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THE AltdTTS. MOnAT. .TTTVT on icoo
Published Dallj and Weekly at 1924 Second
Avenue, Rock Inland. IU, Entered at the
Peetofflce as Second-elan matter
W THE NAME OF J. W. POTTER.
TERMS Daily. 10 cents per week. Weekly,
12.00 per annum; In advance tl 50.
All communication, of political or argumen
tatlTe character, political or religious, must
bate real name attacked for publication No
neb article will be primed over fictitious alg
aatures. Correspondence solicited from every town
kip In Kock Island county.
Mondat, Jlxe 20, 1898.
IN HOC SIGNO VINCES-
For Representative In t'oiik'reas. Tenth
KHAXCIS K ANDKKWS.
For Representative In the flewral Assembly,
ELMOKK W. HURST.
For County Judife W. C A LT.KN
For County Clerk JOHN NORTON
For Sheriff A. I). HUKSINO
For Treasurer T. R. I.K.KS
For County Superintendent . .O. I. ADDITON
iir.sr.HAi. Jmiin V. Iii.. k. depart
ment eomiiiiitiiler of the Illinois (i.
A. K., has Im-cii ni:ule :t iloetor of law
hy Knox college, at Calfsltiir.
The interest on the Ixunls issued to
pay the exienses of the war will
amount to l:.'0,IMMI. (MM) l.v the time
they f;ill due, 10 years from now.
Tiiekk i no donlit that John R
Tanner is the most siieeessful maiiiii
ulalor of a political whip that there is
anvwliere in the western states. Pe-
i , . . t .... .
itiMAi.i l, iiespue us ruwiiijr cares
and (landers, an American echaii"i
discovers, still enjoy some advantages.
If.: f:u. . i... i 1
nuim i ii i in t-i iii nas issiicii an orner
that the court chaplains shall con
denst) their sermons to l.j iniuiites.
('AIT. SiiisiiKK is much ideased with
ins vessel, me miMiiiury cruiser St,
l'mil, lillt thinks she is too lio
..ll'l . i , . n
niiv, nays lie. "Wiien 1 semi a man
nft lie has a tenth of a mile to travel,
and I'm lucky if I see him again until
construction at Newport Xews. will lip
ready tor launching about Sept. l.".
Already pre paraUons for the event
are in progress and it will lie made a
gala occasion. I he Illinois will have
the largest coal-carrying rapacity of
any oaiiicsiiip hi our navy, and is
fXiH-cted also to be the fastest, its
, lniildets hoping to give it a speed of
TliK Monroe doctrine has I'one In
tra' hoard. The lust of conquest has
ihki-ii possession ol the American
heart, and we must annex Hawaii,
hold the Philippine, nab Porto liico,
or, a the (Juincv Herald exnresscs it
any other old thing. After a few of
our garrisons have U-eti massacred bv
naturally reliellious insurgents we
won i lie so nmeli -tuck on a coloniz
KKKf ltKlMi to th,' Armour and Inci
ter corner on v heat. Senator Stewart
said the other day : This whole sys
tem is a system of cornering, just as
ine pom imam im m cw ork ilur
lng the war. They cornered gold
then just as thev propose to do now.
They want to corner agricultural pro-
micis. it is I lie icvcland republican
system. They are cornering every
thing they can corner at every oppor
tunity. That is what they want.
They do not have any Mc.i of any
thing lint cornering, so that they can
inuke money for themselves."
In accordance with the wishes of
Mayor Harrison, the Cook county
democracy decided yesterday not to
participate in the observance of Illi
nois day at the Omaha exposition to-
Cures every form of
Impure blood, from
The pimple on your
Face to the great
Scrofula sore which
Drains your system.
