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s' THE ARtHJB, TOEBPAY. APRIL 19, 1898.
( PnbCihod Dally ud Weekly at MM Beeni
Avna,Rck bland, CI. Xatered at tbpot
eSc at Mcond-cliM matter.
In tbi Name or J. W. Potter.
TXRVS-DaCy, 10 casta per weak. Weekly,
tii)0 per annum; la ad ranee ll.SC
AU coaatanlcaUoBa of political or argnmeata
ttre caaracter, political or religion, must have
teal aaaa attached for publication. So suck
art lala will be printed erer fictUkns slgnatores.
OorreepoBdesce solicited Irom every township
!a Bock Ulaed eootty.
Tcisdat. Aran. 19, 1898.
Dsmocratle Coogrmlonal Convention.
Public notice Is hereby given that a demo
cratic convention Is called to meet at the
court house tn the city of Sock Island, Illinois,
at 13 o'clock noon of the 15th day .of
Jane A. D.. I, for the purpose of nominat
ing a democratic candidate for the office of
repreaentatlve for the Tenth Congressional
diatiiot. and to transact any other business
that may come before said convention.
The basis of representation at such conten
tion snail be one delegate for each two nun.
dred (2U) and excess of one hundred or more
democratic votes cast for Uryan and SewaU
In the election of IMA. The number of dele
rates allotted to each county in said Tenth
Congressional district Is as follows, to-wit-
Rnck Island. '.".'.'.'.'..a
iv mtesiae 14
finox . - 17
nn ............., .
CountV conventions in said Tnth rv.n.
atonal district will govern themselves accord
A. D. Hcesihg, Rock Island. 111.
R. II. Hikmak, Cambridge. 111.
UEoRbK M. Kameh, Aledo. I1L
D. W. Ross, La Fayette, I1L
C. C. Craig. Oalesburg, 111.
George Uasac, Fulton, 111. -Committee,
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the office of county superintendent of
schools, subjeot to the decision of the demo
cratic county convention.
D. W. Matthews.
The undersigned wishes to announce him
tcii a canaiaate tor tne democratic nomina
tion for sheriff of Rock Island county, and so
licits ins support oi nts menus.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
the office of sheriff of Rock Island county, sub
ject to the decLsion of the democratic county
convention. M. M. liRl,s.
Yielding to the wishes of my friends I have
consented to become a candidate (nnhiini
oorailo nomination for sheriff and invite the
support of those who think me worthy.
C. W. NEcrs.
Aequteslng to the requests of a number of
my friends. I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the shrievalty nomination, subject to
me acciaion of the democratic county con
Tentlon. a. D. Hcesinu.
Having determined to beoome a candidate
for the democratic nomination for county su
perintendent or schools, I hereby solicit the
support oi my menus looking to that end.
O. I. AlllitTOS
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
or the democratic nomination for county
superintendent of schools, subject to the de-
vision oi tne aemocratic county convention.
Chahi.ks C. Sv ishkii.
In accordance with the wishes nr a nun.hr
of my friends throughout the county, I hereby
announce my canuiaacy ror the county treas
uryshlp nomination, subject to the will of the
ucmocratio convention. u. c. toTMt.
To the delegates or the democratic conven
tlon for the nomination of candidates ror
county omces at the coming November dec
tlon: Gentlemen After a years' successful
teaching as principal or graded schools, and
having been chosen by the democrats in other
counties at two different times as nominee ror
the office or county superintendent or schools
I hope you will not think me too presumptuous
in aiming sucn nomination at your bands,
wnicn i uo. i;espectfully,
W. II. SHERMAH.
'Our eiMinirv riirht or wrong,'
I'lensc make this plain;
Add this unto our battle sonir:
KcuieuibiT jou the Maine."
"Kemembik the Maine."
Spain's total population is 18,
It seems to be a settled fact that
the Maine will be remembered.
Now that the president is about to
issue a call for volunteers, we mav
expect to see the war shouters among
me nrsi to go.
8iaix says that the sale of Cuba
would be the "sale of Spanish honor
Itself." Then the price' tag should
reaa l.va, markoa down from f.'
St. Louis Chronicle.
Yankee adaptaoilitv is proverbial
and Uncle Sam's naval reserves are
already taking to sea service as nat-
nraiiy ai u that bad been their regu
jar nusiness lor years.
