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MOJfDAT, JCLT 2
"To 'Cleveland over Blaine in 1884
by 1.149 plnralitv.
"To Harrison over Cleveland in 1888
by 14,373 plnralitv.
"To Cleveland over Harrison in
1892 by 45.518 plurality.
"To McKinlev over Bryan in 1896
by 268.496 plurality."
It is the plurality of McKinley over
Bryan in 196 that srives tne repuon
cans confidence this year, bat the
Times-Herald dashes ice water over
its party's hopes by calling attention
to tne lact that at tne next election, id
1898, for eovernoi, Roosevelt, with all
bis popularity ana fresh irom tne in
umphs in war, commanded a plurality
or only 13,830. This represents a Jos
. ... - i . . . - i r f
to tne reDuoncans or aoout i'J,w.u
votes in two years. It is certainly
demonstrated that the vote or ew
York is subject to violent and radical
Governor. SAMUEL ALSCHl'LER
Lieutenant Governor ELMER E. PERRY
Secretary of State.... JASfESF.ODONNELL
Auditor GEORGE B. PARSONS
Treasurer M. F. DCNLAP
Attorney General JAMES TODD
Trustees I ..JOSEPH .SCHWARTZ
University of - CHARLW BLISS
Illinois. S Mrs. JULIA HOLMES SMITH
State's Attorney S. R. KENWORTHY
Circuit Clerk ANDREW C. DOW
Coroner J. E. LARKIN
Surveyor GEORGE F. McNABNEY
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
in Sheffield visit
A new and very appropriate name
for the imperialists is "degenerate
No one yet has risen to complain
that the republican national ticket is
It is expected that 50.000 Christian
l.ndeavorers will be at the meeting in
London, July 14.
A oKi:r.si'ONiKNT of a southern
paper has come across an old petition
which was drawn up in the year 1734
by sixteen vouns women of South
Carolina and was addressed to the
governor. The petition stated that.
whereas the widows of the colony
captured all the matrimonial prizes
his excellency's petitioners did hum
bly pray that all bachelors should be
prohibited from marrying widows
Irom that time forth.
The 20th century will have 24 leap
vcars, the greatest number possible.
February will have live Sundays three
times 19i'0, 1984 and 1976. The
earliest possible date on which Easter
can occur is March 12. Ihe last
time it occurred on that date was
1818. The latest date Easter can
occur is April 25. It will eccur but
one time in the coming century on
that date VJ 13. The middle day of
the century will be in January 1, 1951.
There will be 2H0 eclipses during the
AcconiiNi to Washington advices
naval officers there shake their heads
when the accident to the Oregon is
mentioned. It is freely predicted
that she cannot be saved, although
she may be f nd it is ' 'AA,
-vome ugfy U.-r &mZ
S; ., 1 jtswiltorfIe out when the
ciTurt v inquiry to be ordered by Ad
miral Kemer meets. When the Ore
gon ran from San Francisco to Santia
go in 19. and again on her greater
run from Tomokinsville to Manila last
year, she was manned by the pick of
the navy. But when she left Hong
Kong for Taku last week these condi
tions, in the main, were not only ao-tuall-of
thereverse.but notoriously so.
Tnis'is said to be with the exception
of Capt. Wilde, who is a competent
A hoodm bangs over McKinley.
His followers will fear it. It is like
tinging psalms to a dead mule to
try to smoothe away their dread.
The New York Verdict explains it as
follows: "Four times has the occu
pant of the White House been a candi
date for reelection against the man he
rifntl four vears before. Never
yet has the president been successful
in the second contest. John Adams
defeated Thomas Jefferson an even
century ago. Four year later Jeffer
son won pasily over Aaarns. joob
Ouinov Adams made Andrew Jackson
tt the bitterness of defeat. Four
rMr latter Old Hickory' larded the
Wh earth with Adams. Martin Van
nr.n .lefeated William llenrv Har
rison Wai tine his four years'. Har
ri mil defeated Van Buren and left him
easily at the start. Benjamin Har
Htfnipd CroTcr Cleveland in
1888. In 1892 Cleveland beat Har
rison and never turned a bair.
. Four vears arro W ilham Jennings
I Brvan'waa defeated by William Mc
Kinley. This year they will face
each other arafn. And Bryan's will
be the hand that will slant back the
XfcKlnlev brow, and loose and let
down the brutal Hanna jaw."
