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THE ABGUB, TOES? AY, APBH 2T, 1897.
PsbUatst Dtlly sal Wack y at ISU Bemad
Am,ioauni4lI0. Intends tbe
i ss siecad-c ass auttir.l
J. W. POTTCB
TSKbtB-D Ujr, 10 crau per WMk.
AH n nntca'Jons of pe lues' or TnPt
thre cbaracier, political or tellftoes. Butt have
real mm attacked fot poWleattoe. He such
aMele win be prla'ei om IctlUooa sfnatares.
CJirsesoadeaea solicited from trurj township
hi Sack laland esuty.
Ten oat. April 27, 1897.
Tbk latest popular suggestion ia
Come out and aee me launch an air
Thi Torki outnumber the Greeks;
to did the celestial! outnumber the
The silTer lining to the war clond
la the east, ia shown in the wheat
abb Lauisvuie commercial says
editorially ; We pay half a million
dollars a day to foreign ship owners"
and Dingley wants ns to pay more
MM ... -
oi me same una ox stun.
Skvatob "Billy" Masoic walks
over the dignity of the United States
senate and tries to effect a change of
.. I . . ..a a
raws mat win iorce anca a venera
ble body to "play ball." 3t. Louis
Women voted for the first time in
the Episoopal Ester elections last
week in the state of Minnesota. In
moat eases they availed themselves
of the privilege with zest. In one
iaatanoe 35 of thv 43 votes cast were
those of women.
vumw Aiuunua pays me unai
tribute of love and veneration to the
Ttn A ! - - ... t
remains of her foremost chieftain.
Gen. Ulysses S. Grant. The body is
thus consigned to its last earthly
tenement in a tomb which in magnif
Icence and grandeur becomes the
distinguished dead. It is the last
act of a grateful nation to the man
who preserved it and saved it, but it
ia not the last evidence of their affec
tion, for as long as the United States
endures its generations will pay
nomsge, even unto ine ena oi time
Tbe grain dealers of Illinois are
op la arms over the bills now pend
Ing at Springfield, and tbe grain re
ceivers and shippers and the Hour
and feed dealers of Chicago have
joined in a protest against them.
They are known as senate bill 313
and house bill 683, both of which
are identical in construction and in
troduced almost simultaneously
Back of these measures, it is claimed.
la the combination of public ware
housemen of Chicago prepared to
force them through the assembly. If
these measures become a law the re
anlt will be disastrous to every grain
dealer and farmer in this state, and
ia fact to all the territory tributary
to Chicago, aa it will create a mon
opoly In grain buying in Chicago and
"on track" in all the surrounding
states. To maintain this monopoly
the bill provides increased expenses
ia the inspection department and
consequently a doubling of the pros
ent fees for inspection. It virtually
destroys the institution heretofore
known as a public warehouse and
confers special privileges on the
present "elevator trust" of Chicago
which places them in a position to
drive every grain dealer in Chicago
and at country points out of the
trade. This legislation la sought for
the purpose of nullifying the recent
decision of the courts, which was
that a public warehouseman of class
A" could not deal in grain and ope
rat a pnblio warehouse at the same
Anglers, golfers and devotees of
coaching will Had features or special
interest in Outing for May. We have
ao higher authority on golf than
Price Collier, and players, old and
yonog, may profit by his tlm.lv sue
ffoatlona. A. II. God f rev rives the
latest wrinkles in "Driving Foor-in
Hand." while the angling depart
meat contains "A Woman's Trout
Fishing in Yellowstone Park," by
Mary Trowbridge Townsend. and
Twa Days' Tront Fishing," by Ed
W. Hand vs. Other natable features
of aa excellent numbor include
The Davelopment of the American
Foxhound," by Allen Chamberlain
"Athletto Training," by Randolph
Fanes. M. D.; "The waterways
Holland." by Charles Tarner
Across the Allezbenies Awheel,'
br J. B. Carriatrton. and "After
Australian Fnr and Feather," by
Col. J. F. Hobbs. The illustrations
are of tbe usual hi;h standard.
