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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER J, 1805.
BANKS. The Moline State Savings Bank, Molixe, III., Office Corner Fifteenth St. and Third Ave. CAPITAL Stop coo.00 fnccteila the Moitsa Hiring! Bank Organized lrtfl, 4 Per Cnnt Interest Faid on Deposits rtn-'in'r.J under BUte Laws. Oprr frora 9 a. m. to S p. pi., and wtdnortT and Saturday nigtita from 7 tott p m Qffickrs: Voiem Skihhth, - - President lJi&lM DABLiaa, Vice President C 7 Hun wit, - Cashier Portkk dunm, 11 IRAK Daxuna, H B AOMWOBTB, Geo B Idwabds, C F Ua;xAT, C A Boa, C B AnawoHTH, w B Adams, W W Wiua Western Investments GUARANTEED REAL ESTATE LOANS Made for private parties In thejs rden spot of toe wtet by the Orchard State Bank of Orchard N b.' K. W. Dakt, President. ' J. S. Daht, Cashier. REFERENCES. Mitchell A Lynde, bnnkers. i F iconinwjrj, cashier Bock Inland National bank. C C Carter. M D. Ilenry Dart's bona, wbolcsle grocers. Correspondence aollclted. 1XBURANQK. Huesins & HoeR INSURANCE. AGEKTTS. Representing among other time-tried and well known Fire Insurance Com panies the following: Hocui-atc German Ins Co Rochester. NT Wi-Ptcheitcr r'lre New Yora Htiffnif, N Y l'lin elphls femla. HI .. micheur .V H ...Milisnnkce. Win . Mew Haven, Conn tlnlrnlo Orrr.im " Horina 'tardou Mcrrosn Fire " llampshtre Milwaukee Mechanic ' Security Office Corner Eighteenth street and Soeond Avenue, second floor. Telephone No. 1047. ROCK ISLAND, ILL. ESTABLISHED lg88. "The Old Reliable" HAYES & CLEAVELAND, Issues Apis, Representing over Forty Million Dollars of Cash Assets. T7IKK. LIFE, TORNADO. ACCI- r DENT, MARINE, EMPLOY ER'S LIABILITY. INSURANCE. RoutU of Suretyship. OOce-bensriMntt's bock, l!oek Island, ll. Eccnra onr rate; they will Intercut yoo. J. M BUFORD, General . . . insurance Agent. KsvBs The old Ftre and Ttae-trt... OomptnsH represented. Loises Promptly Paid. Rata aa low aa anj reltabl. eorapar.y can aitotc Toor Pttronara aolteltort. 5- o 2 ?o ' P til ft as c el U 1 5 c 02 . M a 2 O s: D S o m A Miracle in Texas. INVESTIGATED BY THE TEXAS CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE AND VOUCHED FOR BY DR. C. H. STANSBURY. Fromlhe Tcxat Chritliati Advocate.) Onr representative has made a careful in restijration of the II. E. Spanlrting cue at Txn;view, which ia here nablished for the firit time, an ! which will be read with great interest by medical men evirysruere. In reply to th! Christian Adcocatct qiu. tions Mr. SpauMing said. About ei;;lit veurt a?o while runuinj; a locomotive 1 contracted sciatic rhsumliia ia my lef; side f;tu mv hip down. It ctnje on slow bat f'ire a:i.i :a a few months I l jxt control entirt lr of tha: memb.T, it was just the aame as "if it wa piralyze.J, I was totally unable move out of my room fr a year awl a half, eix raon'.Us of which tiine'l m bcl-rM.l. n. I tried every remedy sugted, and IrtJ regu lar phv-sieiini in cxisbint attenJanc: a me. I was bamlled up and sent ui Hot Springs where I spent three months und:-r tha treitmeut of t!ie most em'.ccut special. its, all of which did me no good, ami I cam'! back fra:n the sprinjl in a wario eni lkim than wh;n I went. I ciine home and laid flit on my back and sail'jred the moit excruciating agonic-, screaming in pain every time anybody walked across tha room, tli3 only case I obtained being fr-jm the ciA:tant g?s of opiates. After three months of this kind of agony, during which time my entire left leg pcrfjhed away to tha very b ne. mv attention wn caiit-d t a new r-rnedv calt:l lr. Williami' Pink Pilli fir I'ale"lV.l, by Mr. AUUon who it now t-ain disjutjUrr" t Tfxarkana, cnd who wai relieved of loo-un it r atia of twenty years duration. At his nrent an I repeated so'.ii'itatinn I consented to give them a trial, after taking a f-w doses I began to improve. I continued taking the pills ai l kept right on improving until I was fin lily c.ired. My leg ij jmt the same aiz; n iw as tile other one, aa I I am sure that Pink Pills njt oniy cured me but saved mv life. 