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THE ABGU8. WEDNESDAY, 3IARCH 1899.
Published Dally and Weekly at 14 Seetrad
Avenue. Rock Lland, HI. Entered. at the
fottoDcs as Second-class maiter.1
IM TUB AME Ut . W. FOTXKB
TERMS Daily. 10 cents per week. Weekly
2.00 per annum: In advance II .60.
All communications of political or argumen
tative character, political or religions, must
nave real name attacked for publication. No
neb article will be printed over fictitious sla--matures
Correspondence solicited from every town
skip In Bock Island county.
Wl.l Nfc-DAY. Mai:''U --
llemocratic Nominsf ions.
For City trk . . . .
A l UI'lIN'i
. ' U MAKSI'ALL
. W 11 McINTYHL
Asst. sieftw,r, ,.F ,R... c or-RVAN
Kor Asevsor . H. J. LI'CHMANN
For Collector. UI.VETT K. HEEVES
.-ii sulks hkiokmanx
T. A. PKNDKR
I. W. SNITZKR
Fourth Wa d. .
Sixth Wa'il ..
' ' It iTh.Arcuti koow.ofcour. t hat
Mar'it name but hrrn shifted from lirat to
Mcoud place on 'the curDrrV lUte. iod
that Marin hustling tooth ant toenail to
bNoiD. the uuioliit. for rity rlrrk. Mar
has Ixro trying for. week now to et up
Ilia in for hi nomination, but It I. little
help he (fli ootdde of hi. "corner pn.h,'
nl t he rh.nree are th.t he will rut as In
.lajnilirant a figure In the convention for
c-lty rlrrk a. I w year, at" he rut for may
or. !. :s K KIT TAT ION AS A M.tkiCK
AMI liKKAKKK OK I'KOMISKS IS OF A
I.ASTIXO DKst lill'l ION -luion. Krli. 5,
Wixtkk is determined to linger in
the l:ij of spring.
Tiik price of nails has been ad
vanccd 1.1 cents jht kty.
John '. Ilciwxm, the apple kiu
of Kansas, is !-:ul :it Ati-hi.son.
Tiik main reason attributed to the
prcsiilent in injr to Jekvl island
was to play hide.
Tiik news which was sent from
(aimanera. Cuba, vesterdav afternown
to New York and hence through the
Associated Press throughout the
countrv and published in all the even
in;; papers. t the effect that the aired
statesman. John MitTiniin, hail ex
pired on the steamship, l'aris. during
the tour of the Test Indies, uapinlv
proved, upon later development, to
Ix- premature. hen the 1 ms arrived
at Santiago de Cuba last eveninir Mr.
Sherman was reported still alive, and
if anything unprovii'j;.
Tiik Manila eorresjondent of the
New York Journal iiuotes Admiral
Dewey as sayini; yesterday: "I be
lieve that the Taalos insurrection is
already breaking up. (Jen. Whea-
ton's col ii iu n could take Malolos. the
insurgent capital, by a jood dash.
The main part of the insurrection
lies between Manila stud Malolos.
There is practically no opposition to
the Lnitcd Stales authority in the
southern islands. The natites tlu-re
hate the Tanlos and arc really anx
ious to welcome us. The Taa'.o is
half tlet il ami lialf child. Eradicate
the devil ami t'ou have otiiv the child
to irovem. Thotrenth of the enemy
has Ix-en greatly overestimated. The
insurgents arc lindin out that in
warfare, as in a reat many other
things, the power ol money is almost
irresistible. If the Spaniards put
down an insurrection here, surely we
can do the same. We are strong
enough to hold these islamls without
foreign alliance. With the Ori-jron
Iowa. Monterev and Monailnoek we
At Four Score.
Or. Miles Nervine Restores Health.
could face any possible complication."'
