.eirrta.ii giMMl l rnoica do, i.HJtf4.o5 fair to g-MHt, $J,2 fr:i.Si common to nieiliuindo. f.s.V;l.ai butcheri,' sUmts. HI. 7,1 (i.7; stajckora. S.iH(t.t lea-dert, tl.uuut.iU cowh, -t-i."JJ beifera. l.MJ.a bulk Texas steers, and tS-inA--H vrad culver heep and Lambs Receipts for the day. .: prim routed at Sl.75 '-iB westorn. l.i:U. Texaua. SiOJOJ naUvua, aud $Li3 U4.1U lambs. TIM Local Market. aSAUl, BTD. Wheat 60c. Corn- !Wc. Oat- aic. Htr Timoinv. nn'an.'. I'.naill: Ud.f!!n;slo;ith.!kaf7; baled. (9. raonccB. Bntter Fair to choice, 19e;CTCaBMry 44-. Bejra SVestt, 13 Ao- Poultrv Mtrina- chickens, lanre. Slz52t(iS0 per dozen. nvrt ass vxeaTABLBS. Potatoes uc. Unions Aoc per bn Bl neherrie - $2 a esse. Grapes 4c per !". I. ITS STOCK. CstUe Bati-hrrs nav for e tt terra 46t4i4e: cow and neifera. SdSV : eaKea Hoys 4ir8SC Sheep 4etV Spring lamb, ft toe$S a head. rrEL. , Coal Soft, 10c Royal Ruby" Rye Whisky Is a "Rye as I a Rye," naturally ripened and res from all foreign flavor and aristae rants, e-nar antoed pare and ever eleven year of aire, recom mended to the cocnolnenr as a meritorious am cle worthy of the connJencc of lnvsbds, convs leraents and the aced. Sec that our name is blown in bottle, tt.noper qnan bottle. "ROYAL RCBV" PoKT WIXt pnre, old and mellow, therefore best adapted for Invalids, convalescent and the ared . It restores lost vitality, creates strength and appetite, bnllds tip the weak and debilitated. Quarts, fl. PlnU, I cento. Pat ap on honor and guaranteed ay ROTAL WINE, CO., Chicaao. For sale at Harper Bouse Pharmacy, and by William Cleodenln. Mot tne. When Bahy was sick, we rave her Castnrla. When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. When she became Miss, she dung to Castorla. When the had Children, she gave them Caaturia. LEGAL Ad anlaiMi rater'a 9, tier : Bstate of Kaniel FjwIpt, deceased . The ttnderslcnrd iiarlnr been aDDolnud admin istrator of the cm ale of lnicl FcwIit, Isle of the connty of Kock If land. sUia uf IIMnoia. iie- ceaMid, hcrehy gives notice thst he will appear aviure tne couuiy court or Hors island coun ty, at the ofbee of the Clerk of siid roan, ta the city of 1tick Island, at the October term, on the lirat Moiidey in Ortolxr v:. at which time ail person l.svuu; claims sirs rt said es tate are notified anil reauesb-d to nt'euO for the purpose of huvmi; tue same a!Jntea. All pcr soiik Indebted to aaid cetate are rcqneeted lo maae nameuiiT. nsviuent to rna unnerv-mo. BTitii vhi. m . Atlmimsuator. Dated this Slst day o: July, A. D. leV4. CITY 4JFF1CER8. W. A. Darling, City Engineer. Boford Block, over Klnnbnrri ttnre. MOVED. We are now at 1610 Second Avenue. KOHN & ADLER Wholesale Liquors. VIGOR " It Easily. Qsickiy, Fanemmrtly Restart. rrakaraa, Wmssaim, nrMfllr, and all the train of evus from early errors or later excesses, the