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THE AKGTTS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1898,
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Published Iili and Weekly at 1634 Second
Ayenue, Rock Island. 10. Uttered at the
Fostoaice as Second-class ufier
lJf THE SAME OF J. W. POTTKB.
TKKMS Dally. 13 cents ver reek. YTeeiily.
12.00 per annual: In advar-e 5; .71.
All eommunlcruinns of -poll'le-! or arirufr.en-
tatire character, polit!tS:il or religious, must
bare real name auacbe-i for publication. No
; ue.li-article will be printed over fictitious sig
natures. - .
Correspondence aiif-rrtid f-o-n every town
ship In KoQk Island e.n:y.
Tnt.-i:.fDAr, Alglst :.'."; 1838.
IN HOC SIGNO ViNCES-
For Stite Treasurer
M. I-'. JJT'NtAP.
For Superintendent Public linfruction.
PKRItY O. ST! V Kit.
For Tru-itees State rn.terHity.
DR. JULIA !3I.i.fjS MiriI
NAPOLKOK li MOIiHIiiOS.
JACOH H. sr.u.v.'.t.
For Representative in Coatrrchs, Tenth
FKANC1t K. AKIII'.KWS.
ForSnteSi'n:"iir. Tliany-tliirrt .:.
JOSEPH II. Mt'l.I.liiAS.
For Kopretiatfve lithe ll'ner;il A'.-emHIr,
fxmok"; w. m:u?.r.
For County Jude U C ALLK.N'
7u County Clerk JOHN X6IITOX
For Shsrtff,, A. I. IIITKSIXU
Fur Treasurer T. li. I.KKS
For County Superintendent. . .O. I. ADPITOX
Till", close of tin- w ir .' id
Pliliarly hard up ; Is
to operate penal oi '. mies.
"I'll k returned vitcran-t nf tin? span-wn:-
will for years to (tome tell
their stories ami thin in another way
W'li the Maine lie remembered.
F.Mil.ANP's We.-t linlian pos-ess'io n
which desires an nevit ion to the I'nitcd
States may lie obiigwH li display con
siderable Jamaica rite'er before :te
romplMiing i!,at mt laudable aim.
The A!'ili school board has adopt.
1 a resolution dt-clari ng the use of
cigarettes liy any il as nfliiif.it
causi! for dismissal from school. The
rule will h enforced from ami after
the opening of the fail term.
. Ai.L'I.n.v i.in . tlf1 i'li I li ; 'pi no insurg
ent, has found i ia.it A miiir-.-t is neither
I i he intimidated mr bluffed, and
that in si'irl older in; nin-t cither
.show hiin--ll the tr.ink friend or om-ii
.enemy of the nation wh'u !i has the
jkey to the sit nation in tio
';iii i in.
i :iml Iriuiv:it
on - i i 4 1
he tiie !i!o
hie as mnv
actual eon!li t ih.iv eonie. it i not i
t In fullest evteni nneviieeted. Thv
ock mar l-e : iri er st il is possi
lo ('nun n r. I I'T Iliilf is alunvs
! lie aeeoin i:n iii thoi;'hl tliat it
eonhl Hot have l.( ell ot I" ; ie, t!;
t was for the Lest. !'.:.' when
hrijjrht liv pism s.eil of all t he chariii
of Mileinhil ;h.tMeat. nient.il aim
w.oral manhoo.l i ohlied to jjive uj
hit life through ch.-er ne";h et on tin
:trt of those to w hoin he had ent rutel
All that life had hru him. then it
is woe inevf lTihle. Sneh seems to
have lieen t lie late of dravr vuiniir
Waller Na-rel. of I x t ni.ort . anil
IfTany thers of his nun rades who
have Wen saeritieid in l!ii war. Tin
awful penal! V" of uii-im rin il eamp
ii what man vonii'' men have luiid
tvith preeioiis h'ood. and th" saddest
chapter f tli war will 1: that whifh
tolls to fill tire generations of the Iitei
luekeI from the flower f the repuli-
ic,irnunnnioii -1 v er:i-lo il out thioi:';li
the management of a .li i-ui l nient of
war. the. tiead of w hiclr;uee: ved that
the ends of polities wi re more to I
served tliaii tl:e wtilare ot t lie men
who constitute t in nat ion " hnUvark
Up in Wisconsin, too. the I epti hliean
partv tinds th.e people n; in arms
against it. 1-ike Illinois. S'iv-onsiu
ha hal hirh tae- ami a corrupt tate
machine, which thought it wa irivi-
leed to tax the people tii pro.Iiiie Ijif
surnlustcs for its own peculiar use
Slau- funds hut hecu ncil lv favored
Kiiticians ami the interest on lii
tirp!utses ha- t-en treatiil as rivatc
proiKTt v bv the oilieials. Kcn tJov.