Mrs. L. Adams is
J. C. McElherne went to Dubuque
Col. II. B. Bunrb. of Cincinnati, is
in the city.
Mrs. J. G. Baer is visiting her par
ents at Mendota.
Charles Strate has returned from a
visit to Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs. George Pratt have re
turned home to Duluth.
Mrs. Robert Bennett, Jr., returned
todav from a visit at Kewanee.
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Mixter have re
turned from their western trip.
Mis Eva Beal has gone for a 2.
week's visit at South Bend, Ind.
Miss Ora Brown left todav for a
visit at her home at Lewiston, 111.
Mrs. II. B. Hubbard and children
have returned from Rock Valley,
Miss Nellie Brown, of Zanesville,
Ohio, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. G.
Mr. and Mrs. John Besore, of Ur-
bana, have been visiting D. B. Sears,
Mrs. K. W. Olmsted and children
have ('one to Lewiston. I I.. for
Mrs. J. Hanson arrived from Au
rora this morning on a visit to Mrs.
W. A Li scorn.
Mrs. Amelia Mungal left this morn
ing with her children for a visit at
Oshkosh, W is.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fauberer and
family have gone to Dubuque for a
couple of weeks.
Mrs. L. F. Ward and two daughters
left this morning for Creston, Iowa.
on a -weeks' visit.
Joseph Sherman, of South Rock Isl
and, has retured home after a short
visit at Wyoming, Iowa.
Robert Williams, accompanied by his
three children, has gone to Cam or i a.
Wis., for a 2-weeks' visit.
Miss Lucv Kinner has retarjpp.i
. .. .
nome alter a mor- ,J" . with Mrs
A. II. lc:ea 1-, Vu!,..
Springs, is visiting at the home of L
W. Aliam, on fourth avenne.
Mrs. Samuel Bachrach, of Rich
mond. Va.. is visiting at the home of
Mrs. 11 Rice, 909 Twentieth street.
Mrs. Dan Corken and Mrs. Ellen
Normoyle went to Port Byron todav
to attend the funeral of John Schall.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lynch and Er
nest bwanson are here Irom Marion,
Ind., to spend the summer vacation.
John Broomhall has returned for
the summer from Gas Citv, Ind.,
whtre he is employod in the glass fac
A private car bearing President W
H. McDoel. of the Monon road, passed
tbrUigh town this morningenroute to
Ally Johnson, Moline's crack bi
cvcU rider.left last night for Pullman
to rile in the big Chicago road race
. S. B. Hursh, who was one of
tructors at thb teachers' insti
st spring, stopped in the city
M. L. Miles, of Savanna, Ga
s been visiting her son, W. A.
left today for Aurora, from
lace she will return home.
as r- bmaii, u. s. express
er on the Kock island road,
wn from Chicago today with
all to remain over the fourth
The Force Thr-y Exert am Hew Tkey
Are Brakes l'p.
"A log jam Is one of the most for
midable problems we have to encoun
ter in our line of business,' said a Mis
sissippi lumberman. "How they begin
is difficult to explain: A few dozen
logs will become wedged for an instant
In a narrow part of a stream and in
less time than it takes me to tell it
hundreds of others will come swooping
down and pack themselves in an Intri
cate, close knit span, reaching from
Dank to bank, and almost ns solid as
a rock. The force they exert is some
thing marvelous. During one jam in
my section I saw a lot of lugs plunge
under the edge of the blockade, and a
few seconds later they pushed their
way up through the very middle of
the pack, tossing timbers as big
around as a man's waist into the air
like so many toothpicks. The noise
they made as they drove through the
mass was simply deafening. It sound
ed as if the solid earth was being torn
up by its foundations. When the logs
passed under the jam, they were evi
dently caught in such n way as to
still further obstruct the imprisoned
stream and were hurled upward with
all the irresistible energy of millions of
gallons of rushing water.
