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THIS ARGUS, MONDAY, JULY 19, 1897.
Paiuaaea XHUy tea Wkly at MM Booob4
ttuui Bock Island, ni. (Entered at tae poat
o M second-class mutter.l
3. W. l'OTTEB
TKKJiS-UsUy, 10 caU per week. Weekly,
i.0Q pat annua ; la advance 1 JbO.
Ail coauaotLioaU'm of po tlaal or arsaateota
Vn caaraatr, political ot religious, mud ve
imI nam atlasacd fur publication. Bo sock
artl'le wurU:k,irliitel ortt actlMoas tlKoaiaret.
' 6ftajOT-m solicited from every township
la Rock lsfbWootmly.
Honda r, Jclt 1, 1897.
Will some one please rap on the
Union's shatters and remind it that
this is not 18!W.
Yes, it may be startling to the
Union, but Kick Island is 6.000 or
8,000 larger than she was in WJ).
B:ctc!.i in Chicago are to be
taxed 91, and biaycle riders are tibe
placed oa an (quality with the dogs
by being tagged.
Tiie Lewiston Democrat tells of a
lay in 1493 that the mercury rose to
liz degrees in the shade tbat town,
and all oatdoor work was auspended.
Ir the Uaioa keeps on estimating
Rock Island's popalation Fnltoa will
te getting oak an injunction lamia
ding as from growing any more nn
til the catches a p.
i ip i .
Fbbrai'J the Union doss not knew
tbat we nave go pared lit Mrs, a
mid fire department, rapid transit.
pretty parks and quite a few things
we did not have in 18U0.
Ir the Union keeps en it will share
Kock Jsrand's population to the iwe
of tbat el Fulton after awhile. But
thank geoduess the Uaioa is no more
of a csikerisa to judge Keck Islaad by
tbnn foitoa is.
. i i ... rs
It has been a hard job for the
Union to keep along over since Kosk
Island passed the 18,000 mark, but
she has gone right ahead just tbe
same, even if the brlgtt morning
paper nas oeen lert in tbe rear.
A HBrcHLtCAV paper states that
Mark Hanna is very liberal ia his
disposition toward tbe Ohio striking
miners. Ob, Mark is disposed to be
exceedingly liberal toward all classes
of pcsple in Ohio from now until the
next legislature oi ibat state is
1 a -w
Titbhr wJSl be an annular eclipse oi
tbe sua July 29 tbe moon patriot; di
rectly over the sun's fsce, leaving a
rim of light arouad it. lathis part of
tbe world tbe eclipse will bs only
partial, oa the south side ot the sun
It begins at 7.21 in the morning.
stanaatu time, and ends at s.3.
Dt si yvs is rejoicing ever the faot
that she is able to conmuntoate with
New York by telephone. If tbe Key
City has the same experience that
Uoek Islaad has had sinee the long
distance wire has bse put in she
will find it much easier task to talk
with Now Totk or Boston than to
converse with people through the
telepbone about towa.
TirvKR is no city that will shirk
responsibilities by clsiming that she
is under age. And Rook Island does
not propose to do anything of that
kind, notwithstanding the Union's
humiliating position. Kock Island
is fall grown and has put away child'
lah things. She is ready for and
equal to all duties that may beceme
her as prescribed by law.
Teener a Tspteal R.pakMcaa.
John R. Tanner, geveraer of lilt
aois through the grace ef the land
slide of 1896. and of the tremendous
campaign fnad raised ia that year
is now getting from the republican
press what paddy gave the drum
a divil of a katln."
Mr. Tanner is held np to loom be
cause he has not received the bone St
of a liberal edaeation. Ife is . ac
eased ei naving need a gnn some
where else than ia the army. Mis
patronage of Van Cleave is 'thrown
In his teeth. His friendship for
Yerkes. as manifested in Ms sigoa
ture of ttva Alien bill, is made a mat
ter of rapaoarh.
