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THE AKGTTS, MONDAY. JTJXE 25, 1900.
Published Dally tad Weekly at ISM Be ootid
Avenue, Bock Island. HL Entered M the
Fostomee a Second -clsaw matter.
TBI IJJQ Or W. rOTTKK.
TERMS Daily, 10 cents per week. WswJdy,
1.00 per annum in advance.
All communications of political or arrumea
tatlve character. political or religious, mnat
bare real name attached for publication. No
nek article will be printed over fictitious Sig
natures. Correspondence solicited from rverr town
blp la Boek Island county.
MoNDAT, JCXE 25.
State's Attorney 3. R KEN WORTHY
Circuit Clerk ANDREW C. DOW
Coroner J. E. LARK IN
Surveyor GEORGS F. McNABNEY
Who is going to pay far this broken
Mai:k Uasna will now be compel!
cu to mark time.
The democratic state convention
meets at Springfield tomorrow.
Do your part toward aiding Rock
island's new theatre enterprise.
Pill up the Hag pull down the
swag." seems to be the favorite re
publican campaign err.
Sati kdav night's republican dem
onstration in Kock Island was what
might be termed a fierce fizzle.
Tm: republican national platform
lacks the starch to stand a hot sum
mer campaign. But it is appropriate
considering the chief wearer.
Fono as the average republican is
of lurid oratorical features, it took the
real fireworks to break up the show in
Kock Island bat unlay night.
Rkitblican orators are getting
their voice in training to'puUthe
proper tremble on the demagogical
exclamation, "Who 11 dare pulldown
Nine hundred and sixty-three bal
lots were taken in the democratic con
gressional convention in the Sixteenth
district before an adjournment was
taken without choice to July Jl.
Ium-k IsLASu it a city whicn in a
presidential year furnishes a republi
can majority of something like oUU
Hence Saturday night's fiasco may be
taken as a fair criterion for the pre
vailing party enthusiasm this year.
It looks as if the f nnereal expression
of conntenance would be the main re
publican characteristic in the forth
coming campaign. Kock Island rep
resentatives of the party have set the
pace proper in this respect.
Flriit and Last. t
The first republican convention was
held in Philadelphia in 1856. It nom
inated Fremont and Dayton.
They were defeated.
The last republican convention was
held in Philadelphia in 19UO. it nom
inated McKinley and Roosevelt.
They will be defeated.
The parallel must be carried out on
the theory that history repeats itself.
I.Ike a Frost 1'pon the Country.
.The proceedings of the Philadelphia
convention created scarcely a ripple
of interest among the people. Sat
urday night's fizzle was no exception
in this respect. This was the case
not only in Rock Island, but every
where that reports have been received
from. Even in Philadelphia and in
the convention hall there was no
manifestations of the enthusiasm that
usually accompanies national conven
tions. Spectacular incidents were
prepared and introduced, but without
effecting any special demonstration
of applause." The reading of the plat
form was a signal for H general stam
pede, even of delegates, from the hall,
and it was received with disgust by
the republicans elsewhere. The nom
inating speeches were received list
lessly and the nomination of the can
didates did not create the applause
that similar events were greeted
with in previous national conven
tions. These statements are cold facts
not the invention of opposition
sources or partisan malice. Wil
liam E. Curtis, of the Chicago
Record, who was present at the con
vention and whose republicanism will
not be questioned, in speaking of the
convention and nominations in a spe
cial to his paper for Friday's issue,
says: "I don't remember ever before
attending a convention in which there
was so little enthusiasm. The crowd
waked up today more than yesterday
and thetiay previous, but everything
that was done was either dull or had
been thoroughly anticipated in the
newspapers, so that there was no sur
prises and very little excitement.
The demonstration when Mr. Mc
Kinley was nominated was hearty and
prolonged, but it was insignificant
compared with that at St. Louis four
vears ago. and those we have seen at
previous conventions where the nomi
nation was contested. Unanimity is
a good thing, no doubt, on such oc
casions, but it isn't exciting, and it Is
difficult to work one's emotions up to'
a very high pitch over acts that have
called for no energy. The most nota
ble exhibition of enthusiasm was dur
ing Mr. Depew's speech, lie was en
tertaining, got oT some good jokes
and stories the only ones that were 1
heard in the convention and the
audience expressed its appreciation.