The breaking of a jam Is a very
ticklish operation and seems to be
largely a matter of instinct with old
rivcrmen. The lines and angles of
fitrain In such n blockade are wj coni-
licated that the best engineer in the
worM Is opt to go wrong in indicatiug
lie proper point of attack. A veteran
umberman, on ihe contrary, will often
take a long look at the mass and then
point out the "key loir.' The key lc
the timber on Mlilch tht strain cen-
ers. and when it is blown out or pried
out. he pack, in almost every Instance
will break up of itself. I bad an old
fellov,- In mj'-pmploy a few years ego
who could locate a key log nine times
ut of ten. lie couldn't read or write,
knew nothing about engineering and
was unable to explain bow be arrived
at his conclusions. He said it 'came
kinder nnch'ral.' " New Orleans
k 11 PI "N rv mm m I "
WANTED GIRT. FOR GENERAL HOCSS
work st 714 Twentj-ttrst street. i
ROBBED OF ITS VIGTIT.1S.
Thousands of Sufferers from Catarrh, Bronchitis,
Asthma and Lung Troubles are Being
tTTANTED BOARDERS. CHOICE ROOM!
f v sad board at S6 Fourth arena, . .
WANTED CANVASSERS. MOWN 8
Tea company. 327 Twentieth street.
pine. Address S.
CAN RUN AN EN
C Young, Kock Island.
TTTANTED TWO GIRLS AND A COOK AT
ivzs second avenue. nirnt a resttu
It cures by inhalation reaching every portion of
the mucous lining of the NOSE, THROAT and
LUNGS killing the germs and healing the tissues.
It is the only germicide ever discovered that positively
kills all disease-breeding germs, but does not hnrm thb
human body. It is an absolute imrossihilitv for
Asthma, Bronchitis, Catarrhal Deafness to
exist within the Nose, Throat or Lungs after a short treat
ment with Dr. Geo. Leininger's Formaldehyde Inhaler.
The Only Positively Guaranteed Cure for Catarrh.
If you have CATARRH you cannot afford to be indiffer
ent to its progress to-morrow may be too late. Our indorse
ment are the voluntary expressions of eminent nhvsicians and
people who have themselves again found life worth living
by gaining perfect health, and who seek to benefit humanity
by their experience.
If you went to the office of a far-famed specialist and
asked him to cure your Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis or Con
sumption, would you follow his advice? We give the
opinion of. the most eminent practitioners of the United
States of the high value of Dr. Geo. Leininger's Solidified
Formaldehyde as the most powerful antiseptic and germa
cide yet discovered.
rTTANTED TO BUY A HORSE Sl'ITA-
ble for use on a coal wairon. E. i:
WANTED A UIRL, F3K WASHINU
dishes at Dan's restaurant, UM'J Second
WA NTED S ITU ATION A S N C RS K t ; I K t .
cr to do light, loui rk by girl 1 4 y ea rs
of atre. Address "A B" this ottlce.
WANTED GOOD. RELIA BLE OIL S A LES
man, on commission orsalary. Address
Quaker Oil and Implementoompany.CleTeland,
ANTED A COUPLE
out board Enst end preferred
2, The a hics.
IVTANTED TWO OR THREE GIRLS
oan Bet employment, at good wares at
the Gem laundry,
ready for work.
Tuckday mornlntr. App j-
WANTED TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
solicitors for Rock Island. Permanent
lions. 69 Mitchell
iweeo 6 and e p. m.
Lynda bulldlnf , be-
rTTANTED LOCAL SOLICITING AGENT
V for accident Insurance: one who oan do
rote sufficient time to the business to make It
profitable. Address "E M.." A bocs.
TTTANTED HUSTLING AGENTS TO !
sen our incandescent gasoline lamps.
Eaen burner produces 100-candle power light;
all stores want them: good Inducements to re
Jable salesmen. The Ohio illuminating oom
pany, Mansfield, Ohio.
WANTED A POSITION BY A YOt'NCJ
l;idv graduate of tiiizh school iifflne
A Remarkable Enterprise
Is That of the British Doctors at o.
1002 Second Attui. Then Eminent
rhyslcians are UlrlagT Tholr Ser
vices Fre far Three Month
to All Invalids W ho Call
lie fore .Inly IO.
