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THE ARGUS; TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1898.
Published Dallv and Weeklv at 1S21 snnrl
Avenue, Rock Island. I1L Entered at the
rostomce as second-clan matter.
IX THE NAME OF J. W. POTTER.
TERMS Dally, 10 cenU per week. ' Weekly,
K.w per annum; in advance II .50.
All communications of political or argumen
tative cnarscter, political or religious, must
nave real name attached for publication. No
oca article will be printed over, fictitious Hg-
Correipondence solicited from every town
nip in noes uuana county.
Ti'Esdat, Mat 17, 1898.
IN HOC SIGNO VINCES.
Democratic Contrcaaloiutl Convention,
Public notice la hereby riven that a demo
eratlo convention la called to meet at the
court house in the city of Rock bland, Illinois,
at IS o'clock noon of the 15th day .of
june a. u., lfWf, for the puroose of nominat
ing a democratic candidate for the office of
representative for the Tenth Congressional
district, and to transaot any other business
tnat may come before said convention.
The basis of representation at such conven
tion shall be one delegate for each two nun.
dred (200) and excess of one hundred or more
democratic votes east for Bryan and Sew all
In the election of ltms. The number of dele
gates allotted to each eounty in said Tenth
congressional district Is as follows, to-wit
mercer , i
Rook bland. gj
uenry , I5
County conventions in said Tenth Coagres-
wvum uuinci wm govern themselves acoord'
A. D. Horaiwo, Rook bland, I1L
R. H. HiDMAif, Cambridge, IlL
George M. Kami, Aledo, I&
D. W. Ross, La Fayette, IU.
C. 0. CBAIO, Qalesburg, IU.
Gcobgi Uahuc, Fulton, IlL
Democratic Count v Convention
AU democratic voters and those who
favor tne Cbioago platroim, are requested to
aend delegates to a county convention to be
held at the court house in the city of Rock
bland on the SStta day of May, 1W8, at I o'clock
p. m.. for the purpose of electing S3
delegates to the democratic congres
sional convention, and tn baIaai. oi
egates to a senatorial convention and If It
be the pleasure of the convention to express a
nreferenne for a onnilldat tnw mlnnii.
" -.' ' ILJ IBJJIC-
aentatlve. To nominate candidates for county
omcers, judge, cieric, snerin, treasurer and
sunerlntendent of annooU nloi tn ...Un, n
chairman of county central committee. The
representation wui oe one delegate for each
25 votes, and one additional for every major
fraction thereof In each ward r th
town or voting precinct of the county at the
presidential election or two tor ltryan and
The caucuses are advised to he hM VriA-
May 20, IK, at 8 o'clock p.m.. in Rock bland
and Mnllne. South Rook TMlnnrl ma Ui.,h
...... . . w U ,U UU-
line, lilat'k Hawk. Coal Valley, Port Byron and
loraova, ana in an otner towns at S p.m. of the
aameday. At caucuses In each ward of the
cities and votlnff Dreeinnt nf tn
present should select a precinct chairman to
w cA-uiuuiir wciuuvr ui uc county central
The representation shall be as follows:
Buffalo Praire. 120
Black Hawk i.
Coal Valley w
Canoe Creek ga
Klmt precinct (a
First precinct B
Second precinct 71
F irst ward j7
Second ward 90
Third ward j4
Fourth ward 'iw
Klfthward , bji
Sixth ward '17
outn Moiine and stcwartvllle 337 13
First ward. , im
SZ?0 T? 2 10
uiru w Bra. ....... ... sl
Fourth ward '."tut
Fifth ward ''40
Sixth ward , "'40
Seventh ward "m
Jort Byron m
South Iiock bland. "1
Zuma .."..."..."I!. 78
Grand totnl '.
Ifeted at Mollne, April 14. IHW.
W. K Moors.
Chairman County Central Committee.
M. J. M K.sirv.
Secretary County Central Committee.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the offlee of eounty superintendent of
schools, subject to the decision of the demo
cratic county convention.
D. W. JVUtthiws.
The undersigned wishes to announce him
mi mawsuj tor the democratic nomina
tion for sheriff of Rook Island eounty, and so
licits the support of his friends.
" BESTOW Diva.
Aoqulesing to ths requests of number of
y friends. I hereby announce myself a eandi
aato for the shrievalty nomination, subject to
the decision of the democratic county on
vantloa A. D. Brans.
I hereby acuounoe myself a Candida t for
the offloe of sheriff of Rock Island eounty, sub
ject to the decision of the democratic eounty
convention. at M. Bbiocs.
