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Mt-KLINaTON, CEDAB KAPIDS Northtirn I'allwar. dpnt foot c a'raat, Ltartspoit. Jaa. Morton. Uca of BradT m. Tk't ran. afaou a l-awpor. Train. Lar Akriti Parruiaar 4 j.iS piu hl():ft am FraUht M in m M45 i.m Wt l.t i.rt) lr.n- tNontt. t--Q.n a!0:30 pm aFM&am 5o, Fralar.i... nTrAai M-40 t.m bUtttam al9:Apm 1 hH :00am Hiif ri'anjr cxrrpt nnaa7. t(oici mrrb. JUoltia Hntb nd aaat. o. U runa batwaea Ca 'ar "p.da aad Warl LlbaitT. NEW To the East via the R. I. 8c P L K.ica I.Und i: K I A f Ih'pi L Kurk .lili.t TwM..t! M Unot Ar I'urii Ar NliMimlniTofi. r Imlt inniMiiie Ar IMilv.f. Ar I'mrinaall Ar lwvtnm .... .... Ar rnlnajhii.. ... . . Ar l-konvl!ie ...... Ar hprtiiullld. Ar l Li-.ii. Ar I Inrnln r lTiiir. Ar i4ttMn Ar Kvan.T'.lla. ...... Ar IWn' Ar Trm- lUuto 4 35 am! B 00 ami I4i)pm 437 am, 1 05 ami 1 45 pro 7 am II aTaiu I SNipm a TIA m a ispm e i p a M ll'oini II 2n am Upm lUpm OS pm pia iu am 10 pm bi pm Sunnm rvpra S iAm It: am 7 .ra 8 1 am 7 sj)nm H 41 pro P40 pa A -K ira 8 pm a 45 itm 111 SO ami li Mi am 4A am II am I lo pm 40 p. ltiunpm v v am 00 pm (I ,.m TI I ROUGH CAR SERVICE ROCK ISLAXD TO ST. LOUS. Train leaving Rock Inland at 8:00 a. m. earn thr.ingb coach to St l.oiii. pna.sinr; through Pckin, Hav ana. 8nrini;tlelit ami Litohticld. Lint cast of Peoria carrj through coachea ami alnepinp; cars on night train to principle cities. R. STOCKHOUSE. Gen. Ticket Agent. A WOMAN Who doei not want her washing dona in the shorteat time and neat est way U hard to find. Those who dm Airri-WASHBOASD soap (tot the beat Teanlta, be cause it is made from snch materials that it ' cannot injure the most delicate fabric and will tSave time and labor. Follow them and yon will find that Ton hare strnck - a goo'd thing. QSSAT BCCS XSZaANS TAB SOAP Softens the skin, heals chapped hands and re moves grease, paint, etc. Warnock & Ralston Hnap Makers. Roek Island. John Volk. fc Co. OBItBHAl.- CONTRACTORS HOUSE BUILDERS. Manufacturers of Sash. Doors and Blinds, And all kinds of Woodwork for Builders ajsuag, Fmarlag, Walnamattag IMstraaA, VstiUaadKA sv PASSENBERSEEIVICE A Physician's Story. "PHYSICIAN, HEAL THYSELF.'. THE ADAGE APPLIED. Or. Porter, of Kentucky, Telia How k waa Done. From the ilL Sterling, Ky Gazette.) la the nnuntai.Tj of Eastern Kentucky live Dr. C. 1L Forter, who fur 47 years hai ministered to the sick in the counties of Uvan an J Morgan, and has darinjr that tints sufJc-reJ mtn than many of the patients on wham hecilkJ. He was at last cured, and hi cara wj n startling and miraculous thai it was soon th talk of the mountains, and fin ali v- rei:he J t'aa Blueirrass. A reporter ol tie Gtzrlt: onsluied to investigate in the iaterMt of ulTjfin? humanity, and to hit qj T.laa tin d ot r replied : "Tr;a:y y?srs a?o, while livin? inMor K it Jnty aa J practicing my prufession, I hiiaterrib e n?rrom siiooi that cumplete ly pMitrA1 rj, ani frn that time until Ti im.itai a 1 suilerel nntuld agony, aai in fii: njver knew a well da V. I tried erertain? ia t'n ay of in? licme that I ka anl oi.altel other phrsicians for mll.'S arjil, hut I found n relief, and I r.iiail mv-i.-li' vt ths inevitable and await ed taeeai. A fi.w mntUs aF my son saw it a?; nt in your paojr of a new medicine ji'.IbI Ur. William.' Piac Pills aad wanted u; titry it. I tU him th:r would d'i ra: n jpiJ, bat afur Ukin a "f.;w des I felt j:t;r, anl a-jin hope reviveJ in my breast, f c-.tina J ti'-cin; the pills, and continued to im .-ore, a id now I believe I have finally ris?i.-j.l. Thtt is a'oout all of the story. I b:ii.!Vd Pin'; Pills s;:ved my life, and I ns.