A staff of eminent physicians and
surpeons from the British Medical in
stitute have, at the urgent solicitation
of a large number of patients under
their treatment in this vicinitv, estab
lished a permanent branch o'f the in
stitute in this citv at No. 1002 Second
These eminent gentlemen have de
cided to give their services entirel-.
free for three months (medicine ex
cepted) to all invalids who may call
upon them for treatment between now
and July 10. These services consist
not only of consultation, examination
and advice, but also of all minor sur
llie object in pursuing this course
is to become rapidly and nersonall
acquainted with the'sick and the af
Dieted, and, under no condition what,
ever will any charges l made for any
services rendered for threo months to
all who call before Julv lu-
The doctors treat aU forms of dis
ease and deformities, and guarantee a
cure in every case they undertake. At, '
the first interview a thorough oxami!
nation is made, and, if incurable, vc '
are frankly and kindly told so; i"
advised agaiust spendiug your m,
for useless treatment
Male and female wcaknes" x
and catarrhal deafness, a!a
goitre, cancer, varicocele, ai.. . '
cases of the rectum, are po.
cured by their now treatment. ,
Dr. h. Valentine jfeaton, tho 1
consulting surcreon of the institi
work prefcred. IIua had some experience
and can Kive the best of reference. Address ia in nernnnnl nl.i.rrr
I - I tv
uuice hours from '2
h. j. c.
' Audi's office.
TT ANTED TO LOAN
I t monds.
New Torh'a Democratic Year.
Th Chicago Times-Herald still in
gists that the republican party must
face the probability of losing New
York this year, and is being soundly
berated by the organs for its attitude
Rnt the Times-Herald succeeds ia
showing that nothing is so uncer
tain as the vote of New York; that it
has time and time again deserted the
renublicans when they were conti
dentlv counting upon securing the
majority. The following brief record
of the pluralities given by the state is
"ToSeyuJoer overJrant in 186S by
To Grant over Greely in 1872 by
t xA.S nlnralitv.
L.tv, tiMtn orer Haves in 1876 bv
Av . - - .
34 714 nluralitv.
.r fceuM orer Hancock in 1)
bv 31.0SS plurality.
Hartz and bride returned
m their wedding trip. Thev
at home to their friends at
Uidence on Twenty-second
er Aug. 1.
rhil brook has returned
tax Uity, lowa. where ne
ccessful engagement as in-
13 the department oi music
er normal school.
n r. cable leit this arter-
Kanses City, to attend the
national convention, to
H a delegate at iarsre. c a
lelegate from the Tenth
kial district, leaves tonight.
Wins'.ow Howard ha
family back to Bock Isl-
(manent residence, since
city Mr. Howard has
vears in California and
of the tinfe in Fair
where he is employed
rorks. He will continue
be Fairmount glass fac
Ihe winter season.
Cuts antbruises are healed by
Chamberlal Pain Ralm in about
one third tl time any other treat
ment wouliiequire. because of its
antiseptic iUes, 1
parts to lX win .J1 ion.
No Wonder Nome Kock Island People Are
Very little rest night after night.
Very little comfort day after dav.
The constant itching of piles or ec
Any itchiness of the skin is a tem
Doan s Ointment is a never-failin;
Is indorsed by Kock Island citizens
for all itching skin diseases.
r. jenkinson, oi 1123 Third ave
nue, employed in the foundry on the
island, savs: "I had itching hemor
rhoids, and although I used a number
or diiierent remedies, none of tnem
did n the least permanent good. I
S5w Doan's Ointment advertised and
got a box at the Harper house drug
store. I must confess I had little
faith in it, as I had tried so many
different preparations in vain, but to
my surprise after using Doan s Oint
ment three days the irritation left
me. I continued the treatment ujtil
I had finished the box, when I was
Doan's Ointment for sale by all
dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Mil-
Geo. T. ITawley. M. P., Profes-or of Lun
and Throat 1 Msease. C lilcauo Clinical School, tho
Larpest Clinical School In the World, writir.p to
Dr. Geo. Lelnlner, says: -I have I'ecn using
your Formaldehyde Inhaler for Catarrh, Asthma.
Bronchitis, Hay Fever and ether Nose, Throat
and Lung diseases. I have found it superior to
any remedy so far discovered."
J. W. Sliultz. M. 1)., President of the Board
of Health of Wichita. In writlnof Formaldehyde
say&: "I am satisfied that we now have an abso
lute euro for consumption."
