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THE AKGUS, WEDNESDAY, MAT 25 1898.
Published Dslly and Weekly at 1824 Second
Avenue, Rock Ialsnd, 111. Entered at the
Potto (Bee m Second-clan matter
IN TBS HAMK or J. W. POTTER.
TERMS Dally, 10 eenu per week. Weekly,
It 00 per annum; In advance 11.50.
All communications of political or argumen
tative character, political or religious, must
have real name attached for publication. No
such article will be printed over fictitious sig
natures. Correspondence solicited from every town
ship in Rock bland county.
Wednesday Mat 25, 1898.
IN HOC SIGNO VINCES.
Democratic Congressional Convention.
Psblia notice la hereby given that a demo
eratie convention la called to meet at the
eourt bona in the efty of Rock Inland, Illinois.
t I o'clock noon of the 15th day of
June A. D., iw), for the purpose of nominat
ing a demoeratlo candidate for the office of
representative for the Tenth Consreaslonal
district, and to transact any other business
that may come before said eonventloB.
The basis of representation at such conven
tion shall be one delegate for each two nun
, dred (9)0) and excess of one hundred or more
demoeratlo votes cast for Bryan and Sewall
la the election of 1 8M The number of dele
gates allotted to each county In said Tenth
Congressional district Is as follows, to-wit:
Rock Island. a
Knox...,. , , 17
County conventions In said Tenth Congres
sional district will govern themselves acoord
lnglj. A. a BDHHO, Rock Island, 111.
R. H. HitntA , Cambridge, IlL
Ononoi at Easts, Aledo. IlL
D. W. Rom, La Fayette, IlL
C. 0. Cbsio, Oalesburg, IlL
Giotici lUHtuu, rulton, IlL
Democratic Senatorial t'onvrntlon.
The democratic voters and supporters of
the Chlcatro platform of IHM, of the counties
of Rock Inland and Henry are requested to
end delegates to a senatorial convention to
be held at the court bouse, in the city of Kock
Island, Thursday, June t 1XH at 1 o'clock p.
m., for the purpose of nominating one candi
date lor representative and one candi
date for senator In the irenei-al assem
bly for the Thirty-third senatorial district of
this state, and to transact such other business
as may properly come before the mt-etiiur.
The basis of representation will be one dele
gate for every auo voles and major fraction
thereof cast for William J. liryan for presi
dent In IHM, towlt: Koek Island county, 23
ueieiraies; Henry county, 15 delegates.
Dated at Rock Island, 111 , this ld day of
May, A. D, 1WH. John T. Stafkhkd,
C. M. Tcknkr,
JOHS SCHAVErt, JB.
' Senatorial Committee.
Can it be that the American naval
fleets are at sea as to the where
abouts of Cervera?
Tolitics make strange fellows,
indeed, as witness some of the intle-
arrilmllln pnnpnpt'mna iniliiluul 1...
- . a,...,,,,, MW. K
Island county republican defecates
- ,,. -
Bo it remembered that one Charles
J. Searle is now the rooster who rules
the roost of Rock Island couutv re
publicanism regardless of subse
Doubtless the action of the repub
lican county convention in elevating
Payne and attacking the Allen bill,
will be received by (Jov. Tanner with
Dewey's refusal to permit the
German cruisers to enter the port .of
Manila, and the manner in whi.-li 'ho
tnet the bluff by w hich it was pro-
wseu to iorce an entrance, was anoth
er display of American pluck. It was
notice to the world that' the liat of,
America , may in time of war be ex
tended to all corners of the globe, and
wherever it goes it is law.
Mr. Bryan's Critic.