"The most conspicuous ornaments
on the platform were Abner alchaniey
and two bunches of scarlet peonies as
big as bushel baskets on either side of
the president's tabid. I never before
saw dowers used for decorations at a
presidential convention, but here they
have been abundant, and the corners
of the hall were filled with palms and
other ' foliage plants." And this fs
the way a republican correspondent
of a republican newspaper talks about
the republican convention. How
coldly the proceedings and resnlts of
the convention have fallen npon the
conntry may be partly explained by
the indifference and disgust that pre
vailed in the convention hall.
NEWS FACTS IN OUTLINE.
Senator Hamxa Is at home. Cieve
land, where he will take a rest before
getting down to campaign work.
By the explosion of a steam boiler
In a little grist mill near Williams
burg. K.v.. Riley liroyles, the owner,
and his daughter Carrie, aged 15, were
Indications are that the Birmingham
(Ala.) district is to witness a general
coal miners' strike on July 1.
The steamer Nyanz.i, ore-laden. Is
hard aground at I'oiiit Abino, twelve
miles from Buffalo.
Tlic Inventory of the estate of Itufus
Wright, the tire manufacturer killed In
the Iceland hotel. Chicago, last April,
hows his property to be worth $1,
txrtMmo. John M. Oats was commissioned
ixistmaster at Honolulu by mistake in
stead of his brother Joseph. The error
w ill be rectified.
Madrid papers suspect that England
is planning the conquest of Spain.
Argentina Is to issue jvt.K.jO.fMM) of
paier at 4 per cent, to pay off the
Mendoza foreign debt.
Count I.amsdorff will succeed Count
Mrs. Dewey has lwught Big Fish Isl
and, at Chester, Xova Scotia, for a
Richard Croker arrived from Eng
land Saturday on board the Cunard
line steamer Litem ia.
While Jack Raybonrn
at John MctHll. In A. II.
try stable at Clay, Ky.
Fklnner and killed Mm.
, a bullet hit
The Ravenna and Inverness each
brought down 16 Btrings of logs.
lne stage of water at the bridge at
6 a. m. was"1.70 and at noon it was
1.75. The temperature at noon today
Boats down were the Duke, Scotia,
Pilot, Verne Swain and Winona; up
the Mussar, West Rambo. Winona,
Duke. iUeergie S., Bart E. Linehan,
Glenmont, Park Bluff, Pilot and Verne
The Grand Trunk railway ia the
ideal route for summer travel, reach
mjr with its own lines or direct con.
nections all the popular resorts the
Muskoka and Kawartha lakes. Lake
of Bays (Highlands of Ontario) Niag
ara Falls, St. Lawrence river and rap
ids. Inousami Islands, White moun
tains and the seacoast resorts of the
l or copies of illus; rated tourist lit
erature, rates and full information.
apply to J. 11. Burgis. 249 Clark
street, corner Jackson boulevard,
IIIS LIFE SAVED
By Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar
! am sure tnat unamoeriain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
at one tunc saved mv . life,' says A
K. Lafalette, of Gregory Landing,
Clark county. Mo. "I was in sach
bad shape that the doctors said I
could not live. When I was at the
lowest ebb, one of my neighbors
brought in a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
and I took it and got instant relief.
I soon got up and around. That was
nine vears ago and I am still in good
health. Since then that medicine has
always been in my house and always
will be. It is the best on earth.
For sale by all druggists.
I BDfia minatory Rheumatism
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind
says: ".My wile naa inflammatory
rheumatism in every muscle and
joint; her suffering was terrible and
her body and face were swollen al
most bevond recognition; had been in
bed for six weeks and had eight phy-
ians, but received no benefit until
she tried the Mystic Cure for Rheu
matism. It grave immediate relief
and she was able to walk about in
three days. I am sure it saved her
life." Sold by Otto Grotian, 1501
Second avenue. Rock Island; Gust
Scblejrel & Son, 220 West Second
Uulck Relief tor Asthma.
Miss Maud Dickens, Parsons. Kas
writes: "1 snnered eight vears with
asthma in its worst form. I had sev
eral attacks during the last year and
was not expected to live through
them. I began using Foley's Honey
and Tar. and it has never failed to
give immediate relief." All drug
gists. Washington. ' D. C, Genesee Pure
Food company, Le Roy, N. Y. Gen
tlemen: Our family realize so much
from the use of Grain-O that I feel I
most say a word to induce others to use
it- If people are interested in their
health and the welfare of their chil
dren they will nse jo other beverage.
I have usea them all. but Grain-O I
have found superior to anv, for the
reason that it is solid grain. Yours
for health- C. F. Mters.
A fatal oolicT is to neo-Wt a back
ache or other sign of kidnev trouble.