-r fail to r-;.nin?nj them in my prac tiz;. In txH. I cin tell you of a man that rot will pm oa roar road home who has DJin aim ni cmi!!tely cured of rheumatisw alter yeir of saderinj, Mr. S. O. Bailey, is hi na'n? ai I yoi can top and se him." Au:r tin ikiaj Llr. Porter the Gaseile man ttrcl fir Mr. liailey's renilenee. lie was firn l on his firm cutting some trees down. In re;lv to our inouiry, 'lr. Bailey said: " Y'M, Dr. I'.irter told y.m tne truth. I suf f;rel for year.4 with rheumatism, and was onlr a-H to 1 -ave my room in good weather, and tli "Ti w.ii not able to do any work. I waa uracil by L" . Port -r to try Pink Pills, for several vnr I positive!., refused. He finally ovoreinri my prejudices, however, and I am (rl 1 1 of it, lor you can see yourself what Pink Pills have dona fir me. Come to the house, and I will show ynu my crutch and cane which Pink Pilis have enabled me to lav side. I have alo ben iriving these pills to neighbor's child, which has scrofula, and it is improving right alone." The address of all the gentlemen referred to is EUiottsville, Itowan County, Kentucky, and anyone can have these statements verified by writing to thera. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain nil the elements necessary to give new life and rich ness to the blond and restore shattered nerves. They are for sale by all dminrista. or mav he had by mail from Dr. Williams' Medicine Company, 8chenectadv, N. Y for 60c pet E. - 1 An en. aw, ur aiA miaea uir aw, LATEST NOVELTIES IN icb im m GOODS OAS). see AT i:. F. -ORA, The Nw Merchant Talloi 1822 SECOND AVE Harper Rouse Block HARDWARE! Mixed (louse And Floor Paints, Lawn Mowers, Rubber Hose, Refrigerators, Wash Machines, Etc., Etc. FRANK ILL 1610 Third arenne. m S e o c T3 c 2 00 r I s ops W S p P m BYRNES ACCUSED. Direct Evidence Against ths Fa mous Police Chief. SAID TO HAVE TAKES EUSH-MOSXY Gambler of Gotham Swears He Paid the Great Detective When a Police CaptaJa One-fourth of Bis Pro S la Monthly to fieenro Iminnnltjr from Interference Deal Contlnuea for Ten Month. IOurinr. H'hlch the Captain Gete 83.0O0. New Yoek, Nov. 12. The commission of accounts which has been investigating transactions of the duck board for some time &as turned into the field covered by the Lcxow committe and brought forward testimony, which for the first time im plicates Thomas Byrnes, the noted ex superintendent of police, in the black mailing scandals. The accusing witness was Christian W. Scliafer. anold man who testified that he had kept gambling houses in this city since l!57, and had known Byrnes for a quarter of a century- Short ly after the latter was appointed captain of the Fifteenth precinct about 1&72 or 1S73 Captain Byrnes sent for him. He begged Byrnes not to trouble him that night Byrnes replied that ho was kin g In that precinct and that the witness had presumed greatly in running a gambling house there. Byrne consented to wait until the next day before taking any action. Fays Byrnes Bash Money Monthly. The witness went to see Sydney Nichols. hen police commissioner, and informed him of Byrnes' threat. Nichols saw- Byrnes and told him that if he closed the witness' place ho would have to close the ether gambling places in his precinct. The witness' place was not disturbed. Afterwards he saw Byrnes again and said to him : "While we are makins money we nro willing that others should." He made teds propositjpn to Byrnes: That the latter should receive one-fourth share ot the profits of the business, which was keno. It was accepted. Thereafter the witness reguinrlv paid Bvrnes personally. each month, a fourth shure of the profits. lho partnership continued ten months, during