St. Louis Republic
William Jennings Bryan is in the
Unenviable Plight of that man of song
who would 1w damned if he did and
be darned if he didn't." I
When the manhood of the nation
IMS B V
Vitalize Your Blood, Orereome That
Tired Feeling. Get a bottle of
Hood's Saraaparffla ' and begin to
take it TODAY, and realize the great
good it Is sure to do you.
sIfAjMrleal Ortatut MXjctn AB droglstsV
responded with patriotic fervor to the !
call to arms. Mr. Brian's iwlfwnn.l
n. : , ... ...1 1. . . I
Dtiiutcu critics rang ine cry ail over
. t 1. . . J
mc lauu: -onere is uryan?" Tben
when they learned that he was willing
to serv e his country in any capacity
to which he might be assigned, offer
ing hi cmisi as a private ana march
to the front, they denounced this as a
palpable exhibition of
flaring that no man of his standing
needed to Drove his Waltv an.l
patriotism in that way. Now that
mr. orvan is raising a regiment at
nis nome in Nebraska ana expects to
go out as its colonel if a second call
is made by the president, his detrac
tors"are makin? nierrv nrpr th Inni-
dent and heaping much ridicule on
All of Which roes to show that Mr
Bryan cannot hope to please his fool
critics. When he did not nroclaim
in hot haste his eagerness to shoulder
a gun and march on Cuba alone, they
said he was a coward. When he en
listed as a private in a company com-
poseu 01 nis neighbors, , they said he
was a deinafoinie. Now that he is
. n 1
raising a regiment, they say he is a
seu-seeKing politician, ana are already
reviling his command with the epi
thets of the "Silver Legion," "Wil
lie's Wonders,11 and other similar
titles of detraction.
It can be safely nredieted. without
any attempt to defend Mr. Bryan
iruiii me uiy attacks 01 nis cieirac
tors. that if he iroes into the war tin
will display the same qualities of
11 cart suu uiinu mai nave enuearea
him to millions of his ennntrvmpn.
He has YOUth. tx-rsnn.al mnrrnptiisn.
ambition, cotirage, gool sense and a
natural power or command, attested
by an experience that falls to the lot
of few Americans.
Mr. Brvan's fool critics would bet
ter keep quiet until as a soldier he
commits some of the numerous errors
for which they are fondly hoping.
A Long Felt Want.
It Is Supplied in Rock Island at Last.
It is hard to always lie pleasant.
Good natured people are often irri
Ever have itching piles?
Not sick enough to go to lied, or not
well enough to lie content.
Nothing will annoy you so,
The constant itching sensation.
Hard to bear, harder to get relief.
Keeps vou awake nio-hts.
Spoils your temper, nearly drives
Isn't relief and cure A long felt
M il 111.' ..
u s 10 dc hail for every one in
Doan's Ointment never fails to cure
itchiny piles, eozpma nr nnv Uoh.nn.ia
ui uiu SN1U.
Here is a proof of it at the testi
monv of a citizen.
F. A. Scott, of 2506 Fifth-and-a-half
avenue, retired farmer, says: "I
consider Doan's Ointment the test
remedy on the market for itching
........ ti 1 . .. . ... . n
linen. 1 nave Deen troubled witn tor
menting disease for 'years. I tried
various remedies, but novor o-nt. nv
permanent relief until I tried Doan's
Ointment. I saw it advertised and
esiieciallv recoinmonilnl fnr t.hi
trouble and got a lxx at Marshall &
rishers drur store. Tt. wnrkml like
charm and stooned the intolerable
itching almost immediately. I con
tinued the use of it for a short time,
and have not lxen W.hi-ri'il with the
intolerable itching sin cc. I never fail
10 recommend noun ' Dintmnnr. t.
everv onnortnnitv tHnr. i nrsiipnrul
Doan s Ointment for sale bv all
dealers. Price 50 cer ts. Mailed bv
Foster-Milburn Co., Ituffalo,. N. Y.
sole airents for thn ITnitoil S;ttpa
Remeraiier the name. Doan's, and
take no substitute. For sale by Mar-
suaii oc risner.
SASH, D00K AND BLUD TBTJST.
Eng llh Synilipato to Pnrrhaae Almost the
TVhola Amrrkui Oatflt.
