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THE ABGUS, SATUBDAT;-APBIL 30, 1898.
Published Dally and Weekly at 14 Second
Avenue, Rock bland, EL Entered at tbe
Postofflce as Second-class matter.
IJC THE HAKE OF J. W. POTTER.
TERMS Dally, 10 eenu per week. Weekly,
tton per annum; In advance 11.60.
c All communication of political or argumen
tative character, political or religious, must
are real name attached for publication. No
suca srticle will be printed over, fictitious Joig
Bstures Correspondence solicited from every town
thlp In Kock bland county.
.Sattbdat, April 30, 1898,
IN HOC SIGNO VINCES-
Democratic Congressional Convention.
Public notice Is hereby given that a demo
cratic eonventioa Is called to meet at the
eourt house In the city of Rock Inland, Illinois,
at IS o'clock noon of tba 15th day t
June A. D.i 1888, for the purpose of nominat
ing a democratic candidate for the office of
represents tire for the Tenth Congressional
dlatr1et,aad to transact any other business
that may some before said convention.
The basis of representation at such eonven
tion shall be one delegate for each two hun
dred (300) and assess of one hundred or more
democratic votes east for Bryan and Bewail
la the election of lone. The number of dele
gate allotted to each county la said Tenth
congressional district Is as follows, to-wlt:
Rook Island, g
wni testae 14
County conventions In said Tenth Congres
sional aiatrtct will govern themselves accord
A. D. Huauso, Rook Island, I1L
R. IL Hmn, Cambridge, I1L
GanaGS M. Earns, Aledo, I1L
D. w. Ron, La Fayette, 111.
C. 0. Cbaio, Oalesburg, 111.
Gnoses IUhbsc, Fulton, III.
Democratic County Convention,
All democratic voters and those who
favor the Chicago plalfoim, are requested to
send delegates to a county convention to be
held at tbe court bouse In the city of Rock
Inland on tbe Sftth day of May, lHMt, at I o'clock
p. m., for the purpose of electing 23
delegates to the democratic congres
sional convention, and to select S3 del
egates to a senutoriul convention and if it
be the pleasure of tbe convention to express a
preference for a candidate for minority repre
sentative. To nominate candidates for county
officers. Judge, clerk, sheriff, treasurer and
superintendent of schools; also to select a
chairman of county central committee. The
representation will be one delegate for each
25 votes, and one additional for every major
iracuon tnereor in each ward of the cities.
town or voting precinct of tbe county at the
presidential election of 10 for Bryan and
Tbe caucuses are advised to he held Wrlair
May 20. 1HUH. at 8 o'clock Dm. In RrwLr Klnni
and Moline, South Kock Island and South Mo-
llne. Black Hawk. Cool Valley. Port IHmn and
Cordova, and In all other towns at i p.m. of tbe
same day. At caucuses In esch ward of tbe
cities and voting nrecinct nf town, thnw
present should select a precinct chairman to
be ex-offlclo a member of the county central
The representation shall be as follows:
- Coal Valley
Third ward ,
Slith ward ,
Third ward ,
rtrn Byron .
South Rock Island!.".
urand total. im
iaieu at Mollne, April 14. I ay
. . W. R Monti.
Chairman County t'entral Committee.
M. J. M Ksmr.
Secretary County Central Committee.
I hereby anaounee myself as a eaadldata
for the office of oounty superintendent of
aaaooia, sanies, to tcs decision of the demo
ratle oounty convention. -
P. W. Mattsiws.
The naderslmed wishes to anno usee him
self a candidate for the damoeraUe nomlna
Ilea for sheriff of Rook Island oounty, and so
il cits the support of his friends.
I hereby aanounoe myself a candidate for
the offioe of sheriff of Rook Island oounty, tub
)et to the decision of the democratic county
eoaveatioa. M. M. Baiooe.
Tleldlog to the wishes of my friends I hart
aoaaeated to beooaa a candidate (or the d em
emtio aomlaatioa for aberlff subject to the
decision of Ihs democratic oounty convention.
