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4 TPg AltOTJP, BATPIIDAY, JULT 17. 1C37.
lhttSBel Dallr end WMklf at 1M
Avaeae, nock Island, El. laUndlt ate
s secoad-elaM matter.)
J. W. Porrn
TBBJU Baoj, 10 oamts par mk. Weeklf,
tUB par inn; la Mtom Sum,
All i iwllii of pa tMal r urn ill
tfte eharesur. political or ralldou, aut to
taal aaaM attacked (or pabUcsttoa. Ho rack
rMala will belprlaied orar actttloos sttnatares.
OBRaapoaanaa aaUdtad Mai erer township
la lock lalaad county.
Satcrat. Jctr 17, 1897.
Ir Banna la great enough man
to make president! and become
United States lenator himself, he
should be great enough to settle the
grievances of the men who hare made
him the fortune that has made him
AXKA is real It becoming A MMP.
ilr anxious to settle tha mlnimr
troubles. The republican boss never
oaaiuiieu to nrncn soneitnae for
labor in his life before, not even last
ear when he was piloting McKin
ley's campaign throagh.
Bento McMilliic seems likely to
ten into a United States senntorship
which will not expire, if the Tennes
see legislature seconds the governor's
choice, till 1901. Mr. McMillin will
take to the senate a degree of suavity
and self-possession fnllv becoming
the other dajsof that dignified bod v.
Br. miss, the boomer, once placed a
number of enterprises on the barren
lands about Fulton and attempted to
make tbem grow, but they
failed. Mow the question is
haw did the projector, including
rJemiss, ever got out ef the county
without being served with an injunc
tion? I have troubles of my own in
Ohio," dolefully responded Mark
Henna to an appeal lor help voiced
bv Iowa republicans. And yet the
Buckeye was supposed to be tue mas
cot of the present national adminis
tration. Is it changing to the sick
lied hue of a hoodoo? asks the St.
Iv the miners in the Kerens-Elkins
syndicated state of West Virginia
are to follow the striking example
set by those of the Henna-Carnegie-Fries5
coal interests of Pennsylvania,
it's high time for the barons to give
their employes a tangible token of
fat prosperity that wa,billed to fol
low the election of a baronial prcsi'
The Cairo Bulletin philosoph'a is
at follow: "The man who adver
tises stands before tho public in the
fall, legitimate and dignified promi
nence of one who is proud of his
business, has a right to be prond of
It, is doing a lot of and wants to do
mora of it; and ho is tho kind cf a
man ibat everybody wants to do
As exchncge tells the following:
A Pana preschor whoso salary wis
lon overdue, went after the trnstees
for money. Money,' howled one of
the trustees, 'I thought yon
preached for souls.' The preaober
came back at him by saying: 'So I
do, bnt I can't eat souls, and if I did,
all that I nould get in Pana wouldn't
make a chicken a square meal."
It may be interesting for American
heiresses to know that another Eng
lish duke Is in the market. The
young duke of Manchester is already
appropriated, it is said, hut during
the present month the duke of Rox
burgh comes of age. In a few years
the little duke of Le'.nstcr will also
be avallablo. but at present he is in
an Eton jcket and nonthinking of
Toe corn crop as a whole is safe.
Reports' reoeived at the offices of tbe
Chicago., Burliogtun & Quincy rail,
road from all points in tho territory
adjacent ti the oompnoy's lines in
Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri show a
general rainfall since a week ago
aafllolont to practically insure the
success of the crop. Although some
anxiety was felt on account of the
vary high temperature, no damage
from hot winds has occurred.