Hut John R. Tanner does not claim
to be, and is not better the tbe
average republican. He represents
his party tally. It is a party ef
high taxation, a party making maeh
ot officialism, a party not neglecting
$ NATIONAL PE0E3ESS1YE
? voTrtt nr Mrnirtiai
siaibM ur Mfcafivinta
M rtt mmn la ar 17 M
rta. 1 rm i mim
401 rsi at Oeteaesre lews. S
r. num. niim
Hwlii. Pnrw. nrmn. Bum.
its opportunities, a partr that be-
I lieves ia tskine care of the wealthy
on the theory that the wealthy by
one dispensation of divine provi.
deoce will equally care for the poor.
John R. Tanner is as good a republi
can as they make 'em. When he is
abused republicanism is abused. He
a lair average member of the
party of high moral ideas and much
higher tariff taxation.
Milan, June 17 The bridges are
being repainted this week.
Bruce lilrton has sole bis horse to
L. L. Wheeler, of Sterling.
1 nomas Kerr, of Minneapolis,
spent a few days among his Milan
Mrs. William Pay son left Friday
evening for Qoincy. Her mother
is ill and her recovery is doubtful.
The canal was seined last week to
remove tbe German carp, but it
seems the carp left when the water
John Miller reports the trade in
hereee as picking np. During the
pat week he sold two span of fine
rivers ate: one single buggy horse
at good priees.
A party of young folks surprise!
Miss Stella Bingham Friday evening
at ber Home in Bowling. Tbe even
ing was spent very pleasantly, and a
large album was left as a token of
Samuel Daxon has been bnsv dnr
ing the past week moving a house
from the depot to a lot on tbe east
end of Dickson strait. William
Dickson intends to remodel the house
and then rent it.
xae mnerai oi airs. I'bilZsbn was
held from the Presbyterian church
Wednesday at 2 p. m. Key. Reherd
conducted the services and took for
bis text the 15th and 16th verses of
he 1031 psalm. Mrs. Zahn had be-
gun reading the bible from the first
book ei tbe old testament, and had
reached the text when death called
her. The pall bearers were: William
Heath, David Matthews. D. T. Little.
William Tenses, John Johnson and
Hurley White, Interment was made
The. following diulouae between two
Cretans wlio twt in the mountains is
literal, truuakition from the nrijHijfel
au(lHtiii'al illustration oftbeir cau-
A. Good day, notgnber.
B. Yoaaie rich welecme, my good
A. Where do yfla eome from?
B. Frotu an jonSer; qaite near.
A. And wnere migbi yoa . be 'going
to?. . . .
B. Oh, only jtt down there. '
A? WeH, aiid wtfat's the news, dear
B. Hood ne , and all that you toor
oit-iiio ten auu auove.
A. Makome a presentjof youaJname.
B. ' You Sue beartHy welcome t it.
Bnt.hd'never brruthea'it for all that.
A liuitAYcy avatnrtli tka nm-luiio m?
trdaj and caatibii, leJ by a lye -acci-doot
the common enpuiy should learii'a
cuicii m buiuliuiw, ia uu Kim mm
Mined Coetero Voludbuti who, like
several otbta-HA Oetims wlioii I- met,,
is a hale centenarian .who has passed)
through .oight isolations nhscnthed.
ai rarnvi awrecy io sncn a point mat
he nt'vW alfews ovu ' his own frieuds
and partiMMiisto know where he sleeps
atrjhf. ft is hardly surprising if, un
der tlirse c'ircoiiibtauoes, contemporary
Cretans have mhrritod tho unenviable
reputation or thru lorrtatliers lor -ntc
veracity. But no cqo who approves de
ception hi war nun mploinury in peace
will jus-tifk d m casting the first ntone
at thoko whiws -very lives occasionally
dcjtt'Dd, both iu war and, in pease, neon
their misleading their secular foes.
. -. . . . .
.Dimon was corn in Uiu and died mi
164. His first peein of note, "On the
Moniing of Chnst's Nativity," 'was
written in .1629. The "Paradise Keeaiu
ed was. finished a short time before
hia dcutli. His literary labors covered
4S rears, nis greatest poem was writ
tea. by the hand of an amanneusis, and
his most serious annoyance wus the pet-
nlnncRjnf Jijs daushtersJlwh'o sometimes
rrfuM'd to-wiite when he' was in the
mood to eoiHpesc.