Thousands of people
Testify that Hood's
Scrofula, Salt Rheum,
And That Tired
Feeling. Remember this
And get Hood's
And only Hood's.
morrow. tircferrinr to wait until Chi
cago day. It was whispered at the
dub's 'meeting yesterday that the
uiavoruiu not care to sit on the same
platform with Gov. Tanner, who li.is
already departed for Omaha to lie the
star attraction on Illinois day. Pres
ident John Powers said he had con
ferred with the mavor. who would
go until the autumnal festivi
ties. Who can blame Mayor Harri
son for assuming such a position? He
not swayed by narrow politics, but
actuated !v a sense of pride in his
state and city that prevents his Inc
oming a party to the posing of John
I. Tanner, who always goes abroad
vith the siu-rle aim of self-elevation.
and with whom all else is secondary
to political advancement.
THE DELAY OF THE DUBUQUE
The Accident Which Causes Her Laying op
at St. Louis.
The accident which overtook the
palatial Diamond Jo line steamer I)iu
luiipie at St. Louis the other dav is
much more serious than was at iht
felt. The St. Iouis l'cpublic of
Friday morning descrilies it:
"A boiler line collapsed on the
packet steamer Dubuque while in
midstream, injuring a coal passer so
badly that he will doubtless die and
scaring KO passengers into a belief
that the boat was on lire and sinking.
Presence of mind on the part of Pilot
Arthur Williams, who headed the boat
for the west shore, lessened the fright
of the women, and some of the liien
on board, and effected a prompt land
ing lor inose w no were praying for
land. Kvery Thursday the. ' stcanW
Dubuipie. w hich is one of the Dia
mond Jo Line of boats, leaves f r St
Paul and intermediate points. At 4
p. in. yesterday she cleared her laud
ing at the loot of Washington avenue
and started up the river. The
freight on board was . the
heaviest , far this season
and the passenger list was a long one.
When about half way between tin
two bridges that span the Mississippi
river at this point, a loud rejMirt
shook the steamer from end to end
and volumes of steam floated up from
the lower deck. Cleat excitement
prevailed. One passenger attempted
to jump overboard, but was pre
vented by another, wiio hung to his
coat. Women fainted and children
cried. In fact, the usual hysteria
that accompanies an accident on
water was manifest in all parts of the
boat. Luckily the steamer is manned
by competent officers. They waded
through the cloud of white vapor
which enveloped the upper deck, and
by cool words calmed the frightened
cople. Meanwhile the boat was fast
approaching the west shore of the
river, and ropes were thrown out to
a landing at the IJurlington yards,
two blocks above the foot of Mound
street. Examination showed that
one of the boilers flues had
been defective. A heavy pressure
of steam haif blown off an iron
door, terribly scalding Charles Slorr,
one (if the coal passers on the boat,
who happened to stand directly in
front of the sheet of water when it
gushed forth. Storr was blown Id
feel by the force of the explosion,
and when picked up was in fearful
agonv. .-n ambulance was sum
moned and he was taken to the city
dispensary. where attention was
given him by Drs. Heber and Pcirsal.
Later he was removed to the city
hospital. There he begged the doe
tors to kill him. Storr is 4'.l years old
and lives at 215 Spruce street. Ne
groes comprise the working crew of
the Dubuipie, and they are extremely
suKTstitious. One' of them
had seen a gray cat on board
before the boat started and
had predicted a catastrophe. A
hunt was made for the cat after the
accident had occurred, and sure
enough a mammoth gray torn was
found hiding between two piles of
lumber. It was the work of an in
stant to chuck the animal overboard.
One of the lirst htsoii to arrive af
ter the accident was I. P. Lusk, C. P.
A. of t'ne Diamond Jo line. He great
ly regretted that the accident" hail
happened, for, trivial as it was. re
sults were serious. Money was ' re
funded to thise passengers who
w ished to get away at once, for it will
he several days before the boat can be
repaired. A deeply disappointed pair
were Mr. and Mrs. C. yon Wcise. mar
ried yesterday and lsnind for Prairie
du Chien. 'it wns their wedding
The arprise tif All.