Yielding to the wishes of my friends 1 have
Consented to become a candidate for the d em
oeratle nomination for sheriff subject to the
decision of the democratic county convention.
V. W. Nbqus.
Having determined to beeome a candidate
for ths democratic aoauaatloa f or eounty su
perintendent of schools, I hereby solicit the
support of my friends looking to that end.
O. L ADOITOa.
I hereby anaonnee myself as a candidate
for the demoeratio aomlnatlon tor eounty
superintendent of schools, subject to thede
ttoa of Ue demooraUc eounty eonveatloa.
Cauauss C. Bwiaass.
Ia aeoordance with the wished of a numbs
f say Meads throughout Ua.eouaty, I hereby
announce my eandldaev for the enuntv tr.
uryahlp nomination, subject to the will of the
democratic convention. c. U. Com.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
the nomination for the office of county treas
urer, subject to the decision of the Democratic
county convention. . Adam Stamm
In deference to the wishes of my friends, I
have determined to become a candidate for
the democratic nomination for county treas
urer, suDjeci to tne decision of the county
convention, and solicit the support of those
wno oeem me worthy. T. R. Leek.
To the delegates of the democratic eonven-
tlon for the nomination of candidates for
eounty offloes at the coming November elec
tion: Gentlemen After SS years' successful
teaching as principal of graded schools, and
having been chosen by the democrats In other
counties at two different times as nominee for
the omce of eounty superintendent of schools,
I hope you will not think me too presumptuous
in asnng sucn nomination at your hands,
W. H. Shibmav
It must lie hard for Spain to see
her choice cabinet positions a drug on
It's a sad commentary, but a just
one. to remind Spain 'that the poor
mil fnur nattr friiitnlj
If someone don't call off the Span
ish navv soon and stop expenses.
young Alphonso XIII will have to
ride his 98 model all through 'OO.
If Spain is looking for something
to inspire the Dons to lirht sli
shouldn't forget that Dewey gave her
a t noice jooioi 01 imngs to remember
Gen. Blanco continues to feed the
court at Madrid on reports of his
wonderful pipe-drcani victories in
uuna. onuer wnat hratnl the gen
If France is really friendly toward
iiib uimea orates mere is one way
she can make the matter olonr i.i.-
an open, frank declaration upon her
1 'fi , , 1 .
iiwiupi. Ant-re neeu oe no grievous
misunderstanding, such as France
complains of, so long as she ceases to
conuuet an evasive jwlicy. Spain
would have avoided the trouble she is
now in had she lieen open and above
l 1 m . .
uoaru iroin me nrst, instead 01 re
sorting to characteristic tactics.
Col. Grant, the New York rci
mental officer who declined to permit
an unenlisted private to gohome to sec
his dying mother who had sent for
lum, and then drove the soldier from
the camp in disgrace liecause he insist
cd on going, neither represents the
spirit of the immortal American gen
eral by the same name nor
the spirit of true. Americanism
Army discipline is one thing
humanity is another. The sol
dier who is true to his mother, and
is desperate in his desire to look into
her dying eyes, cannot lie otherwise
than true to his country. America is
at the present time standing as much
for humanity and love of the Ameri
t an home as ever Itefore in her his
tory of wars, and it is not a typical
American officer who will be as" rigid
as Col. Grant has been in the present
A si:c.F.snoN has been made con
cerning the disposition of the Philip
pine lsianos, wnicn is attracting con
siderable attention. This suo-o-estion
is to the effect that the United States
shall declare them free
.1..- i . . . . '
n-m, auti mat we enter into a treaty
wiin an 1 ne powers or Knrm trimr-m.
teeing that they shall remain forever
iifuuai gronnu, 10 lie used in com
mon by all nations of the earth f,r
the purpose of naval and supply sta
tions, ami oe governed by a council
composed of consuls or commissioners
designated by the several governments
interested. Under such an arrange,
inent Manila and the other ports of
the Philippines would always be a
sanctuary to which the. tWts'nf h..a-
tile nations might resort for repairs.
pioisions, water, protection and
other forms of relief. Ther.
a general hospital be established 'for
tne care 01 toe sick on the. sea. to lie
supported by ioint contributions from
all the nations that have navies. This
novel idea will undoubtedly be thor
oughly discussed liefore any disposi
tion is made of the islands.
- Oar Country's Production.