The May number of McClure'i
Magazine Is especially abnnd
aat and interesting in the matter of
portraits of famous people. In Mas
tratlon .of a paper by Misa Terbeli
oo the remarkable work oi u. v.
Cox ia photographic portraiture
there are truly speaking likenesses
of Donald U. Mitcneu ("it Marvel' ;
Walt whitman, Eleanora Dose,
Henry Ward Bcecher, and others
- aad a aeries of portraits of Daniel
Webster exhibit that most augnst
aad impressive of great men at close
Intervals from middle life to the
vear of hit death. Some of the Web
ater portraits have never before been
published; and all have interesting
histories, which are aet forth ia notes
bj Charlea Henry Hart.
xne story of the pursuit, capture
and death of J. Wilkes Booth, the
assassin of Lincoln, has been told a
number of times and in several
ways; bnt McClure's Magazine for
May will give a version of it which
promises to be the first really full
and accurate one. It ia written by
a relative of Col. Baker and Lient.
Baker, the detectives who organized
and led the pursuit, effected the cap
ture, and disposed of Booth's body
alter bis deatb; and it embodies their
account, never before published, of
all these transactions. The article
will be fully illustrated.
me complete novel in me May is
sue of Llppincott's is Jason Oil-
dreth's Iaentitv." It is a story of
nnnsual originality and power, turn
ing on an incident which has had
precedents in real life, the loss of
memory ana personal identity : but
the plot is so deeply and skillfully
laid tnat tbe last pages will come as
a surprise to almost every reader.
There are other entertaining serials.
The poetry of the number is by Har
rison s. Morris and Clarence Urmr
In thp ISatc Hull Arena.
Chkapo, April 27. Tester Jay's League
hasp 1w.ll gcorrs were: At Cincinnati
Cleveland 3. Cincinnati 6; ct Phlladcl-
Iihla Eoptcn 8. Phlladrlihla 8 dark-
mf; at Lnuisville I'ittlure; 3, Louis.
Vllle 3 darkneps; at Halt! more Iiruok
lyn 4. Haltimore 3: at St. I-ouis Chica
go 9. Ft. Ixmls 2: at New York Wash-
li Rton 3. New York 3 wind.
"MtPrn League: At Kan.as City
Alinnncapolis 1. Kansan City 3; at Mil
waukee St. I'aul 5, Milwaukee 12: at
1 n U! a napol is Detroit 1. Indianapolis 8
at Columbus Grand Ilaplds 10, Colunv
Ore-Trimmer.' Wagps KnlutnL
Cleveland. April 27. A committee of
the I.ake Carriers' association met yes
terdajr and decided to reduce the price
for trimming iron ore cargoes at Ks
ranaba from 3 to 2 cents per ton. To
prevent trouble the mayor of Escanaba
has a (treed to take entire charge of the
trimmers, hiring and disc-harping them.
Send your address to H. E. Buck
lin at Co., Chicago, and get a free
sample box of Dr. King's New Lifo
rills. A trial will convince you of
their merits. Theso pills are easy in
action and are particularly effective
in the euro of constipation and sick
headache. For malaria and liver
troubles they have teen proved in-
vaiuaoie. x ney are guaranteed to be
perfectly free from every deleterious
suustance ana to oe purely vegetable.
iney ao not weaken by their action
but by giving tone to stomach and
bowels greatly invigorate the sys
tem, ueguiar size zo cents per box.
Sold by Harts & Ullemevcr. drutr
Rbeomatlam Cured In a Day.
"Mystic Cure" for rheumatism
ana neuralgia radically cures in one
to three days. Its action upon the
system is remarkable and mysterious
it removes at once the cause, and the
disease immediately disappears. The
nrsi aose greatly benefits. 3 cents
Sold by Otto Grotian, 1501 Second
avenue, druggist. Rock Island; Gust
bohlegel & Son, West Second street,
A Household Neeaealty.