which hn paid not less than J,000. Said Schaei'er: "t kept a gambling house for twenty years and had to pay the police nearly all the time." Paid Money to Other Men. Schaefer told of i paying McLaughlin when the the latter was acting ch.ef of de tectives f.OJ out of f;i50 taken from a 'squealer." and of a similar percentage paid to the ward man of cx-Inspector Williams. His partner had paid cx-tire Commissioner John Scaunel tlOJ a month when Scan'nel was understood to be actinias collector for the police. Schaef er testified that he hail been requested to Keep away from the city during tlie Lexow iuvestigution and had evaded a summons. ILLINOIS PEOPLE AT ATLANTA. Exercises iu the Auditorium ou the Girounde- of the Kxpoaition. Atlanta, Nov. 12. Illiuuis Day was celebrated in great stylo and tho visitors from Chicago were the center of attrac tion. Governor Altgeld called on Governor Atkinson and then both of the executive officers went to the fair grounds, whero they were met by tho t irst regiment, I. 2. G., under command of Colonel Turner, end the local companies of tho Fifth regi ment, Georgia olunteers. i ho exercises of the day were held in the Auditorium. The last speaker introduced was Governor John P. Altgeld, of Illinois. 1 ho governor declared that the visitors wero not here on business; they hod no uxes to grind. They were only here upon a mission of good fellowship. He referred to reconstruction days and denounced the "carpet, baggers, ' indorsing tho action of the south in getting rid of them. He put in a plea for Cuba, saying that we should proclaim to the world that "robbery, out rago and butchery of a helpless people" must cease upon tho American conti nent and in American waters. He also denounced corporations. Hon. A. S. Trude, president of tho state commission of Illinois, was the presiding ofliccr.and was introduced by Mayor Porter King. Then there was music by tho Mex ican band; prayer by Rev. J. B. Kobbins, D. I). ; a welcome to Georgia by Governor W. Y. Atkinson; a welcome. to Atlanta by Mayor pro tcin. Arnold Broylcs. and a re sponse to the welcome by Governor Alt geld. Methodist Tract Society. Cincinnati, Nov. 13. The anniversary of the Methodist Tract society was largely attended hero last night. Among the speakers were Rev. C. J. Little, president of tho Garrett Biblical Institute, Evans ton, Ills.; Rev. J. L. Hulburt, correspond ing secretary ; Rev. J. M. Freeman, assist ant corresponding secretary; Rev. F. L. Naylor, German assistunt secretary; H. R. Dohcrty, Ph. D , recording secretary of the Sunday School Union. Fraker III with Brlghts Disease. Richmond, Mo., Nov. 12. Dr. George W. Fraker, the noted insurance swindler, is confined to his bed in tho Ray county jail with Brights' disease. Fraker' sjhealth when he was brought back from Minne sota was by no means good, and jail life has aggravated his trouble. He is feeling very much discouraged n,ow and almost his only hope for securing his liberty is that the court will order him released as a humane act to save his lifo. More Auti-L.) netting Action. COLCMttJA, S. C . Nov. 12 -The consti tutional convention has taken further ac tion towards preventing lynching by pro viding that any county in which a lynch ing occurrs or where a prisoner is taken from officers and suffers bodily injury shall be liable to damages in the sum of not less than fl.Omj to the person so in jured or to his legal representatives if be is killed. M order of a Boy and GlrL Little Rock, Nov. 12 The decomposed body of a girl, aged it. and a boy, aged 16, were found in the woods near Eldorado. Ark. The children were brother and sis ter named