The srovernment returns of t.ho
grain crop . of 18U7, recently com
pleted, make a most startling show
ing of the - wealth produced in this
country by the tillers of the soil:
Of com we trodurpl i.so-? sfi? n.ia
bushels, which yielded no less than
Of wheat we itroduccil A'in.liQ lfi
which sold for the sum of t428.547,-
Of oats we produced 698,767,809
bushels, yielding $147,974,719.
Thus on three grain crops alone our
iip?rr all naV.!
of the Globs for
Anf nmVM-awt smA-. W- a.
prajaijci 1; eminsntpliTskiaBsu
1 an 11 n . . . ...
'rr-jnlne with Trade Mark Aacswr1
iF. 44. Urhttrle.,zlirariSL, Ibew lata.
ii gisxest rams.
Beniton, 1700 Sd
StAVCTTABlt wiwirntv .. . -
tillers of the soil earned tl.077.594.
This does not include barley, hav
leef, mutton, wool, pork, eggs, chick
ens, garuen vegetawes, rruits, nutter,
miiK. or any oiner or a Hundred larm
products that together greatly exceed
these three recorded crops in value.
n does not include the 7,000,000 bales
of cotton or the rice, or the tobacco.
or anything else thanfhe three grain
In view of these startling figures it
may well be asked by the tillers of the
soil why it is that wealth accumulates
in the money centers of the east while
they are forced to borrow and econo
mize in order to Mve. Something is
wronz in the economical condi t ion si tin-
der which we live, when the producer
cannot retain as surplus products a
fair share of the value his labor
The announcement of the contents
of the June Harper's shows a large
proportion of timely subjects. "Cur
rent Fallacies Upon Naval Subjects"
is by Capt. A. T. Mahan, U. S. N.;
Prof. Alljert Bushnell Hart contril)
utes an article on -Our Diplomatic
Relations With Cuba;" -The Situa
tion in China" is analvzeil liv nno rf
the most distinguished Euro'pean cor-
icspunuents; and juuan Kalph con
tributes - "The Czar's People"' the
second of a series of articles treating
Russia as a militant power in the
forefront of modern political and ter
ritorial movements. A story of the
Maine woods by Hamblen Sears; "A
Bebel Cipher Dispatch," by David
Homer Bates, and "A Study of a
Child," by Louise E. Hogan, are other
noteworthy features in an exceedingly
"A Yankee in Spain" is the title of
a series of articles by Poultney Bige
low, beginning in the number of Har
jr's Weekly dated May 14. Mr.
Bigelow made a bicycle trip through
the peninsula in the interests of the
Weekly, to ascertain the sentiment of
the people of all classes in the coun
try in regard to many subjects that
are now of vital interest. The arti
cles will lie illustrated with photo
graphs by the author. The opening
of communication between Dawson
and the outside world brings letters
from Tappan Adney, the Weekly's
special correspondent in the gold
The" June number of Harper's Round
Table contains the story that captured
the first prize of the Round Table
"Short-story Competition." It is en
titled, "The Comedy of the Herr
Professor," and its "author is Ida
Kenniston. Among the other features
in the number are: "The Troop that
Was Not." by F. L. Pollock; "Tom's
Vindication, "bv Albert White Vnrsp "
by F. H. Spearman; and "The Mayor's
y r - 1 1 , , . - . .
aiusiKjjox, oy v . s. nositer.
Everything at the moment is keyed
to the concert-iitch of the war nml
Harper's Bazar, recognizing the uni
versal feeling takes special note just
now of woman's share of the work in
war times. Dr. Grace N. Kimball, in
the Bazar to lie issued May 21, will
give practical details as to the equip
ment -of nurses, and state, what
women may do in the way of relief to
the wounded and suffering. Edith
Lawrence will tell in a later number
about the society girls of New York
and their organizations to help the
soldiers. The number of the Raz.ir
dated May 14. tells of the Matriotism
of club women.
To Prevent Iron RniL
Among the new and nsefnl metallnr-
etuai processes oi note tne san Francis
co Scientific Press speaks of one by
-mun iron may ne eneotiveiy protected
u whs a common or. lerroey
anide is mixed with
to which has been added a small quan
tity of turpentine or benzol. The evap
oration of the alcohol leaves the flaxseed
Tarnish, which form a ft 4Wf mnA n-. .
tects the cyanide of iron, the same being
deposited upon the metal by the nss of
u inirucjuuiae, o only preparation
required by iron for-
- . .vmss4iuu m ug
ing the removal of any rust that may
hare formed on it not admitting of the
action of snob a solution. Another proo-
i interest to w ot jeers in metallurgy
is that of snhstitntino thu
-Mas-, -NW UOB ViX "Inll
ganese for German silver, the different
metals and their proportions being as
follows: Copper, 67.25 per cent; man-
Canese. 18.60 ner rant- .Inn io -
- M -, -1UV ti jri
cent; alumininm, 1.25 per cent, the
color of this metal closely resembling
German silver, being also folly as
Etronff as the hest nnll. r9 41,. I.i...
