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Published Dally nd Weekly at 1024 Second
Ayenue, Rock bland, HI. Entered at the
rawmce as secona-cisas matter.
IS THE NAME OF J. V. POTTER.
TERMS Dally. 10 cenu per week. Weekly,
B7.W per annum; in aarance II. to.
All communication of political or arrumen
tell re character, political or religious, mint
have real name attached for publication. No
c article wui ne printed over, fictitious alg-
Correpondence solicited from every town
nip in kock utana county.
Wkdnesdat, Mat 18, 1898.
IN HOC SIGNO VINCES-
Democratic Congressional Conrentlon
Publle notice la hereby given that a demo
cratic convention is called to meet at the
court house In the city of Rock Island, Illinois,
at 1Z o'clock noon of the 15th day of
June a. d 1888, for the purpose of nominat
ing a democratic candidate for the ontce of
representative for the Tenth Congressional
district, and to transact any other business
mm uimj corns dc lore said convention.
Tbe basis of renreaantatlnn at mnh
Won shall be one delegate for cuh on km.
dred (200) and excess of one hundred or more
democratic votes east for Bryan and Sewall
In the SleStinn nf IStM Th nnmk.. . ji.i.
gates allotted to each county In said Tenth
vuuBranouai oisuict is as follows, to-wit:
Rock Island. . a
county conventions in said Tenth Congres-
iimai District wui govern themselves accord
A. D. Hcnuwo, Rook Island, m.
R. B. HmifAif, Cambridge, I1L
G soroi u. eamm, Aledo, 111.
D. W. Ross, La Fayette, 1U.
C. 0. Casio, Qalesburg, I1L
Ckorcs Bahssd, Fulton, I1L
Democratic County Convention
All democratic voters and those who
favor the Chicago Dlatfoi m. are riniiAutmt tn
send delegates to a county convention to be
Beta at tne court House in the city of Rock
Island on tbe 25th day of May, 1WH, at 1 o'clock
p. m., for the purpose of electing 23
aeiegates to the democratic congres
sional convention, and to select art
elates to a senatorial cnnvfntlnn anrl ir i.
be the pleasure of tbe convention to express a
preierence inr a candidate ror minority repre
sentative, to nominate candidates for county
officer, luuire. clerk, sht-rlff tun.
superintendent of schools: also to select a
cnainnan oi county central committee. The
renresentatlon will be one deleimto tnr aK
SI votes, and one additional for every major
iracuon tnereoi in eocn wara of the cities,
town or voting precinct of tbe county at tbe
presidential election of 19 for Bryan and
The caucuses are advised to be held Friday.
May 3), It, at 8 o'clock p.m.. In Kock Island
and Mollne, South Rock Inland and South Mo-
llne, lilacs uawk. Coal Valley, Port nyren and
Cordova, and in all other towns at 3 p.m. of tbe
same day. At caucuses In each ward of the
cities and voting precinct of towns those
present shwld select a precinct chairman to
be ex-oR1clo a member of tbe county central
Tbe represt ntation shall be as follows:
Andalusia... . g
Buffalo lralra , 120
lilwk Hawk iw
Coal Valley M
foe , k
Canne Creek..... ga
Second precinct ,
South Mollne and SlewartvUle..
r W M(U.. ...... .....
South Kock Island.
Dated at Mollne. Anrll u imuh
W. R Moons.
Cbairman County Central Committee.
M. J. McKlUBV.
Secretary County Central Committee.
i hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the once . of . county superintendent of
aehools, subject to the decision of the demo
cratic county convention.
.' aw. aUrrruwa.
The undersigned wkhee to announce him
sell a candidate for the democratic nomina
tion for sheriff of Rock Island county, and so
licits tbe support of his friends.
Aoqulestnf to the request of a number of
my friends, I hereby announce myself n candi
date for tbe shrievalty nomination, subject to
the deetaton of the democratic oounty eon
'"Hoc- A. D. Hdbus.
