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THE ABQUS. FrllDAY, MARCH 10, 1S99.
McCASKRIN & McCASKRIN.
Attorneys at Law.
Rock Island and Milan. Rock Island offlce
over Kreil b. Malta's store. Milan OECO on
JACKSON & HURST,
Attorneys at Law.
rmm in T?vir Island National Bank Bulld-
wu li n.,U'll. Hl.BT. II. KETU-
LUDOLPII & REYNOLD,
Attorney at Law.
w HAni local business. N
. irnA sp.-nnd avenue, liurora
st r- mioii l T B. D. CO W I SIX T
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
Attorneys at Law.
i over Thomas' dm?
,.r. .om.-'r,,f "second avenue and Seven
D. SWSE.1BT. C. LW11IM.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Ofllee In Benirston Hloclf.
CHARLES J- SEARLE,
Counsellor at law. Offlce In court house.
McENIRY & McENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
Ixan money on (rood security: make eojlec
ons. Reference. MitcheU A Lynda, bankers.
Offlce, Mitchell & Lynde building.
joiin k. scorr.
Commercial and criminal
Mllcbed &. Ljnde buildiuK.
law. Room 4,
ALEX H. LIDDERS,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Money to loan. No' ary
Mitchell A. I.ynde buildlm,'.
Iubllc. Room 21,
F. H. FIRST, M. D.
ltyslclan and Sureeon.
lnione on 13-T7. Office. 391 Twentieth
iifH,.,. hours: 10 to 12 a. m: 2 to 4 and
7 to H p. ui. buuday, 8:JU to W:30 a. nx; 1:30 to
2 p. nx.
J. A. BALL, M. D.
Physician and Sureeon.
Office lW Second avenue. Residence 10
we'ty-fourth street. Telephone 1110. Office
hours from Ii to I-' a. m: 3wp.m; and 7 to 8
p. m, Sundays i to 10 a. m.
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
Special attention to diseases of women and
children, also diseases of eye. ear. nose and
throat. Oince hours-:30 to IS a. m.. 1 to 4 p.
3J1 Sixteenth street, itucn esiauu.
BCKKIIAKT, H. t .
. . . MKS. II ADA M.
BCKKHART. tt. D.
DRS. BURKHART & BURKIIAKT,
Offlce Tremann block. Office hours 8 to I.
a. rn.. I to S and 7 to V p. m. ' bone o. 4"y
Hock Island, 111. Night calls answered from
C. T. FOSTER, M. D.
Pbyslclan aud Surgeon.
Offlce between Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth street. Office hours: to I lam..
2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 'J p. in. Muni calls Irom
office. 1'hone lOst.
DR. S. H. MILLER,
Veterinary Sureeon and Dentist,
All diseases of horse and cattle treated on
approved principles. Survieal operations per
formed In a scientific manner. Docs treated.
All calls promptly attended to. Kesidence.
Irflrt r'lfiii avenue. Tclcl.tione 1 on lttlT. Ofllee
and Infirmary, n ir, -VU7 Fifth avenue (James
Mauckcr a smbie), opposite No. I ure house.
DR. II. EMMET S'l'EEN,
Specialist ai.il evperi :n -lie treatment of
l,rrmu private and all chronic diseases of
men ami women.
Hours: 10 to IS. 2 to t. to s. Sundays li) to IS.
Harrison and ScuuuJ streets. pi-osae new
DR. E. ;. MOREV,
Homo nalhio Physician acd Surgeon.
omce: Mitchell l.yndc building- Hours:
10 to VI a m . '1 to t p. m.
Kesuietiee 1114 Second avenue. Himrs until
a. ui. alter 7 p m Telephone l'Jti
DR. M. A. HOI.L1NGSWORTH,
Office: Harper House Pharmacy
DRACK & KERNS,
Architects acd Superintendents.
Skinner Block Second floor.
C. L. SILV1S.
Orer Kre'J Math's. 1714 Second avenue.
DR. C. V. GRAFTON. "
Roorrs IS and 15. Mitchell Lyftde bolldlnr.
Office hours f ron s to ii a. no. and ltd I p. m
J. T. TAYLOR,
Offlce hours 9 to 13 a m . 1:30 to 4:39 p. ic.
tl9E--hteetU street. Opposite Union j3c
And is it not due to nervous
exhaustion? Things always
look so much brighter hen we
arc in good health. How can
you have courar-e vhen suffer
ing with headache, nerous
prostration and great physical
Vk'ouJd you net like to be rid
of this depression of spirits?
