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THE. AHGTJS., WEDNESDAY, MAfiCH 2i, IDOO.
"TTTANTED GIRL AT 141! F-IUBTH AV
v s tnne. Biascnue uye " ur
"TTT ANTED GIKL FOR GENERAL. HOUSE-
II work. A ppiy cx-j
Wanted noARmrta. choicxkooms
and board at X236 Fourth no.
Wi NTED AN EXPERIEKCED GIRL. FOR
general house wore at 71S Twenty-third
TTTANTED A GLRL. OR YOUNG MAN
VV who u willin t work. Good wage.
Apply at WO Twelfth street.
TTANTED TWO FULLY FURNISHED
v rooms for light housekeeping. Youuf
couple. Addrea -B-, " Abous.
TTT A NTED A FIR3T;CL.iSS POLISHER.
vv n gnm vires pvo. jippiv xokih
laundry, 114 Luii Seventeenth street.
"tTTANTED GDOD FOIJTITORS FOR
vT Pure Food Co , 127 Twentieth Street,
Good psjr. WU.l un Murphy, proprietor.
r ANTED PTTPILS WISHINU TO TAKI
f private lessons In d socio esn do so ey
uqwuif at r?ia rata s venae, jones.
. . . .
"TTT A NTED SOLICITORS FOR HOCK IS-
v v lsnd snd Moltne. Good paying bustn
to right psrty. Call st 319 TwenUeth street
TTTA NTED GOOD. KELIABLEULL B ALJES-
v T man. on commission orsaiary. aaoreai
Quaker Oil sad implement compscy, Cleveland,
WANTED A POSITION BY AN EX PER
lenzed stenogrspber snd bookkeeper.
M -derate salary. Address "W.," Antic
WANTED TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
solicitors for Kock Island- Permanent
pawl Boca, hd Mitchell Lynda bull ding, be
tween sod 1p.m.
TXT A NTED TO PENT A UOMK-LIKE
v v houMi containing eicrbt or 10 r oral No
smsll children. Addrew "Uelane, care of
ARoCH. giVtnK location.
WANTED WK WISH TO ENGAGE FOR
a prof exl otis! man sn office irlrl between
iz ana i vears. can or aaarewt uwiaua &
Co.. 171-S Second avenue.
WANTED LOCAL SOLICITING AGENT
for accident Insurance: one who can de
vote safOclent time to the business to make It
profitable. Address "E at. Aaocs.
WANTKD PITILS TO TAKE LKRSON8
In frpsnisb languase. Special attention
to conversation and corret expression Sat
isfaction guaranteed, inquire at puouc Horary
"TTANTED TO PENT. AT ONCE. A NICE
v v A or 7-room bonne within 10 block of
Knencer sausre. Will make a year lease. In
riuire of H. W. Ward, care ot Adams Wall
WANTED HOARDERS. NICELY FUR
nisbed rooms centrally located. Modern
eonveniecces and good home ooouing. Arse
nal emplove taken and excellent lunches put
up at I 41 1 Fourth avenue.
ANTED HONEST MAN OR WOMAN
to travel for large house. Salary S6
monthly and expenses with Increase. Position
permanent. Enclose scl f -addressed stsmped
envelope. Secretary, too C ax ton building,
WA NTED H U STLTNG A GENTS TO
sell our Incandescent gasoline lamps.
Each burner produces 100-candie power light;
all stores want them: good Inducements to re
liable salesmen. The Ohio Illuminating com
pany, MsnsnUd, Ohio.
WANTED MX) MEN TO BRING THEIR
shirts, collar and cuffs, and 100 women
to aend us their family washing at our special
contract rates. All work fruaranteed. Give
us your address by phone we will do the
rest. Excelsior Laundry company, 114 East
Seventeenth street, Kock L-lsnd
"WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
ii moods, watches. Jewelry, hardware,
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc. Highest casb price
paid for second hand goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at bait the usual
tore prices. All business transactions strictly
confidential. His new number and location,
I4Z3 Second avenue. Don't forget lb 1. W
Jones. Two rings on 1M7.
R SALE BOARDING HOCSE CHEAP.
Apply to Hull A Co.
OR RALE-A M "BI.ETOP COUNTER.
Inquire st Kock Inland bouse.
