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lji-C Aitiius, riHDAY, MAY 27, 1S98.
Published Dally nd Weekly at 1834 Second
Avenue. Rock Island. 111. Entered at the
Postofflee u Second-clan matter.
I2f TIIE HA.ME OF J. W. POTTER.
TERMS Dally. 10 cent per week. Weekly,
fc.00 per annum; In advance 11.50.
All communication of political or argumen
tative character, political or religious, must
have real name attached for publication. No
auch article a ill be printed over fictitious slg
atures. Correspondence solicited from every town
ship Id Kock Island county.
KitiiAV, Mat :.'7. 1898.
IN HOC SIGNO VINCES-
Democratic County Nominations.
Kor Kepresentutlve Nomination,
FXMOKF. W. Hl'ItST.
For County Jwlue W. C ALLEN
For County Clerk JOHN NORTON
Kor Sheriff A. D. HUKSIVJ
For Treasurer i T. K. LEES
For Count y Superintendent.. O. I. ADIHTON
Democratic toiiarrssional Convention,
Public notice U hereby Klven that a demo
cratic convention Is called to meet at the
Court home In the city or Rock Island, Illinois,
at 12 o'clock noon of the lsth day of
June A. D , imm, for the purpose of nomlnat
ln a democratic candiilate for the office of
repreat native for the Tenth Congressional
diatrlct, and to transact any other business
that may come before said convention.
The basis of representation at such conven
tion ahall be one deletrate for each two bun
dred (2u) and eicess of one hundred or more
democratic votes caul for liryan and Sewall
In the election of law. The number of dele
gates allotted to each county In said Tenth
Congressional district la as follows, to-wlt:
County conventions in said Tenth CorjRres-
aional district will govern themselves accord
ingly. A. D. Hcdsiho, Rock Islatd, I1L
R. II. lliaiiA, Cambridfe. I1L
llUIHI.1 M. Kamih, Alcdo, 111
U. W. Rfm, LaKayetta. III.
C. C. Cham. (Jalesburg, III.
UBOKOB IUX.SACT, FultOO, III.
Ilrniocnttlc NcimtorUI Convention.
The democrat ii vter unit iimuirta.rw .if
the t'hk'iiiro platform of huh. of the counties
if Knelt Munil und Henry are requested to
Sena aclcu'iitcs to senatorial convention t
he belli lit flic cmirt liinw. in tt itv .,r i....
Island. Thiirsilav. June 5, l.is. at I o'clock p,
m., for the purpose of jnmiiiiatiiiit one caticll
oate lor representative utiu one candi
iluln fur M.mitakr Itl t)i ,,.,,,.. I .. ...
My for the Thirty-third senatorial district of
misstate, and to transact such other business
as may properly come before the tucctiiiir.
The busts of representation Kill lie one dele
Itatc for every Ji votes and major fractioi
thereof cast Inr William J. Ilrvan for nresl
dent In lis. toit: Kock I -html county, -it
di-leuales: Hetir county. 15 tlcleirales.
Dated at Knck Inland. Ill, this std dav of
May, A. l. I.". John t. STArrtmii.
I". M. Tl'KNKK.
Jiill.N Sl IIAFUK. JK.
YMIimI Iiow that Spanish pritlt
will effervesce if it ever esrajies from
The man who has maps to sell is
Hie one who win put up at the fash
ioitalile resort litis Milliliter.
While reinemlicriii;' the Maine, re-
HiemlHT the Ihivs at the front who are
iiniler;oiii tlcpriviitioiis for their
country s sake.
The differences of iiuin as to how
tint war should lie conducted areas
numercius as arc those as to how
elnuvli dioir should he run.
KtlPrNTl.V the inpry count v le
puldicaus cinidcr I lie " present "con
cresmati a Prince of "rood fellows
Imt there arc others ho don't.
Talk nlioiit vottr Hcnrv count v
Did you ever see one?
Did you ever hear of one ?
