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THB AltauaTHUBRDAY, JPNC 24. 1G07.
Nebraska apwoorlated itlOO.000:
AN OPEN LETTER.
oongress 1 200,000. The eite em.
Mir aas Weekly ism
braeea nearly 200 acres. Work ol
T ANTED SrTTATION BT COMPETENT
v v girl to do general housawork. Call at
Iri t, nniilml at tee
preparation la in pxoneaa. Con.
"What Mrs, X. H. Breaeio Bays to
a traction of boildiozs -will be bsm
.toon. Tae exposition will open Jane
WANTED STABLEMAN: STEADY
yeuBaa witbsood lafereacea. Ad-
I. W. Poms
TBBMB-Pauy. IS sea U par weak. Weekly,
11 1 nlialliiM of po tMaler aiiatsnta
tort eaaraeUr, political or MliHoM,sns ve
mImm attacks foe pnalUattaa. o each
article M be printed ovwr Bctltloos ricMtarw.
Omraapeaainei seHorted Ma every
la Mock Island eoaaty.
Tbcbsdat, Jckb 23. 1897.
Qi-iiK Vic has. Indeed, had a
royal time this week.
Tbi administration may again ask
-what is the matter with Hanna?"
Slirci the beginning of this cen.
tnry no lese than 62 volcanic islands
hare risen ont of the sea. Nineteen
of that number hare since disap
peared, and 10 are now inhabited.
Alixandeb McIlbot, who died
the other day at his home in Phila
delphia, was a delegate to the na
tlonal whig conTeniion that nomi
nated Gen. William Henry Harrison.
The Chicago Jonrnal gets back in
this fashion: "The Tribune heads
an article on the jubilee, Millions
Seized with Delirium.' Having
tasted Scotch and Irish whisky, we
The Peoria Journal is ironical
enough to suggest that Gen. Nelson
A. lilies doubtless imagines that the
fnas and feathers characteristic of
the world's metropolis at this time, is
ail on his account.
Tbckk is a three-cornered fight
over the Illinois patronage between
Senators Cnllom and Mason and Got.
Tanner. There are three machines
and they are all creaking badly.
The New Tork Journal gives what
purports to be a message from Queen
til in regard to ;her protest against
the annexation of Hawaii. In this
message she asserts that only 1,600
people of Hawaii are in favor of the
preposition of annexation, and that
the remainder of the 100,000 people
la theee islands are opposed to the
Job Sbebmab daily finds out the
more, how great are the misfortunes
apt Id be of the man who writes a
book. In hie work of personal rem
iniscences he said: "If my life Is
prolonged 1 will do all I can to add
to the etreogth and prosperity of
the United States, but nothing to
extend Its limits or add new dan
cere by acquisition of foreign terri
tory." But he said that before he
thought of the recent annexation
treaty. The United States assumes
Hawaii's indebteaness. ana Mew
Xngiand money lenders own her
bonds. They will hare a better
chance of getting their principal and
interest u uncie earn guarantees
Wkat lUlaola WU1 De at Omlhk
The bill passed by the Illinois lee
lslature, appropriating $46,000 for a
state buiiaing ana exhibit at the
Trans-Mississippi exposition at Oma
ha, was approvea by uov. Tanner,
By the terms of this law the gov,
ernor is authorised to appoint i
commission, to be known as the Illi
nois Trans-Mississippi and Interna'
tlonal Exposition oommisslon, whioh
hall oonsist of 20 members and
shall have power to de7lse aud exe
cute plans for the display of exhib
its from Illinois whioh may, in the
opinion of the commission, be ad
visable; to secure, encourage and as
sist exhibitors to make exhibits,
The commission shall have general
direction of all mattera oonneoted
with these exhibits. Members of
the commission are to serve without
compensation, but necessary ex
penses not exceeding in the aggre
gate id.oou. win be paid by toe state.
At the elose of us service the com
mission must make a detailed report
to the governor covering all transac
tions and disbursements. Got. Tan
ner will appoint the commission
within few weeks. Naturally. Illi
nois is taking a greater interact in
the exposition of 1898 than any oth
er state save Nebraska. Nearly i
million dollars is la sight for the
Dig lair. Architects are bow plan'
alng the main buildings, whioh will
ooet over 1800.000. The color scheme
partakes of the Pompeiian order,
I SYSTEM CF KCSr.Lr I
! Lr.--.rt CxSMSi 1
I ( BJ."u.-!' Un. Slum . M taali
In spite of the inherent capacity for
treachery and deceit we are accustomed
to associate with the natives of India,
one comes acnosstwondertial and touch
ing evidences of loyalty t and devotion.