UNCLE EZEKIEL OBEAK. assessor and
t ix colloctcr. Iicvcrly. 3Ij.-i., who hu
pasted the 0tb I.fs tuile tone. says:
"Dr. Miles' E- tcraiive Nervine lias done &
Ereat deal of gcv . I sll f r yea rg from
rleeplrsncs ar.d ncrvou.i hrrt trouble.
Would ietl weary and n-od up in tbo tcorn
lns. Tad i. j amJ.it irn anU my wcrk seemed a
Tnurdt-n. A friend rrconimendtd Dr. Miles'
Nervine, ami I pun-Ua.-cd a bolt'e under
rrotct as I bad tried so many remedies un
successful! y. I tl.oulit it no ut. liut it
pave n:sr.-.-tful sleep, a. Cood i.cti: ud
restored mo to encrslic Lca.,li. It id a
crand rsvl medi.-ice. and 1 wtHsladly write
anyone irquirlt:, full part-cularsnf my sat-
Iiactor7 cipc nence.
Dr. Mlic-.' Imcuies
arc sold ty all cirus
flst3 under a positive
iruarautre, 6rt bottle
benefits cr money re
fuEiird. Book ma dis
eases of the heart and
nerves fn-e. Aii lrro..
EE. MILES MEDICAL CO , Ukbait. lnd-
One Bequest of the Admiral Denied.
A request from Admiral Dewey has
been denied. It is not often that
he asks any favors, and it is there
fore all the more strange that the high
esteem wherein he i b'Jd by the peo
ple ami oliicials eueiaily did not re
sult in an easy construction that
would have permitted his wishes to be
complied with. In a letter to the
secretary of the navy Admiral Dewey
relates the circumstances under which
t he Chinese aIoard his Uic t were en
listed. Me siys they came altoard
fully aware that a battle was to be
fought. He reports that their conduct
during the eni;aemeut with the Span
ish licet was admirable. Thev did
their duty, anil did it well, and while
eniisted principally as kitchen and
dining-room .servants, they willingly
and eiliciently performed all services
required. Diiriiijj the memorable bat
tle they were diligently pre pari a food
for the tighter- and had a lueal ready
when the I'.eet withdrew to examine
the magazine and afford the men a
Admiral Dewey says there were
alMiard all the ships about Chinamen
who like the stars and stripes so well
they would prefer to return with the
ships to Aim rica. He requests that
they le iven permission to take up
their resilience. The request was re-
ferret I to the treasury department and
a decision has lcen reached to the
effect that under the exclusion act and
treaty with China they will le barred.
Under the law at present Chinese
officials, students, merchants and
travelers are permitted to come here,
and some of the officials of the navy
department are angry that a broad
construction was not given the matter
so as to permit their entrance under
these exceptions instead of consider
ing these Chinamen simply as labor
ers. The fact that Admiral Dowey
felt that the proposition involved suf
ficient merit to receive his recommen
datiou and cordial support, and that
his interest in it caused him to make
the direct request, increases the feel
ing that is displayed over its rejection.
No: ice is hereby given, that on TucsJay. the
four' h day of A jiril. A. I. ivm it lu city of
Hod: liund. .ll .au election ill he held for
the foliou intf ottleers. to wit:
ci rv iikcii fcK-s.
One mayor for two years.
me city clerk for two years.
I ne city attorney for two years.
One city treasurer for two years.
One a denuan in the First ward for two
Une aiilcmiun In the Second ward for two
One alderxan in the Third ward for two
tine alderman ia the Fourth ward -for two
One alderman In the Fifth ward for two
One a'dermau ia the Sixth ward for two
One alderman in Lhe Seventh u ard for two
T.'WN I'I FIi i:b.
Two assistant suocrvisors for two years.
lne assessor for one year,
t ine collector lor one year.
Which election will olirn at "o'clock in the
momint; and continue open until f o clock iu
'.be afternoon or that day.
Places of registration and voting will he as
First Wurd-Ir8cinci 1. So 1":! Fourth ave
ii'ie. Fir-t Ward Precinct -. No. Sol Fifth street.
