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THE AIlOtJD, MOKDAY, MAilOH 25. 1805. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Connelly Ac Connelly, Attorneys at Lew. oor, m Wiehall Iade-a Jackson Ac Hurst, Attorneys at Law. OSa la Rook bias Rational Baak MUttaf. .ktuia. Sweeney & Walker, Attorneys and Counoellore at Law OfAceta IoM1 Block. Charles J. Searle, Attorney at Law. Legal baataeaa of al kted Moarptly attanael to. Itate'e Attorney af Bock UUad eonnty. McEniry & McEniry, Attorneys at Law. aanoey OD food .SCSrttvi SMB. eotlec- Bona. lUfrrenoa. aUtohell Lf rnYniciAm. E. I Marstoa. M. D. Office over Bute A Ullemeycr. drnf More. Resides 7St Twenty-fonrth street. Office teiepooae 1UB7. jtesuenca wiepnooe m OSes boors a to 11 . m end S to n to I p Dr. B O Miller, Specialist. Over M years experience. MUM merrrlofia cares 1b Acute and Chronic dieeate, RattraaTroa ui srKALiA Included. Ofeee ISO. Second av ofAce noon 9 & m. au S p. an Dr. Chas. M. Robertson, Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat Only. Oflce, Whraaker Block, eoatbwaat no raw Third ud Brady etreeta. DaianporV Iowa stnusM IT ana IS. lom SanUs. au,l totp-w. . a. aouowavaa. n. av. Drs. Barth & Hollowbush, Physleiaas and Surgeons. CSnAlaMit IWntoNW De. Berth tDi.l a. Ma, ah I 10 to lie. aa, IsaSaadf t.f.a, (tokandtop,to. ARI'HITKCTH. Dracic & Kerns. Architects and Superintendents. Bran T M c? A Bnlldlne, cor Third .Ten. sad Nineteenth .rret-t. Edward S. BLammatt, Architect. 51 Whitaker boildlnf , PaTeoport, la. Oeo. P. St&ndubar. Architect. Plana and eopennUiartenee for all elase of Baudtnga. Rooks W and 66, Mitchell Uynd, Building, rake .leva citt owckbs. W. A- Darling, City Engineer. Boom 4. Mitchell A Lynde's building. DEHTINTB. R. M. Pearce, Dentist. Ruonw t and SI la Wttebi.il a Uyaaof i Bnllrllnc. Take elevator A WOMAN Who does not want her washing done in the shortest time and neatest way is hard to find. Those who use ANTI-WASHBQISD SOAP Get the best results, because it is made from such materials that it cannot injure the most delicate fab ric and will save time and labor. BIAS 2XSZCTX0NS, Follow them and you will find you have struck a good thing. OSIAT BCOC ISXJLHI TAB S3AF Softens the skin, heals ' chapped hands and removes grease, paint etc Wornock & Ralston Sod Makers, Rnek lalsnd Are ' A word to those going l to build this coming I season! If yon are go ing to build a nice rea- You Going To Build? l idence ret figures from I the Colons Stone Co. of j Colons, 111., on a cot I stone building of white I or verijrmted sandstone. I If you build of brick let them give Ton figures on the trimmings. If I you build a frame or I wood building let them give you figures on the range work. it win isr.rov too root ana aja or toot kou. tS par cent. Mat of the alorat kaiMian In tba aia: ara Dalit of Colona stone. Br all mean, nan yver arcanrcs aat.iry uiwai an ia be need la Tear baiidiaa;. Saaanlea af an and aMqmaa) of baihlMg. caa ka aoa a Kooa It, flitcksll A Lraot. kuikuss. No, Never. Physicians have never been able to prescribe any other emulsion of Cod-liver Oil which would bring as satisfactory re sults as Scott's Emulsion. The reasons for this arc the absolute purity of its compo nents and the superior process of its manufacture. Nobody has ever been able to imitate it Imitations are always inferior to the real thing. Remember that Scott's Emul sion is the great food for wasting in adults and children. Don't I prrnaded to tatpt nbttltutt! Sort Bowie, N. Y. JU1 Drnggijts. 