Th arm Kaata.
W. M. Repine, editor of the Tis
kilwa. 111., Chief," says: "We
won't keep house witheut Dr. King's
ew viscevery ler Consumption
Coughs and clds. Experimented
with many others, bat never got the
tree remedy until we nsed Dr. King'i
new Discovery. Ne ether remedy
can take its place in eur home, as in
tt we aave a certain and sure eare
far Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough
etc" It ia idle to experiment with
other remedies, even if they are
arged en yea as just as good as Dr.
rung's flw uiscevery. raey are
aot as good, beoause this remedy has
a record oi cures and beside is guar
anteed. kt never fails to satisfy
Trial bottlea tree at Harts CUe-
ueyer's drag store.
Elizabeth, N. J., Oct. 39. 1896.
Ely Bras., Dear sirs--Please ac
cpt my thank for your favor in the
gtft of a bottle ot Cream Balm. Let
me say I have ased it for yeara and
ean thereughly reeemmead it for
what it claims, M disectieas ane fol-
lewed. Years traly.
(Rav.) H. W. Hatha wat.
No clergyman should bs without
it. Cream Balm is kept by all
druggists. Fall size 50 centk; trial
sue m cents, we mail it.
6 Warren atreet. New York City
When bilious or costive eat a Caa-
oarei, eaady cathartic, eon nana..
I m. .a n mm .
tecu, aw oenta, is obbib.
Governor Drab. Iowa, is recover
ing; from the effect!? of his fall on the
capitol eteps at Des Moines.
The University orWisconsin has' elect
ed Miss Annie Crosby Emery dean of
women and assistant professor of phil-
Fire at Eeku. the petroleum center of
Russia, destroyed five refineries and a
harf. Several persons were burned to
President ilcKinley will not be at Chi
cago at the dedication of the Logan
monument. He couldn't get congress off
Myron McCord. of Wisconsin, has been
confirmed as governor of Arizona after
card aght made upon him In tbe sen
ate executive session.
James B. AogeBu nrw United States
minister to Turkey, accompanied by hia
wire, sailed from New York on the Nor
mandie for Havre Saturday.
The British ship Maud has been or
dered into quarantine at San Francisco
beoause one of her crew Is believed to be
victim of the bubonic plague.
Secretary Alger has cone to Snlrit
Ike, Ia.. to attend a soldiers' reunion,
afttr which he will g to Chicago -to
participate in the Logan Day cert-monies.
Peter Martin, who tore down the stars
and stripes at Toronto, was fined tUand
costs, with tbe option of sarvlna- thirty
in jaiu xae cnose iae iormer pun
The American BabtUt Missionary ait
ion and the American' Baptist . Home
Mission. society have succeeded In win
ing out theiloint debt of $186,060 n it
the asd ef j0,0OO from John T. Rocke
Kev. Father Butler, -bislioD-eiect of
the' Roman Catholic diotnse of Concor
dia, Kan., dif d at Rome Friday of par-
aiyis. me deceased wan to have been
crnswrated bishop by Cardinal QBtolli
Mrs. Bradbury, the wife of "million
aire of, California, who posed for a week
or so as the niMtress of one IT. Rueell
ard, an Kngllshman. baa nturned to
the arms of her busbajjd. Th recoBcilia-
tion was effect'e'd in Chicago.
eMing Hluuelf a Snit Saaat,
vecy morning when I cet. up,'
said Alr.'Billtops, VI "set myself tbe
stunt ef preserving my tranquilkity urn-
broten tbrouna - the " day, and every
night I am obliged to confess that I dm
not up to U yet
The 'trials .besin at. homo with the
breakfast and the cMlureu'auVl I. don't
know what else, and they rrr through
tho day at business and ute found
again at boiiie at nigh't. They ceme in
various and' unexpected forms and out
of moat unexpected incidents and at
tiroes' when they are rfever-drearbed' tit.