I hereby annouce myself a candidate for
the office of sheriff of Rock Island county, sub
Jeet to the decision of the democratic county
convention. M. M. Baiooa,
Tleldlog to the wishes of my friends I have
consented to become a candidate for thedem
oc ratio nomination for sheriff subject to the
decision of the democratic county convention.
C. W. Nacus.
Having determined to become n candidate
for the democratic nomination for county so
ttcruuaadent of schools. 1 hereby solicit tbe
support of my friends looking to that end.
O. L ADDITOW.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the democratic nomlnntioa for conaty
npenatendent of sebook., anbjeet thede
eieicc ef the democratic county eoevaetloa.
Caujaua C Swrana.
Ia s coord an ee whk tbe wishes of a amber
t my frleods torsafhou theleowy, I hereby !
announce my candidacy for the cooaty tress
uryablp nomination, subject to tbe wUl of the
democratic eoBveaUon. c. U. COTwn.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
the nomination for tbe office of county treas
urer, subject to the decision of the Democratic
county convention. Adam Staxm
In deference to the wishes of my friends. I
have determined to become a candidate for
tbe democratic nomination for county treas
urer, subject to the decision of the county
convention, and solicit the support of those
who deem me worthy. T. R. Lees.
To the delegates of the democratic conven
tion for the nomination of candidates for
county offices at the coming November elec
tion: Gentlemen After a years' successful
teaching as principal of graded schools, and
having been eboeen by the democrats la other
counties at two different times as nominee for
the office of oounty superintendent of schools,
I hope yon will not think me too presumptuous
In asking such nomination at your hands,
which I do. Respectfully,
W. H. S HER MAS.
This suspense must be woefully
harrowing to the restless spirit of Bob
The nation's capital will be well
guarded by the military boys from
Illinois and Rotk Island in partic
ular. Capt. Ransox seems to be the whole
institution with the Union, as far as
republican shrievalty candidates are
The Spaniards do not seem to be
awake in all that is going on now, but
mere win ijc a wake later that thev
will lie in.
That cabinet making jolaeross the
water ou;rht to be left to littio
Alphonso himself. Then a minlsir,-
would ie formed in keeping with the
nuiiuu to e represented.
Aow that the Cape Verde fleet has
been located, it is to Ije hotted we may
lie able to find some of the Culians
who were going to cooperate with ns
on num. oi. Liouis cnronicle. Kirht!
The enterprising correspondent
uo teiegrapneti nis paper from the
South Atlantic last night that he had
heard booming of cannon, evidently
mistook the echo of the thunderstorm
that we had up this way.
When it is thoroughly understood
uiut, Aumirai uewey has 24 suits of
clothes, great things, it is reported,
will be expected of Lieut. Col.
"Teddy" Roosevelt, who took a valet
with him when he went to take rh.iro-
.. i.: i ? . &
u ma iu i my regiment.
The times have brought about a
revision OI tne list OI 1U (est lmoma
Aone is now complete unless it in
cludes the Star Spangled Banner. Mv
Country 'Tis of Thee. The Battle
Hymn of the Republic, Dixie, 'March
ing Through Georgia, and tho Battle
try of rreedom.
Okdinarilv the Un ion's pommon
taries on republican machine, nnlitina
1.1 t m . . . I
uum oe very reireshing, but its cur
rent observations are so tardy, so super
iitions in view of the knowledge the
public has of the way matters are con
dUCtcd from the M.irk Ifnnnn
ing. the sifrnihcance of the fifima ia
generally lost in the present situa
Here are some nVures of snooini in
terest just now: From San Francisco
to the Philippine islands, it is 6,520
miles; from San Francism tn Hmi
Kong, 6,880 miles: from Kev 'pat t
natana, u miles: Irom Havana tn
Porto Rico. 1.040 liiiloa: frnm Pri
Rico to the Cape Verde, islands, 2,370
nines; iroiu iew lork to l'orto Rieo,
1,'JtlO miles: from New York tn rlw
spam, o.iiJ miles; from Cadiz to
lanarv islands. 780 milos- fmm
tanary islands to Porto Rico. 2,990
iuiies; irom Jew York to Havana,
WILLIAM J. BltYAX made a charaef ri-
tic patriotic speech theother dav at Pea-
1 .. V il l .
