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TUB ARGUS, FRIDAY MARCII 2S, 1902.
Publitbed Daily and Weekly at 1644 Second
Afenue. Hock Island. I1L (Entered ax. toe
foatofflc aa Second-class matter.
BY THE J. XV. POTTER CO.
TERMS Daily. 10 cent per week. Weekly.
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tatlre character, political r religious, must
bare real name attached for publication. No
ucb articles will be printed oyer fictitious
Correspondence solicited from every town
ship In Rock Island county.
Friday, March 28.
Supervisor JOHN T. 8HIKI.1M
I MAKTIX V KIMIKKi; K K
A Wt. Kaperr'a.- ;l T.V KI.OT.
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Ailfuor (.KOIKiK V. IIKNKV
CollfM-tor ItAVIU BIKsWKNtiKR
Jaillrroflhe I'rare IOIIN ' IIOICO
rirst Ward- FRANK V. HLOCHLINGKK
HventU Ward -
...-C'TIAKLJ-'H A. N AA It
TOTTO 11. HIHKKL
C. W. HORTOX
-C HAKLKS C. WILSON
For Lctlatlve Nomination.
At the solicitation of many friends I here
by announce myself a candidate for the
nomination for minority representative'
subject to the decision of tbe democratic
convention and invite the support of those
who deem me worthy. V. R. MOORE.
The man who' voluntarily buvs an
Foster bonnet for his wife is almt
extinct from the fare of the earth
At least the women folk tell us so,
and thev know.
Farmer .lint Wilson never knows
what day he may be pushed through
the baek window jitt the cabinet
That's whv he carries around a bunch
of free passes nil the way to Tama
Iowa. I'. S. A.
A lively competitor has entered the
field in Iowa to contest Dave Hen
derson's seat in congress. Dave mav
Inuli at the fact, but some day b'
will rememler vividlv the storv of
the lol-tail fox.
Hounding' Hilly Mason has got the
(ullom-l:i wes-Koosevelt triumvirate
hunting for the hole through which
they crawleil into the Illinois sena
torial circus. They want to pet out
oca in! Atlanta Const it tit ion.
I It will cost the taxpayers, of the
X'nited States 4'.imh to sen I repre
sentatives to the coronation of Kd-
wnrd. These tilings come high, but
in these days of strenuous inierial
itic tendency we must have em.
On receipt of the news of Cecil
Rhodes death a message was dis
patched to I'aul Kruger. former pres.
ident of the South African republic.
.Mr. Kruger commented in this some
what insignificant, but not altogether
unfeeling1 manner: The I-ord giv-
eth. the Ird taketh awn v. Hlessed
liethe name of the Lord.
It is reported in Alabama that ex
(Jovernor Joseph I. .Johnston contem
plates entering'' t he field as a candi
late for governor at the next elec
tion, notwithstanding the somewhat
tumultuous time he had when in the
executive office a few years ago. His
supporters wish to capture the legis
lature and carry through that body
for submission to the people certain
amendments to the state constitution
recent Iv ratified.
uen.- Himki, recently arriveil in
Washington from Cuba, who from his
residence and official position is thor
oughly conversant with' the wants of
the island, says "the welfare of Cuba
absolutely demands ,that the reduc
tion of duty on sugar should not be
less than er cent. President
IN.osevelt says congress has fixed the
limit at 0 per cent." Congress is not
disturbing itself alwuit the welfare
of the nation's wards in Cuba,' as
long as the over-fed trust interests
at home demand consideration.
A Magic City Founded by Edict.
A city founded by edict, three years
old, and destined without question to
be one- of the greatest rnmmfrcial
ports in the world, is the city of Dal
ny. which. ixdnjf translated, means
"far away." It is the terminus of
the great IJussian trans-Siberian rail
road; also of the Chinese Eastern and
Central Manchurian railroad; located
on the Yellow sea, 45 miles north of
Port. Arthur, opposite the bay of
Korea, at the north end of the Man
churian leninsula, with one of the
finest deep-water harbors in the
world, with docks and quays already
built, a free port the city of Dalny,
though less than three years old. a 1
repdy challenges the admiration of
the commercial world. ,
Tttf harbor of Dalny is free from
iee, and ships drawing1 thirty feet of
water can enter at low tide. Already
there are in course of construction
five large piers, constructed of blocks
or Rtone weighing' from twenty to
fifty tons. The tracks of-the- Silur
ian railroad run directly to the side
of the ship, and goods loaded into
the earn there go 6.000 miles without
change to St. Petersburg. There arej
elevators, warehouses, gas and elec
trie light, and there is room in the
harbor at Dalny for all the shipping
of the Pacific. There are no customs
dues, and the dockage charges are to
be maintained at the lowest point
Two dry -docks are being constructed
one of which will take the largest
vessel built. Streets have leil grod
ed and parks laid out. and attractive
houses of stone -and brick have Wen
built for the official colony already
Senator Beveridge says 1'ussia ha
gone further than any ither nation
or community in the direction of so
cialistic experiment. Two thirds
the railroads in Uussia are owned by
the government ; the government has
taken over the liquor business of the
nation and is the sole disjwnser of the
national intoxicant; the government
is even now preparing to monopolize
the ten business, and to become the
sole buyer and seller of that article
So the czar founds cities by edict
July DO. IS'HI, the emperor of Uussia
wrote the decree invoking the bless
ing of Cod on the new enterprise, and
locating and naming the terminal
eitv for his new railroad Dalny. The
government has already sent -5;.1S0.