One needs'imperaions imperturbability
W witustand -tliem aH and perfect nerve
"Wifli am .abeolately tranquil mind,
nnitn n niatwku Kv .in 11 ...i'ii
vrhat cotrid not one So? I have not yef
reacnea mat aapay irame, but '1 am
making a Bluff at it daily and am act
ting nearer te" it alt the time." New
York Sun. ., .. i inn
Tha Practic Tbaf. Make' IVrfect.
A writer'in the Kt. Iinia filr.lw-TVm
oerat 'says that faw r-ersons have an'ade-
quate idea "of tho amount of labor be
stowed by virtuosi' am practicing upon
their cnosen lURttuzuents before appear
ing as public jierfarniotH. When Liszt
was - learnius piaue playing, be prac
ticcd ten hours a ikiy.for over- IS years.
Olc Bull spent over 20 years iu-almost
constat practice on the violin. With
Pag.itiini the violin was tbe stndyof a
lifetime, For over 23. years he never al
lowed a day to pass xmthout eigEt or tea
uuh irai in piir eTevcices to nu
. . A km TW
prove nisi.nngeriirj 'TVlty of exe-
cutien. RuinsU?P"-u ,nfd over 16
years to stodving th
ski bos devoted a lif
b his instru-
Banklta's AiW, HaJvw.
The best Salve 3n the world ter
Cuts, Bruises, Sore. Ulcers, Salt
Bheum. Fever Sores. Tetter. Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all
' - a a
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles, or no pay required. It ia guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. tor sale by Harts A UUemeyec
Rhauauktaua Carml la a Day.
Mystic Cure" for rheumatism
ana neuralgia radically cares in one
to three days. Its action apea the
system isxemarkable and mysterious.
It removes at once the eanse, and the
disease immediately disappears.. The
nrst aose greatly Denenta. 73 cents
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second
avenue, druggist. Kock Island: Oust
Sohlegel A Son, Wast Second street,
Cascaxets 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, dispel colds, cure headache,
fever, habitual oonsSipatiou 'and bil
iousness. Please bay and try a box
of C C C. today; 10. 25. 60 cents.
8old and guaranteed to cure by all
For Xnfkata and CbJUnn.
Hade and Merit Maintains the confidence
of the people In Hood's SaraaparUIa. 1 1 a
medicine cures you when sick ; if it makes
wonderful cures everywhere, then beyond
sU question that medicine possesses merit.
Tbat is just the truth about Hood's Bar
Baparilla. We know ft possesses merit
because it cures, not once or twice or a
hundred times, but In thonsands and
thousands of eaves. We know it cares.
absolutely, permanently, when all others
full to do any good whatever. We repeat
s. wui oauai mica
Is the best In fact the One True Blood Puiffler.
HOOd S FlllS biliousness. 2cents.
Professional Cards, i
Auoraays at Law.
Roek Ialacd asB Milan Rank MmiS !
i ofllae over RreU A Hath store; Milan
l offloa oa Mala atreet.
JACKSON A HUBST.
Attameys at Law.
Roek Island National Bask J
i. 3. BOACH.
Attoraoy at Law.
i Abatraata, Collection Aceaey. Of
i flee over I tot Saoond avenue.
WM. L. LUDOLPH.
Attorney at Law.
Mooer to Loan. General lanl Rmri.
i neae, Notary PubUe. 170k Beoeod ava
i ane. But ord bloek.
i a d. swaaaaT.
a U WALBBB.
Attorneys sad Counsellors at Law.
Offiee la Beagstoa Bloek.
CHARLES J. SEABLE, '
State's Attorney. S
Counaellor at law.
Offloe In court St
W Mr,1TTu'lWV M. UaTOTDV
S Attorneys at Law.
Loan money oa rood aamrltv- nikii
m eollaotlona. Referenoe, Mitchell A
L.rnae, Dankers. OSlow, Mitchell A
C. L. SILVIS,
Over Kroil Math's, 17i Seeoad ave-
DR. J. D. UN ANGST. i
Offloe, Bioea tZ, Whltaker Bloek, '
oornar Third uul Rrmdv .f i .ni. iwm 1
i N. T. DENTAL PARLORS, i
l III B. Third St., Davenport.
