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THE ABGUe, FJEIDA YV MAY P, 1896.
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WlOS r mas: M edy SI. St.
AHaneaaealcetlcaeef a artucal at
live lUncUr, politics! er tailzie,
real hum attacked fo MibUcatwa. Be eocfc
trrtole Ui m prtaWt iw MHm slneleies.
Oeneepoodeaee soUdtee fret everr tovastUp
ta Hotk IiiasS aaaatf .
Fkidat, Mat 8, 1896.
ekel rieatloa Taealay, a
Tiie German Lutherans of Dan
ville, like those of Hack Island, are
erecting a line aad costly church
LtwisTowK' i making ample ar
rangements for the meet of the Illi
nois High School asaociation. A
large attendance is expected.
Asotiier favorite Hon went down
before the tide of McKinlelsm
yesterday. The atate of Ensie'll A.
ATger declare! for the Ohio protec
tionist. Now Shelby M. Cullom thinks he
has a sympathizer In one Ben Har
rison, of Indiana. The difference be
tween the two is that the descendent
of Tippecanoe had tense enough to
get out before he was kicked out and
the counterfeit of Abraham Lincoln
'Tiik people of Vermont," says
Senator I'roctor, referring to the in
structions for Mckinley, "have an
old fixed habit of deciding for them
selves what they want." lint that
did not prevent their indorsing a
man from Maine a few years ago,
when he had something to stand on
except bluff and bluster.
Norm! but an unprecedented re
action in political sentiment can now
defeat the nomination of the Ohioan
at the St. Louis convention. The
only question is whether it will I
acclamation or on the first ballot.
Such consideration as may be ex
tended to other enndidates will be
purely complimentary. McKinlcy
is as good as nominated now, but he
is a good way from being elecUd.
Cable A (a la.
It appears that lion. Itcn T. Cable
has again come to Chicago's assist,
aace io the matter of securing the
democrat! national convention for
that rity. The gallant and victori
ous fight that Mr. Cable made for
Chicago at the national committee
meeting against great odds, is still
fresh in the public mind. This week
rumors have been circulated to the
effect that Chicngo was unablo to
raise the fund plodged to secure the
convention, and it was possible that
the great democratic gathering would
tie held elsewhere after all. A con.
ference cf the local convention com.
mittee was held at Chieago yester
day, at which arrangements were
ma Jo to meet the pledged obliga
tions. According to the Timus-IIor
aid Mr. Cable is deserving of further
credit in adjusting the matter. It
Hen T. Cable, national commit.
teeman fur Illinois, was present at
the conference, and was a potent
agency, it is said, in completing the
arrangements. Until the confer
ence ended a good de,l f anxiety
existed, not confined by any means
to political circles. The opinion was
prevalent that It would be a disgrace
uot only to toe local democracy but
to the people of Chicago, to allow
pleitges roailo In good faith to go un.
nrnre and After "Tahiti"
The Chicago Tribune, of which R.
W. Patterson, who is the son-in-law
of Joseph ;Mcdill, is the directing
head, printed the following editorial
May 30 last, warning the republican
stato convention against nominating
Henry L. Ilvrti for state treasurer.
The Tribune is, par excellence, the
republican organ of Illinois. On the
above date it said:
"Herts has become odious to the
intelligent. lf respecting republi
can of this county.. They see iu him
the typo of men who are in politics
for 'what there is in it. He is the
etnbodimvbt of the insatiate oflice
helder and the perpetual office-beggar.
He has been a public pensioner
for 3) year. When he could not get
an elective office he got an appointive
one. If possible be got two, and
while drawing pty for clerical ser
vices, poorly performed, collected
extortionate fees from the unfortu
nate property-owners whose special'
assessments the court appointed him
He is a stench in the nostrils of
derent republicans, because he is as.
sciatd with all thitt l most offen.
sive in machine politics. Tacked
primaries, the ownership of subser
vient delegates fraudulently 'elected,
and the use of them for trading pur
poses have given htm all he posses
ses and have enabled him' to become
a part not the most prominent, but
the most disliked of the different
machines' which hate from time to
time sought to boss the republicans
01 mis county."
