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I ) ROFE8SIONAL CARDS. ATTOBVEI9. e. omnrau.1. . . n. oonrouT. Connelly & Connelly, Attorneys at Law. Ma second Boor, or Mitebafl Iyaat Jackson 8c Hurst. Attorneys at Law. ia Rook Inland national Beak bulldiar. a. . rwnxMi. at.un. Bweeney & Walker, Attorneys and Conncellors at Lai OAtee la Bengatou' Block. Charles J. Searle, Attorney at Law. Ltnl troslnee of all Mads rotrr xtwined a. State attarae? at Hack Island coanty. rtnramwocii MoEniry & McEnlry, Attorneys at Law. I ILaaa money oa good security: coller ' ftitmm. IMrnm Mitchell Lv.i, haaoara. limn, muw Dioca. ARCH ITJ5CT. Drack & Kerns, f Architects and Superintendents. I Boom t T M C A BuOdlnn, cor Third aveeae Sad Nineteenth etrert. Edward S Hammatt, f Architect. M Whltaker building, Davenport, la. Geo. P. Stauduhar, Architect. Flan and pertnteiHlencj for all elase of .. . , n - 1 - UI..1 II a, -..- Balkim. Take elevator. rsmouKi. t Dr. "W. H Ludewig s Specialist of Eye, Ear, t: Nose and Throat. f flee In Treeman's new building, corner Bev ; enteenth street and Third avenue, hock Island. i Telephone No. 1(08. Dr. Chas. M. Robertson, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only. OtBee, WnltUker Block, soatbwrot comer Third aad Brad it recta. Davenport. Iowa Rooms IT and 18. Hoar: to 11 a. m.,1 to 4 p. ax. j. a. aoLunratrsa, a. d. a. a. aaar. a. o Dxs. Baxth Ac Hollowbush, Physicians and Snrgeont. beVadOSSMrt. . TalepaoaalMS Besides osTal SI t, lus emoaaotTaw: . Pt.Bsrta I Dr, Hnllowfeusb stwa,av I lotoiaa,. 1 to and T up,m, Stetaadtto8p.au CITT orlcR. W. A. Darling, City Engineer. .Mitchell Lynde'a building. DKHTISTS. R. M. Pearce, Dentist. . Rooms SB and 31 In Mitchell Lyads's i BaHdinc Take elevator LEGAL. Execotor'a Notice. Batata of Johanna Banersfeld, deceatrd The nnrterslirned bavins been appointee axeca. tor of the laet will and teatament of Johanna Banersrald. late of the count of Kock Inland, auua of Illinois, deceased, hereby rives nolle. that he will appear before the county cuun of Bock lalaad connir. at the office of the clerk of aid court, in the city of Hock Island, at the July teim, on tne am Monday in 4017 uoxi. ai which time all persona having claim again) aaid aetata are notliled and requested to attend lor tne purpose or saving tae earn eajueiea. All person a indebted to said estata are re nested to make imaicdiate payment to the an aersiraca. Dated this S3d dav of April. A.D. 18 BDWAKD BALIRSKELl). Executor. Admlnlatrator'a Notice. Watata of If anraret Harrison. Deceased. Tarn andersia-ned bavin been appelated ad ministralor of the estate of Manraret liarri- soa, late of the connty of Rock Island, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that h will appear before the county court of Hock Island eounty. at the office of the clerk of said court, ia the cit of Rock Island, at the July term oa the Irst Monday ia July next, at which time all persons bavins; claims against said estate are Botiued and requested to attend, for the purpose of having the same adjasted. AU persona indebted to said estate are reqsest ed to make ia mediate payment to theander- sirneu. Dated this 97ih day of April. A. T. Mo. HENRY HARKliON. Administrator. Notice to Contractors. Sealed proposal will te received by the build lug committee of the nosrd of supervisor of Kock Island coanty. Iilinoia. nntil June 10. l1ft, at 1 o'clock, nooa. at the oflee of ike county clerk or Koca Island connty. in care or r. . Johason. ch.iraianef the hulldlair committee. for excavatinr. furnishing all matera a. aad for tie constrnctioa ana erecting 01 tne uocb iiana ronatv court house, lobe situated la th 'MMiit Uouse square, la the city of Kock Island. IllinoK la accoraanca with the plan and sprcidcattt a and detail drawing to be on 8'e at the eflre of the county clerk of Kock i.iand eeanty, Illinois, after May XI. l!ft. Al! bidders will be required to accompany tneir bid witb a cenmed cneett or ai.CU9.U0 M Table to the order of th cuantv treasurer of Knca I. lard county. I'llnoie, which aid check will be forfeited to the connty of Rock Island in the event of a failure of the bidder to enter Into a contrae with said board of saper V fors, .bo d his bid be accap ed. The party to whom the cont.