Is Barton connty, where tbo farm
ers are working 15 hours a day in
order to fare tho 100.000 acres of
wheat, a dov.on Imported harvesting
crew have struck for an S-honr day
and five meals. The demand for
harvest hands is so great that brake-
! NATIONAL PROGRESSIVE!
i0i cm ur m&uiwinta
i Droport Hsalth Institots 1
S Specialties: IriU
Um. IMm. T i (IiiiIiii aa ImJ g
l'l ! MKi H4 Von. (
2 dr. Con-nauohton, f
3 4M ntf St. OtiiMMt toaa. ,
man have annnnracr! mmr . t
tram DS to eo to the wheat holt nil
gat work. Whan trains atop at sta-
iiuoi farmers are mere ao tramc Wttn
tho train i-rawa hnl tha lat nlfiu
- " -..-... a.UPV
to open box ear doora and deliver
Hsuipa uuui at least ou cents, ana in
om eases tl a head la mid bv tha
Bols tha Starrlaa;.
Soma months ago Rock Island dis
tinguished herself by the nature of
her response to the appeal of the
eloquent Dr. Talmage on behalf of
starving India. Today acenes of
famine and misery have been brought
nearer to home. Almost within a
stone's throw in a sister connty in
onr state of Illinois hundreds of peo
ple are suffering the pangs of hunger
and' distress. At the mining town
of Ladd the families of men whose
work has brought them insufficient
income for months to keep famine
from the door are now without sus
tenance or means to provide it. The
seenes of indescribable suffering pic
tured to us from India are being en
acted within the reach of onr hands.
The representatives now here, of the
people of Ladd who have been
ground down to the verge of the
grave, tell stories of want that should
meet with the response that one sec
tion of humanity should give to an
other in need, whose circumstance
is all the more sad in that the famine
exists In a land of plenty.
A Romance, of the Wire. ' ' '
"There's luck in matrimony as is
everything else," mused an old De
troiter who, in his early days, was a
telegraph operator. "For nearly 80
yearn my wife and I have lived happily
together. We have bad our little domes
tic squalls like other people, bnt I can
say that we have sailed on smooth wa
ters with fair winds. ,
"She need to be a telegraph operator
too. I went to substitute for a friend of
mine on the line to give bim a 'brief va
cation. He told me that be bad been
carrying on a flirtation with a woman
eprrator with whom he wa9 very .favor
ably impreed. She only knew him by
his office call, and he requested that I
carry on the incipient courtship bo that
be could take it tip oil his return. The
girl would be none the wiser, and his
snit would bo that much further along.
Being young and romantic, I assented
as a matter of course,
"From the first message I concluded
that the wooing bad reached a very in
teresting tage and entered right into
the spirit of the affair. Not being trou
bled by any of "my friend's embarrass
ment, for he was in love, I talked to her
like a bold and ardent swain. She evi
dently liked this, and I was on the
vergo of engaging my friend when I re
ceived word from -him that be had met
his fate at home; that hp was going
into her father's store, andthat I mnst
close up his teegra-phio courtship 03
gently as I conld.
"At first I was mad enongh to hunt
him up and thrash him. Then I sud
denly discovered that I was mightily
pleased. She euly knew him by the
office call, and now the call was mimv
Just as soon as there was an opening I
proposed, and back came an ncceptanca
I've never told her, bnt between me and
you, she's worth n carload of his wife."
Killing an Elephant.
It took three hours to kill a Vicious
elephant in tbo vicinity of Liverpool,
and in-assisting to briuo nbont thin m.
suit a medical gentleman almost suc
ceeded in compassing his own destruc
tion. Charles II was the name of the
elephant Two Liverpool physicians
were appointed executioners. They fed
the beast on aconite concealed in carrots
and arsenio snrinklcd nn hmm trlnVh it
swallowed pleasantly and asked for
more. Then one medical gentleman con
ceived tho idea of loading a syringe
with Prussia acid, inducing tha pl-
phant to open its mouth and squirting
me poison tiown its tlirout. Charles II
considered this great sport, bnt the doc
tor who was operating the syringe, by
reason of his interest in the experiment;
momentarily forgot the deadly proper
ties' of Tirussia acid, inhaled thn fnmrn
and fell unconscious. The other physi
cian saved his colleague's life with
great difficulty, fhe elephant locking on
with deen pvmnathv. However, aftpp
Charles II had taken enough poison to
Kin a.uuo men, according to the doctors,
and three hours had passed since the first
dose be suddenly toppled over and ex
pired quietly. Liko the other Charles
II, he had boen an unconscionable time
'dying. San Francisco Argonaut.