Second Ward - I'rceincl I. No. HH4 Third
Secjnd ard lrec:net 2. ".-ore Stodd s
Third Ward IVeeinct I. Xo. Mil Third ave
Third Ward -Precinct -'. No. till Seventh
av en e.
Fourth Ward - Precinct I. IVniicU's livery
sta'iie. Tliinl avenue, hetween Niuetetutb and
fiilie: h streets. '
Fourth Ward Precinct 2, brick huiUliiik rear
No T""-' Tweut icth street.
Fifth v a'd Pieeiiii". 1 . uose hoiis3 onTsyeu-
l if.u Ward -Prec-nct 1. Schmidt's grocery
on Ti"elitieth srrr--.
sixih Waiii - Precinct I. .s-.jo Fifth avenne.
sixth Wan! Prccincti Twenty-ninth trct
eh.ipel, fc'evcn:li avetne and Twenty-ninth
Seventh tVard lrecinct I. street ear rtaru.
fceveiith W";tT-t -l!-ceinet -l. tM No. seliooL
A. 1 Hi mm,. 'ii and Town fleik
ir.ick Islam'.. M.. March I". A. D. isf.i.
prrad. I.Ike XViMlire'.
You can't keep a good thing down.
News of it travels fast. When things
are the liest' they leeome "the best
selling." Abraham Hare, a leading
druggist of llelleville. Ohio, writes:
Klectric Hitters arc the best selling
bitters 1 have ever bundled in my 'Jo
tears experience. Ion know wliv.
Most diseases begin in disorders oi
stomach, liver, kidnevs. bowels, blood
and nerves. Klectric Hitters tones u
the stomach, regulates the liver, kid-
uevs and lmwcls. purities the blood
strengthens the nerves, hence cures
multitudes of maladies. It builds up
the entire system. 1 uts new life ami
vigor into anv weak, sickly, run
down man or woman. Onlyoo cents
Sold hvllartz A: ITIIemever. druggists
Uave You Had the Orlp?
If vou have, von prolwiblv need a
reliable medicine like roley s flonev
and Tar to heal vour lungs and stop
the racking cough incidental to this
disease. Foley's Ilonev and Tar
Cough Medicine is unquestionably the
best remedv for the throat and lungs.
rieasant to take and is guaranteed.
We have saved mauv doctor bills
since we lcgan using Chamlerl:t:n"s
Cough Itemed v in our home. We
keep a lmttle open all the time and
whenever any of my family or myself
begin to catch colli we begin to use
the Cough Remedy, and as a result
we never have to send away for a doc
tor and incur a large doctor bill, for
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy never
fails to cure. It is certainly a medi
cine great meiit and worth. D. S.
Mearkle. General Merchant and Farm
er, Mattie. Bedford county. Fa., For
sale bv all druggists.
Not one child dies where ten
formerly died from croup. People
have learned the value of One Minute
Cough Cure anil rise it for severe lung
and throat troubles. It immediately
stops coughing. It never fails. For
sale by T. IL Thomas, A. J. Reiss and
M. F. Uahu3vu. di uggijtj.
The best medicine 9
buy is 0
that money can
'coral Dines econ
omy ana streDgtn.
There is more concen
trated merit and medicinal
power in a bottle of Hood s Sarsapa
rilla than in half a Ao7.en bottles of
others. Each bottie of Hood's,
one hundred Closes
an ucan erable
ren g t h
to luit a week or
it and taken it
praise it. It cures
other remedies fail to
1 3 do any good what-
- will lut a m
f JAI Vever. In fact.it is
l'fy I not hat we say but
bat Hood's Sar-aparil!