Dr. J. W. Peck, City Physician of Independ
ence, Mo., writes: "For eflecti veuess. -.implicit)-and
economy as a disinfectant your Formalde
hyde Generator and Inhaler surpasses a;ivtlilne
that I have seen or used. Catarrh. Asthma.
Bronchitis, Sore Throat, surrender to Us use
Immediately every household should use vour
Generator to banish all germs and render the
atmosphere of their homes pure, sweet and
Dr. Chas. A. Behm. of the Chicaco Health
Department, says: -I haTe used your Formal
dehyde Inhaler and found it of the greatest valuo
in Catarrhal Diseases of the nose and respiratory
organs. 1 cons'Jer it the best Inhaler on tho
F. T. Bessae, M. O., Leading Jeweler and Op
tician of Natchez. Miss., writes: "Dr. Leininger's
Formaldehyde Iulialcr cured me within i'4 hours
of Catarrh, and in fatlierof a Chronic Bronchial
Cough. I recommend tliein to my friends."
F. C. Godbold, ex President of l.oulsana State
Pharmaceutical Association and Secretary of tho
l-onlslana state Board of Pharmacy, located at
271S Prytauia St., writes: "I take great pleasure
in recommending Ir. Geo. Leininger's Formal
dehyde Inhaler to my friends and customers as
the greatest Catarrh ltemedy ever Discovered.
I received great benefit from its use."
E. K. Fritchard, secretary of Department of
Health, Chicago. Says: "I was sutlering with an
aggravated attack of Catarrhal Influenza, to
gether with Inflammation of the bronchial tubes
I used your Formaldehyde Inhaler as ier di
rections and experienced immediate relit f, anj
in less than a week was cured."
MONEY OS DIA-
watches, ie welrv. hardware.
austoal instruments, blcvcles. dothlnir. drv
foods, furniture, ete. Highest cab prices
paiu ior Hecona nana gooas or aji Kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
tore prices, ah business transactions strictly
sonfldentlal. His new number and location,
1823 Second avenue. Don't forget It. J. W
lonos. j wo rings on 1M7.
P. IU. till
ni. Isranch ollicc at Davenport,
Brady street, ollico hours, 9 a.
till a p. m. Not open Sundays.
Sold on an Absolute Guarantee by Ail Druggists at 50c. Each.
Insist on trettincr Dr. Geo. L.einino-er,: Vnrmnh?hvr?a Tnhio. -v.
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- -i "V" v Kt-t t iw jou, bcnuio tne manuiacturt-rB.
A booklet sent free to anrona writing to the Dr. Oeo Leinlnger Chemical Co.. Chlcajo. XU,
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inquire at 11: Fourth uvenue.
IOR RENT A NEW SEVEN-ROOM
house with modern conveniences. In
quire at 700 Twelfth Ktreet.
T7K)R RENT FURNISHED ROOM SUIT
able for one or two gentlemen, 2808 Flfth-and-a
XTOR RENT A NEW MODERN 5 ROOM
a? cottage ut f 1" Twenty-fourth street. In
quire of Jacob ochi rrer, next door.
IilOR RENT LARGE FRONT ROOM AND
alcove, very nicely furnished; modern
conveniences; 1 31 tf Second avenue.
tU)R RENT NINE-ROOM HOUSE, MOIV
J- em conveniences, rlegant locn ion, pos
session July 1-. Call at HJ0 Forty-third street.
1TIOH KENT A ROOM OR SUITE OF ROOMS,
X furnished or unfurnNhcd. with all modern
A Special Invitation j
Is extended to cverv lady in this tit
to call at 2121 Fourth avenue, and i
sped tho splendid work being dt .
by the scholars in the Diaiuot, 1
Garment Cutter school." The mat -ajjers
wish us to say to the pul-llr
that they only have room for a le v
more students. "First come, lint,
served." Au investigation will con
vince those who aro in favor of "prac
tical education" that this is tl.n
chance of a lifetime. Parents, if voj
waut your daughters educated in a
useful art of cutting and fitting anv
vmi ia nfltiuilit. I hn ,,i .1 (roru ,.f it.. I J
above named school tre it is to late ( J
Wc point a few words of couunenda- f
lion from those who have takea at- S
vantagi of the inslruciious. 4 J ' W"1
Apply at hH Twenty-third
OF DAVENPORT, IOWA.
burn company. Buffalo, X. Y.,
agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's
take no substitute.