Undoubtedly the constituents of
of U Globe for
.ira simiur tonpialnts,
uu iiitwtii aaacr l.iO sinnfft'nt
GERHlrl MEDICAL LiWS.
i a sprason ?ed 6TEunentpcyiciajn!
TJLa W IMAIIvrnffl
Vl UA. tlIL.niE.H2k
J'i I siitiiAn si
"or 14 rrnwnl ! ItrmsTlcsMy ucrwfnl !
'I !r , .1. T .1. M-.lr . t ,
V. Ad. Rklitrra.,lil'rtSC, rw lor'a.
31 HIGHEST AWARDS.
IS BrtocK Horn. Oira QUs&varlrs.
.VarahailA Fiaher.lSCS 2dAv.
Joha Benjraton, 1700 2d A'
.V . t. h. TBeaaaa.
"AJCCHOR" fTMAC HAL, bapt 'or
Congressman George W. Prince will
uo regaiea nowwnn jeuers irom turn
letting forth the imperative neces
sity, in view cf war, of his return to
Tbb secretarv of the navv hs hnpn
officially informed that Pennsylvania
i west Virginia coal companies
furnishing Spanish war shin
with coal at Havana, Porto Rico and
A t IRCCS COmDanvhBB pfferpri the
government 2j elephants for use in
viiDa. nun tne monkcT and thp
parrot alreadv in the island, the Chi
cago Jonrnal suggests, there ought
to be a very lively menagerie.
Tde Eliide, a new torpedo boat.
has jnst been given a trial trip, and
is pronounced tne lastest craft in the
world. She showed a mile in 1:35.
It is claimed she can travel from Ha
vana to Key West in three hours.
Spanish soldiers down in Cnba are
poorly clad, homesick, half-6tarved
boys, who ate never paid their
ges. uncie barn's soldiers will
give them something to eat when
tney get down there to brace them
up "before sending them home.
Under the action of the govern
ment it is no mark of patriotism to
do noistmg tte nag oi the Bo-called
Cuban republic in thi3 country.
There will be no Cnba libre flag until
uncie sam drives fcpain out. The
stars and stripes are good enough
for the people of this country, any
way. A New York audience the other
evening cheered "Dixie," when
Sousa's band swun? out of other na
tional airs into the full flush and
glory of this stirring old tune,
until through sheer exhaustion the
enthusiasm died. And down in the
sunny southland they cheer the gal.
lant ex-consul at Havana as "Yankee
TlIK Spanish admiral. Hnranrror
i . - 1
has been able to figure it out that
tne apanisn navy will easily win in
the event of war The basis of this
conclusion is that a panic will ensue
on board the American vesaola hk
soon as firing begins, while the
opauisu BBuorsnave aamiraoie cour
age and discipline. If Herancrnr in
not a dryland 'admiral, end if he
over guts wunin range oi a united
oianjB war crati, ne win nave occa
sion to raise hi3 estimate of the
Tns representatives in either
branch of congress who imagined
they were serving tnv class of con
stituents, except the Cuban bond
holders, in holding out for recogni
tion of the present Cuban govern
ment, greatly deceived themselves.
u the .United States must invade
Cuba, let it be entirely on her own
account, because of her own griev
ances, ana let her battalions be un
der the stars and stripes and not un
der the flag of Cuba libre or any
..i . - .
utuer turtitrn ensign.
One of the iirealest sourcos of sat
isfaotion at the present hour Is that
tne humbug Cuban junta in this
country has been taught that it can
not direct the affairs cf this govern
ment, or in other words, work the
united States. The bluff run? in
by this organization at the critical
moment Tn our negotiations with
Spain in hopes of iniimidating this
government into recognizing Cnba
at its present lorm of independent
government, was sufficient to dis
gust the most enthusiastic sympa-
tnizer with tne island patriots, it
has come to that point now where, if
the Cubans do not like the way the
united Mates do things, thev, too,
can get off the island, as Spain ,jvill
snortiy oe compelled to do.
The Irant-Mlsclaaliipl Kxposltlon.
E. Bosewater, manager of the De
partment of Publicity and Promo
tion; Z. T. Lindsev, chairman of the
executive committee, and F. IT. Bick-
ford, general eastern commissioner
for the Trans-Mississippi exposition,
have completed arrangements with
the superintendent of the mint, Phil
adelphia, lor commemorative med
als to be sold at the exposition
The medals, from 50,000 to 100,000,
according to the demand, will illuE
trate the growth of the west in i
novel way. The obverse will ehow
the face of a woman, a composite
portrait from photographs of select-
ea beautiful women of the states and
territories west cf the Mississippi,
Un the reverse there will be the
sketch of a mounted Indian in the
act of killing a Buffalo, and these
contrasting pictures on the two sides
of the medals are to indicate the
progress from rude to civilized con
ditions that a half century has
brought about. The medal will be
in some cases, perhaps, silver, in
others nickel, copper and brass.