Most certainly not. Con
sumption is a disease that
invariably causes loss of
If you are Iicht in weight,
even if your cough is only
a slight one, you should
of cod liver oil uiil! hypo
phosphitts. No remedy
is such a perfect prevent
ive to consumption. Just
the moment your throat
begins to weaken and you
find you are losing flesh,
you should begin to take it.
And no other remedy
has cured so many cases
of consumption. Unless
you are far advanced with
this disease, Scott's Emul
sion will hold every in
ducement to you for a
All Druggists, nr. and f i.
SrrTTKowN- Obemis's. V V.
WyryrrVWWrWVWWTVl l l
rangers not after yesterday. It
ras a John Kile? Tanner confidence
Same all the way thronjrh one of the
hot ones from Chieairn.
A C ITY which honors her dead Kni
tters as Rock Islanil did Private Bled
soe this week will not overlook the
luty she owes her living soldiers at
amp Alger. No one from Rock Isl
and will want foranvthing awav from
Provision for Onr Rati.
The Awns has no doubts as to the
rality which will characterize
response to its efforts to
tire provisions for Commrtv A.
public heart is swelled "with
ide in the soldier bovs from
lock Island who linen rrnno nu-ov
from good homes, and broken the
most tentler social ties in order to of
fer themselves for anv hardship that
. . i . - . . , . .
ii a oe nniioseu in wie tieiense 01
heir country's tla. The depriva
ions incident to army life are not
'omplaiued of by our ltovs.
I'hev have probably concealed
worst side of the sacrifices
have lieen obliged to nndenro.
md now when asked to as to
Nhether they need provisions, they
i;iy through their captain mere
y that "provisions would lie
,-erv acceptable." This modest
statement is enough. Coming with
he reiHirts of what is lieing done for
it her companies in camp, of the per
sonal interest lieing manifested bv
vives of congressmen ami others to
irovide the soldiers with those reouir-
ments in the wav of sustenance
hey do not have, the jieople of Kock
Iund will lie satisfied as to their
luty. The liounty that their hearts
lictate will U' forthcoming.
State Poll t Irs.
The democrats of the various coun
ties of Illinois are lieirinnino: to stir
themselves in view of the approach
ing stale convention, at which the
state issues of the campaign will lie
iiciincii. in nearly every county the
party is taking action against the no
torious Allen law and other vicious
republican legislation. It is evjiected
that the state eon volition will take
positive action on the subiect. anil if
so it will Inrm an issue in the cam
paign, not onlv locally, but in a more
general sense. The state convention
will n t in this city .July -. Tin
Chicago platform of ls'Jti will lie stis-
taineii ami stale issues will lie denned.
after which the state campaign
throughout the state will lie opened
in an energetic wav and kept ui until
the polls close on a democratic vic
tory in iNovemoer. lhere are a mini
bcr of candidates spoken of for nomi
nation for the two offices to be tilled
and for trustees of the State univer
sity. The state convention will have
;ood material to select from.
In Hancock county the democrats
are urging James A. Anderson, of
Hamilton, to ' run for the legisla
ture." As the district is composed
oi Hancock. iVlclonouoii ami Schuv
ler. it is reliably democratic. This is
the district in which (). P. Berry was
lieatcii in lK'jo. although the rcmibli
cans afterward unseated the victor
and gave the place to Berrv U-cause
the machine wanted one man it could
trust to do dirtv work in the senate
The Madison county democrats
nave indorsed the I hicago platform
and csiecially the five silver plank,
and selected a delegation to the state
convention headed by that sterlin
Bi van democrat. Jud-re Alex Hone.
Jasper county adopted ringing free
silver resolutions at the democratic
county convention and selected a rcj
resentative delegation to -the state
convention headed by ex-Congress
man (ieorge W. Fithian.