Foley's Kidney Cure is a sure remedy
for Bright's disease, diabetes and
gravel. All druggists.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
Father Thomas Mackin went
Mrs. Jennie Allen left for Atkinson
Mrs. James Mnrphy, of Milan, has
gone to Chicago.
Prof. J. H. L'ght has gone to Quin-
cy for a few days.
Mrs. J. W. Jones has gone to spend
a week at Chicago.
James McMahon, of 1'eeria,, is vis
iting in this city.
Mrs. N Wiifcite went to Briar BIuiT
today to visit her mother.
Miss Lizzie McGraw and Mrs. Je ff
London went to Crampton tsday.
Mrs. M. Greenhill and Mrs. J. J
Williams went to Chicago today.
S. S. Chamberlain, of Panama, Iowa
is stopping with friends in the city.
Mrs. S. D. Cleland and Mrs. C. D
McLane have gone to Aledo to visit.
'Mrs. N. Inihof has gone to visit her
son, F. Roger, at Fort Sheridan, III.
QMrs. E. P. Darrow leaves tomorrow
for a month's visit at Brooklyn, Iowa.
Oscar Frazar left yesterday for An
aconda, Mont., to visit his grandpar
ents. Theodore Blakesley has gone to
Geneva Lake, Wis., to spend the sum
G. M. Strandberg, of Peoria, is here
visiting friends in this city and Mo
line. Mr. and Mrs. George Wabbe, of St.
Louis, arrived today for a visit to
Charles Warner, of St. Panl, is vis
iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. J. D. Collier has gone to join
her husband at Scranton, Iowa, their
Henry Burris has gone to Chicago
to attend a meeting of the trustees of
the Masonic home.
Mrs. C. J. Southcott has returned
home to Shelbyville, 111., after a visit
with relatives 'here.
Dr. F Potter Smith has gone to
Canada, where he will be married
Wednesday of this week.
Mrs. Bruno J. Staubach and son
have gone to Clinton, Iowa, to spend
a few days with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Drack, who
have been visiting in the eastern
cities, returned Saturday.
Miss Libbie McConochie, of Chicago,
is a guest at the home of Mayor and
Mrs. William McConochie.
J. Frank Kane, who isagent for the
Milwaukee road at Sioux City, Sun
dayed with his parents here.
Mrs. Harriet J. Judd left last even
ing for Chicago for an extended visit
with Her daughter, Mrs. J. II Kinney.
Miss Alice Robinson has returned
to her home at Omro. Wis., after a
visit with her brother, Roy Robinson.
The second concert in the summer
series, arranged by Albert Petersen's
orchestra, will be given at the Watch
Tower next Thursday evening.
W. S. Grove, who is now located at
Little Rock. Ark., is visiting old friends
in Port Byron, his former home. Mr?
Grove comes for a visit next month.
County Clerk H. B. Hubbard left
tnis xtiorniDg lor uamou, h. it., wn.?r
he will niijet Mrs. Ilubkird and sp:iil
a weefe fit , the resorts of that region
Mrs. J. F. Kell departed yestcr-iiv
for Sfiu rraneisco, troru wuch pout
sbu sails on the transport drant .Jiny
1 for .Uami-i to join Uer Misuand, Ueu
Miss Elizabeth Murray, of Colorado
Springs, passed through this morn
ing on her way to Peoria. She will
shortly return to this city to visit
Hon. E. W. Hurst, who went to
Springfield today to attend the state
convention, will not return to Kock
Island until after his visit to Paris
Mrs. Hurst leaves Wednesday night
for New York, where she will join her
husband for their trip abroad.
Messrs. William McEnirv, E. W
Hurst. J. T. Stafford. C. B. Marshall,
and W. II. Laniont, of this citv; M. J.
McEnirv. of Moline, John Schafer and
C. C. Coyne, of Port Byron, and J.
H. Foster, of Drurv, took the morn.
ing Peoria train for Springfield to at
tend the democratic state convention.
The following party leaves here
next Saturday for Geneva Lake, Wis.,
for a month s outing: Kev. w. S.
Marquis and Dr. A. II. McCandlcss,
of this city, and their families; Dr. A.
F. McCandless and family, of Holton.
Kas.. and Dr. H. A. McCandless and
family, of Perry 'Okla.
Chicago and Retain.
f 4 yj to unicacro ana return n&
C , R. I & P. on Jane 25. 26 and 27.
good for return np to and includ
ing July 2. Seven through trains
daily. Fastest time, best service.