0OO founding the city, and will spend
$11.S.-4.M)0 more on the docks and
harbor improvements. It -is intend
ed that the city shall be free to all
nations. The sale of land in it will
begin next month, and the lots will
lie knocked down, to the highest bid
der at public auction. The c;ty gov
ernment is to be by a council select
ed by. the rate payers. Two of the
council must be I'ussian subjects, and
not more than two Chinese or Jap
anese can be selected at the same
time. The water, street car. and
light service will not be, under the
control of the city council.
Maps and a very full and interest
ing1 account of Dalny have been for
warded to the state department by
the American consul at Niuehwang,
Henry P.. Miller.
Ileevea' Bouquet tot Yates.
Although Congressman . Walter
Keeves, of Streator, has served no
tice of his purpose to retire from
public fife, he docs not propose to
cease his efforts to oust the ring at
present in control of state institu
tions. In CKicago the other day Mr,
Keeves paid" his complimeuts to the
state administration for its exaction
of ." .r cent assessments from state
employes for the lenefit of the
Yates-Hopkins political partnership,
It is, said he, ""a corrupt practice
ami. by an imlirect inethixl. it is an
appropriation of the state funds for
The congressman entered "a stren
uous denial to the reports that, hnr
ing1 refused renomination at the
hands of the La Salle county conven
tion, he would retire from pol
itics. He asserts that he is in the
anti-Yates fight to stay and has no
intention of retiring.
I have not the slightest notion of
quitting politics." said the congress
man. "On the contrary. I intend to
participate in politics in Illinois. I
io not ticsire a reelect ion . to con
gress. That fact has been known to
my immediate friends for several
months. My reasons are purely er-
sonal and ertain to my individual
affairs. I signetl the letter with Sen
ator Oil loin anil others addressed to
Lawrence Y. Sherman, protesting
against certain practices now in
vogue in Illinois. Any pretense that
state employes are not being assess
ed n jcrcentage of their salaries to
create a fund with which ' to main
fain a faction of the republican party
and to promote the interests of one
candidate for the I'nited States sen
ate is a mere sham.
"Every man -who has any measure
of familiarity with what is going on
today in Illinois knows that these as
sessments are leing made. .1 am o-
posed to this practice. It is jhs
itively corrupt, l!y an indirect meth
od it is an appropriation of .the state
funds for jnditical purposes. It is in
opposition to every sentiment of the
republican party, and the republican
party of Illinois will not submit to
it. I am one republican who does
not hesitate to condemn it. and
will do what is in my power to pre
vent its continuance. That practice
mnst 1h wiped out.
Night Waa Her Terror.
"I would cough nearly all night
long'. writes Mrs. Charles Applegate,
of Alexandria, Ind., "and could hard
ly pet any sleep. I had consumption
so bad that if I walked a block I
would cough frightfully and- spit
blood, but when all other medicines
failed, three $1 bottles of Dr. King's
New Discovery wholly cured me, and
I gained &8 pounds." It's absolutely
guaranteed to cure coughs, colds, la
grippe, bronchitis and all throat and
lung troubles. Price 50c and $1. Trial
bottles free at Hartz & Ullenieyer's
Warn Inc. Warnlnc.
Beware of substitutes offered by
unscrupulous dealers in place of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar, Foley's Kidney
Cure and Banner Salve. '-Dishonest
dealers for a little extra profit will
try to palm oft worthless prepara
tions in place of these valuable med
icines that have stood the test of
years,- and thus jeopardize the lives
of their victims. For sale by all
Pneumonia Follows a Cold
But never follows tbe use of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It stops the cough.
heals and strengthens the lungs and
affords perfect security from an at
tack of pneumonia. Refuse substi
tutes. For sale by all druggists.