-act la aw.rded shall enter hvo bonds lor ibe faithful disc ha re of M dnty m the sum of flfty thousand roaara (fV.fliOl ap proved bT the bulidis- committee. Said bat sba'l be opeaej by the building committee of the boaid of supervisors oa Monday. June Hi, lrtO, at IX o'd "ck, aooa or as soon tberevfter a :d beet neaa may be reached. The ricbt I reserved te reject any aad all bkfa or 1 1 waive any defect or informant ia any nid snonia tt ee acctaca 10 ut best Interest of tac munty to do so. A. Jin. hitrmin. Allut: Jaaxs O. Bairroa. becrctarv. 8. J. M iivtu, Jaanllsssos. Kbis Fia . W. p. tjraTLa, F. M.&ikt. W. K. faatT II a Ut UAII bmm Tmrvaml. ildsSreal Clem la Mouth. Uair-Kalllnirf Write rooa WKm KS X w,asi jaaaemie aeaapie. leiaw. Ill tor praob " emrea. CmrlJ rairro n XPECTMIT MOTHERS We OHer V0U A REWDY WmVa lasorc Safety tc Lc at Motacr r.lothers' Friend" of its Ma, at ir tmarrmwmw Btl ten" be- fore her 8m child had no cramps was quickly- llevea suaenng pat lime no puna uicran recorery rapid. . XJav t . . ray-Seat bv Mall or Express, oa reeeiptof price. l.M snsstUt. Boo To Motbera" mailed ree. aanriM.n REGULATOR CO- AILAA1A, SsMtf ad THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE. CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAM D a PACIFIC Railway Depot corner Fifth avenue anc rhiny-arst strott, Frank H. Flammer, Agent. TRAINS. Ban. West, IMuver Limited A Omaa. n. Worth. Denver R. C. t l it a .( 40 as. 111 l pa, amj SApm Minneanoiia S:40 It t: in an Omata A Dea Moines. .... . s:u pm t'imaha Minneapolis..... ; Am tll:!Spn t 6a Oam t X:mam t 8:S5pm t cunam tll:10nm Omaha a Des Moines Sx. . 7:t !1S:15 I 8:S0 : 11 :S0 ! 4:tfl !I10 118:90 't 1 45 ;7: 15 HJmaha Minneapolis II. Denver. Lincoln A Omaha... At. Pant a Mrnneapoha..... Kansas City a St. Joeph.... Denver.Ft. Worth A C. ;Kansas City a 8U Joseph tltock lalaad a WaahinKloa tteaaro A Des Mefcea Rock I. land.t Stuart aeeom.. hock I.lsudABrok!yn Ac... pmit :' am amltSbpa pm T :16 am lm T:30 aw pmlt T 40 am AmvaL tDepartnre. tDuliy.exceotsondai. All other dally. Telephone low. BURUNOTorr RnrjT B C. B. a Q. KAIL way Depot First avenue aad Sixteenth street, M.J. Tonne Meat. TRAINS. UAT. I AKHTVS. 4u Louis Rxprea TKK) xm. 7:30 pa H. Loot axprene " i: unj- sua Sterling. Dub'ique a St . Paul 1 4:40 pml 1 : 0 am Beardstowa Paeoeer x .SOpm 11:1? am feriing. Onboqwei A -t.Pa-Vt 1 S6ro UN) in iJally. tDailj except fondly. P"niCAOO. MILWAOKKR a ST. sin. Railway Rsdae A Seotbweatera Dtvarloa iwia Pwntlffh awL batwMa Pirat ana Second avenuee, X. D. W. Bolnaea, Agent. T"AIWS. Lxave. aiunva Moll and Ixprem... TMO am 4 M pm tpm II :46 am St. Paul Express... Dock Island a Pcoria Railway Depot First Avecne and Twentieth street. TRAINS. Lkatv. I Auura - Eastern Ex "The Trilby''. 4:lUam!IO:43 pm Peoria btlouis Mail x... , 3:05 ami S:4U pm , . ' . n. I ,4 .IK Peoria A crom. Freight 7:!!ipm S:Cu am Cable (via buerrard) Accom. 6:ntt aoi 5:30 pm Cable Aeeommodanoa...... ! 