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THIS AH GUTS, THUBSDA1 , APK1X 6,: 18S9.
TATKO- A SECOND GIRL,
v ately at loll Second avenue.
ANTED A$ KXPFRfENCKD " COOrT-.
Mro. T. A. Murphy. f7 tlm ttreet.
WANTEO-BOARDBWS. CHOICE ROOMS
and board at t&96 Fourth avenue.
GIRL. FOR GENERAL.
Call at 701 Fourth avenue.
"1 IT A NT ED GOOD HARD WORKING WOM
vV an for kitchen work and washing. Ap
ply at Uock Island Club.
WANTED A GIRL. FOR GENERAL
bouwvork. tlood references required.
Apply to M Seventeenth street.
3 1 SITUATION IS UNCHANGED.
WANTED-PTTPILS WISHING TO TAKE
f V private lemons In dancing eau do ao by
: at 2710 Fifth avenue. Jones.
Tr ANTED POSITION AS FIRST-CLASS
v v horse-Moer or peneral hlackMnithing.
Address ham Ambrose. W6 Kimt avenue.
WANTED A YOUNG BUSINESS MAN I Th pleasant mctj,n,l and boneficial
dehire a furnished room in private f am- J nf P a.nl n1 oenenciai
Uj. Adcire C..-' care of Aw.M I effect of the well known remedj,
Ktrcp or Fios, manufactured by the
"WANTED FOCR GOOD CARPENTERS CALIFORNIA FlO StBCP Co.. illustrate
TT at onee: Mead r employment. Apply to the value of obtaining the liquid laxa
aeorge Bica. 123 Thirty-eighth street. I tive principles of plants known to be
I i : ..: j i i - -i . i
iucuiuiuhj uuuTe ana presenuntr
them in trie form most refreshing' to the
taste and acceptable to the system. It
is the one perfect strengthening laxa
tive, cleansing the system effectually,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
gently yet promptly and enabling one
- overcome habitual constipation per
manently. Its perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality and snb
stance. and its acting on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, without weakening
or irritating them, make it the ideal
In the process of manufacturing figs
are used, as they are pleasant to the
taste, bnt the medicinal qualities of the
remedy are obtained from senna and
other aromatic plants, by a method
known to the California Fig Svcit
Co. only. In order to gt-t its beneficial
effects and to avoid imitations, please
remember the fall name of the Company
printed on the front of every package.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
AN FRANCISCO, CAL. '
LOUISVTLLE. KT. NEW YORE, H. Y.
For sale by all Druggists. Price 50c. per bottle
Hr AN TED POSITION
v v class bonteshoer: 20
BY A FIR'T-
Adilrcw Sun Ambrow. IS Twentieth street.
W NTED TWO YOUNG LADY CAN
v assent. Amlv at noon, or after p.
m H. A. Anderson. Commercial hotel. Call at
tXTANTKD-PLACE IN STORK Oft ANY
v v kind of liebt work, hv ccKjd boy of I
who b wiillnt; to work,
Apply or address K07
"l7"ANTEI COTTACEOFI.WROR FIVE
v v rooms to rent lv reutleman and wire
no children. Addrew John bears.
Due. Went Cedar Rapid. Iowa.
ft.'! C ave-
ANTED 2O0 HORSES TO CLIP IIY
holna shop, coiner Third and ock Island
Streets. Ueorge Shade. Davenport, Iowa.
"IITANTEI MEN TO I. EARN I1AEHKK
v v trade. Ritrbt weeks cotnplsles. Tools
Tresenied. Positions irnarauleed. Write to-
l.iv for catalogue. Woler (arlcr collie
TTA N T ED GOOD SOLICITORS IN ROCK
-T Island to tase ordera for the celebrated
linger sewing machine. A No. I contract
riven to ritrht parlies. Call on or adilrem the
(Stutter Manufacturing company, 417 Harrison
street. Davenport. Iowa.
"lirANTED PTTPILS IN FREEHAND AND
v v mechanical flrawlnir. Pen and iok.
china palntlnir and new method of water col
ors. Children's elasn Saturdav afternoons.
with first lemon and material free. Class in
the events. IxsMons AO eent. Miss 11 alt.
studio 6ua Eighteenth street.
XjlOR RENT DOUBLE STORK BUILDING
-17 st M-I&i7 Second avcuue. Inquire of
fOR RENT -LARGE FURNISHED FRONT
JL room: steam beat, teas slU bath, fco'l'iire
at i.vsrmn avenue.