On April SO. just one month after
the above editorial appeared in the
Tribune, B. W. Patterson . was
elected a delegate-at-large to the 8t.
Louis convention by the republican
state convention in Springfield. Im
mediately after "taking" this 'post,
tion the Tribune editor's opinion of
Herts was modified to such an ex
tent that in the issue of his paper of
May 1, the following editorial para,
Henry L. Hertz, for state trees
nrer, is one of the- best known men
on the ticket. As he has held offices
of various kinds all his life he should
possess by experience the necessary
qualifications for the discharge of
the duties of the office. He has been
before the people before, and the
vote.be received showed the popular
esteem in which he was held at that
Tbe Haadeoene Lent Lelghaon.
Lord heighten must at one time"have
been among the handsomest men in Eu
rope, nnd indeed be retained much of
his personal advantage down to the
hour of bis death, aud be bad through
out life that inunuer o!i the great wjio
are, also simple and straightforward,
welch is never acquired, 'omfwhich is
given, we think, only to tffose who are
justly conscious of something, it may
bo pedigree or beauty or genius or effi
ciency, which is incommunicable. He
could deal for art wifh governments as
potentate with potentate. He belonged,
iu fact and it was this which ruade
him, as ou Hugluhiuan, so interesting
to tin irder of men surely found now
anywhere and scarcely ever in. England,
but Who would seem to have been fre
quent iu the Italy of the Reuuistuince,
mtn conscious jf great powers rather
tbau of great thoughts, who dare at
tempt to do almost anything withiu the
raugo of art and who through some sub
tle power in their organization's rather
than in tiieir brains never are humiliat
ed by a failure.
Men of bis type are exceedingly-rare
now in England, though they must have
existed iu the Elizabethan period when
however they rarely demonstrated their
powers by any maMtery of the arts other
than jKietry or music the tendency of
our ago being in all things great as well
an small, to penalization. This in an
era of adventure and social successes,
but it will no more produce Sir Walter
Ituleiylis Jameson is not Sir Walter
than it Will 'product) Shakepearcg.
Higher Wen than Lord Leightou have
died nndTvill die in, this generation,
but no man more vigorously alive, more
ucucxkful iu the tasks he set himself to
perform, or more irreplaceable. Lou
Coalda't Dolt ItlmarlC
A famous English physician, Kit
Jnines Cricbton lirown, has risen up at
an opponent tif the higher education oi
wotuou. Two yeuts ar. he save, h
mot a hi uk rWiool girl who was reading
'fcurretrns" fev recreiitiun, but eIk
failed lamentably when bo aked her tc
boil a potato. uite posybly Sir JaujOI
Would have been equally unfortunate
had ho been asked to boil the potatt
himself, or, to cito a more masculine
employment,-to bitch up bis own horse.
It is impossible for uo iicrson, whethei
mau or woman, to acquire all the ao-
cotuplislinieutu, bat if a womiui sue
coeds with her higher education, ai
many of them have succeeded, she can
afford to pay for having her potatee
bailee. 1 his is now so well understood
anil conceded that the opposition tc
woman s aiivauceuicnt is confined al
most exclusively to the ultra conserva
tives, of whom Sir .Tames Cricbton
Brown appears to be a type. Piiiladel-
Cora for Headache.
As a rcmedv for all forms of bead.
ache Elcctrio Bitters has proved to
be the very best. It effects a perma
nent cure, and the most dreaded ha
bitual sick headaches yield to its in.
tiuence. e urge all who are af
flic ted te procure a bottle, and give
this remedy a fair trial. In cases of
habitnal constipation Electric Bitters
cures Dy giving ttro needed tone to
the bowels, and few cases long resist
the nso of this medicine. Try it
once. Large bottles only 50 cents at
Manx & tiiiemeyer s drug store.
For Toot- protection.
Catarrh cures" in liquid form to
oe taken internally, usually contain
either mercury or iodide of potassa.
or both, which are injurious if too
long taken. Catarrh is a local, not a
blood disease, caused by sudden
change to cold and damp weather.
it starts in the nasal passages. Cold
in the head causes excessive flow of
mucus and, if repeatedly neglected,
the results or catarrh will follow.
and oftentimes an offensive dis
charge. Ely's Cream Balm is the
acknowledged cure for these trou
bles and contains no mercury nor
any injunuua urujj.