J. Xick Perrin. of Belleville, w ho
refused the democratic nomination for
congress iu the Twenty-first district
is chairman of the St." Clair count t
delegation to the democratic, stati
Charles K. Ijwld. of Kewanee. i:
chairman of the Henry county dele
gatioriPto the democratic state con
William H. Warder has received tin
instructions of Williamson county for
the legislative nomination.
All along the line the democrats an
organizing and getting ready for tin
fray. There will Ik- a grand conven
tion in July and a grand and cnthusi
astic campaign will follow.
While the war with Spain isabsorl
ing the attention of the press in "ci
eral. largely to the exclusion of oTh
topics of liniHirtaiicc. we note th
Current History remains true
its purpose of presenting a faithfu
record of the world's doings alon"
lines, without undue exaggeration
distortion. The present mimlicr. lir
piancr, iws, review s tlie C uban i
broglio up to the time of the siibin
sion of the rejort of the Mai
court of inouirv; and also covers the
usual world-wide range of topics, g'n
ing a complete nandltook of easy refe
ence on all ntiestions and evcats
the day. The jMiliiical development
in t ne lar cast. the
waiian iiuestion. Berin" S4:i
mile, the nrolilcm Mriuimr ..nt ..r
(ireeo-Turkish war. the Iiivvfus cast
currency reform, the rush to
Klondike, the Hinglcy tariff and rec
procny, me relations or the now
in if.-;..o i i..1
... ii. iv, i -i;iie nini aua
lxtinics. the ireneral business sit
tion. progress of science and mech
icai invention, etc.. are anion"
ouiei pioiiiiiieni topics presented in
this valuable number. Illustration
are very abundant. The w ork is emi
neniiyone 10 t erniauetitlv pre
served and regularly liound. Current
History is edited by A. S. Johnson.
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Publishing; company, 3 Somerset
TAYLOR RIDGE TOPICS.
Tavlor Ridge. Mav 25. Mrs. Henrv
Zeimer is reported on the sick list this
L. D. Mudge and S. I. Ball attended
the democratic convention Wednes
day. Frank Badham has lieen verv sick
for the past 10 days, but is better at
.l Crouch, ot sears, is shipping
two loads of corn from our station
Merl Johnson. of Stronghurst,
lassed through our village Wednes
day morning. Merl is practicing law
and we hear he is meeting with good
Rev. H. B. Sevmonr started for his
home in Dakota. Neb.. Wednesday
morning. Mrs. D. T. Sermour, his
mother, started for Alta at the same
time to visit her daughter.
Sherrard. May 26. Ed Ihmielson. a
former resident of this place, is visit
ing relatives and friends.
Roliert Johnson has moved his fam
ilv to Rock Island.
Milton Bounce has joined the Naval
Reserves at Moline.
Elmer Sincox is treating his resi
dence to a coat of paint.
Miss Mattie Bay, of Millersburg, is
visiting with Mrs. Martin.
C. A. Samuelson shipped a car load
of hogs to Chicago .Monday.
.Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Clark are the
proud parents of a new lxv.
Miss Annie Illinois has returned
from a visit to Rock Island.
George and John Humes, of Col
Chester, 111., are visiting hero.
James Tompkins and Miss Tillie
Hummel, of Wanlock. were married
at Aledo last Wednesday.
Mrs. Rolicrt Johnson left for her
home in Rock Island Wednesday, af
ter a week's visit with friends iu
The Rock Island route will sell ex
cursion ticket from Rock Island as
Mav 29 and 30 to Omaha and re
turn. 111. ISO. account convention
Travelers'' Protective association, re
turn limit 10 days from date of sale.
Mav 31 to Omaha and return for
'J.KO, account opening Trans-Missis-
sippi exMsision. Return limit June
June 2, 3 and 4. to Denver. Colo
rado Springs anil Pueblo and return
for $2!5.2.. account annual meeting
Medical association. Siiecial train
June i. Return limit July 0. Stop
over permitted at Omaha.