"lOK RENT-SEVEN ROOM HOCSK I Ac!
-I Tblnl avenue, one block from court house
Inquire at IS Third avenue.
I .TOR RENT A I.ARtiE FRONT ICOOM
wli b board, central location, suitable for
two viiunir men or man and wife. Address
I- it,. " AK.l'9 oltlee.
IKR RENT NEW LODGE
A.' " was formerly the
Standard club rooms.
Hss been fitted up with new and complete
lodire rMm furniture and fixtures, and is
open and ready for Inspection. Cheap rent;
team beat. Apply of Krell A Main.
-L7KR SALE -A LOT LOCATED IN THE
X1 best block on Ihird avenue. Aptly of
Machinists Soliciting; Support of Senators
The arsenal machinists' strike sit
uation is in a state of stato ouo. The
men held a protracted nieetio? last
n!c;ht with Master Machinist O'Con
nell. at the conclusion of which the
latter left for Chicago to confer with
Senator William Mason, and Later to
go to Springfield to see Senator Cul-
lom, to solicit tneir lnnuence in
bringing about a favorable solution of
the arsenal difficulty.
Telegrams were sent to the Iowa
senators and to congressmen in
adjacent districts. As a result
Congressman G. W. Prince arrived
from Galesburg today.
Maj. Bloat said mx of the striking
machinists returned to work at Rock
Island arsenal this morning. Each
was seen individually by the com
mandant, the situation gone over,
and upon their agreeing to abide by
and observe the laws, regulations,
rules and orders established and pre
scribed for the management and in
ternal government of the arsenal,
they were reemployed.
lie low is given in full the comma
nication of the machinists to Com
mandant Blunt, and the latter's re
ply: Major S. E. Blunt, Commandant of
Rock Island Arsenal Sir: We, the
machinists of Rock Island arsenal, be
lieving that our rights as citizens and
How to be
TTIOR SALE TWO GOOD BUILDING LOTS
J? 80xlM feet, near U..B.U P. depot, a
-f7OR SALE THE RIFLE RANGE AT
X" Watch Tower. Call on Frank Klugc. 510
fifteen b street. Moliuc.
"TTKJR SALE-BED ROOM SUITE. DINING
.1 table nd dinlnc chairs, almost new. Ad'
dress C.."' care ol A Kors.
XTH3R SALE TWO SICE HOMES ON THIRD
JL' avenue, one WUO0. the other fl.100; paving
paid lor. inquire at iiiu i ntra avenue.
TjlOR SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM.
JL' All kinds of fruit: Rood bulldlnn; near
town. A bargain for some one if taken
Gordon A Bowman.
TjVJR SALE AT A
farm near town. Ijo of fmilt. To be
sold cheap to settle an estate. Hdre la a bar-
rain cheap for cash. No trade. Gorton m
TJX3R SALE OOAL IN ANT QTJANTTTT
I? of to bushels or over at K M per too, de
livered O. O. D. to any part of the elty. Leave
orders at Commercial nnusa barber shop, Rocs
Island, or Knoa J amea, m uan.
SALE CHEAP IXrTS IN M"MAS-
ter's addition, old baseball trrounds. These
lots will be sold from Iko upward: small
amount down, balance on Ions time at 6 per
cent. Reldy Bros., room i, Mitchell A Lynde
lfKR SALE-IjOT SOUTHEAST CORNER
Ninth avenuo and Twenty-ibml street
so ot southeast m.ruer Ninth avenue and
T went y-fccconu street; terms to suit buyer.
AdilreKs T. J. Halpm, o Main street. Sst.
TTIOR BALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
X1 with about 80 different slides, suitable for
filing legal blanks or any description of papers
in cat rorm to ne aopt in scape ror writing.
A comprehensive tndes eonneoted. Just lbs
thing for any offlee with contracts, etc, to
nia. Aaaress u. n. v.. care oi ni aboca
T OST AN OPEN-FACED LADIES' GOLD
- A wateb in the vicinity of Twenty-tbird St.
about t wo weeks aco. Kinder return to At
cusonice and receive reward.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
gaee loans by W. II. Eastman. 1713 Sec
ond avenue, without publicity or removal. He
also makes collections hard ones a specialty.
IIELP WANTED LA DICS TO
-s a. nanaaes at home for large
10 weeklv. Enclose addrcimed
stamped envelope for reply. Marshall A Co..
