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THE AKGUS. TUESDAY. MABCH. 22, 181)2
XtCnrsColdft,Coof b.Sr Tbrot,Croap.Infiacii
, Whooping Coufh,BroBrhiUDd Asthma, a cr
tia rr for Consumption in first ttar. mod mire rHief
tn adraneed stagr. tnc. Tea will tee the
excellent effect after taking the first dote. Pnta
fej dealers vrj whcr. LtjK 1hUv, tt) cvttt i4 $1.00.
A Selicircs s:i Healthful C:afection!
THE PUREST AND BEST CUM
mvr.n offi red to tms public!
ITS IKHD.'CIHAl PROPERTIES ARE iNVALUASLf!
IS HIGHLY BENEFICIAL TO PYSPfPTICS.
It whiten the trih and w.Tt'n the hreruli. im
parts a pU-,ts;wit t:iste in i'iu moutii, an.l un agree
able feelin- to t'u? sioin.u-a.
Borg's elioc-To Gum i tho lrt, trv it onrf. and
you will i;ve i:,, rt;, r afn rw.id-. If anv denier
you ak for it. h. n n K, t it, tak no oilier, but Ko
tomcwhue '.-,-. Von v.i.l tin 1 all progressive
Healrrs lave n. th.it U the Us of dtaltis to p-rcoi-'c
aUv..vs tor anytlii i: you want.
CHEW BCRC'S CHOC-TO CUM,
59 4. 61 C. CANAl ST., - CHICAGO, III.
HARTZ & BAHNSEN,
Wholesale Acer's for Kock Ixiacd.
A-' yr.n- rriiL-c-i-! for
(? if Jin; i. Ih.oulv
nwi pumnrai rcmeilv iorall 1
tLe i;:;tiiiitin.l di- liaa-cs ami
:i'.av.!,M'jM s cf men atui tho
:-!uli:.ttitig v.akness pe. ulicr
voi.h n. It ciifs in a few
ivs wilht.v.t the ei.i or
ALL KINDS OF-
Cast Iron Work
done. A tpeclaity of furnishing al. kinds
of Stoyea with Canines at 8 ocnta
A MACHINE SHOP
ba been added where all kind of machine
work will be done (trst-claee.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE
DOWNING BROS.. Propts.
grECIAt, commissioner's sale.
STATS OK ILLINOIS, i
Rock Island County. (
In tbe Pircnit Court nf the .laiinary Trrm. A.
D. isni. in Ctianccrv.
Gorcc C'lclinil, ennr otte Pirk. Cmrlotte K
Hirn. Fn-d. nrk W. II ii cr. AMii- II. IIil;ier
an l Miriam L. II jl i if r by El r- V". HurM, their
L-iinrdi in. Pawl E. Park. Z-.-ila L. I'ark and
.loun II. Prk by th. i-Mt frienl. Sarah Park,
pcti i.ir.T-. v. .losej.'i llj.lirr and Jnhn S.
Hillier, dcfenilan's i'jr'.t on.
Notiec i h'-ri by tivru that by vlrt le of a de
cree of said court eiitercd tn tlw nt).tve eutit'ed
cait-eori ne.r:h dny of M.i-ch, A. P. I chill
on Kiid i. tlio 8th t ay of Apr !. A. If. IMiJ. at the
bonr of o'clock in the af c iron, nton the
premise? lit rcicaf'cr riecrib -d, to rniNfy fattl
derree. rvl at pub'.ic nttct'.on to the lub;etand
bct hiddirr for cai-h in liand, ttio-e certain par
cels of land ith tli appurtenance s tuat in the
omnty ot Kic lsiaid. and Ma'.c of I'.linois,
known an1 dencribert a follows, lo-ivit:
The ea.-t Imlf of of lot five (.it and the we-! half
of lot f.ur (4i. a'l in blook t Ine (Hi in ttiat part of
the city of Kock I!ar.d that is known us Taonip
Fon and VeM addition.
Dated at Ho -k Ipinil. I11ti.it-. thii !):h day or
March, A. 1). lSHi. Ol.lVEIt oLES.
Special Pom niHcioncr.