Yes, August Flower still has the
largest sale of any mecicine in the
civilized world. Your mothers and
grandmothers never thought of using
anything else for indiger.ion or bil
iousness. Doctors were scarce, and
they seldom heard of appendicitis,
nervous prostration or hetrt failure,
etc. They used August Flow
er to clean out the systert and stop
fprmpntfttmn n f nnilirrnuto' '.-.nrl
ulate the action of the liver, -timulate
the nervous and organic action of the
system, and that is all theyttok when
feeling dull and bad with headaches
and other aches. NYou only need a
few doses of Green's AugustFlower,
in liquid form, to make you Htiafied
there is nothing serious the matter
with you. Sample bottles free a T. H.
Imflammatory KkeomstUm Curd In
Morton It. Hill, of Lebanon, 'id.,
says: "My wite tad lnnammaiorv
rheumatism in every muscle tid
joint; her suffering wu3 terrible ind
her body and face were swolleual-
most beyond recognition; had beeuin
bed fjr six wef ks and had elht pb
sicians, but receive-.! no benefit untT
she tried the Mystic Cure for Rbeu& JF
matisa? it gave immediate relief rose of havin the same adjusted.
and she was aVS?. to walk about in
three days. I amaureit saved her
life." Sold by OttQ Grotian. 1501
Second avenue, Uook Island; Gust
Scblegel & Son. 220 Vest Second
To Asthma SnfferersS-
Lawson Elvidge, of Barringtoa,
as a iiD w as uMir-u ii i rnrnniA c -
Tar. bIt givest positive7 relief in Cvis) pi.ti re jiachkves.
cases of asthmsL so this disease wh t One will pay your rent, make
not completelv "cured, ia robhH r.f -r-re incomes with small in
- - . - - - i i -
its terrors by tifis great remedy. Take j
no suostiiDte. a-or saie ov all drug-
ill be at the Harper house. Rock
Island, 111., for two days.Tuesda r and
Wednesday, July 3 and 4.
.fiie vour eves weaK, waterv or
Do you have temporarv blind
spells, headache, dizziness, nervous
ness, etc. ?
Do your glasses suit you?
Are they so strong that the3- draw
n su, consult ur. uonman ana im
prove your eye sight.
lie makes a epeciahtv of nttino-
glasses scientiucaiiy in an cases.
CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE,
Hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Even
ings by appointment only.
Estate Of Mia a G. Bowen. deeeaaMl.
The undenisned harms- oeen aoDninted t-
eeutrese.s of the last will and testament of
MinaCi. Bowen. late of the county of Rock Isl
and, state of H!!no!.i. deceased. hereh rive
Buuee Mist iucj lu appear oeiore the county
cjuh ui nuuk uiuHi county, at tne county
c-irk ruum, ui wnc cuy OI KOCK 1.-U-
and. at the August term, on the first Mon.
uy in ui;ui out, ai wnicn time ail per-
puKut utt.iuv uc sdiue aojusteu.
I AU persons inaeotea to said estate are re-
iiuestea to mue uiuneaiate payment to the
Dated this 4th day of June, A. D. If 00.
KUZ J. SSTDBB,
Ida M. Dowen.
Ei ecu tresses
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tic troubles or past troubles that annoy you.
or whatever may be your troubles, you will be
told. Come and learn the secret to
fascinate and control anv one von
love or meet. Do you wish to
win the love and affection of anyone? If
so, call and secure her never-failinr assistance
or information. Positively Kuarantees suc
cess when all others fail. Instructions given
on personal niairnetism. It gives vou double
)M)wer. Call for particulars. Teaching clair
voyancy. Palmistry and the occult sciences a
specialty. Special terms to ail ca'lers. Hour.
11a.m. to 9 p. m.. Sunday included. A 11 bjsi
cess transactions strictlv confidential. No
money taken if not satisfied. Positively guar
antees success when all others fail. Come
now and avoid walling. Kree: free: Valua
ble Information you ought to kmw concern
ing the affairs of life. Special terms to call
ers. Hours from i a. m. to i p. m. Now lo
cated at 53J Twentieth street, between Fifth
and Sixth avenues. Private side entranoe.
Rock Ialand, 111.