8:40am tupm Cable Accommodation ' Z ts pm 7 56 am Paasrazer trnins leave C. R. I A P. iMoline avenue) depot Ire i5i minotes mMrr than time given. Train marked daily, all other train caily except Butday. DCRLINOTON, CBDAR RAPIDS r.ortbera Railway, depot foot of Bradv street, Davenport. J as. Morton, ea Tkt ram. gcni. Davenport Trarns. Lav b4 : pm Abbttb bl0:5 am b 45 pa Freight. D7.0J I Wett Liberty Ira.p- tscaih MO :40pm o:liao b7 :2n pm bll ATtum h8Kmro Passenger.... b7:KIm 10:M pm M :40 pm aiS:4rprn No. "..' FrWtht. flatly. bDauy except fanaav. tUoing north. tftovne. Booth and eaat. No. IS run between Cedar vapid and West Libeity. W. J. Y0UNG9 JR. -.1 gtf 1 The Elegant Electric Light Steamer. W. A. Bui. Master; L. B. Siitxb, Clerk. Leve Rock Island for Mnscatlne. New Boston. Keitheburx, Oqaawkt, and Bur lington esery Monday. Wednesday And Friday, at 4:30 P. m. Nice moms and good mel. ftpecial rates to parti of five or more who wish to mate the round trip. The Yoang ha been very recently purchased ar.d rltte.1 ap for tnls trade, and ts not urvased by anything 00 the Mis.-is-ippi for elegance and comfort. UEORGK UM05T A SON, Agent. Liamond Joe Line, Warehouse. The Portage Entry Quarries Co., Successors to th Portage Red Stone Co., also to Furst Nea & Co.. PKOPKIKTOKS OF LAKE SUPERIOR PORT AGE RED. BROWN AND VARIEGATED SAND STONE QUARRIES. Security Building, Ninth Floor, Madison Street and Fifth Avenue, -Chicago IrCnnYROYAL PILLS ta mdmsj tar partktar, tiafjrMMblw act "TlIlL bW I SaaWi Mx. b iwtBiB 11LP Tmiabs mm r?T. .mir..M.fli..emg. SFEGULATIO:. Wear lisslsl faelMttaa te opar e aaull, far traaia- ea mania I lariy, (iviac mtaat anabitaatlal adiiw. Ur 4ra rsusiasd mm oa par at marataj. Oar baa. - Beaealaaaeeh r Hoe c Trad." maitad ea taaalss ef fet atamp. VAK WINKLE TO., tea Soar bag Building. Labau street. Ci. mmSPaEn-n na.ala l . . a Jt P-JPl V PrmM rr Xb ttm AXX lrJ - T.. -- . . .,, atPraarHr.war44e. FIOBIDAN JUSTICE Three Negroes Tortured for a Diabolical Crime. FLAYED ALIVE AUD THEN ETJSNED, Beside Other Herrer That Are Ka Da. tailed Caafwslae Ubtaiared fraiaa a Bwa pee Uader Threat ef Deask tt Be Didat Cm rex Doeau't Suva Hi free the Fate mt Hal Alleged AecepllBS Itay Meerd eg Wackesteeea, St. Louis, Mar 21 A special from Ellaville, FIa, to The R?pblic, aay: Three negroes wero lymhed Saturday night ta a d ense swamp -on the Sawanee river bj white men, for aaaanlting a white girL It is reported that they were flayed Vive and then barred, after being sub jected to frightful torture. The crime for which the negroes were to horribly put to death was one of the most terrible in the history of this section of Florida. The scene of the crime and barbarism was in Lafayette, the adjoining county to Madi son on the south. Miss Mamie Arm strong, the daughter of a prominent La fayette coanty farmer, left her home to spend the night with a neighbor who lived two mik-3 distant. Feaadl the M Maine; Girl's Corps. The next day Miss Armstrong's father went to the house to bring her home and was alarmed to hear that nothing hod been seen of her. Armstrong alarmed the neighbors and a search was made. The woods were scoured and the Suwance river dragged. Finally, about midway between the home of Armstrong and the neigh bor's house, the handkerchief of the girl was found clinging to a bush and all around were evidences of a desperate struggle. The searchers followed the trail thus indicated, finding that the girl hod been dragged Into the woods. Alter pro ceeding for a mile the corpse of Mias Arm strong was found In a thick clump of bushes. Had Bees Devil Islily Treated. The body of the girl wo in a horrible condition. Every shred of clothing had been torn from it and sue had been as saulted. The lower limbj bad been torn apart, her head crushed and her throat cut. It was evident that the girl had made a desperate fight, for under her nails were found pieces of black cuticle, which she bad torn from her assailants. Sam Echols was suspected, and threatened with instant death unless le confessed. He did so and implicated Sim Crowley and John Brooks. fate of the Threw Miscreant. Echols said that they kept the girl