How? By removing the
cause. Ly taking
It gives activity t all parts
that carry away useless and
poisonou3 materials from your
body. It removes the cause of
your suffering, because it re
moves all impurities from ycur
blood. Send for our book on
i To keep in good health you
must have perfect action of the
bowels. Ayer's Pills cure con
stipation and biliousness.
WWfa to our Dodoes
Porli.ii yn vrr,u:.l lifco to cnnnlt
some CTiiineiit vh v.iriari9 atMiut your
c,ijlittoii. Tun;, wr.tk n-i irt-t-iy uTl tlio
p:irtn iiIhts lit your ,-.tse. Y'u will ru
culvv a prompt rt-p!T. vvitboul cv-i.
Adtlrc5. IU. J. c. AYitit.
CHAS E. HODGSON .
Fire Insurance Agency,
TrfukTsi Ins. Co., - - Chic.irr0. HI.
Union Ins. Co. - Philju'eli'liia. I':t.
Rockfunl Ii.s. Co. - - lioekford, III
Security Ins, Co. - New Hitveii, Conn.
State Ins. Co. - - - Kockford, 111.
Office. RrKvn S. Iu ford block. Rates
as low a coL.slMcct wita seour.ty.
J. M. Buforcl,
The old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-3'.m as low as any
can a:Tord. Yoi.r
patronage is soiic
FIRE, LIGHTNING . . .
- WIND ST0R&1
j Protect your homes
I by Insuring in Re
j sponsible Compa-
Call on or a,ltr-
C. R. Chamberlin,
Uiichell Lynde Block.
Kept .wants the
known Fir and
Rvhetcr German Ins Co. .
Hun vlo German " ..
German F're " .
New llaa-pshlre " ...
Milwaukee Mechanics ..
Fidelity aid Casualty "
...Roehenter. N Y
HufTaJo. N Y
, Peoria. Ill
Manchester. N U
Office eonuv Eighteenth stre and
Saoond ayenue, moom! iloor.
White Seal saloon
18 ?5 Sesoad Avencs.
QUESTIONS OF LABOR.
Views of an Advocate of Unions
and Believer in a Protec
TT0 GOOD THINGS TOE WOEZEI
Iu Ills Opinion, Are Organization and
Protection Testimony Given to the
Congressional Couiiiiittee by Pennsyl-
vania's Labor Commissioner Comments
o ii the Sweatshop und Miue store Sys
tems Child and Convict Labor.
Washington. March 10. Jan.es Cimp-
sell, factury inspector of Pennsy.vania.
was before the imluFlt ial comrni.-sior.
yesterday. Carr.btll's testinuny dealt
with organizctl labor generally, and e
I'eelally in the glas industry. He sp:ka
tu;rjritical!y of the lalvr oranjzatii n
( f the class workers i f his Ftate. paying
that before cirP-nizatiun was mad'
practlcaMe he had r.tver known an in
stance cf manufacturers attemiting to
rt iuco wasts which had not been sue
cessfcl. Pir.c? organization had befii
fcffc-ctcd no reduction had been mad
Tvlth.iut the assent of the worker?. H--declared
that thi re was n iv mutual
oonivienot- between mIuyer and nr-
erativts. Campbell was a strons advo
cate of a iTjtei tive tariff, sayinsr that
It was g-er.v rally understood by tha
ivorknnn that a change in the tarlfS
means a char.pe in the scale of wages.
He said that wases of the g!ass workers
never had b. en better in the history of
the country than at present, taking into
con.siaeratk-n the ruttnasini; power or
Labor L'tiion and Tariff.
Tliis irtiprovrd condition he thought
due to the protective tariff and to the
organization of labor. There had never
beer: a period of greater depr ssion. h
iTrted, than during- the operation of the
Wilson law. Cirfnpbel! spoke of th
miners as a class c f nun who were
pent rally imposed upon, and he found
csp-.-iial fault with the store system
wnich he said was pencrally in vopue
about the mines. I'noi r this system th'i
mine owners p.-nerary owned the stores
and the operatives dcalin? with them
wire required to p:;y from 2r, to 40 per
cent, profit. He did not believe the evil
could be reached by legislation, but
thought It could bo mot by organization
on the part of the laborers. Sneukm?
of sweatshops Campbell said there were
nbout "O.COd persons enaptd in them
in Pennsylvania, mostly in l'hilad-. I-
phia. He thought th- low prices were
lue to sharp competition between sub
contractor?. l'ilth and Vermin on the Work.