June lb. 14 ami IS to Denver, Col
orado Springs and Pueblo and return
for ?2N.2a. account federation of
Womens' clubs. Return limit Julv
For Trans-Mississippi cxjKisition at
Omaha rate of one and one-third fare
will lie made June 1 to Oct. 30. Re
turn limit 30 days from date of sale.
For full particulars of above and
many other arrangements for excur
sions, and for tickets, reservation of
lierths, etc.. apply at ('.. R. I. & P.
ticket ofliee. or address John Sebas
tian. (J. P. A., Chicago, or L. M.
Allen, general agent. Davenport.
Give the Children a Drink
Called (irain-O. It is a delicious, ap
petizing, nourishing food drink to
take the place of cotTee. 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 adults, can drink
it with great lienefit. Costs about
one-fourth as much as coffee. 15 and
A Hint From the Klondike.
Joseph Laduc. the famous trapper
anil miner, and the present owner of
Dawson City, and for many years the
agent of the Alaska Commercial com
pany, gives a hint to jhtsoiis going to
Alaska, and pays a great compliment
to a well known article. He writes:
I have always used the Royal Bak
ing Powder in Alaska and northwest
territory, as no other gave eijtial sat.
isfaction iu that harsh climate. I
also found my customers always in
sisted on having that brand."
Deanly la Blood Deep.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Casearets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im
purities from the liodv. Begin to-day to
banish pimples, loil.s, blotches. hlaiklitad,
and that sickly bilious complexion bv taking
Casearets. Iteauty for ten cents. All drug
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 2jc, 50V.
Arnold's Bromo Celery cures head
aches; 10, 25 and 50 cents. Reiss
Uncle Sam is using gun-powder. For
every kind of cleaning about toe
Washing Powder. It does the
work quickly, cheaply, thoroughly.
Sold everywhere. Made only by
THE N. K. FAIR BANK COMPANY,
Cujcago. swLouU. New Vork. Bottoo.
A Long Felt Want
It is Supplied in Rock Island at Last.
it is hard to always be pleasant.
Good natured nconle are often irri
Ever have itching piles?
Not sick enousrh to s-o to lied, or not
well enough to be content.
Nothing will annoy you so,
The constant itching sensation.
Hard to lioar. harder to get relief.
Keeps you awake nights.
Spoils your temper, nearly drives
Isn't relief and cure a lono- felt
It's to be had for every nno in
Doan's Ointment never fail t n en re
itching idles, eczema or anv itchiness
oi i lie skiii.
Here is a proof of it at the testi
nionv of a citizen.
F. A. Scott, of 2506 Fifth-and-a-half
avenue, retired farmer, savs: -I
consider Doan's Ointment the liest
rf-mpilv tlin m.iL-nt r.,M :..!.:
. llltll IV, i inning
piles. I have lieen troubled with tor
menting disease for years. I tried
various remedies, but never got anv
permanent relief until 1 tried I loan's
Ointment. I saw it advertised and
esjiecially recommended for this
trouble ami got a box at Marshall &
Fisher's drug store. It worked like a
charm and stopped the intolerable
licning almost immediately. 1 con
tinued the use of it for a short time,
and have not lieen bothered with the
intolerable itching since. I never fail
to recouiinend Doan's Ointment at
every opportunity that is presented."
Doan's Ointment for sale by all
dealers. Price 50 cents. Mailed bv
roster-Mil burn Co., Buffalo. N. Y.
sole agents for the United States
Remember the name, Doan's, and
take no substitute. For sale bv Mar
shall & Fisher.
THE OOt'NTV TEMPLE.
May 23 John A Johnson to Hat tie
H. Smith, lot 1, block , Moline
James (Juinn to unknown ow ners,
part sej 25. 1. lw. $20.66.
August Lehrke to Hans ISeeke, part
nu i., naie s add., Uock Island, 650
James P. Orr to Estella R. Miller,
part lot 13. town of Edgington
Rock Island Mutual Building Loan
& Savings association to Jacob Schol-
ter. lot 1. Connell's add.. Rock Island.
