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THE ARGUB, SATURDAY, JULY (5, 1895.
5: BENNETT'S Glove s Fur Store LADIES: Now id the time to have your fur gar ments " repaired and trimmed. Wo also carry the largest as sortment of ladies and gents gloves at 1605 Second A v. Gloves made to order- A full line of Sporting (3ods. a IS .1 vM a Boston Dsntal Parlors DOCTOR WI. 42. IcBAVITT PKOPRIETOa. mi w5 SI Ilrnil v Street. DAVF.NI'OKT. To introduce ourielvcs to the tnhlic of (lia Tic'tiliy we will, onlil further no tice, EXTRACT TEETH FREE We male a specialty of the Palnlrrs Ex traction of Teeth aid A HI SB 083 the wonderful local Antithetic EXCULSIOit which h'uno ba-lvffcti upon the heart. We alftO use Nitrons Oxido, Chloroform or Ether, If desired. We do all kin'a of I lik-rlass Dentistry, making a epeeialty of ths Correction of Irregularities of the Tc th ai d (iULD CROWN at d BKIDGE WOl'K. ill work goaruateid. l.ady attendant. See Our Prices. Silvor Filling BO cents and tip Hold FillUg. l and np Cold Crowns. Sol of Tee b pi Open 8 a. m. to 8:30 p. ni. Ccmc and it ni. We can save you mo-i y Open Snn'aya for extracting from 9 to 10 a. in. TEETH Without Plates. Boston Dental Farlcrs. Over Winccke's Tailor shop. t.8 Brady street - - - - DAVEXrORT, IA A WOMAN Who does not want her washing done in the shortest time and neatest way is hard to find. Those who use ANTI-WASE30ASD 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. BEAD ERECTIONS, Follow them and you will find you have, struck a good thing. OBBAT BOCX ISLAND TAB SOAP Softensthe skin, heals chapped hands and removes grease, paint etc. Warnock & Ralston Soap Makers. Bock Island. 3 af 9 a 1 S a o a & Bo St 3 Q 6c 1 3D murmur a 77' . m ' jr i-tw X' V 1 mm DAILY vJjtT 8 ALBS JTI ,1 LrAVC eo-000 MM J " 8 SOLO CNLV IN 2 LB. PACKAGES. VITALITY and ENERGY DEPEND UPON THE FCCD YOU EAT. DELICIOUS. HEALTHFUL. ECONOMICAL. I aBOLD CSV ALL SROeKO. I 71 BANKS. The Moline State Savings Bank, Moi.ine. III., Oflioc Corner Fifteenth St. and Third Ave. CAPITAL $100.000.00 e'nw ' the' Mo! Ire Savings Cask Orgjiiia-d last 4 Per Cnt Interest raid on Deposits. Orif :siKed nn-Vr Mtate I awa. U-n from V a. in. 10 8 p. m , and ri.rie.'a) and:tmrdy lunula from 7 U 8 p nt QKricEits: laiHTta Skixkkh. - - President Uinaa rjR.iNu, Vice President C F IIuiiwit, - Caehicr KUSTEES: Toktcm tia"Kxa, IIioa Oiatisa. II II Aixawonru, Geo II Edwakim, C F IUxenu-aT, C A Rose, C B AUiowouTU, ' W II Adaua, . W W Wblls. VVfestenj Investment4 OUARANTitSD REAL ESTATE LOANS atad for private parttea In lha rwlw pot of ika weal by tbe )rchard SUtc BanJ at ltu:ilAftr, tb.tAKA, i K. W. lUkt. fr.tiV-nU I. U. Uaar tlwhiw. KKVeuEMCKit. rflLthell A Lraile. Danker j. r. Kolrtunun, Caehler Hock laland ttallonsl ;. r.. Canar, w. U. Haonr Dtura bub. Wboler&lc (troara. rorraanopdonf ilirj ad Huesing & Hocft IJ SURA WOE AGENTS. Representing aaion other time-tried a ad well Inown Fire Insurance Coni- p.tnics the following: nochrs'i-r Ocmn ln Co. Wlrth tr Kiro . BiffsloUcr an " . euriur tiortlon . .... Rochester, N T New Yorli Tinftaio. N Y Philadelphia Ucrmnri Fire . . ........ rcuria. in .. MancbO'ter N II ...Wtlaukee. Wie New llaroii-hlre " . Milwaukee Mechanics " . Security - . .Mew Haven, Opnn Office Corner Eighteenth street and Soccnd Avcunc, second floor. Telephone No. 1017. ROCK ISLAND. ILL. Established 1808. "THE OLFrELIABLE." HAYES ft CLEAVELAJTB fiBBXBAt. in mm Bepreoenting over 40 Million Doll art et Cash aaseta Fire Life, Tomado- Aooident, Marino, . Employer's Liability INSURANCE. . Bonds of Suretyship OmCo-Bangaton-e block Sock lalaaJ, Ola KSJTtacare oar rates; they will telerast yoa. J M BUFORD, Ocneral . . . -Insurance Agent The old lire sad Time tried Oosapaatea represented. Loises ProaptlT Fall. a tea as low as say rattable aiiiaaj caa aa You Patrotiace la eoUcitad. NEWS FROk COtiAfe- Filibustering Expedition Nar rowly Misses Capture. EAS TO BEACH AHO BUSH THS BOAT. Tba Man. Dmtnr, Kacapiac to Shore lUlnrnimt for tho Babala Gnmm, Urn laaairg leader, Ualsrad Killad BalMla Flro a ! zr Xrata Flaadcr and Bira PI natation and Kaa aacro tha Laborers Thcroon. SASTIAOO, ee C0DA, July 0. It is re ported hero that a small Cuban expedi tion from Jamaica, nhilo attempting to land on the const west of Santiago re eentlr. was so closoly pusucl by Spanish warships as to be compelled to beach and burn their schooner, with the bulk of the munitions aboard, to avoid cipturu. Tbe men, hotvover, all escaped. Twenty-five young Cubans, including the sons of sev eral leading morclinntj. succeeded in breaking through the Spanish picket lines and joining the rebel forces . Tho party Intended to nnito with Colonul Palaaa's forces near Cuabatas. Allesod Atrocity by th Rabela. Tho Garrido estate, LaCuba,Tras burned by rebel guerrilins, and slxtonn Spanish laborers upea the place went killed In tbe attack.' According to Spanish accounts, these mott offered ho armed resistance and were virtually massacred by the Cubans, who turned a deaf car to tho most pitiful appeals for mercy. r Havana, July C Tho plantation of Kt- pcrauz, near Sauta Djmiiigo. in tlio Sagua la firan-Jti department of the prov Into of Santa Clara, has bt.cn nttackou by Qlty insurgents, who soizjd ali the nrms ntid of lor war J plundered a store nt Muttla J'ticta. Troops havu bcurt sent in l u suit. A ritilni.'vl pissnajrjr train Ullod with men, women and childn-n, bound for this city, was fired upon by a band of insurgents. Only one of tbe passengers was wnunilou. , IleMrt uf tUm Uentw of Ganrra Details reat-hud heru of the death of Amudor tiuerrn, the noted insurgent leader. It appears that t wo severe en gagements were fought nt Palmas Atlas, not far from Manzanillo, ono of the larct towns in S-inti.igo do Cuba. Cap tain Cireas at the head of a detachment of eighty volunteers engaged a fores of 4(J0 insurgents cavalry under command of Amador Uuerra. Tho volunteers lost seventeen killed and had nineteen wound ed. Among the killol on the insurgent Mile was Amador Gunrraand Lieutenants Iiaphnol Oorrcro and Taniayo Y. Ferrer In addition sixty of tlio insurgent rank and file wero killed. - t asillaile That Lasted Two Boors, Tho insurgODts havo burnod several houses at Tinrrabam. not far from tho city of Santiugo do Cuba, their intention beinij to cause tho garrison to leave tho fort and start in pursuit of them. But, as tha troops did not leave tho fort the Insurgents opj jd fire on them and k-pt up llring for