Milwaukee, May 25. A special to The
Hcrold from OshkoaOi says: There' is a
plan on the tapis which If carried out
will cause a revolution In the sash, dor
and blind industry of the country. The
plan Is that the sanh. door and Mind
factories of various places stre to be
purchased and controlled by an Eng
lish syndicate after the manner of the
Diamond Match company. The cities
embraced In the proposition include
Minneapolis. St. Paul and Winona,
Minn.; Birmingham, Addison Hornefls
vllle, Syracuse and Buffalo, N. T.; Osh
kosh. Merrill and Milwaukee, Wlsv;
Clinton, Dubuque, Muscatine and Ly
ons, la., and Rock Island, Ills.
The committee has been at work on
the scheme about six months. The pur
chasing; capital had just about beerr
ecured when the war interfered. It is
said all are willing to sell out for cash,
but a number are unwilling to give up
control of their plants to a syndicate
and retain stock. -
ProesodlBgs la Cnaaraas.
Washington, May 25. That feature of
the war revenue measure placing a tax
of one-quarter of 1 per cent, upon the
gross receipts of corporations was un
der discussion In the senate throughout
yesterday's session. Incidentally the
proposed tax on bank deposits was ad
verted to. The principal speeches were
delivered by Piatt of Connecticut, and
Lindsay, both of whom vigorously at
tacked the corporation tax. Today the
senate will resume the discussion of
the pending measure an hour earlier
than usual, the session beginning at 11
The session of the house was brief.
8everal bills were passed, notably those
for the organisation of the naval hos
pital corps, to facilitate military trials
for small offenses, and to authorise the
appointment of a commission to allot
certain lands to and secure the cession
of the Uintah Indians In their reserva
tion In Utah.
Oragra Arrives at Hobs.
Atlanta, Oa.. May IS. A special to
The Constitution reports the safe ar
rival of the United States battleship
Oregon, at Jupiter, Fla.
MUSINGS AROUND -MILAN.
Interesting Batch of News Frosa tba' Towa
on the Hennepin.
Milan, Mav 24. Mrs. Cvrus Mc-
Michael, of Taylor Ridge, . spent
Thursday and Friday witn relatives.
A babv girl arrived at the borne ot
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. SvdnorJVYednes-
Johnny Koch, of Rock Island, spent
Saturday and Sunday -with Lester
Htdhert Terrv. of Drurv township.
visited Monday with (J. if. Brown and
E. D. Fisher, of Sears, had - charge
of the Presbvterian church services
Miss Emma McCartney entertained a
nartv of friends from Kock Island
Sunday afternoon. , .;. .
William Stewart, of Jamestown,
Ind., is visiting with E. T. Wilson
and family in Rural.
Mrs. J. Hamonerich, of Moline,
spent Saturday and Sunday with J.
Rickert, of Bowlinrr.
Frank Goldsmith and fainilv spent
Sunday with his parents, . Mr. and
Mrs. William Goldsmith. .
David Anderson and family moved
from Coal Valley to their house on
Vanumn s island last week.
A babv boy arrived to gladden the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crop
per Tuesday. It is their lirst born.
illiam W llliams and family, of
Rock Island, spent Sunday with Mrs.
Williams' mother, Mrs. J. C. Adams,
Mrs. J. S. Matthews gave a supper
and entertainment to the -choir of the
jresbyterian church Saturday even
Mrs. Noda Wilhite and children, of
Chicago, arrived Saturday for a few
weeks' visit among friends and rehv
II. W. Buckle, principal of the Mi
lan school, will leave as soon as the
term closes to go into the newspaper
Swan Appel, of Sears, is erecting a
new building on the west side of his
store for a saloon. Euiil Lnchmann,
of Rock Island, is going to run it.
John fcpickler, of laylor Kidjre,
shelled 5,000 bushels of corn for J. E.
Crouch, of Sears, at Milan last week
which Mr. Crouch shipped to Peoria.
trustee vuliiam Dickson had
lively runaway last Thursday, but
lucKiiy little damage was uone, only
breaking the harness and the horse
receiving a cut on the shoulder.
The Milan public school closes its
term May 26. There are no graduates
this year. The pupils of the gram
mar department are preparing to give
an entertainment Thursday night at
me town nan.