C. w. Nni.cs.
AOQolealng to the requests of a number of
my mends, I hereby announoe myself a eaadl
date for tbe shrievalty nomination, subject to
the dechrioa of the democratic county eoa
TwnUoo. A. tt Hcasisa.
Having determined to become a eaadldate
for the demooratie nomination for county sa
Serinteadent of schools. 1 hereby soUeit the
Support of say friends looking to that end,
O. L ADOITOII.
I heraby announce myself as a eaadldate
mr tba demoeratlo nomination for oounty
aupartatendent of schools, subject to the de-
i of tba aessoeratie county eoaventfoa.-
Ckablss C. Bwisarca. t
la aocorJsaes with the wkthes of number
at my trlaada throughout uia ootttV, I aertby
Mu.otu.ee my aandldsey for the county treae
nryshlp nomination, subject to the will of the
aemocratie eonvestion. c. C Cot:
To the delegates of the democratic conven
tion for the aomlnatkn of candidates for
oounty offloes at the coming November elec
tion: Gentlemen After 2 years' suooeasful
teaching as principal of graded schools, and
having been chosen by the democrats la other
counties at two different times as nominee for
the office of county superintendent of schools,
I hope you will not think ma too presumptuous
in asking such nomination at your hands,
which I do. Respectfully,
W. H. Shxrmaw.
Bishop Worthi.noto.v, (Episcopal.)
of Nebraska, U in New York under
treatment for heart trouble.
The general assembly has decided
in favor of Toledo as the next place
for holding the Ohio centennial expo
sition in 1902.
Harkv A. Garfield, one of the sons
of the martyred president, has just
been elected president of the Cleve
land chamber of commerce.
Senator Perkins, of California, is
the practical sailor of congress. He
was the master, of a New England
ship, and is the head of a iirm of ship
owners, and has lmen all his life iden
tified with shipping and maritime in
terests. According to recent Russian sta
tistics, there are now 17,605 factories
in the empire, with an annual produc
tion valued at 1,467,000,000 roubles.
In these factories there are emploved
949,044 workmen and 264,030 women
FoCR thousand Cubans have al
ready come In to Havana from the
field to offer their services to Spain
against the United States, havinir de
serted the insurgent columns. The
former relel brigadier, Masso Parra,
the Benedict Arnold of the Cuban
revolution, is enlisting these men and
others as rapidly as he can.
The oflicers of the captured Span
ish ships In some instances came up
with hands outstretched for handcuffs
and expected to lie Wiled in oil or at
least burned at the stake. . The chief
thing the matter with Spain is that
she has absolutely no conception of
modern civilization. Neither had the
Indian who lassoed the locomotive.
Henry W. Watterson, editor of
the Louisville Courier-Journal, savs:
'In the first place Cuba must le free,
Second, Spain must answer, and an
swer to ns for her treachery and in
humanitr. Third, the world must le
taught that the United States of
America is a nation with the biggest
kind of a capital N." Then, and not
until then, is Mr, Watterson willing
to have peace.
Eyes of the World Are I' port Him.
Commodore Dcwev, who has sailed
for Manila with hostile intentions, has
a record as a lighter. He got out of
Annapolis in good time to take a hand
in the war letween the States. He
hails from Vermont. He was at
tached to the West Gulf squadron in
the early part of the war, and was at
the capture of New Orleans in 1862.
He had engagements lielow Donald-
sonville in 1863; was attached to the
North Atlantic blockading squadron.
and participated in two attacks on
Fort Fisher. He became a lieutenant
commander in 1865, a commander in
182, a captain in 1884, and subse
quently was promoted to lie commo
dore, lie is at the head of a formul
able fleet of modern ships,
Ills Battle Song.
John Philip Sousa has written a
lyric to Ins march, "J he Stars and
Stripes Forever." It will le sung
with musical accompaniment when
the March King" goes on tour. The
lyric is as follows:
Let martial note
In triumph (lost.
And liberty extend Its mighty hand,
A flog appears.
'Mid tnund ruus cheers.
The banner of the western land.
Tbe emblem of tbe brave and true.
Its folds protect no tvrant crew.
Tbe red and while and starry blue.
Is freedom's shield and hone.