Cascarets Candy Cathartic the
most wonderful medical discovery of
the age, pleasant and refreshing to
the taste, act gently and positively
on the bowels, cleansing the entire
system, aispoi colas, cure Headache
fever, habitual constipation and bil
iousness. Please buy and try a bo
oi u. u. U. today; 10, 25, 60 cents.
Sold and guaranteed to cure by all
rueel Pueet rilee.
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
will cure blind, bleeding, ulcers tod
and itching piles. It absorbs the
tumors, allays the itching at once
acts as a poultioe, giving instant re
lief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint
ment is prepared only for piles
ana ucning oi tne private parts, and
noining else, fever? box ia cuaran
teed. Sold by druggists or sent bv
. ft . tn - -- i a . .
mu iui ou conn ana ft per DOX.
Williams M'r'o. Co., Props., Clove
land, Ohio. For sale by all drug
Deal Toaeeee saw nd smoke Too Life
ii yon wans to quit tobacco using
easily ana lorever, oe made well,
strong, magnetic fall of new life and
vigor, take No-To-Bac, the wonder
worker that makes weak men strong.
Many gaia ten pounds in ten days.
Over 400,000 cured. Buy No-To-Bac
from your own druggist, who will
guarantee a cure. Booklets and sam
ples mailed free. Addres Sterling
Remedy company, Chicago or New
Cascarets stimulate liver, kidneys
and bowels Never aicken. weaken
or gripe; mwu
For Infanta and Children.
GIRLS IN STORES,
offices, or factories, are peculiarly
liable to female diseases, especially
those who are constantly on their feet.
Often they are unable to perform their
duties, their suffering is so intense.
M hen the first
themselves, such aa
backache, pains in
should at once
Lynn, Mass., 6tating symptoms; she
will tell them exactly what to do, ana
in the meantime they will find prompt
relief in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound, which can be obtained
from any druggist.
" Mr Deab Mrs. Ptskham : I am so
grateful to you for what your Com
pound has done for me. For four years
suffered such pains from ovarian
trouble, which caused dreadful weak
ness of the limbs, tenderness and burn
ing pain in the groins, pain when
standing or walking, and increased
pain during menstruation, headache
and leucorrhoea. I weighed only 03
pounds, and was advised to use your
Vegetable Compound, whKh 1 did. I
felt the benefit bofore I had taken all
of one bottle. 1 continued using it,
and it has entirely cured me. I haro
not been troubled with leucorrhoea for
months, atii now I weigh 115 pounds."
Lii.t.ie IIartsos, Flushing, Genesee
Co., Michigan. Box 09.
SHOT HIS C !ILD AND r1IVIS.F.
Dlabolieul Drrd i;f a Worthier. flu&liancl
find Karri Drinker.
New York, April 27. Isidore Weber
shot his 4-ycar-oId daughter J.jsie yes
terday, killing her, and then killed him
self with the same weapon, falling dep.d
beside his child. Weber was a hard
drinker. He came frcr.-. Tennessee and
six years ago married Lena Huebner in
Jle used his wire 111, and she was
obliged to turn him out of doors. Yes
terday he returned, &r.d finding Josie
about to start for school offered to ac
company her there. Her grandmother
consented. As they left the house
Weber drew his pistol and committed
the murder and suicide.
M'efttern Fafteni;er Agreement.
Chicago, April 27. A meeting of the
executive committee of the Western
Pasenger association was held yester
day for the purpose of attending to bus-
Iness Incidental to putting Into opera
tion the new association agreement.
The agreement became binding upon its
signers yesterday, and a circular letter
was issued to all roads which have not
yet become members urging them to
sign the agreement without delay.
WANTED A GOOD KITCHEN GIRL
restaurant. Sum Fifth avenue.