AflSS ISABEL SIMMON, ARTIST.
teacher of drawing and painting. Studio!
over Adams art store on Twentieth street.
VOTED TRANCE MEDIUM JI.'ST AR-
rived from the south. Satisfaction elven
FOR RENT A FEW NICELY KITRNISH
'd rooms With or witlmnl luuril All
Inijuire al -7 Scven-
I7OR RENT FCRNISHEl) FRONT ROOM
- who aicove new House-: tnixlern min-
veniet.ces: three blocks from
X. H. itK;cs olllce.
IjOR RENT NEW DOI'HLE UOIJSM. KEY-
en rooms eah side, all modern, righth
avenue between r wenty-ciiihtb and Twenty
wnth s-.i eeis. -.-0 per side. Kcidy llros.
IjIOR RENT AT 1229
a- large rooms, well
furnished: gas. bath.
it earn heat. A first-class brao table Best
location In the city. Corner Thirteenth street
ana second avenue.
in business, love affairs, etc.
Fourth avenue. Rock Island.
Located at HI,
FOR KALE A NEW MODERN COTTAtJE
at lw Fifteenth street.
TIOR r A LE FO L' RTEEN ROOM HOI.'SE
- on r if th-acd a-haif avenue, near Twenty
eighth street. Modern. M.-'Vio. Bull A- C.
ITIOR SALE A SMALL SIZED Sijt.'A RE
a- pi mo in nrst-ciass cunditl'in Price i0 If
taken soon. Cull at 51 Frty-sccond street.
ElOR SALE FIRST-CLASS PIANO. BAR
A gain, if taken at once. Apply Mrs. Frank
nerrnan. tnree aoors west or him street on
17TOR SALK A FINE. HIGH BUILDING
A.' lot on Nineteenth street between Elev
enth and Twelfth avenues, cheap for cash.
Address I. M., care of Ani.es.
CIOR SAIE A STERN WHEEL LAUNCH
X- boat ca led fxrralne" at t.ViO. Unlit last I
An r.xptrlenceri Ureas Makers' Oplului
Galosburg. III., Nov. h. I .. I
took a course of lessons in tb
Diamond Garment Cutting school and
can say that 1 am well pleased. I
have been following dressmaking for
several years, and have used other
systems of cutting, but lind that the
Diamond Garment Cutter is tho best
of all. I can heartily recommend the
system 6s a perfect guide in the mat
ter of ..ttinr dresses, and in fart
on is of every description. .
I am respectfully. '
Mak;kkkt McAri.KY.' t
From Mollne. III.
Moliiii. III.. April S. U0 I have
taken full instruction in the Diamond
Garment! Cutter and am delighted
twith tbo) yfctciu. With it I can ner-
fectly cut and fit any kind or style of
garment fvoni. I would not be with-
. - I'
MKS. A . El. C.I'KTKRSON,
1T2H Fourth avenne.
WAVA) UROTIIERS. Managers.
Sad, III., 3121 Fourth A vena.
In bjittles Is the
and that is what
rpHE MOST NOTED GERMAN MEDIUM
-- and independent slate writer has perma
nently located In Davenport and can daily be
eonsui -.ed on a. l questions of hie at 110s Har
and in perfect working order. Inquire
n. Lotbrlnger, Fourth avenue.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONTY TO LOAN IN ANY AMOUNT,
X'l. on any kind of security Also choice I
property for sale and rent. w. L. Coyne,
ido seventeenth street, up stairs.
fONEY "TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
iSL gage loans by W. H Eastman, 1712 Sec
sad aveca?. without publity or removal. He
aiau make oolleotiona hard ones a specialty.
tOST AND FOUND.
TJTOUND -V BY ENOS JAMES. ON THE I
A-' Cosl Wilev road, a rubber end curtain.
Owner can live simt by calling at this ofT.
and p tying r this notice.
FOR SALE MODERN RESIDENCE WITH
lot H0x:V). nine rooms, bath room and
laundry, between Eleventh aDd Twelfth streets!
on ourtn avenue, inquire at Donaldson s
a aw factory
T710R SALP-rX YOU WANT A HOME?
JL' V 111 sel a fine 7-room cottage, lot 4IZ1M)
feet, at alm st your own price, as owner Is
leaving the icity. Apply to I. P. Wilson, 4413
7K)K SALE LOTS IN McENIRVS AD
" dltlon bt E. J. Burns, room 12. MltoheU A.