tSootieht it cl-.arixe.l with ovcrdrawiiiLT
and tiie iileirnl use of fundt under hi
coatrol. The people of Wisconsin are
aunisi'il ami in XovcmlM.r the ilcinow
orats wiil aaiii oei the state. In
Illinois the situation is even worse.
iq hav- hitfh laes and an idricial
liisrcird, ; of the people's interests
I bat tlicounts the Wisconsin situation.
Ixt Illinois join hands xtith Wisconsin'
n ilrivinfr t he money chancers from
I he tetnplc.
Thk Ohio democrats, in the state of
President MeKinlcy tul 2Iark Haiuia.
. an true to Uie principles of th plat
form f ":. true to the jrallant stanl
ard Ix'.irer IJryati true to sotiml dem
ocratic doctrine all the wav through.
Edarnta Toor Itonclt With runnta
Candy Ontt;nr:!e. cure constipation lore-, er.
JCc.SaC. II C. C-C. laJ, drupitsui rttcuJ Djoucy.
Foster. Anj;. 22. Mr. and Mrs.
IIerlert Foster returned 'home froui
Omaha Saturday. i
Miss Maud Ketd, of Eli.a. .111.. was
a tiest &t Workmans' Sandav.
Mr. and Mr$. Thomas AVatson vis
ited -with Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Foster
Miss Sadie Kranz terminated her
visit with friend in Imffalo Prairie
and returned home Saturday.
Miss Lulu Drn'sz returned to her
home at Stratford. Iowa. Wednesday,
after a pica-ant visit of several weeks
with her sister. -
A mini her or Master C urtis roster s
:-i1tti:iir-ir lratinir his
cream ami ca were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Kdward I)ru;r, who.se
home is in the Cherokee Nation, came
down from Tipton. Iowa. Sunday to
visit "with friends and relatives for a
Quite a crowd hied themselves to
the home of Mr. ami Mrs. William
Krneer. of Ferdinand, last Fridav
w here t hey pari ieipaP-d in amusinjr
Raines until midnight.
Oeore. Freyerniuth tinished put
tin;; up a new fence around his domi
cile last week. It will afford him
much ratiticatioii to know that all
think it a marked improvement.'