James Jones, of the drug linn of
Jones N: Son. Cowden, III., in speak
ing of Dr. King's New Discovery, savs
that last winter his wife was attacked
with la grippe, and her case grew so
serious that physicians at Cowden and
i ana couiil lo nothing fur her. It
seemed to develop into hasty con
sumption. Having Dr. King's New
Discovery in store, and selling lots of
it. he took a lo'.tle home anil to the
surprise of all she begau to get Is-tter
from first dose, and half dozen dollar
Ijottles cured her sound and well. Dr.
King's New Discovery for consump
tion, coughs and colds is guaranteed
to do this good work. Trv it. Free
trial littles at Hartz & L'llcuicycr's
A White Mark.
Foley's Kidney Cure is a perfectly
reliable preparation for all kidney and
bladder diseases. The proprietors of
this great medicine guarantee it or
the money refunded. Do thev not
deserve a w hite mark? For sale bv
T. H. Thomas.
Itraaly la niood Deep.
Clean blood means a clca sl.in. No
beaaty mithout it. CiWoarets.t anJvt.atli.ir
ic clean your blood and kp it clean, bv
tirrniR up the Itty liver and driving all ini
punties from the body, lk-pn to-day to
banish Pimnirs. hoil. l,lr,i. l .w, u
and that mrkly bilious complexion bv taking
(. ascarets, beauty for ten rents. All Arus
guu, Mtiafaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c.
omrawa cr THnxrtacM will so
or my oTwa siAKa.
"i r hi imiiRrR dnnro
exact reproductions of the $10,000 originals by Muville, which will be given
you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below.
These Plaques are 40 inches in circumference, are free of any suggestion cf
advertising whatever, and will ornament the most elegant apartment. No
manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its
customers. They are not for sale at any price, and can be obtained only in
the manaer specified. The subjects are:
American Wild Ducks, American Pheasant,
English Quail, English Snipe.
The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Each
Plaque is bordered with a band of gold.
has been the standard for 25 years.
packages of this brand were sold
last year. That's how good it is.
ASK YOUR DEALER
to show you the plaques and tell
you about Elastic Starch. Accept
PLAY A CLOSE CAME.
Continued from Third paxe.
nc-isin who came out at the short
end of the gallic. Score:
fuck Mllir It. H C. A. E. OlfMIIMKl ..11. 11. i n. K.
lUer if ...11 0 11 1 0 l'loiMl. If ...i I :l ,) (1
MehMi', rf.t) I I 0 0 1'i mlcr. :hy 1 2 11 0
Wiiirlit. cf.o : 0 e W il-uu. if I 3 0 0 0
feline ....n 1 1 00 Conn 11 li.; :t 3 ; 11
nu.in. II) . I I 15 I I Sclir nM.lbl i 8 o i
liahlii-.t. sh.O 11 e 5 11 ltcrte. ss .. .' 1 i 5 0
lUimu. 2h..o 1 2 ' I Keef. c. ..( I ! 3 0
Himikt. ;.li.(i I 5 I Mnith. -r..l 0 0 n 0
Wnlsli.. . . 't O 0 1 0 Wfinu-r. p i 0 10 0
1 S 21 IX 3 II 12 37 12 2
Kock Island ' 1 11 0 0 0 0 tl 0-1
Omianva :! 2 11 11 2 4 0 0 11
Two-haw hits - O Council. Wilson. Kurfo.
Three-tune him - Xouuvli. Stolon liases -lit
rti; WhI.-.Ii. Hoover. iJouMe plays - HulMiitt
to Uillou 10 Hnuiia. Tripie plavs-liabliitt 10
lJiil(i!i to Hiiniia Hit liy hailed bail Hatiim.
struck out I v Wiils'j. I: Weimer. .". liases 011
balls u'l Walsh. 4: on Wemicr. .i. Wild pitch
Walsh. Time l:i. I'mpire Elirivlu.