50c and SI. BAJfKO. The Moline State Savings Bank, Moline, III., Office Corner Fifteenth St. and Third Are. CAPITAL $100.000.00 nucereie the Molina Sawing. Bank Organized 11 4 Per Cent Interest Pair, on Deposits. Orero'red andcr mate Law. Open front a. ai. to p. nv, and ednecay and aeiardaj sight, from i ns,a Officers: Poena Ssmnca, - - Preaident Hrsaa Diimm, - Vice PraatdeM C F BanwiT, Cashier Tt-8TEEa: PoBTia 3kiteb, Hiaan DABLuie, H B Auswoara, Gao R Bdwabdb, C F Hnrjim, C A Rnss, C R Aixiwokti, w H Adams, W W Wnu. Western Investment aUARAITTKJtO EAL ESTATE LOANS bob fat nrrrau nartlaa la the tarlai pot at tba wast by taa Orchard State Bank Sf OwCBA-RD, BKBRASKA. S. W. Daar, Fraaldaat. f. B.Dabt Cashier. KBFXRKHCBS. Mitchell A) Lynde, Baskoia, J. F. Bobtnaon, oaahlar Bock bland taarjona anfc. i .1'. Carter, V. D. ""try Dart. Sou, Waowaa;. Oroara. rM'i nifa- nttad . fJfHVRAtrO. Hucsinrj & Hocft uvrsnRArJCB A6E1.TS. Representing among other time-tried and well known Fire Insurance Com panies the following: Hocheater German In Co. . Bocbefter, N T New Tor Bnflato, N Y Philadelphia Peoria. Ill , MancbeMer N U , Milwankee, Wn ....New Karen, Conn Waatrnester Fir. " Buffalo tieraan Sprint: Gordon werman Fire New Hampshire , Milwaukee Mechanic Sec amy Office Corner Eighteenth street ana becend Avenue, second floor. Telephone No. 1017. RUCK ISLAND. ILL. Established 16S3. "THE OLD RELIABLE." HAYES ft CLEAVELAH9 ICM0 tSEjii Reprsaaating mr 40 Minion DoDan of Cask ssseta TIfw Ufa. Tornado. Accident, Marina, Employer's Liability INSURANCE. Beads of 8arwtwanlp. OFTkJI BaBAWna block dock Ialaad, Ul 'win J. M. BUFORD. Cicnerai ... Insurance Agent Lessss FroaptlT Ptid. I s. tow ss say raltobia ainay e Taar Falioaa.. a aaHrMad (s. iiiw 1 ' JWmtmStmJaimmttm VABIOUS EWTBRPWISES. Cncle Sam has 6S.40J post-offices. America exports S972.841.379 worth of goods and imports 9740,736,303, ac cording to latest figures. With 87,000 worth of diamonds, in trusted by credulous Frisco firms, A. Hsrcourt, an Englishman, has dis appeared. Beanregard Wilson, who live near Yazoo City, Miss., raised 300 bales of cotton last year, and though he sold it at five cents a pound, he cleared S3. 950. The copper production of the world last year was 330,500 tons, and with the increasing use of electricity there is a possibility of an almost unlimited increase in the demand for it. According to the New York com missioner of labor, the introduction of type-setting machines has reduced the number of employes in printing offices from twenty to sixty-six per cent E. J. Frasier, the real estate man of Eugene, Oregon, has been arrested for criminal libel for advertising, after a change in partnership, that lie had got "rid of that pernicious, for eign, anarchistic element with which we have unfortunately been associ ated." The alleged pernicious ele ment objects to the language. The Erie canal is 363 miles in length. It was begun in 1817 and completed in 1S25. at a cost of $7,602, 000. The enterprise was undertaken and carried through by the state of New York. It was subsequently en larged, and is now seventy feet broad at the surface and fifty-six feet at the bottom, with a depth of seven feet. The new sewer-main of Paris, which crosses from Clichy to Asineres under neath the Seine, was formally dedi cated recently. It is the first portion of an enormous enterprise which will take away all the sewage of Pans from the waters of the Seine. The work was begun in 183!, and will re quire fourteen years or more to com plete. According to the Electrical Review the Western Union telegraph com pany collected about $:,ru0,000 Inst year for telling the time of day. "I he company has a telegraph desk in the naval observatory at Washington. Four minutes before noon the wires of the system all over the