Witness the devotion and faithfulness
of our Goorba regiments during the
terrible mutiny, -and tbei thrilling sto
ries of wooderfuliescapestentirely due to
the loyal ty-of personal warrants.
The following trne incidents happen
ed lately in 'Madras: Anllndian colonel
had a "boy" for 18 years. Having to
go home onifurlongb, net pensioned him
and let him return to bis family to do
nothing forthe rest of his life. Return
ing to Madras, he was informed by' a
brother officer that bis "boy" was as fit
as ever and only too amioos to return
to duty. Almost before it seemed that a
letter could have bad time to reach him
the boy" was back in his-accustomed
For two years he waited on his mas
ter as of yore, though hisbair-wa8 sil
vered and his back' bent. One day the
colonel returned from paaade and had
Us wants supplied as usual. His serv
ant on leaving him salaamed low, re
ma irking: "Should tho sahib want any
thing more and call, his faithful slave
will hear. He berry tired sleep."
When the sahib called, there was no
answer. They found him curled on his
orat." He had lain down "tired," 'Ho
vcralA never bo "tired" again. Uncom
plainingly he had followed his sahib.
Long inarches, want of food, sickness
and privation had never aroused a com
plaint. When death came, he lay down
without a murmur. London Gentle-
Lrgtalatlne; Back Hta Character.
Sam Dart-is, in discussing the subject
of Indiax's, told of the rehabilitation of
Jobnstoni Sidiw. Johnston Sides was a
chief of the Nevada Indians who made
qulto a no for himself as a temper
ance lecttavr among bis own people.
But ono difl "being- sick," he took a
drink of whi sky in the Magnolia saloon
and was observed by some wicked white
men, who straightway started the re
port in full circulation, and Mr. Sides'
reputation bado fair to be gone. But he
was an Indian of influence, and, appeal
ing to his white friends, he represented
that something must be done else he
would become antoutcast from his tribe.
He acknowledged' drinking the liquor,
but tbld tbe sick man story, giaes had
always been a fairfsortof an Indian, so,
as he pleaded and begged, two or three
good fellows in tbe legislature agreed
to di inings so inattne oouia go DacK to
his peoplo in pride, of conquest. Ac
cordingly this concurrent resolution was
'Resolved, by the legislature of tbe
state of Nevada, the governor concur
ring, That the drink of whisky taken by
Johnston Sides in tbe Magnolia saloon
July 11, 1887, be and is hereby an
Several speeches were made, and old
Sides, surrounded by a big gathering of
his tribe, sat in the lobby and beard all
with profound interest. When the fa
vorable, vote was announced, the Indi
ans set up a weird warcry, which was
understood to be applause, and, headed
by Johnston, tbe exculpated, they walk
ed out into a sunshine of great happi
ness. Chicago Record.
Or. Klasa Mow DteeoTwry (or Uonanmptloa
This is the best medicine in the
world for all forms of eonghs and
colds and for ' consumption. Every
bottle is guaranteed. It will cure
and not disappoint. It has no equal
iorwnooping eougns, astnma, nay
fever, pneumania, bronchitis, la
grippe, cold in the head and for con
sumption. It is safe for all ages,
pleasant to take, and, above all, a
sure cure. It is always well to take
Dr. King's New Life Pills in connec
tion with Dr. King's New Discovery,
as they regulate and tone the atom.
ach and bowels. We guarantee per-
iocs satisiaction or return money.
tree trial oottie at Harts t uiie-
meyer's drug store. Regular sizes
50 cents and f 1.
Bheaaatlsas Ooaatf la a Oar.
"Mystic Cure" for rheumatism
and neuralgia radioally cures in one
to three days. Its action upon the
system is remarkable ana mysteri
ous, it removes at once tne cause
and disease immediately disappears.
The first dose greatly benefits. 75
dents. Sold by Otto Grotian, 1601
Second avenue, druggist. Rock Isl
and; Guat Schlegel Son, 220 West
Second street, Davenport.