'The reporter next visited Dr. C. II. Stan bnry, a tjraluitt? of one of the medical schools of KenLU,,ky, and a man win enjoys the confiji-ne.! of ewvb i ly. ia l mgview. He sai I : " I know that Mr. Spin! ling had a tcrriMv severe attack rf nciati'c rhciinutisin of whicfi I tie l tr c-ir him ; lued i-verv-thlng known t my pnif -ssion in vain, mid finally recommended him tt go to llt Springs. He came back from the springs worse than when lie went un i 1 thought it waa only a nvitt -r of tim? n itil his heart would be aficcte 1 and he would die. I also know that hi care is the ilir.vt result of the use of Ir. Williams' Pink Pills." " That is rath -r an unusual statement for a regnlar physician to make, doctor." "I know it is, but a fact is a fact, and there are hundreds of pcnple right here in Longview who know what. I iy is the truth. I nls.i know Mr. Allien and know that h was relieved of a genuine and severe case of locuiuotor ataxia of twenty jeura standing." PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTOBSHY. a. o. OOHHEU.T. a. xt. oosaaUiT. Cortnfelly & Connelly, Attorneys at Law. Offlre svrond floor, over Slllotiell ft Lyodcl ink. Vouy to loan. Jackson & Hurst. Attorneys at Law. ny.rx In Hock Island Sattonal Buk balldlnfi. a. o. swtaitar a. L. walks. Sweeney &c Walker, Vttorneys and Councilor at Law OlCca In BtnKsiou's Slock. Chariest J. Searle, Attorney at Law. Legil SnMn"n of all klnrtr proreptlT attmited to. state' Atiomev of Koek lelatd oooatr JSice, l oatolSo Block. HcEniry & McEnlry, Attorneys at Law. Unw money m rood soenrttr; man eolltic aoti. fWrrraet, MtiobeU t Lroda, bankers. Iftoe. FoaUifflce Block. ARCniTFJCT. DracK 4: Kernr. Architects and Superintendents. H-m T M fi A BulWtiUi, cor Third avenoe nl Kinetaenth 'ro. t. Geo. P. Stauduh&r. Architect. riar.s and snperintTirienra for a!) class of DalW'nKs. Dooms AS and 68, xUtchell dk Lynde Unlldina. Tku lefc.r. rnvMictAKS. Dr W. H Ludewlg Specialist of Eye, Ear Nose and Throat. Cfflce In Trecman'a new bnlldlng, corner v en!een:ti street and Tb.ra aronae, hook Island. Tciepbone No. 103i. Dr. Chas. II. Robortadn, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only. Office, Whit taker Block, aoathweat corner TllrJ acJ Brady itraeta. Davenport, Iowa Kooma 11 asd is. Honrs: 9 to 11a. tot p. m citv ofucfri. , W. A. Darling, City Enpneer. Boon 4. Bitch,ll i Lrsde'a building. DKXTIST8. R. IX. Pearce, Dentiat. K'x-rai as aad a In BKceU Lyate'a i 8atld;tic Toka alevator FEMALE PILLS, KwHVrT.J KCVtt. f!lt. tuUH mrd tor tt iW C: LAAXiarrtx) t tar txiitl ai ri,-n- rU a. r.w tuwl br orrr saVa.(Nr T TT Vt.-r. fka. rr bo, or fcrua i tU trftl ftftWI II w I. .switi "u axa : arrr ' T rxaj-tik4vr. 7al t m 1 r. tf A4urw Kfft HUtCAL Sold b J HitU 4t UUemejer and T. H. Tbcmia -T"r 1 MAIIONE STRICKEN Famous Virginia Soldier and Pol itician Paralyzed. HISPHTSIOlAlfS FEAE THE W0B3T. I-J-lne Helpless in Ills Hotel Bocm at Wash ington National Capital (lossip About the New Interview on Harrison Mlrhr ti er Makes a Ktateiuent Other Talk About the Matter Came of the Delay of Our Chinese Itiot Commission. Washington, Oct. 1. Ex-Senator Ma hfin, of Virginia, has stifivrvd a strnke of paralysis nf his r.KCii at Clia:nl)crlin'a hotel. HU physicians have been iu consultation nnd think Lis chuueos of recovery very doubtful. The relatives of the ex-senator have b.x-n snminuiicd by telefiraph. The rntiru right sida of the stiffercr is para lyzed, including the right arm and leg. He ifi unable to speak except a few in artieulata