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THE AB6HJS. FRIDAY, APRIL, 14, 1899.
Published Dally and Weekly n 1W Second
!. r-ii island, m. Entered at the
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AD communications of political or axrnmen
tatlvs ebaraeter, poUtlcal or rellclooa. Boat
tin real name attached for publication. Ho
neb article will be printed over nctltioua air
Correspondenee aolleited from avery town
ship in Bock Island county.
Fkidat. April 14.
The straw hat will soon bear em.
pbasis to the fact that Manila is still
A St. Lolu brewery will next week
start a train load of 20 cars of bottled
beer for Manila.
It now seems clear that Senator
Quay had not plum trees enough to
shake to ro around.
It in said that a successful test
wireless telegraphy took place
Washington the other day.
It is now explained bv the Keokuk
Constitution-Democrat that the Fill
pinos in order that sugar may be pro
duced are simply showing to the
world that it is necessary "to raise
l. spite of the vote of Feb. M,
when the people of Gales burg decided
by a majority of 28 against licensing
saloons, i.alesijnrg will have saloous
the coming year, as usual. The coun
cil by a vote of 'J to 5 has defeated the
prohibition ordinance submitted by
the anti-saloon association. The old
council dodged the issue a week ago
by suddenly adjourning. The posi
tion taken by the new council was
that the vote in the wards and not
the vote in the whole city governed.
The argument gave license a council
YViiilk the Chicago Times-Herald
attempts to take a rosy view of the
situation in the Philippines this morn
ing to show that the conditions are
such that the return of the volunteers
to America will soon begin, a state
ment in the making of which it is
hoped the Times-Herald is well in
formed, John T. McCutcbenn, the
Chicago Record's representative, who
has been in the Philippines ever since
JJewev went into Manila bav, thinks
otherwise, lu his communication to
his paper today he savs: "More
troops are needed in the Philippines.
If the Americans ex jKji t to hold the
towns they have captured they will
have to Im- occupied. At present
wuen our torces get possession ot a
town they only keep it until the or
ler comes for them to advauce.
Then the reliels sneak through and
around our lines, and as the Ameri
cans leave the town the insurgents re
The Tanner whip is being vigor
ouslv applied at .springlield in the
desperate endeavor to seat Cooke in
the senatorial contest with Mahoney.
the present senator from the 13th
district, despite the fact that even in
the minds of republicans Mahoney
has established bis title to his seat.
15ut Mahoney is likely to win. Among
thfse standing out against the Tanner
bulldozing is our own llliani Payne.
A Springfield dispatch states: "The
Cooke-Mahoney contest for a senate
scat is as good as settled in favor of
Mr. Mahoney retaining his seat. There
was a conference of republican sena
tors not a caucus, because a good
man would not agree to a caucus on
the matter this morning. Fifteen
republican senators there voted
against seating Cooke, (iov. Tanner
is keenly disappointed. His machine
has leen working strenuously to seat
Cooke, liecause Lorimer wants it done,
and because it would be one republi
can vote for United States senator in
1900. But a good many good republi
cans tear setting such a precedent.
Some irregularity probably is commit
ted in every one of Chicago's 1,109
election precincts at every election.
If the next house should be democratic
the unseating of Mr. Mahoney might
lead to unseating of enough republi
can representatives to elect a United
States senator, (iov. Tanner has not
yet given up hoe of forcing a real
caucus to make the unseating of Mr.
Mahoney a party issue. If he suc
ceeds Mr. Mahoney will go, but it is
possible that nine republican senators
enough to block unseating by acting
with the seventeen democrats may
refuse to e bound. They are Messrs.
Fort, Hamilton. Dunlap". Bogardus,
Milchrist, O'ltell. Putnam. Templeton
Merely a Straw.
Chairman Jones, of the democratic
national committee, is in receipt of a
large number of letters from speakers
who were on the stump for McKinley
iu 189ti. They come, be states, from
every state in the union yes, and
from every county one might sav
and make a curipus collection. The
following is said to be a fair sample
Hast Cambridge, Mass., March 20,
1899. Hon. James K. Jones, Chair
man Democratic National Committee
Honorable Sir: In 1896, being con
vinced by certain members of the
republican party that their promises
of prosperity were bona tide and
would be carried out, also that "sound
money" was the best and surest
money system, I accepted an invita
tion from Hon. Powell Clayton, then
chairman of the committee, and.
stumped New Hampshire. At that
time 1 bad just attained, my majority
and was undoubtedly the youngest man
on the stump during that campaign.