country are cleared of business, and the instant the sun passes the seventy-fifth mer idian electricity carries the news to every city." A DASH OP PLEASANTRY. Interrupted Who called? "The doctor." "I can't see him tell him I'm not welL" "lie thinks he's a practical politi cian. I'shaw: lie never had more than S.0 at one time in all his life." She Do you regret all the love you lavished on her? Rejected Lover No, but I regret all the postage stamps. t Anything new or fresh here to day?" asked the reporter. "Yes," said the oflicial a Idrcssed, "that paint you're leaning against." "I should have yon know, sir, that I am a Londoner and was born in London." "Rut I, sir, was born in Cork and I am a Corker." Watts Did you ever know of any one dying for love? Potts Once I knew a fellow who starved to death after being refused by an heiress. Mamma Did you put your dime in the contribntion box? Robbie Nope, there wasn't hardly anybody looUia' when they got to me with the box. Judge I will sentence you to thirty days in the work-house and a bath. Woeful Smithers Say.jedge. couldn't you make it sixty days widout de wash? She Why, this is enly thirty-two inches, and you ad vcr Use it as a yard wile. Three feet make a yard, Gallant Salesman Not such feet as yours, lady. Brooklyn Magistrate The evidence shows conclusively, madam that you threw a stone at a street car. Wife of Striker No it doesn't, your honor. It only shows that I hit the street car. "Do yon think a givl ought to learn to cook before she jjet married'.'" said the practical man. "Yes," re plied his dyspeptic friend. Either that, or she ought to lc willing not to try." Old Lady Why are yon two men using such frightful language? Rag son Tatters Well, lady, me an' me pan! has to exchange heated words lur tcr keen warm, not nana no overcoats. MISSING LINKS. The best way to clean bamlioo fur niture is with a brush dipped in salt aod water. Iv distilling it at a verv high heat wood may be made to yield a good article of gas. Sleeping in linen is nowadays gen erally considered unhealthy, cotton being preferable. The origin of the ne of the term sterling," applied to English money. l. lost in obscurity. The roar of N iagara has liecn phonographed and may be heard in any part of America for - a small fee. The orbit of Jupiter is 1.000,000.000 mites in extent and it takes the jrrand planet 4,332 days to make one round trip. The ground lias only been lightly covered with snow at Mobile, Ala., five times during the last seventy five years. Land in New York city has been sold at a price equal to S.iHiO.ooo per acre. The highest in " lou.loa at 33.imO.OtM per acre." They don't do things in a half hearted way in China. Their national by mo ia ao long that people take s ball day to listen to iL FIVE O'CLOCK TEA. The "Napoleon erase" is illustrated in some spring and summer fashions. Women with back-pleated skirts on are seldom tired enough to sit down. Some new souvenir spoons hare a favorite Atlantic steamer in minia ture. Fashionable education must include the ability to detect and name fine china. What rsed to be called, the "Lang- try knot" has been revived in hair dressing. Sympathy for women with wasp waists is confined to those who suffer as they da It is a good sign of the times that women are getting back to common sense shoes. Velvet is in high favor for ceremo nious gowns among matrons who can afford them. Hand painted chamois skin cloths are the proper thing for highly pol ished tables. Long neglected coral for years mo nopolized by babies, is coming in fashion again. Genuine kid gloves should be classed among articles that are never really "cheap." The