Other nations may deem their flags the best.
Ami rarer inem wun lemo elation.
But the flag of tbe north and south and west
Is the flag of flags; the flog of freedom's nation.
for the flog of the free:
May It wave as our standard forever;
Tbe gem of the land and tbe sea.
The banner of the right.
Let despots remember tbe day
When our fathers with mighty endeavor
Proclnim d as thev march, d to the fray.
That by their might.
And by their riirtat.
It waves forever.
Where the Line Should be Drawn.
It is unfortunate, extremelv so,
that all this time there should be so
much disagreement and feelino
throughout the country as to the
rights that should be rronerlv acennl-
ed state troops entering the federal
service, ana inose in command of
them. That there is involved a line
of distinction as to how far and when
the regulars should be assigned to the
command of the volunteers there can
le no question. That as far as possi
ble the organized militia should be
kept intact in its several organiza
tions and under the oflicers who hv
drilled and are responsible for their
respective commands is also reasona
ble. Where an officer raispa a. mm.
pany of volunteers and takes them to
the front, he is permitted to command
the company he installs and leads and
his qualifications are not alwavs
taken into consideration. Why not
then should the volunteer officers
of the state in ilitia. who in time of
peace as well as in war. works with
and drills the company, whose confi
dence his station indicates he enjoys,
be permitted to continue in his com
mand? Bat there is a point where
tUisTli'kA gf Fistula! AGIIrtaMAila ? aw Im. a
ptitutea fbrMymics. That is -in the
nisrner ranks of jeltl rnmmnilrr
where the advantages which trainirigj
afford , should lie utilized. . There
skill and experience should be the
absolute considerations. That skill
and experience may have come from
the military" academy or advance
ment through the ranks of the state
militia: it mav lie the exiienence of
responsibility in actual warfare, but
these requisites should bethe prompt
ings.. It 13 on this very point that the
trouble hasansen. Gov. Tanner, of Ill
inois, and other patriots-for-pplitics
only have exjected the government to
consider their political graft and en
trust them tocommandstor which thev
are manifestly unlit and unqualified,
and failing. .. have held indignation
meetings among their officers and
men. It is the unseemlv attempt to
force politics into matters that con
cern the general welfare of the nation
in times of international discord,
when every sense of propiety. to sav
nothing of patriotism, should dictate
political abnegation and personal self
A Carious Legal Decision.
The following anecdote is sent by a
Kentucky correspondent, who says it is
the exact truth :
"A young man who had not fonnd it
convenient to pay a tailor's hill was
brought up on a creditor's bill by the
cruel tailor before a very kind hearted
vice chancellor, who liked the youth.
He was handsomely dressed and wore a
costly diamond stud in his shirt bosom,
but declared under oath that he had no
property except his wearing apparel.
The tailor's lawyer claimed that a dia
mond stud was not an article of exempt
apparel and asked for its surrender, but
the jndge ruled that the diamond but
ton held the parts of the shirt together
and its removal would lead to indeoent
exposure of the person. Then tbe law
yer urged that tbe shirt was of a new
kind which buttoned in tbe back, but
the judge met this by saying: 'The pre
sumption of tbe law is that shirts but
ton in front, and the court does not ju
dicially know that shirts ever button in
the back. The court will not require
the defendant to submit to an examina
tion to rebut the presumption.' And so
the diamond remained in the bosom
which cherished it."
How Punch aad Judy Came to England.
The heyday of the puppet show in
England was during the last century.
Long before then strolling showmen
had exhibited "drolls" or "motions"
as the English puppets were known in
the early days to crowds of gaping
rustics, but it was not until the time of
Steele and Addison that the puppet show
became a fashionable amusement, pat
ronized by upper tendom.
Pulcinella came to London in 1666,
when an Italian puppet player set up
his booth at Charing Cross and paid a
small rental to the oversews of St Mar
tin's parish. His name was at once
Englished into Punchinello, which was
soon to be completely Anglicized as
Punch. Harper's Magazine.
To Care a Cold in One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. 25 cents. The
genuine has L. 11. Q. on each tablet.
I'Ues! Piles! Piles!