IriOR SALE FIRST-CLASS IT A NO. BAR
gain, if taken at once Apply Mrs. Frank
Sherman, three doors west Of Elm street on
1jVR SALE -BUTTON CUTTING SHOP OF
ntxtv lathe: sl-o tfnltJiltiK Kh'ip ro gross
weeklj capacity Address "Manufacturer."
csreof AHi.r oitlce.
"TiX)R SALE PASTEUR FILTER. NEARLY
-L- new, with aeven altering tubes, nickel
plated all over. Can be bought for half Us
original cost. A bargain. Allen. Myers & Co.
I7K)R SALE MODERN RESIDENCE WITH
lot HCai&O. nine room, betb T.ym and
laundry.between eleventh aDd Twelfth streets
on Fourth avenue. Inquire at Donaldson
TJXR SALE-LOTS IN McENIRY'S AD
X1 dltlon by K J. Burns, room li. Mitchell A
l.rnde building. These los are on frixth ave
nue, between Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth
slrertM. Convenleot to Fifth avenuorHtn
arret street csr lines. Terms to suit pur
chaser. MONEY TO LOAN.
"T F YOU H AVE 11.3 OR t: 50OTO LOAN AT
.1 6 per cent on good real est.te security,
adrireSM box 3jv", Kot-k Iland.
MONEY TO LTAN IN ANY AMOUNT,
on any kind of security. W. L. Coyne.
Seventeenth street, up btairs.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
gage loans by W. H Eastman, ITlt Seo
ond avenue, without publity or removal. He
also makes collections hsrd ones a specialty.
LOST AND FOUND.
IOST-A LANTERN GUARD BY FIRE DE--i
partment lakt night while making a run
up town. Kinder please return to Chief
IOST OR BTRAYHD A BRINDLt HI LL
A terrier pup with mhlte stripe on face.
Finder pleaae lesve word at A bo cm office and
T OST A COIX.ECTOR RECORD OF
-Li payment book, oa Bridge line ears, be
tween 6 and T p. m. Return to 11- L Romeyer,
I4 Tweldb street. Bewatd.
ISYCIIIC-CLAIRVOYANT-LO C A T E D
for a bhort time at MJ Fourth avenue.
Absolutely correct in busiaem. love aed mar
riage sflairn. Consult her and save time and
worry and mosey.
-r CENTS FOR AN M TAFFETA SILK
tJcrt or waUt. made to your meuurc
Write tor sample and Information and in
dorsement. J. M. Harrick. Manager, W Dear
bora street. Chicago.
I TOR SALS COAL IN ANY QUA NIT Y
. of 60 bushels or over at .? per too, de
livered CCD. to any part of the city.
Leave orders at Commercial house baroeg
shop. Rook island, or Esos James. Milan
IJIANO MUtC TO ANTON B SENDING
bOo the follow 'eg six pieces wi be seat
postpaid; -now City arch." "Dairy Boy
Polka. ' -Leap Year Two-step. " Sileot
Thoughts Sefcott ische." "Sociable Galop "
true Hiue Waltzes." G. W. Bensc. 133
Flfteemn-and-e ball street. Mollse. LI. coot
pose r and publisher.
TF YOU WANT TO BUY. BELL. TRADE
A- or rest anything, engage help or secure a
situation the Mail Is the one paper in Moline
that can do It for you. Mail wants are popu
lar and Mail wants bring results One-half cest
per word Is the price to ail alike, cash in ad
vance. S-cent stamps wUl do. ETeaiBg and
Sunday Mall, Kotue, DL
comes from the use
of the far.ious
Scalp Cleaner, and with perfect
cleanliness comes beauty.
- Mrs. N. J. Bell. Box 60. University
Place, Omaha, Neb., writes : "Every
head should be shampooed frequently
with this whole jo me remedy.
After each shampoo, when the hair
Is thoroughly dry. the scalp should be
treated with Seven Sutherland Sisters
Hair Grower. Sold by an druggists.
r. . THOMAS,
Corner Seeond Avenue and Seventeenth S
TTIOR RFNT THREEOR FOUR PLEASANT
A' unfurnished rooms. Apply W7 Twentieth
LTOft RENT-A COBBLERS SHOP NEAR
V Harper house, very cheap. Address
"A A,' A HUCS.