1TTANTED BOARDF.RS AND ROOMERS
IT privilege of bath. Inquire at 1406 Third
WANTED TO TRADE A
ln horse for a bicycle.
Address F. W.
S., Arucs office.
AVTANTED RELIABLE MAN. PERM A.
TV nent position. Stamp and references.
A. r. Morris, care wis paper.
TTTAN TED BOARD AND ROOM BY
t t joung man, witn privilege or bain. Cen
tral location, inquire abgus omce.
WANTED LADIES TO TRY A REMEDY
that will positively cure all female dis
eases, A cure for H. We guarantee a cure
or money refunded. For fuU particulars call
on Mrs. Hathaway, southwest corcer of 11th
St., ana sin ave.
WANTED AGENTS: EXCEPTIONAL Op
portunity; old established, h'eh rated
factory changing; selling methods oilers free
sample. protected icrouoci.to pushing salesmen
several earning tlOO monthly. Leather, P. O.
ui, new iorK.
r ANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
VT monds. watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical instruments, blcvcles. clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc. Highest cash prices
pBia ror second nana gooas oi au mnas also.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. AU basiness transactions strictly
uuuuucxihHu. ms dqw nimuer ana location,
i iv Eignteentn street, uoo t lorgct it. J. w
WANTED AGENTS FOR "WAR IN
Cuba," by Senor Quesada. Cuban rep
resentative at Washington. Endorsed by Cu
ban patriots: In treraeodousdemand: a bonanza
for agents: only 1 1 .SO: big book: big commis
sion. Kverybody wants the only endorsed,
reliable book: outilts free: credit given; freight
paid. Irop all trash and make tMO a month
wun - war in uuba. ' Address today, the N
tional Book Concern, 3i:-S Dearborn street,
TTIOR RENT A GOOD STORE IN A GOOD
location. Address "A B' A aces office.
T7IOR RENT THE CLUB SALOON PROP--t-
erty on Eighteenth street: first class loca
tion, inquire of Looney A Kelly.
TpOR SALE TWO HOTELS.
COR SALE CHEAP FURNTTCRE OF
-A- 6-room cottatre. all modern and nearly
new: owner will take payment in board, cash
or tune: cottage located within 10 minutes
wane irom new court house, aad rents for
Address J.. 11. AHorsofflce.
sale two choice Brn.nrNR
lots in Schneil addiuon. one. Mimheut
corner i wenty-second street and Ninth ave
nue, the other southeast corner Twenty-third
street aad Ninth avenue. Will sell on easy
i-nu arm time to suit nuyer. Address T.
Halpln. 5u North Main street, St. Louis, Mo.
I UT K SCOTCH TERRIER. FINDER
ill ttleae return to Heinie'K
$ A DAY MADE EASILY BY AGENTS
J advertising our goods. No talking re
aolred. Write tons. WcdatlwiMt.
Supply company, ui Dear bora street, Chicago.
173S SECOND AVE
We invite comparison and are con
fident that if you will give .us a
few minutes of your valuable time
to carefully go overj'these items
quoted balow, or better still If you
visit our store we will endeavor to
make yoni visit both enjoyable and
profitable. You need not expect to
buy come anyway, for we show
our goods gUdly and are poiitlve
with our cash prices. We are con
fident that quality and prices will
sntely make you acostoiner of ours,
if not now, in the future, surely.
We have just opened a big line of
the newest and ewelleet and most ex
clusive Shirt Waists to be seen in
this vicinity, in batiste, lawn, dimi
ties and every wash laoric ana every
color and shade and perfect fitting,
ranging in price from S9o, 49c, 68c,
7oc, 880, see ana np.
Made as only an expert can make
them. We show over 50 stylos, and
evervone man-tailored ana proper.
Slit lined, tans, novelties, cnecss,
clav worsted, with and without vel
vet collars. Bange in price fz.sra.