Dr. George A. Wiggins anil William
Goldsmith, school directors, visited
the Milan school Monday for the first
time this term to assist the principal
in having the boys sign a pledge, so
as to act courteous to him on the
streets, and not hoot at him as they
did Friday evening when he ejected. 'a
boy from school.
The Discovery of the Day. '
Aug. J. Bogel, the leading drug
gist of Shreveport, La., says: 'Dr!
King's New Discovery is he only
thing that cures my cough, and it is
the best seller I have." J. F. Camp
bell, merchant of Safrord, Ariz.
writes: "Dr. King's New Discovery
is all that is claimed for it , it, never
fails, and is a sure cure for consump
tion, coughs and colds. I cannot say
enough for its merits." Dr. King's
New Discovery for ' consumption
coughs and colds is not an experi
ment. It has been tried for a ouar-
ter of a century, and today stands at
the head. It never disappoints. Free
trial bottles at Hartz & Ullemeyer's
It Will Surprise You.
In order to prove the great merit of
Ely's Cream Balm, the most effective
cure for catarrh and cold in the head
your druggist will supply a generous
10-cent trial size or we will mail for
10 cents. Full size 50 cents.
56 Warren street. New York City.
Elv's Cream Balm has completely
cured me of catarrh when everything
else failed. Alany acquaintances have
used it with excellent results.- Alfred
W. Stevens, Caldwell, Ohio. ' -
Files! PUasI 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,
rriraa lnel,nf. toIia? TW 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 and f 1 per box.
Williams Mancfactcrixq Co.,
Proprietors, Cleveland Ohio
Sold by M. F. Bahnsen, Druggist.
Beaaty la Blood Deep.
Clean! blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cases rets, Candy Cathar
tic clean" your u.ooa and Keep it clean, by
stirring the lazy liver and driving all inv
E unties from the body. Begin to-day to
inish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads,
and that sicVy bilious complexion by taking
Cascarets, beauty tor ten rents.:. Afl drag
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c.
To Coosamptlvas. ;
As an honest remedy, Foley's Honey
and Tar does not hold ont false hopes
in advanced stages, but truthfully
claims to give comfort and relief in
the very worst cases, and in the early
stages to effect a cure. Sold by T. H.
Thomas. "'" " "
BsteeatoYoar Bosrsis With Caaaarsts.
Caady Oatbartie, cars eonstlpstioa-tofevsr.
lOe.&c It C C C. tail, drafglsta ref sad nxjaey.
Basra tas . J9 M tgt
How Many of Them Have Quietly
Obtained Advice That Made
Ht sister, if you find that in spite of
following faithfully your family doe
tor's advice, yon are not getting -well,
why do you not try another couras f
Many and many a woman has quietly
written to Mrs. Pinkham, of Lynn.
Mass., stating her symptoms plainly
and clearly, and taken b er advice, which
was promptly received. The follow
ing letter is a
our claims :
" I had been
sick for six
told me I
to go to a
would get well. I had female troubles
in their worst form, suffered untold
agonies every month ; my womb tipped
hack to my backbone, bad headache,
hysteria, fainting spells, itching, leu
oorrhoea. My feet and hands were cold all
the time, my limbs were so weak that
I could hardly walk around the bouse;
was troubled with numb spells. I
have taken four bottles of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, one
bottle of her Blood Purifier, one pack
age of her Sanative Wash, and am
entirely cured. I have not had one
of those numb spells since. Can yon
wonder that I sing the praises of a
medicine that has cured me of all these
ills ?' Mrs. Louisa Place, 650 Bel
mont St. Brockton. Mass.
Tom A. Marshall
Mtsta Ovstancc LlMCf
G CNERALOfTlCtS 1
1 CITIES AND TOWN., AT AftCM IT
't TZUbRAPH RA TiS.
Marshall town, Iowa.
ML tleasant, Iowa.
, , Mew Boston, IU.
New Windsor, IlL
' North Henderson, IlL
tort Byron, 111.
' Prairie City, 11L
. Kock Island, IlL
Columbus J(, Iowa.
Cedar Bapida, Iowa.
Dea Moineo. Iowa.
Fort Madison, Iowa.
8 wan Creek, IU.