sounds He has maintained consciousness, however, and seeks as best he can to assist those who arc minister ing to his comfort. Kotwd Helpless and Speechless. The exuet time General M.iliono was stricken is in dbubt. He retired at 1:5 o'clock Sunday night, and up to that time was in excellent health and spirits, and hud given no intimation of feeling unwell. Xo sound was heard from his rtjoin after he retired. At 10 o'clock jester day morning Mr. Long, manager of the hotel, went to the general's room to call him. He found that he had leen vomit ing nnd was tumble to speak. This last feature was attributed to exhaustion Inci dent to the vomiting, and foratima no significance was attached to the general's failure to talk. Members of His Family Notified. Dr. Walrs, ex-surgeon general of the navy and a long-time friend of General Muhone, whs sent for, but could not lie found. In the meantime it became evi dent that the general's illness was serious, and Dr. Halter was called in. He at once pronounced it a case of pr.rasysis. Dr. Wales arrived shortly afterwards and with Dr. Uaker took chr.rgc of the case. General Mahone appeared to be suffering no pain. By motions of his head and a few faint sounds he made his desires known. Mr. Edmund Waddill, the. sen ator's secretary, was with him, and at the senator's request notified the members of his family to come. GEN". HAKKISOVS POSITION. I T. Mirhenrr. Another "Close I'riend, Gives It at Washington. Washington:, Oct. 1. The recent inter view with John C. Xew stating that Gen eral Harrison was not a candidate for tho presidential nomination and that the ex-pn-siilent would not select MeKinley or Recti if h!s advice were asked, h:is at tracted marked attention in Washington among those who have been closely and ollieially connected with Harrison. Sev eral of theso gentlemen, including a mem ber of the. Harrison cabinet, conferred with a viowtocorrectinpany misapprehen sions that may have arisen. As a result it was determined that L. T. Michener who, with General Now, was in charge of tho interests of Harrison at the last Republi can national con veni ion. should lie asked to miike a staieuieiit. Mi"hener's statement v.r.s given lo the Associated Press last night nnd is ns follows: I think Mr. Xew lias been misquoted. The public certainly understands by this time that Genera! Harrison is iu tin sense a eainliil.'.t for the nomination. Not be ing in the field there is nothing to with draw from. Thar, be would not sideit fftlur Governor MeKinley ;r Mr. Heed If his advice wen asked is simply the opinion of Mr. New if correctly quoted and it should not be taken as expressing tho sentiments of the ex -president. The mak ing of caeiiiilat.-s is an art that bn never pr.iet iced in t he past, nor is he likely to en gage iu it at thL time. The guesses, or views, or opinions of bis friends should lie treated as such, and for anything definite, emirate or weighty, it would Ik- well to await such expressions or actum as Gen eral Harrison may see proper to give tho public directly." As ajuattcr of fact Xew did not say that Harrison would not choose either MeKin ley or Kcrd; it was another Republican, described as N-ing "close" to General Har rison. Xew said that Harrison would en t.T no schemca with anyliody in the presi dential maiter. A dispatch from India napolis says that Xew's interview was in a sense "aui horiziiL" The stery is that a nut ting of Republicans was attended by Xew, and tho opinion was generally ex pressed that Harrison should indicate In some way his position on the presidential nomination question. It was finally sug pvstcd that New ascertain the desired in formation, and Xew left the mo-ting room and went din-ctly to Harrison's residence. The story pnxxvds to the effect