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THE SUGAR SWINDLE.
Concluding Remarks of Hon. W.
A Hrkrae All the Way Thro-A ta
Kokthe People Krlrh te Rf-(rr-Xoiry
Tor Klrrtlna tarpera
ta Came fra the Mner.
Yesterday the ARoua published .be
principal portico of 5lr. Springer1! ad
mirable ipeecb. tbe coccluun of bit re
marks on tbe sugar question tiling greu
below. Spe-ikins; of tbe bounty to be
given tbe Kroers of sugar, the speaker
I believe the supremo court will des
dare this bounty void, but if that body
should ilo.lti behind tbe rule that it is a
political question, and say that congress
alone may determine it, and if it baa be
come ibe policy of this country to pay
bounties to private enterprises, tbeo you
will find that other industries will demand
their share. It tbey could give bounties
for sugar, why didn't tney give a bounty
on wbeat in tbe state of Illinois and tbe
other states of the union where wbeat is
very frequently unprofitable as an Indus
try W bv Lot give it in cash instead of
Uiat fraudulent bounty, the deceptive
protective land of twenty-five cents a
bushel, wblcb protects notiilng? Here
after, if Ibis bounty system therefore U
to be the law of tbe laud, the farmer
will take theirs in cash spot cash. Witts
- out any foolisnnuss ao ul ii. Ap
plause J So uucti, therefore, for tree
sugar aud this bounty; bu. you will find
for tho third section of tbe tariff bill tbat
string has been tied to tbe f ree clau e
provision of tbe bill, and the other end of
tbe string has been put in the bands of
President Harrison, and be is authorized
on tha first lay of January, 1093, to pull
buck this provision and reimpose a tax
upon sugar. Upn what conditions may
.be do this? L'pon the conditions of
which he is to be Hie sole judge. There
was no reason, no pretext, fur this vio
lation of tbe constitution in the effort to
confer legislative powers upon the presi
dent, unless it was their distrust of
the people of the - United States
They evidently feared tbat the McKioley
bill would not be popular with the peo
ple, and tbat the next house of
repreeentatives. which will be in aes-
ann on tbe tirsl day of January,
1893, would not be in favor of re.
ImDosing a tux upon sugar and tea, and
co flee and hides as provided in this ao
called reciprocity provision. Therefore
they gate ibis pjwer to impose taxes up
on these articles to the president of tbe
United States, anil upon luat day be may
put a tariff upon augar. as provided in
section 3, ana tea ot It) cents a pound,
coffee 3 cents a pound, bides H cents.
Imposing taxes upon them, and taking
them ofl tbe free list, which will viel.l
revenue, as on the last year's importa
tions, or at least f au.utJU.UOiJ a year.
And what are the conditions and circum
stances tbat are to guide him in this
matterr If be shall be satikfied, tbe laws
say, tbat the country exporting these ar
ticles has placed upon our agricultural or
other products any imposts or restrie
tions which the president may deem re
ciprocany unequal or unreasonable, be is
to have the power, as often as be sees fit,
to reimpose these taxes. But I desire to
call your attention to tbe fact that tbe
reimposing of tbe sugar tax is not tbe
tirescut 111 me late lax, on sugar,
but it is a provision gotten up in tbe in
terest of the sugar trust, and the sixteen
Dutch fitltmlHnl llMII twil IntMbruH trt K-
thirteen, as standard for the lower tax on
sugar. It will be seen that sugar under
the thirUea standard is taxed only seven
tenths of a cent on a pound, 70 cents on
tbe hundred Doumls. while mn
that are taxed from 1; cents to 2 cents a
pound luereiore, all tbe suifar tbat
comes in undir the tsx that Mr. Harrison
Will ItnttrkHA milaf irr ll. I .
..... . fiw tuiuugu iiic reuuers.
must go into the hands of the sugar trurft
rciuic puuuu ui 11 can come onto tbe
tables of the people. Applause This
will enable tbe trust, therefore, to control
the price of sugar. Tbey believe, and
tuey are correct in this, tbat the enor
mous appropriations or tbe last session,
and those of the next session of congress.
would create a deficit by that time; that
tbey coul 1 only meet such deficit by im
posing a tax on tea, on coffee, on hides
and on sugar, and tbat authority to im
i pose these taxes so as to avoid the deficit
! with which they are threatened should be
given to tbe president of tbe United
States. When that has been done, the
trust will have accumulated for nine
months sugar without paying any tax,
and will have a stock on band tbat will
run them for the next six or eight months.
ana men sell tt as ir it bad paid a tax
Into the treasury of the I'niii siat..
There is also in the refining, under this
new tin use, a net proni to the sugir trust
of at least half a cent a pound upon
8.UUU,iJUy,lMMj pounds consumed in this
country, which will yie.d them at least
10,mxj,t"H) a year over and above a rea-
uubuig jiruui upon me expsnsj required
in reuuine ine auuar. M thi ti.ia .......
vision Is In tbe interest of tbe sugar trusts
ami me sugar refineries, and is intended
to be reimposed, or they would not put it
ILL I. It 1 . si.. "
'' "in intenueu to be reimposed
on the first day of January, Tbev
need It for two purposes: First, toavoiu
a nencil which will then threaten them,
and second, to receive a a i-n.;:U..i;.J
from the sugar trust a sufficient amount
ui lunua to renominate I'resident Jiarri
son and re-elect him.
tk much, therefore, for free sugar.- It
Terj appropriate mat they put it in
force on the lit of April. a I suggested
uciorc. i at revenue or y.iS.Utsi.UOO
J' wuicu we nave oeen receiving from
i sugar Is remitted by this bill, or nearly all
of It. In fifteen years this lou to the
treasury will amount to over JhoO.OIIO.IXm).