8t Augustine, IlL
Walnut Grove, IlL
West Liberty, Iowa.
Yates City, IlL
McCoy's New European Hotel
COR. CLARE AID VAI IDRER 6TS.
One Mack fro an & R. L A P, anal
tm 8. 4c HI. B. Wk Ulroad depot.
Improvements costing $75,000.00 have
just been completed, and the house now
offers every convenience to be found in any
, . 1 , . 1 . , . ...
nuici, initialing nut ana coia water, eiecilK
light and steam heat In every room.
Rates 75 cents per day and upwards.
First class restaurant in connection.
WILLIAM McCOV, Owner aatf Protrletor
yjoltmann the Jewejer
Our stock -will be
found to contain one
of the finest assort
ments of Jewelry to
be seen anywhere.
Novelties of all Kinds
Besides a regular line
of Watches, Clocks,
and Jewelry that is .
worth seeing. Call
and look it over.
Woltsisn. tba JsiTEb.
UOf SMOBi A.vt
vajm y "V. V II
1KV X "M
WRIGHT & BMRBER
Vl819 SECOND AVENUE
JTAXTm-A CURL tX)H SECOND WORK
at HOW Second avenue.
r ANTED fJIRI. FOR GENERAL HOrSE-
worn in ,1 i weniy-imra street.
,T ANTED TO RENT A FIVE OR RIX-
room bouse. Call at 4'JSFifteentbstreet.
TANTED-A DINING MOOMGIRLATTHE
" Merchants' Linlrur ha.L 219 Market
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL AS
cook at 914 Second avenue. References
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework at 1301 Fourth avenue. Hrinir
WANTED TO RENT AN 8 OR 10-ROOM
modern house May 1 or berora. Address
z Argus office.
WANTED -BRIGHT. INTELLIGENT BOY
for office work. Call after . The
Lewin Roofing company.
"VrANTED-A YOUNG MAN WANTS A
" well furnished room with all conven
iences. AddresH H. B." t Burs.
TtTANTED-109 LADIES WISHING EM
vv nlovment. Please call on Mrs n 1.
Armstrong, 3U1S Fifth avenue, from & to 7 p. m.
WfANTEC-THREE FURNISHED ROOMS
V V for Hunt htiUHbt.enlnir in a
tion of citv Dreferrd. Ariflrouu o XV
A Hum v
VITANTED SITUATION BY A YOT7VO
v V colored man exDerience4 in hntil hnwi.
ne.ss; Is intelligent and induatrious, best of
references furnished. Address "M. H.," An-
TITANTED MEN FOR PRIVATE DETFC-
v V tive work in the three cities. Refer
ences required Call afternoons from S to 4.
up stairs at 22D Seventeenth street. Rock
VITANTED RELIABLE MEN TO TACK
steady work. Bend 10 eenta for postage, sam
ple, ete. Young Mdlelne company, U3 North
Colorado street. Philadelphia, Pa.
TTT ANT ED THOSE BAD ACCOUNTS OF
v v yours can be turned into cash if vou wit
them into our bands. Call and see us at 2U8
Seventeenth street up stairs, or address lock
box l.3, Rock Island, 111 Fidelity Detective
WANTED - ATTORNEYS WHO NEED
assistance in securing evidence or lo
cating witnesses will find us prepared to give
the best service. Our address is lock box IM.
Kock Islund. 111., nr consultation Ls free at tit
aeveoteenlh street. Fidelity Detective
tS7ANTED-TO LOAN MONKT ON DIA
vT monds, VaMhes, Jewelry, hardware,
musical lnstromensa, bloyolos. elouuzut, dry
f!xx5s. furniture, ete. Highest eah prloes
pa:u iot aeoona nana cooas or bu Kinas also.
The above goods for sale at, half the usual
(tore prices. All b oslness transaetlona strtotly
eorttdeatlaL Hla new number and loeatlrn.
ia a aeoona a venae, out torceilt. W.
Jouee. Two rings on 1147.
TjlOR RENT THE STORE ROOM AT 1810
-- i niru s venue. Apply v. uauber.