Gomes from Dr. D. B. Cartrile, of
Washita. I. T. He writes: -Electric
Bitters has cured Mrs. Brewer of
scrofula, which had caused her great
suffering for vears. Terrible sores
would break out on her head and face.
and the best doctors could (rive no
help; but now her health is excel
lent." Electric Bitters is the best
blood purifier known. It's the su
preme remedy for eczema, tetter, salt
rheum, ulcers, boils and running
sores. It stimulates liver, kidneys
and bowels, expels poisons, helps di
gestion and builds op the strength.
Only 50 cents. Sold bj Hartz &
Ullemeyer, drufrgiata. Guaranteed.
l T! 1st la ttisWran Bss2
wj to cure Catarrh is to
.fctn.i:t !M v. e, bt;th of which are ol j-.--tionable: one clcss consist cf internal
ft dieses Pi-.d r.ruf, si !ieu as Fpra: , vapors.imprcjrnated cir.ctc.-iiciistep;
iuf.c:y the gsttr.s. czvslng tbeir to lis dorcza at for a greater or less length of
'itre, w: cn . hey icviye ar.d continue their breeding, their irritation and their
icsirt cti. n. This is v. by so many trectn:er.ts of Catarrh give temporary relief
;i:d reuse tl.e rctwi t 'cr a time to ihirk l.e has I ten cured.
The rthfT class of treat mrr.tsvonsists cf surgical work the knife, burning,
leetiieity, etr. v.-h'.il; often rrsult in troubles wcrce even than Catarrh itstlf,
n3 v Lie!; fail even to kill the germs in a majority of cases.
Dr. Geo. Leininger's FORMALDEHYDE INHALER kills the germs without
.jjming the mucous membrane,-ar.d also puts the inenilrane in such a conlition
:1 health and activity t!iat new germs of Catarrh entering the body cannot livo
an-J iTceri ia it. Catarrh can 1 e cured Ly this ir.ear.s in every stage, except whi n
there is crtuiil decay of the lurg cells (Cor.sumi tion), and in many cases even this
has been dor.e. There is positively r.o other remedy, drug t r treatment which
will cure Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis, LaGrirpe, and Consumption.
Dr. Geo Lciningf r i FORMALDEHYDE INHALER has opened a ntw era to the medical
profession and the public in the treatnxnt of Catarrh. A few years s$o it was unknown to-day
k is recognized throughout the civilized world as the most powerful germicide and antisepiicevcr
discovrrcd The marvelous cures cfl.-cted by Dr. Geo. Ltinirvjcr's formaldehyde Inhaler have
astonished the ablest medical men of the century. Used, as it is, by inhalation, ail the sir passages
are instantly cleared, cleansed and purified, thereby producing cn absolute cure of all diseases of
the NOSE, THROAT and LL'NGS. Never in the "history of a medicine have th endorsements
been so universal from physicians, and the people who have used thcn find been cored, as with
Dr. Geo. Leiningcr"$ FORMALDEHYDE INHALER. i
SOLD AT ALL DRUGGISTS AT 50c. ON Ai3 ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE
Booklet from jour druggist or will be mailed fro to anyone writing the Dr. Geo. Lcialnger Chemical Co., Clilcajo, Ilia.
WHY IF SUCCEEDS.
Because It'a for Oae Thing Only, and Rock
Island la Learning Thla.
Nothing can be good for everything.
Doing one thing will bring success.
Doau's Kidnev Tills do only ene
They're for siek,kidneys.
They cure backache, everv kidney
Here is Bock Island evidence to
Lou i3 Kange, or 73 beventeentn
street, retired. ea3's: "There is noth
ing like experience to prove the real
worth of a remedy. tor years I sui
fered from kidney troubles, tried dif
ferent remedies and used plasters, but
I got no relief that wa9 permanent
until I used Doan's Kidney Tills.
There was a weakness and such terri
ble pains through my kidneys that I
could not sit down or set up without
feeling terrible shooting . twinges.
Whenever I caught cold it always
settled in mv kidneys and aggravated
the pain. One day I was complaining
about my back to Mr. Wivill. of 1511
Seventh avenue, and he told me tht
Doan's Kidney Pills had cured his
backache and he advised me to try
tl'.r'ui. I bought a supply at Marshall
a Fisher's drug store, in all live boxes,
hp. I I found them just as my friend
li::d represented. They relieved the
ptin in my back and restored the ac-j
tieu of the ki lneys."
For sale by till dealers. Price 50
cents. Fo.-rc Milburn company. Buf
falo. N. Y. , -"'.e agents for the Unit i
llcmemlier the name Doan's anl
take no substitute.