A Mystery Solved.,'
YChlttemore first saw her at the op
era. It was her sweet face that at
tracted him, a" face that bespoke some
great Borrow. She kept her eyes turn
ed uion the stage, but be noticed that
It was where there wus acting rather
than music. All those lu tbe box with
her were chatting during the opera.
while nhe, resting her cheek on her
band and her arm on the rati, her fig
tire partly covered by a curtaiu. seem
ed to be absorbed by her own dreams,
The oiiera was "Faust." During the
scene where Mephistopbelcs and the
nurse are walkiug in the garden and
Faust and Marguerite are Ringing their
love she turned her eyes away, nnd
they fell on Whitteniore in the iard.uet
bis head turned toward her, his eyes
fixed Intensely on hers. She blushed
slightly and looked again at the figures'
on the stage.
When the opera was ended and nil
rose to go. Whitteniore was watching
her Ikjx. An elderly man put a vrap
around her shoulders, nnd the others
of the party were also getting ready to
leave. Whitteniore watched to see some
of them sjwak to her; but. though they
were chatting with each other, no one
said a word to her. Then they all went
out. mid it seemed as If the electric
lights had lcen turned off. '
Winter passed Into summer, nnd
Whitteniore went to the seashore. Tbo
morning after his arrival at bathing
time, he strolled down to "the beach,
There, sitting under a sun umbrella
was the girl he had seen at the opera
She was peering far out where the wa
ter and the sky met. nnl here and
there a glint of sunshine on the hori
zon bespoke a sail. She was alone,
Whitteniore would have given worlds
for some one to take him to her and In
troduce him, but he knew no one there
He had come to be alone nnd for rest
He waited, expecting that some of her
friends would Join her. but they did
not. and after the bathing she aros
and went away. As shejiasscd him she
started. Evidently she remembered
The next morning he was nt the
beach early, watching-f" her. When
she came, It was with a party of girls
nnd nu elderly man, all In bathing
sints. What symmetry! Her hair. In
stend of Ix-lutr coiled tinder one of
tliose unbecoming bathing caps, was
streaming down her back, as It Is
sometimes worn by very young girls
while bathing. All the party save her
were talking and laughing. She alone
was quiet. Surely she must have some
The beach was shelving, and few
dared" venture beyond the breakers,
The man of the party took the fair one
by the hand nnd led her beyond their
depth. Suddenly Whitteniore saw hlra
struggling In the water. The fair one
had gone under. With nil his clothes
on Whitteniore plunged In nnd brought
They stood on the leaeh. Whlttomnre
presenting a poor appearance In h!s
dripping clothes. The fair one looked
nt him with an expression so distressed
that he thought she repretted that he
liad saved her. Then without a word
of thanks she turned and ran away to
the? bathing house. The man who had
taken her beyond her depth had been
dragged out of the wnter. nnd Whitte
niore saw him coming toward him.
Whitteniore, indignant, turned his
back nKn hjm nnd walked away. The
next evening he saw the fair one being
driven toward the railroad station. As
she passed, him she regarded him with
the same pained glance.
Winter came again, and Whittemore,
who had detested society for its hol
Iowness. plunged into the gay world,
hoping that he might meet the girl who
had absorbed his whole being. He ap
peared at tens, receptions, balls: he
went to the opera, to concerts, every
where where music was to be heard.
At last, at a musical entertainment at
the home of one of his most Intimate
friends, he saw her, but where? Sit
ting alone in a recess, so immersed be
hind curtains as almost to be' Indis
tinguishable'! Although he was look-.
Ing for her, when he found her he wns
taken completely aback. lie stood still
"Pardon me," he said. "I am per
mitted to speak to you here under our
mutual friend's roof, but I will not
avail myself of the privilege. Remain
here for a few minutes, and I will
bring him to introduce me."
Without waiting for her consent he
hurried away, found the host and
brought him to the recess.
It was empty!
In vain he dragged the man through
the rooms looking for her. She was
not In any of the rooms below. They
waited In the hall, nnd presently she
came down, followed by her maid.
"Ahr said the host. "Now I un
derstand. That is Clara Yan Cleve. mi
orphan. She Is a deaf muto." .