The New Hampshire newspapers gave
me the title of the "Massachusetts
Boy Orator." In less than four
months after President McKinlev had
taken his seat, I preceived that I had
been duped; that the republican
party instead of even attempting to
make good the promises of 1896,
seemed to be doing ali in its power to
rjreat mem. anu instead of srivin tte
people prosperity, has been givin
to trusts and monopolies that whic
tt made its battle cry in 18DS
Prosperity! I thought I was helpin
to elect William McKinlev presid ent,
but 1 now preceive that I helped to
place in the presidential chair one of
the most corruptible bloated monopo
lists this country has ever bad Mark
llanna. My services are, from this
time forth, at your command, honor
able chairman, both editorially and.
necessary, on the public platform
Trusting that the presidential elec
tion of 1900 will prove a democratic
victory, I remain yours very respoct
fully. John i. U ukikn.
Milton sad Dante HraTro. f
Milton's heaven is earthly and obvi
otm. thongh with none bnt celestial fin
habitants; where eve and morn sncrtei
each other and "ifratefnl twilight" thas
its appointed hour; where
Of life ambrosial frnitage bear, and vines
whose angels sleep "fanned with cool
winds" in their celestial tabernacles
and eat not seemingly "nor in mist,'
bnt "with keen dispatch of real hna
ger verging on excess, from any in
jurious effects of wlncn. as the pcet
takes pains to tell us, their spiritual
natnre avails to save them. Dante s
heaven is no less definite and orderly to
its minutest detail, but mystical and
ethereal, even while peopled by the sons
and daughters of earth, passing from
glory to glory in ascending brightness.
with divine visions that come and go
like stars in a clondy night and-at tend
ed by the mnsic of the spheres. These
are the two extremes between which.
lesser poets paint and plant their dens.
Gentleman s Magazine.
Consumption and Canaries.
We do not in this paragraph allude
to the islands to which people fly for
the enre of consumption, bnt to the lit
tie birds which sing songs to ns iu their
captivity, and are, according to Dr.
Tncker Wise, a canso from which con
sumption comes. This gentleman says
that from bis own observation he is of
opinion that in many instances diseased
cage birds, such as canaries, communi
cate tnbercnlosis t a serious extent
among bnman beings. Asabont 40O.000
canaries are repnted to le sold every
vear in the United Kingdom, and as it
is Mated that tnlierenlosis is cue of the
most common diseases of birds, it doed
not seem nnlikely that the canary may
have considerable influence in the dis
tribution of tubcrcnlons infection.
Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainlield,
111., makes the statement that she
caurht cold, which settled on her
lungs; she was treated for a month by
her family physician, but grew worse.
He told her she was a hopeless victim
of consumption and that no medicine
cPii Id cure her. Her druggist sug
gested Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption: she bought a bottle
and to her delight found herself bene
fitted from first dose. She continued
its use and after taking six bottles,
found herself sound and well; now
does her own housework, and is as
well as she ever was. Free trial bot
tles of this great discovery at Hartz &
Ullemeyer's drug store. Only 50
cents antTfl, every bottle guaranteed.
Shake loto Your Shoes
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the
feet. It cures painful, swollen, smart
ing, nervous feet, and instantly takes
the stingoutof cornsand bunions. It's
the greatest comfort discovery of the
age. Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight
or new shoes easy. It is a certain
cure' for sweating, callous and hot.
tired, aching feet. Try it today
by all druggist and shoe stores,
mail for 25 cents in stamps,
package free. Address, Allen S.
sted, LoKov, N. Y.
A yaeer (?) Medicine.
There is a medicine whose proprie
tors do not claim to have discovered
some hitherto unknown ingredient,
or that it - is a cure-all. This honest
medicine only claims to cure certain
diseases, and that its ingredients are
recognized by the most skilled physi
cians as being the best for kidney and
bladder diseases. It is Foley's Kidney
If you i suffer from tenderness or
fullness nh the right side, pains under
shoulder blade, constipation, bilious
ness, sick headache, and feel dull,
heavy and sleepy your liver is trpid
congested. DeWitt's Little Early
Risers will cure you promptly, pleas
antly and permanently by removing
the congestion and causing the bile
ducts to open and flow naturally.