Continued fair and warm weather
but with more or less cloudiness to
night and Saturday, possibly local
showers during Saturday afternoon;
southerly winds. Joaay s tempera
ture 87. F. J. Walz, Observer.
sby was atok. we ave aar
she was a CUM, sea erM for
Subscribe for The Aroci.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castorla . -
DID YOC EVLR suffer trom real ner
vousness? When ever; nerve seemed
to quiver with a peculiar, creepy
feeling, first In one place, and thnn another
and all seemed finally to concentrate in a
amnio? Jumble in the brain, aad you be
come irritable, fretful and peevish: to be
followed ty an impotent, weakened condi
tion of the nerve centers, zinpng ta the
ears, and sleepless, miserable nights ?
TT Iii1c' rs. Eugene4 Searies,
Nervine hart-,Dd -saT,: "Ker"
. tous trouolec had made
KSStOrCS me nearly insane and
Hpi itri physicians were unable
HC41luM to help me. Sly memory
was almost cone -acd every llttieSJ thins
worried me until I was almost distracted.
I really feared I was becoming a maniac I
imagined all sorts of evil things and would
cry over nothing. I commenced taking Br.
Miles' TiestorattVQ Nervine and four bottles
of this wonderful remedy completely cured
me. and I am as well now as 1 ever was."
Dr. Uiles' Nervine is sold on guarantee,
first bottlo will benefit or money refunded.
Where are you going, my pretty maid
So iiHdet and Hedate!
To church, kind sir, she sweetly said,
And I am afraid I'm late.
Can I go, too? And when there
Te quickly can be wed ;
You bet your life; I'm stuck on you,
Kor your clothes are up-to-date.
Many thanks! cried lie, for admiring them.
i ney are my tailor s good taste,
And anyone wanting line clothes.
tioto lloppe's and have them made fo the
Queen s taste. .
Has the best equipped Bicy-
cle Repair Shop in the Tri-
Cities, including the most
approved mctheds and ma
chinery for brazing, bend
ing band bars, enameling
and vulcanizing; thoroughly
and satisfaction guaranteed.
Agent for the widely known
AJAX Bicycle. ' Carries a
full line of Bicycle Sundries.
218 Seventeenth St.,
To bny Hardware,
Mixed House and
Floor Paints, Rub- -ber
Mowers or anything
in the Hardware
line In general is of
1610 Third Avenue.
AGENT FOR EAGLE BICYCLES.
KOCK ISLAND ARPR3AL, ILL, A PR II. In,
Hs. sexlrd moioaala la tri, hfjue. w.!l t
raretvrd until 12 o'clock, nooa, Sijl. :ms. aad
uicB oprsea. ir mmioir - aua nauiieg re
aairaanvO M. 1ml dono Steml .r
m.BODC July 1. 1S!. Vniua St t. reserves the
nht to n)txt aoy or all rmpoulf or any t
iwiwn. iDivrmwioii larnwDea apoa apftitrmikia.
Ciiwlows cnnuiniDe pnmoaalaaboalii lemarkl
rtocmraHi f-ir raal." ur "Hal!nr." ud ad.
ucaa uara. v. uoiui, ura. vv t., t. M.
Intruuiiita. TnjBa, Volfmi 11 rtv:p-,t-
foe K.-dr ,cd Ir-:ru -wr. Ln.
ra vntwftaaniHl.- Ftn. 'tlrt.aa
MaaacS Irtr-rt'w. for ATftatetirllatida.
I.t 1 HFII.T.
WA NTKD-HO A KDKRS IN PRIVATE
famllv. Good location. 50B Tvni.
WASTED POUR TO 7 BOOM HOUSB
centrally looatcd. Good rent for right
place. "J. E. W care The Abgvs.
WANTED-PLACE TO DO GENERAL
home work in ttrivate famiiv. Refer
ence if required. - Apply at SnOl Vine street.
WnSTED-A POSITION BY A YOTJ!fQ
V V lady as eaxhier in a store or office.
Reference if required. Addre-w L L. Aaotrs.