The several Sundav schools are pre
Parim' appropriate liroif rains to be
rendered at t he union Sunday school
picnic, which will" take place Sept. 3
at Kennedy's rove. The UutTalo
I'ruirh S(-h id wilT li.ivi: charge this
The Misses Luev and Kate Watson
Anna Zollner. Mae IJowser and Wil
liam Freyerniuth went to Shilo
Iowa. Saturday, tvhem thev rcmaiio
over ni-'ht with the family of Jacob
Frevermutii. and attended the Wilton
camp meeting S'.inday. returning homo
Will.ird AVarm.'tn arriveii home Sat
tirdav from 'hic.f'o. where he ha for
tcver:tl years past Im-cii enaLjed in
t he in--lira nee inisiness. We compre
hend tln.t ill : few weeks he will jjo
lo 'iil.on ("lilf. wiiere he will arro
irate the duties of :i schoolmaster, he
bei:i'; thoro ihiv eompeteiit to do so
The heavy lain of last Monday
ni 'iit proved lo he destructive in
various v. ays. Many are of the opin
ion iiia? it was t lie heaviest rain in
this locality since. lX.il. topper's
creek o ci liowcd its bank to such an
extent tii:it every tiling in its way wa
de!roed. 1 he corn iii'hls alouir its
! tii are all lyinir low. and the new
iron Iiiide at Workman s cro.ssiair
was washed away. James Haves lost
l" hojj.s and several farmers worked
very hard to save; their Mock. A 2.-
ton stack of hav belontri nr to John
Xollner was struck by litrht niuir and
hurncd to the iTTound. We- are now
in need of new hridircs to make all
The t oiuinK tVotnan
Who oes to thw club while her hn
band tend 3 the baby, as Well as the
rood old-fashioned woman who looks
after her home, will both at times r-t
run ilo.vn m ticaitn. J liev will ie m
trouble v. '.tii loss of appetite, head
aches, sleeplessness, faintinir or dizzv
spells. The most wonderful remedy
for tln-.se women is Electric Bitters
Thousand of sufferers from lame
back and weak kidneys rise up and
call it Messed. It is the medicine, for
women. I finale complaints ami ner
vous troubles of all kinds are soon re
lieved bv the use of Elect riy Bitters.
IVl'u ate women should keep this rem
edv on hand to build up the system
Only .Ml cents licr bottle. For sale bv
llartz - I'llemever.
Have Vfin n Son, Itrotht-r.
Husband or lover in the army
navy? Mail him
package of Allen's Foot -case
der for the feet. All who march
walk or stand need it. It cures ach-
iniT. tired, sore, swoollen. sweating
feet, and makes hot. tiht or now
shoes easy. Feet can't blister. ret
sore r callous where Allen's Foot-
ease is used. 10tO(i testimonials
All ilruirirists and shoe stores sell it.
2." cents. Sample sent free. Addrt
Allen S. Olmsted. Im Koy. X. V.
rileftt rilml IMletl
lr. William' Indian Pile Ointment
will cure Mind, bleeding and itching
piles when all other ointments have
failed. It absorbs the tumors, allays
the itching at once, acts as a poultice
gives instant relief. Dr. " William '
lodian Pile Ointiwent is prepared only
for piles and itching of the private
parts, and nothing else. Every Ijot
is warranted. &oia ir aruiririt or
sent bv viail on receipt of price, 50
cents and 1 er bo-x. .
Williams Mamtaitikixi Co.,
Proprietors, Cleveland Ohio.
Sold by M. V. Bahnsen. Drnggint.
Ileanty la Blood Deep.
Clean b'oej n.car.a a clean skin. Xo
r-t-aui v without it. :uot. Candv Cat Lai
tie clean yoiw l-iood and keep it ilitn. by
atirrmi; it the lazy liver and Uii-ing all mi
punt lea from the bodv. ltecin t-j-tlnv to
banish rumples, hoi Is. blotches, tilatkheads
and that kickly bilious cminlesion by taking
v ascareis. ifauty ior ic-n cents. .'Vii drug
gists, satisfaction guaiantectj, lUc, 2ic, 50c.
One Minute Cougli Cure surprises
people by its ipiick cures and children
may take it in large quantities with
out the least danger. It has won for
itself the best reputation of any prep
aration usel today for colds, croup,
ticklrng in the throat or obstinate
coughs. T. 11. Thomas. A. J. Kicss
and M. F. Bahnsen, druirgista
Bodily pain loses its terror if you've
a bottle of Dr.-Themas1 Ecleetric Oil
in the house. Instant relief in cases
of burns, cuts, sprains, accidents of
anv sort. For v sale bv Marshall &
Fisher. ' "
Arnold's liromo Celery cures head-
as hes; 10, 25 and 50 cents. Keiss'
Dewey Americanizing the Philippines.