T7W3R RENT FURNISHED BOOMS TR
a. light houekeening. two on r round floor
ana one upstairs, lnq lire at lThlrd avenue
"DIOR RENT 22 ROOM BOARDING HOUSE
a. aajoininkT C. K. 1 A: 1'. R. IL xaHsener
aepot. Apply to Keiay aron.
IJKJRREwT A n-ROOM HOUSE WITH GAS.
a. neat. ba'B and modern conveniences.
Aptly to summers A Ia Veile.
liOR RENT DESK ROOM IN OFFICE AD
S' vantsgeouMv situated Anntv to K. J.
Burns, room U', Muchell A Lynde budding.
COR RENT -A NEW STOKE-bOOM 20X70
A on easy terms for the Brst six months
Inquire of OttoRudert, Mm Street Drug store.
DOR REN r -7-ROOM HOUSE AND THREE
A- acres of land just outside the city limits.
chesp if taken posaesslon of at once, inuuir
of Hull Si Co.
ClOR RENT AT 1229 SECOND AVENUE,
a.- large rooms, wen furnished: gas, bath,
rtesm heat. A first-dsns home tsble Best
location In the city. Corner Thirteenth street
ana beoona avenue.
Estate ot William Stewart, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed
executrix of the last will and testa
ment of William Stewart, late of the
county of Kock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice that she will
appear berore the county court of Rock
aland county, at the county court room. In
the city of Rock Island, at the Mav term.
on the first Monday In Mav next, at which
time ail persons having claims against said
estate are notlned and requested to at
tend, for the purpose of having the same ad
justed. au persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment to
Dated thla ut day or March. A. IX 1100
Frajscek J. Stxwabt. Executrix.
Estate of Albertina M. Detjens, deceased
The undersigned, having been appointed exe
cutor of the last will and testament of Alber
Una M. Detjens. late of the county of Rock
Island, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives
notice that he will appear before the county
court Of Rock Island county, at the county
court room, in the city of Rock Island, at the
May term, on the first Monday In May next
at wnicn time au persons having claims
against ssld estate are notified and requested
to attend for the purpose of having the same
All persons indebted to said estate are re-
2 nested to make Immediate payment to the un
erslgned. Dated thla 6th day of March. A. D If 00
C. I J. Mamsbalu Executor.
Estate of Gilpin Moore, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed ex
ecutrixes of the lant will and testament of Gil-
in Moore, late or the county of Rock Is-
and, atate of Illinois, deceased, hereby
gives notice that they will appear before
the county court of Kock Island county, at
the county court room. In the city of Rock Isl
and, at the May term on the first Monday
la May next, at which time all persons
having claims against said estate are notified
and requested to attend, for the purpose of
having the same adjusted.
au persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this vth day or Mareb. A. D. 1900.
Adah u. mabtik.
jKMaiB B. Muoke,
Estate of Edward Hayes, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed ex
ecutor of the last will and testament of Ed-
ward H ayes, late of the county of Mock Island,
state of IllinoiM. deceased, hereby gives notice
that he wlil appear before the county court of
Kock I.-Jand county, at the county court room,
to the city of Rock Island, at the May term, on
the tlr.t Monday in May next, at which time all
perwonM baring claims against said eotste are
notined and requested loatfnd for the pur
pose of having the same adjusted
All persona indebted to said estste sre re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this Mb dsy of March. A. P.. 1900.
Wiixiam Ja ksox. Executor.
Sale of Keal Estate.
By virtue of an order and decree of the
county court of Kock Island county. Illinois,
made on the petition of the undent gned. John
J. Huntlcv. administrator of the estate or
Ju Kdtflcclon, deceased, for lesve to kI1
the real estate of said deceased, at tbe March
term A. D. 1900. of said court, to-wit: On
the inb day of March, I WO. I shail on the
M day or April rest, at the hour of t o'clock
In the afternoon of said dav. sell at public aale,
at tbe fr-.ntdoorof John J. Huntley s store in
Andalusia, in said coumy, the real estate de
scribed as follows, to-wlt:
Lot four 4 In block tbirty-ttvs (2S) In the
village of Andalus'a.in Kock Island county. II i
nois. on the following terms, to-wit: Cash upon
delivery of deed.
Dated thla 10th day or March. A. D. 1900.
Joair J. Hcsn.tr.
Administrator of the estate of James Edg
A Data PugASAVTS. Attorney.