Ho spok" of the filth about tho stveat-
fh' is and said he had himself set n
dothintr made In the shops infesti d
with vermin and very dirty. He made
sjiecia! mcntinnuf an irvt stiTtion into
the manutactuie of soldiers' clothing;
where this condition was found to pre
vail. Campbell clard that generally
the sweatshop people could not be be
lieved under oath, and he ?a'.v no means
of rcculatimr the business short of eon
fiseall in and destruction where theeon-
ditior.s were- found to be contrary In
law. Campbell stated that most of the
rt tail stores handled the sweatshop
products. The employment of children
had a tendency to supplant adult labor.
ut it was also true that there v. ere
many trades which could be properly
mastered only by beginning at an ear'.v
age. He expressed the opinion that the
Inin icrati' n laws should be more re-
tri tive than at present. In the matter
f convict labor he thought prisoners
should be kept on hand work and not
NEW RAILWAY TAX SCHEME.
rovided for in the I'incree-Atkiiisoii Kill
Lansing, Mich., March 10. The Pin
grc e-Atkinsen till providing for taxa
tion of railroad, express, telegraph and
telephone property as.-vil its final stage
in the hous yesterday. That body con
curred in all the amendments to the
till rr.ai'e by the senate. There were no
dissenting votes upon the iuestion of
coneurrene-". ai.d the bill now goes to
Governor Pinsree for slsnatun-.
The bill as finally enaitid repeals
frMiier rots, under v, hi It lailrcuds were
tuvol in proportion to their gross earn
ings; provid- s f ir the appointment by
the govern r. with consent of the sen
ate, of a board of assesrrs. th" mem
birs of which shall have access to ad
ncenunts of th? companies to whom it
n; p!:t s. and who shall ass. ss these com
ani s rope rly at the average rate of
stat", coiin.y and municipal taxes upan
all r-ri'p.-rty within th stat".
Various' featur s of theact will doubt
b s.s be- test-el in the supreme c urt.
The enactment of the bill is considered
a triumph for Governor Pircree.
No Free Kiild for City Darin.
West Superb r. Wis.. March 10. As
si on as Mayor Die trich shall sign the
ordinance it will be ill. gal for any alder
man to ride on the street cars on free
transportation furnished by the cc.m
I ai.j The penalty is a fine if from $3
lo $113. The council killed one similar
resolution a week ago. but another was
sprung at.d public sentime-r.t was so
rtror.tr that it was adopted.
Puplic Ite-ception to Bryan.
Austin. Trx.. March 10. The public
ne, ption given W. J. I'.ryan In the gov
err. r s reception roc m at the capitol
yesterday was a great success, throngs
.f l.edl-s and pe-r.tleir.-n vi.-iiinc 'he dis
tinguished guest. The reception lasted
from 9 o'clork until shortly before noon,
when P.ryan repair-': to the State uni
versity and adelressed the students.
lie Was an Illinois Man.
P.l. cmir.gton. Ills.. March 10. R. D.
McLean, cf the United States signal
corps, who dleil at Manila fre.m wounds
recently received in the service, was
former station agent and telegraph op
erator of the Chicatro and Alton at Nor
mal, and also served the Alton in like
capacity at Lexinste.n. He was aged ZZ.
He enlisted at Chicage-
Lake Kates to tio Higher.
Cleveland. March 1-3. The Marine Re
view says that notw it hs tnd.ng the ad
vanced rate offered for vessel tonnage
theie are no more boats available no-.v
than at the oid rate of 60 cents per ton
for ore. ar.J predicts that rates will go
FIRED EY PILIPINO FIRE3TJGS.
iilage N. Manila Terrorised Trans
port .r:t with Lawton Arrives.
Marila. Ma.-eh 10. 11:23 a. m Rebel
incendiaries landed at the village of
Par.daran last night for the purpos-e, it
is allegec:, of terrorizing those of th-j
inhabitants who do not sympathize with
the insurrection. A number of native
houses were destroyed.
The United States transport Grant,
which sailed from New York Jan. 1).
havins on board Major General Law
ton, Fourth infantry and a battalion of
the Seventeenth infantry, arrived this
With the exception of San Pedro
Macati, where Filipino sharpshooters
incessantly annoy the American troops,
matters are unusually quiet along the
CLOSE CALL FOR A HORROR.
