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THE ARGUS, HON DAT, SEPTEMBER 16, 1895.
State Savings Bank,
Moline, III., Office Corner
Fifteenth St. and Third Ave.
Succeeds the XoSn bJTl Bask
4 Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
Organised under State Law.
Open from 9 a. m.- to S p. m., and
Wednesday and Saturday nlgbu from
Pobtbb Saonrsn, - - President
Hnua Damuxa, Vice President
C W BirawiT, - - Cashier
Poirrxa dxnma. Bias DasLna,
B II Aikiwobth, Oao II Xdwabds,
O t Hbsbhwat, O A Rosa,
C B Aisswobtm, W H Adams,
W W Wills.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
Made for prfyata parties In the garden
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of Orchard, Neb."
E. W. Dabt, President.
J. S. Dabt, Cashier.
Hltehell Lvnde. bankers.
J IT Robinson, cashier Koek Island National
C C Carter, M D.
Henry Dart's Hons, wholesale grocers.
Huoslnrj & Hoeft
Representing among other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the following:
Rochester German Ins Co....
Westchsster Fire ' ....
Hunslo German " ....
Spring Gordon ....
Oennan Fire " ....
Mew Ilampablr ....
Milwaukee Mechanics ....
Securltj " ....
...Rochester, N T
RnDalo, N Y
, Peoria. Ill
,. Manchester N H
New Haven, Conn
Office Corner Eighteenth street
and Second Avenue, second floor.
Telephone No. 1047.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
"The Old Reliable"
HAYES & CLEAVELAND,
Representing over Forty Million
Dollars of Cash Assots.
FIRE, LIFE, TORNADO, ACCI
DENT, MARINE, EMPLOY
Bonds of Suretyship.
Office Bengston'a block. Rock Island, U.
Becara oar rates; they will Interest you.
J. Ma BUFORD,
General . .
The old Firs and Tlma-trled Companies
Lenes Promptl? Paid.
Bates M low as say reliable company eaa afford
Toot Patronage la solicited.
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, clcc
trio, electro-thermal, etc., may
he obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days For Gon
tlomen From 3 p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 7 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electrio and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at anj
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with baU
T LOHT MANBOOIT :
BaaHy, Quickly and Permanently KestorsoV
CtLBB&aTsO Enousb Bxxr-r
It Is said PO poaltlTS)
guarantee to cure any
form of nervous
trationor any diaorder
of the genital orpana of
a either sex, caused
Before), by exeesawe nse ot Alter
Tobacco. Alcohol or Or-ium. or on account
of Toutaful indiatretion rr orcr IndulMoer etc.
IMnineaa, OoaTulaicns. Wakefulness, lieadarhe.
Mental Ueprwoion. Mteningof the Brain. ak
Mraorr. llearine lown Pains. Seminal eakneja,
Bntrri'a. Nocturnal Emiauons, tirermatorrnwa.
Loss ol Power and Impotencrrhich neglected,
tnay lead to premature old ere and insanity.
lwitirely cnaranteed. lTjce. ifl.W a bci: sboiflS)
for$: 00. tfnt br nail on receipt of price. A written
guarantee fu rubbed withorery $i.0U order received.
to refund tbe money it permanent cure is But
, "8EEYU MEMCEfB CO.. Detroit, SEdk
bold by M. F. BatmscB, druggist, Itock Island
DmiIa rlZA .nva 41
it,llu juu ever uastt? ouuwb
Liver Regulator, the " King of
Liver Medicines?" Everybody needs
take a liver remedy. It is a sluggish or
diseased liver that impairs digestion
and causes constipation, when the waste
that should be carried off remains in
the body and poisons the whole system.
That dull, heavy feeling is due to a
torpid liver. Biliousness, Headache,
Malaria and Indigestion are all liver
diseases. Keep the liver active by an
occasional dose of Simmons Liver Reg
ulator and you'll get rid of these trou
bles, and give tone to the whole sys
tem. For a laxative Simmons Liver
Regulator is better than Pills. It
does not gripe, nor weaken, but greatly
refreshes and strengthens.
Every package has the Bed Z
8 tamp on the wrapper. J. II.
Zcilin & Co., Philadelphia.
h. o. ooiira&T.
m. d. oomaxxT.
Connelly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
Offlce second lm, oyer Mitchell Lyndei
bank. Money to wan.
Jackson & Hurst,
Attorneys at Law.
Office In Rook Island National Bank building.
a. o. swim,.
a L. WALKS.