.Tack n A II'.'Rst, Solicitors for CompI tV.
School Books, Toys and Candy,
Tablets and Stationery.
A fuil l!nc d freth
Cigars and Tobacco
Always on band,
W. TREFZ & CO,,
2223 Fonrth Ave.
PIANOS, ORGAKS, VIOLINS & GUITARS
imT Sont niiTwhoro on 10 dHrs
rif iriHl. Krt'iuhi imld Loth w v
ISt'iiU for catalog & price lift
THOMPSON MUSIC CO.
Wabash Ave, CHICAGO.
X. B.-Srnd fir to nnTpnutHfzo
and we will prn 'i'piwes of
lat muK.c FREE anrl mir larvr
rutHlng of ShtM-t Muic and
BMks with cut rates.
ftaTwr ,fw tar S r Y I. J A ark aC Sal I
The Rlslitnof Women t aidrr the St w
Liw s l'n4emtod by the Women
Who me Aoxluus tu Vote.
s Mrs !U M. Orr, state euperinteDdeLt
of the dt part meet of franchise of the
Equal Su Irage eociety, has Issued the
followiog address to her co-laborerp,
whi:h wi I give rise to a wide ('iffcrencc
of opinion when contrast d with the late
ruling of Slate's Attorney Sturgeon on
the interpretation of the Itw:
The new school law, according to the
late decision ot the supreme ccurt of Illi
nois, covtrs the following points:
1st. Women may vote for trustees for
s:bool f wnships. This election takes
place annjally the second Saturday in
April, when one trustee shall be elected
for the term of three yeats.
In counties adopting township organ i
zitiou th trustees shall be elected at the
same time as the town officers, namely
the first Tuesday in April.
21. For district directors, who are
elected annually on the third Siturday in
April, whin one director shall be elected,
who shall hold his office three years.
3 1. In all fchool districts having a pop
ulntion of 1 .000 and not over 100.000 in
habitants, which are not governed by any
special a t in relation to free schools,
there is elected, instead of directors, a
board of education, which shall consist ot
a presider t and sis memberj The pres
ident frhali be elected annually, and shall
bold his cfUce for the term of one year.
The annu il election of members of the
board of education shall be on the third
Saturday in April, ween one-third of the
members t hall be elected for the term of
The above mentioned elections are held
under the general echol laws of Illinois;
but in many of the incorporated cities
and villaus, school boards are either ap.
pointed b the major, with the advice or
consent of the council, or are elected
under sou e special act, when the number
nf members and the time of election may
differ from the provisions of the general
school law. Yoursmay beof theseclasses;
if so, you mus'. ascertain the fact, and i'e
governed ticcordinaly. If school offijcrs
are clccttd in your township or district
you have h right to vole for them.
Any wo nan 21 years of ae, resident
of the state, and having the proper quali.
fixations, u eligible to any nCice of school
director, n.ember of boatd of education,
township trustee, slate or county tuptr
intendent or regent.
A wotnaa must be a citizen of the Uni
ted Slates, a resident of the state one
year, of th j county 0.) days, of the town
ship or school district :!0 days.
Women must be citrons of the United
States befi re they can vote. All women
born in the United Slates are cit zms.
All wornet wh were born in a foreign
country, a id whese fathers had been nt
uralized bt fore tbey became of age. are
citizens. We are ot the opinion that all
wives of Ii rjicu birth whose husbands
have been naturalized are citizens. bc
cause undi r the law the husband and
wife becocie one, his domicil is hers, his
citizenship becomes hers. The same
with a native born husband who marries
a foreign born woman; but that foreien
born womun can apply for naturalization
papers independent ef the action f her
husband. However, these questions will
have to be settled by the courts.
All single women of foreign birth
whose tatters had not been naturalized
before they reached their majority, must
apply to tt e circuit or county courts for
the necessary naturalization papers, and
should da t o at once.