Delsarte style of walking is often seen. It conveys the idea of treading on eggs. Often the woman who crowds and pushes the most at the shops is merely looking around." It is a wonder to scientific people how the fashionable evening bodice keeps its place without support. Japanese brocades, lined with pink. blue or white sutin, made some of the most elegant opera wraps of the sea son. Floral decoration of dinner tables has lately run riot. Florists say every hostess wants something "en tirely new." Long, thin sticksof Italian bread so well-known to dyspeptics have been brought out at afternoon teas with great success. Something new for doss is a set of tiny rubber boots. They are high and lace np the sides and are to pre vent the toy dogs from entering the house with dirty feet, as the rubbers arc removed at the door. A HUNDRED YEARS AGO. Imprisonment for debt was a com mon practice. There was not a public library in the United States. Every gentleman wore a queue and powdered his hair. An old copper mine in Connecticut was used as a prison. Almost all the furniture was im ported from England. There was only one hat factory and that made cocked hats. Crockery plates were objected to because they dulled the knives. Virginia contained a fifth of the whole population of the country. A man who jeered at the preacher or criticised the sermon, was fined. A day laborer considered himself Woll paid with two shillings a day. Two stage coaches bore all the travel between New York and Boston. A gentleman bowing to a lady al ways scraped his foot on the ground. The whipping post and pillory were still standing in 11 o ton and New York. Buttons were scarce and expensive and trousers were fastened with pegs or laces. Beef, pork, salt fish, potatoes and homlnv, were the staple diet all the year round. Leather breeches, a checked shirt. a red flannel jacket, and a cocked hat formed the dress of an artisan. When a man .had enough tea he placed his spoon across the cup to indicate that he wanted no more. "i. dc ennrcu collection was taken in a bag at the end of a pole, with a bell attached to arouse sleepy contribu tors. There were no manufacturers in this country, and every house wife raised her own flax and made her own linen. FRAGMENTS OF SCIENCE. The proportion of salt in sea water is largest where the water is deepest, but docs not increase with the depth. One one-horse power converted into gas equals twelve candle-power, into electricity equals 1.000 candle-power. The insect known as the mantis of India so closely resembles the orchid that it acquires a living from insects that alight on it by mistake. A combined candlestick and match box, with a projecting spur permitting its ready attachment to the wall. when desired, has been invented. A white rainbow was recently seen at Wcstnewton, Aspatna, in Cumber land. It lasted for more than half an hour and was much broader than the ordinary rainbow. In a careful investigation by two Italian tneterologist, it has been found that a veil of cirrus clouds ab sorb as mnch as 30 per cent of the sun's rays, while a slight fog, equally diffused in all directions, may inter cept from fifty-eight to ninety-two per cent of the solar rays that would be transmitted with a clear sky. Professor Bartoli, during the great eruption of fclna in 1X92, measured the beating power of the snn with the pyrlielioroeter at different alti tudes to find oat whether atmospheric dast exercises any perceptible influ ence on the intensity of the sun's rays passing through it. The air was then filled with aa impalpable dust. which fell very geatly and gave the sun a liuht reddish tinge; there were no clouds and were was a dead calm. He finds that twenty-eight rer cent of the beat transmitted by pare ir was absorbed by the volcanic dusL SUGGESTIVE FICURES. Cores is exactly as large as Kansas, 83,000 square miles. After paying all expenses in the San Francisco Midwinter fair, a bur pins of S3 2. 