Sweeney & "Walker,
Attorneys and Councellors at Law
Office In Bengstou's Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Legs business of all kinds promptly attended
to. State's Attorney of Bock Island county
Office, PostofDee Block.
McEniry & McEnlry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on good security; mass eo 11 ac
tions. Reference, Mitchell a Lynda, bankers.
umoe, ronton! biocx.
Drack & Kerne,
Architects and Superintendents.
Roam I TMCA Building, cor Third avenue
ana jNineieentn street
Oeo. P. Stauduhar,
Pls'.a and superintendence for all class of
Bti'lritnRF. Room (13 and SB, Mitchell fcynde
HiKimuir. Taxe eicravir.
Dr. "W. H. Ludewig
Specialist of Eye, Ear
Nose ami Throat.
Office In Trceman'a new building, corner Sev
enteenth street and Third avenue, Itock Island,
Telephone No. KKW.
Dr. Cnas. M; Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Office, Whlttaker Block, goathwest cornet
Third and Brady streets. Davenport, Iowa
Booms IT and IP. Honrs: 9 to 11 a. m.,1 to 4 p.m.
"W. A. Darling,
Boom 4. Mitchell Lynde's building.
R. M. Pearce,
Rooms 19 and 81 In Mitchell ft Lynda's new
Building. Tako (levator
WEAK MEM MADE VIGOROUS.
IXQsY. S'-lMt. bDST- V"3f.
WbatPEFFER'S C1ERVIG0R Did!
It sets powerfully and quickly. Curvs when n!
Others fall. Youna men rrkyrua lt man hood; old
nenrecuTr youiuiui vintr. Abaoiateiyvanr
rttyrd toCnr) Krrrouilie. Lout ltnlMv.
Inpotciry, Atlchtly FnlMlniu, Iot fovt ?r,
llta tri, Palllns Memory, Wasllic lilfs-
ranets undo?! ttct$ rf ptit nhu$ fir tMeet and
indite rfTvm. s ara on inanitr ana crnumptioo.
IKin t let dra?.rtvt tminr a worthk9aautttltut(t on
?'oa Nvs lijipM- k tn-fit.T pmbi. inHton hnr
nsr PKri Cll ll KKKVlbrAR. or tu nd for IC
Can bo carntnl tn Tet p reu Ircral r'nln wmp
ptT. Ml per box. or for ai.S, wnu A PomUIvo
Urtttem ni.raatee tm Care wRrl.id the
Sold bj U&nz X Ullexnaycr ax.u 1. U Tiiomaa.
Xoian Voile & Co
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds nf
Woodwork for Builders
Siding, Flooring, Walucoatiiig
ins street, hot 4th and Un an
Ticket New York Republicans
Intend to Select.
also Fonns OF the flatfobh.
IJqnor Question tbe One That Is Gfrlng
Moat Troalile, wMB the Present Excise
Law at the Bottom Thereof Conference
of the Leaders Conclodes to Dodge It
Anstrallan Ballot Law Point in Iowa
Discussion on Silver.
Saratoga, X. Y., Sept. 16. The ticket
which will be put !n the field by the Repub
lican atote convention will be: Forjudge
of the court of appeals, Celora E. Mar
tin, of Binghnmpton; secretary of state,
John Palmer, of Albany; comptroller,
James A. Roberts, of Buffalo; state treas
urer, Addison B. Colvin, of Glens Falls;
nttorney gi-nral, Theodore C. Hancock
of Syracuse; state engineer, Campbell W.
Adams, of Utira.
What the Platform Will Say.
The platform In substance will affirm
these principles: Congratulating the Re
publican party upon the day dawn
of prospcrty in the country and state, duo
to the confidence inspired in the people
by the return to power of a Republican
congress; congratulating the wogeearner,
the sugar planter, the agriculturalist and
tlie business man that the conditions are
such that the Republican party can fulfill
Its pledges of protection to American in
Declaration aa to the Finances.
It will condemn the policy of the Demo
cratic administration In di'clining to act
decisively on tho Armenian ami Chinese
questions, for Inaction on questions of
financial policy, refusal to nld the old sol
dier and disregard of Of civil service law;
declare that the pn-sent tariff system in
augurated by Democrats is n menace and
detriment to the country; favor an "hon
est" dollar and oppose any effort to coin
silver freely or lower the currency stand
ard, and favor nn international agreement
which will result in the use of both gold
unil silver as an international circulating
Excise Question st Touch One.