For painless fllliag with the eleetrte 1
eataphon. Painless eztraetlng. All '
wore ai one-aaii ins usual priees.
Guaranteed for 10 yeara.
JAMES P. HUfiBELL,
Arehlteet sad Superlnteadent.
Room 41, aOtaheU Lynda bunding,
DRACK A KERNS,
Arehlteeta aad SuiertBteadeaak
Sl.maahan A Lvada nndlBW.
HENRT GAETJE, Prop.
Cut nowera aal
City stars, 1SST
y reBMTaBssV UkaMC BBat
Tn Abwcb dajlvared eTary
laf .t you door at 10a a sreak.
m s a!M arwwaav
WAKTFTV- A OOOnOIRI. FOR OKXTOAL
housework at i Seeoad aveaae.
WANTID GOOD SOLICITORS: EXPER
leaee nnneeeasanr. AdpIt C. P. Blaek.
SIS Tweatlatb sweat.
WATED-SALBSMAN: SALARY PAID
weekly: experience mini in 1 1 Derma-
W ANTED GOOPS TO RTOHE IN CHEAP,
clean and liKtat storage rooms with ele
vator at lSiS aeound avenue. Johnojr J one.
WANTED SO AGEaTTS FOR HANDLING
a necessity that u, wted in every house.
Call at 1TU8 Second avenue between s a. m.
to o p. a. Iniiuire lor Mr, Underalu.
WANTED A GOOD. LIVE AGENT TO
handle established route, one aceus-
tomed to tea or mueen busineM preterred.
A. A K Tea eumpaay ,2SK West Second street.
WANTED -MSN TO LEARN BARBER
trade: two months required: wage and
experience ia shops Saturdays before com
pleting: astaloeue nailed free. Moter's Bar
ber Sobool. Clark and Vaa Buren streets, Cal
cko. YT ANTED-LADY TO WORK AT HOME
VV who ean furnish rood referenea. Tutu
UaKteady positiin to the riKht party: no books
pr anvaaKiK. wo lurntsa wora ana teeea
yoo free. Send 10 eenw far sample and In
structions. Paul M. Kent & Co., ml Ateh
streat, Philadelphia, Ia.
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
monds, witches. Jewelry, hardware,
Busteal lnumments, bleyeles. elothinc, dry
goods, furniture, etc UUcbest eakh prleaa
Dald for aeoond hand goods of all kinds nan.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
tore prices. AU baaiaess traasaetiona atrietly
powinenuai. mi new numoer ana loeatlon,
IC1- Beeocd Avenue. Ooa't forget It. J. W.
TjXR RENT A S-ROOH
A- Elshth avenue.
TjX)R RENT FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
-a.- or witnout board at law Second evenue.
RINT -CONVENIENT FLAT OF
nve rooms at 1810 Third avanua. Annlv
m v . iwuvr.
"CX)R RENT A FURNISHED BRICK RES
A? idenoe. eirht larse rooms: rent rraaona
Die, Apply at atse Filth avenue.
T7KR RENT FOUR ROOM FLATONTWatN
A; tleth mreet: S10 per month. Apply to EL
U. Btaflord, Masonic Temple block.
-fJICR RENT A NEW ROOM HOUSE
was moaern eonvanlenees nt077 Trt
seeond atreet. Inquire at Sfca Sixth avenue.
XXSB. RENT STORE, WITH DWELL! Nil
-a.' up stairs, and barn
and Seventh avenue.
Huuer A Peetz addl-
TTtOR RENT FIVE ROOM FLATON TWIN
-A tieth street: modern Imumvements: sa
per monty. Apply to E. II. Stafford, Masonic
j empie Diocs.
TJIOR SALE TWO HOTELS. GORDON
TJV)R SALE A
GOOD SADDLE PONY
Walter Hynea, 3tt, Twen
TJKIR SALE OR RENT A HOCSR OP IS
A: rooms at 1210 Third avenue; contains all
mod era improvements aad Is la good repair.
a. u. racer.