Thus eight hundred millions may be' lost
to the treasury, if the tax is not re.im
posed. and$5iH),i)ij,0X! may be paid out
in bounties. But in the meantime, under
tbe skillfully euarded provisions of thia
ma pevpie win m an probability pay
s high prices for sugar as heretofore. It
win oe ouseryeu also that should the su
ar tax be reimnowil hu tin. .ra;.i.
r , ... v. ,aincui, MIC
bounty to tbe sugar manufacturers will
continue to be paid, and thus a double
protection win re secured by them.
. .1 wddld " , J "
Hillsdale, Oct 29.
M. JJ. Hauberg shipped a car of hogs
Miss Bessie Kobirjon will return to her
home in Centralis. U'U thi. :
Her pleusant face will be'missed by her
(nana flnJ 1. "
The five deer of the Keropster Bros
are teeuing in the timber near town. It
it not every locality that can boast of
deer at large in the neighborhood.
' Mrs. Bell Wslker, of Joshn, was vis
iting at I). M. Martiu s Tuesday.
Some of the farmers along Hock river
also most of the laborers of this place
mV?,n ,neatly done ,or """"t
by a Chicago firm who have been
buying all the walnut logs slong Rock
rt'er. paying their employes and the own--uf
'Ue gs in C'ks which were
..n, . B,we lhe ecks were pre.
ented the firm changed bands, by some
TrV. ""V1" the betteoff by
atwut HO.mi fet of fine walnut lJtrg. 7
A prominent farmer and F, M B A
man. of Coe, who was on bis way for the
tram to attend theF. M. B. A. con ven
tion at Springfield last week was sur
" f""" "cending the Zimmerman bill
, T.Ml.d ,op bus" w:l1' 'one
oecopant The horse had fallen asleep.
Judumg from the way he aurted and
fat bad befallen the occupant, as be
made no move for some time. Finally
he was arous-d. when be di.0H hi
- .-.. ,erp wmiD ,j ht of
Lome. What caus d his drowsiness Is
mystery. He evidently breathed I
hurl -.1 ... .
jreeiy or ten uutch bottom air. having
Just returned from there.
i- 'iSr-i" T"ifT' f
THE NEXT STEP.
W hat Cape narahalt katatw tsdsla
the war r Heaaepm sjaaal Wark.
Yesterday's Chicago Xete$ bad among
Its Washington dispatches the following:
Gen. Casey, the chief of engineers, said
today tbat after the passage of the river
and harbor bill he had informed Capt.
William Marshall, the engineer in phtrm
of the Hennepin canal, tbat there was an
appropriation oi f suu.uuo ror work on
that enterprise and asked him to submit
a plan as to the manner in which it
should be expended. Capt. Marshall re
eponded by submitting a very elaborate
and carefully considered report, in which
be suggested tbat the money be expended
for tbe dam and lock on Rock river, as
recommended in bis original report, upon
which tbe appropriation was based. It
appears that after the passage of the bill
by the house of representatives it was
sent to the senate, where an amendment
offered by Senator Gorman was added,
providing that the secretary could in his
judgment change tbe sizes and locations
of the various locks. Senator Gorman,
in offering this amendment, explained
that he had for many years been
engaged in tbe management of
a canal and knew from " per
sonal experience that boats of a cer
tain stza were more economical and con
venient than those of other size aud de
sign. It was thought necessary by him,
therefore, tbat the secretary of war
should make investigation to determine
upon the siza and design of boats to be
nsed and that the locks should be made
to conform to tbem.
Upon the receipt of Captain Marshall's
plana the chief of engineers called his at
ten lion to the suggestions of Mr. Gorman
and instructed htm to make a thorough
investigation of tbe character of boats
uaed upon artificial waterways in this
country and Europe for the purpose of
detertn niog which size and kind were
m st suitable for transportation purposes
on such channels as tbe proposed canal
Capt. Marsbvll will therefore devote the
next few weeks to this investigation, and
upon his report the secretary of war will
determine whether to adopt the specificas
tions for Iccks already submitted
or change tbem in accordance with the
discretion permitted him by the act of
29 C N Robinson toR A Brusso, part
of lots 9 and 10, block 15. town of
E J Mahan to C A Bloom, lot 2. block
9, John Hill's addition to Mo'ine, $1,000
Allvert Aswege to I Nitj, part of lot
15. Awege & Nelson's addition to Mo
D A Moorbousen to J Carlsen. part of
lot 3 block 4. Hi t's addition to Molioe,
N G Johnson to N Willimiilb. lot 2.
Schwejf'!nlera's sub-division. Moline,
John White to Robert Welch, at I, sej.
21. 16. 5. $1,600.
R H Munn to Gilpin Moore, lots 2 and
3, block J, Eil ae wood prk addition to
Rock Island. 1 2.222.
L S McCabe to R U Munro. lot 2.
block I. Edyewood Park addition to
Rock Island. 445.
SO- Cnarles Kinsley to Jacob Tracey,
part of ne. sw$. and part of nw, sej, 35.