Yes, August Flower still has
largest sale of any medicine in
civilized world. Your mothers
grandmothers never thought of usiDg
anything else for indigestion or bil
iousness. Doctors were scarce, and
they seldom beard of appendicitis,
nervous prostration or heart failure,
etc. They used August Flow
er to clean out the system and stop
lermentation of undigested food, reg
ulate the action of the liver, stimulate
the nervous and organic action of the
system, and that is all they took when
feeling dull and bad with headaches
and other aches. Yon only need a
few doses of Green's August Flower,
in liquid form, to make yon satisfied
there is nothing serious the matter
with you. Sample bottles free at T. H.
For Over Fifty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
Fatal mistakes are made by those
who do not heed the earlier svmp-
toms of kidney or bladder trouble
that often end in Brie ht's disease or
diabetes. ben Foley s Kidney Cure
makes the kidneys well, how foolish
it is to delay. All druggists.
LOST AND FOUND.
T OST A POINTER PUP WITH BROWN
XI bead. Finder Diea.se return to Ted Hfn-
rtch.se n. 602 E gateentb street, and receive re
. A d minis Era tor's ZTotte.
Estate or .Nra Murpbv. deecasAd.
The umderngned bavins; oeen appolcted ad-
mtnlctratrtx of the estate of Nora Murphy,
late of the county of Kock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that she
will appear oerore the county court or mock
Ici.n4 county, at the county court room. In the
city of Roek Island, at the July term, ob
the first Monday In July next, at which
time ail persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to attend, for
the purpose oi nanng tne same aa justeo.
Ill persona inaeDtea to saia estate are re-
oested to make Immediate payment to the
Dum tnisistsi oar or May, a. u. im
UlMiiR ItcCAarr. Administratrix.
JacKsosr h. Hcmt.
Attorneys for Administratrix.
it has passeds
into the early
m ia am rm
b no n
kill the germs.
There ore two classes of
WANTED BOARDERS AT 53S TVESTI
flT ANTED BO A RDERS
and board at 2229 Fourth avenue.
WANTED AT THE HARPER. BKLL
boys: must be industrious and reliable.
ANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR C5ENER4L
housework. Ennui -e I8(7 Filth avenue.
WANTED-A GIKI FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply at 517 Nineteenth
WANTED BOY ABOUT 13 OS if, TO
work about a store. Address "V. 50,"
Abu us office.
WANTED FURNISHED ROOM AND
board out of town by a young lady. Ad
dress ' W. H.," Akgcs office.
WANTED TWO OR THREE Ft'BNISH
ed rooms, centrally located, suitable for
lijttt housekectinr. Address "C. G," Artfus.
f XT ANTED GOOD, RELIABLEOEL S ALES
v V man. on commission orsalary. Address
Quaker OU and Implement company, Cleveland,
WANTED tJOOD-SlZKD BOY. OWNING
wheel, to learn photograph business.
itust ie willing to travel,
iToo aecond avenue,
WANTED TO TR DK A NEW GO-QART
for a rubber-tired baby carriage in
Inquire at 2512 Elruth-und-a-
IXANTED BOARDERS: LARGE FRONT
T T room for two one of the best locations
fn tlv t ry. All
modern conveniences. 1303
VfANTED TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
tV solicitors for Rock Island. Permanent
posHuns. 69 Mitchell
& Lynda building, be-
kween & and 9 p.m.
IT ANTED LADY DEMONSTRATORS
and sites ladies Pleasant and perma
nent position. Address. S. H. K , In care of
Lowns Hotel. Davenport.
T AN TED LOCAL SOLICITINa AGENT
T v for accident insurance; one wbo ean de
rote sufficient time to the business to make It
profitable. Address "E M.." Argus.
WANTED A FEW MORE BOARDERS
could be accommodated at 1411 Fourth
avenoe. centrally located, nice clean rooms,
home cooking and modern conveniences.
ANTED SITUATION AS COACH-
perienced with horses: references given if re
quired. Address "B 100." care of Abacs.
YTTANTTD PARTY WITH
rxo TO WOO
in a novelty
V v to take a half interest
useful in everv family: t,ells at sight. Can
clear from ffiOO to pet month. Please In
rcbtlirate. Address "UenEon,'' care A Burs.
WANTED A SMALL AMBITIOUS LADY,
vnder 25 years of age, to travel under
ladv mnnaier's care: must be thoroughly re'
pectai)e and really In need of work: expenses
advanced: steady wort. AddreiK aa eslady.
TBI ABC. IS.