" -i J ud uiHsr
na poesessing superior adaptation for
Consumption Positively Cured.
R. B. Greeve. merchant, of rhil.
howie, Va.,certifies that he had con
sumption, was iriven nn to die. snnirhr
all medical treatment that money
iiiuiH priH-ure. men ail cough leme
dies he could hear of. but p-nt no r.
lief; spent many nights sitting up in
a luau , iiuiiiceu loiry ur. rung s
New Discovery, and was ciimd iv no
of two bottles." For past three vears
i . . . , . . .
nss ikvu aiienuing io ousiness and
savs Dr. Kinsr's New Discovery U h
grandest remedy ever made, as it has
done so much for him and also for
others in his community. Dr. Kind's
New Discovery is guaranteed for
cousrhs, colds and consumption. It
don't fail. Trial Kittles free at Hart
& Ullemever's drug store.
Have Von Kidney Trouble?
A 50 cent trial bottle, of FoW.
Cure will prevent serious results from
mis usually latal disease. Sold by T.
Don't let the little ones suffer from
eczema or other torturing skin dis
eases. need for it. Doan's Oint
ment cures. Can't harm th mnut
delicate skin. At
cents. Sold by Marshall A Fisher.'
Wonderful Achievement After
Years of Patient Researcju
John Morrow, One of Onr Most Distin
guished Chemists, Has Made a Re
markable Discovery, Destined to
, Revolutionise the Treatment of
Blight's Disease, Diabetes a.-.d
The most important excretory or.
(Vn n a I. V 1 . i m . .
ui iiiv ihmi v are me Kiuneys.
When thev fail to nprfi-ii-m thai H-..K
- - - - vu n V'la
properly serious derangements of all
nrrrnna " t . I. n 1 1 . . ,.
"'u i me ikjiiv is sure io Iollow.
It IS imnossible for the ImvIv
effete matters in its system and not
oecome thoroughly ixusoned. Iiu-
pur&and imnoverUbeil l1
a 1 " - - nunu
is unfit to nourish the body, is the re
sult, and, unless we get "rid of the
jxiison ny tne prompt and proper ac
tion of the kiilnera. Rri
v v u xuv."7C
or some other kidney trouble will le
induced and eventually produce death.
The great medical discovery, Mor
row's Kidneoids. in vellow tal.fot f.,,.,,.
are made to meet every station in the
uiiw-anu as it may arise, ny destrovinn
all avenues of the disease's progress
or, when it is fully underway, to sup.
. 1 ; .,. '
formidable barrier ajrainst further ad
vance of the disease. No medical dis
covery of the present century, not
even Dr. Koch's Lvmnh for tho
oi consumption, is doing so much for
ounuiiu iiuinauii v as Aiorrows IVul
Dialx-tes is another most common
kidney trouble, ranking next to
Bright's disease in its terrible de
struction. The lirst svmptons are
lanuie oi sircngtn and emaciation
The mouth is pasty, skin dry and
hard, the liowels are constiimteil vnm
iting is frequent, the vision liecomes
dun, memory and intellect fail, and
the tenijier ltecomes iiTitable.
In diabetes, as well a Krio-ht'a ,1;
ease, no medicine compares with Mor-
iun n rviuiieoius. i ney are made es
pecially for healthful
kidneys, going direct to the seat of
the tronble. making their presence
f..l4. i v , . 1 .
icu aunosi immediately alter the lirst
dose is taken.
Morrow's Kidneoids are for sale at
all dealers. Price 50 cents a lox or
six lioxes for f2.50. If not to lie had
at your dealers, thev will be sent
postpaid upon receipt of price by the
Herb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio
Try Allen's Foot-Ease.
A powder to lie shaken into the
shoes. At this season vour feet f..oi
swoolen and hot, and get tired easily.
It YOU hnre tminvtimr f..f ...