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
will rare blind, bleeding, ulcerated
and Itching piles. It absorbs the
tumor, allavs the itchinsr at once.
acts as a poaltioe, giving instant re
lief. Dr. Williams Indian Pile Oint
ment la prepared only for piles
ana itching ol the private parts, and
nothing else. Every box is guaran
tees sola ny aruggiste or sent by
men ror ou cents ana si per oox.
Williams M'r'o. Co., Props., Cleve
land, Ohio. For aale by all drug
"ttal Threw reella-
overoomee us when inferior prepara
tions are recommended by unscrupu
lus dealers as "jnst as good as Fo
loey's Honey and Tar Cough Syrup,"
whoa we know the unequalled merits
! of this great medicine. Sold by M.
F. Bahnsen and T. H. Thomas, drug-
Whoa hfUoBB or ooetive eat a Cas-
earet, eaady cathartic, euro guaran
"I feel as if I was doing an in
justice to my suffering sisters If I
did not tell what Lydia E. Pinkham
pound naa done
for me, and its
Worth to the world.
birth of my
old, I waa
half of the
vated, I fought
my bad feel
ings, until I
obliged to (Tire up. Mr
disease baffled he best doctors.
" I waa nervous, hysterical; my head
ached with such a terrible burning
sensation on the top, and felt as if a
band was drawn tightly above my
brow; inflammation of the stomach, no
appetite, nausea at the sight of food,
indigestion, constipation, bladder and
kidney troubles, palpitation of the
heart, attacks of melancholia would
occur without any provocation what
ever, numbness of the limbs, threaten
ing paralysis, and loss of memory to
auch an extent that I feared aberration
of the mind.
"A friend advised Lydia RPinkham's
Vegetable Compound, and spoke in
glowing terms of what it had done for
" I began its use and gained rapidly.
Now I am a living advertisement of its
merits. I had not used it a year when
I was the envy of the whole town,
for my rosy, dimpled, girlkJ: looks and
" I recommend it to all women. I find
a (rest advantage in being able to say,
it is by B woman's hands this great
boon is given to women. All honor to
the name of Lydia K. Pinkham ; wide
success to the Vegetable Compound.
"Tours in Health, Mas. I. E. Bass
Six, Herculaneum. Jefferson Cat, Mo."
James T- Kilbreth, collector of the
port of New York, died last nisfat at
Southampton. L. I.
Mrs, Paul Uallipcau was burned to
death - by the explosion of a kerosene
lamp at Merrill, Wis.
The -National KaenKerfest at Philadel
phia-has unanimously selected Brooklyn
as Hie next place of meeting.
Dr. Chaunrey C. Robinson, who was
one of the oldest physicians in Milwau
kee, is dead at the age of 76.
The trustees jf the Western Reserve
university have conferred the decree of
LL. D. upon President McKinley.
A 2-year-old child of William John
son, residing at Brant. Wis., was fatally
scalded by falling into a tub of boiling
A solitary bandit held up the express
messenger on a Louisville and Nash
ville train near Clarksville, Tenn.. and
obtained between $2,000 and $4,000.
During the coming fiscal year the
government will require 3.471,797,000
postage stamps of all kinds. The num
ber of I-cent stamps required is 2,500,
000,000. Harry C. Pulliam, president of the
Louisville Base Ball club, has been nom
inated for the legislature by the Demo
crats cf his legislative district in Louis
A. E. Velie. a resident of Plymouth.
Wis., committed suicide at Kiel, Wis.
The body was found at the side of the
track and there was a bullet hole In
the side of his head. He was about S3
years old. He leaves a fa mil v.
David Foutz and wile, ot Saratoga,
Wyo.. were expelled from the Dunkard
church because his coat and vest were
not cut just right, and because Mrs.
Fouts did not wear a handkerchief
around her neck while cooking and had
lace curtains at her windows and a
framed picture ot her brother on the
The beat Salve in tha mrM
Cuts, Bruises, Soree, Ulcers, Salt
ttfieum, feyer sores. Tetter, Chapped
Hands. Chilblains. Corns, and 11
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
run, or no pay required, it u guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Harts A Ullemeyer.
For Infants andChfldrni.
AT ATM wTO-aw a
"Sir 3'Am vTtxjkm
liimar Tnssiai'a 3nagi-i Pewaaa
WANTED GOOD SOLICITORS; EXPEB-
tenee aanecessary. Apply C. F. Black,
Sl Twentieth street.