Last nlglrt there was a sullen-looking
cloud on the horizon marked "excise."
Edward Ijiutcrliach, l'lntt, Thurlow Weed
Barnes, Lou Payn, Frank Iliscock, Frank
Hendricks, Warner Miller and Charles W.
Haekett were trying to stay tho antici
pated tumult. Xuw York, Kings and Kris
ure the three counties where tho trouble
some cry is coming from. Piatt is in
clined to believe that an affirmation for
the protection of the American Sunday
and yet favoring more liberal excise laws
in some way is the proper conrse. It does
not seem posslblo to frame a resolution
that will picnic both the Sabbatarians and
the liquor dealers and their friends. That
somebody from one of the three counties
named will introduce a local option reso
lution Is fairly certain.
Organization of the Convention.
Tho only other troublesome question be
fore tho leaders is tho sentiment being
agltatcti In favor of nn enlarged state com
mltM o and thoso wiio lead tho agitating
forces tire inclined to IkTicvo that nothing
will be done for them. They huvo dis
covered that it was the design of the Piatt
forces to prevent the agitation reaching
the convention by forbidding any debate
on the introduction of resolutions and also
upon tho plutform when reported to the
convention. They have decided to make a
light in the open convention by nominat
ing Hon. J. Sloot Fassrtt for temporary
chairman. Congressman Sherman will
be nindo temporary chairman f the con
vention. Senator Lexow will be perma
nent cluiinnan.and Edward Lauterbaeh,ol
New York, chairman of tho committee on
Conference on the IJqnor Question.
From 1 1 o'clock a. m. until neurly 1 1 last
night the party leaders struggled with the
excise question. There were present Piatt,
lxow, Thurlow W. ' Barnes, Hiscock,
Hendricks. Haekett, Luuterbuch, Green,
Kenyon, Miller, Sloano and a few of the
minor lights. Mayor Green, of Bing-
hnmton, said he was for a plank in the
platform that would declare against the
sale of liquor on Sunday. Barnes wild he
was for allowing the sule of liquor on Sun
day with certain regulations. Piatt said:
"1 believe it is entirely a legislative mat
ter, but I am not prepared to say how it
snail be handled.
Will Dwlge the Excise Matter.
Close to midnight, after consultation
with almost half thedelegatcs present, fhc
Icoders of the party determined that they
would avoid the question of excise alto
gether and not make a recommendation
in the shape of a resolution unless forced
to do so by the introduction of such reso
BALLOT LAW DISPVTE IN IOWA.
Defeated Candidate In a Convention Wants
to Go on the Ticket.
Jeffeusos, Sept. 16. A peculiar point
in conntion with the Australian ballot
system of voting has arisen, for which no
provision appears to hove been made by
the lawmakers. At the Repulilican countr
convention Dr. O. W. Lowery, a candidate
lor representative, was defeated by P. A.
Smith. Nothing had been heard or said
concerning the matter until last Thurs
day, whcTT Dr. Lowery appeared before tho
county auditor and asked if nomination
papers had been filed for the office of rep
resentative on the Republican ticket, that
being the Urst day for Wing. Ho was in
formed that none had been presented, and
thereupon produced nomination papers
signed by twenty-five Republican voters of
the county asking that his name be placed
nt the head of tho Republican county ticket
on the ballot, as provided bv law.
The county auditor said he would take
the matter under advisement, but It is un
derstood that the demand will not be
granted. Dr. Lowery holds that the law
docs not take cognizance of political con
ventions, and that In its eyes nomination
papers signed by twenty-five Republicans
uro just as legal as the nomination papers
signed by the chairman and secretary of a
convention, and that, being a Republican
and the first to present papers, he is en
titled to the place demanded. In case this
is refused the matter will be appealed.
HALL AND CLAKK TALK SILVER.
Representative and ex-Representative Have
a Debate in Missouri.
MEXICO, Sept. 10. Congressman V. S,
Hall and cx-Con .pressman Champ Clark
had an exciting debate on the money ques
tion in this city. The former favored tho
free coinage of both gold and silver at the
lowest ratio that would insure both metals
a circulation at parity, and the latter fa
vored the free and unlimited coinage of
silver at the ratio of lfl to 1. Clark opened
the discussion and talked an hour nnd ten
minutes. Hall followed, consuming an
hour and thirty minutes.