16. lw. S3 (XX I.
r Jacob Tracey to tilen Kinsley, part of
ne, swj, and part of nw, se, 35, 16, lw,
Andrew Lind to Fred Adolphson, lotl.
block 3, D b llihn's additi n to Moline,
Lottie E Stevens to Chri9l CbrUtophe-
son, lot 4. block 1, Steven's third addi
tion to Moliue, 11.100.
E II Guyer to E W Hurst, part of lots
10 and 15. block 1, College Heights addi
tion to Kock Island. 500
George Jones to Rock Isl.tnd Lumber
Co. part of lots 5 and 6. blo-k 2. Ben
Haraer's second add:tion to Rock Island,
Ellen Riley to Thomas Davis' et al
part of lots 5 and 6, block 14. i.U town of
Moline, f 1.
30 Estate of Oustav Anderson. L;t
ters of administration issued to Mary
Anderson; bond riled and approved.
Guardianship of Carl B. Smith.
Guardian's report filed and approved, and
E-tate of Francis C. Patterson. Exe
cutors report filed and approved.
An luanlt to the .abortus; Men.
Koeuler, the republican nominee for
county clerk, is circulating a printed
statement very diligently tbat Charles
Creutz, tbe democratic candidate is, on
account of being a laboring man, "with
out experience in the offiee, and conse
quently would be unable to avoid delay.
loss of time, fatal mistakes, and all those
more or less serious irregularities which
would cause the people who transact
business in that office much difficulty
and confusion." This misrepresentation
of facts will hardly be relished by the la
boring men who are proud and very
justly, too of Creutz. who, notwitb
standing tbat be happens to be one of
their numbor, is not incapable as Koeb
ler's friends say. On tbe other ha 3d, be
Is a man of much intellect, a self-educated,
thoroughly competent man, who is
fuily as well qualified to discharge tbe
duties of county clerk though he Is a
working man as Koehler, who has lived
easily off tbe people of the county for
WHAT FLEMING WOULD LIKE
lre I. ltd Propoaltlan Hade by the
Fleming has broken out again in a
new place this time. He says the A rocs
seems to have him on the brain, when be
meant that it had him on tbe biD. Ho
claims no blame for the men in the lower
end of town who propose votinc for
Mest. 1 bat being settled, the world will
jog along in the old way. He thinks
the Arocs could learn lessons of tariff
reform from tbe laboring men and me
chanics of this city. There is no doubt
of it, and the men themselves are leirn
ing new lessons every day and will learn
more as the winter progresses, but tbe
lessons will be dear. Fleming wants
some of the A Rous men to accompany
bio. on a tour of the city, carrying with
them copies of the Mills'and McKioley bills
on a sort of t-triff crusade, as it were
but he didn't mean that, unless the bills
were disguised as an original package.
Mr. Fleming is altogether too full ot
tariff. He should fortify himself with
something more inspiring.
VI own tbe soft impeachment." I ac
knowledge that life was a weariness and
living a top. until I cured my sore throat
with Salvation Oil.
. Hard Coal Xarkn.
Best quality Anthracite coal, all sizes.
f 7 25 per ton, screened and delivered.
25c per ton discount for cash. Cannel
coal for grates, blacksmiths' coal, coke
and charcoal always on hand.
E- G. FBAZKK.
For all who are held by the chains of
scrofula nr nth.r itinMu. . u. wi .
- .MO UIUUU
cornea from Hood's Sarsaparilla, wbicb by
luiparuog ids elements or good taeaHn
and strength to tbe vital fluid, dissolve
the bonds of disease and seta the captive
iree. no otner remedy in existence
unmhlnM the Ywtaltiw aaamam-w ik u
f UWU.J . uv
culiar merit and the medicinal power of
r-r i a :t
nS3T-",t- "fiTi-inr ''inr mi nil i m nwin i m
ALL ARE FOR CABLE;
Why Dr. Haaselquist and Dr. 01 n
der Support Him.
They Keoca-alae Hia Ability aaa r t-
easi aaa will at be Cfcaacea 1t
Hlsnreaeatatlaaa aaa Slaaaer.
"Heaalaadet" l-iasst Have The a.
Editor of the Aaous-
Orioh. In., Oct. SS..IIemlaniet
Is afraid that Hon. Ben T. Cable
will be elected for congrejs. Tlie
good Lutherans celebrate the reformalu n
day today, the 81 of Oct-, and I must try
to reform tbe 8wedish weekly. HemUineUt.
Said paper seems to be mad because I. a
minister of tbe gospel, together with Dr.
T. N. Hasselquict and others, dared to
speak the truth concerning Mr. Cablo.
Jleinlandet has for some weeks been full
of harangues concerning Hon. Ben T.
Cable's standing to railroads, monopolies,
trusts, the Auguotana Colleen, the Hens
nepin canal, tbe Tammany Hall league,
the saloons and many other things .
Knowing and reading what an awful
picture Hemlandet gave of Mr. Cable I
felt as I must give the truth to our Swed
ish people. I conferred with Dr. T. N.
Hasselquist, Rev. Erl Carlson and other
and tbe consequence was an ar
ticle from Dr. T. N Hasselqnist, the pres
ident for the Augustana Coll 'ge and me
in Hemlandet; some other writings from
me and Mr. Martin Jacobson and from
me alone against the biggest lies and
against the most malicious attacks mad(
upon our noble, learned, wise and bril
liant candidate, Hon Ben T. Cable.