Street Car Full of rasseneers Nearly Goes
Into the Chicago Kiver,
Chicago. March 10. Fifty people nar
rowly escaped death last night in an
accident to a Ha!ste-d street electric car
at a bridge. Approaching the bridge at
a rapid rate cf speed the motorman
failed to notice that the bridge was
open. Wher. within a few feet of the
river he discovered the danger and put
on the brakes. In spite of his efforts
the front part of the- car ran down upon
the abutments of the bridge and hur.g
ther". One foot farther and it would
have plunged into the river thirty feet
below, and as it was jammed with pas
sengers the loss of life must have been
The motormnn. thinking that the car
was doomtd. warned the passengers and
then jumped into the rivi r. The tip
ping of the car on the abutment, ac
companied by the- motorman's warning.
caused a panic among the passengers'
and they made a wild stampede for the
doors. During the rush for safety four
of the passengers were slightly injured.
The motorman. after jumping into tlie
river, managed to keep Ids head above
water until he was dragged out.
Sort Coal To lie Higher.
Milwaukee, March 10. President H.
Sager, of the Sager & Osborn company.
e f Cleveland, says that an agreement
lias been reached by the representatives
or ab the companies handling sift coal
at the- lake ports by which the price of
the product will be regulated in the,
future. Manufacturers, railroad com
panies and other interests using soft
coru win nave to pay more lor tlieir
fuel from this time t n.
Cannot Attarh City Property.
Milwaukee. March 10. The attach
ments levied against the city parks,
water and sewer pipes and the cua! pile
f the city by Attorney James (i. Fland-
r-rp. in behalf of s ha Her ,v i-c hniglau.
were set asde by Judge Seaman in the
United States court yesterday after
noon. Ine court holds that city prop
erty is exempt from seizure.
Tim (Ircat YToolen Combine,
Xpw York, March 10. F. S. Smithers
& Co., announce that they have; re
ceived subscriptions for mote than the
amount offered f the American Wool -n
company stock. The Anu rican Woolen
company is an eastern corporation
formed with a capital stock of J.lo.OOu.-
Ofo. and containing nine, great woolen
Fatnl Explosion in a Mine,
rottstille. Pa.. March 10. Two ex
plosions occurred in a mine here yes
terday and injured eleven persons, two
probably fatally. The latter are Patrick
llrinnen. Ley of 13, and Mic hae l Lengen.
Five otaers were severely hurt, suffer
ing' bad Lurr.s, lacerations and broken
Three Murders In a Year.
Howard Lake, Minn., March 10. Mrs.
Fred Kicr was most horribly murdered
by her husband Wr-dne silay night. She
is a (laughter of Thomas lioxell. who
with his young wife w as murdered about
a year ago. Kicr is subject to lits of in
sanity and has been in the asylum.
Fire Costs the Town $.10,OO0.
Robinson, Ills., March 10. Fro which
swept over the business part of the
town caused a property loss of $30,000.
The First National Hank building was
destroyed and six other structures were
luined by the fire and water. F. L.
Dewey suffered a loss c.f $13,."t0.
The German navy is to be reorganized,
with the emperor himself in supreme
In a saloon fight at Eagle P.iver, Wis..
Peter Dur.imcre received injuries from
which he died.
Ltad has been discovered on the farm
cf Isaac Khrom in Grar.t township, Hu
ron county, Mich.
Miss Caroline Hazard, of Peacedale.
r.. I., has been elected president of
Well s'.f y college.
Great d itain's naval budget felr the
ensuing year will call for the expendi
ture of neatly $U",0' 0.' 10.
William Noble, build, r of many well
known hotels in New York, has failed,
with liabilities of $1.U17.1G0.
A hurricane has rage d over the IVack
sea fer the past four da vs. and nuhier-
i ous fatal wrecks have been renorted.
Sidney C. Lumbard. a pioneer insur
ance man. capitalist ami real estatedeal
er of Fort Wayne. Ind.. died yesterday.
Mrs. J. Warren Keifc-r. wife of Major
titr.tral Keuer. now in Cuba, is seri
r.uslv ill with t-ntrumor.in in her W.m at
Kdwaid C. Andre. P.elgian consul gen
eral at Manila, is in New Yolk trying to
orstanize a $10,000,000 syndicate to de
velop the Philip! ines.