"CrOK RENT-HOUSE OF FIVE ROOMS. IN-
-a.- quire at zitil Kigiitb-snd-a-bilf avenue.
TiX)R RENT-HOUSE AT FOOT OF MOLINE
-a.' avenue and Twenty-third street. Apply
at 730 Nineteenth.
TOR RENT A FRONT AND BACK PAR-
A lor of new house, with bath privileges.
wild or witnout uoara, at ii-u bixtu avenue.
For rent-eight-rcom"house. FUR
nace beat, modern ImDrovemenLs. 021
Twen'.leth street. Rent. ICS. Apply to Hayes
& i-ieaveiaua, uengston diock.
For rent eight room house.
Thirteenth street and Second avenue.
ntniw Appiy to a xt. Dtanoru at jacsaoo
A Hurst's office.
CV)R SALE-CHEAP. NEARLY A NEW
A- tent, UtxX feet. Johnny Jones' second
TiHjK SALE A OflOD SQUARE PIANO AT
m. a nargatn: must te som at once call on
or address J. L. Bean, 13U1 Third avenue, city.
TuK)R SALE-REAL ESTATE NOW EARN
Av ing to per cent on the Investment. In
tuire of Thomas Smart. 71S Third avenue.
FOR SALE-A SWELL UPRIGHT PIANO,
nearly new. at a bargain. Cash or pay
ments. You will be sorry if you don't come
and look at this special bargain. Johnny Jones'
aecono nana store.
fJIOR SALE A RESIDENCE OF SEVEN
A7 rooms; well appointed, with modern con
veniences. A good location fort physician
or comfortable home for a business man.
Good yard, and convenient to street cars. Ad
dress U. 3, THB ABCCS.
fKK SALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
with about 60 different slides, suitable for
flliog legal blanks or any desorlptloa of papers
In flat form to be kept In shspe for writing.
A comprehensive Index eonaeeted. Just the
thing for any omce with eootraels. ete., to
fLe. Address H E. C. ear ot Tas a acre.
ijK)R SALE WELL ESTABLISHED RU8I
' oess; doiog about tiO.OUO per annum; lo
cated on the most prominent corner in the
eity of San Antonio; LOW ears pass the store
every day: oee-thlrd flrgt-el-M farming lands
in Missouri or Kaunas, balance cans or lis
equivalent, Addrea CoL J. A. Hradiey, MS
E. Houston street. Ssa Antonio, Tex,
L"OR SALE A NUMBER OT VACANT
A lota la ginnets addition: very central:
vitUn ssy reach of the goverasseat ar-enal.
mostottae larye shops hi Moline ana the
roundhouse ot the Chicago. Book Island A Pa
eifio railroad. Anyone hsviagtte ready eaab
eaa bay oae or all of taeat at a bargain. Alto
a few eouasea. Asnlv is p. M. Binnat. 4jot
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 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
R SALE-SIX LOTS NEAR TOWN (SOS
each Cordon A Mow man.
R SALE FIVE ACRES FOR SALE
cheap. Near town. Gordon A Bowman.
IjOR SALE A FINE SHETLAND POSY,
cheap, at Johnny Jones' second hand
TjlOR SALE-FOUR FOX TERRIER PUPS.
A7 Full blooded. Johnny Jones' second
TXfR BALE-COAL IN ANT QUANTITY
A? of U bushels or ever at 0Z.M tier ton. de
Bvered O. O. D. to anv nartof the eltv. Leave
orders at Commercial bnnae barber ahbp, Book
saiano, or caos Barnes, Milan.
INSTRUCTION GIVEN ON VIOLIN. CALL
or address. M. Florence Chamberlin, 1016
WRITE TO FULTON A YEAQLEY,
Denton, Tex., if yon have accounts,
notes or iudaments vs. Texss nartles that von
desire settled or compromised.
TOST-ON FOURTH AVENUE BETWEEN
r lu nun v s ii i uhu rii -vri nu
envelope con tain in puicrH valuuble only to
tut, vwuK SS.IUVI1 ICVUIII lJ IUIB Ullll'O
AGENTS WANTED FOR "WAR WITH
Spain." including battles oa sea and land.