Hemlandet feels sore over the truth and
ask if it is possible tbat oar pastors are the
"Judases of these days; is it possible that
P-stor Olanjer is one of those who beg
to throw dirt at our Swedish American
name, etc." What does Hemlandd mean?
Does Judas speak the trutht Is truth
dirt? No, sir! But when the bear can't
overpower the lion it growls as its lat
ho;. Have we, (not voting catil-)
Swedish -Americans, the right to vote for
the man we think most suitable f r con
gressf Have we no right to speak as we
believe? Is IletaUndtt our king? Are
we going to permit Hemlandet to lie as it
pleases about Mr. Cable? No,
sir I We are free and no
party slaves. And I can hereby inform
JfetH'mulet that the most clear-headed
Swedish Americans are going to vote tor
Mr. Cable. 1 have the pleasure to know
tbat old and young republicans are going
to vo'e for Mr. Cable. I have the pleas
ure to know tbat professors, pastors,
lawyers, merchants, mechanics and gen
eral workingmen amnne the Swedish
Americans arj going to vote for Mr.
Cnble. I bsve the pleasure to inform
Hemlandet tbat sober, brilliant, noble and
christian Swedish-Americans are going
to vote for Mr Cable. And all these are
not Koing to give him a "vote of thanks."
but a vote of hope tbat he will prove to
be, and most surely will be. tbe best man
nominated from the Eleventh district.
We are glad that be is nominati d, and
we are going to vote without asking
Hem'andet one word of permission.
Carl O Oi.ander.
BEAU THIS IN MINI).
i't Ha Aim ay a Hera AstiinHt ihe
Gest never got an approptiation in
congress for anything. All the money
tbat has ever been obtained from that
source came in spite of Gest. The money
for the viaduct and the viaduct itself
were obtained agfcio&t the stubborn oppo
sition of Gest.
Tbe moDey for the arsenal shops came
through the regular appropriations, and
if Gc-9t bad had a friend who was op
posed to it our congressman would have
voted against it.
The money for arsenal improvements
came in the same way.
The appropriations for tbe Moline
Water Power Pool, the Port Byron bar,
the Nauvoo bar, and the Des Moines rap
ids were all granted through the river
an 1 harbor bid, which bill Gest had no
more to do with than any other congress
man who voted for it. Imagine Gest
framing a bill for an appropriation, in
troducing it, enlisting the interests of
men in favor of it, presenting its merits
in a convincing way, and by persist
ence, assiduity, force of argument
and an earnestness thut wins sympathy
getting it allowed! Can any ote
imagine a thing like that? How much
easier it is to conjure up the truth and
picture to the mind's eye a weak, hesitats
ing man one who is not sure when he
has tight on bis side, and when he thinks
be has, is not capable of enforcing it.
Lacking in aptness, ingenuity, resources,
quality of speech, force of character, or
grace of manner lacking in all that per
tains to tbe fif.ing representative, what
could be expected at the hands of such?
The districts represented by such men as
Springer, Mason, Cannon, Paysonnd oth
ers of that character whether democrats
or republicans are known in Washington,
and their wants respected because of the
men who represent them. Somelimceright
and sometimes wrong, though tbey be,
they have at least a dinity or force
that commands respect. But Gest!
Tbe more tbe subject is discussed the
more apparent does the imbecility of our
AND Tlllsi IS FAME.
Oar Klaiaa- Barrister In a strange
Towards the conclusion of a speech
made by Gest in Macomb, tbe Eagle of
that city, says:
A fitting finale to th's fiasco was the
luirouucuon oi j. Dearie, of Kock la
land, a dough-faced booby, who wore
eye-glasses in the endeavor to appear In
tellectual. He prefaced his remarks with
the assertion, "I have read." tbe aud
ience being left in ignorance whether it
was in the Flint or Second reader. He
asserted tbat tbe country was in a pros
perous condition; said Mr. Gest had ex
hausted his subject, and then proceeded
to flop tbe bloody shirt To say tbe few
ueoole who heard hi m out wprn Hiufriiataff
is but to mildly state tbe fact. Tbe
meeting was an inglorious fizzle without
Searle. but a speech from him waa nilina
imbecility on folly.
Elsewhere the same paper said:
C J. Searle. an inanlent rnnnv hn
fawns at Gest'a feet, stood before the
remnants ot an intelligent M-nmh aud
ience and said: ,
t'l Was born and rained in Arkannaa
and am ashamed of it."
Every inhabitant of "Arkansas who
reads tbe above will be heartiiv ashamed
of tbe same thing.
Manager Montrose has secured the fa
mous "Pair of Kids" company to eive one
performance at Rick I.-land on Saturday
night. Nov. 8..' Tbe company is beaded
by that well known pftntominic, eccentric
comedian Ezra Kendall . A good hearty
laugh ia hugely enjoyed by everyone and
Kendall and the "Kids" have a reputation
of five successive years in tbe laughter '
New Solrit: Wu thai a nn Ko
you just turned away? 8t. Peter: No:
cis record u Rood enough; but he's been
tbe bead man in small town all hia life,
and I know there'll be no Mying with him
rilE ROOII ISLAND
. Is tbejRiost ancient and most general of all
diseases. Scarcely a family Is entirely tree
from It, while thousands everywhere ara Its
suffering slaves. Hood's Sarsaparilla has
had remarkable soeeess In earing every form
of scrofula. The most severe abd painful
running sores, swellings In tha neck or
goitre, humor in the eyes, causing partial
or total blindness, yield to the powerful
Sects of this medicine. It thoroughly re
moves every trace of Imparity from tbe
blood and builds op the weakened system.