Plans for state buildings at the
irans-oiisfcissippi exposition are com
ing in rapidly. The department of
publicity tas lust received the archi
tects' drawings of the Minnesota
building, the Montana building, the
Arkansas Duuaing, the Denver build
ing, and the Missouri building. The
plans for the proposed Iowa building
meet tne nearly approval oi the ex
position authorities. The Illinois
building is nearly completed with
the exception of the additional wing
made necessary for the accommoda
tion oi the fine art exhibit which IUi
nois will brine to the exposition,
The Wisconsin building is one of the
most complete state buildings
on the grounds. The Nebraska
building is practically complet
ed. The plana for the Detfver or
loioraao building have been ac
c?pted and the contract will b let
in a day or two. Plans for the
Georgia pine palace have been sub
mitted. It will be constructed
wholly of pine donated by the people
of Georgia. It is a handsome struc
ture. The Minnesota building will
be constructed on similar lines, of
unhewn Minnesota logs. The design
of the architect is most pleasing.
Plans for the Oregon building are
now being drawn and will be sub
mitted next week. Members of state
commissions of other states send as
sarances that plans for their state
buildings will be forthcoming within
a short time. It is highly probable
mat tne states oi ew xork and New
Jersey will construe; handsome
buildings at the Trans-M'ssissippi
exposition. Thirty-five states have
to da'e decided to participate
in the .exposition. In 30 of these
commissions have been appointed,
and reports from agents in the field
are to the effect that at least five
more states will be organized within
the next 10 days. The winter weath
er having beon most favorable, con
s .ruction work is far advanced and
is, progressing in the main court, the
bluff tract and the midway with
great rapidity. The great govern
ment building, 500 feet long, and the
pinnacle oi wnose dome is nearly 200
feet high, is nearly done. The man
agement finds it necessary to build
several annexes to accommodatn the
extraordinary demand fir txhibit
The Uistlngalsbed Lee Family.
ihe prominence of Gen. Fitzhugh
Lee for the last year or two and his
sensational return from his consular
post at Havana naturally attract at
tsntion to his history and that of his
lamiiy, which has been one of the
most distinguished in the country
since its earliest annals. The mem
bers of the. Lee family have been
among the greatest statesmen, sol
diers, writurs and patriots which
America has produced. The late
consul general at Havana appears to
nave inherited some of their most
interesting traits of character.
The founder of the family in this
country was Richard Lee, who was
born in England about 1590. He
held high civjl cflice in that country
ana settled in Virginia abent lulo
He wes secretary to Gov. Sir William
Berkeley and prominent among the
colonists. He ieit several sons and
grandsons, all of whom were active
in public life and participated in the
events which precipitated the revo
lutionary war. Kichard Henry Lee,
one oi the most conspicuous states
man of the revolution, was his great
granasou. rrancis Ligutioot Lie. a
signer of the declaration of inde'
pendeace, was another great-grand-
scn Henry Lee, the brilliant sol
dler popularly known as "Lightfoot
narry," one of the heroes of the war
of independence and the eulogiBt of
Washington, bold a similar relation
ship to the founder of the American
family. His son was Robert E. Lee,
the commanding genet al of the con
federate army. Fitzhugh Lee is the
nephew oi lien. U. J. Lee.
These names are only those of the
greatest note in the family. Ihirtv
or forty descendants of the first
American Lee held responsible sta
tiooB-in life and mingled in public
anairs. lhey served in the legiela
ture, in congress, in ether offices and
in the army. They all reflected
honor cn the name which thev bcre
In the civil war they were on the
confederate side, but their loyajty
and good citizenship since the war
c'.osed have illustrated the wise pol
icy cf the government in extending
Clemency to an who bad fought
against the flag, but had accepted
the terms of peace and fealty of the
The Charles Lee. an English ad
venturer who had a picturesque ca
reer in our revolutionary army in
eluding a quarrel with Washington
was no relative of the Virginia
Lees. ne was a cantankerons man
turbulent, insubordidate, ambitious
beyond his abilities, a braggart with
some qualities of the scamp. His
correspondence shows that he held
equivocal relations with the enemv,
His name never should be confounded
with these of his contemporaries de
sccnaed irom Kichard Lee.