"l&C3,thCtt:i:s the s-tory of its
merit. itsStii'"f""(i! ct testimoni
als are as rehable and fjw oruij
dence ) Has if they
t r u s t e d
Hood's is the standard
and possesses merit impossi
ble for others to reach. There are
many other reasons why Hood's Sarsa
pardla is America's Greatest Medicine,
the Best That Money Can Buy. F.ut if
you will only buy it and try it yourself
you will have reasons for l"a:tli in it
stronger than them all that of jwonnl
erprrfnee '.villi, and i-ersoiifil knowledge
of. it3 curative powers. Take it now.
Uet Hood's. It never aizaj'jAjtul.
vour confix .
.i.., Bit IB lor.
D--f Ear Wta . Y
causeVJ Jf I tnm-iy
, W 11 v. Xs
jor yjT aw
Dealers who to
else, general , g
a s XI I I aamitt
STIiVE F. Mlt.l I.K.
Sole Lessee and Manager.
Sunday Evening, March, 26.
DEL S. SMITH'S.
AMERICAN NAVAL DRAMA.
Coming Soon. Oon't Mis it.
Dewey the Hero
Iy .lolio A. f rzer.
The most Powerful Naval lrama
A S''PI;KU AMD PPI.KNDIl) SCFNIC PR -DFCTIt
Kvery sta'.'e setting in this pi.iy
IeciIly designed and jiatmed for
thepurpjse. io stock scenery useo.
SKVKX MAU.N'U-'H'KN'l' STAG K PK.'TI'lJFS.
Ku"'i carried, even to the smallest
ACT 1 Havana lluv. with Kl Mirro ( 'astlc.
Ti e Maine elite's I he lint l.or J -iin ary . !s -s.
A'l' 1 1. l-ortt a'ri i!eck o. ifce City or Wash
ington. Nibt of February IS. ls: Uest ruc
tion or the Xlaiiii.
At"!' ill si ene I. Tiie Atneii"an Consu
late. !i:r.;r::! beetle 0. The spauih t';:sino.
llav ari-i. S'M-ue . t"p iu the ;it'ht house to".v
er a i I-1 Mo. ;
A' T 1 V. v"eac 1. The torpsdo tiring room,
("av ite. .'.Iau:ia t'i . Seci.e I ruction ol
Motiiejo s fleet and i:iorious triuuiih of Amer
Irlces ie. fse and Joe. Sale of seals &t
Uleuer's jewelry store. -Ca-.s
on !l lines after the performance.
In beautiful array will
be shown at the
grand millinery open
MRS. D. LA FRENZ.
WATCH FOi; THE DAT II.
134 Third avenue. Bock Island
The only Cement that is not ejected
by heat or moisture.
Otto (irotjan. l.r01 Second Ave.
A J. Riess. 2--?J Fourth Ave.
J. M. Keim, 7th Ave. and M-Stli St
Olio Budert, oik Ave. and Elm St
Estate of Frederick Schneider, deceased.
Tbe UDderfcUrned bavin? been appointed
executrix of the last will and testament
of Frederick Sctneider, late of tbe
county of Rock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, berebv gives nouce that she will
appear tc.ore the county court of Rock
Inland countv, ;.t tbe coun'y court room, in
tbe city of lck Iland. at the Mav
term. on tbe first Mondav in ?.fay ovi'.,
at which time all persons having claims against
said estate are notiacd and requested to at
tend, for the purjxise of having the same iid-justed-
All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment
to the undersized. .
Dated tb:s Tth d.vv of Starch. A. D. leSW
Ki n.C.Mi! Insr.u. Kxccutrtx.
F-state uf Henry Fiedler, deceased.
Tbe undersigned having Deen appointed ex
ecutrix of the last will and te-tumen' of Henry
Fiedier. late of the county of Rock Island,
state of mino:. deeea'ed. hereby Kives notice
that she will appear before the county
court cf Rock lia:id county, at t:te county
court riKin. in the city of Kock Isl.md. at the
May term, on '.he lirst Rtoiiuay ia M;iv
next, at wtich time all persons hava.g
C!aincs ugainst M;l estate are Entitled and
requested to attend, for the punH)se of hav
lu't the same adated.