Itcsults 'elsewhere: Saturday. at
Iuliiiiie. St. Joseph H, I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 7;
at lVoria. Peoria 4. (Jnincv Sun
day, at Duliuijue. I)uiiuiue i. St. Jo
seph 0; at l'cona. Peoria 12. juiiit-r
St. Joe comes tomorrow for a
The week day jjaines call at Ji
Wilson was lined j? for hooting at
I'mpire Khriht yesterday.
Dliriht's "decisions on lialls and
strikes are decided! y racd.
11. W. Hyde, the otiicial scorer, is
taking in the Omaha exposition, and
Hoy Swisher is senin in his ali
tieliee. Peaches" Kcrfe is a corker liehiml
the liat. It is not so much his playing
as his jollvin jnalitics. He knows
how to win a pinr.
The molders of the .stove works and
the plow shop plaved at the hop
fields yesterday morning. The stove
shop nine won. ; to ;.
The bankers of Davenjiort are o
inj; nhoiit with a chip on their shoul
ders. They have organized a liall
cluli and am auvimis for a jo with
the Kock Island money handlers.
Joe WaNh has been released, his
work not licin satisfactory. He was
let out lie fore liy Vrn-ney Anderson,
and claiming that he liad not lieen
pven a sijuaie deal, was taken hack
and jriven another trial.
Htirlinton papers take it for gran
ite that since 1 he town has dropied
out of the Western association. t!ie
league is bound to j;o to pieces. Thev
tiiink they are the whole tiling i'u
liurlinton. Sporting News.
llurklen'B Ariiica Salve.
The licst salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, -sores, ulcers, salt rheum,,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns and all skin erup
tions, and positively cures piles or 110
pay required. It is ruanuiti'd to
irive perfect satisfaction or iimncv re
funded. Price 'J.'i cents jut bo v. " For
sale by Hartz & I'llcmever.
For Over Fifty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
lieen used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the unis.
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the liest remedy fur diarrhoea. 25
cents a buttle.
Dover. X. II.. Oct. 31.
Messrs. Kiy Bros: The Kalm
reached me safely and in o short a
time the effect is surprising. My son
savs the lirst application jrsve decided
relief. I have a shelf filled with Ca
tarrh Cures.' Tomorrow the stove
shall receive them and Ely's Cream
Halm will reipi supreme, llespect
fuliv. Mks. Fkanklin Fkeeman.
I Cream Kalm is kept by all dnijj
;ists. Full size .V cents. Trial size
1") cents. We mail it. Ely P.i:s..
J .r6 Warren stni't. New York City.
Bean the J 1! Yal Haw Aiwm B3!t
FREE for a few months to all users of the
celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flatlron
Brand). To induce you to try this brand of
starch, so that you may find out for yourself
that all claims for its superiority and ccon
omy are true, the makers have had prepared,
at great expense, a series of three
How To Gel Them:
All pnrchaswrs of three 10 cent or
Fix 5 cent packagng of tlastir htan li
(Flat Iron Fraud 1, aro entitled to ra
reive from their grocer one of tln-so
twautiful Game Plaques free. Tlie
pl.iqiies will not lie wnt by mail.
Tliey can be obtained only from your
Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch.
Do not oVlay. This offer
is for a short time ouly.
SPLIT AMONG TE EEPU2LICAITS
Kcsiilt nf l!l IlanliaOIcIl l.ou I'ln!n ut
Clcreland, June 0. An one of the re
sults of the senatorial flatst of lunt win
ter the Republicans cf Cuyahoga county
had the fieriest and most turbulent
convention battle Saturday ever Been
In northern Ohio. The convention opened
amid the greatest excitement. A large
squad of police was on hand. The cr.iMi
ty committee of fifteen, controlled by
the llanna men, insisted upon lis usuel
privilege of naming the temporary
chairman, and i-ent C W. Coilisler In
the platform in that eapauity. Amid a
storm of shouts ai d yells and the great
est cenfusion on th floor and platform
the McKiason mn demanded that F. I,.