Registration is not a necessary qualiQ.
ction to voting for these c (Users. But
the act of 1S91 relating to.woman's vot
ing provides that women shall be regis
tered in thj same manner as is provided
for the reg stratum of male voters. The
act of June 17, 191, provides a system
of registra ion, namely: "A board of
registry snail meet in the precinct on
Tuesday, taree weeks preceding the first
general city, village or town election, or
the first stt.te or county election," "or in
case the previous registration shall be
used, such board of registry shall meet
on Tuesday two weeks preceding such
fcltciion. wa-jn such registration shall be
You sho lid see that your name is reg
istered thi first opportunity; hut if a
school elcT.-.ion shall be held before such
registration t.ha'1 have been made, you
are cntiilei: to vote al such election. I
lsa advise you to consult a local attor
ney in rela ion to the school, registration
and naturaltz ition laws, as these laws
are likely t be kfl" c'.ed by the decisions
of courts, c r acts of the lemslaturj.
The law makes no provision for the
printing of ballots at the elections held
Tr tie purpose of e'.eciing trustees of
schools, sc.iool directors and members of
boards of education If printed bol'ots
are not furnished by the candidates, you
must provi le your own, either printed or
written. The school law provides that
"if other p jb'ic officers are el:ctd at the
same election at which school oflijers are
elected, the ballot offered by any woman
entitled to vote under this "act shill not
contain the name of any person to be
voted for at such election, except such
officers of uhlic schools, and such bal
lots shall sll be deposited in a separate
ballot box.'' This will occur at the elec
tion of township trustees, and it is the
business of the board of elections to pro
vide the separate ballet box .
" V LOST
A M.rv.llau I . u i .
..tor. .ntfrrt, harmlft
To Young Moiherr.
who arc for tqe first time to undergo
woman's severest trial, we offer jou, not
the stupor caused by chloroform, with
rick of death for vourself or your dearly-
loved and longed-for offspring, but
"Mother's Friend," a remedy weich will,
if used as directed, invariably alleviate
the pains, horrors and risks of labor, and
often entirely do away with them. Sold
by Ilartz & Bahneen.
I I Cave Taken Several
Bottles of Uradfield'a Female Tieo
tor falling cf the womb and other diseases
combined, cf 16 years standing, and I
really belie e I am cured entirely, fnr
which plea9j accept my thanks.
mks. w. bTEBMxa, liidge, Qa.
Sold by Eartz & Bahnsen.
What is n ore attractive than a pretty
acewith a fresh, bright complexion t Fo
t, use Pozzoii's Powder.
Our love is done
I would not have it back, I say,
I would not have my whole year May!
Put yet for our dead passion's sake.
Kiss me once more and strive to make
Our last kiss the supremest one.
For love is done.
Our love Is done!
And still my eyes with tears are wet,
Onr souls are stirred with vain regret;
We (raze farewell, yet cannot speak.
And firm resolve crows strangely weak.
Though hearts are twain that once were
Since love is done.
But love is done!
I know it, vow it, and that kiss
Must set a finis to our bliss.
Yet when I felt thy mouth meet mine.
My life again seemed half divine.
Our very hearts together run!
Can love be done?
Can love be done?
Who cares if this be mad or wise?
Trust not my words, but read my eyes.
Thy kins bade Bleeping love awake;
Then take me to thy heart; ah! take
The life that with thine own is one.
Love is not done!
THE HOSTESS WHO FUSSES.
.Taint or a Feminine Writer Who Has
Suffered at Some Time In Her Life.
If it is true that you never thoroughly
know your women friends till they come to
May in your house, it is likewise undeniable
that even the friend of your bosom will de
velop undreamed of domestic virtues or
vices w hen you become the recipient of her
hospitality. If there is any element of
friction between entertainer and enter
taiued, it is always more pronounced in
the middle class three-maids-and-a-boot-and-knife-boy
establishment than in the
haunts of our richer brethren. This is so
of necessity, because the limited number
of servants means fewer guests at a time,
and in consequence one sees more of the
"lady of the house" than would otherwise
There are occasions when such a consum
mation is of all thi ncs to be ile.sireil, but
this isnot the case w hen you are the vic
tim of the undivided attention of a fussy
hostess who is bent on entertaining you.
Trains, etc., being to bhunr, we arrive at
7:4."), cold and hungry, dinner being at S.