Hstles of PabUesttloa - Chancery.
State of Illinois. I
County of Rook Island. (
In the circuit oourv May term. A. D 1900.
Ella Bargboliz. complainant, vs. Charles Uarg-
holts, defendant. In chancery.
Affidavit of the non-residence of Charles
Bargboltz the defendant above named, hav
ing been filed In the office of the clerk of the
circuit court of Rock Island oousty. no
ties la hereby given to tbe said aon-resident
defendant, that the complainant has riled her
bill of complaint la said court, on the chancery
aide thereof, on the Ath day of January A. IX
l0, and that a summons thereupon is-ued oat
of said eourt against said defend sat. returna
ble on the 7th day of May A. U. 1900, as Is by
Now, theerorw. unless you. the said Charles
Bsrgholts. shall personally be aad appear before
the said circuit court of Kock I viand county , oa
the first day of the March term thereof, to be
holdcn at tbe court house in ihe rity of Rock
Island, in said county, on the 7th day of Mar
A. D. Iwjo. and p ead. answer or demur
to the said eompiaisaata bill o' complaint,
the same and the matters and things therein
charged and stated will betaken as confessed,
snd a decree entered arainst yon aooordlng to
the praye- ot saU bUL
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto act
my baud and affixed the seal of said court, at
my office la Kock Island, this Uin day or March
A. D. I AW- Gsonog W. Uavblb, Clerk.
ConsaXAT A CuKiiar,
March 19. A. IX 19u&
EXT ZA 0 ED ZNAB.Y PHENOHEB'OJJ
. . . . .
Six Hundred Acres of m Xoaataln Sinks
from Forty to Eighty Feet.
Ix Angeles, Cal March 21. Re
garding the remarkable phenomenon at
San Jacinto on last Christmas morn ins
Grant TapgarL superintendent of the
San Jacinto forest reserve, writes In a
letter received here yesterday by Jen
eraJ B. V. Allen, of the forest re
serve: "I mast say that it is beyond
my powers of description to picture
what is to be seon here. 1 do not care
bow vivid a description was made of it,
it would Lave to be seen to be under
stood or appreciated. The whole
mountain within an area of 400 to 60o
acres has snnk in a body to a depth
of forty to eighty feet, much of it
broken into the most complete jumble
"There are thousands of crevice.,
from a few Inches to four and six feet
in width. There seems to have been
several upheavals and blow-outs, which,
have the appearance of having been
caused by escaping gas or air. Tbe
trees and brush are in heaps. Should
there follow a rain the condition would
change materially, as the soil is of
such a light nature that many of the
upheavals would dissolve or run Into
the crevices. The upheaval Is ten
miles southeast of San Jacinto and
three and a half miles south of Straw
SUSTAINS THE DEMOCRATS.
First Round In Court Is Against the Re
publicans la Kentucky.
Louisville. March 21. Judge Field
yesterday sustained the demurrer of
counsel for Governor Beckhani and
granted the motion to strike out cer
taiu part of the amended reply of the
Republicans in the consolidated guber
natorial contest suits. With this went
a judgment. This judgment is inter
locutory, not final, and two questions
of fact still remain to be passed
on by Judge Field:
Was or was not Governor Beckham
of the requisite constitutional age?
Was or was not Governor tioebel s
death before or after the legislature
had declared him the legally elected
governor of the commonwealth? When
Judge Field passes on these two points.
depositions on which are now being
taken, the next step will be an appeal
by the Republicans to the court of ap
A jhansas Republicans.
Little Rock. Ark.. March 21. The
Republican state convention adjourned
late last night after electing delegates
to tbe national convention ami declar
ing for the renomlnatlon of President
McKInley. The platform is standard
Republicau. with planks for a Nic
aragua caual not neutralized, but our
private property, and against trusts.
"Will Be Worcester's Secretary.
Ann Arbor, Mich.. March 21. Jamea
A. Leroy. a Detroit newspaper man.
has been appointed secretary to Pro
fessor Dean C Worcester, of the Unit
ed States Philippine commission. Le
roy had been recently made western
manager for Outing.
Do not leave home on a journey
without a bottle of Chamtwrlain's
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
edy. It is almost certain to be
needed and cannot be procured while
you are on board the cars or steam
ship. It is pleasant, safe and relia
ble. For sale by all druggists.