Taft, Eq., lie temporary chairman.
Taft went to the platform and mood
besida Collister. Pandemonium bivkc
Xo one crniH h heard, and thwe were
a nawhir cf ansry pnrscinl encounters.
The polir charged rt the phitform.
diMbinf yer tt iptwtrB' tahles and
ffircM Coil'isfr and every Banna man
with him out ;f a side entrance. Taft
tailed for a Tote on temporary chair
man, and before It endd everj" Hanna
Crlegate had left the hall. Th Har.na
men unit to Uihet's hall near by and
held a convntim thrr own. choos
iK delegates to thf coming fate ob
vontifh and a enanty committee of rif
teen for the tr.suin year. The MeKis
snn mm in Arrry and Navy hall did the
Hot Time in Thnt Old t'nnrt.
Tlecatur. Ills.. .Tune 20. T"nrin th
prrgrees of a trie.l In Justice Prevost's
eouri 1 onsiatii conrara called Jo.eph
I)p.wron a lier, hereupon the two en
Raged in a leeoekuboirt fisht. Attorney
Lee seaiatrd the men, when Cwnnard
turned on the lswyer, vihi parried, anti
then becan rr.aulii.g the constable. The
judge then ansc off the beech end
rtr-ppcrt the flgi.t just n time to preveat
the usi cf dracjy wen pons.
Truths Tersely Tstil.
Fub'y's Kidney Cure is a safe, sure
remedy for all kinds of kidnrr and
bladder diseases. For sale by T. II.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
John Vlk & Co,
Builders : : :
Sash. Doors. Pilinds and Mouldings.
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor-"
iti of All Kind.
Single and Double Strength Window
liiass. Polished Plate. Itcrclwl
Plate and Art (Jlass.
""S" Rock Island.
Jllott's Nerverine Pills
diseases of the
BiUoKL AND ArTKR 1 SINtl. .
sex, such . Nervous Prostrarjon, Failing or
lost Manhood. Imaotenf-v. Ntertattr Fni.
tions, Youthful Errors. Mental Worry, ex
otssive we of Tobacco or Opium, which
lead to Cnrrnrmption aad Insanity. )ljfJ0
per box fey mail; 6 boxes for SSM.
Fcrtaie by M. T. Bahntcn, draggltt, eora
Fcarta btcom and TwaaUeU ttraet.
I There is Every Day Advantages.
In trading at our store. Our stock comprises the best materials
put togtther by people who know how. I lot weather footwear of
every description at late season prices. When your f.tt are tired
and weary bring them to us and you will get comfort ami etse.
We have a style to fit every fancy, and a price to fit every urse.
If you haven't tried our store, try it now. Those who have tried it
WRIGHT & BARBER 8
rAXTKD TO LOAS KC0. ADDKEPS
f 1 --S.
tanteo-a uiru run housewdkk
at isj; Fifth ureaue.
'ANTED TKADK KOK WESTEKX
land. Addrevs -IS.," iui ofllee.
7axtiu-a t;iRr. to d") hkxeral
liiusev.or at fourth iiveuuc.
UTAXTEO-A COMPETENT fJIKL AS
cook at M Second avenue. Ueferonecu
'ANTED A COMPETENT C.IKI. KOR
yruerjiL, ruse worn ai ivm M-coud ave-
'ANTED-HOY AIXirT 15 YEA US OLD
' to learn trade. Addroki "Trade." cure
IVTANTl'.D FROM TtVOTO SIX MONTHS
a tood Mcnoir tiptiurof some c niaji-r-ciil
caller unee. Address with retcien.es
poitoi1!ce liox .i'.'h.