The Pall Mall magazine is justly
famous for its illustrations, and the
Spring (April) number surely entitles
this magazine to the front rank
among illustrated periodicals. The
frontispiece to this issue is a repro-
. : j I . . ,
uucuuu, in pauiugravure, ov tne
femous Paris firm of Lemercier, of
Edmund Picard's salon picture.
"Gossip" an exquisite picture, well
worth framing. The contents of the
number are varied and interesting
atd the contributors include, as
usual, the foremost men and women
of the day.
Outing for April sustains the repu
tation of this best of sporting publi
cations. Many fine illustrations and
a pleasing selection of seasonable
sketches of sport, travel and adven
ture will satisfy readers of all tastes.
The number opens with an interest
ing description of tiger shooting
"Columbia's Athletics," by J. Parm
ley Paret; "Taxidermy for Sports
men," by Ed W. Sandys; "The Build
ing of Lawn Tennis Courts," and
With the Canadian Northwest
Mounted Police," are articles of pe
cn'iar interest. The cycling, yacht
ing, fishing shooting, travel, and fic
tion departments are admirably
filled. The editorial and record de
partments are interesting and carry
Ta oat a OoM km (lata Oaf.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. AU druggists refund the money
If it fulls to cure. 25c The genuiae
has L. B Q. on each tablet
A Scientific Discovery.
Neuralgia and Rheumatism
Can Be Cured.
Morrww'i Kldntolda Bwtor the Ktdst
to Taelr Raton 1 f Sound Coadltlor,
Olvlos: Kncwrd LU aad
Vlin ta tlM Htrawa
Neuralgia is a. nervcts affnttioi
rheumatism a disease of the muscles
and joints. Both result from unna
tural deposits in the bloo 2. Pri m ar
ily there is a resemblance hntwopn
the two, but in their present appli-
caiion tney are a mine t.
Many reasons are advanced for the
canses of neuralgia and rheumatism,
out u is conceded that thy are in
duced by a complication of causes,
superinduced bv some primary first
cause. The maioritv cf those whn
make a specialty of these sfil.ciinns
are plain in asserting that inadequate
kidney functions ate indirectly, if
nus uirecuy, tne cause or lour-
hfths of nenralgio and rheumatic
m : .
John Morrow, the pre at Ampripan
chemist, was amours the first tn r.
alize that diieaned kidneys are the
-i , , ,
prima cause oi neuralgia ana rheu
matism. As a result of his invest!.
gation he evolved the formula for
nis great and only kidnevenre Mor
row's Kidneoids the yellow tablets.
Morrow's Kidneoids are nnn nf
the greatest discoveries of mniiarn
times, appreciate! ny an classes and
cuuuiuuLB oi people ana recognized
everywhere as a standard nrenara-
tion for all complications, lesnlting
from broken down and fnnctionless
kidneys. l'hvsic?ans were loth at
first to ascribe such a prominent
place to Morrow's Kidneoids, but,
when the proof of remarkable cures
were lorinooming on every aide, no
thoughtful person could restrain
their admiration for a remedv an
ubiDiui in oases mat bad inner hf
fled medical skill.
The fame of Morrow's KidnenMa
has created a demand tor them
everywhere and they are novf sold
uy an aeaieri lor ao cents a box. six
boxes being sold for 2.50. If for
any reason the dealer cannnt snnni
... . --rrv
you, iney wiu ne sent postpaid on
receipt of the price by the Herb Med
ioidb company, pnngueid, Uhlo.
Chai. B liver. Manager.
Special Engagement of
Thursday Evening, April 21
X 25, 35, 50 75c
Grand Children'! Matinee from 4:10
to 5:30 p. ni. Matinee
This company of colored artists
are recognized as among the best in
the country. A treat for the lovers
of good singing.
We have the Best Equipped
Repair Shop in the west
And all kinds of job work. We alio
carry a complete line of guns and
218 Seventeenth St. Market Square.
GET THE BEST
Sewer Pip 3.