When Cnbrrllaa Were 1 1 rat Csed.
Umbrellas are of great cntiqnity.
Anions the Greeks thrv were a tniiT-lr nf
elevated rank, nud one is seen cn a
Hamilton vase in the bands cf a prin
cess. We find tho umbrella Cnri-d nn.
on tho ruins of Persepoiis, and the Ro
mans carried it nt tue theater to keep
off the sun. Yet Coryate, the traveler,
in 161 J, notices the umbrellas cf Italy
as rarities. These and other umbrellas
are only described for keeping off the
sen, which may be explained by the
comparative scarcity of rain in the
above countries. The frequency of rain
in other lands led to their being used
for a very clitTerant purpose. Jonas
Han ay in described to have been the
first to walk tho sirens of Lt;r;: with
an umbrella over his tread, wlii; h be
had probably usvd in his travels in the
east And in 1"8 one John Macdon
ald, a footman, was ridiculed for carry
ing in the streets an umbrella which he
had brought from Spain. However, as
he tells ns, he persisted for three
months in carrying his umbrella, till
people took no further notice of the
novelty Harper's Round Table. ,
. In Harbor Springs, Mich., there is a
large and flourishing wood toothpick in
dustry. White birch is exclusively used
in the manufacture of the toothpicks,
and about 7,500,000 are turned ont
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ART OF ADVERTISING.
In adveitlslas, always be
As honest as yoo ean:
Be sore lis merchandise joa sen,
And not your fouow man. a
4 Chicago Post
The advertisement that Impresses
the reader as being true la better
than oqe that strikes him aa being
As advertisers come to nndersand
the knack of preparing their copy,
they find that the readers will turn
more or less eagerly to their spaoe to
see what they have to say.
In ' writing ads never leave the
roaderin doubt Say exactly what
yon mean so It can be easily under
stood. It may cost a few centa ad
ditional bat it pays in the end.
There may be cheaper methods of
advertising than doing it in news
papers, and there may be papers
that will do it a little
cheaper than The Ahocs, bst
when a man comes to you and
cuts The Akscs prise don't forget
that he knows he cannot give as
good service, for if he could, why
would he cut the rate? He knows
best what he gives in return and
makes the price accordingly.
Don't wait nntil the fall daya come
when yon are busy marking goods to
outline your advertising. During
these dull days figure ont to your
self abont how yon will conduct your
advertising for fall and winter. De
cide now on your oourse and when
the time comes yon will know abont
what von want to do. It win ha
quicker for you and easier to write
yuur bub, ana mere satisfactory all
When yon are writing your check
for the payment of your advertising
bill and the thonght comes to yon
that yon are paying for a "dead
horse," remember then that your
business snccess depends largely on
your faith in advertising and that
faith withont works is dead. It is in
supreme moments like these that
the christian stands the test when he
says: y"Get thee behind me, Satan."
Once he has overcome the tempter
be is stronger in his faith and
he redoubles his energy and am
bition to win the fight. So it is
in advertising. Oftentimes when
a man has made a worthy effort,
haa plodded along day after day,
making no great visible headway,
but still gaining ground slowly,
when he has reached the point when
he is almost ready to round the goal
of snccess, it is then in business, like
in religion, that the tempter comes
and for a few pieces of silver takes
from him the rich reward that his
long days of toil have almost placed
within his grasp. Advertising bills
are just as necessary in conducting
business as bills for insurance,
lights, heat, clerk hire and the other
items that go to divide the profits of
merchandising, and it is only when
imbued with a spirit of false eoono
tny that men forsake that which
gives greater returns than anytjiher
agency in building up a business.
There was a man who advertised
Hut once a single time,
In spot obscure placed he and his ad
And paid for it a dime.
And just because It didn't bring
Him customers by score.