000 was left The republic of Argentina, in South America, has 1.125,000 square miles, or one-third the area of the United States. The annnal Gre loss from incendiary ism in the United States and Canada is $39,000,000, according to conserva tive estimates. It is estimted that 1,200 tons of ostrich feathers have been exported irom uape Lolony during the past thirty years, valued at $-".0,000,000. Since the United States planted shoal in the Sacramento river the lish have multiplied and distributed them selves along t.OOO miles of coast to Vancouver island in Itritish Columbia. The deepest dive on record is that of John Christianson of Seattle, who plunged into the waters of Elliott bay and after twenty minutes reap peared in no great distress. lie brought np with him a lead lina and bucket from the tug Majestic, which lay, at half flood tide. 19G feet below the surface of the oe.ru n. Tokio, the capital of Japan, has donbied its population within the past twenty years. According to a statement made in the year 1S74 its population then was $00. OW; accord ing to the Tokio oflicial sanitary re port recently issued, its population last year was over 1.8."iS,00,i. This is a marvelous growth, about equal to that of New York city during the same time. Ten thousand tons of freight, in cluding 1.500 live sheep. 441 cattle, and flour, cotton, lard, wheat and the like in enormous quantities is the cargo of a single ship now on the ocean between Baltimore and Liver pool. The ship is the I'lstcrtnorc, a four-masted steel steamer, 400 feet long, 48 feet wide and 3S feet deep. She can make 350 miles a day and her cargo is worth almost $100,000. era 'a. are. Whrai S5e '.'OIL nw. 4-JC Oata-r7lc Hav 1 tWMll: nnhmrl. KiaflO: aiM.aasiO:longb SbctSr; baled. $9. ntrIT BHD VBOBTABLBa. fnWaaa sirgMc. Union. 80c pet aa rsnntroa. Bo w Fair to choice ITci fraaa cream ry Eire Freab, 10a. Poultry Chlekrca, c; tnrkcra, 7c uti arooa Cattle -Butcheri ear for cwn fed ateris 3 cow. and keifera MS4 : caiva loga 4mc bi 3cftc Spring iamb S3dfla heat. ritBL. Coal Port. He. Wood S3. 30 per cord. WOOL. Wool 13c l erpoDud. aW v w . . I riUKJb, is but one A way in the world to be sure of having the best paint, and that is to use only a well-establbht'd brand of strictly pure white lezd, pure linseed oil, and pure colors. The following brands are stand ard, "Old Dutch" process, and are always absolutely Strictly Pure White Lead "Southern," "Bed Seal," "Collier," "Shipman," "Fahneatock." If you want colored paint, tint any of the above strictly pure leads with National Lead Co.'s Pure White Lead Tinting Colors. These colors are sold hi one-pound cans, each can being tnScient to tint $ pounds of Strictly Pure White Lead the desired shade ; thry are in no sense ready-mixed paints, bat a combination of perfectly pure colors in the handiest form to tint Strictly Pure White Lead. Send ns a postal card and get our book on paints and color-card, free. NATIONAL LEAD CO. Chicago Branch, Slate and Fifteenth Streets, CUcago. BICYCLES! EAGLE ALTAIR. Aluminum rims, taper tubes. ECLIPSE. The wheel' that stands all tests. DUKE & DUTCHESS. Can be found at FRANK ILL 1C10 Third avenn. UAKDWABK AXD rAIST Joiin VolR a Co. wbtubkaj CONTRACTORS HOUSE BUILDER. Usnofseturers of Sash. Doors and Blinds, And all kinds of Woodwork for Builders sntiaf, rkwrioc WalaamallDf Mb Street, bat 4tk