With his hands and feet frozen so se
verely that amputation will be neces
sary John Hayes was found liicked in a
be x car of the Pennsylvania railroad at
A dispatch from Spokane. Wash., says
that Charles J. Webster, of Pontiae,
Mich., was fleeted by card sharpers
who got his cash and certificate of de
posit for J 1.1 CO.
Six masked men rode into Missouri
City, Mo., took Odil Summers frem the
Jail, stripped and whipped him and
warr.e-d him to leave the town. They
then whirpe-d four other men.
Representatives of thirty-three west
ern rolling mill 'concerns met at the
Grand Pacific hotel. Chicago, and per
fected arrangements for a combination
ci iron plants west of Pittsburg.
JENKS IS A LISTENER.
Democratic Candidate for United
States Senator Hears Some
DIIEES HADE TO EEYSTONE SOLONS
lfThey Would Do What Was Wanted
About the McCui-rell liill aud Stick to
tleuks Soino Witnesses Iteralled, Oue of
Whom Itringrs n Mcmoraueluiu What
They I lulerstauel by the Oilers Made to
Them by the Fx-sicuator.
Han iiburg. Pa., March 10.- Gecrge A.
Jenks, the Democratic caucus nominee
fe r United States se nator. was an inter
ested spec tat or at last r.isht's session
f f the I ribery investigating committee.
Gecrge Nox McCain, of the Philadelphia
Fress, was recalled and testified that
Rer. resentativt- Sylvester S. Smith, cf
Cameron, told him that he tunl been
offered 1230 to vote to reconsider the
vote by which the McCnrrell bill had
betn postponed by the house until March
21. The- name of the party making the
offer was not developed. Ropresentative
15. Frank Miller, of Northampton, re
peated! his allegation that Representa
tive Charts I!. Spats, of Reiks. had told
liim that there was $30 in it for signing
the paper in the hands of ox-Senator
John J. Coyle. of Philadelphia, to stand
by Jer.ks for se nate r, and that after
ward Spatz offered him JIOO.
Hail It Down iu a Hook.
"A reputable member of the house,"
Miller continued, "told me that he
thought the name of Rcpri.-scr.tati ve
John F. Hoy, of Clarion, was cm the
paper." Milier produced a small mem
orandum book from which he re-ad the
following: "tin Jan. lo. 1SH!. oncreel by
Spatz $30 to Heil and Mill, r; later $100.
Coyle on the evening of the same date
to sign my name to paper pie.
, port to Democratic nominee
ing myself to do so." Miller said there
was a general unuerstanding with Coyle
and Spatz that certain legislation was
to be supported for which money would
be divided "among the boys."
"That memorandum was made lien?"
"On Jan. 110, the day after the transac
tion," Miller replied.
How Johnson and Miller Understood It.
Representative Peter J. Criste', cf
Northumberland, was recalled and tes
tified that he knew of no member of the
house who had been coiruptly ap
proached cm fhe bill. Representative
Irvin N. Johnston, of Northampton, said
lie had a conversation with Coyle in the
corridor of the capitcl just prieir to the
house Demr.c ratio caucus to consider
the McCarrell bill, in which Coyle said:
"You help us out and I'll see you right
"What do yru understand Coyle meant
o mat doin.ston was asked.
I ihought that if we would stand bv
him he would give me some moiii y
Milicr said he understood Coyle s cfTcr
of money r.t the- Lochiel hotel was ir,-
tended te induce Kim to sign the paper
i pledging the Democrats to stanel by
j Jci.ks. Coyle promised Miller that if
I he would vole fe-r the Me Carrell bill he
woul.l sen.J a party to Easton and get
100 signers to a paper indorsing his ac
tion. Was a Chance for the Ilig Reward.
Miller said Representative Hcrsch, of
Montgomery, told him that he was cor
ruptly approached an the bill. The wit
ness said lie went to Coyle's room fre
quently for the purpose of finding out
what wits going on, and "possibiy a
y.an might tumble to the big reward
that was offered for bribery." Repre
sentative Daniel K. Hoch. ,f llorksi.sai 1
he was told by Miller that there was
somethirg in it for those who signed
the Jenks paper. Representative Rosen
berry. of Montgomery, made a volun
tary statement. He said he was lii vi r
offered directly ejr indirectly one cent
by Coyle or anybody else to vote for the
Court of Iii'juiiy on Ileef Puts in One D.-.y
Chicago, March 10. The court of in
ciuiry to examine the beef iueslie.n be gan
its work yesterday in this city.