Perkins. They started out horseback riding three weeks ago and were never seen alive afterward. The girl's throat was cut and the boy's skull crushed. The coroner is making an inves tigation Severn Men Killed In n Mine. LONDON, Nov. 12. Fire-damp caused an explosion at the Winning colliery at BlackwelL near Alfreioo. in the county of Derby. Seven persons are reported to have lava hinrw. tUGENE FltLD'S CLOSE CALL. r ar Ntr Brl Baried Alive in Louia taua Twenty-tour 'eara Ago. . Topeka. Nov 1J Superintendent T. B Jennings, of tha weather bureau of Kansas, was- a roommate and close friend of Eugene Field at tho State, University of Missouri at Columbia. Spcakinar of Field he told of one experience Field had that came near ending the poet's life twenty-four years ago. Sa:d Mr. Jen nings: "In Jnne, tS71. Field and two other friends and I started south on bunting trip We went down through Missouri and Arkansas '.etc Louisiana. Cholera was bad that year. - "Ali the boys except mysel! were taken with it. Oue dny the doctor came and iound Field rigid, pronounced him dead, and preparations were made tc bury him He was put into a rough pine box and I got two darkies to help me take him to the grave ynrd. On the way we had to go ever what once had been a plunked road, but which was badly were out We wer going along the bst wc could when a moan came from the coffin. The two darkies turned nud ran and no induce ment I could offer would bring them back. "I got a plank and pried open the'eofliii and found the eccupant alive. He had been in a stupor, and the rough riding had aroused him 1 toak him ou my thouider and carried him buck to the camp, where he was nursed until he recovered. It was a mighty narrow escape for Eugcno Our two other friends both died of the dis- e"SC." real situation in turkey. Parte Manage Matters So as to Cultivate Hatred of Arineniaus. Los don. Nov. 1-j. The Times publishes a letter from Constantinople explaining the situation throughout the Turkish cm pire The writer says that owing to the rigid censorship exercised by Turkislfofti cials the lower class among the Turks are quite ignorant. They bclievethat the sul tan inaugurated the policv of oppression. but to some extent it is stated that the Armenians bt lieve the contrary. The Turks think the Armenians will be treat d ns they were twenty years ago. and besides this th?y entertain the idea that the Armenians arc ungrateful. Thus a feeling of hatred towards the Armenians prevails and the ignorant Turks really ap pear to tear being massacred by the Ar menians. The government officials, ac cording to this letter, uro directly respon sible for disseminating the idea that it is the duty of the people to kill and plunder tha Armenians POPULISTS CONTROL THE VOTE. Kentucky's Saw Senator Can Be Named by Two Men in the House. Louisville, Nov. 12. The fate of tho candidates for the scat of United States Senator Blackburn will rest in the hand of the two Populists elected to the house. Complete returns show the following House Democrats, 40; Republicans, 62; .Populists. 2. Jjenatc Democrats, 22; Re publicans, 16. Joint ballot Democrats tS. Republicans US, and Populists 2. Tho Republicans claim that both Populists will vote with them, while mnnv Demo crats are of the opinion that the Populist vote will split. Waller's Case Seeuia Hopeless, Washington, Nov li Secretary Olney has for some time been endeavoring to so cure the consideration of cx-Consul Wal ler's case by this new French ministry of ioreign Ml airs, tie has succeeded so far as to gain an intimation from Ambassador Eustis that the French government mav order Waller's release from prison out of