Caused by Weak. Exhausted Stomachs, U
You, reader, would not permit your
neighbor to call you out of bed at mid
night and oblige you to walk the pave
ment lor two or three hoars every
night. You would not allow him to
burn your hand wilfully, nor to cut
your ringer off, just to please him.
why, then, do you allow your stomach
to cause you loss of sleep, nightmare,
and continual suffering? Every dvs-
peptic, every sufferer from indigestion
biliousness, heartburn, waterbrash,
catarrh of the stomach and other stom
ach diseases, is a slave to his or her
stomach. There ia one way only one
of breaking the chains of this slav
ery. That is by using Dodd's Dyspep
These digest the food vou have eaten.
They don't need aid from the stomach,
which is therefore given time to rest
and gain strength. They regulate the
bowels, which carry off the waste por
tion of the food not used in rnakinc
blood. Thus the stomach is emptied
ana prrpaxea to receive the next meal.
No foul gas can form in the stomach
if yon use Dodd's Dyspepsia Tablets,
for the food is di (rested br them at
once and does not remain in the stom
ach to rot and cause disease.
Estate of Eliza M. Brooks, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed ad
ministrator of the eotate of Eliza M. Brooks.
late of tbe county of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, nereoy gives notice tnst ne
will appear berore the county court of Kock
Island county, at tbe county court room, in tbe
city of Kock Island, at the May term, on
tne nrst Monday in Mav next, at which
time all persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to attend, for
the purpose of having tbe same adjusted.
AU persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
unted this77tn any or February, a. a. i9co.
WitxiAM Bbooks. Admistrator
Kstlcs of FabllcsUea Chancery
State of Illinois. I
Boek Island County. (
In the Circuit Court. Mav term. A. D. 19rv.
Sarah L. Read vs. Nellie M. Jones. K. W.
Jones, the Rock Island Mutual Builninj-. Loan
A eavings associa'tsn and Edward B. Kreit.
Affidavit of ' the non-residence of Nellfe M.
Jones and F. W.Jones, two of the defendant
above named, having been filed In the
office of the clerk ot sa d circuit court of
Rock Island county, notice is hereby given
to the said aon-resident defendants that the
complainant has filed her bill of com
plaint In said eourv on the chancery sMo
thereof, on the I6ta day of March, A. D. Ifcui.
id that a summons thereupon issued out
of said court, against said defendants,
returnable on the first Monday ot May A. IX
two. as is by law required.
Now, therefore, unless you. the said Nellie
M Jones - and F. W Joaes shall per
sonally be aad appear before the said circuit
oou't of Rock Island eouny on tbe first dsy of
the next term thereof . to be noldee at the court
house in the city of Rock Island in aaid county,
on the first Monday of Msy. A D. 1900. and plead,
answer or demur to the said complainant s
bill of complaint, the same and tbe matters
and things therein charged and stated will be
taken as confessed, and a decree entered
against you according to the prayer of said
In testimony whereof. I have hereunto set
my ha id aad affixed the seal of sid court, at
my office in Bock Island this iftth day of March
A. D two Gbomcb W. UtasiA Clerk.
E. H GCTlt. Complainant 'a Solicitor.
Boca Island. Illinois, March, 16, 1900.
ATTEMPT AT AS3A5SISATIOK.
Kansas Democratic Editor the Object
the Dastard This Time.
Troy. Kan., March 21. Frank W.E1
liott, editor of the Troy Times.
Democratic weekly newspaper, was
shot by an unknown assailant as he
alighted from a Grand Island passen
ger train here at 11 o'clock last night.
Elliott had scarcely proceeded a dozen
steps on his way from the station
when a man concealed behind a freight
car commenced firing on him at
range of only eight or ten feet. He
was shot in the arm and side and
Elliott drew his own revolver and
fired several shots at his assailant, bnt
could not recognize him in the dark
ness. Elliott's friends insist that the
attempted assassination Is traceable to
the bitter policy-war that has been
waged in this. Doniphan county, for a
long time past. Elliott had been ar
rested for libeling a political opponent.
but escaped imprisonment, tlllott is
a prominent fusionlst. and was execu
tive clerk under Governor Leedy.
2J0T A PAPER FOR SAINTS.
Topeka Capital Will Be for tbe People
Who Live Here. Now.
Topeka. Kas., March 21. General J.