two hours. At the expira tiun of that ti mo tho insurgents wore com polled to retire, loaviu many dead and wounded on the Held. . PRICES OF STAPLES ADVANCE. A Prominent Feat are vi the Trading ol tbe Week fuet PaL Kkw Yuue, July li. EraditriTt's says Notwithstanding tho week is broken by a holiday, favorable trado conditions .here tofore reported continno to czerctso a pronounced influnee. General advances in prices of sial ics and in wages of in dustrial enterprises is a prominent fea ture. Tho extent of the voluntary ad vances in wages reported within a month or two has outgrown tho resources of vol untary statistical bureaus which have en deavorcd to keep track of them, latest oil Vices being that more than l.OM-.OJ J in dustrial workers havo received an ad vance nvoraglng about 1 ) per cent, At the eist- th'i most unlive trails is re ported from Pittsburg, where the revival of the iron and steel industries has stun nlated tr uio in almost all lilies.. At tho of No oin west the most favorable condition business is reported from St, Louis. material imp rove merit is reporud from the south, rnins continuing to bo dam aging to agricultural interests, whilo at the south Atlantic and gulf stats cities tho quiet movement of staple goods and fuir or unsatisfactory c illjctlou of tho past mouth or two continue. But advices from nearly all cities re porting appear to agreo that wholesale dealers iu nearly ull lines aro greatly en couraged as to the outlook for business during the autumn, believing that the demand Will be greatly stimulated by tho Very general, and as it is boiicved perma- uciit, improvement in prices. 1 Jnaytloa Againat o noyoott. Dbtuoit, July & The members of the advisory board of the striking cigarmak- cr- liavo been served wih a federal court injunction restraining them from issuing or printing circulars lor distribution boy- cutting or interfering with the leaf to bacco business of L. Kuttmaucr & Co., whom it nppoars the cigarmakers had in cluded in the boycott being waged against cigar manufacturers. Early Cbleago Settler Dpad. CniCAUO, July 0 Alexander Ilaslei who ci mo to this city in liiil, is deaX lis was the ploiHK-r photographer of this city and wivs eminent in tho profession, hav ing taken the highest prices at tho New York and Centennial world s fairs. His collection of dagujrreotypjs of Abraham Liucolu is of great value aud Idslorlcal In terest, , Crsls Uoaey to Ineorporate Sow, SrRINOFlELD, Ills., Ju'y il Tno Poov tcllo Klectric Light and Power company. of Chicago, paid the highest foo for tho issue of its license of Incorporation evor collected by the secretary of state of Illi nois. It is tho first corporation organised under the new corporation act with largecapitalis ttion, and it was obliged to pay $173 for license. Colored Murderer Hanged. MoDlLK, Ala, July 6 Thomas Nor ville, colored, was banged in jail hers. Ilia neck was broken. Norville was bangtd for the murder of Louis Coleman, colored, whom be killed last summer. This was tho third legal execution hers in year. Itiewd M e Wile and shut Ber. SPKiscrii:L. ills, Jj!y Gaorgo Lowsoa fut.Uly .hot his wife and then himself. Lawaun was drunk. He went to the kitchen wbeio bis wito was getting breakfast, kiased