TTT ANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO
v v sell our incandescent gasoline lamps.
xaen burner produces luu-oanaie power light;
all stores want them: good inducements to re'
Uable salesmen. The Ohio Illuminating com
tTT ANTED TO LOvAN MONET ON DIA
TT monds, watches, jewelry, hardware,
cnsleal Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
foods, furniture, etc. Highest cash prices
:sia lorseoona nana gooas or ail ainas also.
rte above goods for sale at half the usual
i to re prices. AU business transactions strictly
aoccdentlal. His new number and location,
10XB beoona avenue, uon iorget it. j. w
(ones. Two rings on 1S47.
"VJOTED TRANE MEDIUM JUST AR-
r.ved from the south. Satisfaction given
in business, love affairs, etc.
Located at 817
Fourth avenue. Rock 1 si anil.
mHE MOST NOTED GERMAN MEDIUM
JL and Independent si ate writer has perma
nently located to Daveonort andean dailv be
consulted on all questions of life at IlmS Har
PSYCHO MAGNETIC HEALER.
PROF. A. L. THOMPSON TREATS ALL
chronic diseases. Consultation free.
1977 Fourth avenue, Rock Iaiand, ILL prof.
A. L. Thompson.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT,
on aay kind of security Alio cboiee
property for sale and rent. Yt . X Coyne,
00 Seventeenth street, up stairs.
JirOXEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
ill. gage loans by W. H .Eastman, 1712 beo-
Oed avenue, without pobilty or remorsi. Be
asso makes ooileetlocs hard ones a specialty.
DR. GEO. LEINENGER'5
r rm nina sssnass n bT r-m rau I ' 4
31 ALE Ft
j The Ifoct Eminent Practitioners cf ti.e
United States Erdcrss this
Oo. T. TliTrlpy. M. I.. Professor of I.ur.e nrd
TlirtKU disrwMvii Cliiraco tli;iiril School, tt-v
lr.rit.t Clinii-Jtl No!o! iu tlx world, writine i
l'r. ti-o. l-plnmetr. vs: -'I Iistc lxvn nit k
your rorninldi-liydn lr.i.:il r tor l atxrrls. A-I'i-tna
, r.inn'lu:i. Hay rVvi r iir.d PttuT
Throat and l.itns 0i-p;is-s. I i"iiod n
supei lor to any reuscdy s-o fr.r discovered."
J. V. Shultz. M. !.. rri1n? f the rmiuM f
of Health of k'liUu. iu willing ot l"orni:iMt -liydfsays:
! rm Kjiii.-fu-l tliiit ho now have u
aijsoluU; Mt tor consutnpli.iii."
Pr. Chas. A. rehm. of ttief'liioaco Health IV
rnrtnient. sys: ""l h;iv lived your Koi liuild--hdt
liiluiler jind found it of tli crpan'sl
in tV.iarrh.il lisoaps of tha n.-e and rpspiin
t.iry orp-.ns. 1 consider it the txv-t Inhaler oa
the market to-l;iy."
Dr. J. W. Tfk, City rtiysi-i;in. Tnderndenrr.
Mo., writes: "For e"eetivein's. vmidx-itv . :iOl
ifor.ninv as n divttifeetant. Jour b nriuaMrtiyiie
Generator and Inhaler surpass .".nvtliinv; 1 h"
seen or used. C;.tarr!i, Atli;:a. r.rnnrliiU uri I
ore Throat surrender to U use immedl t-l .
and every iiouM-hoid should vour eiier;iC'r
to banish' aU Renns and render the !i;osplieio
o! their liorces iurc, sweet aad healtiilul."
A Clergyman's Life Saved.
Upt. William Hush, I'astor Tlrst Christian
Church. Hreekenridce. Mo., writes: "Thrinit:i
the rtTorts of a friend I secured on' of 1.-.
Lelnicger s Formaldehyde lahulors, and af.t r
FOR SALE ANEW MODERN COTTAGE
at 90S Fifteenth street.
TIOR SALE FTRST-CLASS PIANO. BAltr
X- gain. It taken at onec Apply Mrs. Frank
Sherman, three doors west of Um street on
FOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN. A GOOD
second-hand buggy and harness. Will be
sold verv reasonably if taken at once,
ut V14 Third avenue.
FOR SALE A FINE. HIGH BUITJiING
lot on Nineteenth street between Elev
enth and Twelfth avenues, cheap for cash.
Address ' I. M.," care ot Akgcs.