They are good pills. For sale by T.
H. Thomas, A. J. Eeiss and M. F.
Beaatjr la BIod Deep.
Clean blood means a clean akin. No
beauty without it. Caacarets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by
ti'iing up the lary Uver and driving ali im
parities from the bod v. lieipn to-day to
banish pirn pits, boils, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion bv taking
Casrarets. beauty for tea cents. All drng
ffit. satisfaction suaraateed. 10c, 25c, 50c
Arnold'i Bromo Celery cures head
aches: 10, 25 and 60 cents. Beisa'
THE FICKLE SEA.
Who has heard the cod line sieging o'er the
Who has hauled the Sashing prey across the
Who has felt the wet brine stinging on the
When the boat is all s-stagger 'neath the gslet
Who has laid him in the sagging of the uail
While the masthead's nodding sleepy to the
And has slumbered till the stars grow dim
and pale f "
Fill your bumpers! Join the ononis or my
Oh. the fickle, fnming, frolic fretting sea!
Oh. the limpid, lappine. laughter loving sea!
We who love her nil our glasses
To the best of all the lawes.
And we drink a briny tamper to the sea!
Who has lain noon the nlopinK deck awash?
Who has hauled and clewed and chanted in
Who has watched the mainmast bending nigh
While the rival boat's a-droppiug off behind t
Who has leaned against the creaking, jolting
Through a moonlit summer night on south
Who has felt the old sea longing that I feel ?
Fill vour bumpers, men, and shout aloud
Oh. the singing, sighing, salty scented sea!
Uli, the running, roaring, ramping, raging seal
On your feet aud clash your fiascos,
"To the best beloved of lasses
Here's a brimming, briny bumper to the seal
Kichard Stillman Powell in Criterion.
THE PROFESSOR'S ADVICE.
Followed, bnt It Spoiled the
Thev tell this story of a college prank
the boys at Princeton played on .Profess
or "Winky" Young, professor of as
tronomv. His recitations were recently
held the first thing in the morning, and
lie bad to admonish the students in bis
division to correct the fault of tardi
ness. which he claimed was increasing
in a lamentable manner, and when one
of the students explained that they all
studied so late at night they were apt
to oversleep in the morning be kindly
advised them to secure alarm clocks,
which be said wvre one of the most val
uable and usefnj inventions.
The next day nearly every student.iu
the class came into recitation with an
alarm clock in his iocket. which by pa
tient and united effort were set so that
one would go tiff promptly at every suc
cessive minute of the hour. The effect
can be imagin ?d. Shortly after the first
student was cilled to recite one of the
clocks in the pocket of a boy at the oth
er end of the room went off with a ter
rible clamor, and before it had finished
a second in anotner pars or me room
made even a louder racket.
There was a brief interval, which the
professor utilized to call jip another stu
dent, bnt the lattfjr was scarcely on his
feet before the third clock went off. The
performance was continued for half an
lionr or more, wh-?n the professor, who
had a keen sense of humor, re jgnized
the sitnation and cnt Miort the fun by
terminating the recitation. The boys
explained that they had followed bis
advice and secured alarm clocks. wh"ch
they were carrying around with th ;m
because they were likely to fall asleep
at most any time. St. Louis Globo-
'nbnr I'aiha and the Pipea.
Soon after the occupation of Cairo by
the British troops the late Nnbar Pasha
took a prodigious fancy to the music of
the Blafk Watch and had the .idea of
having a servant taught the rise of the
bagpipes. Nnbar dispatched a French
friend, who spoke English very well, to
interview a piper on the subject.
Donald replied: "Weel. be nn eh t
learn or he micht no'. Bit, let me tell
ye. it needs wind an mickie strength
tae fill the bags o' the pipes an keep
blawin. Sae if yin o thae Egyptian
chaps took the job on he'd need tae be
bandaged a ow're like yin o' thae auld
mummies, or maybe be'd burst hi ni
sei'." This conversation was reported to
Nnbar, who took the piper's remarks
seriously. So he gave np the idea of
having a skirler attached to his house
hold, as the "use of the bagpipes was at
tended with the prospect of such dan
ger to the performer. Westminster
A Bottom Collection.