All persons indehted to saM est ate arc re
quested to make immediate payment 10 the
lated th.s 27! b day of February. A. D. is&y.
VaRoNICa Hick. Eseculrix.
Notice of Final Settlement.
F-state of Matthias Grant Mounts, deeca-ed.
Public notice is hereby tiiven that the urdcr
sipned. Fttardtti. Fickenscher. administra'or
oi the estate of said deceased, has this
dav-tiled his final rerrt and settl ment as
such in the county court of Kock Island
county, and that an order has been entered by
said cou t approvinn the said report. i.niess ob
jections tberet'i or cause to the contrary lie
shown on or before the 3d day of April,
A. I. 1si'J. and upon the rinal approval of said
report the said Kriardt G. Fickenscher w ill
ask for an order of distribution, uud will also
ask to he discharged. Ail pet sous interested
are notified to attend.
Hock Island. 111.. March 11. istt.
Estate of tieonre Vopl: r, deceased.
The undersitrned havini; been appointed ex
ecutrix of tbe last w iluud testamentof Georne
ot?ler. late of tbe county of iioek Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby civ es notice
thatshe wilh.op'-ar before the county court of
kock island eouniy. at the county court room
in tbe city of lloc'n Island, ut tbe June
term, on the first Monday in .lune nexv
at which time all persons having claims
aKuinst saiil estate arc notilicd and requested
to attend for the purpose of havini; the same
adjusted. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment to
Dated this -'0th day of March, A. D. 1K9.
.;nes Vo;i.i;k. Executrix
Special Taxation Notice.
Notice is hereby Kiven to all persons inter
ested, that the city council of the citvof ftoolt
I-ia-o hav ! orrU-rert that horty-rourth street
from the south line of Kaiiroad avenue to tiie
rorlh line of Fourteenth av enue be macada
mized and improved, and a sewer constructed
therein iu accordance with an ordinance and
a stipulation tor the said itrprov-mem. Said
ordinance :iu! st ipulati m for said improve
ment is on file in the office of tne city clerk of
said city, and said city bus applied to the
count V e 'iiri oi itoct island cuntv. Illinois
for an assessment and levy of the costs of said
improvement upn and from the 1 Us and parts
or lots no M: ens oi latin contiguous m :
line or sa.'i impto; emei't in said ordinance r-
ered to ! cm struc eii. in proporii-v.t to the
f-ona:e o; Mirli lots, jiurtsor lots, .mi tr-.fts
of latid upon t he improvement so ordered to
ie const rueied as aforesaid ami an assessment
thereof bavins been made and re-urned to
said eon i. the final bcanm; theieou will he
hail at the April term o said court comment
iou on the :td li-ivof April, a. I is.i
Adpci-sous desirinir may then and there up
Dear and make t tier u-tense.
Hated .11 I ,'.:; isiaud. 11 iuois. this -.'.!) day of
Xiarch. A. 1. Ks:-;.. Fuvv in Wo i.
11. A. Wi:i.i.
'i H. Hi:iiv.
f said county.
Whits Seal saloon
1815 Second Arcane.
Stite of I'linois.
Kok Island count
In the i-ircui; court
Xlay term. A. V. !sy...
t'arlj. Mueilrr vs. William Ft.'ri;uson. Simon
I'exter. Jessie A. l-.ter. l.uey A. Matlock
Marine. Dutlon. Came t'usux in's. Gor;rt
Affidavit of non-residence of Maria ('. i'ut
ton. I'ariii" 'iini!nins--s and ticor-e Matlock.
Oefendaiits iu 'lie aoveeniitie I eatise. h-aviuu
been liiel in tneeierk solllee iatlie circuit tourt
of said county, tot ice is herelvv iriven to the
s-.cd non-rcstuent defendants that the com
plainant tiled his lull of complaint in s i 1
court, on the chancery side thereof, on ihe
I Mil day of Mi'.' eh. A. 1. I !'.. and that thereupon
a summons was issued out of said eoui-r
wherein said suit is now pe.K'.Urr. returnable
t the first Monday in the mou'.h of M
r.evt as is bv law required.
