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rutt'sbed DJ1 aa Waek'y at UH Steond
Areaaa, Boca Islaad, 111. Ilttradat tkSPOSV
effles m srecad-c'afe asatter.1
J. W. POTTXB
TIKMS-Dally. 10 lattpwtwk. Wstaly,
1 t.00 par asiata; la adTaace Si. JO.
All coausaa'cstloae of polhleal or artuaientw
I re iktiMir, nettles! or religious, mast havw
rsal aame atiachtd for pafcUeattoa, Bo nek
article alll be prlatel otr SUIUoue slftatares.
C iresgondtBee solicited front mrj towuhlp
la Bock bland etenty.
TcEso.tr, 11 ARCH 8, 1897.
Dtaaaamtia Oaioaoao mm Coaaaatlon.
The democrat la rotors of tbe city of Rock
Island are requested to meet in their respec
tive warda Monday evening, March I, at 7:30
to nominate one candidate la each ward
for alderman, and to elect three members of
the eltjr committee, and to choose delegate
to the elty-towahip convention. The caucuses
win be held la the respective wards as follows:
First waid... Franklin Hose House
heeondward Krone Shoe Shop
Third ward Supervisors' Room
Fourth ward Krlck Livery
. . Pearson s Restaurant . STm Fit t "h A venue
Seventh waid Old So. 1 School Building
Each ward Is entitled to delegates as fol
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Delegates elected in their respective wards
wui BssemDie at Turner hall Wednesday even
ing, March S, at 8 o'clock to nominate
one Mayor for two years, one City Clerk for
two yearn, one City Attorney for two years,
. one City Treasurer for two yearn, one. Police
Magistrate for four years, two Assistant Su-
; pervtsors for two years, one Assessor, for one
year, one Collector for one year, two Justices
of the Peace for four years, three Constables
ior tour years.
Wiijjam Hoerr, Chairman.
Tonight we will find who is who
in Kock Island republican politics
.Tomorrow yon will be unable to
count the soreheads,
jni Illinois legislature voUd
against the spirit of adjournment to
attcDu toe inaugural ceremonies.
bat there is no legislature in session
just the same. The boys went any
w w ...
1UE Union aid not inuk ahntr .
whisper on the local political sitca-
IIam . k I I . .
tuurniD lor tear mat it
might attract attention to what is
going on on the dead quiet to bust
In Work-logmen's hotel, which
IL. O 1 . 1 . .
osusHou Army nas opened in
Boston, charges 6. 10 and 16 cents
for lodging. 3 cents for supper. 6 for
ufcasiBBi, aou o lor dinner, a bath
is free, but not obligatory. The
home will contain 100 beds.
The New York World says the
worsted and woolen mills of Rhode
island continue to fire an in increaa
log numbers. They are conrerting
all tbe free wool they ean get their
nana on into woolens to ba held and
soia later on at Dingle prices.
Tnt Cosmopolitan Magazice has
m - - . rii iv .
jus nui tfuunu uswinorne to India,
at risk of life, and expense eolot:
lauunaui, n iiu me world to
ois grapnto style, what the great
aiums am, piagae, costing so man
'""i renwj means.
Alds. Kenhedt and Nelson have
snaaemy found themselves big.
ger men politically than they
imagined they were. There Is
no man on earth who swells
up like the one to whom over
tores are made in politics. It was
aiiucuit to imagine which of the two
up town politicians was the more
toe wnoie thing last night.
The new ballot law which is before
the Kansas legislature provides that
a petition for a place on the official
dbiioi must nave the signature of at
least 2,500 voters. At present only
vv Bi icuireu on such
B Petition. The chan
the result of freezing out the small
iim piui untu iney gather
strength enough to effect the result
, U HV HiVIV UCILITQ WSJ.
SlBCB the tirat daw of Dnnimk..
1896, tbe county clerk of Sangamon
county nas pata ior 19,697 English
sparrow heads killed by boys. It
took an even 393.91 to pay for these
heads under tbe present sparrow
law. The practice of shooting these
oiras Became so threatening that
ioiei ox ronce Moloney issued an
order prohibiting any gun or revol
ver from being fired within the city
limits. It is an expensive as well as
b cruel and dangerous way of dis
posing of the pest.