for twenty-four hours before killing her. For the greater part of the time the negro said Miss Armstrong was unconscious. Having secured the negroes implicated by Echols the white men proceeded with the three fiends to a dense twamp on the Snwanee river, where they were made to suffer torture until their torturers were surfeited with revenge. Then they were burned. The white people are terribly aroused and swear that they will extermi nate the negroes if these outrages are con tinued. Jacksonville, Fla., May S3. Nothing can be learned confirming or denying the story of the alleged lynching in Liafayette county, this state, of three negroes. Dili gent inquiry in Jacksonville, at Madison and at Kllenville, Fla., fail to get any further light beyond the mere rumor. On this rumor many wild stories have been acnteout over the country. HENRY IV A A DEAD SHOT. Incident of aa Elopement la Kentucky Bride's Brother Killed. Middlesbobo, May it'. A few days ago Henry Cooley, of this place, eloped with Sallie Dains, the two crossing over into West Virginia, where they were married, Miss Dains brothers had long opposed the suit of Cooley and when they learned of the elopement they were furious and declared their intention of killing their sister s husband. Marshall Cooloy, a brother of Henry, intercepted the newly married couple at Pound Gap, about five miles from here. and warned them of the fate in store for them. While tbey were deliberating the best course to pursue the Dains brothers came np and a fight Instantly ensued. Marshall Cooley and George Dains were killed outright. Henry and his bride es caped Injury. Beeaes la a Kentucky Court Reona, Cincinnati, May 1M There was a pan ic in the criminal court at Covington.Ky.. while the case of Emma Slaughter for S,5,000 damages from Dr. Jarvis McCollum for seduction was being heard. While Krama was testifying her father, Henry Slaughter, was seen drawing a large dirk. The sheriff and jailer grabbed him before he could reach McCollam. Afterward Henry Slaughter was on the stand and the attorney for the defense asked the witness whether he hod ever been in the penitentinry. Without answering Slaugh ter ripped out another dirk and plunged fur the attorney. He was again bcid back. Arrested fee Robbing a Tralm. Cripple Creek, Colo., May 80. Sher man Crumley, Kid Wallace and Sam Wilder have been arrested on warrants charging them with participating in the Florence ar.d Cripple Creek train robbery last March. Crumley and Wallace were arrested a few days after the robbery and were released because the evidence was not sufficient to warrant their detention. Ever since the release of Crumley and Wallace deputy United States marshals and the Denver and Rio Grande express detectives have watched them and they claim to have positive evidence of the prisoners' guilt. Mysterlow Crlese la ffklaha Peeby, May 2a A well-dressed man engaged a room over a restaurant. Next morning when his room was visited the bed was found covered with blood and great pool of blood were on the floor and much on the walla The man can't be found. The theory is that the man was murdered and carried away. Sixtj-Sre-Tamr-Old Has Te Be Baaged. Bowusa Gkeex, Ky., May .Colum bus Phelps, who murdered his half broth er, Henry Phelps, he lay in bed beside bis wife, several m.les from this city. j April 9. was tried in the circuit court and ; trie jury promptly fixed the death penalty. The prisoner u do years of age, white- haired and bent In lorin. Cat. Uehr Getag W. a. Rock ro ED, Ills., May 90 Commander- in-Chief Lawler and staff will leave Rock- ford, June 4. for a trip to the Pacific coast department . STATUS OF THE NATIONAL GAME. Catenae Take at Dram to Vwarth While ritUbwrg I Still Flrr. Chicago, May 30. As the result of its trip on the toboggan