Dr. Williams Indian Pile Ointment
will cure blind, bleeding and itching
piles when all other ointments have
failed. It absorbs the tumors, allays
the itching at once, acts as a poultice,
gives instant relief. Or. Williams'
Indian Pile Ointment is prepared only
for piles and itching of the private
parts, and nothing else. Every box
is warranted. Sold by druggists or
Sent by mail on receipt of price, 50
cents aud 1 per box.
Williams Manufacturing Co.,
Proprietors, Cleveland Ohio.
Sold by M. F. Bahnsen, Druggist.
Glad Tidings to Asthma Sufferers.
Foley's Honey and Tar gives quick
and positive relief in all cases. Sold
by T. T. Thomas.
Diphtheria, sore throat, croup. In
stant relief, permanent cure. Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Sold by
Marshall & Fisher.
Subscribe for The Argus.
TEN REASONS WHY THE
Leonard ' Cleanable Refrigerators
EXCEL ALL OTHERS.
1st. They discharge cold air into the ice box.
.,- 2d. The flues are removable for cleaning. ....
3d. The locks are air-tijht.
4th. The ice racks are metallic.
5th. The shelves are metallic.
6th. There are eight walls to preserve the ice.
7th. They do not sweat.
8th. The traps will not fall out of the waste pipe.
9th. They are made of hard wood, elegantly carved and ornamented.
10th. . Water from accidental leakage is returned to waste iiiiie: this
insures Uieir durabilitv.
FOR SALE BY
Those) Who Heed the First Symp
toms of Nervous Derangement.
Special from Mrs. Pinkham.
A dull, aching pain at the lower part
of the back and a sensation of little
rills of heat, or chills running down
the spine, are symptoms of . general
If these symptoms are not accompa
nied by leucor-
It is worse
toms. Any wo
man of com
mon sense will
take steps to
She will realize that
her generative system
is in need of help, and
that a good restorative medicine is
a positive necessity. It must be a medi
cine with specific virtues. As a friend,
a woman friend, let me advise the use
of Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable
If your case has progressed so that a
troublesome discharge is already es
tablished, do not delay, take the Veg
etable Compound at once, so as to tone
up your whole nervous system; yon
can get it at any reliable drug store.
You ought also to use a local applica
tion, or else the corrosive discharge
will set up an inflammation and hard
ening of the parts. Mrs. Pinkham's
Sanative Wash is put up in packets at
25 cents each. To relieve this painful
condition this Sanative Wash is worth
its weight in gold.
Mb8.Geobok W. SHEPABD.Watervliet,
N. Y., says : " I am glad to state that
I am cured from the worst form of fe
male weakness. I was troubled very
much with leucorrhoea, bearing-down
pains and backache. Before using
Mrs. Pinkham's Remedies it seemed
that I had no strength at all. I was
in pain all over. I began to feel better
after taking the first dose of Vegetable
Compound. I have used five bottles,
and I feel like a new woman. I know
if other suffering women would only
try it, it would help them."
If some people would laugh mare
their doctors' bills would be less.
MADE ME A MAN
posmvKi.v rims: a
M, mor, IiuimtFticr. Sleriilem
omw. eic, rauM-d bj Abuse and
other Kifewies am tdlxm
tlona. They quirk!? and
uily rtnt..r Lout vitality In
IJ or fouii. aud fit a man toe
ludy, t,ulues w marnagtt.
tiwi If t.-ilton in Unix. Tlirlr ue
s:ow lmmellie Improvement
aiv iirci a THK where
nsvtnr tne gennlm Am Iablkts. Tuct have curt-d
UmuMijdasiiJ will euro yon. We poitiv wrTtEu
guarantee; i effect a euro In earn caae or refund tbe
pi"!?' Price 60 cent per (;. aire, or fit oarkaees
(lull treatment) fors&fti. By mall, in plain wrapper.