The court decided to defer the taking of
tcstimory until after an inspcete.i; e,f
the packing hous-.-s at the stoe k yards,
where the refrigerated ar.I car.i.c-d beef
were prcrared. The whole day was
spent at the stock yards, the me mix r-t of
the court examining carefully the kill
ing, cooling and canr.ir.tr rooms, ami
watching with much interest the pro
cess) sot sterilizing and prep,.ririgcar:ti.d
beef for the market. Subsecjue r.tly the
court was shown through the printing,
packng ami other branches, and also
the shipment cf a lot of refiigerator
After leaving the yards the court went
to the bure au of animal Industry and
obtained some informaton from W. S.
Dtvi.o. wh'i is in charge. The- members
were informed of the system of inspec
tion at the yards. Inspectors in the
yards can condemn any diseased cattle
ilie-y see; inspectors in the packing
houses supplement their work by exam
ining carcasses after slaughter and
throw out j.iiy not perfecty wholesome,
t tali rails to l.leet a feenator.
Salt Laic City. March 10. The joint
a-serrby cf the legislature was declare!
adjourned sine 'lie at midnight yester
day without electing a Unitel State
Local M trkets.
'at, - -ae c.a -e.
II iv-1 ixnthy. -.:?- a); 11J. iTi.
f I ra l. s ", .".
l',t tOes - 4rK.
IPitter Fa,r to ebolje.
I'tz: fresh creati.i'rr
Ciiicker Sprinir. 7i per po .ad.
Inii'ks 7c p riund.
Turkev s -v live, be perputd.
Coal Soft. I"e.
Cattle Hatche s pav for corn
t ic'tvic: "k ami heifers, .:
4e -t -s.
Ileanty Is Dlood Deep.
Cleaa IiIcxaI means a clean skin. Ni
beauty without it. Casearets, Candy Cathai
tic ciean your olood and keep it cieatt, hj
stirriiig up the lazy liver anel driving ail iin
purities from the bodv. liegin to-day ti
Danish pirr.pits. boils, blotches, blackheads
and that sickly bilious complexion by takim
Cascarets, beauty for ten cents. All drug
gista, satiafaaioa guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c.
Which NrJf is
Ti housewife's duties are harder than incn
r.-!.:.tc. Cle-auii'.s; alone is a con-stunt tax on her
sircnt!:, a cover-ended task. More than half the
work of cleav.ing rhc can have done for her, if she
will, aud the expense v.-ill be- next tc nothing.
C.l :"U iwO
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SEEDS THAT GROW!
Whether y.-;t are pinh air;- for the market, or only in a small
wav for vour own re!il or pleasurt'. you cannot alVord to waste
tin linn ' necessary in jrc:mii the? soil. In" usinp; st'cels that :ut;
not tin very be-1 you eaii luiy.
The Best Seeds Insure the Best Results.
We ate; jiosili re
tire none belter.
Ik please. 1 with
LOUIS HANSSEN'S SONS.
Wholesale end Retail Dealers
tl!Gfi CLASS SEEDS.
JOnN M. PAKIDOJf.
PAIIDON 5c iSOiNT
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS,
Paper Hangers, Calciminerf Etc.
Shop 419 SevctUrt nUi St. Rock Island
T-Xtaie of live McKmstry. ele'e'e'iiseel.
Tlie' in eler-e.'-ie.l li.eviili been upnointetl cx
eeiilor ol Lhe l.,st ev tl liaei le,I:irneiil of l-.ve
Meliifv !.;'. e .; t Ue 1'iiliniv 10 ICoelt ll.lliel.
Mate o lii'i.o;-.. iieee;isi'd. !ie-rciV i:ne's lnille"o
I ll : 1.1 t e- '!! :lf-ir;;r lit I ore I lie IMIIlli.V court ol'
Koek Kl.otl e mm v. ill tlie erouat v i-miM reiorn.
in li:e e-itv ol lioe-U ehuiil. at the April
ter:n. ei i U lirsL Mond.o. ill Ap ii fii-:-. t .
lit. v. hiel: lime nil pcr-ons li;iiu. cl.o.i.s
iiL'aics! iiil c's: :i!e.' are noti'ieei :i:el r-inie'ste'el
ti attend lor 1 lie purpose, ui liaving t in -11111
;el jt:ste-(l. jA pe'rsoes i-ieier.r,'il 'osniii esl;te
aie repie:eel lo muiie atiujeuoiLe' ta:,'i!ie!lt lo
the liiiilersli'Mi u.