that Xew talked without reserve and Harrison pa tiently listened. The ex-president then re plied that he did not think it incumbent upon him to declare that he would or would not accept the presidency if nom inated. He said that he was not a candi date and would not he, nor would his friends with his concurrence put forth any effort for his nomination. As to speaking through the press upon such a subject nothing could be further from his purpose, as nothing was further from his desire at this time than the strife of a con test for office. May I speak for you?" asked New, as he rose to leave. "I do not intend to place bridles on the tongues of my friends," replied Harrison. "Hut I must not be quoted in anything that you say upon the subject." And there you are. INCLE SAM WAS INSISTENT. F.iplaCuilinn or the Delay in Starting- Itiot CouiniMioB In China. Washington, Oct. J. The reason for the delay in organizing and sending for ward the American commission to Cheng Tu, China, has just transpired. It arose from tho insistence of our state depart ment npou sending the commission over land in-ncad of up the Vang-Tsu river. The Chlncso government was extremely unwilling to have tins journey made in this fashion, while it had jio objection lo sending the commissioners up the river In a steam boat. As the dcpariiucnt felt that the passage of the commission over land through the breadth of China ac companied by a formidable escort would have a most salutary moral effect upon th Chinese, resembling, as it would, a demonstration in force, the point was in aUtcd upon and U ia felt tht a substantial advantage hits boen gained In the con cession. Will We Have to l ight the Swiss Washington, Oct. 1. The state derctrt. r.ent has been ci:g.vjed f:r moro thsn a year in an effort ta extend the protection of this country to one of its citizens who has been conscripted in the army of Switz erland, little satisfaction has been ob tained from the federal department of for eign affairs at Eerne. Indeed, the head o! the department has informed tho Amer ican representative at Berao that the claimant cannot invoke ia Switzerland the protection of the state cf which he has acquired tha ri.ght of citixenshl;. r-ocn-t-iry Olney has riirf-ctod that the matter be pressed to a spedy tormina t'on. Chicago to Detroit Via Washingtoa. , Washington, Oct. 1. Chnmbcrlin. chief of tlc navigation bureau, treasury tlepart' racnt, has received a communication from Thomas J. Kldcrkin, of Chicago, calling attention to the recent loss of the schooner. Arctic" on Late Huron in a collision with the steamer "Clyde," of Buffalo, and intimating that the Clyde was seriously at fault. The communication has been re ferred to tho inspector nt Detroit for in vestigation nnd for such action as the facts may warrant. Doe, This Indicate Progress? Washington, Oct. 1. Immediately pre ceding the discharge of the grand jury here by Judge Bradley a written recommenda tion was submitted to the court favoring the establishment of a whipping post in the District of Columbia for the 'punish ment of wife In liters nnd other petty crim inals. Judge Bradley commented briefly on the recommendation nnd said that ho thought such a method of punishment would be productive of good results. QUESTION FOR COURT TO DECIDE. I a Chines- Horn on American Soil aa American, and if Not, Why? SAX FltANClsco, Oct. 1. The question as to whether a Chinese born on American soil is a citizen of the United States is to be tested iu the courts. Wong Kim Ark came hero recently from China de manding a landing on tho ground that he is a native of California The collector of the port, while admitting his nativity, refused him landing, claiming that he is not an American citizen. Ifiis decision was in uccurdnuce with an