Wherever Battle Ax goes it pacifies and satisfies
everybody and there are more men chewing
to-day than any other chewing tobacco ever made.
The popularity of Battle Ax is both national
and international. You iind it in Europe : you
find it in Maine: you find it in India, and you'll
find it in Spain (very scon).
. Our soldiers and sailors have already taken it to
Cuba and the Philippines I Are you chewing it ?
emember the name
when you buy again.
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PARI 1 -ON So
Paper Haigcrs, Calsominers,
Hampton. Ang. 21. Herman Sands
has the coal contract for the Barstow
August Yost has had malarial fever.
but is improving.
t . J. rulcher, the ciijar dealer, has
erected a mercantile building at Bars-
Hot weather is hot. and people
hunt the In-aches for the little breeze
t hat may be fonmi.
Tiie hotel here it liljed with summer
boarders and the overflow is taken
care of bv Mrs. Norton.
Mr. James J. Vogel, who has been
vcrv ill lor some days past, litis im
proved and is able to lie alxmt again.
I he telephone line repairers passed
through last week and are rapidly
working north. Andrew Ferman is
c n ir: tired with them.
The marriaire of Marion Keller and i
Alma Siblev was auiiouneed last Fli-
lav. No marriaire blossoms, but a
1'iH'il ih for the future.
The recent rainstorms ia this vicini
ty have Im'cii productive of irreat
;oo.i. I;ite corn. totatoes and pas
turage have become a inre thing for
If the railroad company would take
vassengers south at h a. m. it would
if commodate many peoiile alouir the
inc. As it is now persons cannot get
into the tri-cities much ltefore ihmii.
when they-wbuM like to spend the fall
Itucklen's Arnica Salre.
The best salvje in the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapicd hands,
chilblains,- corns and all skin erup
tions, and positively cures piles cr io
pay required. It is guaranteed to
give" perfect satisfaction r money re
funded. Price 25 cents por box. " For
sale by llartz f: Cllemever.
s - . . - .
John M. Paridon.
Ilcnrv A. Paridon
Scop 41 i
Flstate of Joltn" Utke. deeetsetL
The undersigned bavins; be jn apo" ite ' a'l-
minLstrjitrix with the wi 1 aniiexp?! i! trice
tate of Julius lTtke. late of the county or
Kock Island, state of Illinois, deceased, here
by (rives notice tbat stie will appear efore the
count v court of Kock Island county, at the
county court room, in the eity of Rock ltlund.
at the October term, on the tirst Monday
in Ootolier next, at which time ail per
sons bavmir claims imainst said estate are
Jnotiiled and reu'iested to attend, for the pur
pose oi nuvint: ( tie suiiie ujumc.
All persons indebted to said estate arc re
quested to maka immediate payment to the
Ihtled t.;.s J'ml day of Auirust, A. T. ts.ia.
ltr .i.NK t ts, Administratrix, with the will
Kstate of Jcseph Amra.tnn, deceased.
Th tradc-sised bavinjf been appointed ex
ecutor of the etaie of Joseib Atnmaon.
la'e of ib county of Kock Inland. si.te of
Illinois. deeaseO. hcretiycive notice tbat ibev
wi;l appear before the county court of Kock
1-1 and county til te county court room, in
the city of K"rk Islanl. at the Novem
ber term, oc tt-f:rst Monday in November next
at wbieb tia-e .v Pr ors h-iyinir claims against
.id estate ar.- i itified and requ-sted lo at-
tend, for the perp se of bavmir toe-sane ad
justed. Ail per.oss intftrbted to said evlate
arc reiiucste-l to make immediate payiueut
to the underi-ined.
Dated this 21 day of August. A. D. IK'S.
Contains no cocaine,
mwury -nor ai,y
other injurious drat;.