i;ts.. ine nome oi (ieneral At
torney J. G. Johnson, of th Mn.lm
Woodmen, whose guest he was, and in
which he said that until the war is
ended and victory crowns the army of
America all the people should forget
asim man, siaml lie-
lnnu the covernment t Wnikinnin
and uphold and sustain it IL oi.i
that although there is a monopoly on
annual eervuiing in America that
there should lie none nn nntrlntlm.,
and he expressed joy at the thought
mm i no republican parly could not
claim any. -When we' free Cuba
from foreign domination.'" hA
then we will affain nrnnpo1 in r.,,-
OWn IK?CUliar manner In fro mii.
beloved country from financial domi-
Army and Kavyoejeera.
Many people not in martini c.n.
are uninformed concerninr thp. de
grees of naval work and how they
compare with those of the rmv tk
relative rank between tho twn
branches of the service is as follows:
Admiral with rrpneral. ri
with lieutenant irener&l. rear m1 m i ja 1
with major jreneraL rommnHnr ih
brigadier general, captain with colonel.
commanaer wun lieutenant colonel,
lieutenant commander with maim-
lieutenant Willi captain; lieutentant.
junior grade, with first lieutenant,
and ensign with second lieutenant.
ine pay oi naval otheers in active
service compared with th nffin f
the army is as follows:
Lieutenant general 1
Rear admiral '."..!
Hriiradier general !""'
1 n T 1 T"VT nnnn m . I
bK 1,1 KIIK KM'h'V IV 1 U
Jil l JJAJH n I 'lj" T V T LM
SAMUEL Q0MPER3 8AY8 THE WORK
1NQ CLASS E8 ARE FOR PEACE.
Iha Trades Leader Counsels Boaormble Ef.
: fort to Avoid Disastrous Strife Saya War
Is a Menace to Revived Bnslnsss Pledgee
WerkJasrsaen's Loyalty to the Flat;.
"American labor wishes Cuba to be
free. . The American Federation of La.
nor, representing 600,000 workingmen.
ueerrea vnna iree from all BDanun con'
troL But American labor does not de
sire war it there is anv honrrrahlB wnw
to avoid it American laboaaVnows that
tm .1 i . . . . T. - , .
u tuere ia war ine great burden or tne
straggle must fall urjon the lahorlne
men. The must furnish the volunteer
soldiers, uey must give their bodies to
the battlefield, and (her must leave
widows and omhana for oharitv to nm.
tect In all history never was there a
question oi national honor settled by
Thus spoke Samuel Qompers, presi-
uem oi tne American Federation of La
bor, the other evening in rhimoo.
where he has been adjusting platters of
uiracBt to tne iocai ia Dor organizations.
"Understand me." continued Mr.
Gompera. "as not tneanino tn intimnfa
that American labor is not prepared to
stand for the flag and the nation with
Us heart s blood. But as I havn h-atbImI
through the ranks of organized labor
smoQ juarcn oi i nave round the senti
ment to be almost nnanimnna that it
Cuba could be freed and reparation for
tne loss oi tne Maine could be sermren
witbout bloodshed it should be done.
II war must be. then labor will hoin
tne front van. It is my personal opinion
mac a conmct is almost inevitable
Yon must understand that tnr k.
last 20 years, in this country a great
worn oi numanizimr men in t.hnir rela
tions to each other baa bnen
... o e
it nas been a tremendous reorganization
oi tne social ana political as well as the
economic relations of men tn unh nK
They have been drawing closer tosreth
or, ana ine more narmonious relations
oi Jabor and oamtal are evidennn nf tha
strength of this movement War means
a eeioacc io inis reorganization, a sen
ous wow to its progress for years to
'Again, a revival nf hpnlthv Mm.
M - j 1
trial conditions is at hanrl. Thai
oi increasea worn is leit on all sides.