TANTEr-RM.U. C.IRL Tt HELP IX)
Keneral bnusework in small family. Ad
dress Ktt! Fourth avenue. Moline. 111. Call
from s a. lu. to h p. nu
WANTED -SITUATION BY A YOrNO
eolnrod man cxiericneel in hotel Imsi-ne-s:
k intellit-'eut and iudustri us, hest of
references famished. Addre "M. H.," An
uus. T A XT F.UTOTKA DE-W HATBAVKYOi:
" lo offer for t.mm sl.-k of phmIs in
eountry n ore? Dolm; i?hh1 biiNineis: proprie
tor Mek and ttust sell or trade, tionlun &
VfTANTED RELIABLE MEN TJ TACK
" up aCverHlrr iUn- 112.60 weekly:
steady work. Send 10 cents for poMtace. :
pie, etc. Young M-dielne oomp nv, U3 North
Colorado street, Philadelphia. Pa.
WANTED-LADIES. I PAY FROM 915
to .Vi weekly for lljrht eav work that
can be done ut borne. No experience neees
wy. Write for parMeulara. Mrs. Juliet
Simith. Cns-58 Dtrnrluru i-treet. Chicago.
' A KTHO-TO LOAN MONET OH Ul
T BK.cfU vatobei. Jeweiry. oardware
au:ot.i ujiU-umeob. btn.-Jlna. alotblcc, drj
,.-.!, furniture, eto. UIghwt ctb prloef
a!d for seoond ban eooda of all kinds also,
fho sroe g-iKdi (or aala at half lh usual
tor tirica. A U oaaliiMs transactions atriotii
)oiiuDial. His oasr number analoontlon
S3 Seonna Atsnue "Vjn'l forget It J. W
ro..- Two rirKon!347.
'Oil RKN'T OFFICE ROOM OVEK DAVIU
'Ot RENT THR STORR ROOM AT 1810
i uii u avenue, a ppiy v . Daulier.
FOR PALE FIXE HABY CiliAND PIANO
at 111.' Sccund avenue. Inquire atones.
FOR RENT-DKSK R( K )M l.V RKIKY
I'roa. uffiee, Koom 4, Viteliell & Lynde
FOR RENT-ROOMS WITH HOARD IX
very central locution, at moderate rates.
Inquire at Thb AKi.t'soMce.
T )l RENT -NK EI.Y FI'RNISHED FRONT
A nxmi. vhk1 tatile hoard, trus. bath, all
miMlern conveniences. 7:w eeveuteetitb
PUR RENT-EKiHT-UUOM HOUSE. Ft'H
nace heat. tniKlcru iiuprovementK. Ml
Twentieth street. Kent. . Apply to Hayes
& Cleaveland, Bcnsiou block.
IpOR RKNT EIGHT ROOM HOUSE,
Thirteenth street, and S-. nd avenue.
Rent 110 Apply to L. II. buflord at Jackson
& Hunt's rffice.
XJOR RUNT - UKSIDITXCE OF 14 lH)MS.
A. corner of Nineteenth street and Seventh
avenue, with all modern improvement. A u
lif Ifeidy ItroJi.
IfOB SALE FIXTUBES. SHELVES AXI
- vouiiii-r. ui. ine ti irlittbltik' store.
App'v ut Ueoryc Sehafer. M'J Seventeenth
yon SALE REV. H. C. MARSHALL'S
A household -,mkK will hew.ld nt Ills Sit.
d avenue Wednesday and Thursday. June
L'OR SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM
I All kinds nf fruit: (txitl huildirimi: near
town A f,:tri':kin f,. ui,n ....a ...I.... -
....... . - w.u.x. v...- it vdnun win
(jonlon A Dow man.
ilOR SALE -A SADDLE HOUSE. WITH
all the nailers, and lady broken: trots
square- ii hararsN. Call at W.' Tlndall s bam.
J. M Richardson.
If RALE A SSS-ACKE FARM IN ROCK
Island county: vmk1 eoru and pasture
land: will take part trade. W. Claussen, Front
and Ripley street. Davenport, Iowa.