Dated liu-vf-tli dav of Feb'earv. A. I. lMi.
j'tiis V. W'i.i.'":!. i-.xe-eeilor.
Estate of Fredd ie!; Schneider, deceased.
'I to I'Uilejrslgnc.d h-.H'li: oeeil iippo nteil
cxcct.tri-. ef tUc hist will and testament
of I-lecleriei; Schneider. lato of the
county ef Kee:!c lslauel. stater of lil.noi;.
deceased, tiercov gives notice that Mie will
appe;ir lieTore tile count v eonr. ot Itiif!:
IsianU county, in the coui ty c'ei ut rooiu. in
the city of Koe-U lslni.it. at the May
term, on the llrst Moiidav ia May next,
til wnieli itiiie till persons hue int.' cla ans iitraiiise.
sa:ii est a! e are no: iiie-et ami n--i .lesteti to itL
terel. lor the purpose of having the saiTse ad
justed. Ail persons ir,i!eH eel to said e- tate
are refiae-i.teil to uiaUc iitiiiiediate payriieut
to the imtl'.-rsik'nt.-d.
Uateu this lih clay of Maren. A. f. tHirt
K f Mi .I'M ! I'T.NKH. ll.NC'C'Utl 1'.
Mstntc of Henry Fiedler, ricereaseci.
The undersigned havini; tieen appointed ex-i-tt
,u x ot t lie- las-.. v .11 ar.el I esi a lneli . oi 1 1 en i y
Fiedler, late of tlie eonievoi i.'iie'U Isla: .11.
st c.e of iliuiois. tlc-ccasecl. tie'reby fives notiee
that su will api'isar belore Hie eoentv
court ef Koe'l-; Isl.iiiel coiiniy. at the ceiurity
eoiii j room. 1:1 tin; iily of Itoci; Island, al t 'ic:
May term, on the la'-t Moialav :n May
i.evt. at wnierti time 'el persons ii.iui:u
eia.n:s m'.i nt-t haul esta'e:
reiiMesl eel to at : etiel. for the
ce notitieil anu
p'irp.s.r o( Uav-
: I est are are re
uayluuM to Lhe
tin; saint: ndjnsieil.
A1 persons laeiei.teel o s:
quest!,! to rnaae. inaneci.a: e
Dated this '.'. tli day of 1 . :
V'1.1. ..-.I- v '.
BEST TRAIN SERVICE.
Mctfs Nerverine Pills
t e rr e d y for
P&1& diseases cf th
fcttoiti. and Aii.u Lai.sei. gans of eitner
sex, such as Nervous Prostration, Failing or
Icxt xvi-nhood, Impotcncy, Nipidly tsriu
sions. Youthful Errors, Menial Worry, cx
cei.ive use of Tobacco or Opium, which
lead to Consumption and Insanity. SJ.00
per box by mail; 6 boxes for 55.00.
WQTTS CHEMICAL CO., Prop's, ClejeknrJ, Ohio.
For sale by M. F. IJabcs n. Xnri'l'., corner
Kj irtli aeuu! and Twcnt eth stre'e-t.
FIRE-BUGS! $200 REWARD.
TLe premium payers of the i-ta'e ars rr.aln
.aai.i.i' a f-ind popular SuOacr.ptioa from
xiiicb is ofiered a
Reward of $200
By the ucderslimed association for the arrest
nd conviction of any incendiary in any of the
PEOPEKTy OWNERS FIRC ASSOCIATION
Rocic Iaiatd, lii.
:::i: v. A. Tt. tPV'.e
. ::. rxtvior x.
Pecs i:-.e ixttcr half cf t !ca;u:i; ; e'uvs it licttcr
t;i.;i :.tiy o'.her way known ; cleves it easily, quie-kly
aaei cheat! v. Largest mcka;.;e greatest tccMiomy.
Thw M. K r(IRBANK CO?!PAKV,
-. :-. . Vork. Itomroil. I'lulade ;elo:i.
that we are stipplvinj; the very host seeds tlioro
Tlic-v an; Frosh, run- ami Reliable. You will
the results if vou use them.