AJAX REMEDY C0Jffil-
For Ml 1s HocH Island by John Bmsston
ran Mar nail m wimnmr arnirriavsj
Beware of Imitations
jomi Dtmc-t sons, tmm. nv vomc.
a Pretty Neat
Are not always obtainable, even at some of the biggs
tores. Oar stock includes variety of neat styles
all the latest creations, made for comfort as well at
ityle. Don't be led astray into purchasing odds and
WRIGHT & BKRBER
ANTED A COMPETENT GIRL AT 1817
t ilth avenue.
WAXTED-GIRLS TO LEARN tiLOVE
work at liennett'H.
WANTED -A GIRf. FOR GENERAL
bouse wore at xo Second avenue.
JANTKD-TO TRADE A BICYCLE FOR
shotgun. "W. H., cureAKiil'H.
ANTED DRESSMAKINO AT 1S
rmn-anu-a-nulf avenue. Satisfaction.
ATANTED-TO RENT AN 8 OR 10-ROOM
v V modern house May 1 or befor. Address
x Aaucs office.
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR
housework. Inquire at Dr. DeSilva'x
WANTED FEW GENTLEMEN ROOMERS,
with hoard if desired. Central location.
Address -M. E. H.," AHci'i
WANTED BOARDERS: CHOICE ROOMS
ard board, with all modern conven
iences, i!6 Fourth avenue.
Y7AXTED - HOUSE AND CARPET
v v cleaning done reasonably by Mm
Charles Miller. 31 1 Tenth street.
WANTED A RESPECTABLE MIDDLK
atred lady for housekeeper in small fam
ily. Address Z, care of Tbi Abucs.
WANTED AT ONCE. A (XX D. STRONO.
Swedish irl t" work in a store. Cull at
once at llii Sixteenth avenue. Moliue.
WANTED A 6-ROOM HOfSE IN ROCK
Island, centrally locuted. Address 11
W. Newton. M6 Nineteenth street, Moline.
TtTANTED RKLJAHI.E AVn Tvnr-a.
' trious men for canvassing and collect
ion, necu name ana aaaress to M. so, A tt
T ANTED GOODS TO 8 TORE IN CHEAP,
v v elein and light storage rooms, with ele
vator at lezs Seoond avenue. Joonay Jooea
Two rings on 1347.
"IITANTED - A GIRL FOR GENERAL
VT housework In fumilv of two. Good
waires paid to capable person. Apply Mrs.
M. M. Sturgeon. 1011 Nineteenth street. Call
between the hours of U and 3.
YTANTED GENTLEMAN OR LADY,
v v who can give bond, to take charge of a
business In Rock Inland. One man cleared
over S5.000 last year. The Piqua Novelty com
pany. Pique, Ohio.
WANTED RELIABLE MEN TO TACK
up advertising signs: S1Z.&0 weekly;
steady work. Send 10 cents for postage, aam
ple, etc. Young Mxdiclne company, 2429 North
Colorado street, Philadelphia, Pa.
WA NTED AGENTS TO SELL THE FTJL
ler fruit huller. It hulls strawberries,
currants, ets No cupsor boles to nil up. saves
time and labor, perfect in operation, endorsed
by all using them. Sample loo: one dozen AO
cents. Gem Supply company, Dept. 05, Button
WANTED ENGAGEMENTS TO PLAY
for dances by J. J. Baker (with Otto's
men), who guarantees good music. Henrv
W ehling. prompter. Also furnish violin and
hiano music No. 700 Seventeenth street, tel
pbone 3 on 1341.
TTHJR SALE-SIX LOTS NEAR TOWN
a. eacn. uoraon a Bowman.
T7TOB SALE FIVE ACRES FOR SALE
-- cneap. is ear town. Gordon Bowman.
FOR SALEA SET OF CARPENTER'S
flMllv VtrV FllSl.in.lllu Vau 1 ' '...-- .
M Fifteenth street.
pK)R SALE REAL ESTATE NOW EARN
A lng 10 per eent on the investment. In
quire of Thomas Smart, 716 Third avenue.
FOR SALE THE REAR PART OF L.
felder or Hudson A Parker, corner First ave
nne and Seventeenth street.
"ClOR SALE 3HS-ACRE FARM: ROCK ISL
A. and county: t per acre: will take part
trade in a small farm, or other realtv. W
ClaL'hkex. Davenport, Iowa.