"All advertihicir is a fake,"
He said, or, rather, swore.
lie seemed to think one hammer tap
Would drte a nail clear in.
That tram a bit of tiny thread -
A weaver tents could spin.
If he this reasoning bright applied
To eating, doubtless he
Would claim one little bite would feed
Ten men a century.
Some day. though, he will learn that to
Make advertising bay.
He'll have to add ads to his ad.
And advertise each day.
New York Sun.
THSI COrNTT TKMFLK.
Jnly 16 F. B. Fairman et al, by
master, to Alice Wright, part ontlot
IS. 36, 19, le, $400.
Henry Hnberty to Barton F. Peek,
lot IS, block 2, lot 11. block 3, Dae
belliehn's add., Moline, lots 1 and 2,
block 1, Sinnet's Second add., Rock
Island, $300. .
Moline Manufacturing company to
Carl G. Thnrlin, tract by metes and
bounds, 35, 18, lw, (4,300.
Is tha price of perfect health. Watch
carefully the first symptoms of im
pure blood, uure boils, pimples,
hnmors and scrofula by taking Hood's
Sarsaparilla. Drive away the pains
and aches of rheumatism, malaria
and stomach troubles, steady your
nerves and overcome that tired feel
ing by taking the same great medi
cine. Hood's pills are the best family
cathartic and liver tonic. Gentle,
Whoa Tea Tmka Yomr VitHo.
the most necessary article to take
with yoa ''after your pocket book)
is a bottle of Foley's Colie cure. It
is an absolute prevention or care of
all derangements of the bowels
cansed by a change of water. Ton
are likely to need it. Sold by U.
F. Bahnsen and T. H. Thomas, drug
Xttdnt Sean Bim Bit,
Old Millyuns ' Young ' man, my
daughter tells me that yon kissed ber
last night. .
Percival Tootks Well, if she wants
to go around bragging about it, that's
her privilege. Cleveland Leader.
SINCE SISTER'S Gfc)T A BEAU.
rttere's quite a chancre around at home,
and all is now serene
Where once upon a time war rasred and
troubles! bhd seen.
The reason this Is brought about to you I
mean to show.
It'a all because a man cornea here, and he
Is sister's "beau.
I don't know how she eaptured him, but
he cornrs here just the same.
And for fer that he will stay away 1 will
But I only h:;pe he'll always com-, I real-
For everything is now so nice- since sis
ttr's gat a beau. -
I can spin my top In the parlor and g-en-
' 1 1 J ' -x r; hi j way.
Yesterday a boy cut loose my kite, and aia
boug-lw one today.
She also g-ave me rcfcrbles and took me to
11 ; Vw ' A-
I feel so happy now to say that'alster's
Cot a beau.
The roosters nul the chickens all seem to
be so proud.
And th cats upon .the back yarn fence at
The birds up in the tree tops their happl-
And this has all been brought about since
I hope some one Trill make him corce: I
only wish I could.
Tes, there's two Wis a week I got for
I'll give this money to this man els calls
Becaruio i m having too good a time for
A. C. Phelps in Xcw Orleans Picayune.
Muzzles are used on refractory women
in the penitentiary nt Cologne, Germany.
Last year a muzzled girl was found deac
in her cell. It was alleged that her deatl
was due to suffocation, and the persons it,
authority were charged with nianslangh
tor, but were afterward acquitted.
A Tip to Ame'rlcaa Widows. '
Grief In Persia for a deceased husband
Is limited to a fortnight, and then a wom
an marries again aa soon as she has a
Of the Globe for
sou nmiiar uompiaintia
CERHAR MEDICAL LAWS.
Al-'. TJrCBOTlOcll DT3Tninlltt.trv?winiive;i
tOT,yK- n'CHTER S
WnrM M-yM rmA t T l , .