WAKTED TO BrY A LARGE 8ECOXD
hand coffee mill suitable for use in the
grocery r-usinem Address "C. K.," The As-
Vtv ANTED EMPLOYMENT: STEADY
VV places to work at ironing or second
work two or three days a week by competent
girl; reference given. Address "M. B.," Ali
ces. . .
WANTED MEN WHO WILL WORK FOR
ST5 a month salary or lanre commission
selllnir staple nooOs by aample to dealers. Ex
perience unnecessary. Write us. Household
Specialty company, 77 W. fourth street, Cin
XT A NTED MEN TO ACT AS LACALAND
v v traveling salesmen. Kxpenence not
necessary. Salary or commission as i referred.
A Kood chance for energetic men. Write for
particulars. The R. U. Chose company, the
inase nurseries, ueneva. . . -
WANTED LADD3S AND GENTLEMEN
who wis to correspond for pleasure, or
wnn a view to rcairomnny to join trie tiistem
Ohio CorrespondtnK Bureau. Salem. Ohio.
ena two cent stump for tlesermttve circular.
Address W. E. Bock, lock box 7, Salem, Ohio.
WANTED SCHOLARS TO LEARN THE
French KelloRir system at mil Second
avemie. The complete system embraces the
model, complete instructions in cutting, Httine,
French basiinK and bonintt for only Ha Usual
pnea tor system complete, ro. airs. M. ti
AXTANTED GOOD RELIABLE HELP OF
V V all kinds who can furnish references to
use Tbb a hobs want column. Calls are re
ceived at this office daily for domestics, etc..
who can come well recommended. Try this
column for a sanation and if yon areaehable
you wiu get, one.
T7HDR RENT A 7-ROOM HOUSE. INQUIRE
ui j. aciiremer s. mv rouno avenue.
OR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
or wttnoui board. 1114 Second avenue.
"CIOR 'SENT FOUR-ROOM FLAT IN GOOD
"Pl Bllua- neasonauie terms. Apply fci
v . nurst.
"C10R RENT-ROOM FOR ONE OR TWO
nemiemen wttn boara; ccntrul location.
AuureM "),, AHU A KU17S.
T7K)R RENT THE FLATS IN KOESTKR
-i- buildintr. corner Fifth avenie ami 1'hirtv.
llrst street, opposite C. K. I. & P. dupnt. For
Mriieuiurs cau at snoe store of reterson or
iiemj nros., room i, Mitchell & Lynae block.
FOR SAl E.
"CKtR SALE-NEW S-ROOM HOUSE, 2803
oullu avenue. Appiy on premises.
"EVOR SALE A FINE nUILDINf; 1XYT IN
XJ South Park lielow cost if tukeu soon. Call
at aoutn l-urn irrocery or an ut this oOlce.
TjlOR SALE A SMALL PAYMENT DOWN
ana balance In monthly payments to
suit purcnaser. will buy a nice 8-room bouse
r-i TDtrteenin avenue. AnNy on premises.
"OCR SALE A FIRUT CLASS IjOT. EAST
A fronr new tiriek walk, shade trees In
front. Fruit tree and sbmlia on lot. water and
sewer. Annlv at 3Mn Fifth avenue or on
premises, 'tc! Thirtyiahth street.
CHIROPODIST J. W. MAYES. CORNS,
bunions ami intrrpwini? toe nails treated
without pain. Skilled operator. Call at 10il
HARRY B. IRVIN. DEATJCR IN NEW AND
second-hend (food also voods handled
on commission. Cash paid for all aaleable fur
niture. Before buyinir. irive me a call 1511
Second avenue. Rock island.
&1 AA TO ANY MAN OR WOMAN WE
cannot teach to draw a crayon
portrait by our patent method in three lessons.
We pay our pupils I0 to ! per week to work
for us at home, evening or spare time. Send
for work and particulars. Hermann & Sey
mour, 213 South Sixth btreet, Philadelphia, Pa.