CK)R BALE COAL IN ANY QUANTITY
A of to bushels or over at K M per ton, de
livered C. O. D. to any part of the city. Leave
orders at Ontmrwrelal bnnae barbershop. Rock
Island, or Enoa James, Milan.
FOR SALE A RESIDENCE OF SEVEN
rooms: well appointed, with modern mm.
veniences. A good location tor a physician
or comfortable home for a businew man
Good yard, and convenient to street cars. Ad
ore U. S:, THE AUG US.
TjlOR SALE WELL ESTABLISHED BCSI
A. ness: doing about fcjO.OOO ner annnm- In.
eated on tbe most prominent corner la the
eity of San Antonio: I.OOU ears psas the store
every day: one-third Orst-elaM farming lands
In Missouri or Kansas, balance cash or I la
equivalent. Address CoL I. A. Bradley, MB
E. Houston street. Baa Antonio, Tex.
EX)R SALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
A with about different alidea, auitaole for
nllng legal blanks or any description of papers
in flat form to be kept la ahapo for writing.
A eoeprehenalre ledes connected. Just the
thine 'or any office with contracts, etc., to
nle. Address H.E.C.. care of Tu A acca
F'OB SALE A NUMBER OF VACANT
lots in Slnnets addition; Tory central:
within easy reach of the government arsenal,
moat of tbe lanre shoos tm Mollne and tha
roundhouse of the Chicago. Bock Island A Pa
cific railroad. Anyone having the ready eaak
can buy one or all of them at a bargain. Asm
a lew cottages. Apply to V. U. biaact, g
nds at a slight re-
daotion when you
can hare the sea
son's choicest offerings at reasonable prices.
Come View Our Stock
LADIES' SPBISG STILE).
GESTLEMES'3 SPRING STYLE).
TJOR SALE-LOT SOUTHEAST CORNER
Twenty third street and Ninth avenue: tt
foot front. Will sell on eisy leims. Address
t . j. naipin, aw Main street, st. Lxraia, mo.
TJR SALE LOT SOUTHEAST CORNER
JP Twenty-second street and Ninth avenue:
oo root front. v in sell oa easy terms. Ad
dress T. i. Halpin, EOD Mala street, St. Louis.
TJTOR RENT THE 8 TORE ROOM AT 1810
-au Third avenue. Apply V. Dauber.
R RENT A NICE 6-ROOM COTTAGE
in South Sock lslsnd. W. C. Maucker.
)R RENT A LARGE BOARDING HOUSE
at tx Twenty-tlrst street. Terms reason-
TjlOR RENT-HOUSE AT FOOT OF MOLINE
a-1 avenue and Twenty-third street. Apply
afe du lurKODkll.
DIOR RENT NICELYFURNISHED ROOMS
- wun steam heat, gas and baia. with board.
i-jv econa avenue.
TjlOR RENT EIGHT ROOM HOUSE,
A. Thirteenth street and Second avenue.
Kent KW Apply to E. H. Stafford at Jaeksoa
TjlOR RENT EICIIT-ROOM HOUSE FUR-A-
nuce heal, modern improvements, toil
Twentieth street. Rent. fc!A Apily to Hayes
a neaveianu. uengston block.
TNSTRt'CTION GIVEN ON VIOLIN. CALL
A or address. M. Florence Cbamberlin, KilS
WRITE TO FULTON YEAGLEY,
Denton. Tex., If yon have accounts,
notes or judgments vs. Texas parties that yon
w wtucu ur wunipruiiusca.
GENTS OUTFIT FK:E; NO CAPITAL
- - ucmni. traiftrnt-nce not necessary, ex
clusive territory. Our own make of' safes,
desks and bicycles sell at sight. Cltv or country-
New agents actually gelling rich, so ran
you. One agent, one duv cleared 4M. and Brst
ui'uiiu uuhcr naie vo., vnicago. IU.
451 WEEKLY. FIVE SALESMEN
PI" wanted for our new nawnwd
to-eent 'onaumera' article. Only whole
sale to sell at sight to every store and barber
nop. i co weesiy salary by contract.