friendship for the American government and on account of Waller's serious and possibly fatal illness. While Waller' case has not been finally acted on here it is known that from the evidence already in hand Secretary Olncy is unable to find any basis tor a request for his releaso us a riirhc. Great Yield of Cora This Year. Washington, Nov. 12 The November .returns to the department of agriculture make tho corn crop the largest in volume on record, with the rate of yield, however. somewhat less than that indicated bv the returus for October, being 2ii.2 bushels per acre 1 lus must be regarded as a prelimi nary and not a until cstiniuto of the vield The rates of yield of tho principal corn states ure a tol tows: Ohio, 32 6; Michi gan. 3J; Indiana, 32.8; Illinois. 37 1; Wisconsin, 31. Minnesota, ill. 3: Iowa. 83.1; Missouri. L6; Kansas, 24 3, Nebraska. JH.1. Lease Takes Ilia Wife's Advice. . Wichita. Kan., Nov. 12. Charles, Lea so, druggist, and hu?binl of Mary E. Lease, the noted Kansas lawyer and poU- tician, is constructively a prisoner in icn.ta, navmg uxn arrested on the com plaint of the president of the state board ot pharmacy for violating the state phar macy law. in that ho refused to pay tho annual oJ-ecnt lee prescribed by the stat utes for the support of tho board. Mra. Lease advised her husband that the law was unconstitutional and she would lie feud him in Court. Minnesota Law UelU Valid. W ashiscton. Nov. 12 The case of tho Winona end St. Peter Land company v the state of Minnesota, which was de cided by the United States supreme court involves tho question whether that stati has in disregard of the constitution of the United States passed any law impairing me oongauon 01 contracts, relerring to a law providing for back taxes on lands which have escaped taxation The de cision was rendered by Justice Brewer and held the law to be valid. Iowa Farmers Want Lower Bates. UES Moines. -Nov 12 The state rail road commission has heen deluged with petitions from all over Iowa for lower rates on grain, in view of present low prices. 1 he commissioners have decided that the rates which it is asked to change are interstate an airs and outside their ju nsarcrrcra. lows rntesyit is held, were proved fair in a former hearing Ashland's Acting; Mayor Arrested. Ashlaxd. Wis., Nov. 12 Acting Mayer Faude, who issued an order to the chief of police last Saturday to allow the saloons to keep open on Sunday, has been arrested on a charge of "knowingly violating his oatn 01 omcc. ine civic ccderaliou back of the prosecution. - Black Diphtheria Epidemic. Big Springs. Neb., Nov 12 Black diphtheria has become epidemic here. Many people have died. . All the schools Slave been abandoned and the surround ing counties, extending to Julesburg J Colo., hare quarantined against Duel county. ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. ' Obituary: At Milwaukee, John A. Dutcher. At Jackson, Mich., Colonel Michael Shoemaker. At Tuscola. Ills., Colonel Charles W. y.'olverton, 60. At North lucenncs, Ind , John McCord, So. Tramps are terrorizing the citizens of Evanston, the Chicago suburb, by beating them when they refuse to rpond to calls for money. Joseph Butler was thus rousbly handled and others were threat ened. The Housesmiths' and Bridgemcn's union, of New York, has decided on a gen eral strike to force employers to sign a new agreement. It is expected that 6,030 men will go out. Pennsylvania soft coal operators hava formed a combine to regulate the output and prices. Rev. Johnston Meyers. pastor of Imman- nel Baptist church, Chicago, in a sermon at Plymouth church, favored Theodore Roosevelt for president