. . ' ' ' ' ill b ' 1 LIIIL
shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease. It cools
krt r i . i .
me iwi, iiiiii nr.iKes wnikinir efiei-
Cures and prevents swoolen and
r . . ,. , - ..
t-aiuiir ieei. nusiers anil e.i ou
spots. Relieves corns ami lmninns nf
all pain and gives rest and comfort
Try it today. Sold bv all ilrnmrit
and shoe stores for 2.5 cents. ""'Trial
package free. Address Allen S. (Mm.
4- 1 I O xt m-
MADE AIE A MAN
PfKITirt T u .
MfOiom, linpob-iirr, Slpeplns.
JS.rST-' cul'l iI Abu-e and
other Kxrewe and ii.dlK-rn.
tl.D. They qntrklr and
eurely rwaon. Ln,t Vitality m
wu or jroui ir. ai.d IU a uiaii for
Mudy, btwliipsB or marriacs.
Pmvpnl T,Mni, ..TT
turn If takPii intluiB. Tlielruss
--.wn nnmeuiaie lmnruvemeDt
siK ecu a VVRK where
ZT Z euro in rrn case or rvfunrt th
dun irsattTwint) for S2..x. hi man. in m.i- L.
upon receli.i of Drlca. irrn. :; r'
- vw auuim
AJAX REMEDY M-
aVtM Mia tm, Dj-b. V .
--.--II -a im-i, a rusraj isai
IN ED6EW00D PARK,
Ths Mt ssbImU - -J ... Mtas aw.
JtoM feat loth frass. SMsera hsuses ia tieiahber-
MM Crbss SV Tri-Citt Elsctrie Rsilwat. ft r
ass-nam voiiefs aas 7th Wars Puhlie Scasol.
bmlkiMaisUiiestsCn I. I. P. Sepet. rarSs
Vi miilt!!5!!,to V - ft""1 " PriBCWSt
-iTM??? 'fto " T shssiaf In above alat
III fee ssM at va- is- sricst il take? sssa.
"W'MW A. H. KOHLEB,
tssta 3, Past 0Ue Black. Maiias. Rl
are the most fatal of all
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
i GUARANTEED remedy
3i money refunded. Con
tains remedies recognized
by all eminent physicians
is the best for Kidney and
Price sou and $tJ99t
oMajX T Bahnesa.
WRIGHT & BKRBER
leio SEcojsra avenue
WASTED A COMPKTEST GIRL AT
IVTANTED-A (iIRL KOR SECOND WORK
" at llW Second avenue.
ANTED A DINING RtX)M GIRL AT j
me ueimomeu restaurant.
TANTED- rOMPETRNT COOK AT
v V tte Delmunlcu restaurant. 18tS Second
WANTED-A COMPETENT CilRI. AS
cook at Ml Second avenue. Kefcrences
trANTED-A GOOD. HONEST. INDt'S-
iiiuio uuj uuuui i. or n years iw nt n i
F. Dora's. j
V1TANTED TO RENT AN OR lO ROOM
v modern house a! ay i or before. Audresp
x aruds office.
IT ANTED WASHING AND IRONING TO
v V do at home, or to o out by the day. in
quire fioS Tenth street.
7ANTED-A GOOD BLACKSMITH AT
v V llurstow. 111. For full particulars write
or call on A. O'Brien.
WANTED -ROOM AND HOARD FOR TWO
v V couples: central locution. Enquire at
M. & K. clothinit house.
WANTED 100 LADIES WISHING EM
ployment. Please call on Jlrs. D. 1
Armstmim, 3013 Fifth avenue, from A to 7p m.
IVT ANTED BOARD AND ROOVI P.Y A
" younit lady. Locution some here west
or Twemy-arst street. Address -11. 22," Thk
r A NTED GOODS TO STORK IN CHKA P,
v elesn and light storage rooms, with ele
vator at 1SE3 Second avenue. Johcnv Jonea.
Two rings on 1M7.
W'ANTED-A PLACE AS HOCPEKEEPER
vv or to work for board bv rellnei widow
alxmt middle ane. Must have a home at once
Address "Mrs. D." care Am. I'M.
WANTED TO BENT. WITH THE VIEW
or purchasing, u cottaire with one or
more acres of land in the suhurhs of Kock Isl
and. Address -C. B.." ARt.us office.