Now uriess you. the said non-resident de
fendants above nemed, shad perso:. ally-
be and appear before si'.id circuit court
on the his', day of the next term thereof, to
be hi iden ut hock Island in and for th
saUl county on the lirsi Monuav in May
next and plead. answer or demur to
the said complainant s bill of coirplaint, the
same and the matters and th.in.', tnerein
eliart'ed -and stated will be taken as confessed
and the decree entered against you according
10 tne prayer 01 saia d:u.
Gbokok V. Ga MBr.pi. Clerk.
Rock Island, lilino's ".'areii is. imm.
M' l-'NIKY .v: Mi FlKIKV.
t'omilainant s SolicitorN.
(Quickest time made by any
line. Bed need Bates to
l'acilic t'oast Points.
Home Seekers and other
Excursions cheap as cheap
est. For particulars enijuire
M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
h. d: MACK. D. P. A,
Mca's Nerverine Pills
- T TSfc Tt. &
fSJHier- ywuna "v. grcii
K!A remedy for
j7 r?tj&F nervous pros-
.222a,:? all nervous
i5- "CK:ijr: diseases I ths
rJ2trT--' eenerative or-
bttoiiii ai AHi.;t t'cv. pans cf either
sex, such as Nervous Prostration, Failing or
lost Manhood. Imootencv. Nihtlv Emi
skms. Youthful Errors, Mental worry, ex
cessive use cf Tobacco or Opium, nicli
kad to Consumption and Insanity. $1.00
per box by maili 6 boxes for $5.00.
NOTTS CHEMICAL CO Prop's, Clerelaod, Ohio.
''orlalebvT s ItahnsTi. !' if sc-C corner
I out Lb. attauu aod I tttuutui iUctt
TBE TBAVELE33' GUIDE.
'H1L'A0, KtKJK I0LAND FACinC BATJL
way -Tlck.ta an s pareha.od or bafgar
eeked at BlsP TwenUeth street depcuo
C H I A P 5e;t, corner Fifth avecneacdTtirty
St .trket. F-iB H Plcmmer. Arvrtt.
Dasver Limited ft Omaba...
Ft Worth. Uner& K C...
Omai.a and Pts Moines
tOmaha A Kinnt.p'iliM
Oraahn & Dc? Moias Sx ....
Ienver Lincoln A Omnia...
Di s V'.-ii-. s Kxpr.
td'Ck Isiand .t-. bnrean Ac...
St Paul A Mnreatmlrt
Denver, -t Worth K C
fia.-a f-ity m J -sepb.
tRocfc Iind Jt We!:i..Ktor.
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S ji y e. 1 r stt -ri v. a'.I ethers ditlj-.. Tele
BViIJS.TUK K'.jLTS- V B O ttAlL
wsy I" put K'n avuEB. n. r-vlMnil
Tft. V J .iLr. Ae-ft
3V L., SprlngQelV. Peoria.
Bur yui". vt Modiiouu
CWcapo, arlicj, i l3otoc
Poor a, Erfdnowti. Bcr-
St. rani A M;n-capo!U ....
Sterling. C'intoc A U.ihr.nn-
St. L. , ttitt.a.' Ci v. Denver
L.va j .Hnrv.
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t 7:40 am t 8 43 pn
2 ir nrn'tlt :B8 aa
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7.b0 pin t BI'O am
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A Pac. Coa t via GaWb'ry 7:10 pin 6 55 am
'Daily, t Daily eicr pt Sncday.
CHICAGO MILWAUKEE 8T PAUL Rail
wr Kaclno St Southwestern IMvl.loS
ixspot Twentieth street, berwean rlratand Seconr
avenue. L H Grww, Asnt.