It is quickly Ab
sorbed. Gives ie-
Hef at once., v It ID 1W HE AD
QPns. and clewtses 41
tie 24aial Passaces. Allays JnAatiEWtliort,
I HeUs ajid Protects the -Membrane.- Ke
; storm tlm S-nes ot Ts.stend fcuw-IL-. Fail
size 60c; Tiiai Size lLc al Drampi-lt or by
tuaU. - - . .. - j..-
I'M. H ".'t . ry-- f .v ':
All our Summer Goods, both black and tan, will be closed out. at
sweeping reductions. We need the room; you probably need the
shoes. Come now and get your choice. These are the season's
'"" most fashionable goods and will be slaughtered in price to make
-'i?' -'-" room;forour-inmiense fiill stock, which, by the way, will be some-"Z2-
thingworth your wliile looking forward to. The goods have be-
gun to go, so get
We have everything in
the Bicycle and Sport
ing Goods Line.
Ar.drae Bicycles '98 Model $65
Waverly Bicycles, "J8 Model $JS
Meislback Bicycles, "98 Model.. $25
Ideal Bicycles, '98 Model . . $22.50
Magnet Bicycles. "97 Model . $10.50
We also have on hand
a large stock of shot
guns, loaded shells, re
volvers, cartridges, tar
gets, Blue Rock traps,
boxing gloves, punch- .
ing bags, tennis, golf,
and base ball goods.
Fishing tackle and
324 Twentieth St., Bock Island,
S03 West Third St., Duverr ort.
$10,000 in Premiums
SEPT. 5 to 9, 1898,
I-ieycte raco1! TuesViy. Sept. (. lHj-H.
Gra d street fnradi ia the Korenojn.
(ruud 'frottitifc- und Piurinir ltiicfs on
the 7Ui. b'Ji and itth. and other attrac
tions. Special Rates on
Railroads and Steamboats
For further Iarticuljrs or Information,
M. I. PKTKKSKN. I'resUlent.
IV. 11. Hl'KKAV, Secretary.
GET THK TyV.ST
1 1 .
;ij Gas Fining,
!lj Sewer Plpel
!.' All Work Guaranteed-
; 1C9 THIRD AVENI E
ltret with yon wbether yoa rrntiTm th
t - itu r ti i? i r-1 or mtjj-w, w
Out Dfrworis CtstrMt. CIDtla D
li u, purine ie Uicoi
box. fli. uhoJ1t cores: 3 bcxci.
tmiimt lHaijCa f hie ijt, mmav wr tmk
in quickly if you want rare bargains.
Leaders in Shoes.
A Regular "Cinch," "CerVera Says,
NlJ OKE whicjh is enonph
f.tne atd be forgiven, is
when one is in a hurry
ynu can buy a snperior stove or range that Is haudrome aud
useful, a good baker, and of the very bent manufacture,
that we sell at ench low prices why bother with a use
less old hulk.
'A in? development .f organs and
'Thr-m. Cj.IiI.1,1 fll harm lif. h,
Ssf mnMa. , . CH.MOTT'S
For sale by M. F. Bahnsen, druggist,
To be a prisoner in America! Wines,
beers, liquors or luxuries of any kind
is at his disjHisal. You will think it a
cinch,'''' too, when you see tin
list of high grade wines, whiskies,
beers, gins, brandies, bitters and (iood
Luck that we are selling at thu prices
quoted. You can buy belter floods
in this line for the money here thau
anv place in the cilv.
on ISO I
Lives in a house that has
good plumbing. If the
plumbing is not perfect
the little fellow cannot be
healthy. When there is
anything the matter with
the pipes in your house
send for us.
to mako the righteous pro-
an old stovo tbat won't draw
for their breakfast. Wbn
Cor. Nineteenth street
- and Second Avenue, j?
They orerromp Veatr
lrr.vularity uud oifi.ft.i'ii4-i
ri aro M1.110 fial iTu1
tirfrU;it oni.iiih""ii. aid
body. N known T-tncdy for women t-'i'i-j..
(n. n nffA,iru ill Mr k.T Su.l.f !
CHEMICAX. CO.. Cleveland, Ohla.
cor. Fourth At. and Twentieth St.