aad Kb aw for Infants and Children, OTHERS. Do You Know that Paregoric, Batons n 'a Drops, Godfrey's Cwrduu, many ao-caued Soothing Eyrupa, and most remedie. for children are composed cf cfi-m or morphine Pw Ton Kaww that opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic poisons f Pa Tow Know that In most countries druggists are not permitted to sell nsreotica without labeling them poisons t Pa Tew Knew that you sbsald not permit any nwdlclno to be giren your child nless vou or tout physician know d feat it is coxipoxtl ? Po T em Kw that Castoria ia a purely vegttablo preparation, and that a list of Ka ingteclienU is published with every bottle t Pw Taw Knew that Gaztoria is the prescription of the f amen Ir. Samuel ritcher. That it has been In use for nearly thirty years, and tliat more Castoria is now eoM than of all other remedies for children combined r Pw Tew Know that tho Patent Office Department of the United State, and of ether countries, hare issued exclusire right to Dr. ritchor and his assigns to use the word Cantoris, " and its formula, and that to Imitate them is a state prison offense f Po Ten Know that one of the reason, for granting this forerumcnt protection was because Castoria had been proven to be abaolntelj haraaloas? Po Tow Kiww that 35 everma; dose, ot Castoria are furnished for 35 eawta, or one cent a dose F Jtm Tow Km, ffcat when possessed of this perfect preruratkm, your children may be kept well, and that vn may hare unbroken rest ? Weill thaae tMnga are worth knowing. They ant facta, The fac-ajnmilei Children Cry for Rock Island Savings Sank. 1U)PK Fiva P r Cent lnterst P-id on Dtpos ts Kowj Loaned on Personal Co lateral or Real Is-a to Security. OFFICERS. J M ltrroiin. I'reaident. K ! Dbski n, Vlee President. 1 UBStxawALT. Carhitr. Began business July 3. tywi, and ncco?y the I. K. ror. Mitchell & Lmde'a new bnildiiur. T F. BURKE, JOHN JOERS, Vice President. President. Plumbers, Steam and Gas Fitters. Rock Island Heating . and Plumbing Go. Hot Water Heating Beer Pumps 119-121 E. 17th St. Rock Island. I1L Tel. No. 128 ole Agents for tbe Pane an. SKIVERS & i KU. r t K All kiaiaof etrjx uter ura dujv Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street J. r. MrrriBI. T hnann.. KOSENFIEI.D BHOH PRACTICAL Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters. II -n Hmittnir anrt KniirT Plnnhiar Ha4ntnt Kook Inland Nat. Bank mm. iCataJI 1.1 ! aw rvrGmpeion or ici Kor .ale I'O'itiv. UV' l etiaiM an fT PtX E.tttOUS wisiunitna i.i. UO'i- MA viVMVimt vwiiaunru, 'r, nasi rsajaai. njai .o i..-. . . mr-m m. n - For sale bj II art z & UUemcrer, 301 L " by T. II. I A 2 a s en vel y rrapper. Pitcher's Castoria. LATEST NOVELTIES IN jew mnum cam tm scan at K. F. DORX. The New Merchant Tailor 1822 SECOND AVE Harp' H. n. Hlf-k- Ir.t-orpornteil Under the State Law. ISLAX1V ILL DIRECTORS. C F Lynde. John crnbaugli It V Hull. K W ll.ii.t. r0 HfHifcmnnn, I'nll Mitckeil. I. rilmon, J llufurd. Jo'.n v-4 4 lArasna A IIdhht, Solictors. ERNEST WAGNER, Sec and Trias ANDFRrfD.V 1 fan-ri JoSbtntr tnit sbiiil nntlce a;il Mfl-fartiofl iru&ranlu. ROCK ISLAND RESTORE LOST VIGOR rwnrfWii, lni'irl Iwt ia eribxars. ny, ii- pw ui y i?i;.a - i. t'- Wti t r, at MliL UtwlClSZ CO- Cittlan4.Gua. Tbnma.. Druzfiii?.. sole ar-nt. Rm-k Ulnnd. III. It Bw r-.il- Wk.vtkm a.l ti.: A,4VbplD. Its-, ful : 1 itf- aa.aiwis mm'-i is.; m. "WOt.-ti. i iw et .UI . ' I 1 'V . J ir J.Mlnf sj-4Mvt. rrllfa", Jv. f-w'ifi rM.vtfV. Kay fati? jitbsi v , unai7i isT orivi'f . u fen ui ww-r ti visa a tv rwwrww rmnt i tr t-i -: v nr "wnip as ttn s aa t aV aV tr Va bt" 'a S i aaaaof kl art II tTI'l A Aft I I - 1.-4. Twentieth street.