Eliza M. Brooks to William Brooks
ct al., part wl se 31, IS. lw. part
nn in, o. n. iw, part sw frlj 31. IS
lw, el ej sw fill 31, IS. iw. lot 5
and part lot 4. Brooks fifth add..
Kock Island. $1.
George Warren to John H. Fluccl
lot 8, block 7, Thompson & Wells'
ami., kock Island. -00.
Frederick Hart man et al. to Michael
Mader, si n se invj 3, 17, lw, $175.
The Discovery of the Hay.
Aug. J. Bogcl, the. leading drug
gist of Shrevoport, La., savs: - Dr
King s Anv. Discovery is the onlv
Hung that cures my cough, and it b
the liest seller I have." J. F. Camp
bell, merchant of Saffnrd. Ariz.
writes: Dr. King's New Discovery
! . .11 1 . -
is an mat is claimed lor it; it nevei
fails, and is a sure cure for consump
tion. coughs and colds. I cannot sav
enough for its merits." Dr. King';
New Discovery for consumption
coughs and colds is not an exiteri
mem. it has been tried for a quar
ter of a century, and today stands at
the head. It never disappoints. Frt
trial bottles at Hart z & Cllciucvcr
l'ilen! riles! Piles!
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointmen
will cure blind, bleeding anil itchinj
piles when all other ointments Iiav'
failed. It absorbs the tumors, allay
the itching at once, acts as a poultice
gives instant relief. Dr. Williams
Indian Pile Ointment is prepared onl
for piles and itching of the privat'
parts, and nothing else. Every In.
is warranted. Sold bv 1 l'limnst it
sent by mail on receipt of price, 50
wins .inn f i per oox.
Williams Mam.ka tikig Co.,
Proprietors, Cleveland Ohio
Sold by M. F. Bahnscn, Druggist.
For ilver Fifty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup h
been used for children teofhimr
soothes the child, softens the Mini
n it . . - - r
auas an nam, cures vunl coIr a
'. it... i . . 1
is wie oesi remedy lor diarrhoea
cents a lxjttle.
Have You Kidney Titrable?
A 50 cent trial Imttlo of Foley's
t lire will prevent serious results from
tins usually fatal disease. Sold bv T
No-To-liar for Firtv r-nt.
Guaranteed toharro hal.it rnre. make weak
men sirone, biooU pure. 50c, II. All drueb'ifcU.
Philadelphia. Pittsburgh. Baltimore,
V a- I
WRIGHT & BARBER
A XTK.IV-A OIKI. KOR SKTOKD WOKK
ui I iw eeouu uvetiuc.
r A XTKIJ I IH1. FOR iKX KRAI. HOI S r
wcira ui ,i i weuiy-iuird Mreeu
TAXTED TO RK.XT A FIVE OK SIX-
room uoiim;. fall at -.D Kifteenthstrc-.l.
T AXTK! - A IKXT3 F R ; A RTIC1.K:
liitr pereentatre. Call at 2716 Fifth ave-
WAXTED-A fOMPKTKXT r;iRI. AS
eMk at I'll Seenud uvc-mp lr.f..r..n....
WAXTKI) HOYS TO CAKRV THK AR
i.fs. Amilv at Am.l s nille
WAXTErV-TORKXT AN 8 OR 10-ROOM
" ' modem house May 1 or before. Address
X A B,cs office.
Ar AXTKD A I'PRKXTK'K.S AT DRirSS-
teem h street.
TAXTKI -BKICHT. IXTKU.K'.EXT IWY
t fill ,,fll,.d .,..11 .....- n..
- .... . v.uii uiLer v. lue
L Ls RiMitinir cumpuny.
TAXTK.IV-A YOCXtS MAX WAXTS A
well furnished room with all eotiven
leuees. Address "C. II. II." a Kiii s.