ITIOR SALE MODERN RESIDENCE WITH
- lot 80x150, nine rooms, bath room and
laundry.bet ween Eleventh andTwelfth streets
on Fourth avenue. Inquire at Donaldson'a
FOR SALE LOTS IN MCENIRY'S Au
dition by E. J. Burns, room 12. MitcheU &
Lynde building. These lots are on Sixth ave
nue, between Twenty-elpbth and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or fcjrn
street street car lines. Terms to suit pur
chaser. TTIOR. SALE DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
J- lots Schubert & Kluegol are about done
gracing the l'ts 1 cateu on Twelfth street be
tween Tenth anil h.leve ivn .avenufs una ar
now ready to on ir tn same for Mile on easy
terms. As the lots are located right In tow
on one of the best streets, already paved, with
sidewalks lid a d accessible to street ca
facilities also water supply and sewerage, i
would be a benefit to anyone thinking of buy
ing a lot to look over the ground before buying
elsewhere, rur rurtner particulars onll on 11
Schubert. Twelfth street and Seventh avenue
TT10R RENT A LARGE BARN ON THE
X" premises at C-7 Seventeenth street.
1710R RENT A FURNISHED ROOM SUIT
JL1 able for one or two gentlemen, Sb08 Fifth
ana-a-hair avenue. ;
IOR RENT TWO ROOMS FOR TWO GEN
llemen or rn n and wife, with board, if de
sired. Call at 411 Twelfth street.
FOR REST LARGE FRONT ROOM AND
alcove, very nicely furnished; modern
conveniences; 13i9 Second avenue.
CIOR RENT DESK ROOM IN OFFICE AD-
A- vantageously situated. Apply to E. J
Burns, room 12, Mitchell & Lynde build mg.
TT'OK BENT NINE-ROOM HOUSE. MOI-
X; era conveniences, elegant location, pos
session July 12. Call at 820 Forty-third ttroet.
TTOK RENT A COTTAGE ON TWENTY
X" fourth street. Everything first-class
with bathroom. Inquire at 0i '1 wenty fourth
TTIOR RENT TWO FURNISHED ROOMS
A. f r gentleman and wife, or ladies. Kfer
erencrx exchanged. Apply to 1130 Third
IflOR RENT A NEW SIX-ROOM HOUSE
with modern convenience uu carnT of
Eleventh street anl Sixth avenue. Apply
J. O. Beeebcr. too Seventeenta street.
CX)R RENT AT 1229 SECOND AVENUE,
x. large rooms, well furnished: gaa, bath,
team heat. A flrst-olass borne table Best
location in the city. Corner Thirteenth atroet
and Second avenue.
"ATISS ISABEL SIMMON. ARTIST
.lL teacher of drawing and painting. Studio
over Adams art store on Twentieth street.
TENTAL SURGEON DR. J. CLELAND,
J dental surgeon and physician. Mi ocott
street. Davenport, Iowa. Otllce open Satur
day and bunday.
ITtOB SALE COAL IN ANY QUA NIT Y
a. or ou Dusneis or over at sz.7 per ton, ae
Uvered O. O. D. to aoy part of the city
Leave orders at Commercial house barber
shop. Rack Island, or Enos James, Milan
"IJUSINESS OPPORTUNITY IF YOU
J have only a few hundred dollars and want
to engage to a legitimate, steady and perma
nent bus La ess, which will bring large returns
and bear full Investigation, address "F, care
KAGS. RUBBERS. ETC. SEND POSTAL
card or leave word at 2211 Fourth ave
nue If you have any rags, rubber, etc.. to sell.
I will come to your house and pay you from
SO to 74 per hundred for rairv A il calls will re
ceive prompt attention, li. F. Kluggcr.
JP. WILLIAMSON BUYS, SELLS, AND
exchanges ail kinds of second hand goods.
will pay more than any other dealer aid sella
cheaper. All kind of stove reouinog and
eiesning done alo. J. P. WLUiaoiaun, 1413
? YOU WANT TO BUY. SELL, TRADE
or rent anything, engage helo or aeeure a
situation, the Mail Is U.e one paper In Moline
thatcaodo it for you. Mail wants are dodu-
is,r and Mail wants bring results. Ooe-hslf cent
per word Is the pnee to all aiike. cash In ad-1
ranee. 2-eent stamps will do. Evening and I
Sunday Man, MoUae, 111.
Ouras Wlmm all Others Fail.