TRAINS Jt!? Abrtv
Mall an i Express 7:30 am 9:18 am
t Paul .Express 4:00 pm ll:S0u
rreight and A coommodat Ion 8:00 a in v. SO an
Daily except bonday.
RUCK I-LA.ND A PEOR'A RAILWAY
Ixk t First Avenne and Twentieth streat
3 8toekhone. Oen'l Tkt Agent.
TRAIN 8. LliTl Abktvs
Springfield, Cincinnati, Peo
ria, etc 10:il pn
Peoria, Springfield, St LonU
etc "I-.P5am 8:40
Accomodation Faxt Freiitht. 10:10 am
Peoria. Hpringlleld. Cincin
nati, etc l:5jm 11:15 an.
Paotia ArcoTi Freight...... 7:10 pm I :'J5 n
Cable and Sherrard Accom. :0G arc 6-SO pn
Cable AccomodaUoD t :40 am 'J:W1 pn
Uab'eand fihwrrard Aecom. 8:J0 jw 7:56 ail
Par?aeneer train, leave C It I P (Mo)im
avenue) depot tlva (5) minat. sarlier than tim
siven. 1 raine irjaraea ' aauy. an otner iraim
daily axcept atnday.
CHAS. E. HODGSON .
Fire Insurance Agency,
Traders Ins. Co., - - Chicago, HI
Union Ins. Co. ' - Philadelphia, Pa,
Kockford Ins. Co. - - Kockford, 111
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
State Ins. Co. - - - Kockford, 111,
Office, Room 3. Buford block Rates
as low as consistent with security.
J. AL Buford,
The old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Rates as low as any
caa aCord. Your
r-a'-ronae is souc
FIRE, LIGHTNING . . .
Protect your homes
by Insurincr in Re
canonor.ddr.s n r. ChatTiberUn.
Telephone loso. Aeent.
Mitchell & Lynde Block.
Represents the foUowtug well
knowa Klre and Aockieut Insur
Rochester German Ins Co.
German ' .
HutTalo Geraan " .
German Fire " .
New Hampshire " .
MilwHukee Mechanics " .
ildehiy and Caua!ty " .
....Rochester. N Y
...... ..Freeport. Ill
ffurraio, M v
..Manchester, X H
.... Milwaukee. Wis
Offics comer Elghtsenth street and
Second av&cae, second flooe.
John Volk & Co.,
Builders : : :
ALSO J1ANL1 ACTLKLiW OK
Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings;
Veneered and Hard Wood toor
ing oi All Kinds.
Single and Double Strength Window
Glass. Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
""u Rock Island,
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im II 1 m IB 79 2.9 A m 29 -1
IWe Have Through Economical MethodsS
f and successful efforts beeu ablo to go forward never allowing
& ouiselves to lag; neither in cjuality nor price. The result it that
5? each succeeding dav has placed us in a lctter shape to sell the
1est rjoods at the lowest price possible. Tho liberal patronage Jf
fii we are receiving tells the story why wc can sell. )J
No. 1 shore maei-ercl, per
ApiIe butter ami jelly, o
Buttermilk soap. S bars in
box r c
llouev drip svrup, er gal
lon" . SOt-
Sorghum, per gallon 35c
Splendid baking powder,
per pouiul 20e.
Siicctl pineapple, per can. . . 10c
(rated pinc:ipp!i :-piund
2 cans of yellow tabic
2 pounds of auchovis 15
1 sack Pillsbnry flour 1.10'
Finest French soaps, o bars
in bo 23t
18 lbs granulated sugar. . .$1.00
1 sack l'riilc uf Owatouiia
Hour 1.1. "i
1 sack White Star llonr. .. . 1 10
4J lbsSantos!Ya!eiTy colt.-e 1.00
(iootl rice and raisins, per lb ;i
Secdetl raisins, pt-r package 10c
Voa-it foam, pt-r package.. ,"
Bising Sun siove polish. . . lio
KnamiiiiH stove piliii .... 7c
Box. large size, bc-a shoo
Peas ier can, .r. 7 and .... 10c
Golden RiocoiTce, per lb. . . 15c
K NELSON & LUNDQUIST,
W CASH (ilSOf'EKS, 329 Twentieth St. U'hone H?0.