arrangement already made with the attorney general, who is anxious to test the right of native born Chinese tu land here. According to the contention of the gov ernment a person born in the United States must not be at the time of his birth subject to any foreign power, thus making it indisiM'.nsuble to citizenship by birth that t he parent lie an American citizen, for if the father be alien the cluid will ho subject to the country of the sire. Iu other words, to be an American by birth one must lie born in America and of Amer ican parents. If this contention of the government is upheld the standing of all jx-ople born in the United States of uliu. parents will be greatly -..ffccled. SORT OF WARM IN GEORGIA. Sisns or Trouble at the. Special Congress tonal Infection Tomorrow. ATLANTA, Oct. 1. There are signs ol trouble iu t,!ie Tenth congressional district over the special election for congress to be held tomorrow. Tom Watson, Populist, and J. C. C. Black, Democrat, are candi dates. A siHxial to The Journal from Augusta says: A party of Democrats, in cluding two expert registry clerks, wh; went up lo Liuuiln county toexmuine into the registration IxmiUs, has ret iirm-d. Tho inemliers say that ns soon as they arrived iu the county runners were sent out inUi the countiy, marshaling armed bands of Populists, who intimidated and threat ened violence to the committee at every Step. They were not allowed to see the books and were told not to touch them, nor to assist the registrars in expediting th.-work. The errand of the committee was fruitless. Members of the committee say: "Any Populist who felt so disposed took the names of voters in small notebooks, and this was called registration. Xo questions were asked." The registrars have thrown out a numlicr of voters, but the Populists openly nnd lxildly declare, that every man in Lincoln county that wishes to, shall vote, registry or no registry. Woman's Ituilding at Atlanta. ATLANTA, Oct. 1. The exercises attend ing the formal opening of the Woman's building at the exposition began with an address by Miss Harding, chairmah of the woman's auxiliary of the Pennsylvania state commission, in behalf of Miss Eiisn Mercur, the architect. She was followed by Mrs. V. C. Peters, chairman of tho building committee, who presented the completed building with its exhibits tu Mrs. Jos. Thompson, president of the wo man's hoard. Mrs. Thompson, in behalf of the board, accepted the building in an approprute address. That Alleged Flour Combine. Milwaukee, Oct. 1. In regard to the announcement from' Buffulo that the flour millers of the country hnvu about suc ceeded in forming their combine, upon which they have lieen working for some time, Milwaukee millers declare that tho Millers' National association bus nothing whatever, as an association, to do with forming the reported combine, and that if it has been formed it will he next to a miracle, not withstanding tho fact that something of the kind must be done soon or nearly all the mills will go into bank ruptcy. What Dr. O'Snllivan Says. Montreal, Oct. 1. Dr. O'Sullivan, of Limerick, Ireland, one of the delegates to the Irish convention held in Chicago last week, is in the city. He makes th 3 state ment thr.t a compact; has been made be tween Justin McCarthy and Balfour by which the former promised the govern ment the support of his followers In re turn for Irish home rule. Dr. O'Sullivan is only alraid that the resolutions passed at the convention may interfere with the plan. Advance in the Price of Coal. Xew Yoke, Oct. 1. Asa result of a con sultation between the larger coal pro ducers an advance has keen made in the line prices of anthracite ccal. There was no general agreement, but prices were put up Iruiu 15 to -5 cents a ton. Tin Yoang Men