Hood's Sarsapari I la
Sold br annntHt. tl ; rtx for fM. Prpr4 aaty I Bold bj drogirln fl ; tlx foe f i. rropand oa
by C. I. HOOD CO, Apothccarlai. Lowell, Mass. I by OIL HOOD A OX. ApotbataxMa, Lowau. Maav
IOO Doses One Dollar ' IOO Doses One Dollar
ADVIuE TO KOTHtKS.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth ? If so.
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children
teething. Its value is incalculable. It
will relieve the poor little sufferer imme
diately. TX'pend upon it mothers, there
is no mistake about it. It cures dysen
tery, diarrhoea, regulates the stomach
and bowels, cures wind colic, softens the
gums, reduces inflammati in and gives
tone and energy to the whole system.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for
Children Teething is pleasant to tbe
taste, and is the prescription of one of
the oldest and best female nurses and
physicians in the United States, and is
for sale by all druggists throughout the
world. Trice 25 cents a bottle.
$100 Reward $100.
Tbe readers of tbe Argcb will be pleased
to learn that there is at least one dreaded
disease that science has been able to cure
in all its stages, and that is catarrh.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive
cure now known to the medical fraternity.
Catarrh being a constitutional disease, re
quires a constitutional treatment. Hall's
CttarTh Cure is taken Internally, acting
directly up n the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system, thereby destroying
the foundation of the disease, and giving
tbe patient strength by building up tbe
constitution and assisting nature in doing
its work. The proprietors have so much
fnith in its curative powers, tbat they
offer one hundred dollars for any case
tbat it fails to cure. Send for list of tes
F. J. CitKKKKY & Co . Toledo. O
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Tbe Great American Chora.
Sneezing, snuffling and coughing! This
is tbe music all over tbe land just now
" I've got euch an awful cold in my head."
Cure it with Ely s Cream Balm or it may
end in the toughest form of catarrh. May
be you have catarrh now. Nothing is
more nauseous and dreadful. This rem
edy masters it as no other ever did. Not
a snuff nor a liquid. Pleasant, certain,
If K SOLO BVALU
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio.)
lias Permanently Located ia
In the past six months he has. suecewsfuily
of the most never character.
1 he name of a few who live In Davenport and
vie nlty. who have bee a lucceMfully treated are
gtv tn below:
r A L Pain, Mrs Wary Watson, rheumatism ;
Mln Lizzie Wnce. Mr John Speiker. raiarrh;
Mli Anna Davis. Mr v.'oi Saukevf, scrofula: Mrs
J A Wtsuer. Mr F L Ma onhamer. beaft disease;
Mrs F W it lr.hr II, (11 years standing! piles;
Mr Samuel 8 jtieea, (la - ) piles;
Mr Istah Doty ( T niles;
Mrs Msy Wendt. J A Wrti;lit, Sarah Mu'nson.
Fra tk Hayes. Wm McUranahau, N K Tbompsou,
f em tie disease.
These art a very few of the many testimonials
the toe tor has, but they are ensueh to show what
can b done by one who thoroughly understands
tbe "use and treatment of disease.
HrLos of Manhood, Seailnal Weakness, and
Errora of Youth, positively and permanently
UPossltlvely no case taken that eai.not be
cure 1. Correspondence accompanied by 4c ia
a lan. p promptly answered.
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tUI lithe IXJi. avtrmrs lit tall. talk, tkh-aga.
We i (fee for sale a numtwr if mere tracts In
amoun from fo.tili to fAHllil. Terms generally H
tu Mica A. balaiH 1. 2 and 3 rearsh tier cent interest.
senio have for sale well howled business prote
rues.i nd other SHfe Ken I Kslate I n vest nten ts.
A our liter of doslrable tirsl morwam town for
ale. dr.hwlng6 per cent semi-annual I iiu-re.l.
Corre. potMlence solicited and pntmpllyanswemd.
. Maps ud lull Inioruuuion seuionappueallon.
SPECIAL BARCAINS IN ACRES.
I'rlea 4ttM Per Acre, ,
IWvae m on Areher Are.. near 47 ih jjt. r.tBL
r l acre , on Clmt-t. at Klsdun tttsUoa. aVJUUu.
Made, In Proviso. Hec. -4. t.L
11 aer is at liesplalnes I? miles from Court Hon
at luneci n of two raliroao. CUV
tr... t ---n. I l.lftllt
&4 acre at tiariem. tljuu.
9U aer ton Htonev island Bomwvard. Just son tk(
daeksttn Park. t-lUU.
Hi cr l in Jegerson. IKSO.
Al aer ikn Cmwto, m Belt B. Bv, tum.
Ex. S. iwm
ARGUS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER
"My little daughter's life was saved, at
w believe, by Hood's Baraaparllta. Befara
she was six months old ah had t mooing
scrofula aurrs. On physician advised tha
amputation of ana of lirr Dngm, to which
w refased Mnent. When s bnran giving
her Hood's oVreaparUta, a marked Improve
ment wia Borterd and by a coutlnnednse of It
her reoorer) a as rompK le. And she Is now,
being sevea years aid. strong and healthy.