A New York lady's pet hobby is a
marvelons, collection of all sorts and
sizes of bnttens. Some of the enamel
and minatnre painted ones are veri
table works of art, while caste and
precious medals worked in various wavs
supply other fascinating specimens.
The greatest rarities are two Chinese
ffieial buttons, which in reality are
decorations, and buttons from off gar
ments known to have been worn by
Marat. Robespierre, Charles Dickens.
Sir Walter Scott. Washington. Nelson,
Byron, De Foe. George II. George HI,
Napoleon. Wellington. Bismarck, Irv-
ng, Garfield and numerous other celeb
rities of both sexes. The collection
numbers some 10,000 specimens.' New
i ork Telegram.
The Old Oakea Backet.
The Old Oaken Bucket" was in
pired by the following conversation :
oodwortb, the anthor, said to a
friend, "There is no drink better than
The friend replied. "Yes." there is
drink from the old oaken bucket that
bangs in the well at home."
Tommy Papa, what is it time to do
when the clock strikes IT
His Father Time to go to dinner,
Tommy Then what is it time to do
when mamma strikes one? Jewelers
A million silver dollars would occn
rv. in round numbers. 120 cubic feet
Therefore a room or rather a box 6 feet
long. 5 feet wide and 4 feet high would
accommodate them comfortably.
The, political term "dark horse" orig
inated from the habit of jockeys paint
ing some fast racer in dark colors and
entering him in a race under a fictitious
name and thus winning. - j
x- For the Modern Treatment of Nervous, Rheumatic,
Gouty, Joint and all Chronic Diseases.
1228 Fourth Avenue.
We have some of the latest appliances and apparatuses suggested by
mouei a scientific research ana valuable
lurkish bath and shower bath anv
Tl ,l , . ... .... .' ,
.inuisuaya iium i to o p. ui., wnicn
VVT ANTED A CHAMBERMAID AT THE
T T Commercial hotel.
Young & McCombs'.
T SIMMERS AT
VT ANTE D GIKL FOR CENERAL HOUSE-
worii. Apply at 713Twenty-tbird street.
W A NT fD APPRENTICES AT DKESS
making Durlors. :W Thirteenth street
WANTED PUPILS IN FREEHAND AND
mechanical drawing. Pen and ink.
China painting and new method of water col
ors. Children's class Saturday afternoons.
With first lesson and material free. Class in
the evening. Lessons fit) cents. Miss Piatt.
studio 608 Eighteenth street.
T7K)R RENT FURNISHED ROOMS AT 11U2
A? Fourth uvenue.
FOR RENT TWO FURNISHED ROOMS.
230 Th rteenth street.
FOR RENT A FLAT IN INDUSTRIAL
Home building. Inquire of T. II. Thomas.
COR RENT A NICELY FURNISHED
A- large front room at n-ti Twentieth street.
FOR RENT A FURNISHED
private family. Inquire No.
FOR RENT DOUHLE STORE BUILDING
at lftlii-1517 Second avenue. Inquire of
FOR RENT STABLE FPRTWO OR THREW
horses: all conveniences. Ennuire 1002
IOK RENT NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
for two In private family. Enquire at
iwj becona avenue. .
ITOR RENT LARGE FURNISHED FRONT
A.' room: steam heat, eus acd bath. Enquire
ui i.iHtnia avenue.
TOR KENT A LA HUE FRONT ROOM
-L with board, central location, suitable for
twoyounraen or tnim
and wife. Address
L. 5.. Alois omee.
TTIOR RENT FURNISHED FRONT ROOM,
jt- witn alcove, suunnie tor one or two ir-n-
tlemen or I'cntieman anu wife, as the nxim
can be used as sittmu room: privilege of bulb
H-H Seventh avenue.
fjTOR RENT NEW LODGE ROOM. WHAT
a. was formerly the Standard club rooms.
Has been tilted un with new and comnlete
lodge room furniture and fixtures, and is
open and ready for inspection. CheaD rent:
team heat. Apply of Krell &. Math.
HAVE YOUR SHIRT WAISTS MADE BY
n expert. Fit and work iruarunteed.
rOS Third avenue, second floor.
WALL PAPER AND RUGS CLEANED AT
lowest pr ces. Wok -lruarameed. Ad
dress -'. S ," care of Times. Davenport. Iowa.