PHRENOLOGICAL SCIENCE OF THE
hand Mme. Franks, the scientific palmist
and thorough irrnduate in the science of chlr
omuncy. Mme. Franks, alt houtrh a palmist, is
not a fortune teller. She thoroughly under
stands the hand, the lines with all their twists
and turns, the texture of the skin aud also the
shape and size, which Is a necessity to reveal
the character, the temperament aud the abili
ties. Therefore she can reveal to those who
call upon her. from a scientilic standpoint,
whether they are best suited to mental or
manual labor and in whaf occupation they will
be the mot successful; also their proper mate
in life. Mme. Franks has practiced in bo'h
Kurone and America, and is considered a very
successful and interesting lecturer and reader
of palmistry. She is assisted by the world's
renowned palmist. Prof. Franks from the Isl
and of Cyprus, who wiU exhibit to the public
various puintinga and sketches of hands of
different people and professions. Public In
vited. Parlors lslu, Third avenue. , '
MADAM DESARMEAUX. THE CROWNED
queen of all clairvoyants not a sorcerer
or fort une teller, only as a clairvovant medium.
Her power exc:tcs4he wonder and udmiraLinn
ol even the most skeptical. Khe will foretell
your destiny to a certainty. Scores who hae
consulted her consider her advice and a-sin-ance
most valuable. She has made fortunes
for many, finding for them through her clair
voyant power investments that returned them
great prom, t-eopie in au walks of life have
been benefited by the services of this eminent
medium. She never fails to give warning of
the snares that await yon in the future and
point out the way by which t hev ma v be avoided.
Love affairs and all matrimonial entanglements
are satisfactorily straightened out. In a word,
whatever may be your trouble, suspicions or
desires, call on this gifted woman, for there is
nothing within the aim of human power, intel
ligence or ambition, that she cannot do for
you. or place withm your reach. She locates
ami diagnoses Disease, cures tits, big neck,
etc. also gives massage acd magnetic treat
ment. Business strictly private and confiden
tial. Hours S a. ra. to . p. m. daily and Sun
day. Call at once. Private apartments, ltt
Fourth avenue. Moline. III.
At R. Senn's 203 Eighteenth
street, under liovk Island
National bank. Suits repaired,
cleaned and washed on short
notice. All work first-class.
30 years experience. Cloth
ing called for and' delivered.
TBY THE NEW SHOP.
THOROUGHLY RELIABLE.. -
1725 Second Ave.
Is Oar Motto
In both prices and goods
our stock, which has never
been so complete, is above ,
competition, and at no place
in Rock Island or Scott
county can such bargains be
found (in -spring novelties,
trimming, capes, jackets,
wrappers, shirt waists, eto.)
in quality or price, and the
assortment is always varied, ,
profuse and complete. Yon
cannot help beine suited.
Inspection invited of grad
. Muslin Underwear.
Ladies muslin gowns, cluster tuck
yokes, full length and width
full bleeves, with laoe worth QQ0
Ladies' muslin drawers with tucks
and embroidery, joke band IQp
worth 40c. pv
Umbrella skirts, deep cambric floun
ces, lace and embroidery trim
med, others ask (1.95, M AO
our nrice sl.rO
Ladies' Empire chemise, full skirt
lengths, embroidery yoke, edrred
with lace, cheap at $1.25, go
Umbrella drawers, muslin or cam
bric, beautiful goods, worth' "7 Hp
up to $125, our price
Children's lace caps, 39c, 49c. 6Sc
75c, all go in one let, vour QC.
choice t ." -5JI
Gold and silver tinsel belts, have
been S9e, 47c, 68c, .our QC.
We have arranged to put on sale
tnis wees a line ol line porcelain din'
ner ware in two lots at one-third less
than regular price: .
Consists of festooned dinner ware,
bronze finished handles, shapes very
new at lo.yo ior iuu pieces.
This dinner ware is of high grade
finish, each piece being gold traced
and shapes very artistic. Only a
limited n ember left, while they last
at t7.50 for It 0 pieces.
We are selling imported crepe pa
pers in any shade at 15c per bolt.
Wine shade frames in any size at 15c
House Furnishing Department
Everlastingly underselling is what
makes our house furnishing depart,
Oil Move, the well known DcSince, on'y 49C
Garden hore, 2 ply 50 foot lengths, eon- C
pled, per foot 3-C
Garden lo.SpIy.KO-Unr'hseopnld efitpnteed
for one peasna : toe net hose everoffered Aim
for Ibe price; per foot.. 9iG
Oetn btms tpray ncszle. aiakel p'.ated 2QfJ
Seed water fi'tera, aickcl
Rotherford's celebrated wall paper clean r, f Q.