Krooklyn, N. Y.
rpBE METZ FOOT RELIEF CURE GUAR
A anted for pcrsptrtne. asirnlni;. aching
and swol en feet, sent on receipt of 2S cents.
Sample IO cents. Men Manufacturing com
pany. I'W Fulton street. New York City.
MRS. M. McGEE. INDEPENDENT SLATE
writer, clairvoyant and buxiaem me
dium. AU matters of marriage, divorce,
separations, family troubles, law. hick, etc;
mi.-ing persons or papenc lost or stolen arti
cles. The only slate writing medium m eat of
Chicago. Ill 11 lee nth street.
"WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
f monds, watches. Jewelry, hardwire.
paid for second band goods of all kinds aiao.
The above goods for aale at half the usual
store prices. A 11 business transactions strictly
eonndentlal. Bia new number aad location,
IU Second avenue. Doe's forget It. J. W.
Jones. Two ringx on 1347.
Fix up a nice home, select the
girl of your choice, set a nice
table and always be pleasant
and courteous anil buy your
from KRELL & MATH. This
receipt is guaranteed in every
instance or money refunded.
A desert lit for a queen can
Ik? enjoyed from our delicious
bakerv goods. Our
Pies, Loaf Cakes,
Fancy Cakes, Macaroons,
Pure snd Healthful Bread,
Rolls and Cream Pies
arc relished by the most
jaded palate. We cater to
the most fastidious that ap
preciate tine Bakery Goods
and Bread Stuffs.
KRELL 5 MATH,
I'honc 1156. 1716 1718 Second Ave.
Make vour pari v or dinner a success by
having HKICK ICK CKKAM for
desert. We deliver it.
Many things there be
that a man doesn't
"care a continental
about." But it is not
so with this cigar. It
must be ood, and to
get it good he must
buy it at a store where
they knowgood cigars
and keep them.
There are two places
can always be found.
In the dictionary and
The Palace Cigar Store, Bengs
employes of the United States are be
ing trampled upon by you and yoor
subordinates; that common laborers
are placed at machines at reduced
wnzes, and competent machinists are
commanded to instruct them; that be
cause we have organized for our mu
tual help and advancement, we have
incurred your ill will; that through
influence incompetent men are paid
$2.50 per day, while some competent
nqion machinists receive but f2.25;
tbat anion machinists who have long
been in tin employ, and whose
ability is beyond question, have
been reduced in wages for trivial mis
takes, while grievous mistakes of non
union men have passed unnoticed;
tbat the present time card system,
requiring the men to stipulate the
amount of work performed per day,
thus establishing a piece work sys
tem, is odious; tbat bribes, in the
guise of advance in wages, were
offered to men should they establish a
record for fast work; that men are
compelled to work overtime, and on
Sunday, receiving only straight time;
tbat petitions for redress of griev
ances have been ignored; that when
signers of the aforesaid petitions
asked for an advance in wages, you
said you would not raise the wages of
any man who signed those petitions,
thus establishing a black list and de
nying us our constitutional right to
petition for a redress of grievances,
lielng unable longer to endure such
grievances, we do hereby oiler the fol
Resolved 1, That no man who has
not served at least four years at the
trade, and who is not a competent
machinist, shall be allowed to operate
a machine or work a vise.
Resolved 2, That no discrimination
be made against oganized labor.
Resolved 3, That the minimum
wages for machinists shall be $2.50
Resolved 4, That those receiving
$2.50 per day at the present time, and
those receiving $2,25 per. day, and
who have complied with all rules and
regulations of the civil service, be
raised to $2.75 and $2.60 respect
Resolved 5, That the above resolu
tion, No. 4, be applied also to those
employed beforo such rules were in
Resolved 6, That the men shall not
be required to state on time card the
amount of work done per day.
Resolved 7, That shop rule No. 15
be in parts annulled and the remain
ing rules be modified.
Resolved 8, That all committees
wailing on you for a redress of griev
ances be given respectful audience.
We respectfully submit the above
resolutions, pledging ourselves on our
sacred honor to the performance of
our duty as citizens and machinists.
J. G. M'HT. T. A. GlUioRH.
MATTBEW GmBMAX, llORU I C.ITUS, .
GeoaiiB CniLToN, W. E Lyman,
W. R. Watbiis. E. C. Hikhv,
L. A. SWAKTZ.
Rock Island Arsenal, April 3, 1899.