All Work Guaranteed-
109 THIRD AVENUE
Are not always obtainable, even at some of the bigger
tores. Onr stock inolndes a variety of neat styles
all the latest creations, made for comfort as well ti
style. Don't be led astray into purchasing odds and
WRIGHT & BKRBER
lOlO SECOND -A"VE3SrT7E.
rANTF.IV-A COMPETENT GIRL AT IMT
antkd-h:iri. por;en ral Hoist
work al r.'jn Kiflb avenue.
rANTKD-A r.liSL FOR GENERAL
Housework si .c Mnth street.
TANTKD-A COMPETENT CIRt, FOR
cent ral housework al 1134 Ttilrd ave
TANTEO-A FIRST CLASS IMSIXO
t room clr! al Toe Sttti:. ' fc'j'i Twenti
rANTFl-TOREXT AS 8 OR 10 ROOM
motlern koute May 1 or before. Aadrev
X A Bi.Ch office.
TANTET-AGENT3 TO CANVASS FOR
f Ihe -Life of Frances E. Willard." Ad
dress G 1. Tn k A aor
UT A NTKIt - HOrSECLKAXlXS OR
wushinir ami inuiliiir hy the day. lit
'Hiire al 60j Tenth street.
A T ANTED HOARDERS: CHOICE ROOMS
and board, with all modern conven
iences, J-.-Jfi Fourth avenue.
rAXTED-;Hl. FOR GENERAL HOrS
" work. Ueferenr required. Mrs. 11.
F. Hall, Kit Twentieth street.
WTANTED A HOCSKKEEPER OK MITV
TV d.e Sll'divh IwjIv nM.fuwMl fall
at MS Eighth street after A p. m.
WANTED -IViSITIOX AS A STEXi
rupher by a onir Iwlv. Gnid refer
ences. AUlre li' A Kurs nrllce.
TANTED-A RESPECTA HLE MIDDLE-
V aired laly forboii'-ekeepvr la md11 1am
lly. A4dreh.i..care of Thk Abi.us.
WTANTED-A CONfPETENT SECOND
v nirl. Apply at Mra. Vorris Rownlleld s.
Sixth avenue acd Nineieemh street.
W 'ANTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL
nnuseworK. Aoplyrrom 7 to S p u
Mrs. J. S. SVUbert. UM Second avenue.
UfANIED-A COMPETENT GIRL FOR
wxticral homework. Apply to Mr.
L. M. Drack, 1100 Twenty Second street.
WANTED-!. ELI A W.E AND INDI'8
trloua men for canvassing and collect
intr. Seed name and address to "M. 64." An
WANTED GOODS TO STORE IN CHE A P,
elean and light sioratre rooma. wlio ele
rator at l(bs3 Seeond avenue. Johnni Jooea.
Two rings oa 1347.
WrA N TED AGENTS TO SELL OCR f IUS
' u rest- in kww isisno and vicinity
Perrcanent position for the ritrht man. The
Canlleld Oil company, Cleveland. Ohio
ANTED GENTLEMAN OR LADY
who can give bond, to take charge of a
bu-lnes in Kock Inland. One man cleared
over Ss.mo last year. The Plciua Novelty com
pany, lliiua. Ohio.
W A NTEO RELIABLE MEN T3 TACK
up advertising a!gns: llJSO weekly
steady work. Send 10 cents for postage, aaa
pie. eie. Young MHIlclne company, Silt NorJi
Colorado street. Itilladelphia. Pa.
1 T A XTFD AGENTS AND SALESMEN
TV ft a day plating tableware: new pro
cess: Cbsta but 6 cents to plate one doen
knives to wear five yerK. Send s, eeeu f-w
formula. Winkler Chemical company. St.
WTANTED-LOC A L E EPRES ENT A TI V E
10 esiaoasn agency Mr aa.'e of Interest
In a Mexican erflee. rubber and chocolate
Plantation except tonal opportunity : big money
investigate. Address Iu3 No. I0U Waalilcgton
street, C'hicaco. 111.
TANTED AT RTCK ISLAND 4 OR
T good mentosollell Children's Irovidei.t
miwt iiinuiiuoc mjniciLiDK new: sieaay work
to ri-hl men. Call on general agent from to
a m- or sto u p. n. at Ahara restaurant or
uurcsa t'. u. imjx JUO.
WTAN"rKI-AGKNTS TO SKI.L TH E FCL.