K. Hudson took editorial charge of The
Capital Monday and announced that
the paier would appear yesterday as
before the Sheldon experiment a
newspaper, with emphasis on "news."
"It will not be a Sheldon paper," he
said last night, "but a paper for
people now on earth. '
General Hudson called the local staff
to his desk yesterday and told them
to "hustle" around and clean up all
the political convention news which
the paper was kcooihnJ on last week.
and to see to it that the three Repub
lican congressional conventions to be
held at Atchison. Hayes City and Em
poria were fully reported.
Sharkey Failed To Be on Time.
New York, March 21. Bob Fitzslm
mons appeared at the Delavan House
at lO o'clock yesterday with his forfeit
of $5.(KX. as agreed on last night. Aft
er waiting half an hour, and Sharkey
not appearing, Fitzsfmmons said be
declared the fight with Sharkey off.
Martin Julian, representing the Tnck-
ahoe club, was present with a certified
check for $5.001. offering Oi per cent
of the gross receipts for the fight
Fltzslmmons said to Julian that he
would accept this offer and fight any
man Julian would select. Julian asked
Fitzsimmons to name a man. Fits
Simmons named Kid McCoy.
Held a Nationalist Banqnvt.
London. March 21. At a Nation
alist banquet at the Hotel Cecil in Lou
don last evening John Redmond, lead
er of the Nationalist party In the com
mons, presided, and said: "Our re
unlou is sincere, and there Is nothing,
humanly speaking, which the eighty-
six Irish members of parliament can
not obtain from the exigencies of the
British parties." He was followed by
Edward Blake. M. P.. who spoke amid
npronr. during which the stewards
were sent for to. secure quiet. A scrim
mage followed and blows were ex
changed. After a sharp tussle quietude
Central Base Bait fveag-oe.
Springfield. Ills.. March 21. A meet
ing of the managers of the clubs com
posing the Central Base Ball League
was held here yesterday. Decatur,
Bloomington. Terre Haute. Danville
and Peoria being represented. A fran
chl.se was given to the North End Ath
letic club, of this city, which completes
the organization of the league of six
clubs. It was decided to open the sea
son May 1. and close Sept. 18.
"Roc ke feller- Ticket Elected.
New York. March 21. In the village
election In North Tarrytown. West
chester county, yesterday the "Rocke
feller" ticket, so called liecause stip
ported by John D. and William Rocke
feller, was elected by 200 majority.
The Rockefellers were fighting what
they considered unfair taxation.
Wife Murder and Suicide.
Manitowoc. Wis.. March 21. Frank
Shadd and wife were found dead at
their home, eighteen miles from here.
yesterday. Death was caused b3 shoot
ing. ballet holes being found in both
bodies. The supposition is thaf Shadd
killed bis -wife and then committed
Bubonic Plague Grows Deadlier.
Calcutta. March 21. The bubonic
plague Is fast Increasing. In Bengal
4.725 deaths ocenrred last week. The
viceroy. Ixrd Curzon, yesterday visited
the medical college, which is in one of
the Infected districts of Calcutta.
Sultan Succumbs to Cxar.
Ixmdon. Mareh 21. The Constanti
nople correspondent of The Times an
nounces that the sultan has yielded
"in all essential particulars" to the
Rusisan demands respecting railway
concessions In Asia Minor.
1TEWS FACTS US OUTLINE.
Germany will co-operate with the
United States in protecting American
missionaries in China.
The Duke de la Torre denies the re
port of bis engagement to Miss Sylvia
Green, daughter of Mrs. Hetty Green.
Mrs. Matilda B. Carse has engaged
Miss Mary II. Rossiter, a professional
canvasser, to supervise a house-to-house
canvass to raise funds to pay
off the debt on the Chicago W. C. T.
Tom Powers, an animal trainer at
Mlddleton's museum. Chicago, was
badly Injured by Queen, a lioness on
exhibition there. They had to kill the
animal to rescue Powers.
A summer festival will be held at
Watertown, Wis., July 4 and 5.
The will of Philip D. Armour. Jr
has been proved and admitted to pro
bate. The estate is estimated at
Dr. McGiffert, of Union Theological
seminary, baa withdrawn from the
Ten thousand Porto K leans assem
bled In San Jnan and submitted to the
governor general a petition to congress
protesting against further delay In net
tling tbe tariff question.