We note that the master and mistress of
the house have already douned their even
ing garments, lie is the soul of punctual
ity and considers being late fur dinner the
one unpardonable sin. We have no maid
the size of the house, etc., forbids this and
knowing that at this hour the wait int.
maid has her hands full and the "split''
girl is especially wanted in her hybrid ca
pacity, we think with despair of our neces
sary unpackini; and arraniti:;, w hile our
hostess wast es five cf onr precious fifteen
minutes loitering in the hall. She dix-s
this by making what she considers the
proper inquiries alont our journey why
the train was late, if we didn't find it very
cold, etc.. and at length asks if we would
like to sec our room.
We jump at the otter and wonder which
frock will goon in ten minutes.
Hie precedes us up the stairs, opens a
door, and with a slight wave of the hand
indicates that we are to make ourselves at
home. We enter, and so does she! We
have already had enough experience for
our vision of down-in-time-with-a -scramble
to bo dispelled. She first observes that our
candles are not lighted. She proceeels to
illuminate, but the candles are new and
the wicks will not catch. At last they
flicker, and she looks around to see that
the curtains are not drawn. She draws
them, of course, with our help. One can
not be brutally brusque within a quarter
of an hour of arrival in n strange house.
Then she remarks that the fire is low,
which it is not, and a hot bedroom happens
to be our bete noir. She puts on coals and
luckily blacks her own fingers and is
obligevi to retire.
By this time it is three minutes to S. Of
course we are late, but our host m this oc
casion is amiability itself, and a volume of
dome-stic history iscontaine-d in his dry
remark: "I was sure you would be late. I
heard my wife in your room." At 10:30 a
move is made for bed. Tired and head
achy we welcome the release, and with a
thankful heart we just begin to say good
night, when "I'm coming up to see that
everything is right in your room" comes
sweetly from the lips of our tormentor.
A moment's reflection makes ns think
that perhaps this solicitude is justifiable,
and that we may be wrong in the idea that
it would le kiuder to let a tired guest de
part in peace. On entering onr bedroom
she declines the proffered chair, and says
she must be going in a minute. Despite
this assertion she gets upon the subject of
clothes and servants and never leaves us
till midnight. Philadelphia Press.
No Chicory Here.
She selected one by one the green coffee
beans, mixed them in learned proportions,
roasted them with great care that they
should not get black, ground them, poured
with her graceful hands, slowly and nt
stated intervals faithfully observed, the
pure and limpid water boiled mi a brilliant
flame, lu the cup. white nntl thin as an
eggshell, she put a lunipof real sugar.ob
tained by means ot the most patient strat
agems. Then she poured the black, burn
ing liquor into the cup, and beautiful,
illuminated by love, clot hed in white, her
black hair in curls on her narrow forehead,
her eyes full of pride and maternal tender
ness, brought tci her husband a drink that
czars desire vainly, but that is worthy ot
rewarding the nights spent in ecstacyof
poets, whose t noughts fly around the world
like birds of joy and light. New York
Properly prepared an oatmeal gruel is
delicious. Stir two tabli:spoonfuls of oat
meal into a boiling mixture of half a pint
of milk and half a pint of water. Let it
cook slowly for two hours where it will
not burn but will merely simmer. If the
steam cooked -oatmeal commonly sold in
the grocery stores is used, it will require
but half an hour's cooking. A scant half
teaspoonful of salt should be added to the
oatmeal when it is put over to cook. It
may be cooked in a double boiler, but if
no, the inuer dish which contains it must
be set for a few minutes on the stove lid
at the beginning. The gruel is all the bet
ter, however, for being cooked in a single
porcelain lined kettle, if you are willing to
take care to stir it occasionally. New
Reviving Wilted Flower.
We are told to put wilted plants received,
by mail in water half an hour. I've fre
quently left them in all night and found
them fresh in the morning. Badly wilted
lily bulbs I've left in water two nights and
a day and was surprised to see how plump
they became. Daisy.
Be Careful with Canned Lobster.
When canned lobster is used open a few
hours before using, to allow the confined
odor to pass away. 2i"ew- York Journal.
How Try Tata.
It will cost you nothing and will sudly
do you good, if you have a ougb, coldor
any trouble wiib throat, chest or lungs.