brought to this city with the baggage of the New York clnb of base ball experts Cbroago'a club baa taken a drop from it proud position of a week ago, bat baa played good ball with the Brooklyn al riggers and holds fourth place, with Boston only seven points ahead as third. Pittsborg slings to the bead of the class with a desperate cling. Following are shown the positions of all the clubs: Fer Club. Flayed. Won. Lost. Cent. Pittsburg S 15 7 .e3 Cincinnati St M 8 . Boston 1 13 7 -SB Chicago 24 15 . Cleveland 22 IS 10 .54-". Philadelphia 19 10 t J2 New York 30 10 10 JBtU Baltimore 17 8 S .470 St. Louis 2i 10 15 . Brooklyn. 30 7 13 .350 Washington... Si) S It JX Louisville 30 6 15 50 Following are the late League scores: At Pittsburg New York 4, Pittsburg?; at Cleveland Philadelphia 9, Cleveland 7; at Cincinnati Washington 4. Cincin nati tf; at LiouisvHle Boston 1, Louis ville 0; at St. Louis Baltimore 0; St, Louis 7; at Chicago Brooklyn 6, Chicago 8. Sunday At Cincinnati Washington 8, Cincinnati 4; at Louisville Cleveland 8, Louisville 4; at Chicago Brooklyn 9, Chicago 11; at St. Louis Baltimore 1, St Louis 4. ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. The yachting season has opened in Eng land and the Ailsa, that beat the Britannia nearly every race in Mediter ranean waters last winter, has been beaten twice in succession by the Britannia. Great excitement existed in the Chi cago Board of Trade when wheat, instead of seeking a lower level, persisted in go ing above 79 cents a bushel, while corn sold np to 55?4 cents. Ned and Will Ross, sons of a prominent farmer, near Mlddlesborough, Ky., quar reled over a calf, when Ned drew a pistol and shot Will dead. Special Agent Johnson, of the land of fice at Duluth, Minn., has discovered the theft of about a million feet of timber In the Ashland, Wis , district, for which some lumbermen will have to pay. Cardinal Gibbons has started from New York en route to pay a visit to the pope. Bishop Foley, of Detroit, was a fellow passenger. The building at Santiago de Chile oc cupied by the congress of Chile has been totally destroyed by fire. It is believed that the disaster is of incendiary origin. President Thompson, of the Bank ot Commerce at St Lottis, has issued a per emptory order forbidding any and every employe of the Bank of Commerce from attending horse races, under penalty of dismissal. The grand division, Order of Railway Conductors, in session at Atlanta, has voted 125,000 of their $200,000 cash re sources to conductors who participated In the Lehigh Valley strike In November, 1893. The Bankers' Association of Illinois will hold its fifth annual meeting at Bock Island, June 5 and 0. At Winfield, W. Vs., Charles and An drew Smith were killed and Robert Smith fatally injured by falling slate at Plymouth coal mines. The body of William Brown, who was lost In the wreck of the steamer Sakle Sbeppard In Maumee bay, has been found on the shore of Lake Erie, about twenty miles from Toledo, O. . Count Goluchowskl has been sworn in as Austrian imperial minister for foreign affairs, In succession to Count Kalnoky, whose resignation was recently accepted. There is a quarrel going on at Chicago over the disposal of the body of the late Professor Swing, one party insisting that it remain in a Chicago cemetery and the other that it be taken to Oxford, O., where the professor is on reoord as desir ing to be buried. Two hundred members of the lower house of the Prussian diet have signed a motion in favor o f an International silver conference, which has already passed the upper house. An eastern syndicate headed by Ed ward Conley, of New York, has purchased the water power at Ouinneseo Falls, W is. Wednesday, May 22. the general assem bly of the United Presbyterian church will meet at Pittsburg. About