I'ost orders No. 30: 1. x The re
ceipt by the commanding officer of
communications from some of the
employees under theform of petitions,
but actually presenting demands, for
his compliance, makes it evident that
the relation liorne by employes at a
military establishment to their em
ployer, the general government, and
to the government's agent, the com
manding officer, are not fully under
stood by all concerned.
2. The legislative branch of the
government has enacted laws and the
secretary of war has prescribed regu
lations for their execution, which
direct that the com mandin? officer of
an arsenal (under the orders of the
chief of ordnance) shall make and
always receive careful consideration
from the commanding officer.
But until the laws which gdrern the
commanding officer in all his actions
prescribe tbat he shall share with the
employes the executive authority
now reposed alone in him and his
military superiors, he must continue
to exercise that authority under such
instructions as he may receive from
these superiors, but without dicta
tion from employes or from commit
tees representing them.
3. It is the privilege of each em
ploye to accept or decline the work
and compensation offered him; but,
under the laws and regulations now
governing the prosecution of work at
government arsenals, it is not his
right to dictate what foremen or work
men shall be employed, what work
they shall do, or what compensation
they shall receive, what regulations
shall govern concerning records of
work accomplished, or what shop
rules for its orderly and efficient pros
ecution shall be issued.
All tbese are matters pertaining un
der the law to the officers placed in
charge of affairs at this arsenal; they
have been considered and directions
for the government of employes an
nounced by the commanding officer in
official orders, shop regulations or
instructions to assistant officers and
foremen, and these directions, in no
ways unusual, but similar to those in
force at other arsenals, must in the
future, as in years past, be observed
by all workmen employed at this ar
senal. By order of
T. L. Ames, Lieut. Ord. Dept., U. S.
A., Aet. Adjt.
Maj. Blunt, commenting on the
synopsis of the men's statement pub
lished yesterday, said this morning
that he had never refused to re
ceive a deputation of arsenal work
men or to transmit any statement of
grievances they desired to make to
the proper authorities. But having
been obeying the orders of his super
ior officers for over 30 years, he feels
compelled to continue doing so.
Therefore he cannot raise wages at
the arsenal because that power is not
vested in him; and he cannot discuss
with the employes there the rules
that shall govern their work, for the
government has been fixing those
rules for years, and to give the em
ployes a voice in making them would
be simply the overturning of all pre
cedent aud the inauguration of an
order that does not exist at any other
arsenal, and at very few private work
shops, and tbat would leave the re
sponsible commandant subject to
court martial. Maj. Blunt is also un
able to understand why he is accused
of refusing to pay extra for overtime
and Sunday work, when the bill pro
vining for such extra pay for over
time during the war rush was
turned down bv congress. Very little
Sunday work is being done ' now, and
any attempt by the post commandant
here to draw more than regu'ar pay
for the overtime would simply mean
that his drafts would not be honored.
The press committee' today gave
out the appended statement for publi
cation: "No one regrets the trouble be
tween the commandant and the ma
chinists at the arsenal more than do
tuachinists.themselves. Should Maj.
Blunt have received our committee
Tuesday, which he absolutely refused
to do, there would have been no walk
out. If the government has the right
to appoint a committee of military
officers to investigate and adjust its
grievances with civilians, as was done
in the embalmed beef question, surely
justice demands tbat civilians have
the right to appoint 'a committee of
civilians to investigate and adjust
their grievances with military officers.
Our grievances are not of a spon
taneous but of a slow growth, dating
from the'l rouble of a year ago, when
Capt. Blunt attempted to reduce the
scale of wages. The attempt proved
futile owing to the bold stand of the
men and the aid of officials at Wash
ington. Though defeated at that
time, Maj. Blunt has ever since used
those tactics which have ultimately
brought about the end which he then
had in view. Machinists receiving
$2.50 per day have been removed from
machines and common laborers who
make no pretense of being machinists
put on the machines at $1.50 per day.
These laborers are thereby forced to
attempt to do machinists' work, and,
being incompetent, their work neces
sarily is inferior. This move i.-t not only
disastrous to us as individual ma
chinists, and to the good name of
Rock Island arsenal, but to the gov
ernment of the United States as a
whole. Inferior work must bring
about defective arms. The exercise
of economy in national affairs is good.