LOST AN OPEN-FACED LADIES' GOLD
watch In the vicinity of Twenty-third St.
about two weeks ago. - Finder return to Aa-
6 us office and receive reward.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
saee loans by W. H. Eastman. 1712 Sec
ond avenue, without publicity or removal. He
.lso makes collections hard ones a specialty.
HELP WANTED LADIES TO
bandaKes at home for larire
bouse. Earn S10 weekly. Enclose addressed
tamped envelope for reply. Marshall & Co.,
orooKiyu, n. x.
T OST AN AGENT S MANUAL OF THE
Prudential Insuraoce company, together
with bills and private memorandu. of no value
except to owner. Leave at A Hues office and
T ACE CURTAINS MENDED, PAINTINGS.
hhriry books and fine laces renovated
properly. Water, colors of old Fort Arm
strong and Colorado views for sale cheap.
Call or address Mis Piatt, art teacher, 60H
SALESMEN (CALLING ON ANY LINE
of trade, city or country) we have best
tide ine ever offered: over 150 different styles
of the handsomest calendars ever put on the
msrkei: most liberal commissions offered CtO
per cent). Agents can easily make 140 to 100
weekly, uuaranteeu the nest line to be found
anywhere. Give references. The American
Novelty company, 9U and ttll Broadway. Cin
April 12. Annie M. Davis to John
Heverlinjr, part lot 5, block 4.3, Chica
go or Lower add., liotik. Island f 7o.
Trustees first Baptist church to
Eva C. White, part assessor's lot 2,
33, 18. lw. fl ,600.
Frank J. Martin to Eva C. White,
lot 1, block 2, White's add., Moline
Josephine Shinstrom to Elmer .
Vanderveer, nej, 25, 17 3w, swj lot 2.
nj lot 3, sw 19. 17, 2w, sj lot 3, w
part uw and si lot 3. swj 19, 17, 2a,
se, eel 24, 17 3a, tract by
metes and bounds nwj, 30,
17, 2w, tract bv metes and bounds
nwj 30. 17, 2w.,"f 1,000.
"De trouble wif some men dat knows
a heap." wiid Uncle Eben. "is dat dey
Lab sech a positive way o" tellin it dat
dey makes folks too wad to listen. "
Dost Tobaecs Spit aad 8mu Teir Life Away.
To qnit toboocj easily sod forever, be ma?
oeuc. f nil of kfe ne. ve and vigor, take No-To-Bac.
the wonder worker, that makes wesk men
strong. AU drnggists, Ete or SI. Core guaran
teed. Booklet and sample free- - Address
Sterling lie Toed? Co.. Chicago or New Tors.
m Ui Yo Haw Atom Baugtt
Rock Islaud, III.
mineral water free for our patients.
hour dav or nio-ht. excerjt Tuesdavs and
are lauies aavs.
"WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
t work at TZ Twenty-second street.
TT ANTED BOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
w f and board at i-"6 Fourth avenue.
GIRL FOR GENERAL
Call at 701 Fourth avenue.
Roth. 1003 Second avenue.
YVANTED-A BOY 16 YEARS OF AGE
to learn the barber trade. AddIv at 403
XT ANTED G IRL FOR (itNERA L IIOUSE-
v work in family of two. AddIv at 1224
TTTANTED-GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work in family of three adults. 1220 1
WANTED-BOYS AT THE ROCK 1SL
. and Sash & Door works. Must be over
14 years or nue.
TTT ANTED BOY TO WORK IN A BAKERY.
Wapes3ptr week aud board. Apjly
at iitv xniru avenue.
T ANTED GOOD HAKU WORKING WOM-
U an for kitchen work and washing. Ad
ply at Rock Island Club.
YTANTED TWO SALESLADIES FOR
V city or to travel; salary paid. Address
-E,'' care of Alters, i
TTT ANTED PUPILS WISHING TO TAKE
private lessot.s in dancing can do so by
enquiring at rjio r um avenue. Jones.
f ANTcD-AT UXCK. A MILLlNEtY
v w trimmer acd a trood preparer at Otte-
sen s. 222 West Second street. Davenport.
Tf ANTED POSITION AS FIRST-CLASS
v horse-shoer or general blacksmithing.
Address sam Ambrose, '. b irst avenue.
7 ANTED BY A MIDDLE AGED MAN.
V to correspond with middle aired widow.
Address "IS. C." care
' eleetrici: v.