Wo dele gates are expected. John Barry, shift boss, and James Me Garvln, miner, were killed in the Ana conda mine at Butte. The former was "blasted," while the latter was struck by a descending cage In the shaft. The glycerine tank at the Rock Glyc erine company's plant, near Custer City. Pa., exploded. ratrtcK xtrogan and Peter Boris were horribly mangled and will probably die. Obliterated the Colas- Lima. Chicago, May - The Chicago Wo man's club has obliterated the oolor line. Character and character alone, backed by Intelligence, is now the only condition of membership In that organization. Kaon, color, creed, political leanings ar all pushed aside by an amendment to the constitution. He Was Praaalaaat at Ceriarta. Victoria; B. C, May ax Captain Trench, of H. M. S. Royal Arthur, flig sbip of the Paciflo station, who had charge of the British troops landed at Corinto, died on April 80th and was buried at sea the following day. Trench was sick for but a few hours, suffering from gastric fever. Earthqaake Destroy Many Uvea, Florence, Italy, May 8ul An earth quake which visited this city did some slight damage here and injured a few per sons, but at Baris, Grosslna, Lnpaggi, and San Martlno a score of people were killed, many others injured and a great amount of property wrecked. fro Bomb-Thrower Sehaaabelt. Nrw Yobk, May SO. A special to The World from Tegucigalpa, Honduras, say: The World correspondent was accosted yesterday by a beggar whom he recog nized a Scunaubelt, one of the Chicago Haymarket anarchists. Baa late a Barbed-Wir reme. Cektbalia, Mo., May SO. Ennis Rob inson had thirteen gashes cut in his leg and B. Koberts had bis lips torn until the teeth protruded by running their horses Into a barbed-wire fence while racing. Frehlb.tl lists Held a Law rasa. RocKroRD, JUa, May a. The Prohi bitionists of northern Illinois are hold ing a conference and love feast in this city today, and hundreds of .third party men are present. . . - FREIBURG GIVES UP HIS BONOS Turn Over Hi Whisky Trust Holding for Wait He 3aw fee Thau Chicago, May 2a As a sequel to the bill filed by Receiver McNulta charging that Greenhut, Morris, Freiburg and oth ers bad sold to themselves whisky trust bonds at 5) cents on the dollar W. J. Frei burg, of Cincinnati, has offered to sell to the receivers all his holdings of that sale for the prioe paid, and Judge S ho waiter has azreed that the receiver may accent the offer, the reorganization committee supplying the money. The bonds have been transferred. Attorney Edwin Walker, for Greenhut and Morris, later filed a bill for their clients to foreclose on the trust's property on the petition of the Central Trust com pany of New York, which is the trustee under the $1,030,000 bond issue. The effect ot the bill Is to partially tarn the tables on the receiver and the leorganisa- tion company, and chango the positions of Greenhut and Morris from that of the defensive to that of aggressive. When the hearing on the application for the foreclosure takes place before the court the questions and charges raised In the receiver's bill will be reviewed. Settled the Case am Private Tin ass MrsKEooif, Mich., May 80. A settle ment bos been made of the long, sensa tional litigation ot Champagne & Co. vs. the Muskegon Booming company. The terms are private. The original suit was brought to recover damages for the setting of plaintiffs' mill property afire by a Booming company's tug, but charges of spiriting away witnesses, claims for damages therefor, and contempt of court proceedings bod. complicated the matter, which had been reviewed repeatedly by the supreme court and been sent back. Victory for the Bell Telephone. Boston, May 20. The decision of the United States circuit court of appeals in the case of the American Bell Telephone company et al., appellant, vs. the United States, appellee, has been filed with the clerk of the court It reverses the decree of Judge Carpenter declaring the Berliner telepone patent Invalid and is a victory for the American Bell company. The Local Market. Wheat We Coro-4ii-;ie. Oat- as3c Bay Timothy. flOifctlS up!. tlltWli: wtld.floall;sloogh e74ta; baled. $.'