Lieut. Gov. William a. North
cott is governor de facto of the state
of Illinois, although ha does aot yet
rraiiae it. ana urn wui continue to be
for nine days. Juit as soon as Gov.
Tanner crossed the Illinois line on
bis way to Washington Lieut. Gov.
Northcott became governor. Should
Gov. Northcott leave the state Presi
dent Pro Tern Fisher, of the senate,
would be governor. After him
Speaker Car tit, then Secretary of
Stat Koee. It is not probable that
Gov. Northcott will assume charge
of the state, unless some unforeseen
natters should arise.
EtbaontM tot Tbb Aiatrs.
The Baste aan ataaejeVoS fta Health,
George W. Hervey, editor of tbe
Weekly Omaha World-Herald, is a
perfect picture of health, and looks
more like the Harvey of other days.
To see him now, one can hardly be
lieve that ha has been such a
great sufferer. Ha writes of his
failing health and recovery, in his
characteristic way as follows:
"For several years I was troubled
with indigestion so severe as to
make it impossible to take more than
two meals a day without intense suf
fering. I grew worse gradually un
til July, 1895, 1 was suddenly at
tacked with inoreased pain and sore,
ness over the pit of my stomach at d
aharp pains in my right side, which
rapidly increased until I could
scarcely get my breath. A physician
was called for immediate relief and
hypodermic injections of mor
phine were resorted to for re
lief. I was able to be out in
about a week, but had a second
attack the following August, more
intense than before. I was reduced
from 156 to 134 pounds in nine davs
and left wholly unable to take any
nourishment. I lived on lime water
and a very little milk for several
dais after. For one vear I e.nrtiaA
morphine pellets in my pockets for
an emergency. All this time my
stomach was sore and very sensitive.
I discovered that what would agree
with my stomach this week would
probably not next week, and that I
was getting nearer and nearer to a
final collapse. I consulted three of
the beet physicians in the state and
two agreed fully as to my ailment,
but failed to give me relief. Havirg
utterly failed to obtain relief, 1
finally made arrangements to go to
Chicago to be treated, when my little
boy chanced to get a sample package
of Dr. Kay 'a i Renovator, . which
, , . .
iie orougnt to me. 1 was in
duced to try it, not having th
least faith in its virtues. I
thought the sample relieved me and
I purchased a 25 cent box. Before
it was all used I had art ImnrnvAH
that I was taking three meals a day.
wuivn i naa not aone lor years. I
then used one package of the large
Dr. Kay's Renovator and one more
of the small size. It is eight montb s
aiBw i commencea using Dr. Kay s
ncugvaur. ana l nnm him nt
symptoms whatever of my old trcu
a nave recommended it to
manv Of mv frienda fnr
trouble and I think all have reported
reuei." George w. uervev, Omaha.
Neb . Feb. 17. 1897. fie. k.'. r..
ovator is sold by druggists or sent
uy man ior zo cents and f 1. Book
let free. Dr. B. J. Kav MpH !m1 rvi
TBnnera' btnke as imcago.
Chlraaro. Marrh 9 TKa v.
--. . ,c m., tan
neries which have been Idle for the past
two weeks as a result of a strike and
lockout of tanners and curriers opened
tneir doors yesterday as an Initial atei
In the direction of submitting the m,,
ble to the state hoard nf nrKitntinn fn.
adjustment. Most of the men returned
to their old places. The move on the
part or the men was not unanimous
and the disagreement among them re
sulted In several disturbances, none of
wmcn resulted seriously.
Illinois Party Leader Dying.
Qulncy. Ills.. March 2.
W. Wells, chairman of the Democratic
caucus ana steering committee, and a
leader of his Dartv at Snrlntrfloiri t
Ing at his home here of liver complaint
TVInoH Legislature In s Trance.
Springfield. Ills.. March z. Th hm.u
and senate held oerfunetorv
yesterday, and adjournment was taken
to tomorrow. Mo business was tran
sacted. Taw Oflausii Kaaaady.