Jlo-L'lo West Seeoml Stret t,
UENUY A. FAKIDON
THE TBAVELKRS' GUIDK.
CUif'AtlO. KOtiK ISI,ANl4 PA CI Kit' KAIL
wily a Irki'te can bit pnrclmsetl or b&iapet
cheered at K 1 A 1 Twentieth ureet il. i-et, 01
(im 1' i1"lo corner Kifth avetinear.il Tklitf
first rtrvet, Frank 11 1'luaimer. Am-ni.
3i!tiver LimlU l AOmnha...
Ft Worth. Dtnierit K C...
t-.nar.a ara: lies Hoilnc ,
$msiii. ,. liirr ujioPh
Omaha Iis.Mu1uh Ex....
tOmniia Kx . . ..
I'Tivr. I.;ncfln je. Oulii. ..
He- MoIih-s M.'.,ri-n.-i
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St Print lit M 1'ireai Is
Denver, Kt Worth ,fe K C)
tKrme1tyM J-n-nph. .
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f:hlOHPii A, Deo Mom, a
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tli:(i 111 t 7 ii", nin
si i Mil rtni 0 a 1 pm
' :ii i.m H:ir. ;.ni
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111 :10 pm t r -'AI am
I'JM'i .in :i;mi pir
!t 1 a 1 pm; ;t.er. pin
: 6:.r, pm t 7 111
! 1 ;:..n j .in
Ar-.-al. Denur-qrH. Daily, eir-n 8t)i"lw.
jO'iily 1 xi-i-p: ii.tui-,1 iy. All o'.hurs dully. Tele
way TH r ot
FC117T3 - C 11 A J UAL-Fi-8i
bven-ia ni". RiTua,,ik
..'eet,l,i J Yonm,;. Ai't-tt
ft I-., .Bpriueicjr"Pe;orli),
Hur Viji.-. via Mnaiuatt!
Ch'rairo, -...e.-liii-f, :limon e.
Penna, leS'd-itowii. ilur
7:00 am1 T:S3pm
t 7:40 am 1 8. 10 Dm
llnirton, Dee.ver A Went
t 1 ir r,m l :b-i am
St. I at.i it iilmiiuHpnlH ....I
Kteran-r, 1; li.uin & Duhu.j.ie
b:. I,., Ksr.fHB Cl v. IJerver
7 :") Lia K :l.r. mm
7.b0 puilt 0:U urn
rucCVm t vlntUWb'rgls 7.10 pm' r,-,
ni;iy. tDally oicrut Hun.Jity.
I plliCAOO. MILWAUSKB A 8T PAUL, Hal
I v j wit Har.lno A Hi..." hu,..i r,,.i..
ne.rf)t Twentieth a'?et. h.itwc-eti Flr.t and bocond
avenno. b II fin er. Acent.
'J'KAlNj Jf.Ym AitHiyji
an1 E'cp'.... " -?0 am H!fi "
Oliv except niiiiciay.
I Jieuc t t tret Avtine tend '1 wentleih
i recrauoiHe. ien'j TX't Ai-ont.
Spr'nneid, ijii.ciiirinil, Peo
Peoria, bpriii(!ie-ld, tit Louie
A".cmo iviton Fact IVelVi'ti.
I'l-orii, hprii.ef.dj, Clncn
Pn:a Ar.eo-a rre!ht!!.'.'J
e'M'ee and sl;e-. rrn.ru Accotii.
';a')'e anel R-inrwH Avo n..
1 .41 pro
I :f am
7 M am
fi :il um
K Mi i am j
J1; in p'
rrfiti'Pe-r trnir.s l:ave C H I I (Vollns
ivcnut) 1:pot lives minute aarlier rtts time
'""n. 1 rie,H loa-Koil dally, ali other train
daily except Br-nilay.
Colon a Saad
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cbe&prjepn, durability ami
beauty excelled by none. This
Bit no does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc. I'lacs e nt
U3 for estimates will receive
caret nl attention and be returned
promptly at oar expense.
Qaairles 17 miles from Rock
I Blind cn the C, ii. & Q. K. R.
Tr-lDs No. 6 ar.cl 10 will Btop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
s!one, any size desired.
Samples of Stone acd Fbotos ol
bulldlns can be "ten at Kccm'
No. 12, MifcLoIJ.ci Lynda's build
ARTHUR RUI-.2ALL, Manager
Bock Island cr Crloca, III.