FrVnlw . .1.1. T nut a. aa a.
la. wnii a i auc mar v niKirar,
31 RICHEST AWARDS.
13 Branch Hon set. Owa Glassvarh.
tsASOcu. xCauunvd A rtxouuucudod by
AB'HALL ft TI'EIS 1828 Sf-cotd n
tvt.B.iaOaAS. 1630 Second .v-
ANCHOR " Si TOM AC II A I. bast for
CMc.lywpeelift Wtesnc rnrnip:IWt.
TTTANTED A GOOnfllRI. VORGKXERAL
, iiuurcwurK Bkpn aeconu avenue.
WANTEI-GOOD SOLICITORS; EXPTCR
lenee unnecessary. Apply C. F. Black,
WATET SALESMAN: SALARY PAID
weekly: experience unnecessary; perma
nent, rsrown Bros, uo., LQioaKO.
"VVTANTED GOODS TO STORE IN CHEAP,
. clean enu ijkui ttbunwe ronnis witn ele
vator at Hte3 Second avenue. Johnny Jones.
WANTED AGENTS FOR HANDLING
a necessity that is used In every house.
Call at 1708 Second avenue between 9 a, m.
to o p. m. inquire ror air, underhill.
WANTED MEN TO LEARN BARKER
trade: two months required: wanes and
experience ii shops Saturdays before com
pleting: catalogue mailed free. Moler'a liar.
ber ftcuool, Clark and an Huron streets, Chi'
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON D1A
monda. watobes. iewelrv. hardware.
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, ete. HfKhest essh prices
paid for second hand goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. All boslr.ess transactions strictly
ennnriential. His new number and location.
aeoota avuos, vodi lorgei It. J. w,
TjKIR RENT A 5-ROOM
IOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
or without board at 160s Second evenue.
FOR RFNT CONVENIENT FLAT OF
Ave rooms at 1M10 Third avenue. Annlv
w v. uftuoar.
TJK)R RENT A FURNISHED BRICK RES
A. Ideoce, elfrht large rooms: rent reasona
ble. Apply at o8 Filth avenue.
FOR RENT FOUR ROOM FLAT ON TWEN
tletb street: (10 per month. Ap;ly to K.
n. oMauiu. auwonic lempie oioca.
XjlOR RENT A NEW ROOM HOUSE
-a. witn mnoern conveniences att37Tweniv
second street. Inquire at gag Sixth avenue.
TjK)R RENT A S-ROOM FURNISHED
w iimi-i. iiu mu -nc mfiuern ooovenienceH.
Apply at KW Forty-third street, Edgewood
T7WR RENT FIVE ROOM FLAT ON TWEN
A. tieth street: modern improvements: IS
permonty. Apply to li H. Stalford. Maaome
Temple block, i
liXJR SALE TWO HOTELS. GORDON
L . Bowman.
TjKR SALE A GOOD SADDLE PONY.
A? Inquire of Walter Hynes, 844. Twen
TTIOR SALE OR RENT A HOUSE OF IS
A? rooms at 1210 Third avenue; contains all
modern improvements and is in good repair.
Apply to E. G. Fracer.
LOST BETWEEN THE BRIDGE AND
Fifta avenue pharmacy, a black ehathoa.
containing purse with S-UO: also set of mani
cure iobtrumenia. Kinder kindly re turn to this
TJXJR SALE OR EYCHANGK A GOOD
A- paying bakery business at HQS Third ave
nue. Owner wjhes to engage la other bu-4-aess.
Will take real estate la exchange. CaJ
at above aumber for parueulara.
W at-4 dtaea-araw-i fra tke
S art -rv mrnmm srrfwCTl
" wst tarssivwwrg.
"There are fads
medicine as well as
other things," said a bnsy
draggist, " bat tho most
remarkable thins; abont Hood's Sarsa
parilla is that customers who try other
remedies all come back to Hood's, and
this is why the enormous sales of this
great medicine keep np and
continue the If whole year
round, steady U awas a clock.
"Why is it?" "O, simply because
Hood's Sarsaparilla has mora real cura
tive merit than any medicine I ever sold."
This is of daily occurrence in almont
every drag store. Hood's Sana par ills
has cured more sickness, and made mora
h-ppinfss through restoration to health
tiian any other medicine.