l.cr and then shot her ' thrvujh the body. . , ProimlBf r.t Boa fraaa All Over tba Stato of Illlaoa Attend. ' FREETst, Ills., July b' Telegrams of eondolenou from nearly every county in Illinois came to the widow of Speaker Meyer, and a number of beautiful fl tral tributes wero received from friends throughout - the state.' The remains of the dead speaker were buried yesterday afternoon. Brief services were conducted at the Coll man residence . by Rev. E. P. Hill, D. 0., pastor of tbe first Piesby terian church of Frwnort, and Rev. Dr. John Mueller, president of tbe Presby terian eolicgo at German Valley, Ills. A selected quartette reuderod the music. Bo fore the service an opportunity .was given tho irlcnus Irom Chicago and other cities to view tho remains for tho last time. Friends wore present from all parts of the state to the number of several hun dred. A train from Chicago brought down a largo number of people to do honor to the dead citizen. Amoaz those from the World's fair city was Mayor Swift, Lieu- lonoiu ujvernor ana Airs, uiii were iu t attendance, as wore also a iariro number , , ..i nf InrHcliruM fwtntn t ..I Ami ..t,t K- I ern part 01 tuu str.to. ine active pan-; w . . w-t rx I . . . ' . ujaiar. non;i vrear xw iiuaru, vinwa attorney and a classmate of tho speaker; Postmaster F. Charles Donohue, O. U Schulie, n. J. Mooch. Alfred Fruei and Liuia Karcher, the latter of Chicago, all personal friends of the deceased. The honorary palt-bearors were: Sena tors Munsun, Aspin wall, J'lsher, O'Brien, Willoughby. Mahoncv aud Bartling, and Ilepresentatives McCarthy, Stoskopf, Shanahan, Mulr, SlaJe. Schubbrt, llo gan, Dudley, Curlcy, Mahoney, Brannen, Ciillah;in, Needles, B-tTT, Crafts,'Coeh- ran, Mauritz n and J. W. White, of v iiiteside. Cirani liesent John Ktley, I of the li yal Arcanum, ami a largj dele-! rd tho funeral, us council. did nlso tho Freeport BRYAN SPEAKS AT LEXINSTON. Tito Kebran'oi silver Champion Invade Catlialv'a StauiplftgUroaacJ, Lexington, Ky., July 0 Congressman Bryan cauiinanilej the closest attention of a large au.lienco hero last iiiht in ar- gning for bimetallism. lie said that mo- no-metallists lilscuss tbe d.lli-ulty in maintaining tho parity between tho two lnotnl?, while the biuictallists nro more anxijus to malutuln the parity between the dollar and nil other property. He quoted from Sherman, Blaine and Car lisle to prove that the destruction of sil ver as money and tho adoption of tho nnt- versal gold standard would increase the purchasing power of the dollar and bring great embarrassment to society in gen eral. Ko asserted that tha masses favor his jue tall bm. The capitalists favor a cold standard as tbe most prnfltnblo to owners of money and credit, lie c-laimcd that a change in the ratio secured by increasing the size of tho silver dollar would lessen the volnmo of nioucy and muk) money dearer, and insisted that tho United S:ates should nt oncd secure tUu freo and unlimited colli ngo of silver nt 14 to I. because it wasp n slblc for tlie United Stales to do so, aud because there was no probability of inter national aid. MRS. PITZEL'o CHILDREN. - Benrchlng for Tiac.aot the Snppoaed Vic t-ins of II. If. tlnltnne. Detiioit, July 8 A special