Contains all about armies, uuvfes, forts and
warships of hoik nations and graphic story of
the great victory of the gallant Uewev: tells
everything about Sampson, Schley. FitiJiugh
Lee and leading commanders, by Hon. James
Kankin Youug. the intrepid leader for Cuba
libre in the halls of eonirrem. The greatest
war book published: large pages; IU) superb
illustrations, many in richest colors. Has large
colored maps. UlKRest book, highest eommts
slons. lowest price; only tl.'a. Kacb mibscrllier
receives grand II- premium free. Demand
enormous: harvest for agents: Jdavs' credit;
freight paid: ouiht free. Write today. Ad
dress the Nationul Uitok Concern, Dept. U,
M Dearborn street, Chicago.
Estate of John H. Wining, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed ad
ministrator of the estate ot John H. Wining,
late of the county of Rock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives aotice that
be will appear before the county court of
Rock Island county, at the county court room,
in the city of Kock Island, at the July term,
on the first Monday In July next, at which
time all persons 'baving cialms against said
estate are notified and requested to attend,
for the purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make 'immediate payment to the
Dated this 18th day of May, A. D. 1WL.
Ru hahuS. Silvih. Administrator.
Application For Sale of Real Kstate.
William L. Ludolph, Attorney.
To all persons whom it may concern:
Notice is hereby given that tb undersigned.
Henry Ules-nhagcn. guardian of Edward Rct
mers and Mary Heimers. minors, will make ap
plication to the County court of Rock Island
county, at a regular term thereof, to be held
at the court bouse In the city of Hock Island,
in said county, on tbe firat Mondav of June,
A. D. 1H0R. being the sixth day thereof, for an
order and decree of said court, directing him.
as said guardian, to sell the following real
estate belonging to fcaid minors, or ho much
thereof as shall seem to said court to the In
terest ot said minors, situated in tbe county
of Rock Island and Hate of Illinois, towit:
The two-twelfths (2-131 undivided Interest in
lots number seven 7i and nine Is block
number four (4) 1a that part of tbe city of
Rock Island, state of Illinois, known aa and
called South Park addition, for tbe support
and education of said minors, and for tbe pur
pose of investing such of tbe proceeds of said
s ,le as shall not be immediately requisite for
said support and education in other real es
tste, or of otherwise investing the same.
Guardian of said Minors.
William L. Lcdolpb, Attorney.
Special Taxation Notice.
Notice is hereby given to all persons Inter
ested, that tbe city council of the city of hock
Island having ordered that TwentVJrtxth (Mth)
street be paved from the south line of Fifth
(Sth) avenue to tbe north line of Seventh (7tb)
avenue in the city of Kock Islaud. county ot
Kock Island and state of Illinois.
Said ordinance for said improvement Is on
tile in tbe omce of the city clerk of said city,
and said city has applied to tbe county court
of Rock Island county. Illinois, for an aiwcsw
ment and levy of the costs of aald improve
ment, according to benefits, and upon and
from the lots and parts of lotM and tracts of
land contiguous to the line of said improve
ment tn said ordinance ordered to be con
structed, in proportion to tbe frontage. of such
lots, parts of lots atd tract of land upon the
improvement so ordered to be constructed aa
aforesaid: nod an assessment thereof In Bve
Installments, which unpaid installments will
draw 6 per cent Interest per annum, having
been made and returned to said court, tbe
final hearing theseon will be had at tbe June
term of said court coTimendng on tbe Sixth
tb) day of June. A. D . IM.
All persons desiring may hie objections be
fore said day. appear and make their defense.
Dated at Kock Island, Illinois, ibis Snh day
of May. A. D . lMi.
Cbaelbh BrruitD, Commissioner.
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at uy time In the world's history. The
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concede pure liiiaors prevent disease and
help resir its ravage. Wine and whisky
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you are no factor in the world's forces.
Too may know that yon can aeenre always
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only wholesale house in tbe city dispenatnf
goods direr to the consumer. Our special
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We have the Best Equipped
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