of the United St ates. Enough home seekers arc now in camp near the Nez Perces reservation to take all the desirable lands to be opened to settle ment next Monday. Battery D has been rented Lt Chicam labor men for a monster mass meeting and reception to Eugene V. Debs. A train of ten cars for the journey to and from ooustixt has been chartered f roia tha Northwestern rood. William T. Lamoreaux. "of Grand Rapids, Mich., known as the "bean king," committed suicide by shooting himself in the head. The famous Bull Run battlefield is to be divided into small farms and town lots and sold at auction. Rose Scott, a t rench-Canadian. shot and killed Frank Moure, colored, at her resi dence. Custom House place, Chicago. Jcalousv was the cause of the killing. ' THE MARKETS. Kew York Finanelal. New Yoitt. Nov. 11. Honey on call easy at 2 p-r cent.: prune mercantile paper. 3', 9V. per cent.; aterlm: exchange strong, with actual business in tanici-r' bill at iMSO', tor demand, and DCnt fcti for sixty days; p.wtei rates t: ana ju; coramercuu buu. 44jo. bilvcr certmcates, 67-jttlS: no aales: bar silver. STfa- Mexican dolatrs, 54. United States government bonis steadv: new 4'a rug.. 121; do. coupon l.'l: S'a rcj. 1W4. i'i coupon. 115; 4'a rex- 1111: coup ons. 112; Ti re&-.. 16' y, VaiAHa tfs of Vi, lui Chicago Grain and Produce. Ciiicaoii. Nov. It The followinz were the uuotationi on tha Board of Trado today: W neat November. opened 57 8- close! HY-aix Der-emb-r. openei ottc. closed 7'4C, May. opened i2'.-3, closed Sl'jC. 1'om November, opi-nei a;, clone! f.ic: iieccmb'.-r. opened '-i1?, clal a7-c; May opened 2:',-,c. closed Sic. Oats Novem ber. oH-nel 1:bC cl'iseil ln'r; Deo-niler, opened l!V. cioaed UV"' May. opened SJ't close! rork Xovem!er. nomtuaL closed 1 1; January. op.n?l SO-Oi, closed f-'.'OTj Lard November, nominal, closed liaJ. January, opeuifj toGJ. cluuJ toOU Produce: Butter Extra creamery. 22s per lb: extra dairy, lile; packing stock, (Sillc. EsK-t Fresh atoek. 19-j: p.ir dox. Poul try Spring chielctrni li per lu: old hen, e; rooster-, 4e; tursey. bj; duck. 6oJe; ecusj. So-OJ't-3. . pur doz. Potatoes Burbanks, itq.jM per bu; sweet potatoes, Illi nois. Jl WaioJ p.?r bbl. Apples Pair to choice. $l.ij-AJ.St pr bbl. Hooey Whita clover, l ib sections, fancy, Maltc; broken comb. lUirli-; eitra-te 1. 3 I: p -rla Crauber res Cupe Coi. t,"5J ,i h.-jj p;r bbL Chicago Live Stock CHlCAor. Nov. 1L Lire Stick ?rie is at tin L'nioa Stock yards today rangi-d a follows; H js Eiti matcd receipts for th3 day. 6J.JJI; aul ranged at .lJ i.jJ; pig. l3.".$U ttj lilit. tJ..ijii..i 4.) roiiKh. p.ie:;iiu. i.Ji i TJ mixed, and sj.aJi$o7il heavy packiaj aud shippiu lots. i'Attie Estimated receipt! for the day 17,000; quotation ranged at t4.tMit4.SJ choice to extra sli pping steer. MUxatoJ good to cho:ce do., tu.4.yt4.DM fair to good. 4d.it common to medium do.. f2.1j"(.t.4J butchers' ateers, J. ISkj iSJ stock jrs. jU0oJ.;, feeders, tl.2.-6J cows, f 4JgiL7J heif.-r SL7oaJ.M bulls. J.fil(U.a Texas sti-ers. S2.8VaJ.tM west ern range steers, nndi.0JiH.0J real caivas. Sheep Ettimated receipts for ths day, 4.0UJ: sales ranged at Sl.7a4l.Uj westorns. U To-a-'aj Texas, 41.7i3Jnativas, audtiiJJ 4.UJ Uuaua, The Loral Market. skaix, no, rorn New, san. Oats New. lscttVOc Bay Tirooth. Slwa13: nnland. Sll: wild. Sr? OJ10; sloofih, 7.tS; baled. (U. TKGSTlBLBS. vPotatoes-SOc raoDocB. Butter Fair to Choice. 