W-AXTKD-SMAU. !IRI, TO HKI.P 1IO
' irenera! housework in small familv. Ad
dress nil-.' Fourth avenue. Miiline. 111. '
WANTED Ift) LADIES WISHING KM.
ployment. Please eall on Mrs. I). U
Armstnint!. 3013 Fifth avenue, from a to 7 p. m.
TA.TK1-A FEW YOl-Xli I.AIMKS AXI
widow la'.ies to work in our order d
n:irtnittit S:,lir- ... u ,. . .
, ,. ., iw "ci-b. .su
itress L. 1). Kn-neh, ltoek Island. 111.
fAXTK.D-SITUATION 1IY A YODNti
eol'irml man exrM-rieueel in hotel husi
ness: is intelligent and industri als. Ik-si of
references furnished. Address -M. 11.," Alt
ers. TANTklv MEX F.K PRIVATE DETE3-
tlve work in the three eitiex refer
ences reiiired fall afternoons from S to t
up stairs at ?X Seventeenth street. Ruck
T A NTEIV KEI.I A ULK MEN TO TACK
t up sdvenwiin siirns: tii.M weekly
steady work. Send 10 cents for postaee. sam
ple, etc. Young MiVctne comp ny, at North
Colorado street. Philadelphia. Pa.
IITAXTKK THOSE HAD ACCOUXTS OF
1 yours can tie turned into eash If von put
them into our hands. Call ami .
Seventeenth street upstairs, or aililros lock '
liox i.mi. Kock l--l.ii.il. Ill Fiddity iletcclite !
UrANTED- ATTORNEYS WHO XEK.O
avi.tuncc in cciiriu evltlenee or In.
ea'.inL' witnewes will ttnri us prepared to give
the best sen ice. Our address is lock box I..3
kock Islanil 111 . or consultation is free at i"ti
Seventeeiith street. Fidelity Detective
WANTKf-TO LOAN OSET ON DlA
if toouu, watohoa. Jewelry, hare ware,
tC'jiical tnatrumeats, bleyeiva. ciothlng. dry
oods, furniture, eto. IttUest eaah prlooa
p.iia for second band goods of all kinds aiso
the above foods for sale at baif tue uaual
store prloee. All baslnesa transections stririi t
eoic.ential. His new number and looatloc
l 3 Second Avenue Ttonl forces la, J. W
Jo.-- Two rings on 147.
IOR f! EXT A KXA T Ts7sT:cirD
avenue. A pply to K 11. (iuyer.
I.lOlt RENT THE STORK ROOM AT 1K10
Third avenue. Apply. V. Dauber.
FOR REXT DESK TiooM IN RKIHY
Pros', oitlee. Room 1. ft itchcll 4 Lvnde
UX)R REXT-HOCSE AT FOOT OFMOLIXE
A- avenue and Tweoty third street. Apply
at 730 Nineteenth.
FOR REXT-EItJHT-ROOM HOUSE. FFR
naee beat, niislprn Improvements, yzl
Twentieth street. Kent. WS. Apply to Hayes
A L'leuveland, Bengston block.
IOK REXT - EIGHT ROOM HOUSE.
Thlriernth street and Seeond avenue.
Kent m Apply to E. H. Stafford at Jackson
I.IOHRAI.K-III'II.PCTITV sr.iur vidu
r t W ............ -n i,
in lo per cent on tbe investaent. In
quire of Thomas Smart. 715 Third avenue.
TiRSAf.E-A SNVAOfK FARM IX liot K
a Island county: g.iod corn and pasture
i.i,i. Mm i.m,T in iraiie. . i.tausiven, fnint
aim itiincy sirei-i, i ravetiport, lowa.
IjlOR SALE COAL n ANT QUANTITY
of bu DubelA or over at ft? Ml nr in. Am.
Uvered C. O. D. to any part of the city. Leave
nrCem at rvimmerelai bouse barbershop, Roek
imuu, ui Kjuvm panics, n:iaa.