TTANTED-SITUATION BY A YOUNG
V V colored man experienced in hotel busi
ness: is intelligent and industrious, best of
references furnished. Address "M. 11.," Au
ULS. TITANTED AT ONCE. THREE EXPJ-.KI-"
enced dressmakers. None but experts
need apply. Ladies' Tailoring estulili-hmrni
comer Second and Brady streets, Davenport
TANTED ACTIVE MAN TO TRAVEL
v V in this and nearby counties: i!o a month
and all expenses: no experience or capital re
quired. Address Manufacturer, P. O. Box 7bo.
Y7 ANTED RELIABLE MEN TO TACK
steady work. Send 10 cents for postaire. sam
ple, i uuuk mt-uicine company, 242V North
Colorado street, Philadelphia, Pa.
WA NTED ENG A CEMENTS TO PLAY
for dances by J. J.Baker (with Ottos
me1';, wno guarantees (food musio. Henry
t ehlinK, prompter. Also furnish violin and
hiano miiBif Ko :in ....,..1. ... - . .
phone 3 on 1311.
1' ANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DlA
TT monos, wstohes. Jewelry, hardware,
musical Instruments, bioyoles. elothins, dry
rooSs, furniture, ete. Highest eaou prices
paid for seoond hand roods of all kind, aluo.
Tne above foods for sale at half tee uul
Store prices. All business transaction! strict' v
eonSdenUal. Bis new number and loestu t..
Il Seoond Avenue. Doal lortet it. I w
Jonea. Two rings on 1347.
FOR SALE 3S5-ACRE FARM: ROCK IS I,
anil ivrnrtT- l-vt nj. ...Hi. til ...i...
. "- ' win ukc liiiri
trade in a small farm, or other really. W.
FOR SALE-LOT BOCTHEAST CORNiR
Twenty-third street and Ninth avenue: o
fnnf fun., UMI1 -II . ...
T. J. Halpln, Ml Main street, St. Louis, Mo.
XTOR SALE LOT SOUTHEAST CORNER
-s- Tweniy-aeoond street and Ninth avenue
foot front, will sell on easy terms. Ad-
. . uMitu, tpw juaia kkrcei, ot. iouis.
17K)R SALE COAL IN anv onAVTrrv
JL of &0 buahela or ovkp at S9 M m. .
Uvered C. O. D. to any pan of the city. Leave
orders St Commercial bouse barber shoo. Rook
island, or Enoi James, Milan.
TfHJH SALE-HALF INTEREST IN CiOOU
inoe store, located In north central Illi
nois: city of s.Wo population; splendid p-nin:
rood reason for want inir to sell. Inquire or
address P. W ps..,i w, i, i.iun ni , a
------- .u, m,., vai c I .
.. t - v . r r. , r..s
rOOItltt frll ftnni-lnfiul -ik .-4
-- I'l'... u. .11. ui-u.-iii ,1111-
. ' ivv-Hii-H a v. iiusi,-iau
or comfortable home for a business man.
Good yard, and convenient to street cars. Ad
dress U. 22. Ths Alices.
XjKR SALE WELL ESTABLISHED HL SI-S-
nesa: dolnir ahituk rn niin M.
cated on the most prominent comer In the
-v -., v .-j nuMjiiio: i.uweara pass tne store
every day: one third Hrst-elass farm'ni; lands
In Missouri or Kansas, balacoe eash or its
vviutvalent. A ri.l ri I -..i i a i-..i us,.
E. Houston street. Sao Antonio. Tex."
White Seal saloon
i is Seeoatt Arcane
You Can Bank on Our Shoes.
That is just the kind of a shoe we
sell you can bank on it every time.
When there is a run on the bank, it is
because there is something the mat
ter with its credit; there is a rn on
our shoe because there is nothing the
matter with its credit, for it happens
to be the most creditable kind of a
shoe. You can buy no other kind of
a shoe that begins to match it for the
money, and the wear and tear it will
stand would surprise a champion six
day walker. ,
lAMSALE SIX LOTS VF.U TOWS aJW
i -- trnvh. Uvidcu iwuinn
TOR S A LE FI V K ACRES FOR SALE
j -- cteap. Near torn. Uordoo A Uow m in.
1?OR SALE-REAL ESTATE NOW EARN
in 10 per otit on the Invrsta ent. In
luire of Thoo-ii Smart. Tib Third avenue.
FOR SALE -THE REAR PART OF L.
Simon s house. Inquire of Minim & Mim
fi'Uifr or Hudson A Parki-r. corner First avc
one aud Seventeenth streeu
1'OR SALE A NEAT OFFICE CAItlNCT
1 win atioui ( d 3frent kl.ds. su:tUa for
fillre lepal ijlinks or anv dpriptiin of papers
in Mat form to b! kept in sl ape for writ'n.