ogont of . tho Fidelity Llfo Insurance company and Philadelphia detective have begun a search hero for cvidenco of the missing children of Mrs. Pi z -1, supposed to have been murdered by II. U. Holmes, now serving a term In a Pennsylvania prison for palming off a corpse on the Fidelity Mutual Insurance company and at tempting to collect a . policy granted to himself. There wore tlir:o children, a boy and t vo girls. The first trace found of the children was in C.ncinn itL It is certain they woro broiiirlit hero. Law t ail to lie K'ipl'clt. SruiNGFiELi, ills., Ju y tl State Audi warrant under tho previsions of tho1 act for the establishment of ! stato vaccine farm, and Secretary tor uuro iii&a rctuii taauu Scott, of tho state board of health. threatens mauumuus proceedings to com-, n..l .l,n Iccitit rif tlt, ..,.,,. (ruann.1 pel tno issue ol tno w arrant, i he ap-, propri.ltlon Was Iliulo but tho bill doCSi ' , .., . . ( nub eoiivuiu iiu usuiu kihubj uirvutiuj and authorizing the auditor to draw his warrant for the sum nainxl, nor doss it designate to whom tho appropriation shall be payable. Krn:a ky Popalittle Ticket. Louisville, July 0 Tho Populist stato convention declared for froe silver and nominntod tho fdlowing ticket: Gov ernor, Thomas I. Pettit, of Daviess; lieu tenant governor, John J. Blair, of Niicbolas; treasurer, M. R. Gardiner, of Hardin; auditor, C. IL Djun, of Wood ford; register of the land of&se, J. K, Q.ncksail, of Wolf; attorney general, S. M. Prltou, of Iiart; secretary, qf state. Don Slnfletory, of Hlckmin; United States senator, Clarence S. Btc, of Jef ferson. One Tonsn Leas at ilurltngtoav BuuuSiiToN, la., July 0. Two local toughs while resisting arrest firoi upon Chief of Police Low from behind trees in tbe residence portion of tho city last even ing. After Law had shot ono through the shoulder they both grappled with him and were beating him over the bead with their empty guns when Officer Sbirgluff came running up aud shot one, named Connelly, through the back, in flicting a fatal wound. The other es caped. Xntiooal Edaentional Associativa. DKSVElt, July 0. This city is rapidly filling up with educators from all parts of the country. They are coming to attend tho fourteenth annual masting of tbe Na tional Kiucational ass jciatio.-v Fully 18,003 visitors are expected. Tho National KJucatloaal ejuncil is holdiug its first meeting today. Tuesday next tbe Amer ican tcachors will b?gia conference. Denver Is "wido op.-a" in the sense of hospitality. Stratbborrjr Ore a a iteeord. Feohia, l is., July Another largo crowd was present at the races. Strath- uerry Droxe tno worm s suite record on a half-inilu track, pacing the mile in 3:W in the second heat wf the free-for-all pace. Clave of the tndUb Tracaere CoaveoMoav Slocx Citt, la , Ju'y 6 Tbo Indtan teacher convontiua closed last nbzhk. The gathering was a success from every point ot view. ...., ' - TMt; MARKETS. k fork FimooaU. ' Sew Yoa: July . Money on cnU nnaiiaxl T "t per coat, Pri-'o ntrri-aatilo pi'J" Pr cant. Sterling ex:h;insv etn'nj. with nctnal bn iuess in brnken' bilia ' -?i JtWfor demand and iSsilS far xtr diya: posted rates 4TSi4Sa aud i'J Oi.a co uuiere:al bids &lver eertirirmt'S CisinH: no ules; bar silver. OS-i. Mexican da irs Unit-.