Whittemore-went home in great dis
tress. He was desjierntely In love, but
he was n practical man and considered
what It would 4e to Ik? tied to one upon
whom there was such a blight. For a
week ue suffered torture, then made
up his mind-that to go on through life
Buffering without her would be worse
han suffering with her. Then ho spent
some time studying the deaf mute sign
language.. This mastered, without call
ing in any one 'as a go between, he
wrote to her, intimating that he knew
of her misfortune and lieculne to be
permitted to share It with her. When
the two met the next evening at her
borne. WUittemore astonished her l
addressing tier Dy her own met nod of
communication. They soon became en
gaged, and when married Whittemore
found, to his surprise, that her misfor
tune only drew them closer together
and made their married life the hap
pier. AGATHA W. ODELL.
The Field of Literature.
The features of the April Century
are a frontispiece engraxing by Tim
othy Cole of the' famous painting by
Wlasqikez entit led' "Head of a YrttKng
Man;" a group of papers of personal
recollections of Appomattox by (Jen.
E. P. Alexander anil Col. Charles Mar
shall, ex-confederatcs. and (Jens. John
('ibhons and Wesley Merritt of the
union army; the beginning of a new
serial story on marriage, entitled
"Confj-ssions of a Wife." by "Mary
Adams; four humorous stories, in
cluding "Chiinmie Eadden on IAig!;ii
and Woman." "A Hard Uoad to Andy
Cog-gins. by Chester., 1'ailey Kcrnaiil".
"My (i-ilf," by Charles Rat tell Loomis,
and "Disciplining the M. & ().." by
Willis (iihson. all illustrated; in the
series on The. Creat West a chronicle
of the overland trip to California by
Noah Rrooks. entitle! "The Plains
Across, with pictures by I'eming
ton; in the Collector's Series an il
lustrated paper on bottles; personal
reminiscences of Alexander II. by the
actress IMu-a; twii il lustra led articles
of travel in Abyssinia by Ungues I.e
IJoux and Oscar T. Crosby, both with
mention of American trade; "Recent
Discoveries Concerning the I'.udcilia."
by the eminent English authority on
'India, T. W. Khys Davids; a paper of
plain-spoken criticism by .lohn llur
roughs on "Literary Yaliics;" the
third of Dr. Weir Mitchell's "Lit tit'
Stories. entitled "Two Men;" a time
ly sketch by Henry f. I'owlancl en
titled "The Seamy Side in the Phil
ippines;" a paprr by Sylvester ISaxtt
on "The I'.eautifying of Yillage and
Town." the text of Salvini's address
on Ristori delivered at 1 lit" recent eel
ehration in Koine of her eightieth
birthday, besides poetry and the di'
part meats. I) will be seen from thi
bst that there is a verv wide rangt
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Scrofula may be described as
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It is consumption of the
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ind these " break out into the
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drives away that tired, languid and ambitionless feeling caused by impoverished blood.
Easy to take because it tastes good. Easy to get because a bottle as large as the common
51.00 size costs you,but 50c.
, For sale by HartzjSc Ullemeyer.
Mull'M Lightning Pain Killf r cures all bodily a-h
iml vains. Hub It i.n cr tirinfc It. ITxr.
Notice Is hereby trlven tbaton Tuexlay, the
first day of April, A. D , lioi, in the city or
Kosk Island, Illinois, an cleotiou illbehenl
tor the following olVioeis, to- It:
(ne aldenta i
Hai ulderman In the
ward for two
In the Second ward for two
In the Third wiird for two
In the Fotir.U ward for two
la tuc 1 ifih ward for two
in the S'xih ward for two
Scvonlb w aid for two
Our eustiiin:rs are the happiest people in town,
them and von will notice a smile of satisfaction on each
TOWN rt'Fli KS
One assessor for one year.
One co ! ctor lor one y-ar.
One supervisor for two yet rs
Threw assistant siper l.sr.rs for two yptrs. -4
Or.n j'istla of the ieace to ti 11 m?;iocv. .
Which election wlhoe c pen at T o'clock In
the morning and continue open untii o Vlock
in the afternoon of that day. Places of regis
tration and vfitlnc will be as follows:
First Ward First prcci ict. No. iOi Fourth
First Ward Second prec'net. No Fou.-ih
f econd Ward First I reelect. No 101 1 1 bird
Second Ward Seeond precinct. X . 11 00
Third Ward First precinct. No. HC0 Second
itird Wrd Second precinct. No. 14:il
Thi d Ward Third precinct, Myor & He ti
ring nrsery cotnpaty, corrtr fi tecnth
s'rret and Kleventh avenue.
Fourth Ward Fir-t precinct, F.lck's livery
l ub e, No litlt Third avenue
Founh Ward Second piecinct, f. Levy's
carriage house. Nineteenth street, between
S'xtb and Seventh avenues.