Drowned. Stracvse, Y., Oct. 1. Frank J. Devereaux, aged -7 years, and W. Porter Hunt, aged Si years, two newspaper cor respondents living at Oneida, were drowned in Oneida lake, off Korih Bay, Oneida couxOT. THE MARKETS. New York Financial. New Yoke. Sept TO Money on call easy l-4'? per cent, prime mercantile -paper. V j'SH per ca nt.; Sterling exchatisre firm, with actual basiuco in bunk ;rV bills at 1S8V.! ! for demand and ts .tsT-i for stxty dsys; putci rates uni tsisteJ s; commercial buig,43GS'34-. Silver certificates. AT1;: sles JlJ.ftX); bar sil ver, GJ-a Alexicaa dollars, un united States eoverament bonds irregu lar with 2"s registered ?i per cent. up. rew 4'srejr., l1: do. coupon 1 :;; 3' reg., I15-S4; 5" ciu;ms. ll.vt: 4s n-ir., 111--4: 4's coupons, ll-'U; Ti teg , t7 bid; Vacate 0 s uf Hi. XJU bid ChieaKO Grain and' Produce t'niCAOO. S,.pt. 3X Following were tho qn.it.ttlons on the Board of Tra.Lt-i.tay: Wheal September, opened tEI-V-. e!-s.-;t tc; H.-eemOer. opetu-J f;;V closed KVv-; M:-.y, opeacl tillv cloiei t',c tinrn September, ojn-ned. il'.J-, closi-J u!e; Oi-iib-r. oTeici ale, closjj 8lr; Ic-ni.-r. o;s-n.d .-. clost-i J: Maiv. ilM-ued .c clo i.-1 'S' -r. Vi.itj Se- i ts-iaoi-r. opened l. closed l3e: tV-t'.K-r, ; opened lf closed lsvbe: May, openod -1' j closcss 2U'(C, Piri Sptenib.;r. noini- nat, cioMfsi 95.21 janair)', openea 7.a, closed K'.(i. Lard September mminal, closed j.9U; O.-toVr. opened ti.3 closet $5.03. Produce: Butte? Extra creamery, 22c per lb; extra dairy. 17c: paekiug stoslt, 5V;. Eifss Fresh stock. Ia.i5; perdoz. Poaltry Spi-ing chickens, IJa per K: l.l hens, 8';e; roosters, &?.j,Vr: turkeys, Cftue: ducks, sCi'l loc; gs?se. $i.tW t"i.lW p.T doz. l'otatoes r'nir to choiw, -4'a2:l pt-r bu: sweet rotate-, Uli- I nois, 1.30ii.0J per b'ol. Apote Kair tJ i choice. !.OJtiil.75 per blil. H.mej Wldta clover, 1 lb. section, new sto::X Ij.eic; brown sxjrub, 10a1-c: extracted, 5,56c per lb. Chicago Live Stock. On 10 ago, Sept. 31 Live Stoek Prices at Uv3 Union Stonts yards today ranged as follows: Hogs Esti mated receipts for the day, 'lx,0); sslc raiiKi-d at .'-40oS.a) ptgs, s.f.9u4.4J linht, $:i.7.Vi:).isJ ronjrh iiackini;, &i.!V$L4v mixed, and 41.00(51.411 heavy packing and tdupping lutH. j Cattle Estimated receipts for tha day. I 20.UW; quotations ranged at $'.0j"i.j.iJ elioiee 1 to extra shipping steers, Sl.4iVff4.03 good, to ; choice do., .U" o.l.lj fair to po.-.L f !.en 1.10 ; common to medium do., $3.35,3.31 butchers' , steers, f2.20ia3.ui stoi-kers, Tl6i3.!G fii-dors, $l.a53..j0 cows, 2.ri7J heifers, $1.75iyi.3J bulls, ti.:yqri.'S) Texas steers, J.Wi.U; west ern range steers, and H. Jil n.oJ veal calves. Sheep Estimated receipts for tho day, 23,- I 0W; sales ranged nt f-'.0Jjl.iJ westerns, f!.75 ; t'.-'.W Texas, il.7i3J.Gi uaUvos, and t.Wi$L7i lamiM. The I.orat Market. OBAUf, BTC. Com 30c&3e. Oat New. MrA'jne; n'd.SHc Usy Timothv. Jl upland, U; wild, $7 O.10; slouto, rrttSs: baled. $10. rRUITAXD VEOKTABLCS. Po aloes -aOci PBOUOCB. Batter Fair to choloa, IScSICc; fresh cream, cry; 19c Eegs Fresh, 15a. Poultry chickens, GVic lava stock. Cattle Butchers pay for rorn fed steers AvteCiSc; cows and heifere, ScAS'ic; calves, 4cf5c 11 oct SrfllC. Sheep 3t3He. Spring lamb, c a head. rueu Coal-Soft, 10c. Subscribe for Tnit Akous. las 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 100 employes. EAST MOLINE Engine and Tool Co. Formerly Reliance Machine and Tool Cc, of Cleveland, Ohio, will work 100 men. Fuc tory now going up. Will start this fall. WEIR PLOW CO. From Monmouth, with 600 hands. Dans now under way. $75,000 worth of buildings to be constructed. Ground to be broken in side of 30 days. WATER The finest artesian water in the west, now flowing SOO gallons per minute. Water charged with