! 1:1 PBCIT AMD VKSETABLEa. rotatoe 7.1e. . uakms sue per bo. Faoncoa. Bn Fair to choice, ire; fresh cream cry 18-. Eprs Fresh, 11c. Poultry Chickens, 7c LIVB STOOK. Cattle Butchers ray for corn fed cteer 5.; cows and heifers, 334'4 ; calves Hoc 4V,e bbeep He Spring lamb, SC1 a heal. FUEL. Coal -Soft. We. Wood $3.50 tier cord. Strango,btTruo The child that cannot digest milk can digest Cod-liver Oil as it is pre pared in Scott's Emul sion. Careful scientific tests have proven it to be more easily digested than milk, butter, or any other fat. That is the reason why puny, sickly chil dren, and thin, emaciated and' anaemic persons grow fleshy so rapidly on Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil and Hypophosphites when their ordinary food does not nourish them. Don't b prrrrtr.ded to cccrpt a t'Jb'tilvt'f Scot! & Eowne, N. V. JIDruggisU. SOcandS'., Are You Going ' A word to those going to build this coming season! If you are go ing to build a nice res idence get figures from the Colons Stone Co. of Colons, 111., on a cut stone .building of white ran a I r vengated sandstone. M.W I If vou hnilil of brick let them give you figures Build. on the trimmings. If you build a frame or wood building let them give yon figures on the range work. It will imtrove the took and value of yonr noue per cent. rome i tne nicest nuiiainfrs in tlie state are built of Colona stone. By all meant have your srctltrct speci'y Colon stone to be usod in yenr building. Sample of stone and photorrsnh of buildings can be seca at Boom It, Mitchell at Lynde' building. i" oar. a'-unr. iB-uarr. v law. ot'iers fall. Vmimr tiMn r-tfln Vist ananbuod; old a. t- nmmii t, mnn mint . ..m wnn, men recover vnailifui vienr. ail4 totsn t-maatti, l.aa Vttolity. either era. Pulllm M,.." Wmii eaet, . tulaI tfrrtt fj if atms or mm and tn-liscrrf ir-n. Ward, cm Insanity and Consumption. Dont fc-t dnsevtst Impose a worthk-sr)bstifaat oa yoa fow Itytc-lc. greater nnttu. Inswtonhav in PEEFF.at'a) KEfcVaOwBt. or send for tt. Can be carried in vest p"riet. Prepaid phvra wrap ser. 1 ner box. or S for sJt- witb A f-alaiwa VritleaOuaraale t Cava TBUrumd taw WSOZr- PaiDph let f nr. Sola by dimmrlM. Addn rj rajs mvavauaava. a , u Sold by Hsrts A Ullemejer atu I. H Thomas. perfect cir:n::D! How attained bow ra- etored how pusei vea Ordinary works on Phr- ewloa-y will aot tell yoa : the doctors reVt or wont; bat all the same yoa wish to know. Yoar mm posers mwm W V V , TJf ani ftJaTft'U Kit. rmrMioT Ow lava Imu-a the truth. Ever man who would regain sexual vigor lost throearh foily, or develop momlnri wek by a tare or wasted by dlseaaa. should write for oor aealed book. "Perfect Manhood " e 0a j ttlECECICUCa.,EirffiJ3lI.Y. "dW1lft,l honk at - tittttasatvtvW.AWVVa.i. V A A I f 1 r w 1 - I II 1 f 1 l-SJS----rr-r- n a..-.. - - -- -anw-iwiiaamaa for Infants abaai i atleaa wf y sadmeat BsdTJieaa wf Mrarat, peraaft It la wnqweetjonahly the Wat tha world kaa mvme Imoww. It gTvea thorn health. It wPI aava their Mvwa. It it xutwtbera bavw smwyartMne; which fa aV-olntely aafw aaim mrwwtjcaaiT pwrfeet ttr at Caatewiav deetiey "Worn. CstataHat stTlay Feverlhaea. Caatorl prevewta woaaitfaa; Soww Cwrw. Caatwrla ewrwa PtajThesw aad Wind CoMav Castorla r-elisrvea Teething Tronhlea. CmteaHa ewree Ceasatlpatlom aid xTatwlesaey. Caartarla neatraUeee the esTecta af carhoxde acid sraa er pedawwew mir, CateTi dew mot eoxttaia xaei phjjae, rplim. eg