TT ler fruit buller. It bulla sirawbcrres.
currants, eto No cursor boles to nil un aatea
ttnie and ialwtr Berfel in nrMtinfi r.t.. . m
liy all us'ol-them Sample ls one d'wo o
een-.c. Ut-o bupply company, Ltcpk VC fetatia a
UrANTED ENGAGEMENTS TO PLAY
tit (.hmm. t.m 1 I 1 1 . - I. . .
mem. who guarantees good music Henry
n rc.it g. prunipier. aisi itimtsn violin and
hiano muaic. No. " Seventeenth street, tel.
pbone 3 on I'M.
TASTED TO LOAN MONET ON DIA
1 moods, watches. Jewelry, nardwara.
Buccal lnstrameota, blevolee. olottuif, dry
f(xy.s, furniture, ew. Ulcbest eash price
jaid for second band goods of all kinds also,
roe above goods for sale at half aba naval
tore prices. A U baslneaj transactions strletly
sorbdentiai. Bis new number and location.
1621 Second A venae. Don's lorgatla. J. W
lone. Two rliurs oath'.
TOR BALE HORSES. AWNINGS AND
show cases. W. c. Maucker.
R SALE SIX LOTS NEB 10W2 S300
eaco. uoraon & ttowman.
PR SALE-FIVE ACRES FOB SALE
A- cheap. Near town. Gordon llowmaa.
tjX)K SALE-REAL ESTATE NOW EARN
J- mg lu per cent on the investment, la
4uire of Thomas bmart, 715 Tbu-i avenue.
tX)R SALE-COAL IN ANT QTJANTTTT
A. of W bushel or ovrr at CH per Km, de
livered C. o. D. to any part of th city. Leave
orders at C laBmtiai phi tisrtstseos. Boek
lalsnd, or taos James, Muan.
reds at a sl0it r.
m m . .
duction when yon
can have the sea-
oa's choicest offerings at reasonable price i.
Come View Our Stock
LADIES' SPRISG STILE t.
GEXTLF.MKX'3 SPRING 8(TI.E4.
6HOEJ 1X)R EVERY BOOT AT EVERY raiCT-
bam Am affaV JL4V AA. JkJk 1W l VI H 'JU 11 Am
LOR SALE LOT ROfTHEART CORNER
Twentjr lMdircel and Math avenue
rvHfmtl. W'Uxiioi, ewr inm Adorn
T. J. Uaii.la. i Main street, fci. Louis. iu.
"POR BAI.E-tT ROT-THRAST CORKKR
- Twentverndatrrex ami N41U1 avenue
ttfont irn. Will ivil no ea.f Kru. Ad-rt-fssT.
J. H:j.ia.liii'M.n Mrcet, bi Louis
TjOR SALE A NEAT OFFICE CA1HXFT
arllh about flOd'Scrcni ;ides. xiitati' lor
tiling Inral blanks or any Oescrlptmb of papers
In flat form to be kept In tbse for writing.
A comprehensive It.lci oonnccved. Justu.e
thiol for any ofllce with contracts, etc.. to
Lie. Address ILLCetn of Tbc a aota.
"POR SALFW ELLESTATtLlSIIKD IU SI-
... -..-i,.r aWuv r.ss jier atiTium: 10
rated on the p-ost prominent etrncr tn the
citvof San Antotilo !.( cars pans the t.t
every day: oce third tlna claM farming lands
loVus-Hiri or Kansas, balance cash or Its
equivalent Address CoL J. A. Itrt.Uey. Iffiu
r- Houston street. San Antonio. Tex.
IVR SALE A NCMHFR OF VACANT
lots In &inncfs addition: err central;
within easy reach of the government ar-cnl,
most of the larue vhp tn Monne and the
rttundhouse of the Chicago. Kock Island A Pa
Cil.C railroad. Ativone l.avlnirLua rrmA oafc
can buy one or all of them at a bargain. A lo
f..'.e? lte. A (.ply to F. M. bionet. aJut
IjlOR REXT-THE STORE ROOM AT 110
-"- t ntiu avenue. Apply v. Uauber.
R PEST-A NICE SKiXIM COTTAGE
to Douw nock island. W. C. M sucker
pO!t RF.NT-HOrSE AT FOOT OFMOI.IXE
venuo rdq -i wcaty-lhlra street. Apply
POSREXT-TWO NICELY FI'MNISIIEII
rooms, gas. r.si. heat, with Is'ard. Cen
traily located. TK Sevcccentb sirtel.
rOR KENT TRN.notlM Iini-sv isr ru
- lower end of the ally. In good repair and'
itui tvinuDiuie. au at isiu oecond avetaie.