HORSES TO CLIP BY
t the Metropolitan horse
shoring shop, corner Third and oek Island
streets. George Shade, Davenport, Iowa.
T ANTED-FOUR TAILORS. FOUR MIL-
liners, salesladies, t wo dress ;oh1s sales
men, four chnmbe, maids. Employment Bu
reau. 46 Schmidt building. Davenport, Iowa.
WANTED YOUNG COUPLE. NO
dren. would like two or three
nished or furnished rooms for hunt housekeep
ing: must be convenient to down town: p-lvate
laniiiy prercrrea. Auuress podtomce oox A'.m,
city. . "
WANTED GOOD SOLICITORS IN ROCK
Island to tale orders for the celebrated
Singer sewing machine. A No. 1 contract
given to right parties. Call on or address the
Singer Manufacturing company, 417 Harrison
T7 ANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
T T monds, watches, jewelry, hardware.
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc - Highest cash prices
paia tor second nana goods ot au Kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
t tore prices. AU business transactions strictly
oonnoentiai. His new number and location,
1923 Second avenue. Don't forget It. J. W.
Jones. Two rings on 1347.
TPOR SALE A LOT LOCATED IN THE
-L best block on 'J bird avenue. Apply of I
tnOR SALE TWO GOOD BUILDING LOTS,
mj 80x1 nO feet, near C. Kit P. depot.
UIOR SALE CHEAP A CJOOD FAMILY
A? horse and very nice surrey. Inquire at I
WS Twenty-second street.
TTIOK SALE A (iOODCCW. FRESH SOON:
X? al-o swt single harness.
fair trrounds. South Koetc Iland.
tlXJR 8 ALE TWO NICEHOMESON THIRD
a. avenue. one HX. the otoer ci.iw: paving
paid for. Inquire at 1110 Third avenue.
Li IOK SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM.
A' All kinds of fruit; good buildings; near
town. A bargain for some one if taken soon.
T7H3R SALE A MODtRN HOUSE OF
-1 seven rooms, in Kod location. Will be
sold on easy terms or rented reasonable. Ap
ply on premises, iv 't weir to street.
fiXJK SALEAT A
a.' farm near town.
Lots of fiaiit- To be
told cheap to settle an estate. Here Is a bar-
rain cheap for cash. No trade. Gordon s
TTXPRESS LINE CHARLES MILLERS
I J Express, J406 Sixth avenue. Careful
handling of kooos and quick nd re'iable ser
vice. Moving by careful, experienced men.
Call or telephone No. 4VI.
LiXJB SALE COAL IN ANY QUANTITY
C of to bushels or over at 12.60 per ton, 4e
'irered O. O. D. to any part of the city. Leave
orders at Commercial bouse barber shop, Roes
island, or JSnoa J atnea, swan.
SALE CHEAP LOTS IN M'MAS-
ter's addition, old baseball irrounds. These
lots will be sold from S400 upward; small
amount down, balance on long time at S per
eent. Reldy Bros., room 4, Mitchell A Lynde
TVIOR SALF LOT SOUTHEAST CORNER
Ninth avenue and Twenty-third street:
so ot southeast corner Ninth avenue and I
Twentv-secoud street; terms to wjit buver.
Address T. J. Hal pin, 50V Main street, fau
TJKR SALE THE Allit STA.VA CtMXHiK 1
X- barber shop. Good paying, cleai and
c.ish trade. A splendid opportunity for a
youug man to start in bunes. Wr te or sim
ply on premise. S. J. Staoer. 633 Thirty-eijjhtb
LlMJK SALIC A NEAT OFFICK CAfclNJCT
C with about so different slides, suitable for
liicg- legal blanks or any description of papers
n nat form to oe Kept in anape for writing,
a oosnrebenslTe index connected. Just ths
thinf for any office witn contracts, ec, to I
ate. Aoaress u. J&. o.. care 01 i hi a. sous.
TTOa SALE TWO CHOICE PIECES OF
A.' real estate: one at 112! First avenue and
the other at No. 3lo Fourteenth street. In thi
city, knows as the Charter A muid property,
will be sold at public auction, to the highest
bidders, at the east door of coufi honse. Anril
S3, at 1 o'clock p. m. For information apply to I
a weeney t n sincr, attorneys.