French council of war has made out
elaborate mobilization plans.
Bulgaria and Roumanla having dis
agreed over an Island in the Danube,
the former country has decided to sub
mit tbe dispute to & board of arbitra
Russia's enure Black sea fleet was
mobilized la ten days aa an expert
ELECTION BY LUTHERANS.
Conference at Moline Chooses Synod Dele-
Kates and Orphanage Directors.
Yesterday at the Swedish Luth
eran conference in Moline dele
gates were elected to the Augustana
ynod. which convenes in June at
Bnrliogton, Iowa. Directors for the
orphanages at Joliet and Andorer
were elected. j.ne directors are:
From Joliet, to serve for three
rears. Rev. A. W. Stark, Rev. C. A.
Peterson. P. i.- Hilstrom. Rev. G
Lundahl was 'elected for two years to
fill a vacancy.
From Andover, to serve for three
years. Rev. A. Edsren, P. Yesterlund
Following are the delegates and
alternates selected from part of the
Rock Island District A. Edgren,
C. Svenson, P. Edquist. C. Bjorkman,
F. Bengston. . C. W. Foss, . Setter
dahl, J. B. Idstroui, J. Kraft; al
ternates. A. Grant, S. A. Peterson,
Andrew Peterson. v
North Chicago District G. K.
Stark. S. A. Sandahl. S. F. Carlson.
A. G. Lindholm; alternates. J. Ilult,
O. W. Blomgren, J. E. Johnson.
South Chicago District G. Lun
dabl. J A. Eckcrman; alternates, A.
P. Foss, Paul Kjarstrom.
West Chicago District M. C. Ran
seen, J. Yibclius. P. Anderson; alter
nates. J N. Brandelle, S. II. Newman,
Gustaf A. Anderson.
The Average Rock Island Citlsen Must
Accept the Truth.
The great Sir Isaac Newton, one of
the most profound reasoners the world
ever produced, once cut a large hole
In a board fence to allow a favor
ite cat access to two gardens, and
cut a smaller bole to allow her kitten
to follow her. The weakness mani
fested in Sir Isaac's action was due to
want of thought. Any reader who
will mentally debate the proof offered
here about Doan's Kidney Pius and
arrives at any other conclusion than
that stated in this citizen's statement
is as short of reasoning powers as the
philosopher when he turned carpen
W. H. Thompson, photograph
er, corner Second avenue and Twenti
eth street, living at 2109 Third ave
nue, ears: "1 noticed for some time
a sluggishness of my kidneys. The
secretions from them were highly col
ored, contained a sediment and had
an offensive odor. To my mind, it
was a forerunner of kidney complaint,
and anxious to get rid of it before
further complications set in. more
difficult to check, when 1 heard about
Doan's Kidney Pills I obtained a box
at Marshall & Fisher's drug store.
took them as directed. In a short
time the troubles disappeared and the
kidneys performed their functions
properly. My wife also used Doan's
Kidney Pills and is as firm a believer
in their merits as I.
Doan's Kidney Pills for sale by all
dealers. Price 50 cents. Mailed by
Foster-Milburn company, Buffalo. N.
i.. sole agents for the united estates.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
March 19 Eric Erickson to G. Hen
ry Sohrbeck and George W. Sohrbeck,
lot 7. block 25, old town of Moline,
20 David R. Hoover to A. C.
Paltnui9t. w!, lot 3, block 1, Dim
ock & Baldwin's add., Moline, $1,050.
Thomas C. Lewis to Sarah J. Mc-
Connell, lot 17. and part lot 16, block
9, Wait & Walker's first add, Rey
For Over Fifty Tears
Mrs.. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens tho crums
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is tbe best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
A Little Known Fact.
That the majority of serious dis
eases originated in disorder of the
kidneys, ioley a Kidney cure is guar
anteed. Try it today if you're no
feelinz well. All druggists
Licensed to Wed.
James 8. Raker Cordova
Miss Ada Ii. Genung. Coe
Daniel erxton Lexington, Iowa
Mls Mary StrausUy Illotsourg. Iowa
WUl Win Kobke Moline
Bed a Nelson , Moline
In speaking about Scott's
Emulsion for children, you
should not forget that it con
tains mo and soda, just
what the child must have to
form strong bones and good
teeth. It's this forming time
you want to look after.