War means an interruption nf this
xne laDoring man ox today, the man
in tbe ranks of organized lahnr.
never thinking as much as he is at the
present time, ana ne is not crying for
war. is it necessary that, because a pro-
Weylento. for nolitical reasnna. h.
stroyed our Maine, we should seek repa
ration by sheddfng the blood of other
men? Are there not other honorable
modes oi reparation to be ohtainnn;
When It IS determined thnra lira n nf
such modes, then consideration of war
will be another Question.
Of labor organizations Mr. Gomners
went on to sav: "Thev
stronger. I think capitalists and the
workingmen are closer together than
ever, and wa Iiova fAsrhixl that
where there is no human power that can
destroy we labor organizations of the
United States. The fact that trDO n-.
ganizations have gone through the period
oi industrial depression without becom
ing aisorsanizea has increased tho mn
fidence and respect in them on the. mrt
oi tne employer.
inrther. there ia mnm wnrlr Inr l.
bor today than there has been for soma
time past. Labor is more in demand.
and. while here and there soma riifTor.
ences exist, they are not serious, and
the general situation is most excellent
ui course tbe preparations' for war
have increased tha work in CArr.nin
branches of labor enormously,' but to
onset in is is tne tact that while war is
imminent or when it becomes a certain
ty thero will be much caniral withheld
from investment because of capital's
timidity. This will affect industrial con
ditions to a certain extent Thn Pnhn
question will trouble everything until it
is setuea, ana mat is one oi the power
ful reasons Whv labor wishr-s Inr tho
freedom of Cuba. A more powerful rea
son ia that the arantins of nolitinnl tVpa.
dam to a rjeonle but nranedps thA
ing for them of eoonomio freedom. Aft
er political ireeaom is seen red for Cnba
the great questions will arise of eoon
omio freedom, and in all this American
labor is vitally interested and opposed
to the existence of any rotten Spanish
autocracy in Cuba," Chicago Tim.
Conramption Positively Cared.
R. B. Greeve. merchant, of Phil
howie. Va-.rcrtities that he had con
sumption, was sriven up to die. snutrli
all metiical treatment that money
could procure, tried all
. , p..
dies he coultl hear of. but rot no r-
Iiej; MHTll nianV Illp-htH k tt nrr nn
a chair; was induceil to try I)r. Kino-
Jew Discovery, and was cured liv
of two bottles. For past three years
has Wn attending to business and
says Dr. King's New Discovery is the
grandest remedy ever made, as it has
done so much for him and also for
others in his community. Dr. Kino-
New Discovery is cuarantoMi
coughs, colds and consumption
don't faiL Trial bottles free at Hart
& CUemeyer's drug store
THE ABQUS, r WEDNESDAY. MAY 18, 1898.
Vitalize Your Blood, Overcome That
Tired Feeling. Get a bottle of
Hoods Sarsaparilla and begin to
take it TODAY, and realize the great
gooa it is sure to do you.
sonnca s ureaiesi jteoioine. as druggists.
EXPERT'S OPINION ON WAR,
Dr Haaard foedlcts Less Carnage on Land,
at More Cripples Will Be Seen.
Dr. T. L. Hazard, chief surgeon of
the Allegheny (ieneral hospital, in a
recent interview said that in case of
war between ' the land forces of the
United States and Spain that he did not
anticipate that the loss would be as
ureal as durina tha war nf tho rhi
lion, although the munitions of war are
capaoie oi iar more destruction now
than tbev wsro 25 years aon. Ha sua
say, however, that there would probably
ne a great many more wouuded. The
arlvanra tiiariA in mrnorv it. t.n
v " " iuc paai
quarter of a century, be says, will be
tne means or saving the wounded and
Dr. Hazard Says that where there was
one cripple made in action 25 years ago
there will be ten made now. It used to
be that when a soldier was shot through
ootn legs or arms that he almost iuvari
ably died from tbe effects nf thn
tion necessitated. Eut now that nmdpm
surgery has so hear reached perfection
ne predicts mat tbe loss of life in bat
tles will bo much less, but that tho nw.
ful effects of them will be more appar
ent in after years by tbe number of
cripples that will be seen.