ImiR SALE-A RESIDENCE OF SEVEN
1 roimis- v.. II .nnofntui i u ,
" 1''. .," . miiu moumii emi-
yenlenee A ir. uul , ...n f.. v. .
or comfortable home for a business man.
i.uou am. ana convenient lo street cars. Ad
dress a. sa, The A Burg.
L-IOR SALE A NEAT OFFICE CAISINET
A with about X different kIIiIm mii.hi tnr
hlinrr legal blanks or any description of papers
In Hat form to be kept in shape for writing.
A comprehensive Index oonnecteil J Hut Ihn
ttimu for any ofltce with contractu, etc., to
file. AddreokU. E.U..careof Thb A Bo us.
4)H 8ALK WELL EST A HUSHED ULSI
l neat: aoing anout taaooa ir nrnm. in.
cated on the most prominent corner In the
city of ban Antonio: I.Ouucars, pass the store
every day; oce-tbird drst-clata farming land
In Mijuri or Kansas, balance eash or its
equivalent. Address CoL J. A. Bradley, y0H
E. Houston street. San Antonio, Tex.
IfOR SALE A NUMBER OF VACANT
X intm in Binnat - 11is . .
'w w.iim. n awiwisiuu , CI J CCDVrmi,
mow, of tbe live Kbop in Moline and the
citic railroad. Acjone baTirnf the rea3y ca4i
AM tIII AVta ABV sail a? K. - a
j, VHV aaas we snui awe, ai inmm j yai
f 'ew cottage. Apply to F. VL baaitt, iM,
.. ..... mm m I wmm,
You Can Bank on Our
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, (or 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 teir it will
stand would surprise a champion six
SECOITD A."VI3IT"rj"E .
R SALE-SIX LOTS NEAK TOWS K00
eacu lioraon a iMamao.
IOR SALF-n'B ACRKis FOR SAI.K
cheap. .Near town. Uordon Ilowmaa.
IjVIR SAI.K-A JD fiVl"Al;K. I'1AN1 AT
a luri'iiin: must Ih' sold at imre Call a
or aildress J. U bean, liel Third avenue, city.
WHITE TO FCLTOS YEAGLEY.
Itentnn. Tex.. If yon hTe aneouota.
notea or judiinieoui vk. Texas parties that fuu
desire settled or eompromised.
I OST OX FOPKTil AVKNI K Itl-rrWKF.X
Kn.-hteeiiih andTenty-eeondstreets an
envelope containing paiwrs valuahle mly to
the owner. Kindly return to this office
t!EXTS WANTED-FOR "WAR WITH
i V Spam." iucludiiitf hattli-snn xea and land.
Contains all atMiut armies, navies, form and
w arsliiisof Isith nations and waphie story of
the ifreal victory of the irallam ixwev: tells
everything uluiut SaniiMn. Schley. FitJiUKb
Lee and leudinir eommandetM. bv Hoo. James
Kaukin Youim. the intrepid leader for Cuba
lihre in the halls of congress. Therreatest
war Imm pulilisbed: HVi large pares; loiminerb
illustrations, manv in richest colors. Has large
colored maps. Iliggest bimk. highest enmmis.
sions. low tt price; only l.a. Fu-h suliscrilier
receives grand l iircmium free. Itcmand
enormous: harvest for agents: an days' cretllt;
freight paid: outfit free. Write today. Ad
dress the Xatiomd Ifciok t'oueern. Dept. 16.
3o) Dearborn street. Chicago.
Fitatc of John H. Wining, deceased.
The undersigned having lieen appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of John II. Wining,
late of tbe county of Kock Island, stale
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
he will appear before the county court of
lock isiauu county, at tnc county court room,
in the city of Kock Island, at Hie Julv term,
on the first Monday in July next, at' which
lime all persons having claims against said
estate tire notified and reniettcd to attend,
for the puriiose of having the same adiusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this isth day nf May. A. T.
Kk hahu S. Sii.vim. Administrator.
Application For Kale of Real Kntate.
William I. Ludolph. Attorney.
To nil iN-rsoim whom it mav concern:
Notice Is herelv given that thi undersigned.