A comprehfr.sive ln'.ex eonnecieA. Just tlie
tti'.ag for any oTco with contract-:, etc., to
file. Addre H. F. C, rare of Tm An;rp.
tjH)R RENT THE STORE ROOM AT 110
Third avenue. Apply V. luler.
RENT-HOUSE AT P'OOT OFMOLINE
avenue and Twenty-third klreel. Apply
at 730 Nineteenth.
I?' )R RENT -A 4-I0()M HOI'SE SOT'TH
side of race ir.i-k. Souih Km-lt Island.
Apply to John Shcrniau in sam yard.
Ipoil I!NT A FRONT AND HACK PAR
Inriilnew house, wl h bmli privileires.
wi'h or wiihutit boani. at -TXI b.xth avenue.
IOR UENT-riGIIT-KOOM HOI'SE. 11U
imee heat, m sleni iniproveuients. tlrl
Twentieth si reet. Unit. Apply to Haves
ii 'leaveland. Hen"toii I. hick.
IOR RF,NT - EIGHT ROJM IIOCSF.
Thirteenth street and Second avenue.
KenU:vi Auply to K II. Sia&ord at Jackbon
I.OR SALE A NUMI'.KR OF VACANT
1' lo'j 'n feinnei's atljitlon: very rent.rl;
v. Itiiiu easy re;.cb of the j-'oveirmeut ar enal.
ni -.st of ibe Urpe sb pu !n MoMne and tlie
rounilhouse of tl.s Cliieico. R.,eU Island & Pa
ct c railroad. Anyone h.i::ir the ready cash
can b'.iy one or all of them nt a barrain. A Iso
a lew cottatres. Apply to F. M. ainnet, 42ui
l iftb avenue.
TXSTHrCTION GIVEN ON VfOIJV. CAI.I
1- or aildress. M. Florence Chauilierlin. 1015
RITE IO FCLTON & YEACLEY.
v Denton. Tex., if you have accounts.
noes or juovments vn. Texas parties that oa
uraurc kevtieu or cumprjmisea.
JALKSMKN WANTED BY HIGH RATKD
lacun-y M!pplin ' free oulil' and payinv
., rai ai-iins ihittw weeKiy casn. iiratnec
2i::Pea-l. New York.
Si 1 i-'-3 WEEKLY. FIVE SALESMEN
i i' r w antra ror our new patented
I lo-cent tonsnrpers' aniele. Onlv hnir.
j s:tie to sell at siiriit to every store Ld barber
shop. I5 ?ii weekly salary by contract.
I Send for particulars sr.d II value samples only
2S cents: 5 value f I ; 12 only t . Money order.
uivcuiHin vonsumers Manufaetunne com-
pany, Davenpjrt, Iowa.
T?i:':Fr-TEA irr. i.mr vivn i-c
I1 . ..... ..:! ..J.I .1 1 J... "
i . .i,ii7-,s, iiiamiv nui'ii. anu we
J w ill express you " of our sweet and exquisite
went srloves handkerelil.-fs. elmhimf. ete. i lo
M il ani-mir friends at 10 reels r:ih. W hen
k. ilrl. rcifiii iu ihw Tn,,,,...- i.i f, ..v a. I....
press ehanresi and we' will send you for your
iM'uinea loveiy r-om:ei rji-.'11-.n tea set of
ir: pieees nun si;x lor lanulv uv). Ka-h M t
is ariistieaily deeorafd in colors, tasteful leaf
and flower pa. tern. The Mi.i;ct ure of l i-st
si vie. wnirn every lady wul aqre"ate. Onlr
ai once ami name :i- :ircst -riire-.s oniee. Ad
dr.-ss. Ara'iiau ierfume companv, llridife
GENTS WANTED FOR WAR WITH
- V !spaiT." iacl.Hlintr bntllt s,n ea nnrt land.
Colitaias all anoul urtnies. navies, forts mid
wai-stnpsof I'oili nations and ra.hic story of
iuc l-m-u: vii-iory ot ,nc valiant IH-ai-v: f-li
en:rv:!l1ua alniut Sampson. Scblev. I ll.hlli'b
l.ec a id li-ailinu' eoiiini.iiiders. by Hon. James
1. imkiii oune. the liitr-.-pil lender for Cuba
litirein the halls of coiirev.. "1 he i-real est
nr IwMik inl.l!.li--l-f lart-e paires: l' s-.M-rt
ill ,;:-t rations, manv in richest colors. ls iarire
color,-,! maris, hu'resl b'M.k. hij-'hest eomn.is
sums, lowest in-ice: only !.; Each i Iwril-er
receives .'r.iiiil l prciiiiura fr-. Ik-niand
enormous: harvest tor airenis: miil.ivs' crellt;
frs-iifiit paid: ouitli free. Write ttdav Ad
dress the .'uiion:iJ Hook t ouecni. Dept. 1.