IF YOU WOULD
Drink at the Fountain of Health
Our Electric Machine for
the treatment of Nervous
and X-Kay woik.
and be made well
The most successful
and the most scicutitic
DK. J. H WALSH,
Late of Chieiit'o. former
ly Murfccoii-in-t'hierol St.
Anthony's host io'l.
His reputation for years ia Davenport, where he has cured bundredsof chronic cases triven us
as hopeless by others, proves conclusively that his scienliiiu methods of treatment cure when
CONSULTATION FREE PROMPT AND PERMANENT CURES.
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, Blood,
Kidney, IJver and Skin Diseases can be quickly and permanently cured by our advanoe
system of medicine.
WOMEN suffering from Diseases of the Womb, Ovaries, Bladder, Kidneys.
Nervous Exhaustion. Palpitation of the Heart. Dyspepsia, or any rt'sease peculiar to sex
r-houll call on the trreat Soeeialist and get an opinion on their caie free of charge.
ELECTRICITY Scientifically applied; Nervous Debility, Piles, Exhaustiv
Drains. Nijrht Losses. Defective Memory, Threatened Insanty. Loss of Will l'ower, Ment
Delusions. Sleeplessness Itst Mac hood. Weakness of Men. etc.
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
months with others when we guarantee you a permanent cure in seven days by our painless
methods. Hydr cele cured In three days no pain.
Remember it Pays to Consult the Best First.
OUR CREDENTIALS AND TESTIMONIALS ARE THE BEST. The nuiii
erous acknowledgments we have received from the newspapers for our remarkable cures
in both medical and suririCiU cases is proof conclusive hat our advanced methods curt;
where all others fail. Therefore. do not waste time with others, but consult us at once and
retrain your lost bealtb. There is a staro In every disease that can be cured. Have
you passed tbat stage? If not. do not experiment anvl onircr. but consult us ut oucc. Fur
thermore, we offer tl. 000 to any one proving our credentials false. We make It tin object
to Investigate ours. No other specialist otTers nueb a fair proposition. ONLY CURAIIUC
CASKS TaKKN. Lest of reterence and credentials If you cannot call, write, lluu
dreds cured by mail. Hours it to li; 2 to b; 7 to H. Sundays, 11:30 to 1:3a
OFFtCE 124 WEST THIRD STREET, MTULLOUGII BUILDING, DAVENPORT, Ia
We are now busy getting' in our spring
stock. There are many snap bargains in
our stock upou which prices have been
placed that will merit your attention. The
receipt of new goods make the old ones
move and we have put prices on them that
will make them go lively.
SSHOF SNAPS IN EVERY DEPARTME.
4r Come quickly and you will do your
pocket book a favor.
I WRIGHT & BARBER
We Are Busy
All the Tim?
Now is the time to have your
Malls freshened with bright,
clean paper, so that it will
be a pleasure to receive your
friends this fall w lieu "they
come to see you. Scarcely
any annoyance and so quick! j
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO..
310, 312. 314 TWENTIETH 8T
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Rook Island. HI.
Incorporated Under the
Four Per Cent Paid on
U05ET LOAJTED 05 PEE30NAL COLLATES A.L 02 SEAL E3TATE SE0TJEITI
J. M. Buford. president,
John Crubauph, Vice President.
P. Greenawait, Cashier.
Began business July 2, 180, and occupy tb
K. K. comer ! Mitchell & Ljnd . S
H. B. Cable, Wm. WUrcerton
John Crubaugh, FLU Mitchell,
H. P. Hull. U filmon,
K. W. Hurat, J M. lluford
SclICi'.UfS JiitMU & Ilunt. .