"tTTANTED A COMPETENT GIRL TO DO
BiMsrmi BooseworK. mib. Meyer CRiee,
WANTED TO TRADE OR SELL A NO.
. J fpbupey. j. w., Jones, seeood
haad store, 1 19 Etehteenth,sf reet.
TTANTEp-- AGENTS VOR HANDLING
" " "a uses a every Boose.
CaO at 1708 Second aTenae between B a. bl
to e p. m. Inquire for Mr, Underbill.
TITANTED LADTEB TO TUV A Rmrmw
" that will positively cure all female dis
eases. A cure for S4. We iruarantee a cure
or money refunded. For full particulars call
on Mrs. Hathaway, fouttiwest comer ot 14th
M., MHt VbB RIO.
WANTED TO LOAN MONET ON D1A-
, monda, watehes, jewelry, hardware,
I"" furniture, ete. Highest car a price
r-" "hwihi nana gooaa 01 au ainaa also.
The above roods tor aale at half the usual
storeprieea. All baslneai transactions strietly
eocSdentlaL His new number and location,
119 Eighteenth street. Dont forget it. i. w!
TITANTED AGENTS FOR QUEEN VIC-
asrjata auu LnamtillU afUDltee. "
Contains the ecdored biography of her mje-
reign, ana iuil -ocount of the Diamond Jabi-
Ite ( Tt.. w m .
mana. Bonanza for agents. Commission 50
tVj K"ca rreigntpaia. uutnt
The Dominion company, Dept. 7, 3S6 Dearborn
TJIOR RENT A 5-ROOM
H Eighth avenue.
TfOt RENT A SIX ROOM HOUSE WITH
A' oily water and in good repair. Inquire at
108 Seventh avenue.
TjTOR RENT POtTt ROOM FLATONTWEN
A' tieth street: S10 per month. Apply to K.
H. StaHord, Masonic Temple block.
TGKR RENT SIX ROOM HOC3E ON SIXTH
H H. Stafford, Masonic Temple block.
"CTOR RENT FIVE ROOM FLAT ON TWEN-
waw.wt iuvuiu uupiUTCUICUUli
parmpnty. Apply to E. H. Stafford, Masonlo
T7K)R SALE TWO HOTELS. GORDON A
UTOR SALE A FINE HAMTtM?TONTaia
A. mare: lady can drive; also phaeton in
kwvu wuuiuuui muiure no r ourtn avenue
TJIOR BALE OR RENT A HOUSE OF 10
A? rooms at 1210 Third avenue; contains all
modem Improvements and is in good repair
TJIOR BALE GROCERY WAGON ALMOST
A new; also harness, oil tanks, show eases
and aoalaa; cheap it taken at once. Inquire at
21 Eleventh stress.
TilOR SALE TWO CHOICE BUILDING
A lota in Sehnell addiHon. one southeast
corner Twenty-second street and Ninth ave
nue, the other southeast corner Twenty-third
street aad Ninth avenue. Will sell on easy
terms and time to suit buyer. AddressT J
Halpin, 500 North Mam street. St. Louis, Ma
fJUSINESS CHANCE HUSTLING. PCSH-
-- ' ma young man wun two or three thou-
sana aoimrs wishes to tsiie active part In
some live business in three cities. What bave
you to offer? Address W., Box 233, Rock
To tha stockholders of the Home, Bnlldlrc and
Mvmu hiuumiuu, ii au., isiana: notice Is
hereby given that the annnal meetlne of ra'd
tn.,hnld.n will k. halH i.- .
1997, at 8 o'clock p. m. at the office of the aucre-
eauj wt aaa.u aaBevtjxatL.uu.
Urssr Cabse, Preiiient.
R. A. Doa&t.iMos, Secretary.
f a airsT
v a asntT
Oast raw ova Horn aao Ban 71 anraj.
Insurance and Loans.
Boom 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'nir.
are the most fatal of all
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
a UUARANTEED remedy
or money refunded. Con
tains remedies recmrnized
by all eminent physicians
as tne best for Kidney and
Price socand $uoo
BaM aw M. F. Bin
M M ar Cliili..-. ,ii Btm-f
! mil mill i isiia Twfce
aawaafewaaaaBBa- aa Kawwaaaaaav
Ataarawya at Lawv
JACKSON 4 HURST,
Ataarawya at Law.