Moth billf, per doxn only f fj
BnUer mill rop, 3 bam ia box, per 0q
Panry Knrn doorj In bard wood. bat QQ
wire cloth OOU
Screen doora. all a ze. 4 paxl, g0Q
Wire cloth, vtrr bf double aelvedaie. h
qna'ity. graea or fcla.k. oer tnuate foot f ,n
bythe roll :C
Door p,inc. tbr union celebrated acreea QP
aoor hiogr. ptr pair . "
The Kxceli'cr rtfriaerator. afbeatoa mi d.
solid brjnze trimmitig, lock, castors,
Don't grow on trees, neither are they found on
the clothing dealers' shelves. ' When buying a
suit why not pay a dollar or two more and get
something that fits you? When ycu buy a suit
of born you get the best of trimmings and work
manship that is faultless. His suits fit tight,
Have attained their celebrity solely
I.IT-1 L!L!..J I ..."
puuiiuy exuiuivuu in compouiion
THE HIGHEST AVARI
At the International Exhibition at Crystal Palace, N. Y.. In 1853,
over 100 pianos on exhibition First Prize to the Schomacker Piano.
At the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia in 1845, 1858, and again
in 1874. .
At the American institnte in New Tork in 1858.
At the Maryland Institute in Baltimore in 1848.
t At the International Exhibition in Philadelphia In 1876.
The Schomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards
' SOLD COaTTIHCOUSLT FOB 28 TEARS AT
Wallace's Music Store Z3?SSGim
THE "CLEVELAND" f'Rst in quality.
Don't let an off hand, easy going reverie of recklessness iroint an titter dismrard of
business urinri les and rau.se you to telelione join Imtflirr r your wife's uiillinnr to
"seiiil tip a bicjcia.-' I5ettr buy of someone yho knows a little niore iu regard to vvlnU
the wheels he cells are made of, and how they are made.
We do not claim to Jinow anything nbout dry gonrts, but we can tell yon what a
bicyle is worth, without looking at the name plate, or the maker's advertisement. If you
buy your wheel of us. you w ill be satisfied.
WE SELL ON THE IXSTAL1.MEXT I'LAV. and hnre wheels at $45, 55, $05,
$75 and S100, as you like, and they are all worth what we sell tliem for.
M. O. Grlswold & Co., 1510 Second Ave.
SPECIAL SALE t
. . Of Capes, Suits. Skirts and Silk Waistsl
this week. F
1.000 bunches Sarins Roses, all
Children's school lists, 15c.
ii4 West Second street
BEE G. HIVE
look right, wear right. If
there is any complaint you
know where to find DORN.
Remember it takes a practi-
'cal cutter to measure you
for a good fitting suit. Dora
is the man and 1822 Second
avenue is the number. .
Goods and Prices
Electro-Gold String Pianos
on account of Merit. Wherever
. . . . ... .
tney nave invariably received
Former price ll M(io ODfs Vt1 Wlf re f
No" S CO UU &OJ hu
rormer price 10 M SW 7") SOI IMF
'"o 7 (Ml S W 4 "J S0 IHib
rormer price ton IH in) IN
Now i 4H ltd fw ji
Ttta larert ar-ortmrnl id tb eltr at the kvnl
pricta. Shirt Waiat ecu. 10c, Ar. tic.
OIUBlp.SSe, H5c,t., Tic; leather Bella. S5c,
HAc. 4ijc Cue. tfsc.
We guarantee a aavlngof 10c to K of
All the e-wct ahapfa and hecmlcp'r atylea fa
cl'iut Mliliaery at modonte cu,u Special tale
Ihia we.k: .
t SO Ilata aold evervwhere at.. 10 m tor S SO
SOUUaiaanldevcrrwticreac.. udurnr HI
6 CO Hala aold everyahare at.. T VI for S M
4 Oil Hata aold enryarbara at . SWfor ITS
5 U0HaiaioldetcrrBreat.. 4a0tor lit
shades, 25c, worth 50e.