Sir. R. B. Greeve.
Chilhowle, Ta.. certifies that ha hd
consumption, was given up to die.
sougni ail medical treatment that
money could procure, tried all nnnoh
remedies that he could hear of. bat
got no relief; spent many nights Bit-
tine up in a chair: waa indnnaii tr.
try Dr. King's New Discorerv. and
was cured by the use of two bottles.
For Past threa vuri Um Iwu.
tending to business, and says Dr.
King's New Discovery is tbe grand
est remedy ever made, as it has done
BO much for him anil ml mm fn
in his community. Dr. King's New
Discovery is guaranteed for Coughs,
Colds and Conanmntinn It- rlnn't
tail. Trial bottles f at ht-i a
Ullemeyer'a drug store.
Cascareta Candv Ratharti h.
most WOnderfnl madlnal law.v...
- I B.B . U. VB.
the age, pleasant and refreshing to
" , ' "J Kontl7 ana positively
on the bowels, cleansing the entire
SVBtem. dianal K.nMa
- ' ST "V HVaUWUfJ,
lever, habitaftl oonetipatloa and bil-
lAllait.. a . .
. J! riemsw ouy ana irv a box
Of C. C. n. toitaw- in I tn
Sold and guaranteed to cure by all
Just trv a 10 tMnt how nf r"..
the finest'liver and bowel regulator
v v I1IBUP.
i ChOA, aha cried Cor Caatorts,
Wleai aha hast QJUnm, ahestB.
Children Crv for
Children Cry for
THIS AKQUO, TUESDAY, MAPCH 2 1C07.
If you have, you probably need a
reliable medicine like Foley's Honey
and Tar to heal your lungs and atop
the racking cough incidental to this
disease. Sold by M. F. Bahnsen.
TITANTED A GIRL FOB GENERAL
uuukwuii ai sit Bixteentn straes.
WAKTED A HOUSEKEEPER. SMALL
family. Inquire at ftrs Twenty-orst
street between C and 9 p. m.
WANTED WASHING AND IRONING TO
do at home. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Call at 318 Fourteenth street.
WANTED BY LADY. POSITION A8
. bookkeeper or cashier: have had exper
ience: ean aire good reference. Addresa "Y,"
care Abgus office.
WANTED LADY OR GENTLEMAN TO
represent a well established house. Sal
ary SSO per month. Address W J. Taylor, 310
Fifteenth street, or call alter 6:30 p. m.
WANTED TO LOAN HONEY ON DIA
monds, watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc. Highest cash prices
?aid for second hand goods of all kinds also,
he above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions strictly
eonndenttaL His new number and location,
1 19 Eighteenth street. Don't forget i. J. W.
FOR RENT A LARGE FRONT ROOM FTR
nished opposite court house. Inquire
1414 Third avenue.
TjVJR REST STEAM HE4.TED FLAT OF
-a. 5 rooms with modern Improvements and
gas stove. Fourth avenue and Twenty-third
street. Inquire of M. J. Murphy.
TjVJR RENT TWO NICELY FURNISHED
A- rooms, centrally located, hot water heat,
gas, access to bath, suitable for two persons
who oould come as room mates: with or with
out board. Address "A E C" care Abgus.
TjOR SALE A
HOTEL BY GORDON &
XjlOR SALE FARMS. TWENTY-FIVE IN
-L Rock Island countv, HO to 40 sores.
Also numerous small tracts suitable for gar
dening. Western and southern lands. Gordon
& Bowman. Rock Island.
"CTOrND-A CRAY HORSE A WEEK AGO.
A o ner can have same by culling at Theo
dore Holdorf a home in Sears and paying ex
$T A DAY MADE EASILY BY AGENTS
advertising ni:r frtYnriai V. taltptn..
quired. Write to us. We do tbe rest. Crown
Supply company, 415 Dearborn street, Chicago.
Clock Cleaiig Tine
Is here and you will want
that timepieoe cleaned and
pat in shape so that you can
be more punctual during the
coming year. Our facilities
for handling this work are
the best. We make a special
effort to do satisfactory work
and we seldom fail.