Is the standard the One True Blood Purifier.'
H j, are the only pilb to take
ffiOOa S PlllS with Hoods aafsavarilla.
Professional Cards. I
MoCASKiUS MoCASKSIN, !
Attorneys at Law.
Roc Ward and MDaa. Staak, v.i.-a
, offlea over Kreu kums store; MUaa j
I wuiuv w nam SKwea,
Attorneys as Law.
gOta Rook Island National Bank
J. J. BOACH,
Atuxaey a Law.
i Abstracts, Collecvoe Afesey. Of-
WM. L. LUDOLPH,
Attorney at Law.
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llrtM. .A T - .
i nueTBufordbioeal- g
J S. D. IVIUIT. a b ViUil,
I SWEEKEY WALKER, S
I Attorneys and Couaeelloia at Law.
Offloe la Bengatoc Bloek.
S CHABLES J. 8EABLE,
SB r, . . . . .
Q oKwianwiq. jg
M CounceUor at law. Office la eourt
St house. (
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2 MoENIST A McENIRT,
Attorneys at Law.
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e Loan money on rood sswerltr make i
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2 J-J?S;'ob5nke"' Omou. MltoheU A (
C. L. SILVI3,
Over Krell A Math's. 1718 BaeneA m.wm.
DE. J, D. UN ANGST.
nARooB , Whttakar Bloek, '
mm, ana nrmuj awawas, uave
I N. T. DENTAL FAB LOBS, !
' IK E. Thlrt St., Davenport.
Guaranteed for IS yeam,
JAMES P. HUBBELL,
2 AreWtectandSupertatendent, 8
Room fl. MItehen A Lnda imiMi..
! third floor.
Arehlteeta and SuserlBteaAenia. 2
ffiimnfl a, V Z
HENRT GAETJE, Prop.
i Cat Flowais and D-mras of an
! City store. nsv Boaoea aveane,
A sttip S i 4m,i i ii li W
Jf ka ii i tl far a,ma, iManaii a-4
f I - " Bar Cwittmm.' a. u a. kr I ill a
. Tun Abwjtjs deUvered everj even
log t jour door nt 10c week.
A Great Clearance Sale Row On
R. CRAMPTON & CO. herewith announce
a few of the bargains on tile at the new loca
tion, 1719 Second avenue, nr-xt to the old
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StOP BY THE WAYSIDE . . .
And refresh jonrself with a gUs of brlcht,
fosnsj, ccoliop Rock Island Beer, which is kept at ell first class
places. Brars you open s hot day as nothiog. else mm
reaches the thirsty spot ia a moat deltfhtfnl sort of wsy. Ask
fcr Bock Island and see that you get what yoa ask for.
fTHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE
- D-V3inOIlT, IA.
Onr Betr!e BTarhtne for the traersMnl af w,
Dlaaaa, HUtinnnttsm. ana X bay Vera,
NftRVOUS DEBILITT Exhaustive drains, sleeplessness, threeteaed U-
f. weak laiari. sisesal selaaloBa, ot snf elaar eoaamaa see ts nam as aaaaait' a
CATARRH Dyspepsia, Asthma. Rhenmatlsaa. BnrofoJa, Syphilis, Bios
Klgney. Llw aa4 SWa dli i lasi eaa a salli'a acA aaiaisaieij smiaA a eet aSiaeiss se
aai ot skadiatae. '
VARICOCELE la tha most active eanaa of sMrrona deWUty. Why tree
bmmiIm w'tli otbers wbeo wm (una wi a fumisasat sua Is eeaae saws a ear uaiais
aaetaadf Urdnmle ear4 Is tarn Aaa-ee aala. " " "
WOMEN Suffering from diseases peculiar to their aez
Ws hae eared maaf rwia rtvra sp aa boawleaa, ao4 we earn aa a1
eperaUoa erfaraw4 at joui bosm If desired, adeeikaal and ki
FACIAL BLEMISHEd Soperflaooa
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