The doctor is of the opinion that the
government win make a very elaborate
preparation to care for the woundon in
tact, more so thau has ever been done
betore tn the case of a nation at war.
This, he says, will result in thn rwvw.
ery of many of tbe dangerously wounded
and will in after years make tho pension
list of this government an unusually
mug one. rittsburg Dispatch.
COLONIAL DAMES TO HELP,
National Society Forms a Relief Associa-
'or soiaiers and Bailor.
The National Society of tbe Colouial
Dames of America at its nnnnnl cnevirm
recently concluded in Washington, de
sooiution, with branchoa in every state
In tlio TTn;n J
The dutv of this relipf
Will be "to eamSStlv co-nnfr:itn in nil
measures to provide necessaries and
COmfortS for Our arillV anrl tl:irr nnil fr,r
sufferers in any great national disaster
A. 11 ' . . 1
uuu iu aneviaio ine oistress and anxie
ties of their families and by every
means iu its power to promote a brave
submission to the will of our Heavenly
Father and the decrees of our temnnral
Tho association will nl una irunlf nn.
der tho orders of the surgeons general of
mo army ana navy and will request
tbe president's authorization nnrl nn.
proval. Committees are being formed
all over the conutrv tn miipft mnae
medicine and supplies cf all kinds that
.111 I J . a ...
win ue iieeaea oj our soioiers aud sail
Many thousand women nf cnpinl ilia.
tiuction, wealth and influence are Colo
nial Dames, and thev
themselves in this war a work as help
ful and extensive as that of tho Sanita
ry society in the civil war. New York
A Real Catarrh Core.
The trial size of Ely's Cream Balm
which . can .lie had of the druiro-ist is
sufficient to demonstrate its reat
merit. Send 10 cents, we will "mail
it. Full sixe .10 cents.
56 Warren street. New York City.
Catarrh caused difficulty in.sieakinr
and to a treat extent loss" of heariiv.
r . ... ... r
dv ine use oi rjy s cream Balm drc
pinir of mucus has ceased, voice and
hearinjr have ffreatly improved. J.
W. Davidson, attorney at law. Mon-
Give the Chndrea a Drink
Called Grain-O. It is a delicious, ao-
petizuifr. nourishing food drink to
take the place of coffee. Sold by all
grocers and liked by all who 'have
used it. because when properly pre
pared it tastes like the finest coffee.
but is free from all its injurious prop
erties. Grain-O aids digestion and
strengthens the nerves, it is not a
stimulant, but a health builder, and
children, as well as adult, can drink
it with great lierieht. Costs alxmt
one-fourth as much as coffee. 15 and
For Over Fifty Year .
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teethintr. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all rain, rnrca win,! .!;.. .!
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
Have Tm KMney Trouble?
A 50 cent trial bottle nf FnW
Cure will prevent serious results from
this usually fatal disease. Sol.! hr T
r twt-tjJ' 1
I n M IM Tl I
WRIGHT & BHRBER
WANTED A COMPETEST GIRL AT TO
Rock Island house. '
GIRL AT THE
TAN'TED-A GIRL FOR SECOND WORK
ui i iw sifcona avenue.
WANTED -A COMIETENT (TOK AT
lie Delmonico restaurant, 1815 Second
WANTED A COMPETENT C.I HI. AS
Cook lit DM K.,iinil uvnna l!r.mi..
WANTED TO RENT AN 8 OR 10-ROOM 1
v modern house May 1 or before. ACUrcs?
x A sous office.
WANTED A GOOD BLACKSMITH AT
Burstow. 111. For full nurtivulars wriip
or cait on a. u unen.
WATED-100 LADIES WISHING EM-
v pioyment. 1'lease cull on Mrs. D. U
A nastronK, 3ulS Fifth avenue, from 5 to 7 p. tn.
WANTED AT ONCE. A COMPETENT
irirl for trMn'r I hmiujkwnflf innl.
Mrs. G. K. Housei, 40V Twenty-thlr j street!