Send for particulars and II value samples only
2& cents: K value (I ; 112 only ti. Money order.
Davenport Consumers' Manufaeturintt oom-
TTlRVnr. TIT a kvt r.ampa own t-o
-f your full address plainly written, and we
will express you 75 of our exquisite Arabian
Parfumo nankelm la Mil r.u.. . ,a
cenueach; when sold, remit as tna money
-ircs cuirrai mua we win send you a
beautiful decorated china tea aet of 68 pleeet
,vi j v. i Hvniirn;, i"n mnv iur ismuy use. name
nearest iixnrean AfnMk and - - J - a u v.i
. vnuuiv tuuiBuj, onugewatcr, t;ono.
Wa. v iwan sunai ujv via
monda, watehaa. Jewelry, hardware,
mviariMBAl lisMtkwmawaAasikaa klaM.lu v w m I
toco, Uanim, HitrbeM euh prtM
t,- inula vi hi aunos aiao.
store prices, a 11 bealncae traosactlocs strictly
oonfldentlaL His new namber and location
V " Jr lOTseaia, . w
Jonas. Two rings on 1347.
AGKNT8 WANTED MURAT HAL-
f mean a great war book. -Our Country la
War." All about Cuba. Spain. Maine disaster
armies, navies and coast defenses of United
Slates. Spain and all nations. Over Ma. ...
magnificent Illustrations. One agent sold
In one day: others making Ml per dav. Most
liberal terms guaranteed. SO day credit, price
low freight paid. Handsome ouint fr,.
Heed it! S cent stamp to pay postage, rd-
fc. uwu, ueinwni street, cmcago.
PREE-TEA SET. LADIES. SEND US
1 your full address. pUlnlT written, and we
will express you 75 of our sweet and exquisite
Arabian Perfumo packets tin powder form, to
scent gloves, handkerchiefs, clothing, etc to
se 1 among friends at 10 rents each. When
sold, remit us the money (after deducting ex
press charges) and we will send vou for your
trouble a lovely decorated English tea set of
M pieces full sue for family usei. Each set
Is artistically decorated In colors tasteful leaf
and flower pattern. Tbe shapes are of latest
style, which every lady will appreciate. Order
at once and name nearest express office. Ad
dress. rabUn Perfume company. Bridge
We have the Best Equipped
Repair Shop in the west
And all klals of job work. Ws also
etrrya eomplets lias of guns and
21) f .vatwiuth'St. tiarkst Sw
" l'tMaaaMMi i ICil
SHOE 3 FOS EVERTBODT AT EVERY PRICE. Jj
Good wines and liqaors ta today mora
widely, and happily, more wl-e'y utd than
at soy time lo tbe world's history. Ths
eaose of it la the recognition of lu bineiits
to tba horosn system. Man U provli.g by
experienee its proper ones, and all bus.
concede purs liqaors prevent diseases and
help restore Its ravagns. Wine and whisky
are a healthful stimulant to the mental an i
mural activities. Without bodily health
you are no far tor In tbe world's fortes.
Tun may know that you can secure always
the purest and always the cheapest in any
qaautlty you hist require at our Ktoie, tbe
only wholesale house In tbe city dispensing
goods dirrt to the consumer. Our pec lai
ties are 'TO SAVE YOU M0KY" and
live yoa pure and unadulterated rotxl.
Open evenings until 10 o'clock.
McCoy's New European Hotel
COI. CURI AID VAI lUREI ITS.
Ope block from f K. I. P. nmtl
I ft. it. ft. It tllreaa. step!.
Improvements costing 75,000.00 have
lust brrn rnmnlMed. in.1 th hnnu
offers every convenience to be found in any
nutei, inciuaing not ana coia water, electric
light and steam beat in every room.
Rates 75 cents per day and upwards.
First class restaurant in connection.
WILLIAM McCOV, Owner ssd Proprietor.
1 1 aarsT
fear Bm to Bm it hfmTmf.
I durance and Loans.
Vioa 4. JdltcLell A Ljade b'ag.
GET THE BEST
11 Work Oaarantaad.
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