But is the differeuce in the wages paid
to the skilled mechanic aud the la
borer sufficient compensation for
running the risk of giving into our
brave soldiers1 hands inferior weapons
with which to meet the enemy on the
field of battle?
Edward C. Berry."
MORE ELECTION RESULTS
Outlying Bock Island Connty Township
Drurv Supervisor, John H. Foster
d, 87; Ferdinand C. Mewes. r, 123
clerk, F.Warner Foster, d, 77;FrankF,
Gillett, r, 133; assessor. Jesse Hayes
d, 85; Paul Ohaver, r, 124; collector
James Haves, Jr., d, 74; August
Kranz, r, 185: commissioner of high
wavs. Byron Drury, d. 102: Frank W.
LeQuatte, r, 106; justice of the peace
(two vears), Albert Keller, d, 84
Coleman Bravton, r, 125; school trus
tee, Austin Reynolds, d, 78; William
U. Teppers, r, 132; poundmaster,
John Bowser, d, 77; Charles I. bpick
ler. r, 133. The .proposition, "Shall
$500 be borrowed to build an iron
bridge of the length of 100 feet across
Copper creek at George W. Work
man's," was defeated. 122 to 33.
Edgington Supervisor, Samuel
Baker, d. 117; F. A. Wood, r, 169
clerk. R. L. Mallette. d, 116; T. Ash
r, 167; assessor, P. Fuhr, d, 117; W
II. Sehriver, r, 187; collector, D. L.
Findley, d, 149; William Jennings, r,
134; highway commissioner, John
Spickler. d, 136; W. II. Miller, r, 151
justice of the peace, James Harness,
d, 106; M. Schoonmaker, r. 180; con
stable. C. G. Waldman, d, 122; W. H
Wenks. r, 158: school trustee, J. M.
Gaunt, d, 115: I). Montgomery, r.
A Thousand Toag;aes
Could not express the rapture of
Annie E. Springer, of 1125 Howard
street, Philadelphia, Pa., when she
tound that Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption had completely cured
her of a hacking cough that for many
years bad made life a burden. All
other remedies and doctors could give
her no help, but she says of this royal
cure: "It soon removed the pain in
m v chest and I can now sleep soundly
something I can scarcely mniember
doing before. I feel like sounding its
praises throughout the universe." So
will every one who tries Dr. King's
New Discovery for any trouble of the
throat, chest or lungs. Price 50 cents
and $1. Trial bottles free at Hartz &
Ullemeyer's drug store; every bottle
The regular monthly meeting of the
Rock Island library board was held
Tuesday night. The librarian's report
was as follows for the niDnth of
Philosophy and religion M
Social aoience 41
Science aud useful arts 110
Fine arts 30
General literature... 3'l
Poetry '. 120
Juvenile literature l,fi.V)
The amount of lines collected was
$9.65. Bills were allowed as follows:
Hayes. Cook & Co
K. M. Hanker :.
nock Island Ice company
People's Power company
Pg No argument
j Grape -Nuts
PI are served for
A Toothsome Novelty.
The food expert who invented Grape-
Nuts, the pre-uigesteu iooa, struck a
public fancy. This novelty has bad a
Burprisipgly rapid sale. Many people
do not eat grains for breakfast because
they are too often poorly prepared,
but Grape-Nuts, ljeing thoroughly
cooked and ready for the table and
with a crisp, charming flavor, appeals
to the good judgment and tasto of all
Leading grocers sell Grape-Nuts.
Made by lostutu Cereal company,
limited, liatue Creek. Alien.
IA4lVJ "J.tiAx'&J 'IU ILI'yj ' 'ii ' TS HtJ mi Ji yJ'L3"BjrtOJ " fall L41 U.ik; v
Cheap Cash Store.
. . . .GROCERIES. . . .
Strictly fresh eggs, per dozen, only. 12C
Plenty of good dairy butter, per pound .5and 7Jc
Lion or McLaughlin package coffee only . . . .
Nice choice Japan tea sif tings, per pound. . .
Fancy rolled oat meal, 10 pounds for
The best quality of salt herrings, per dzen .
VT Brick codfish, 8c per pound, 2 pound
Nice dried Scotch peas. 2 quarts for
Canned tomatoes, the best, 2 cans for ,
. . . .OTHER GOODS.
A lot of choice calico prints, per yard, only.
A lot of nice towels, each only 5c and ,
A lot of ladies and gentlemen's umbrellas. . .