WANTED BOARD AND KOOV BY A
i"i.m.i 1 .1 d T ..... I . ... ... .. I .
of Twenty-ant street. Addrew - H. ," Tils
WANTED GOODS TO STORE IN CHEAP,
AlA&n anA llcrhl Mams. Mwma
rator at 1821 Seoond avenue. JohunT Jones
Two rings on 1317.
AT ANTED A MAN OF GOOD APPEAR-
unce. Call between S and 6 o cliM'k
Thursday or Friday at Room 8. 3UI Twentieth
street. W. J. Mason
A r ANTED A PLACE ASHOUPEKEEPKR
TV nf tA Vnrlf fur hnnnl h A41na.i I.) ....
about middle une. Must have a home at ouee.
Address "Mrs. D.," cure Am,U9.
WANTED TO RENT, WITH THE VIEW
of purchasing, a cottaire with on,. r
more acres of land in the suburbs of Roek Isl-
anu. Address C H.. AHtjUH ofnee.
WANTED SITUATION BY A YOUNG
colored man experienced in hotel busi
ness: is intelligent and industrious, best of
references furnished. Address -M n i u.
ANTED AT ONCE. THREE EXPK1M.
enced dressmakers. None but experts
corner Second and Brady streets, Duveiiporl
ANTED ACTIVE MAN TO TRAVEL
TV in thisnnH n.upkixt.,,11.11... AAA.. i.
. - ' -. ..ii.ivin. 111III1IU
and all expenses no experience or capital re
quired. Address Manufacturer. P. o. Hox ThS.
WANTED RELIABLE MEN TO TACK
Un lUl V P 1 1 . r, i. Bl.tKA i
steady work. Send 10 cent for postaee. un.
v.c, i .vj. uuuk miicine compsny. s4jy north
Colorado street, Philadelphia, Pa.
TXT "TED ENGAGEMENTS TO PLAY
iinuiKCT kooq music, lienrv
.. ..u.,, luruiaa viona ana
hiano music No. 700 Seventeenth street, tel.
WANTED TO LOAN MONET ON D1A
miutrt. v k . ..k , a -1 w
oiusleal iBStrameBta. blevnlna ninth !. a
goods, rurn'ture, ete. Hlhea ease prloea
paid ror seoond hand goods of all kind aiaa
. v VB mu mm HWI a usual
store prices. All basin ess iransarntocs strtobi
oonadentlaL His new number and loeatloiT.
1621 Seoond Avenue Tioat forget Ik t. W.
Jones. Two rings on 1347.
TVB KAf.V.-JIS.ir'nr PIOU. Divl- ret
r- - - - - . . - - ..... . ... ., lv j .- ;
ana eniintv S-trt wripw.. win .
i-. .m t..n,j ij;iri
trade In a small farm, or other realty. W.
COR SALE LOT RnrrnriQii rnovt o
M. T Wnt-thirr1 atraat eirw1 MIHis . ..' " .
T. J. Uftlpln, M Miia street, St. Louis, Mo.
TjX)R SALE LOT SOUTH BART CORNKR
foot Irons. Will sell on easy terms, a A.
dress T. i. Halpin, Mt Main street. bL Lotus
IiX)R SALE-COAL IN ANY QUANTITY
A of H bushels or over ml 12 M n.
Uvered C. O. D. to anv nartnf th i. r...
orders at Onmmerelal bouae barber shop. Book
pK)R SALE A RESIDENCE OF SEVEN
A rooms; well appointed, with modem eon-
r -, -" "."wn " i poysieiaa
, . . - m uwiur man.
Good yard, and convenient to street cars. Ad-
iras- IH AtUiLS.
IOR 8 ALE WELL ESTABLISHED Busi
ness: dolOK about 830 000 per annum; lo
cated on tbe most prominent corner in the
ci.j vi rmu Aoumiii: i mw cars paw the store
frm Dlf MMhM HhiI . .