minerals and magactism 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 Et Moline are established. Profiles of principal streets showing grade lines, cuts and fills, will be shown by the company to any one interested. Sewer and drainage sys tems are all planned. PARKS Over thirty Parks dedicated. Sites reserved for schools and public build ings. CHURCHES To the first church that will put np the best building a free site will be donated. FOR INVESTMENT. The great growth of East Moline since its inception, and the per manent advantages it possesses. Insure a population of from 10,000 to 40,000 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 the business man, and equally open to all, are as follows: First. All cash. Where parties bny for cash a deposit of f 25 per lot will be required at the sale, and the balance on delivery of war ranty deed. Second. One-half two years, or in four years, or in six equal payments to be closed by note ONE-THIRD OF THE PROCEEDS will be used to procure factories, several of which are now in view and some under negotiation. fcr Infants T HIRTT yxa cbserratlon teinioxsa of perm ens, rxtmit Xt la anrjcestlfinahly tha fcest remsdy for Infants wad ChUdrea . tha swerld has ever t.uown. It ia hj-mlea.Chi;drn 10i It. It srlvca them hoalth.' It Tjjtl aaro ttefr Hvwa. Ia It Mothrra l-.nsra noxaelhlng which la abaolptcly anTo avnd practically perfect or y, ehild'a medictno. Castoria destroys TTonna. Cnataria allays Fcwe rtahttenw. Caatorla prevents srocilting Scnr Card. Caatorla earns TJlarrhroa and WTiad Colio. Caatorla roUewee Teething Troarjlaa. Caatorla enroo Cowstipwtion and Yl atnlcncy. Caatorla neotrali a tho otfocta of earhonia aold gaa or polaonons) c !r, Caatoria does not contain morphine, opinm.or othor ares)ttosgroiertr. Caatorla aaaimllatoa tho foad, rcgvtlates tho tomu-h nnd lmwpb, arlving aealthy and natnral sleep. Caatorla Is pot tip In onagbo hottlci owly. It Is not sold in hnlh. Pont aJlrr any ono to aoll yon anything clao on tho plea or aramita that It la jnat aa good" nod "will anawer every pqrpoto." Soo that yon get C-A-S-T-O -R-I-A . Tho fae-aisailo sagnatnro of Children Cry for WILLIAM EMIG The Fashionabls Merchant Tailor lias the most replete line of new patterns in imported and domestic suitings in the city. 1707 SECG31 AVEHUE- THE TALK OF THE mm OPPORTUNITIES TO BE OFFERED. FOR BUSINESS The phenomenal growth of East Moline and its guaranteed future of per manent prosperity will afford ample openings for profitable business, such as Hardware, Groceries, ltoots and Shoes, Dry Goods, etc. A tine line of business lots will be sold for such purposes, and liberal inducements given to purchases for immediate buildings. EMPLOYMENT F.TCtories already un der contract, and those soon to be milled, 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 the beautiful river bank, will bo sold on tho most liberal terms and arrangements for houso building can be made for parties who pay for lots. ' r insurance contract made with married me:: good health, wbieh gives the lot to the fani in case of the death of the husband and fathi. is the most liberal oiler ever made in i,.' oi any other country. FOR RESIDENCE The land skirtii. the Mississippi river will be sold at Eas Mo line for residence purposes. There is 'o other city with a residence river front. Eo man road, SO feet wide, to be parkeu an boulevarded. cash, balance in one year. Third. semi-annual payments. Fourth. One-fourth semi-annual payments. Fifth. 25 per lot drawing 6 per cent interest. and Children. of Caatorla xrlih the pt?aacf aa to sycrtk of It sarithont tmeswlog. laonowery syrappor. Pitcher's Castoria. HOUR. One-third cash, balance in one and Opii cath, balance in one, two and three cash and and tlO per month. All deferred