3 95, 14.50. 15.50, 16.75 and $9.95
We displav a magnificent line of
ladies1 suits ranging in price from
16.50 to 118, that nsnallv sell and
would cost to make from f 10 to $25.
Oil Cloth Splashers.
The latest novelty, hand painted
in oil colors in our store. Thev can
be famished in anv design you wish
in flowers, scenery, etc. ceauti
ful and artistic; prices within the
reach of all, only 25c, S5o and 50c.
Onr local artists charge $2.50 for the
Just received direct from the fac
tory a large assortment of ladies' gilt
aad silver girdles, fancy filigree de
signs, witn colored stone settings,
worth $1.50, our price only 88c,
others at 25c, 29c and 39c, worth
This is the most interesting de
partment at mis season or tbe year.
Your pantry needs replenishing and
we have everything suitable to fill
your wants in that line tinware.
wooden ware, granite iron ware; also
for house cleaning, Heath & Milligan
celebrated house paints, floor paints,
wall paints and wood stains at lowest
prices. We also carry a full line of
step ladders, wall paper cleaners,
brushes, carpet beaters, chair seats,
tacks and bammers, II ior oil oloth.
aoor mats, baby carriages and win
aow curtains as lowest possible
FINE IMITATION CUT GLAS3.
we are now displaying the finest
thing in imitation of real cat glass
that has ever been produced. The
deep heavy pattern and bright side
eitect makes it hard to detect from
me real cut. we have these goods
a ""go BBBorimeni oi snapes.
Baca, meaium ana large,) cream
ers, spooners, covered batters, sug
ars, salads, etc. We also have the
above line finished in gold, and there
is not a more suitable thing for a
gift than a piece1 of this glassware.
Do not fail to see these goods and
get onr prices.
SPECIAL Opal stamp plates, 7
inch, as 5c each.
Opal stamp platef, 10-inch, at 10c
Get stamp plates at 10c each.
THE BEST, BIGGEST AND
YOUI & lie
iMoCASKSm a. McCASKRIN,
Attorneys at Law.
Roek Island and Milan. Rvk t.i. I
SS2 Z:?" ore;
JACKSON e. HUKST,
Attorneys at Law.
Offle .m Bock island National Bank i
J. J. BOACU.
Attorney at Law.
...n.!., wiicuhiua m KOQCT. of.
i nee over 1707 Second avenue.
WE L. LUDOLPH,
Attorney at Law.
Money to Loan. General Legal Baal-1
f''f"0- 1706 Second ave-1
. n. BWSOTT. a L. WALK IB.
SWEENEY ft WALKEB,
Attorneys and Councellors at Law.
Office in Bengston Block,
CHARLES J. SEARLE,
Attorney at Law.
.ZcSU'lutasa ot n kind promptly
attended to. State's Attorney of Rock
glwrtleounty. Office, MitobeUA Lynde
McENIRT A McENIRT,
Attorneys at Law.
, collections. Reference, Mitchell ft i
TiVnilA HosalvaK. BkHA -m.m j. . ,a .
. ujuua iJUUUillg.
C. L. SILVIS,
Over Krell ft Math's, 1 Second ave-1
DR. J, D. UN ANGST.
f" niUMWCT owes, A
i N. T. DENTAL PARLORS.
i 115 E. Third St., Davenport. S
I For painless Oiling with the electric Z
' catannone. PainlsM vtrmj,tfn a n V
work at one-half the usual prices. 9
Guaranteed for 10 years. 0
i DR. CHAS. M. ROBERTSON. 3
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
corner of Third and Brady streets, i?
ivenpoir, towa. tcooma 17 and 18.
noura: v to u a. m., t to 4 p. m.
DRACK ft KERNS,
Architects and Soperlnteadenta.
n Room 2, Mitchell Si Lynde BoUdlnc.
Q Second floor.
1 HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
2 Chlpplannock Nursery.
g Cut Flowers and Deslgiis of all Kinds
2 City store, 1907 Second avenue. Tele-
0 pnone, idiu.
jjj PUBLIC ACCOCNTAHT.