T' OST -HET WEEN HARPER HOUSE AND
w ateb Tower three eoupoa books sood
on tbe lower line. Return to Charles Mo-
TOST BETWEEN THE HRIDQE AND
Ms t irta avenue pnarmacy. a blaek chatlion
contaiatng puree with H. 10; also act of msnl
cure iustrumenta. Finder kindlv return to tnla
"LTK3R SALE OR EYCHANGE A
A- payinc bakery busineai at 1I0U Third
nue. Owner wishes to eniraire in otber buni
Dew., will use real estate la exchange. Call
at above number for panieulara.
Parker s Laundry
HE SMOLE A SMILE.
(IF satisfaction and delight,
as every man does, when
we deliver hia work, for it ia
always laundried to salt Hia
"'. Royal Nibs. Ton can have
yours the same by lending It
1TM Third Ave.
QBT THE KK8T.
AVll Wort OwBraataad.
MOft THIRD ATUTTJI
sad sa l
StdlRf , fflooriaf, Waaaoattmf
18 la SUest, Wt. tk wU WSk BTWa.
from Sun to
Noon is s
if she uses Santa Clans
Soap, It cleans-quickly,
welL tlie clothes you
yon nse. In the laundry it saves clothes, and
iimaga jruiu wuia iiub
at once, and give it a trial. ' Sold everywhere.
Blade only by
THE If. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY CHICAGO.
STOP BY THE WAYSIDE
And refresh yourself with a glass ot bright,
foamy, cooling Bock Island Beer, which is kept stall first class
places. Braces yoa np on a hot day as nothing else will and
readies tbe thirsty spot in a most delightful sort of way. Ask
for Rock Island and see that yoa get what yoa ask for.
(CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE
X3-?a."wr21inOXwT, T A
y - ""to
Oar BDwtrte ateeklM for ta. trMraml of Names
Ptoiasn.'BSstiaisri , aas X Bay Wars,
NEBVOUS DEBILTTT Eahaustlve dralas. sleepiassness, thrcateaed la
saa, wasBsaasaarf. anaaal SilsaHas, st say etast aasAittea as te Hrnu exassstii.'s
CATAB.SH Dyspepsia, As tan a. Rheumatism. Scrcfcla, Bypaias, B!oo
Kasytaafiakni ta w w eiet?i aaAjasiasii lly aaseSSf ser sSvaaaH y
VARICOCELE Is the most active cause of aerrooa debility. Why trea .
aasasss snsk slews aksj we tea antss yea a ssf aastf ears la aeiaa ease as war saiai. -BMteoal
Hydroesls ceren la threa safs-aa aala.
WOMEN Suffering from diseases peculiar to their
Ws Save caret suay cases gives ap as aotwleaa. aaS we ssay
aparsHoas silaianS at your aoaw If SsalreS. AjoaaUaali
FACIAL BLatI8HES Superfluous
0 OSLT CUBABLK CASKS TAEXM o
Btwassaaai etiuoraB. alsalisss sassiaysasfl, BeWNl at tt ta a, t as S. Baassys.
IJSk , Best at lefeteneas ss4 trilmnsi.
Oatcasari seriag Jaly aad Aagasl-Baadar, Sleady,TaesAay aal Wednetds ea!y.
DR. J. G. 17ALSC1.
OmCS-lli W. Third St., MoCaaiottgh, BaUdlag, Davenport. Iswa
rive Fer Cent Paid oa Deposits.
atoasy Loaaed oa PsTaoosJ CoUatoraJ or Real Estate Becarlty.
i BefetSt, Pvaflseal.
rfoaa tMaaaga, Vies I
Bagaa wBsbMss is iy S, tSSS. se4 em of la.
B. B. ess. BUtsaal A Iaoew aaw seiisiaav
CONTRACTORS azid BUILDERS.
arncE astd 8Hor
r t i7? ei
wear, the dishes
uct at usjkc ut
. . .
ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO
Chronic, Nervous and
of both sexes.
ex should eoasult as
be able ta car. yoa. eofcl t
ayary a specialty
Incorporated Under th
B'ICK 18LASD. IU
1 M kt&Kaa.
B r BvlU
Mm U ur.
SJssiiel (ebMny Sea e swert sHce
saS ausfacass fsarai.4
Til TWELFTH STREET.