B. C. Jokes, Alna, Lincoln County, Mo.
K. B. Be sure to get Hood's.
THE 1 KATELEKS (jfJlDE.
CUICaOO, BX K ISLAND FAClrlU KAIL
way Depot comer fifth avenoe and Thlrty-Hr-t
street. C 11 Skalton, agent
! tLiiva. AaiT.
Council blad A Mwueso-1
a uT Ilpml
Kanru Cliy Day Kxpfcas...
Washington liprm -.
Council Blnna A Btinnefo- I
ta ItniiM. I
4:50 un I 1 rt am
6:50 am 10:M pa
1:16 pni IS :05 pm
7:50 pm' nttfam
Council Bluffs 'onahal J
Limited Vr-lihnlo Kx.. f .M'.M am
Eaosas city Limited........ 10 56 pm : am
tUomg west, tuning earn. 'Dally.
BCHLINtJTON HOUTK-C B. ii. RAIL
way Depot Pint arenas and 81xlenih
M J. Voang, aavnt.
I ' tm anmrra.
a aa aia a . 4 am
' 7 40 am 7:1$ pm
5'55 pit! SK am
1 1:00 pm! 10:3.1 am
I :liamt l:M)pm
13:5 pro j 40 am
j 7:15am 6:45pm
I 10.36 am :( pm
fU Luou aprea
HL. Ljoift Kxpreaa. .
St. Pol Eipreay
rieardstown Paosewjer. ...
Way Krvl-.-ht (Moomooth)..
Way Freight tSurlin)....
CHICAGO. MILWACKKK ST. PAUL RAIL
way Kaeine A eonthwentrra Division De
pot Tweittetb Ktrort. between First and second
STenoe. K. D. W. Holme, aecnt.
a a. ZZ
mail aua axprrar
SU Paul Kxra.
rt A A ccoa mortattna......
ROCK 1LAND A PEOKIA RAILWAY DK
pot First Tenua and Twentieth atrecL F.
H. Rockwell. Agent.
Faat Mall ilprvaa ,
8:t& am 7:30 pm
t.suam 1 l ym
til am X-0U pm
4 W on 8:06 am
JOTICK OF FINAL 8KTTLKMKNT.
Estate of Sherman . Elliott. Drreyntd.
Public notice ia hereby gives. That lb nnder
iime.1, A-hlcjr W, Klliolt, a.lmlnl.iralor emm trs
lamenla atuuo of Hherman 4. Kllkiti, drceered.
bas ihia laj tied bin tnal hp. aod eettlrment
a nch in the cnuntv ronrt of Rock lland roomy,
and thjt an older hae been entered by mid coort
aiproviiui the aaid report, onleo otij.viloiia there
to or can-e to the contrary be hoa on or before
toe Bra day of October A D. 1: and apo the
Snal appn.val of aid reirt the aald A.hley W.
Klliott will aah to be dix haivrd. Allprrntnl In
lereeied are not 'Del to attend.
Hoca leiaad.llL, Aurn-t Hl
, AMILfcY W. LI.LIiTT.
Am'nlatratnr evm Uftauunla aniso of Sherman
O. Kliiott, deceased aept I d Aw
Etnte of Barbara Kir. Deceased.
The andcr-iirned, having been appointed Ex
eon inr of the enlate of Burt ara Rl", late
of the county of Kock Ipland. auie of llllnoia.
deceased, hereby givea notice thai be will
appeal hefore the C"nnty own of K.ck lland
co.inti.al the ottlce of the clerk of raid roan. In
the city cf Rock l-lanrt. at the November term, on
the rirt Monday in November nril, at which time
all pern havins elalme hiin-l aaideMaie are
notlued and requeU-d to attend for i be panmrrof
having theaame aUjuated. All neron lndeh-d
to paid estate are requcMied to make immediate
payment to tbe uaderaiiroed.
'" thia 15tb day nf September, A. U.. 141.
rcpld3w John KISS. Eiecntor.
Estate of Cbarlea Dnnn, deceased.
Theun.leraiirned havinc nen appointed admin
Inratriz of the ealale of Ctiarle Donn. lata
of the conntv of Rock Inland t.t of lil n..i. hm.
ceased, berehy eiv notice thai be will appear
before the county ronrt of Kock lalaad roomy, si
the orrlce of the clerk of aaid court, in the euro
Kock Island, at the November term, on the Cr-t
Monday in November next, at which time all
persona h vine claims airainst aald state are no
tifledand requested to attend for ibe purpose of
havinvr the same adlneted. All persons indented
to -alii estate are requested to make Immediate
im mem io uirunacrsienea.
Dated this Ifith dav -ftemher. A . D. 1l.
ATHKKINE A. DL'NN. Adminiatratriz
Estate of Thomas Shea Tlees4
The undrrsirned having been a: pointed exern
or of the last will and testament of Thomas
Shea, lale of the county or Kock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gtvee aoiire that be
win sttear oeiore inernuuiy conn or Kock Island
county, at the office of the clerk of said court. In
Hie CUT of Rock Island, at the Ikeeetnher tem, n
the first Monday in .'errmber next, at which lime
all persons having claims arain.i said estate ate
notified and requested to attrnd,forthr purpose of
wiiiK Mie same aajHsiea. All person Indented
to said estate are requested to make la. mediate
pavmem 10 me niiat-rc iCTien.