J. J. BOACH.
Attorney at Law.
Bee ever 1MI
WE L. LUDOLPH,
AMorawy at Law.
Money to Loam. - - - ri
a a IIBUII. o. u WALKBB,
AMonaya and Conneellon a Law.
CHABLKS J. 8EAELK,
State's A Money.
hons!nCen0r " taW' 00c ta onrt
Attorneys at Law.
Iavmey oa rood aaearitw; make
collections. Reference, Mitchell a
Lynde, bankers. Omoe, Mltnaall a
Lynde Building. 1
a L. 8ILVI3,
Over KreU A Matk a, l
DR. J, D. UNANGST.
Offlee, Roeaa tx, Whitakar Btoek.
corner Third and Brady atreole, tevwa
N. T. DENTAL PABLORS,
111 m Third St., Oavwafort.
rnr naliilnaa nillm wri
eataphone. Painlesa axtractlna. All
BTAiw aaa &aA .
w aa ww vuwatl BSISJ
Guaranteed tor IS years.
DB. CHAS. M. ROBERTSON,
Bye, Ear, Nose and Threat Only.
OfllAA. WtlfttflTM ffiMb .... -
I Sraer ' Thl and Brady etrwwta,
Davenport. Iowa. Booma IT aad U.
, Hours: 8tolla.BL,itoa.m.
JAMES P. HUBBELL,
Archlteet and Boperlntandeat.
I ROOBI 41. Mitchell a (.nda handing
9 third Door.
DRACK A KERNS,
Arehlteeai aad BaBwrmteaaaaM.
Room 81, Bflaaaea ft
HENRY OAETJE, Prop,
cat Fiowete and naaHas of aa
cjtv atore, 1907 Beeoad aveaae,Teie-
ugeno J. Durna
Bay, Sell and Uanase
property. Collect Rents.
The old fife and time
tried company! repre
sented; Rates as low
as any reliable company
R. CRAMPTON & CO.
17S5 SECOND AVENUE.
(jTHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE
BwW T- A KM U I svl
Out StoeMe Hacatae far the treatment of Narva.
ana x May weca.
NfiRVOUS DKBIUTT HaaaastlvB dralas, ieepleasaeea, tkreattaei lae
Z&SZT"' umm,mwmm ea. aervM.
CATARRH Dyspepsia, AsVkaaa. RaeaataUsaa. Sorotala. SrpaUla, Bloo4.
ytawaw, VveTaeaTaaaieaBaeanasBaasewaajaawdaomaa ewwaaaat ae
F ABJCCCBltaBjoBt at eaaaa rt ceblllty. Wkj treat
WOMEN SaSeriBK froas diseases peeallar te ikelr eex skoal d aoasalt aa3
ZS!SS2Z2VUM!V1!t.9.m'!r aWa sa eava ywa. a.rj,
epeiatKaMisiTiirBist at your loan tt Saalrad. ''- -' - , WTTJ , all mfj
FACIAL BLEMISHES Snperflnoas hair removed.
OBTLT CCBABLI CASES TAKEN o
DC.. J. E. uflisa.
OmCK-lM W. Talrd St., MaCalloa(a, BaOdlaff, Daveaport, Iowa.
could be no more popular.
Illustrated " Yellow Fellow Year Boole," 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.,
Sysacuse, N. Y.,
C A. SPENCER,
IP RIP VAN WINKLE
Came to aarta agala, bis first reqeatt wiaU ka far a glass et
beer. II ke had the sease that Us ereator clothed hiss with,
be woald ieeist apoa cettiBt; the prod art of the Beck Island
Brewiag cosapaay. We elaisa that ao batter lager was eer
breared tfcaa oars, and yoa get fall valae for yoar ajtsT
pare atalt aad hope, aad plasty of It, Oet tha Bock Ielaal.
Chronic, Nervous and A
of both sexes.
Stearns tandem erdtes envy
wherever it appears. It looks so grace
ful, runs so smoothly, without a sign of
effort on the part of Its riders, tha. one
cannot bat wish to exchange places with
Tandem riding is becoming more
popular every day; the Steams tandem
Buffalo, N. Y..
Sam Franusoo, Cax.
A west, Book Island.
ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO
'lag at yoax door at lOo