He placed a number of questions on a
blackboard which he requested Clark to
answer in the timo he was allot ed to close
the debate, but the silver champion failed
to do so. Hall said Bland had failed to
answer the same questions when he de
bated with him at HuntsviUe. There was
a crowd at the debate, and when Clark
closed bis reply Hall held up the black
board containing the unanswered ques
tions. Perpetual Icnoranre for Negroes.
Columbia, Sept. 16. In the South Car
olina constitutional convention one of the
measures proposed provides for the impo
sition of an annual tax of 3 mills, the pro
ceeds of which, together with all poll taxes
paid, shall be set aside for a common
school fund. This fund Is to bo divided
into two parts. That paid by tho white
people is to be separate from that paid by
the negroes, and the taxes collected from
each race are to be devoted to t he education
of the children of each race. If an educa
tional qualification for suffrage is passed,
as seems likely, the negroes will never be
able to vote in any numbers, as they will
not have the school facilities for getting
Gen. Harrison En Route Rome.
New York, Sept. 16. Ex-Prcsident Har
rison, who has been for several weeks at
Old Forge In the Adirondack, arrived at
tho Fifth Avenue hotel Saturday night.
A number of reporters awaited the arrival
of the ex president and plied him with a
series of questions as to tho probability of
his renomlnation for a second term. Har
rison shook his head, saying he desired to
be excused from answering questions
having a political tinge. He left hero for
home this morning.
Louisville Grows Ambit ions.
LonsviLLE, Sept. 16. Tho unqualified
success that Louisvillo has attained in en
tertaining the G. A. R. has inspired lead
ing Louisville citizens to go after another
big convention, nnd a well-defined move
ment is on foot to bring tho national Dem
ocratic convention of 1'. to this city.
flan Popuilats Have a Ticket.
SALT Lake Citt, Sept. 16. The terri
torial convention of the Populist party
was held here and a full ticket put in the
field. Henry W. Lawrence, of Salt Lake,
was nominated for governor and James
Uogan, ol Ugden, for representative In
THE PLAY FOR THE PENNANT.
Cltlcag-o Has Some Luck nnd Gallops Pp to
CHICAGO, Sept. 16. Chicago's baso ball
"Colts" had a streak of luck the end of
hist week and yesterday, and playing with
the very tail-endcrs won enough games to
put them in fifth place in the race for the
pennant. As for the rest Baltimore still
holds first, Cleveland second and Phila
delphia third, as follows:
Clubs. Played. Won.Lost.Cent.
Baltimore 11 77 !B .H
Cleveland U3 77 4 .fiSl
Philadelphia ISO 73 47 .608
Brooklyn Ill) r ftt JbH
CJitcago 13) 5) .'42
Pittsburg 131 C5 AS JW7
Boston 117 fl Al JK77
New York 119 63 M iffl
Cincinnati.. 116 6) SB J-17
Washinsrton lit 37 77 A!4
St. Louis 118 as 83 .
Louisvillo 130 - - 30 SO XrO
Scores mode by League clubs are as fol
lows; At Kew York Boston 12, Xew
York 8; at Baltimore Brooklyn 6, Bal
timore 14; at Louisvillo Chicago 14, Lou
isville 3; nt Pittsburg Cincinnati 7, Pitts
burg 0; at Philadelphia ashington 8,
Philadelphia SI; second game Washing
ton 0, Philadelphia 7; at St. Louis Cleve
land 6, St. Louis 6 ten innings, darkness.
Sunday: At St. Louis Cleveland 19, St.
Leuls 9; second game Cleveland 8, St.
Louis 5; at Chicago Louisville 6, Chi
cago 11; second game Louisvillo 4, Chi
cago 4 five Innings, darkness.
ARE PENSIONS VESTED RIGHTS?
A Question Coinmander-tn-chlef Walker
Will Proceed to Have Decided.
ISDI AS AP0LIS, Sept. 16. Commander-in-
chief Walker, of the G. A. R., when asked
as to his intention of taking measures
toward the institution of a test caso to
establish the claim that a pension is a
vested right said that he would do so as
early as possible.
"There is no question in my mind," he
said, "that the courts will hold that a
pension is a vested right when tho matter
is brought to their attention, and it is my
intention to proceed at onco toward the
institution of a test case in order to secure
a ruling. The suit will be brought In tho
federal courts, of course, and as soon as
posslblo. First, however, I shall have to
consult with the council nf administration,
and the details of the suit must be settled
after they and I have met. This will take
some time, hut tho matter will be rushed
as rapidly as possible."