Dated Ibis lTlh day of Oetoher. A. D.. tffS.
liEUCK KB ASK, Kxrcuto-.
gPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICK.
. Notice Is hereby elvea to all persons interested.
uwiiucch council oi ine ciiy or rtts-k Island,
having ordered that : There be con "ironed m said
city au underground sewer eommenc'ng annul
seventy feet west of Eighteenth street, la the
alley next south of Second avenge running thence
west along Ihe center of said alley lo and across
Market sooare in a eouthwesterlv direction mnA
there connect with a public sewer, lav amiHed to
, me TOiiiny court oi jtock isiana coanty. in tbe
-"' ot miauls, lor an as-essmenl or the coals of
said improvement according lo tx neut-; and.
au assessement thereof having been made and
returned to said court, the ftnal bearing thereon
in "e u"u ai tue aoveniDer term of said conn
commencing on Ihe Huh day f Noven l r A II
l!W0. All pers tis desiring may then and there
appear aud make their defi-nc.
Us ed at Urn k 1-l.iid, Illinois, this S5th day of
V-.IUUri A. im 17911.
j ii. clklanp.
-aaa orvaimro a-
which don It work In a thorough manner.
-w it f horonghly purine the air and remove
all obnoxious smells. For sal at Kmil Koehler'
Price 60 Cents ml Bottl.
R. R. TICKET
(Member American Ticket Broker A as In)
Reduced Rates to all Points.
OFFICK .la Adam Kxprera Office under
Harper House .
SOLA AOKHT FOK
Tkw rop Mfg Oo.'t Bicycle. Ladle and
Children Kicycle a apecialty . (
)F ALT.. nitsrRTPTinwa
Promptly and neatly execs led by the turn Jo
it nttan'tosi nM j Osmwaeclsl ork
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICAL CO.'S
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
14 and If Maldea Lane. N. t. Branch: Msrioe.
In.d-jFf7. ' T Tismma, ltrugglw. Kock
is I sua, UL eep. f tii
lmir Wi rZZj
It will Pay you to Examine It
ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
CHAS. W. YERBURT. Manaijir.
Sncreririor to Adamson & Kuiek,
Shop Nineteenth St., br-L
GeneralJobhing and Kt pairing promptly don.
JPSecond Hand MarLin-ry bought, told and repaired
House and Sign Painter.
First -class Graining anil Paper HwiOA.
P. O. Box 672.
HOIS Al LIVES-
By aslnf A F. SrtiraH's. the plonrr rrsi
dcnl Litiliung Hoi ilcalrrs rrlcbraled
hlrta h kerp constantly on hand. Any )b, to
matipr bow rotaphratcd. ao In tb mol
clent 'tic manner. om petition ia
prlcr and quality defieA.
A. F. SCHMIDT.
Jio. U TwtntwU KucA Island.
After SJ year siixrlrnc la u-chnr Instra
tnrnUI Mdsic. I will promise yoo morr tbrory wlta
les h-ssun for the k-asl nioucy of any w B r in
andar onr nis-rviston. airvn each avrnll r.apil.
Tracbrrs will sarc tnonrs to order their Music
Bonk of as One'tbird off of ataritrd nrr nn
hhrat music to every one. Leave orders, nstnirg
author, at ny music room. lil 8ocond aTrnae,
We nak a specialty of teaching Inexperienced
teachers how to leach.
Address me at luo Brady St.. Tarrmrr. la.
K9. C. A. MlOKKKK.
A. D. HUESIN6
Represents, amotur other lme-tned ana well
know Fir lasarancc (Jumpanie b folloanaA :
Royal Insurance Oompaiy, of Knrlsod.
Wrsrhetter Kire Ins. l'omianr S . V.
Buffalo rmaa Ins tio , Ituflslo. N. V.
Korhester Uermaa In C o.. rUvhaster, H. T.
tliisens Ins Co., of PiU'barxk, fa.
ttun Kire OrTit-e. London.
I'nio Ins. Co., of fahforala.
Secority laa. ti New H tsoa, Cn-a.
Mllwauare Mechanic In. . M ilwankee, W is
(snau kire la. Cow of Pworta, IU.
Office Cor. 18th 8l, And Seoond Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
John Volk & Co.,
- M annf aetarert of'
BaaX Dtion, Blinde. Sidiog, FlootiD;.
and all kind of wood work for boildars.
llChtoaatb bU, bat rklrd and rosrtk ara.,
Waia Aveaft Vneb " - - SM U.. ... I .
Ladle I'm I Doc' Periodical Pill, of Pan,
, " - aa.Mww w aciNnpiisa all UH I
cJsaasedfortfcwsB. TobeaaW auoiklytortroabU
CI i'. LTL".v dlraeooo. with k
- w. Mswoport, aad of all
Tbey have got It.
It will make jour borne happy.
It will not a or moke.
It baa large b pan.
It baa heavy ate! IxkIj.
It keep Ore all nighL
IT la thk
the grandest prod urt inn of mixlrrn tior.ee.
We Invite you to call aol fiatntLe nor
iromenae lioe nf KiveraMe Rlovei and Rapgn.
an.l 1C17 SECOND AVENUE.
AND DIAI.LR IK
Wronglit and Cast Iron and Ia l Pipe
Uof, Packing, Sewer and Drain Til.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
CeTl&t work At fair priren. EalimaU furailr4.
Ifflce ami shop 1 1 1 th St . Tclr pboe 1 1 n.