1Ait Rf.NT - EIGHT ROOM HOCSR,
Thirteenth alrcct and Hcaond avenue.
Rcntl xi Apply to E. IL blaOord at J ackstra
a. iiurst aoruce.
WT'R'TE TO FCXTON YEAGLKY.
TT lienton. Tex.. If yoa hare aoooucia,
notes or judgments vs. Texas parties that SOS
desire settled or euotpromlsed.
JAfMES-I MAKE-It Id WAGFH AT HOVE
and want all to have the aaroaj opportu
nity. The work is very vleasant and will eas
iy pay f weekly. This Is r.o deceptioa. I
want ao money and will gladiv seed full pat
ticulsn to all sending stamp. Mlsa M. A. bieb
bio. Lawrence. Mich.
ttl WEEK1.Y. HVK RAI.ESMEN
f 1 wanted for our new patented
l"-ceot ronsumrrs' article, only wboie
sale to sell at sight to every store aad bartr
shop. tl&-A weekly salary by eoetract.
Kcnd for pamoulsnt and l value samples only
.'4 cents, to value l : 11: only Money order.
Davenport Consumers' Manufactunrg com
pany, lavenp9rt. Iowa.
IP.EE TEA PET LADIES, FEND FS
your full address plainly written, and we
will express jou 74 of ntir exiulslte Arabian
I'm fx. mo packets to sell aniocg frienda. at l
cenueaclt: whea sold, remit us two anuney
m ss ex prest charges) and w e 111 send yoa a
bcauilf ul deeoraied china tea art of M pieces
for your trouble, f.tll sire for family nse Name
neais,t expn ss office and address. AraUaa
I'erfainj eompscy. ilrtd.e water, Cona.
GENT. WAN! ED - MCRAT II AL
J stead s great warlnw.k. ' tur ouat ry la
War.-' and our relation with torrlra B a. tons
A II about on army. aavy. eoaat defense, trie
Maine disaster. Spain, her army, aavy and de
fenses. All about Cuba, her relations to the
I'nlttd States and her defense All about the
arm ie and navies of all other nations, atsl
t.. thev wiu act in cur tight witk Soia
Krer rfs pages. Marnlliecnt lllustrstkttis.
pttolocraphs. et. fine arcat old In one
dsv: others are making : in per day. Most
llierl terms guaranteed, 30 dav credit, price
low (r"lghl paid. Handsome outl.l free.
Send li cent stamp to "ay posiai-e. Na
tional rducallonai L'nioa.2.'l Ucaruora street.
Mmts aa4 AlLsr lm.L.g.
"I i'" at avsaal rMiaithrts,:aa.i.la.
piiT aw-r si'ii'ii
w - . - n - ay w v-sij-ay sjf
waaslXAI. UlblCUS, CO.
rfv4tt eavtr i 4
tm ai by A. J. R da, drag t, Itae Ulsnd
W I i-'jW VI", y
Good wine an 1 liiiuors are today mora
idflr, u4 tiaptitlv, Dior wlsr'v asetl thai
at anytime tn Hie wmid't titator. Tl
cause I it la 1 lie recognition of It brneu'a
to tha hutnsn aj-'drra. Man U proritf by
exneairace iu rn.pn- uaea, and all must
cotKssj pure jiuira prevent dleM and
help retfjr iu rsvage. wine and whisky
are a hmlthfu! mimnlant to the menial an 1
moral actlvitlea. Without bodily health.
yoa are uo rtor ta the world s force.
You mar know that yon can secure aJwtjf
tlie purest and always the cheapest tn any
(jouiiitr tot mty rexiulre at oar tote, Ui
ouly wholesale house tn the city dlspanalug
(ooai airert to the consume. Our epeclal
tiea are TO SAVE YOU MONEY" aid
give yoa pure and unadulterated good.
Open eveulnp until 10 o'clock.
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t a Bam
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year Vowm as U( tl Intmn.
Insurance and Leans.
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wata cities by Int Claetrss iHra. kaar
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Estf waMttwe distanc wCR. I. f, dupsA. yard
ad rewsd . al .$. Arsenal and prmcwai
at ia tact sets.
the saves lets Indicated by efcsdis le ssese plel
will a a SI ai er lew ana II takaa seen.
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w I. real 0os aitck, Meiite. Rl,
ire the most fatal of all
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1 GUARANTEED remedy
Lr money refunded. Con
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