Lynde building. These lots are on Hfxth ave
nue, betweet Twenty-elgblb and Thirtieth
streets. Convenient to Fifth avenue or Elm
street street car lines. Terms to suit pur-
Ei i cry's Farm
sells fou. Try us and
be Convinced. Not
in a rust.
?etm' .'s. French snd Hnm
The LI a, I
who have boeai!
Salve is very
wounds or sores
For sale by all dipgists.
healed bv Banner
ge. It heals all
fcd leaves no scars.
tf furnished. Write for
r. cr call on ClaadeN. Egett.
Island House. Rock Island.
Tuesday and Wednesday.
mertcan Auto Machine Co.
f M4 SS Howard St. Jfew l ark.
8Tr Vaa V-rm ,,7 w4
ITssis IAS 'fv - .-o owiijia uz
Any advertised dealer ia authorized
o guarantee Banner Salve for tetter,
ema. plies, sprains, cuts, scalds.
urns, uicerm. and anv nmn or old
ui eaie or ail di
YCIK MAGNETIC HEALER.
PROF. A. Li RTHOMPSON TREATS ALL
chronic 'Reases. Consultation free.
1907 Fourth alt ue. Rock Island, Id. PTOf.
A. L. Thompll
()" i v '
J. 0A usbaw, D. O. $
rl Ost"-I ic Physician,
Fror:ril iginal Amer- gi
ican 0 Osteopathy, &
U CHROfi iO" ME8 A SPEC- '!
1 52,34X & Lynde
i BU&A lsnod,Ill.
"AfONEY WANTED - IF YOU HAVE
-T money t loan on good real estate ae
curlty. address bo 5. Rock Island.
TENTAL SURGEON DR. J. CLKLAND.
-Mr dental surreon and Dhvslf-lari. All 8wt
street. Davenport, Iowa
day and Sunday.
Office open Salur-
A- Of 60 bushels or nvr &t
, SALE COAL IN
Notice Ii he 'hf fflVn that n n n I k . I III
be held on Tuelay. the 2th flay of June A.
" in mwiiy i,i k ick iMian'l.IU.. for the
purpose of eltingone member of the ooard
th?U?n.,l UH: Ulai"i chw' 'trlct for
tne term of tliS e years.
I he poUlng places for said election w 111 he
Flmt. Second and Third
shop. No. 101 1 Third sveone.
rourtb and Filth Wards Frlck
livery stable. No !!! Third avenue
blxihand Kevjn--b Wards Kocntrr
So 3lx. Fifth avenue. "ru-"-oeer
nnx-o eiTCiion win ne npi;(i( at S
In the ooornlDi' :,nd continue open
o clock in tlicafurnoon of that dav
In the precincts In which the above design at "5
polling placoe are located, will be the judiri
and cJefk forthui eieotioa. J'"
& Kautz s
t ?IL n.v nn A A.
uTcrcu . u. u. to anv nirt nf th ltv.
Leave orders at rnmm..Mi..i kn..
soop, wki laianct, or Knos James. Milan
MM BUBBKgg. ETC. SEND TOSTAL
cam or leave word at 2ill Fourth av
nue If you have anv rar , .i
.V"""1." "ur nous and ny you froui
m, per nunarea for raa ii caliH will re
ceive prompt attention, u. F.iKluircer.
J" P- WILLIAMSON HUYSk SfcLLS. AND
.u? 'VQf'?,,aiJ Ua "d hand 'e.n.
will pay more than anv other t
craning cone aio- J. I
Rock Island, lu.. June IHh. Itjm
V. JLI.IAM Mf.Co.K Hir.
Thomas L. Sharon, D. 0.
IT YOU WANT TO BUY, J x TRADE
or rent anything, engage bdZi secure a
etuation. the MaU la the one Mlni
mat can do It for you. Mall 4 11 "ijf
tar and MaU wants bring resul Tt
per worth the pr'to aJl I
vaaee. S-eent tamos will
Sunday MalLMoliBc m i .vwiun mm
8I4 Third Avenue.
.Nature's cure for chronic
disease. Hours 8:30 to 12
a. m. Consulation free;
ether hours by appointment.
B. A S. Building, g
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