17c: freak cream. ery. 22c Keg rrepn, 17a. Poultry (thickens, SMC Tnrkeys 7e. Oeeae 74C Dncks 8c UVC STOCK. Cattle Batckera nav for corn fad ateeta Sc7.4c; cow. and heilera, S!acAtic; calves, 8Hr4c uoca scRS4e. Sheap-aVfasSc Hpring lamb, 4c S pound, TOL. Coal-Soft, 10c. Whan Baby waa nek. we raa kr Caatorte. Wkan aba Traa a Cluld. she crid lor Oaacorta. t r-i-nn H " -1m i lima: '' rkanskt. she had Childraa. aha esraUiaaB Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Xa W1TE, BCADTT aai "BAY STATE" GUITARS, UlANDOUNS. BANJOS, ZITHERS and FLUTES 'Jaka C. nayaes ft Co Bos tan, Maaalartarcrs,) are evullrd by no other Aaml can liiatrunirata. Loareat In pnea of any strictly alabrade iaatra menta. 2v awmuxi. Head for tuioauaa. JoraalaliT D. EOT BOWLBT, ROCK ISLAND. FEU ALE PILLS. mw ilSCfrfTlT.. wmifSHL pi t aim djBXi i ts jenvaty qr pmintm hm-tV Hntioa. how uastU Or over lawilras -- uw.trmtMm tlaarSafl ffnoL Ummmt n rflaTallaTJllwnii Tn-IT nntr. fX rr box. or ti-imi bsn 4H. Bami - in tnAattsa aw I a. I SaSaT RssOal te is utmpa for pwtftcukan. klJUf-f Sold by BtrU M Ulkaeitt tmA T B Tboa Wr saT PI IM IS lr- a.aa.a..avVVVoNSs.Vv.V for Infants ,TT awstrV woaea-tatlara SStlHiowa mt pawraoaa. yaarsart H la wqwtioMaDlT tho fcewt i-emedy for Isifamta anal CMldrew tks) world Vna wtf kaowra. It ia hnrmlooa. CfciMrtia IQ.Q It. It thoan ItesJtj. It wffl saw aarmartalnsrwhirA fa nVaolatoly ssUM'ai Caiatorln deatroy ffsras Castwrta. aJInya rewaoa-lakpeaia. Cnatorlai prwraaata wsattfatff Sonr Cnrd. Caoatorlav cures IMnrrneoat nwd Wlcd CoUo. Caatsjrls) roHaryw Tearthlmg Trewolea. CaaterU ewrwo Cowatipatiow sued rUtsJetjey. Csarterla warati-sJiaee tho Beets ef carWiite mcli Ka or polaoaoria stir. CaatorU d a ot eesatstlsi amorpelo. wplium. or other siarrotle rs-e-perty. CnatoaHn sawtasiTZntoa tho food, re-tfwlatga the atosnach nr.d Jbowada, srfwtna; konltliy a-el smtwral alorrp. Coartorla Is wnt wp la owo-adro pottloa amly. It fa wot sold 1st wnlfc. Pamt milvw say owe to aJI yow anything elao tho plea mr proratea) that It fa jnt aa good smd 'wttl answer avrery pttrpoaav. Boo that yow sot OA-S-T-O-R-I-A. Tho foo-aianllo adsraatara of Children Cry for BFaCitwiTii's (;i:miii: Round Oak Made in Doe-wah-jack, Michigan. Burns any kind of fuel They keep the fire all day and night. Steady heat, clean and comfortable. If you want the best, we sell it. See the Name on the Leg. SOLD JOHN T, Corner Third Ave. and Twentieth St. Rock Island, III. Hock Island a RUCK Savings Sank Flye Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits. Money Loaned oa Personal ColUloral or Steal r state Secarltr. OFFICERS. I If Btrroao. PrcaMoBt. Johh CaeaAcsa. Vie. P resident. P Uuuawalt, Caebla. Began haslaes. JUj t, IW, aid occupy the 8. It. cor Milcball A Lrode'a new 6tUtd!B EVERY WOMAN mana4aanUbV.aaoathiT.iwnIateff saMHeiaa. Onlr , ttK) l-urldrga Dr. PeaS's They are aajnmpt. aaa arS eettaSa la raaalt. The raoajtno (Dr. FaaPa) oaaas dtaao t 'naaat. gaai aujrartMra. tlAa. r rt ltii i l i 1 1 M Hi us l a, I taialiail. O. For sale at Harper Hons Pharmacy. Rock Island. . JOB . PAKTDOM. PaanmoiJ a, con Painters and Decorators PAFS3 1U50S2S. aUia3salSXS3. ta. SE0P. 419 BtrrtHsmSh St. SOCZ ISLAND ILL 8E1VERS be CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS. All klnoa of 1 work Si Office and Shop 7X1 Twelfth atraet and Children. t Csurtorin with the pnrreaica sf we e ayeaA ef tt -HhoT)t ftueawlna;. thetr Uvw. In it Ms-tlieira ltr aavfa naid wrax-tic ally pawfoct tr a faoaosoif arjr. Pitcher's Castorla. ONLY BY UOFTSKER, Incorporated Under the SUte Law. ISLAND. ILL. DIRECTORS. C F Lvnda. Wra Wfla Jotaa Ornoanfll Pull MltcaoU. n rami, a. mnoB, B W Ham, 4 M Ualors. Joba Volk jAOEsoa Bcasr, Solicitors. t.U.d b uoas. XI yoa want ths beat, (at Pennyroyal PlIIo EaTBf a. PASUOOH ANDERtSON Oeaersl ohtnr aooaos .bert BOtlee sod aaUafartkia faaran a ROCK ISLAND t e J.. -;, ij."''::-"