Clocks Called for and DsIIvare
All you need to do is drop
us a postal and your clock
will be called for and re
turned lo you in good order.
Woltman, the Jeweler.
1805 Second Ave
MADE ME A MAN
7. M a - -.... vviiA a .JLj
1 i'leauws Falling
71 a V f u-'"-'" i Auusesna
w. They quickly and
a?nrlV V." . 1 UU "l "au "'
?.!? i?.1 'J"""1" ai'Ui.iisuinp.
tr taken lnlmi. TiielrUM
t.iy n.-cts a.ClKK nhere
having the g-nmn Attx Tadlst 'xtlUfc" up"3
tbnuuiKl. JnTL. ThT have romf
nuiiiM i . . IT.i'Vl ritivp wruwn
monrr. Price MmtKi psik, SniT"
(fulllmtinmu) for Siryf SfmiK to pla' n
anon reeelDt of nricn. i-irvninr nu. . r,JrlnSrioet,
AJAX REMEDY CO., n$g
wot sale m Rock Island by T. H. Thomas,
aavBoau m Fisner ana Jonn uenaaten, druggists
return cm Itxt miiwua..!. w -u. .
'fc1 v.MHitjr ami cncTay.
The famous Brain and Nerv- fVnt tuij
Agestwn, pure, rich blood, finn anBctei
brain. Drams checked forever.
$1.00 Per Bex. . Boxes, $5.00.
A aytthearr refn1
"?K,l"eyerjr S6 order. AHH.
a real jaia-rtia-ttu. t . . . -
VatMlahv t T T a
cuts, Rk laiaai m 000 "Jaa.arai
are the most fatal of all dis
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
a GUARANTEED remedy
or money refunded. Cnn.
talus remedies recognized by
all eminent physicians a th
best for Kidney and Bladder
PRICE 50e and tl.CO.
BbfM.F. Baaaaea. '
: : COMMENCING
THE Greatest Sale ever
will not be open,until'9 a.
m. And to make it an
interesting event we will
throw from'our Crockery
Department Window (sec
ond floor) at 8:45 a. m.
to the waiting public be
low many presents, such as
make this sale
. give each pur
of $1 or over a
Souvenir duriner this sale.
The larger the purchase
the better the present.
The Combination'will not
knock LusJ. out. We will
give you NEW1 and UP-TO-DATE
less than you can buy
goods, some of which
date back for 10 and 15
years. We know what
we are talking about for
we invoiced the Combi
nation stock and know
just what they have got.
Beware.-don't - be fooled,
but come-, to J where you
will get -square treatment
and everybody js met on
the same level. There is
one thing sure
WE INTEND TO
GIVE YOU BARGAINS.
THE SEASON WHT: feople
bare been waiting for some
time to buy a Bankrupt Stock.
If we should say, its no use try
ing to compete with such prices,
and put oar hands in oar pock
ets and wait, we would lose
hundreds of dollars while the
other fellows would be making
it. We propose to lose hun
dreds of dollars and at the
same time keep our clerks
busy aad hold oar trade, which
the Combination has steadily
and surely lost.
Combination Knocked Out
Attorneys at Law.
KIMS Mum a-aa wn m . . . j
J"2lfrHta'S store; uSH
- aa a mW.
JACKSOV A UTTBct
Anoraers at Iaw.
gOftojia Book Island National Bank
T. J. ROACH,
Attorney at Law.
Abstraeta. Collection Arencr.
flee orer 17W Seoood avenue.
WM. L. LCDOLPH,
Attorney at Law. .
Honey to Lose. General Laral Boat
ness. Notary Public 1706 Seoood em
nue, Buford block.
a bl soaaaar. o. i Waiaaro.
SWEENEY as WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Oflloe In Bengstoo Block.
CHARLES J. SEARLE,
Attorney at Law.