FOR SALE-ONLY CONFECTIONERY
store in town of I. urn people: doinif a irood
liiisinesK: iK-st of reasons for wllinir: an eilra
onlmary ehance for some one. Addrew i
fsj care of Allots. r
fX)B SAI-OOAL IH AKTTJllmTY
of 6o bushels or over at K.a per too, de
ivered C. t. D. to any part of the oily. Leave
irdera at Ctminveelal hnitso barber shop, Rock
Island . or Ecoa James, Milan.
t,R SALK-4 Hr..P IviiTS IN MMAS
i ter s aaiditlon. old baseball pisninds. These
lots will be wild frrira ssai bpwanl: sma I
amount down balance on Ion? tun at 1 per
rent He dv Iltos.. iymhii a. UiL,huii a- i
I, OR RALE A RESIDENCE OF SEVEN
I rooms, well appointed, with modern con
veiiiencea. A kiwkI lucalioo fo physician
or comfortable home for a botlri-s man
Good yard, and eonr.oienl tostreet earn. Ad
dress G. Si TUK A Ki.lh.
li-OR SALE-A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
K with fthnnt W A.nrmn IMm !...
filiEs; legal blanks or aay description of papers
imi.iivmiuwKpi m nape tor wriimc
A cuovprebetisire ltdex eoDueeted Jaattiie
thin, for any office with ooo tracts, ete.. te
tm. Addresa B. av C, car el Tata akci
m M m iviw0li ..W.sWt at.i " v jagg', yy x, ; wgy '; v'ty; p;
Redaction all along the line.
I OST A HOOK IX FRENCH TF XT WITH
J leather cover. Mmlt-r return to i;i
Nineteen h street aud receive raward.
WRITE TO FULTON ft TBACLEY,
Denton. Tex., if you ha acconcts
notes or j idrmcnts vs. Texas parties that you
desire settled or ecuiprouiised.
r oST A I I RSF. COXTAIXIXU A (iOLD
J lieel lace aud 'inl.ilit: M t of shirt
siiirls unit r sna1i i.iti,iinit ol nonev. Ieteiu
Ixieenth i.iid Taeiiiieth Mrcels. or in Silen
cer sipiare. last nii.'hi. Mnder v. ill !. re
warded by leavinir the same at this odlce.
p:F. ti:a set ladies, sind uh
A your full address plainly written. ;nd ao
will exprcs.-you T.i of o.ir sweet a id exquis.te
Arabian ierf'.:tno packets tin (siwdcr form, to
scent jrl'(es. hain!i;erehiefs. cloihiuf. etc .1 lo
sell anions friends, at 10 orulu each. W lieu
sold, remit u the ini.tiey (after deiluctliiK ex
prcss ehnrecst and e wi I send yon for vour
trouble, a lovely decorated EmMish tea sol of
5( pieces, (lull sire for faniii.r use.l Kaeli s't
is artistically di-coraicd iu colors, tastcliil leaf
and liower pailcm. The sliaiirs are of the
iiuest siylc. which eivry lady will up;iecialc.
tdt r at once mid uaun; nearest expn-ss of.
lice. Address Arabian Perfi:iuo eoinpuny
Sale of Ileal Kstate.
f. K. Ken worthy. Solioltor.