Henry liirs-iihairen. guardian of Edward Itcl-
mers and Mary Keimers. minors, will make ap
plication to the county court of KocklsUnd
county, at a regular term thereof, to be held
at tlie court Bouse in tbe city of ltoek island.
In said county, on the first Monday of June
A D. isvs. L.luir tlie ml b day thereof, for an
order and decree of said court, directing him.
as said guardian, to sell the following real
i st ate belonging to mid minors, or so much
thereof us shall seem t i wild court to the In
terest of said minors, situated in the county
of Kock Island and Male of Illinois low It:
Tbe two-twelfths 2 12) undivided interest In
bits numlK-r seven 7) and nine K I block
u u inner iour Ml in mat prt or the city of
Hoc Lsltnd. state of Illinois, known as and
called South Park sddit ion. for I ht mi t.iwtrf
and education of said minors, and for the pur
pose of investing such of the proceeds of said
s le as shall not he Immediately requisite for
uiori. aim ctiiicuiioo in oilier real es
tale, or tf otherwise investing the same.
. . Guardian of said Minors.
W iijjam L. LruolJ-ll. Attorney.
Special Taxation Notice.
Notice Is herehy given to all neismn Inter.
csust. that the ciry council of the city of nrk
siana naving oniereil l bat TweMv-sixth fJRihl
street Im-paved from the pouth line of Fifth
(nth) avenue to the north line of Seventh ;thl
avenue in the city of Kock Island. nml ..f
Kock Island and state of Illinois
Said ordinance for said improvement Is on
Hie in the ofliee of the city elerk of said eitv.
ami saiu euy naa applied to tbe county court
! twien i s, .niu t-ouuiy. Illinois, tor an ap
ment and levy of tbe costs of aaid Inmn.ie.
ment. according to beneflts. and upon and
from the lots and narts of km and iri. ..
land contiguous to the line of said Improve-
in nam onuuaiicc orncreo. to ne con
structed. In proportion to tbe frontage of such
lots, parts of IiiLh aid tracts of land upon tbe
improvement so ordered to tie constructed as
aforesaid: nod an assessment thereof In five
insiaiimenis. wnien unpaid installments will
draw per cent Interest per annum, bavins
been made and returned to said court the
final bearing thereon will be had at ibe June
term oi sain court etetimencing cm tbe Sixth
(nth) day of June. A. II . imm
All persons desiring may tile objection be
fore said day. appear and make their defense.
tmicnai kock island, Illinois, this nh day
of May, A. !.. 1
I HARLOt HL'fOKIi Commissioner.
GET TUE BEST
! Gas Fitting,
j Sewer Pipe.
1 All Work Onaranteed'
110 THIRD AVEHUE
White Seal saloon
itiS Sno il Aresas.
Onoi svinee nl llqanni are tmley tnira
widely, end haptiilr. hkw wtsolT usd lliai
tt tdiy time In the world! history. The
cause of it Is tlie recognition of its beneliU
to tb butuan system. Man Is pniviug by
experience ltA proper nse. and all mtm
concede pure liquors prevent disease and
Help rest ire Its ravages. Wine atHl whisky
are a healthful Mimulant to the meutaJ an
moral artlvitiee. U'ltliout Ixslily lies 1th
vou sre no faitor in the world s Unrm.
Ton may tn iw that you can secure alwari
tlie pureM and always the cheapest in any
qnuitity you mty tuqulre at our store, tlie
ody wholesale house in the city dispensing:
goods direct Ui tlwt eormu wt. O'it issrlsl
Ueare TOSA.VE VOU MOMKY a d
ive yon pure and utMilulteiated RooJ.
Open evening until 10 oVloet.
We have the Best Equipped
Repair Shop in the west
And all kindi of job work. We also
carry a complete lice of guns and
218 Seventeeath'St. Market S uan J
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Own Tour iluou m lliat n Intar
Insurance and Loans.
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