Fifth Ward First .precinct, hose bouse ou
Twenty secot-d street.
FIfih Ward Secord precinct. Sebmid's gro
cery store. No. Twentieth street
Sixth Ward First precinct, b)se house.
Twn'y-Mxth street, neat Seventh avenae
Slxto Waid Second predict, chapel, cor
ner Sever th avenue ;ir.il Twenty n'Dth street
cventh Ward First precinct. No. 3110
F.fth avenue. .
Seventh Ward Secr.nd prerlns', Martin
dale's blacksmith shop. No. 4100 Fifth avtnue.
Seventh Wtd 1 lil.d preclnc , Strphensi n
bsrn. Forty-rouriu stnet. between Seventh
and Eighth avenues.
H. C. SeiiAFrtK,
City and Town Clerk.
Rock Island. March II. V."2.
Estate of A. C. Knocke. deceased.
Tbe undersigned having been appointed
executrix of tbe last will and testnment of
A. C. Koocke, late of the county of Hocb
Island, state of Illinois, deceased, herebj
ivei notice that she will appear before
tbe county court of Rock Island county, at
the county court room. In the city of itock Isi
And. at tne Ju e term on me orst mod
day In June next, at. which time all per
sons having claims against said estate are no
tified and requested taattend, for the purpose
of having the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to na'.d estate a-e re
quested to make ImmedUte payment to the
Dated this -'un nay or Alarm, a. u. iwa
CckaC. Kixk kk Kxecut lx.
Erate of John Schultz, deceased.
Tbe undersigned having ocen appointed ad
mlnlsiraior of tho estate of John Scliull'
lte of the county of Rock Island, state o.
I l'co'.s, deceased, hereby gives not ce that bf
will aopear before the county court of Kock
Island couaty, at the county court room, lr
khe city of Kock Island, at tbe May term
on tne first Monday in Mavnext, at wtiict
time all persons having claims against s&tt
esta'.e are notified and requested to attend
for he purpose of having the same adjusted
All persons p-d-aniel to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to ths
Dated this zi9t oay or m arcc, a h. iujz.
Cakl Wn'r, Administrator.
DON'T Be Foo LED!
Take the genuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madisoa MedU
cine Co., Madison, wis. It
keeps you wen. our traao
mark cut on each package.
Price, 35 cents. Never sold
In bulk. Accept no ubU
MUMMTUint (( Ask your druggisU
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l'ecause thev lt:v iluTo p'ocevles at a cleanly kepi store
and t lie courteous 1 n-aii:. nl they gel makes them feel at
home aiul ever happv. I-; f what. you. make it. We do
not -rive ;'( lbs." of s:i-ar i'or '. a:ul then sell a oO eent tea for CO
1$ eents to make up the amouji; l ut to j;et- 1.00 worth of ooil groceries
pj for l.i0 Iiesiiles that v e have uooj'leil the poreelian premium plan
j and we not only lc'iv; preniiur.r on teas and coffees lint jive them wit h
U all cash purchases. ji. e us a call and we will explain it to vou. Come
II todav as it is never too earlv to do food esieiall v to yourselves.
Do not forivi. W.
jrootl loaf of 1 1 read.
Mueller's lvorv l'atent llonr if von want a
W. J. MOELLER,
20:0 fifth avj;m;i:
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Incorporated under the laws of Illi
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Write lor literature. DANVERS, ILU
M. D. C.
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist
Graduate of Chicago Veterinary College, Class '91
Office 422 16th Street. Moline.
wish to inform tin.-, public lhat'I hate perinanent ly lo
atel at'lhe above adilress. and 1 sineerelv 1 rust that I
shall receive Ihc patrona.v'e of Moline and Hock Island
people. T have had 15 years experience in the Veterinary business.
Four years with the famous JJudd )ofdcs stable of ihe most noted
trotters in the world. 1 am. not n stranger heve. I have niali
yearly visits to .Moline, Hock Island and Davenport. for more than 12
years, and caii refer you with pleasure to ail the Jeadinr horsemen
o the tri-eitics. -1 perform surgical operations of every nature.
- We, the undersigned heartily indorse Dr. Chandler :
Max Ochs, 1. A. Merriman, Lawrence 1'. Nelson,
L. F. CrnUe & Co., Chas. llaskins, Vm. Ik Martii.dale,
Daniel P.. Home,-" Edvv. Wadsworth, ' " TV. K. Zeigler.
And last but'iot least David Fringe.