Si Dearlsirn street. Chica-rtt,
Appliratlon For Kale of I ten I Estate.
William L. Ludolpb. Alto-!ny.
To all persons whom it mav eoiercrn:
Notice is hcrehy riven that thi tindersi-.'n, d.
Ilenrv .iesri,n.ii;cii. cuannan of hlwant i:-.
m, rs ami Mary hemjers n inors. will make ap
plicaiiou to the eoi.olv court of hock i-J .r.d
eoiir.ty. at a r-(fular term then-of. to be held
at ihf co;:rt toue In the city of Knelt Island.
In said count r. on the tir.t Mondar of J'ltie.
A U. I!,s brinv iae nxib day thereof for an
order and decree of said court, ni.ectins' him.
as jraardisx lo s-!l the foiiowi'iif rc;d
-late lielonyinr lo sio minors, or su much
thereof as snail seem t sjiil rot r to the In
terest o? said n-.iaors. si'usie,! m the eoutity
of K'H k IJaotl nd rtate of lliuioi. towlt:
Toe t in welfhs ( I iin'iu il.-l interest In
lots LumiM-r seven 7 ai,il n tic iv Is Mnrt
rutrber four (1i in hm psrt ,'f tceciiyof
Kocit 1-Itml. state lilii.ois. kooaa an and
euilcl ouih Prlt ,'li:lon. for t xuiip-irt
a'ul education of sjul minors, arid for ibe sir
prse of Invest in;- stcit f t.,e pr.H-ecltof od
s I- as shall not iir- tmmmb.i t'.x re,jr.iu- f, r
sid sutijwiri X' d -lu:atiori in o:h-r real es
t'.:c. or vf c'hriV i-e in. r-iti-f the sstne.
Hk.v Gt rK:i K.r.n
tl'jarrtiiin o? said Mkors.
Wf.I.IAM L Lri'I.pn. Attorney.
It mu wtlh -on mkthrr yrm ".itititw
VIM; J'Hr- I or tur-t, van
- i. 1 w vu oil-1 r wmm . m t f t t b i
as-'. pt,rnit uni vMmhI
O-aje-yt f, M TlafittBtlB
111 nfS-T(la h.r.lrilll
rtt-u.t-ri toriire- rwirwf(iD((i'N-f.
Good wines n J liquors are today mora
Idely, and bsppll, more wisely d than
at any ti ne In ths world's hUtory. The
cause of It is the recognition ot Its U nelita
to u human nystem. Maa la proving by
experience its proper bses, and all mua
concede pure ii'inora prevent diseases and
help rest mi Its ravages. Wine and whisky
are a healthful Himulaot to the mental an
mural activities. Without bodily bealtb
you are no fttor in the world's forces.
You may know that yon can secure always
the purest and always tlie cheapest in any
quantity yo.i m tr require at our store, the
only wholesale house In the city dispensing
roods direct to th consumer. Oar special
ties are "TO SAVE YOU MONEY' and
Kive you pure and unadulterated goods.
Open evenings until 10 o'clock.
We have the Best Equipped
Repair Shop In the west
And All kinds of job work. We mUo
carry ft complete lioefof guns ftnd
219 EeveoteentlfSt. Market Sqnaia.
t. E. KKIIlT.
r. a. KKttir.
Omm Tmm Btmt SM Ban n
Insurance and Loans.
doom 4, Mitchell A Lynda b'nf .
P EMOVAL OF 1H
Architect jral Iron Works
-X Brass Foar.dry and
seen of Heavy si i Light Era: sti
Bronx Casttaff. r4ers Makloc aaa Oen
ersl JobiDg. I rt Flpi aUltlnr, Iroa
aod Eri Or I a, OZcs St Uncs. Arches.
Gates as I Fsttelig, Irai ttalrs, I sors,
Osardi sad Bhi't e -.
Shop acd Offloe Cor. of Seoond At a.
and Twentj-third St
sv.Tri City Railway
wt wan, Umnt Btm ffct.
Bock Island, 10.