Rock Island, 111.
Hock Island, III.
First and Second Aveone,
C. HOPP E.
a kEt kivtn hi
l'iill tfnit injis.
No 180S Second arena,
HoCK ILAND, ILU
Sbop Poanh Ave. act. l H and tM 9t.
Allava Pain and
Ueala the S.ire
a. - Wkvi. IlkI IT "w . .
TRY THE CUREHAY-FEVER
A pwrttclr Is applied Into earh aMrll aad I
agreeable, pnre ao csoi at nnrrwa : by mail
re.isierr J. w cenia. LI B K'H 11 K KS. M sr
re sireei ew vara.
NO PLACE LIKE HOME
t timer the ynr ws rsallss lht asnrs ratty
tnss dortne ths uioist aoe wm mmmtbm Tb
bnl4MlMi.st.a'U b strr-w m mm ii
sarin, and lbs TT bM sir I" t) Ih m I. rwS nmtm
m las rsm.li a I Ml-. es sMski4 ca.U.ra-
ins an MiOTsiaesaMO mm
tins .4 Ibe hl asts tm IhM
K aabe,Krwerr. FWher. New tmktawd awA
wtn h Iswnd a osalMy aaA
flt sibusl la to entrr
Oar pntmm sj lbs kmt sn
and i t a siU srtl m lbs
- Mill,, .nil j
rl-tLric HHKIN I rEI.T east only
wwvprr pp,uivim. Bisae S w ins
f iw years, aad an y.we raa pat tl oa. . ad stami
samj4e sad fall pamcuUrs.
Ovm Alas tc Kooriaa ('.
and 41 Wewt Broadaay. Xiv Tola.
Local Agents Wanted.
J. M. BUFORD.
Va d PV iMTiatttiN Oawsaowfcas
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
r a awe sslsbas -- .
. . ' WBW.
Call ae sswd IW ewealar
IfWM, ly-li)S lUMI
mrr. Taw m. m m T
mtm. ? mf nt
tHTwTir. ! VltAwV
-CCvTesussL Vasl . mMmr m o .
sarlsly awaaaalsd bay
ii 1 1 ul vMb aaslas.
Ba44p lw sad
CO.. tmr. ts
iiwrfm i i m m ii. ssa i. aaa. Mas i w .wia swMiy aaorTte ar ArV-k ka Iba iaihi.
Bed Room Sets,
- Carpets. Curtains. s
AUK NOW COMPLKTK.
CwTCatl and are oar lioe.
No. 103, 105 and 107 East Second St.,
Trlt phone t'M.
J. B. ZIMMER,
Tn WELL K50WX
Ha jest mutrrsl from Humr artl ..uld tteas to L 'r s ,;
Li 1se ft lisiDe-s ia
Star Hutc, OrpiTit II a urn: H.ik.
FALL, AND WINTER SUITINGS
f. 91 have ber rxivy
J. T. DIXOJNT.
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woojen.
1706 8ecoad Avrtcr.
C J. V. SCIlKEINEIs
Contixctor trncl liailclcr-
Plaa aad twcKratioM f.nu.Sed aa al' da-e. af wek Aba aewl d Waiera P-ta H
a alJia B ind. MMUa( eiylMk aad Mnaa.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor eind Builder.
Office anj Shop Corset tVvi)ifa-n. K 13 t T I J
AnJ Seven lA Aveoae, XVOCK liland.
lT"All klaata 1 ArDoilc vae a str:ty r1sMWsajawsitfrssf talAus
faraieked aa aasxaoauaa
tHaccesser tsOaJws Wr A vlfer
Contractor and Builder.
8hop Third arecn-, botwn 10th and 11th BttWle,
(TnA Kock "a old susd.)
laT AU kinda nf Ctrproirr aroy. aa4 r pairirtc doM. SaUaf actios fHArABua-2 .
Haa nrarwed bla New and Sriou
No. 1C-20 to ICG TLird at-con,
vberc be wouM be p1eael ta are bia friravla.
sV All klads af drlaka aa bmI as au t- ..j.. . . k u.k ..a .i m ...
CT. JSL. CHBISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
HAIV'ACTVBII OF CBACItU Al BltCDlTA
Aak jour Urorcr fur taeav Tbrj are twwt-
rPcUltla; TVeCwrlsy0TITI-'aad tAaCwrtaty "WlfXA"
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
F. W. HERLITZEA.
No. 12. TwcaUdb Bueef, eit la
for dm fltuag
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Mad la tA latswt yW. Aaw rewalrbaf vwm 1
Practical Tile and
BeeedcAt 811 TweAtj-Srat
DAVIS & CO,
Pile, Hraet ra.k ,t
Hose, Fire Itr'Mk. V:.r
DFAN SaTFAM PIIMPC M(l
SIGHT FEED LUER1CMWS
T gwanwli s rf fi si's .
Twrwiy f triwl. to r.-.,. i . (. .
Safety llrwlinc IViVr at1 Cv'iaf..
foraiaAtu i l)in ut. fl
I?!! F'ty Its
Trtisana list Hom t i. , i..i. is
COMPLETE IN ALL
For Oalalotraee A ! '
7 C. DUHCAK.
ilesf u. esery ay sa M as ia.
Coarad rVAneklrr'i eroorrj. IUk lalaawt.
Brick: tt Layer.
St. Trd tv 8u Pmol Depot.
. zi .