CYCLONE WRECKS TEN CARS.
Three Trainmen and a Tramp Injured, One
of Whom May Die.
Madison, Wis., Sept. 1G. A cyclono
knocked ten cars from the Chicago and
Xorthwestern track a milo south of this
city, seriously injuring Conductor Henry
Starr and Brakeman Joseph Feltz, of
Bamboo, as well as Dennis Foley, bag
gageman at Evansville, all of whom were
in the caboose, which went down a thirty-
loot bank and was wrecked. A tramp
was also injured. Feltz may die, being
injured internally, and will lose a leg.
Starr was injured about the head and
chest, but will recover. Trees and a lwirn
or two in the neighborhood jpcre blown
down. A Hood of water came with the
Bolt of Lightning Discloses a Tragedy.
Prixcetok, Minn., Sept. 16. During a
heavy storm an old oak tree between hers
and Elk river was struck by lightning and
the crumbling bones of a woman were dis
closed. They had been in the hollow tree
for many years, evidently. Some years
ago a half-witted girl disappeared from
this section, but it is n jt certain the bones
belong to her, although many think that
such is the case.
So More Yacht Races.
Xew Yoke, Sept. 16. A special to the
World from Stamford, Conn., says: Com
modore Smith was interviewed at his
home last night and said: "I ora per
fectly instilled in saying that there will lie
no mere races between the Defender and
the alkyrie. That is punitive."
NOT ORIGINAL WITH LINCOLN.
a Famous Phrase That lie Barrowed from
Henry Wilson, aa Alleged.
Washington-, Sept. 16. In a letter to a
local newspaper, William Fjiis'ott, an old
Journalist who was once tin? intimate
friend of Henry Wilson, of Massachusetts,
protests against the proposed spreading of
Lincoln's Gettysburg oration on a bronze
tablet to he erected on tho Gettysburg
battlefield without the use of quotation
marks. Xott contends that the now fa
mous phrase "A government of the peo
ple, by tho people nnd for the peoplo" was
not original with Lincoln, and says It first
Dccurred in a letter written by Henry
Wilson to James Itcdpath and others Xov.
WU1 Have to Lick Ah Sin.
Xew Your, Sept. 1ft. A World special
from Foo Chow, China, says: The Chinese
refuse to execute a single murderer impli
cated in the massacre of missionaries un
less they are assured that with tho execu
tion of the men accused all other demands
shall cease. Tho work of the British and
American joint commission Is therefore,
Fatal Wreck on the Vandalia.
ST. Louis, Sept. 16. As the westbound
Vandalia passenger train was passing
through Collinsville, Ills., it struck a half-
open switch and the locomotive and lmrr-
gage car were derailed nnd flung to one
side, letting tho throe inssenger coaches
pass on unharmed. Charles Snndifer, the
fireman, was killed, nnd the engineer. H.
A. Batters, was seriously injured. Kd
Canfield, the porter, was also slightly
hurt. Xone of tho passengers were in
lured. -jnnf s Fair Admirer IdentMed.
Sax Kbaxcisco, Sept. 16. Tho police
have at hist identified Durrant's unknown
girl admirer who attends court every day
and who formerly sent him flowers. Sho
Is Rosalind Holland, the daughter of well-to-do
peoplo of Oakland. She knew Dur
rant before tho murder and she believes
The Local Market.
Oaia New, lfio&'-inc; o'd. SSc
Uav Tirooth. SmriW: nnland. US: wild. S7
OllO; slough, 7jt$; baled, $10.
rarer asd vegetables.
Batter Fair to choice. 15c31Gc: fresh cream.
keks r resn, isj.
Poultry Chickens, 6tfC
Cattle Botcher nav for corn fed sierra
3H &;:; cows and heifers, SfaciiSc; calves,
erring lamb, $,'J(J4 a head.
Tbe Argus delivered every even
ing at your door at 10c a week.
East Moline, the Hustler from Hustleville, in 90 days has located
Three Factories to employ 700 men enough to
guarantee a city of 5,000 people.
THE WESTERN STAMPING CO.
To manufacture Plumbers1 Supplies and
Stamped Ware. Factory nearly completed.
Work to commence next month. Capacity
EAST MOLINE Engine and Tool Co.
Formerly Reliance Machine and Tool Co., of
Cleveland, Ohio, will work 100 men. Fac
tory now going up. Will start this fall.
WEIR PLOW CO.