other atarpcrtle swap arty. Caatesria -"-tes tha food, retrwlatea the trnach aatd Wwala, srlwlma; hoalthy ajxd matwr-al leew. Caateriet to part wp In eaa-alre Dottlee ewly. It fa wot aold lai VaTh. DemH mllgwr amy owo to aH yw ajythlwa; olao oat the plao. or riwssdaa) that tt to "jmat 00 gea" quad 'will aatwer errwry parp e." Boo that yom get OA-8-T-O-B-I-A. Tho arr-alsBlIo sdgwataro of Children Cry for Chicago Medical ImtituK Permanently located in Daveuport, Iowa, for the cure ot chronic, nervous, surgical, private and female diseases. Formerly Clinical Proiessor in I wo of Cbicaeo's leading medical colleges. Consultation Free. rtOaTT ASS FIXaalTXirr CnB. CATARRH, Bronchitis, Asthma, early consumption, Rhenmatlam, Ncnraliria, DysDep.ia, hcrofnla. Syphilis and all blood, liver and kidney disease. LADIES All diseases peculiar to their sex eared by the la'est painless method. ELECTRICITY scientifically ap- nlied. nctvou debility, loss manhood, exhaustive drains, night losses, defective memory, threat ned ' insanity, loss of will power, mental delusions, slecpk-vsness, etc. RUPTURE, Piles. Fistula. Hrdro. cele and Varicocele cured bythe latest aid moil toccessful methods. DONT submit to a surgical opera tion without consulting n Remember oor long hospital exoer nice enables u to save a life where other fall. SURGICAL operations performed at your home when desired. Abdominal and brain surgery a specialty. Beet of reference and credentials. If you can not call, write. Hundreds cured by mail. Chicane Medical lustituie, 241 Brail y street, Davenport, Iowa, between Second and Third bueeta. UOl'RS: t to 13 a.m.. t to 5 p. m 7 to 8 p. at. lijnee? 'k J.T.DIXON Merchant Tailor And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens. 1706 Second Avenue. JOHB . PARI DOSJ. PARiDori a con Painters and Decorators FATES SAN9SSS, CATiSflasTWXSS. tc. S30F, U9 SwTntMBth St, SOCZ ISLAND. ILL. J. SPILGER Contractor and Builder. Shop and Residence No. 81 1 Third avenue. e tlmmpf. rains ara by Uartx & Ullcmc;er, 301 For sale I and Children. wrttk tkt) ma aw salt wf lt-wrtb-wwy, cneeiias;. fsaear far Infant and Chlldrem to harxeleee. Chlldraai lfha It. It tooatoioif Pitcher's Castorla. DR WALSH, Specialist. Late of Chicago, formerly surgeon-in-chief of St. Anthony's hospi tal, has permanently located in Davenport, Iowa. DR. WALSH makes a specialty of disease of the Mxual organ of toih sexes and guarantees 10 cure every ce be undertakes. WOMEN suffering from diseases of the womb, ovaries, bladder, kidney, nervous exhaustion palpitation of the heart, dyspepsia, or anv disease pecnllar to the sex. should call on the great specialist and get an opinion on her cts free of charge. DR. WALSH positively cures ner vosa debility, gleet, piles, s'reture, varicocele, seminal, incontim nee, spermatorrhea, rheuma tism. If your cae is a nrgiral one and demand n operation, consult Dr Walsh and tit lh profit of his vat hospital experience. SYPHILIS and all blood and skin diseases cated by Dr. Uebias (of Vienna) method. CONSULTATION FREF, OFFICE 124 WEST THIRD STREET. BcCullongh Boll ling, I ll'nrs to V t to . aa . I T to 8 .12. DAVKXPOKT - IOWA BEBBT A. PARI DOST - l St. tesraorl . aPwwtveWrMtea I Mt f S and a" a. traSltS f l I SltST. armeed Cars tmw LU I Imm w waf SndtialU ntnutm, if Ah of youii and Ml. a.l aa aud wumi a. tu awtal rffiu 'A ToC 71 1 Ft'L KKkOU-4, earvafcaaoraadavciopMj orr.aa. mkaa, Krvoas UrUtmy. Strati? fcjaiawuiis. Courjmflo, Inasaay, tibuM.bc dralas aad bias of nrnt of ttom On .erati.e Orran. unUtuag foe st.Kly, busineai aad aurria, ts ekxtyurrd by SUtE TOlC aad SUMS STl IL T CibrWirl i tn ptaa Tfw wmwm nmam ssmiif w r K r. .r 1 , h a ia lr rail. SI. rrr aos IM vni Hllcajisilwltsie taadtSsmaasy. boofctra. arra caUaaaaa, a. w tarfe. Twentieth htrcct.