Kills ifco Germs of
Civj:i it :i trial (or the- past few weeks can tsj
Uv.iX t thlr.k it A most wondorftil discovery. I
was troiiWed wish Catarrh, which wiis. 1 ilitnfc
r i r i : , s.iii.c t. eoiisuiniition. hr.t since the
use of 'the Inhaler 1 am troubled but very llttlw
and am taiiii; e fleh at the rate of S'-, iouud
ler weeJt. 'lhaii'iina you for the remedy nl
wlsliinic von sM success in that createl cf inl
slou. l'.eaiinu the nk. and hol:u my fellow
su te'ers niuv lenrn to avail themselves of tl
opiMM tmiitv to at least enjoy the Me s&iags !
A Prominent Health Departnsni
E. Tt. rr!teiRrd. Soi-retr.ry of Pepaitment of
Ia!;li. t hicaco. savs: "I was siiricr in with an
a iitraviite.' nt'ai k of Catarrhal liiil'ietiza. to
petlier w:in l:.t:an.in::tloli ( the bronchial tuTe
- I used jour Formaldehyde Inhaler a ler
directions, and Meru nced lmn-cd;at rslut,
and in hvs t'.ian a week v as rurrd."
Cured Kis Asthma.
TVrrvCrlsler. of Mavfletd. Kan., says: "I hST.
had the asthma so bad 1 couhl not work or hard
ly liiv down am! rest, hut since r.siiiK your For
maldeiiyde Inhaler I have not missed a day trom
work, and have had no niiack of Allrua, ai' 1
now when I lie donn I resiar.d sleep well."
Cured His Catarrhal Deafmw.
W'm. G. Feritiison. MHnnger of the 11. F. tlo-iil.
rich Co.. "Akron Kuhher Works.-' says: "My
son who suflored from Catarrhal lVnlne-s has
been absolutely cured by the use ot ji ai For
mal J eh y do luhalor."
The Diamond Garment Cutler
school is now open for the inspection
of the ladies. If they will call and
see what is being done by the schol
ars they will appreciate the work.
This is au opportunity the ladies of
Rock Island will never have again
a school brought to their very doors,
thus saving each person who desires
to learn the art of cutting, titling and
making line costumes at least $50
each. "The Diamond Garment Cut
ter" has been a boon to thousands
both rich and poor educating thd
daughters in a useful art, enabling
the family to dress nicely at a moder
ate cost and done its lull share to
wards supplying the comforts and
blessings of a happy home. Ladies,
do not nt-glect this opportunity of
fered hen now, and then regret il
like others who have said: "U! how
I wish that I had taken instructions
when I had the chance."" If our lieM
instructors call on you do not lot
them go away without making a full
explanation ofur work in the school
room, but if they do not call at your
home, come to the room and investi
gate for yourselves. Many are avail
ing themselves of this "opportunity
of a lifetime." Parents, fulfill your
duties to your daughters and teach
them useful knowledge; whereby, if
necessity demands it, they can earn an
honest living and maintain their
womanly dignity. We fully believe
there is not a family in this city own
ing a sewing machine that wiU lot
this opportunity pass after they un
derstand just wbat the "Diamond
Garment Cutter" Is, and that they can make
with It any garment worn In the family with
fierfect ati.sfactlon. It Is a Mirprlse within
tself. If the Indies do not InvestiKate they
wl 1 De sorry. Visitor alwavs weli-ome at Ui4
school, which is open from H:30a. m. till 5 p in.
six days In the week.
WARD BROTHERS. Managers.
Kock Island, III., 21X1 Fonrtli A venae.
' In bottles is the best
and that is wh it
sells you. Try us and
be convinced. Not
in a trust.
Notice Is hereby givn that an election will
be heid on Tuewlav. the aotli day of June A.
1) . iwou. In the city of Kock IkI inl. III., for the
purpose of electing one memier of the board
of education of Kock I-iIand school dlxtrlot for
the term of three yearM.
'i be polling places for said election win be
Fintt. Second and Third Vv ard K rule's
shop. No. I0:t Third aeoue.
Fourth and Firth w si-flu rricv u itautz'a
livery htable. No. liilflTLIrd avenue.
Sixth ana seventn w araa itoesier Diock.
No 3l'rt. Fifth avenue.
Which election will be opena at h o clock
in the morning and continue open until 7
o clock In the afternoon of that day.
The judges and clerks ft election, resldiog
In the preuinctx In which the abve designated
polling pice are Ideated, will be the judges
and cie-k for vKI election.
Itocs Island. Ill . June 14) a. JMiO.
William U'iOonocmr.. Mayor.
Thomas L Sharon,
Nature's cure for cbronio
disease. Hours HMO to 12
a. rn. Consulation free;
other hours by appointment.
814 Third Avenue.
B. & S. Building.