Hy virtue f an order and decree of
the county rutin of Rock 1-land eott:i
ty. uuule n ilio petiiioii of ihc uu
dersifaed. J. llc.ry Udders. ti-)iiiiuis r.i
torot the csuic of IVederieU Kramer, dc
eeas!il. for leave to sell the real estate of sat-t
deeeaMSl. nl the June term. A. D.. ww. of tsikl
eotirt. to-wi:: On the ITi li day of June. ls;(s. I
shall on the Mill day of July next, be
tween the hours of lit o clock is t lie f,,reiio.i'i
and 4 o clock in the afternoon of s;iid day. sell
at public s.iii;. at lit east il x.r of the eoiir
hous-. in the city o! Rock I- land, in said coun
ty, the real estate desenbed as follows, lo
wit: Lois number ten (Id) and eleven (111 in
Wealherhead s addilion to the eily of Kock
Island, or so much of said p emises as may lie
necessary to sal i-fy sad decree, iu Mock Island
county, on the foiioniai; lerins. to-wit: For
Dated this IMIl day of .li.no. A. It. I?'.
J. tlK.VHV I.IIIOKIts.
Administrator nf the I'state of Frederick Kra
i. t REICr.
Oira l'uur Unmt awl lui-e tt imuml
Insurance and Loans,
Itimni I. Mil. In !1 4 Lyii'le UiiiMinjr.
ScCoj's New Enropcin Hotel
COS. CURI U3 OI lomi sts.
Oae bloek from t U. I. It P. at4
a . 31. N. B tllroad depot.
Imrrovemertj enstme tfSftsn hv
juM bten completed, and the hou no
ttf every rxrvrmenr in he I,..n4
hotel, including hot and c-U water, tlcetni
ncnt mu Mfini neat in every room.
Fates 75 cent, per day and upwardt.
Firtt clas restaurant in connection.
WILLIAM McCOY. Owner Prevrliter
'SAT? Mi fVfX
Oood winea anl llijaon arn Vslay inor.i
widely, ami happily, more wlso'y nl than
tt miy :i-iiB tn tie wurid't hiMorjr. Tin
atise of it Is the reeoguition of It U lit-liis.
o tU- liuiuHii sysleiii. Ua'i is proviii ty
expeiienee itn procr utvs, atid all nms
conretle iuti liitois previ nt diases an I
lielp rest ire its ray i;". U'liieand whisky
are a Iteal'hful 6timu!aiit t" the nietiUI an i
moral acilvitie Without t-li!y liealih
you are no it, tor iu lhe worlti's f .rre.
Vou may know that yi n can secttte always
tlie pm est and always the ch-,"t in any
'lusnt.ty )oi mtv ieiiiire at our store, tim
only who!eeal) hi.nstj in t'm i-ily diHKne.in
trtKiita direct to theMiMiiiier. Our necii
tiesarn'TOSAVtt VOU MfKV ami
klve you pure and uitaduiterael gmtd.
Open eyenlngt until 10 o'cli-ck.
J L I L
2 6V AVtWL'l. J
t . i
Tht natt fnirsMl uetiea at flit Twit Cit!t
filling needed. Asiplj thsd.M' bf lar?e wjn. resst
Sewers, water awias. sidewalk, etc. airi-; n.
Nana but hiS arads. noera aaesn In sMtot-ixx
heed. Eqaallf aoeMtlkle ts katinrts ctnlcrs vt
ksth (Hie hv Tri City E'eclnc Rsilw. Tea.
auuttar.a Codtgs art Tib Ward Peblic Scscl
Eatf waikino distance to C, R. I. A f fir;.
nd rosns house, aia ta U- . Jii?eral and pm.ci..
The seca lets ineieated bt sHjl st, is sbsve sat
ill be setd at rj ioa piieet it taksti ivn.
Aw' A. H. KOHLKl?,
Vaaai 3, Poi CBoe Klsct. Hnitss. W
We have the Best Equipped
Repair Shop in the west
And !1 klnfJa cf j'.b work. We aleo
carry a complete iiue of guoa ar.d
218 Seventeenth St. Market S'ju re
are the most fatal cf aJJ
FOLEY'S KIDNITV CtiRf:
a GUARANTEED ruvvdy
ji money reiunCcU. Ccu
i ..m . . -y- - -
i i i
by all eminent
is the best for Kic'.n-y .
"Tit ftiw. amc I.
old by M F Baaasca.