-U Slate eoro nJient 'ni. firm; new ' re;- do. cou.oa. liijj; a'a res, 4 coauu.n. 1.6M: ' 'ft. 112: 4's roapons, 1134: re vi; Pacida us of VJ loo. Chlcaso Grain and Prodoeo. ClllCAOO, July t. FoJoobil wero ths Quotation uu tu Bj r.l of ' Trade to.Uy: Wliat-Ja;y, orx-nel 69'e. olawl S H: eptaiwur. opwnoil S'He.tlxwd V.ii levtnF-r,ined 73 e,.-Jo-l 7-'.'4C Corn July. incl ISio. cl.ai ottember, t.-ue I 46ic lol 4T4je; M.ty, o-noJ 3 ?ic, CKie.-d 74c Oats Ju:y. OiH-nei . l.d IfV: Septeni'w. opauwiiii, -, cl.cd alay, oii-d cloaei i7o Pork Ju.y. oued Sl-'.'. clmwd $lS.0:i; 8 plcaiter. opened t'- cUoa,liSJ. Lard J uly. nominal, closed S'.47. Produce: Uuttor Ex:ra cr unory, 16fo : , Pr 1 .: extr ir? iiackliiK atoca. rH-rrDO sio-k. . lya oX. lUJo par Live ponly S.iria; cUicea lJJi lb - hn-c g:: roJ3tur 3c: tur . - keys, dacxa.atc; tloViLIW per d'j. Potatoes Jow. lr i.u.! &trawoL-rr:es U ic.u 1 !J per lti-qt. case, BUttkBarrit. IiU loi i&2i per 21-qt. case. Now np.uos-H.00il.ie pur bbL Uoae.- While clover, l-.b sac ions, new stoe. H,JHj; brjwa co n t. l 12c: dare com'j, pojr piCiaiJi. c; straiue 1 California, iftfe. Chicago 14vo stoek. ClllCAOO, July jl Live Stock-Pri res at th UuiJ i St ck yardi today ranged a f lloa's: Hos Estimate! receipts for the dav 18..l. siloi I u jod at iu'. HO ol.'' U?5t. 17..61.0 rou-U ia ki:i- tl. it' - imx.-d. aid ti-UJ l.'ii heavy pa--Li i a:id sairpin tola. Cattie Batimat-l rucei4s fr tUJ day. tl.lHU. qnotHtioat raugod .t $i.av. eh nco to ezua rhipjiiir ateor L0iC' col to choice d . JIK jl U. fair t it I. ( 6.,':J common to medium do, S.I.VI butjlidi. steers, ft iHi xtoeora. SUI 0' feeders, $1.7(13 7W cows, U- 'U'Ai' heifers. i"idht sj balls. tlvlJ,Lll TjXks suj.s. i"JI,ji.7 veal calves. 8atot Ettimatel rowipti fir the day T.M'h I ! aalea rauicod at SiJlcfrl,;. waster as, Si.'il t i.Ui Texaas, SLTiAI.IU native and d,.'iUJU.SJ lamlo, The Local Markets. aAix, are. Com- OSI.S- Soc Hay TWI y, $1iai5: BPlam!. Ht8; who. SI.&0319; alough 7rta; haled. $UJfU!4. FBITIT AKD VkeBTXBLBS. PnUtoar 1.03 Onions 90c par ha ranscos. Bn-!r-Falr te choice, 13:: fresh sry 18 . K,;e - Fresh. HI Poultry Cbicke is, 7e. t.ive rromt. Catlle -Butch.. n pty for c m fed cowa and hvifcre, 'JlL.i- i ? . liogs 4H Mep-S?4- Sprtug bull, f i yj&S-t. a hi ad. runu. Coal -Soft, 10c Wood Ja.S0 i-er cord. steers calves rirj:!cr c:vtrt i:t llwir :::f ::r:tl .st;it rut lxht lnisl frni-.j (vj t by c.vpi'ip;,' ilini V. ith :. tliltU layt f atuivli. xa the Btaith in dry, bn;i;;i Uidnnhly vitli :. utilT brash, n::d it will le f. uad that tho dust lm:i Ihmmi rt'iinmil Vl!h tho t&irch. Tlio Ur.ttal:iKX'I:ec river i:i GtMria is eo cnllcnl from a:i l;:cl;:itt oxiiKJSiiit.it lueuuin. "painted r:xrks." At wvor-.;. placcj en its UuiUs tho cliiT.s havo pecul iar markius that resemble artificial paintings. fci 1870 candlisj were fu-st made from THOOSAHDS OF WOMEN BRADFIELD'S SUFFER DSTOLtt Hisertn. Female Regulator, ACTS AS A SPECIFIC ' 1 Bj ArCHSiBg to HeaWlJ Aettoa S hff frglBS. r..w. Boona. JlT to Stcia-a Throowbant tbe Kutire Frmwic. T KEVER FAILS TO REBULaTEs "llywifaaaabrvnandprtnatineiitorieadina'phy. elelaiui thrct) yearn. hont b neMt. Allt-r u.liia- . tor uiin or uainnixa-s