. larmini? lanoa
in Missouri or Kansas, bslanee easn or iu
equivalent. Address CoL J. A. Bradley. SOL'Si
E. Houston street. San Antonio, Tes.
ri wita yoawketbrr yon ronttnar Ui .
vu. Krimunmi, .SM
Umm, pariBw Ua t.iou4 i
omrm Itgr mm. 1 M ttfc
SI. !! r run.; 1 hnmrm. w; mX
irmtd to ear' . or wm rrtnmA wn f
sr.u g a
wis- m m.
1 . St V A. oill
hi mr- will
Subscribe for The Abgc's.
Ynil Pan Rank nn Rue Ckni.
s vu vuii wuun wil WUI VjllUCdt
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 run 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. , , ' '
second -AVEisrcrE ' t.
T."10R SALE-SIX LOTS NEAR TOWN MOO
I -J each. Gonlon i liawmao.
T7K)R SALE FIVE
ACRES FOR SALE
ear town. Gordon a Bowman.
plOR SALE-REAL ESTATE NOW EARN
A lmr 10 per cent on tbn Investaent. Ia
lulre oi Thomas Hman, 715 Third avenue.
FOR SALE THE REAR P.VRT OK L.
Simon k bouse. Inquire of Simon A Mos
felileror Hudson A Parker, corner First ave
une and Seventeenth street.
FOR SALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
with about 60 diflcrent slides, suitable for
fllirir letra! blanks or anv description of papers
In tiat form to be kept In kbape for writing.
A comprehecsive lndei connected. Juki tbe
thing for any office witn contracts, etc., to
file. Adc'ress ti. E. C, c arj of Thi AHuvr.
IiTOR RENT THB STORE ROOM AT 1810
Third avenue. Afpy V. Dauber.
tX)R REWT HOUSE AT FOOT OFMOLINE
avenue and Twenty third street. Apply
at T30 Nineteenth. '
1lt KENT HOt'SK WITH BARN ON
Third avenue near Twentv-llrst slreeu
In.iuire at u Twetitv-seeond street.
FOR KENT-A FRONT AND BACK PAR
lor of new bouse, with bath privilt-ires.
with or without board, at ZTS3 Sixth avenue .
IilOU RENT-EIGHT-ROOM HOt'SK. FI'R-nai-e
heat. miMlern improvements. M
Twentieth street. Rent. tSt. Apply to Hayes
ii t'luaveland. Bengston block.
TfOR RENT - EIGHT ROOM HOUSE.
A Thirteenth street and Seoond avenue.
Kent S.K) Apply to K II. tSiailord at Jackson
& Hunt's ofilce.
1XK SALIVA NUMBER OF VACANT
A. lots in Smnefn addition: very central;
within easy reach of the troverntnent ar enal,
most of tne larue shops in Mollne and the
roundhouse of tbe Cbicaco. Hock Island & Pa
cllto ratirosd. Anyone bavinir tbe ready cash
can buy one or all of them at a barcain. Abto
a few c ouaces. Apply to V. M. Sinnet, 420i
TNSTItT'CTION GIVEN ON VIOLIN. CALL
..r ...l.lu. M l.n. j', . : .....
WR,TE TO FULTON ft YEAGLEY.
uenion, icx., u voa nave aeeounts,
notes or judgments vs. Texas parties that you
ucniic KIUCU ur WDIlrumiWX
SALESMEN WANTED-BY HIGH RATFI)
j litciory suppivitiL- free out lit anl navins
several u.-uis oi er to weekly cash. Brattice
Sl.i Pcii'l. New York.
(51 1- WEEKLY.
. - - .miku iw war new patentee
! I" cent ronsumetn' article. Only whole-
I sale to sell at siirbt to every store and bsrtier
shop, lis oS weekly salary hy cotitrart.
Send for particulars and (I value samples only
I . wun. " iuo ci . i. oniy money order
' Dsvennort Consumers' Manufacturing- com
' nin. Ilav.nnv I .