resultsof overwork, sickness, wurrv. etc. run strength, devel opment and tone given to pevery orfraa ana pomoa of the body. Simple, nat ural metnous. lounedi ate innmvMnMit imoossible. Si. H referenrva. Honk. Tior'nrfaH'H aad proofs afiijn isaaUirlj fraa. -raa Falls ra (l Years' experience in stove niakiiir ins 2 taught us how to make a stove as it Oi.mM i lie naae. 30 ve ars' testincr of Jewel Ranges lias people that how to best Tlicy tic in de- feet iu con- economical moderate in $ in all styles to sec them ers. If you judge of nlU2.VAV 2Jln 1 w I I 1 l I i WSIfJJ m. I "a HE aS . CM . K. rK m l akBBj a m mm aj- AWW ---r OBa W. r w m Al 1 rnnav W S I 'i . a.1 m." irj -7 vvv ' i an-, 1 iia.'sai 1 - s o. - a. a. r iii i it n.-' la naaawri above tratlc mark will prevent you fnm njikiiie a ( a The Moline MoLIIfX, Iu.s. H , .1 T - wrwyj i .raaarB1i a f - v a awv tfinulactorers 01 FAEM,S?R1B0 AHD i'SEIGKl viG:i! A tall aad eompteto line of FluVorm and other Sr.tr.c War?:.. i-pc- I:y acan". i Westera trade. of superior wortntao:i; sri tslnii " ti.Tv.wi rr:c fr aurliraliiia. sec tha MOLiM Vieu bituac aorcij.jn J. T. DIXON Merchant Tailob And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens. 1706 Second Avenue. IMCOfePO RATED CKDEK THK fTATK LAW Rock Island Savings Bank, Kock Islabtd, III. OpaadaPy from t a. av. to t-p. a., and Satarday eeealrn fron 7 to rt'rt per cant Interest paid on Deposits. Honey loaned on Farsr ra! er. lateral or Real Estate security. orweaas; f . L. aUTCllXLL, Preal . r C. DSNgMAN. Vice Pnat. J U BlX)Iia.ri BraacroB: P. L. atltchaTl. F. C. Dwckt-r. John Crananph. PM1 tcheX H. P. Ui.l L uu - Bar-t, J. M. Buford. Jo Vo!k. Jacaaoa aV iluatT, booe.ufv. Bafaa hnslnsai Jaly a.140. aad occupy the eoataeast eoraerof K'tcbell tin ' t - ti J '1 Kiw trrfTrfT. lKal. alu,li.UiS OCl Cimuw.twi. For sale by T. H. Thomas, Drnpgist. sole agent. lUx k Island. I :. SEIVERS cfe JlSTKArO All kinds of carpectrr w ork dona Office and Shop 7tl Twelfth street J. SPILGER, Contractor and Builder. tautp, XXolly ZZom Boim. Residence. 410 Seventh tmi City Bua and Express Lino .For Bus or Express Una telephone 1141, and yon will receive prompt attention. . TlTTr.SflT.AaXB ft eFCUCKH, Fto Stoves and IS makt t::c are art:.u ig n, p.-r. siructio in fiiK-rnti,.!, pnee. M.i,-,. Mid si rs. Ask y?l tl. l i rSTDVEHANTlNmWGR:;;:.. .:' .a i 1 s are s Wa?oa Go.,- LATEST XOVEi.Tir.3 IS Dw ami HI! CAB BR SFkM AT K. f. ihh:. The New Merchant Tailoi. 1822 SUCOND AVE Har;cr House Block nESTORS Vll' briM .n. .tl. ft r-k f i I '. - ' &&gmzm YiGCS I Ia.lu,HrTfctiii&ttfffi) ftsrrarv. If i.-;-!. t. t f- o -cot,.i.B.:t..in tx ibftat a;,at"' b. t-y rrwi.i. I 1 i v ' ' Am ANDERSON and BUILW:!-C Uearal Jobhtnp do n birt i . a and saUtfacUun p.ru.ut'. ;iH K I-I.AM' oaru ttapuuuoan piauarsa. waatnar; sua worry wis a.