From Monmouth, with 509 hands. Plans
now under way. $75,000 worth of buildings
to be constructed. Ground to bo' broken in
side of 30 days.
WATER The finest artesian water in the
west, now Hewing 300 gallons per minute.
Water charged with minerals and magnetism
cool and clear. Nothing like it elsewhere.
Will warrant a sanitarium. It insures health
to the inhabitants of the coming city.
GRADES AND SURVEY The Grades
of Fast Moline are established. Proliies of
principal streets showing grade lines, cuts
and fills, will be shown by the company to
any one interested. Scwcr'aed drainage sys
tems are all planned.
PARKS Over thirty Parks dedicated.
Sites reserved for schools and public build,
CHURCHES To the first church that
will put up the best building a free site will
FOR INVESTMENT. The great growth of East Moline since it- inception, and the per
manent advantages it possesses, insure a population of from 10,si0 to 40,0X) people in the next few
years. There is therefore no part of the enterprise that offers as great a chance for gain, combined with
absolute safety, as an investment in its lots.
TERMS OF SALE. Liberal to the mechanic and home builder, inducing to the investor,
attractive to tbe business man, and equally open to all, are as follows: First. All cash. Where parties
buy for cash a deposit of f25 per lot wiU'bo required at the sale, and the balance on delivery of war
ranty deed. Second. One-half cash, balance in one year. Third. Ono-third cash, balaneo in one and
two years, or -in four semi-annual payments. Fourth. One-fourth catb, balance in one, two and three
years, or in six equal semi-annual payments. Fifth. tl per lot cash and tlO per month. All deferred
payments to be closed by note drawing 6 per emit interest.
ONE-THIRD OF THE PROCEEDS will be used to procure factories, several of which
are now in view and some under negotiation.
OTHERS. Do You Know
Batemaa's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, many ao-called Soothing: Syrups, and
most remedies! for cbUdrea are composed of opium or morphine
TJo Tew xtaow that opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic poisons?
Po Tea Kaow that m moat coimtricadragBto permitted to sell narcotics
without labeling them poisons f
Po Ton Know that you sbooM not permit any snadlolns to be riven your mi
Sjcdeas you or your physician know at what it Is composed t
Pa Tea Knew that Castoria is a purely vea-t table tjraparatfcxa. and thai a Bet s
It Ingredients is published arith every boule 1
Po Tea Kaewthat CarUls tbe Keauliitionof tb famous Dr. Bsmuel Pitcher.
That It has been In use for nearly thirty rears, and that mars Oastoria la now sold than
af all other remedies for children combined t
Pe Tea Knew that the Patent Office Department of the TTnlted States, and of
other couatries, bare Issued exclushe right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word
Csvatorla " and Its formula, and that to lmltata them is a state prison offense 1
Pe Tern Kaow that one of the reaaona for granting this rorprnment protection was
because Castoria had been proven to be absolutely luarmlswsT
Po Tea Kaow that 35 tTtrtt doses of. Castoria are furnished (or 35
Mats, or one cent a dose t
Po Toa Kaoyw that when rjosaessed of this perfect vnoantitaa.Tojr tMUien wat
be kept well, and that yv may have unbroken rest f
Well, these things are worth knowing. Tbey are facta,
Children Cry for
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
Has the most replete line of new patterns In Imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
nor sECois mm.-
THE TALK OF THE
OPPORTUNITIES TO BE OFFERED.
FOR BUSINESS Tho phenomenal growth of
East Moline and its guaranteed futuro of per
manent prosperity will afford ample openings
for profitable business, such as Hardware,
Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Dry Goods, etc
A fine line of business lots will be sold for
such purposes, and liberal inducements given
to purchases for immediate buildings.
EMPLOYMENT Factories already un
der contract, and those soon to be added,
will give employment to competent craftsmen
and steady workers. These factories are un
der contract to give preference to East Moline
lot owners and residents.
FOR HOME OWNING Residence lots
convenient to factories or on tho beautiful
river bank, will !e sold on the most liberal
terms and arrangements for house building
can be made for parties who pay for lots. Our
insurance contract made with married men in
good health, whicli gives the lot to tho family
in caso of the death of the husband and father.
' is the most liberal oiler ever made in this or
any other country.
FOR RESIDENCE The land skirting
the Mississippi river will be told at East Mo
line for residence purposes. There is no
other city with a rusidenco river front. Rod
man road, 40 feet wide, to be parked and