Growing bodies must have an
easily digested Cat Just think how
much of it there b in milk, as cream.
is even more easily digested than
cream. If s surprising how chil
dren thrive when given it.
Don't keep the children living on
the edge of sickness all the time.
Make them strong and rugged,
plump and hearty. Scott's Emul
sion of Cod-liver Oil and the Hypo
phosphites of Lime and Soda will do
this for them,
At tQ dmrri'-u ; ex. sad Si jo.
SCOTT A bo WS E. CVrnisti. fc'sw York.
with throbbing head and aching bones, nervous, restless and
unable to sleep, the weary victim of La .Grippe is ready to make
almost any sacrifice if he can but get relief from his suffering.
Why not try Dr. Miles' Nervine? It is the best medicine in the
world for nervous troubles, and you know grip is a disease of the
nerves. Dr. Miles' Nervine quickly eradicates the grip germs
and overcomes the depressing effects of ..the disease. It quiets
and soothes tho nerves, invigorates the appetite, adds fresh life
and vigor to the system and prevents the terrible after affects, as
pneumonia, heart disease, nervous prostration, insanity. Get a
bottle from your druggist and be convinced.
"I was flat down with the crip when I bepan talcing Dr. Miles' Nervine and
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills. I had been trying to fight it away for several days.
The Anti-Pain Pills stopped my fever in a few minutes and the Nervine made
me feel so good I could go to sleep the first night. In four or five days the dizzi
ness in my head was all gone, my appetite was good, my nervousness had disap
peared and I felt like a new man. From that time on I grew stronger every dav,
and I found that Dr. Miles' Nervine not only cured the grip, but also my head
ache and neuralgia which I had had for years.
CHAS. J. Svejda, 350 National Ave, Milwaukee, Wis.
Is sold at all drug stores on a positive guar
antee. Write for free advice and booklet to
Dr. Miles Medical Company,
How a Woman
Eowkix, Iiro., Nov. M.
I will always praise Wine of Cardal. It
hss done me mors rood tbsn all tbe medi
cines I hsve ever tslcen in my life. Plesse
send a book about female diiaaiss to the
ladles whose namss I enclose.
Mrs. MINNIE BTODQHILL.
It isn't necessary for a woman to give particulars. When she says
she has "female troubles", other women know what that means. It
means days and nights of endless suffering. It means headaches which
no tongue can describe. It means that terrible bearing and dragging
down in the lower abdomen. It means agonizing backache, and shoulder
ache, and arm ache, and aches in the lower limbs. It means nerves on
edge the blues despondency and loss of hope. It means debilitating
drains that the doctors call leucorrhoea. It means martyrdom some
times even death seems preferable. And still Wine of Cardui will utterly
LADIES AIVISSIT IPAITMEIT. I
For sdvlcs In cmm rrqnlrtn .pedal
ou-Rctions. addraw, rlvlnc avinptom..
amicus co ensttanooas. Turn.
tbe Change of Life, this Vegetable Wine is a blessing.
Druggists Sell Large Bottles for $1.00.
POMIIvrtr OUADANTttD TO RtMODt frtr MaIO
PFLVlMS Mill f FOM FALLING OUT CUPtS D.NDFUff PFEVtMS BALDNESS
cum tti scar otstisis 4s rs mi iron crust for sau by d uscim
RUSSIAN CHEMICAL COMPANY. CHICAGO.
For sals In Bock Island by W. H. Marshal!. Dretrlst. Hsrper Hoas Pharmacy.
For Sale at Harper House Pharmacy.
Beauty Is Uppermost
Is the work of the Kock Island
Steam Laundry. By modern
methods and careful and skilled
help their laundry work Is the best
that Is turned out In this vicinity.
Their services is prompt and pa
trons are treated with courtesy.
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY.
BADERSFELD & SEXTON. 1814 Third Ave.
put those diseases and pains to rout
it nas cured thousands of cases
when nothing else on earth would.
To the budding woman, to the
bride, to the wife, to tbe expectant
mother, to those roirie throurh
The OM Fashioned Pumps,
Are rapidly being replaced by
pumps. of modern construction
We make a specialty of this sort
of work, and want to furnish
estimates to everybody. Wo
have special facilities and we can
afford to give special terms.
112 West Seventeenth . Street
sr-j t til n.