Household goods and tinware sold cheap.
-1513 and 1515 Second Avenue
Just a Minute
Lapitz The Tailor of Davenport, will here briefly
state the reasons why the Rock Island boys'
should look him up. All of his garments are
made by the best tailors obtainable. His assort
ment is the largest and most complete. He cm
fit any man of any size or shape. His styles are
the most striking, quality the best, prices the
lowest. Years of experience has demonstrated
his ability. The best proof is his steadly increas
ing trade. Drop it and look over our immence
line of suitings, you will' never regret it. No
trouble to show goods.
LAPjTZ, the tailor.
321 Brady Street, Davenport.
John flitiollaiid, 6 Per Cent
Dr. J. II. McLean's strengthening
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Rock Island Sav
ings bank for the election of nine di
rectors' for one year, will be held at
the office of said bank, in Rock Island,
Monday. April 10. 1899. Polls will
be open at 10 o'clock a. m., and closed
at 12 noon of said day.
P. Gkeewawalt, Cashier.
Rock Island, April 1. 1899.
Notice is hereby given that the car
penter firm of Tonn & Hammerquist.
composed of C. xl. Tonn and Gus
Hammerquist, has been dissolved, aud
tnai the undersigned will not be re
sponsible for any debts contracted
by Mr. Hammerquist. The under
signed tvill continue the business atl
41)6 Fifth street, and solicits a con-l
tinuance of the public patronage.
C. H. Tonn,
Rock Island, April 3, 1899.
Careful investors are invited to examine the merits of our new form of
bonds. They run five years and bear 6 per cent interest. The bonds hava
20 coupons, 10 to pay interest, and 10 to pay principal. The interest and 10
per cent of the principal are payable semi-annually. You receive 10 per cent
of the principal every six months, but continue to draw 6 per cent interest
on the ORIGINAL SUM tor tho full term of the bond, thus enabling the
investor to get an increased rate of interest on the investment. The bonds
are. as absolutely secure as it is possible to make a security. Highest
eXerences from investors given. For fall particulars address
ADLERT WELDON, room 12 Mitchell &LyndeBldgor
805-9 No. 218 LaSalle Street Chicago, 111.
208-12 Keith-Perry Building Kansas City, Mo
511-13 Century Building .St. Louis, Mo.
842-3 Banigan Building Providence, B. I.
And men change with the times. Fine
merchant tailoring has advanced as an art
more perhaps than any other business
during this century. We are in the front
ranks and can we be of any service to you!
B. ZIMMER & CO.
nutritive and tonic properties, by
publish rules for its internal govern-1 cordial and blood purifier is admirably
ment, shall engage the workmen, adapted to make a little health go a I
shall assign their grades and shall long way." Its curative powers is
pay wages coniormmg to the practice! largely attributed to its stimulating.
ol civil employers in the vicinity.
Tbese laws nowhere contemplate
that the commanding officer shall
divide bis authority with committees
of the employes, or tbat the employes
I shall prescribe or dictate to the com
manding officer the manner in which
be shall execute the duty delegated to
All requests from individual em
ployes regarding the work they are
performing, the compensation they
arc receiving, their relation to the
shop rules and regulations, or any
individual hardships or grievances
which they believe they suffer will
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals for the plumbing,
g.tsritting and sewer work for the
new Ha wt borne school will be received
till Tuesday. April 11, 8 p. ra., at the
which the energy of the system is re-1 office of the board of education. Cer
cruited. It is pleasant to the taste.
easily born on the stomach, and barm
less onder prolonged use. Price 50
cents and $1 a bottle. For sale by
M. F. Bahnsen and T. II. Thomas.
titied check $150. Plans and specifi
cations on tile in the architect's oflicc.
room 41, Mitchell Lynde building.
. Rock Island, March 31, 1899.
F. Borgolte, Architect.
Jk Beaeoa )f Hope
To those afflicted with kidney or
bladder diseases is Foley's Kidney
A Life for SO Cents.
Many people have been cured of I
kidney diseases by taking a 50-cent
bottle of ioley's Kidney Cure.
i -i' li- i-Uv '--h irarp4
Tt iVl Sir T-rJ4i
Irl I-T-v 1 l
Have you seen our new stock
of Spring carpets, Chinese and
Japanese mattings, and our su
perb assortment of Oriental and
domestic rugs. If not we will treat
you to a display of exquisite color
ings and designs tbat will delight
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