2 J. C. GRABBE,
J Public Accountant and Auditor.
2 514 Western Ave. Davenport, Iowa, ta
ugeno J. Burns
Real Estate fc
Bey, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried, company repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
font Patronage ts Fo!' cited.
OSoe 1830, Second At.
Harper House Block.
A Handsome ComDtarinn
is one of the greatest charms a wocoaa can
VoaaeaS- POZSOJII'S COMTUZHM tVwssja
Ja. w Ti -
Spring is almost here and onr new Invoices of
the proper thiogs are now ready for inspection.
Don't delay seeing the nobby line. We have
some beauties. Call early.
DORN THE TAILOR
Under the Harper.
IQhicago medical institute
DAVENPORT, t a
Onr Klectrle Ifschlne for tbe treatmenl of Nervous
Diseases, Bhenmatlsm, and X Bay Work,
NERVOUS DEBILITY Exhaustive drains, sleeplessaeia, taraateacd la
sanity, weak lassary. aasatal lstlnw. ot aay eshat osadirtoa sae la aateaas sssiam
CATARRH Djspepala, Asthma, Bhenmatlsm, Bcrofala, 87 phi Us, Blood.
Kidney, Llvw and Baa Uiissis saaae talafc't aad pamaaiatli cats ay eat ml si
tern ot nedleiiM.
VARICOCELE Is the most mUtc eanse of aerrooi debilitr. Why treat
airtnitu Trltti ntlms nl ws isaisnmyra s porsi ant one Is set aa easa at eav aalals n
method? Hydrocele cued la three days-oo pain.
WOMEN Suffering from dlseasea peculiar to their aez ahonld consult ws?
We bars cared many casasfjveBap as hopeliiam, sad we assy be able as care yea, aaicteat
operations perforagd at your bois U desired. Ahdaitnal sad btsla smrfry a apacsal
FACIAL BLEMISHES Soperfluous hair removed.
0 ONLY CURABLE CASES TIKES 0
eaU, wrllB. Hi
11J6 to IK), Best of references and crsdentlaia.
DR. J. E. 17ALSC3,
OFFICE 134 W. Third St, MoCnlloogh. Bolldlaf , Dartaport. laws.
could be no more popular.
Illustrated " Yellow Fellow Year Book," giving fuller details and
showing the various '97 models, may be had for the asking.
Finished in full orange (The Yellow Fellow) or black, at your
The price is $150, but it always pays in the end to have the best
E. C. STEARNS & CO. ,
Syracuse, N. Y., Buffalo. N Y..
Toronto, Ont. San Francisco, Cal.
C. A. SPENCER. Agent, Rock Island.
Five Per Cent Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
3 at Baford, Present.
John Orabaan. Vire Prsridsat.
t Oreeaawa.t, Oasbier.
Befaa bnsaess J air a. IStO. ard oeenpy 1
S. I. coz. HI caeD a LyaSt's sew taUdisg.
SILVERS & ANDERSON.
CONTRACTORS act BUILDERS.
All kinls of earpta'. cr
OFFICE A2SD SHOP
AT THE TOP
Our business of making to
measure clothes has constant
ly Increased. It's a case of
the Survival of the Fittest.
The reason of our success b
the fact that we have un
equalled facilities for buying
woolens and making clothes.
Chronic, Nervous and
of both sexes.
aysMO. tnmt ts H.I a a, t as a.
Stearns tandem excites envy
wherever it appears. It looks so grace
ful, runs so smoothly, without a sign of
effort on the part of its riders, that one
cannot but wish to exchange places with
Tandem riding is becoming more
popular every day; the Stearns tandem
Incorporated Under tho
B B Cable.
1 m Bufor,
B r Ball.
facer job Hra m e m ebor a idee
w satsbctse ciaraatata .
721 TWELFTH STREET.