natia inninu .... candolM;rowaeikiog,nillMnB-aiiilwahlnir." H.S.llUYAN,llL-ti(lcrMia,Ala. BRiDFlKLB BEGITLATOB 0.. ATLiXTA, GA. KVSoldby draggiftaatslje perbettla. LbGAL Exeentor's kotlco. Eftate of Cs'.vln Trucedale, deceased. The nndersigned having been appointed exrn trlx of tbe lart will and U "lament of Calvin Trnedale, late of the coun'y of Itock i.lacd, state of Illinois, (ieeesaed. hereby gives totice that ahe will appear before the conuty court of Knck Island eounty, at the office rf the clerk of ssld eoart. In the city of H"ck Island, at tbe Anea-t term, on the llnu. Monday in A tic, uu. next, at which time all ners ms havinv elaima airainst aid eetale arc enticed and reqacstrd to attend, for the punnra of bavins: the r&me adiustel. All persons Indebted to said estate are reflnea tcd to tau immediate payment to the Bnder signed. Dated tha 14th day of June. A. C lflo-,. CBAKLOTTE H. TUCESDALE, ExccnUix. Administrator's Motlee. Fstate of O-o ce W. Swiier. Deceased. Tbe anacrinei hsvine been appointed ad ministrator of the estate of Q-.orfe W, KwLer. lite of the eonrry of Itork Island, eta a cV lllinoia, deceased, hen hy give notice thst h will appear before tbe eounty onortof Rock Island conntv, at the offlre of th clerk of said eoart. Is tirscrty o Rock island, at the September vnn on we erst at .moay in Mrprrmi-e- nexi. at wbicb time a'l persona bavins: da.ms aea-net said estate are n 'tilled and requested to attend, fur the purpose of having the same adjusted. All perpost rodefttee toeaid estate are reoaest- ed to make la-mediate payment to the andcr- snrnoo. Dated tbtf 3rd day or Jntv. a. 0. 18B T. II. TUOMA9, Adminirtrstor. Job.it Volk. dc Co. -anisKAi.- CONTRACTORS HOUSE BUILDERS. Manufacturers of Sash, Doors and Blinds, And all kinds of Woodwork for Builder aidinC. Floor! nr. Watnocoailag 1 th street, bet tk and kta ava x 5 tor Infante and Children. THTRTY yomra1' oVaen-ratloa cf Co tor la, -with tts Tmtryinoco ett aniUiona of peraona, ytormit ni to snealt of it vrithout frwewloc. ' T " ' ' ItllDnetionaWv thobot Tmody f orInrnnt-nnd Chlldreal the world hoe ever fcowu It ia Tiaemlooa. CMMrra Ilfco It. It Sirea thenm hooi. It will narsi thel- Uvea, In It Mothers havo oaaotklsue which i nooolntoly aafo ood pmetieally porfeet mt a oldH'e medicine, - Cootorla deatroya Woven a. Cavatorio ollayn Feveriahwoea. Csvstorlst preveatts vomWug Sour CvtrL. Catori cores TMnrrhcBO ond Wind CoUtw Coatorlo rolievee Toothing Tronhles. Coatorio eoroa Constipation and Flotnlency. Coatoria MewtroBroe tho ogocte of onrhonlo ocld Ron or polaoaona It. Caatorla does not contain morphine, oplom. or other narcotic property. Coatorio nsatnmllatoo tho food, rognlatoa tho stomach and bowels, Ctrtna; hoaJthy and natural aleep. Caatorla is ynt np In ono-siro hpttloe cmlv. It is not sold In hnlh. Pont aUrar any ono to ae.II yoa smything cleo im tho ploa or promlao that It la "jnat no good" and "will gnawer every puraowo; Soo that yon got C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A. Tho fae-alaailo igaatnre of Children Cry for CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE, Drs.Walsh & Walsh, Specialists Permanently lecated in Davenport, Iowa. DU. T. M. WALSH, Formerly CI nical Protcssor