AGENTS WANTED-FOR "WAR WITH
pain. inciuuint' fattleson ea and land
tyoniains ail about armies, navies, forts and
warsbiiHf iMith nations and rrapbic storv of
ine ureal victory or the irallanl Iteaev: tells
everviblsirnlHtut Saninsoii s.-hl..,- 1. 1, ......
j Lee niul leatlinx eomnianders, bv Hon. J tmes
Katikin Younv. the iutrvpid leader for Cuba
re hi me iiaiis oi eonvress. The irreatest
er book published: tut larve paires; l(i stiiierti
iiiiisiraitons manv lo richest colors. Has Uitre
colored maps. Hif (est Iks, biirhest cmnns
sions lowest price: only Sl.Ia. Each Kutrritf r
receives irrand l preniium free. IN-mand
enormous: harvest f..r audits: idav' cnillf
nTiirui paio: ooiiii iree. Write toriiiv. Ad
dress tbe National Hook t oncera. Dept. It
7tiA I ku'i r-tkm j't.i
Appllentloa Fer Hale of Real KUte.
William L. Ludolpfa. Attornry.
To all pts.hi m hom It may concern:
Notice Is hereby (men thai tb undersiirned
Hi-nrv .inbiit-en imardianof IXwant Kel
niers :uid Msry Keimers. minors, will make an-
cmniv eoun or kim-k llatd
county, at a rirular term thereof, to be held
at the court bouse in the city of Kick Island
insaid county, on the tlr.t Monday of June.
A II. IXw. hlnetheixtbdav thereof, fin-an
ordi-r aod decree of said court, direetins him.
assaal ruanban. to m-I1 the follow in? r-al
tsiate lieloD .-inr to sid minors, or so nni.-ti
thereof as stiull seem n said court tot lie in-t'-rest
of said minors, situati d In tbe eouuty
of Kock Island and at ate of Illinois, toalt:
The two-twelfths (3-1 Jl undivided interest in
lots nirtiiiier Keven 7 and nine 1W1 1, block
numtM-r friur l la that part of tbe city of
Kocs island, state of Illinois, knoaaaaaiid
called South Park additlim. for tbe suMMrt
and education of said minor, and for tbe pur
lse of investing sued of the firoeenl' of said
le as shall not l immediately r-(ul.itr f,.r
sjid support and educMion in other real es
tate, or Ml vlherai-e in vesting the xame.
. Guardian of said Minors.
Whjjah L. Lcdlph, Attorney.
ire the most fatal of all
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURh
l GUARANTEED remedv
31 monev refunfled. Con
tains remedies recognized
oy an eminent physicians
is the best for Kidney and
iae nac . mad $ mtf
Good winee uii flqaors are today more
widely, aod bapplly. more wisely ned than
at any time in the world's history. Tim
cense of it la the recognition of IU beneiita
to th human system. Han Is proving by
experience its proper taes, and all mut
concede pare liquors prevent diseases and
help resttre Ita ravages. Wine and whisky
are a healthful stimulant to the mental an i
moral activities. Without bodily health
you are no factor in the world's forces.
Ton may know that you can secure always
the purest and always the cheapest in anr
quantity yoa m it require at our store, the
only wholesale house In the city dispensing;
goods direct to the consumer. Our special
ties are TO SAVK YOU MONEY" and
give you pure and unadulterated goods.
Open evenings until 10 o'clock.
We have the Best EaulDoed
Repair Shop in the west
And all kinds of job work. We also
carry a complete Una Jot gum and
218 Seventeenth'St Market Square.
i. e HEinr.
T. a. ariiir.
Ms Fear Bomt mm Um$ B, Hurt.
Insurance and Loins.
t4M.m 4. Mitchell a Lyade b'og.
EM OVAL OF THE
Architect jral Iron Works
Brass Foundry and
Maker of Hesry ai i Light Braae at S
Bronx. Ca;lnff, faUrra Hiking an Oa
eral Joekiog. Unas 11 p Balllag. Iroa
and Hrass Orll's, Offlet Bt lints. Arrbes,
Gwe aa reoemff. Ir a sialrs. Loon.
Gsvdi aai aestUi. -r.
Shop aod Offioe Cor. of Second Ave.
and Twentj-tbfrd St
' slTri City Railway
tela by t
Bock Island, IU.