" Are always selling the best goods at the lowest prices, simply because
they thoroughly understand how to buy and are always giving their cus
tomers the benefit. We wish to cull special attention to our line of cof
fees. " Having completed a contract for several thousand pounds of differ
ent grades, each grade to be roasted especially tor us and shipped as wo
need them, you get a freshly roasted coffee unsurpassed In quality at
bottom prices. Note the following quotations:
Our Golden Rio at
OurN. & L. Santos Pea berry
Our N. & L. Imperial
Our N. & L. Java
Our N. & L. Java & Mocha
Let ns also quote you
Schepp's shredded cocoa
nut, per pound
Mixed nuts, 3 pounds
Buttermilk soap, per bar..
Enameline stove polish . . .
Rising Sun stove polish . .
Heinz's sour pickles, per
CASH GROCERS, 329
Drink at the Fountain ot Health
and be made well
The most successful
and the most scientillo
OF ROHI -
Our Electric Machine for
the treatment of Nervous
and X-Ray work.
His reputation for years la Davenport, where
as hopeless by others, proves conclusively that
CONSULTATION FREE -PROMPT AND PERMANENT CURES.
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, Blood,
muucT, uvcr wiu oma uiseases can oe
system of medicine.
WOMEN suffering from Diseases of
nervous r.xnausiion. i-aipitation or ine Heart, nyspepsia, or any disease peculiar to sex
Fbotild call on the great Specialist and get au opinion on their case free of charge.
ELECTRICITY Scientifically applied;
iTiiins, rsignt iosses. selective Memory,
Delusions. Sleenlessness. Lost Manhood.
VARICOCELE is the most active
momns witn otners wnen we guarantee you
methods. Hy urocele cured In three days
Remember it Pays to
OUR CREDENTIALS AND TESTIMONIALS ARE THE BEST. Tho nnm
erous acknowledgements we have received from the newspapers for our remarkable cures
In both medical and surgical eiues ts proof conclusive hat our advanced methods cure
where ail others fail. Therefore, do not waste time with others, but consult ua at once and
regain your lost health. There is a stage in every disease that can be cured. H ave
you passed that stager If not. do not experiment any! onger, but consult us at once. Fur
thermore, we oOer 1. 000 to any one proving our credentials false. We make tt au object
to Investigate ours. No other specialist offers sueb fair proposition. ONLY CURABLE
CASES TAKEN. Best of reference and credentials If you cannot call, write. Hun
dreds cured by mall. Hours 8 to 12; 2 to 5; 7 to 8. Sundays, 11:30 to 1:30.
OFFICE 124 TOT THIRD STREET, M'CULLOUGH BUILDING, DAVENPORT, IA
The Best $3.50 Tans in
SPRING WALL PAPERS.
The Adam's Wall Paper Co.'s display of fine
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than ever before, Be sure and see the latest
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO...
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Hock Island, 111.
incorporated Under the
KOKET L0 AJTED 05 PERSONAL COLLATES Ai OS SEAL E3TATE 3E0UEITI
' J. M. Boford, president,
John Crubaugb, Vice President,
P. Greenawait. Cashier.
Began business July z, leoo, and occupy ths
t. iv cpmer 01 fetltcheil Lynae s
saw buading. -
S pounds of jelly. 9c
Honev Drip syrup, per
Sorghum, per gallon 35c
Good rice and raisins, per
Canned peas, 5c, 7Je and
3 for 2oc
Fancy patent flour, per
sack. T fl.00
Garden seeds in bulk.
Twentieth St. Thone 1090. M
Da J. E. WALSH,
Late of Chicago, former
ly surgeon-in-Chief of St.
he hnsoured hundredsof chronic cases given us
his scientillo methods ot treatment euro when
quiomy ana permanently cureu Djouraavanoa
the Womb, Ovaries, Bladder, Kidneys,
Nervous-Debility, Piles, Kxhaustiv
Threatenen msanty. iossot wuit'ower, Meni
Weakness nf Men. etc
cause of Nervous Debility, Why treat
a permanent cure in seven daysDy our painless
Consult the Best First.
in the City.
310-314 Twentieth Street.
Foar Per Cent Paid on
, H. S. Cable, Wm. WUmertor:
John Cr-Jbsugb, Pnii Mltcneli,
- H. P. Hull, L. Simon,
E. W. Hurst, 'J M. iiuford
. John Vol.
Soilcl lors J sckaoa 4 Hunt.