In two of Chicago's leadinf medical collepes. Arfcnowlcdcd by the Krdical Profess inn, Acknowlcdired by tha I'rcis, Ackuow:eJ-oi hy all as tbe World's (Srca'.ctt and only Sueccsafnl Specialists In Chronic. Kcrvoas. Private and euri al Discas s of both sexes. CONSULTATION FEET.! PKOMPT AND PKKMANENT CfltKs! ELKCTKICITV scientilically an - plied, neivoa dihiltty. loss manhewd, exhanstive drains, night loeres. defective nrmnrr, threst ncd inranliy, loss of will power, mental delusions, alcvplvsness, etc. WOMEN sulToiine from diseases of the womb, ovaries, hisddcr, kidneys, ncrvon exhaustion palitt.il"i or the heart, dyspepsia, or an, ai-easce peculiar to ihe sex. should call on the l'mmi srecialiat and get an opinion on ber c-sc irtc oi cnre. Only Curable Cases Taten. Best of references and credentials. If yon can not cad, write. Hundreds cured by mall. The p-aist s we hvc received for oar remarkable skill In enrinc raws eiven no as bonelos liv all has cnniM-ll d us to nsa -his means In order In ?ive the potle a well as the medical profession thtw brceflt of our Lie wkilirc of aredtcine and our teimitabla skill In the art of surqery. Memerauer your family physician is alwaya welcome to see ns npetate. We are wlllinc m spread our knowledeo and sb"W our III. and we feel Justly prond of tbe daily ronirratulattona wa receive from the medi cal pn feseion for tbe advaaced medical aud surgical literature we have written. OrHCE 124 Vi EST THIRD STREET. Eock Island Savings iBank. BOCK Five Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits. Money Loaned ou Personal Collateral or Real t state Security. OFFICERS. . t M r.rrnnn. President. .loan hi bi oh, Viee President, P (allESAWALV. t'.-hicr. Began bnstress Ju!y, IHM, and occupy the S. It. t. llitchell A Li-de's new building. joum M. PAKIUOW. Painters and ( Decorators H1UQEI13, CJEJ.53imn.llS, eto. ' ' CHOP, 4 SaTOatocnth St, 20CZ ICLAtTD. ILL. 8EIVER3 & AlDSRBON CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS. All kinds of carpenter work done Ornee and Shop 721 Twelfth street e. c en rArt WW- L 1TKAL. BliClXfcoCCCivcd.Onw. For tftle at Harper Hout e Pbarmtcj. Bock Island, III. iaonovory wrapper. Pitcher's Castoria. ,.'' DO. J. K. WALSH, Late f 1 liiraco, formerly Surgeon Ic-Ltil f of Ft Antlmny's Hospital. 1 CATARKH. Ilrnnehitis, Asthma, early cmumpticin, llheamatism, Nenralt;la, liy-iK-p-la, erfula. Syphilis and all blood, liver and kidney disease. ' KUITUKK, Piles. Fistula. Hydro. cV and Vlcoci'le cured bjthe lawst aid most eueceesful mctiiLds. IK) NT submit to a surgical opera tion wKhnnt consulting ns. Hemembcrour long hospital experence enables ns to save a life where others fall. SUKfilCAL operations performed at your homo when desired. Abdominal and brain surgery a specialty. , I McCollonffh Bulldine. I U nra- to 12. I .vkn"ut . Incorporated Under th? Stato Law. ISLAND. I Ml DIRECTORS. r F Lynde, John c'rubsuch It P Hull. KW Hurst, Wra Wilmertea, ItMl Mitchell. L Simon, . Mlliiford, jnnn vlk JacKsnn aV liunav, aVIicltors. UEMItr A. PAStisoM General )oMtta.r Hooe on ahn n Aiiat and eaUefkctlon g isaanv-.s - - !U)CK ISLAND rfESTORS LOST j'IGOR $r M r. airoMl . kWta-'KCtC an. 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