TM.al tinafaMa a -n MmJI-
- - - u v w ssvaa r is wiVUiUalf
attended to. State's Attorney of Rock
dand county. Office, MiicneUALynde
McENIRY A McENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
ifMui money on rood security; make
coueouoni. Keierenoe, Mitchell
C. L. SILVIS,
Over KreU A Math's, 1718 Beoond
DR. J. D. UNANGST.
Offlee, Koom K, Wbitaker Block,
corner Third and Brady s tree la, Darea
N. Y. DENTAL PARLORS,
US B. Third St, DaTenport
For painless fllUntr with the electric
eatapbone. Painless extracting. All
work at one-half the usual Drioea.
Guaranteed for 10 years. .
DR. CHAS. M. ROBERTSON.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Office, Whlttaker Bloek, southwest
corner of Third and Brady streets
Davenport, Iowa. Booms 17 and 18.
Hours: V to 11 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m.
W. .EWELL, M. D.
Fhyslelan and Surf con.
Office Honrs: II to IS a. m.. t to 4 d
m. and at night 14 Brady St, Day
Specialties: Dlseaaes of Reetum
Genlto-t rlnary Organs, and Disease!
of the Women. wuwaaei
DRACK A KERNS,
ArcaJteota and Superintendents.
Rjvmi 91 M(ra 11 a T . - n-.r.
i SeSndfloorT ""
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cut Flowers and Dealrns of an Kinds.
City store, WW Second avenue, Tele
phone, 1610. '
fugene J. Durno I
Real Estate k
Buy, SeQ and llanage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and tiae
tried companys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Ton Patronage la Solicited.
OSes ISSO, Seeoait Av. W
Harper House Block.
bly attained by tboae whs aaw -nTa iTil
GUARANTEE A PERFECT FIT.
Spring is almost here and our new invoices of
the proper things are now ready for inspection.
Don't delay seeing the nobby line. We have
some beauties. Call early.
DORN THE TAILOF
Health Is the Sunshine of Home. Have you got
It? If not. consult
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Of the Chicago Medical Institute FerBttceatly located 1b Davenport. Iowa
1 w f.A Y
"DR. T. M. WALSH,
ly CHaleal ft ot aw at la twsof OBIoaesi
SEBVOUS DEBILITT-Kxh.n.UT drBlBS. sleepleBaees, threate.ed Ib
CATARRH DrspeoeiB. Asthma. Rkaaaistlm. a wn. ....
I yAMgggS7?!q; mgrt Mtw
I metnodf Bydnucela cored In three daia
WOMEN Suffering from diseases pecullaTto their sex should eoasult s
ecar SUSOO to aayopa ptoylaa- eat cradan
0 ONLY CURABLE
your lost health, tw.- . - ZTZZfir- TTThSS t7h T?T - - Ll
that star-? If Eot, do aot trnrmt 'iTiZt T.V. Hare yoa waaaad
OFFICE U4 W. Third St., MoCulloufh, BuildlBw, DBTsaport, Iowa,
F1t Per Cent Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
J It Buford. Presldsat
iobm Orahaaak. Vtca Praaidaaa.
Z7ot7 Piotaro EIoTiIdlnrja Jaot in.
n a y
- WW ALL
Adams Wall Papor Qo
The lowest prices for the quality In all lines.
310, 312 and 314 Twentieth street
SEIVERB tz A17DERBON
CONTRACTORS azd BUILDERS.
AT THE TOP
Our businen of making to
measure clothes has constant
ly increased.. It's a case of
the SurrlTal of the Fittest.
The reason of our success is
the fact that we hare un
equalled facilities for baring
wcoleniand miking clothes.
DR. T. X. WALSH,
Laa.al Okvesga, rorjasaty Bisa4avranar af
o to debility. WhT treat
- laaMia. isatalaas
with atnsra, hat
Oalslala. V. TSZU 0!?lw
CASES TAKEN o
m,mmi. aveaass to U. I Is a, f is a.
Incorporated Under the
B S Cahle,
H P Hall.
B W llurnt,
i B Buford,
Jackson ilum, Solieltora.
lobtoat Seas em shsrt i
Come and Inrestigate for Yourself.
Oa Bad Shop T71 TwbUU stowtl
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