Dr. King's New Discovery for consump
tion, coughs and colds is guaranteed to
give relief, or money will be paid back.
Sufferers from la grippe found it just the
thing and under its use had a Fpeedy and
perfect recovery. Try a sample bottle at
our expense and learn for yourself just
haw gocd a thing it is Trial boulcs
free at Ilartz & Babnsen's drug store.
Large size 50c and ft.
S. II. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis , was
troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism,
his stomach was disordered, his liver was
effected to an alatmiog degree, appetite
fell away, and be was terr.bly redu' td in
flesh and strength. Three bolils of
Electric Bitters cured him.
Edward S. epherd, Harrisburt;, III., had
a running sore on his leg of eight years'
standing. Used three bottles ot E ectric
Bilters and seven boxes of Bucklen's
Arnica Salve, and his leg is sound and
well. John Speaker, Catawba, O . bad
five large fever sores on his leg, doctors
said be was incurable. One bol'.le Elec
tric Bitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica
Salve cured him entirely. Sold by Ilartz
bucklen's abmca salvb.
The best salve in the world for cats,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale bv Harts & Bahnsen.
What are Krause's Headache Capsules?
To be brief will tell you they are unlike
anything prepared in America. A few
years since an acquaintance who for years
had been a headache sufferer, until bis
system had been ruined, was advised to
go to the Carlsbad Springs, Germny, to
try the tffects of the water. While the
waters were apparently a benefit, still
they were not acure. While at the spring
he beard a great deal about the court
physician. Dr. Krause. who attewarris
became famous the world over owing to
the Mackenzie controversy durinc and
after the last ilinesscf emperor William.
LTe consulted Rrause in regard to his
heacHche, and to quote the doctors word?:
"Here is a prescription which if taken
as I direct, will prevent or stop any kind
of headache, no matter what the cause.
You will find the frequency eif the at -tacks
will diminish and by taking the
capsules when you feel the approach of a
headache you will never have another,"
The patient was prac'ically cured and
with his permission I prepare, and sell
what I bave seen fit to call Krause's
Headache Capsules to headache victims.
For sale by all drueeists. Hartz Jk Bahn
sen, wholesale druggists.
Tar Over Fifty Tears
Mrs. Winslows Soothing Syrup has
been used by millions of mothers for
their children while teething. If dis
burbed at night ami broken of your res
by a sick child suffering and crying with
pain of cutting teeth send at once and get
a bottle of "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immediately
Depend upon it, mothers, thrcisno nr's
take about it. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomach and bowels, cures wind
colic, softens the gums, reduces inflamma
tion and gives tone and energy to the
whole system, "Mrs Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething is pleasant
to the taste and is the prescription of one
of the oldest and best female physicians
and nurses in the United States. Sold by
all druggists throughout the world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Strup
An experienced traveler says: "The
most troublesome companion a person
can have, while being away from home, is
a cough and I would advise everjbody to
procure a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Sy
rup before starting."
is and tv ill ever be tho
. Influenza. Backache,
Paina in the Side, Chest and
oints, Neuralgia, Sprains, &c
Before yon need to tny, ohtaia
JKTFREE OF CHARCEW
ft valuable rwok: "Guide to Health," with
endorsements ot prominent p ny&wiasB,
Ttean Houaesi Rndolstadt-Lnnilmi.
1 T-. T1 . . 1 ' . . '
lenna, i ragu, aovicraam, uuen,
SO Cents a bottle. For Sole hv
ort vou Koekiitz, u. Spcidcl,
and rthsr drcjrista.
Horst von Koeckritz,
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Fourth Ave. and Twentv-Ttird St. '
Children Cry for
If vou. wish to iua& clcfe as wtefelTiSrSr1
ft - - w . v 111,,.
Ana tmi5h your as as tscun
SANTA CLAUS is 1ta"ftirT tUt i.f.li L -4.
Aid laving once boiwftt it you neifer wis rue it '
J. B. ZIMMER,
ERCHANT I AILOR,
Ha jnt received a large invoice of the lattrt Imported at 1 i..,B., .
huitinpf. which he i selling nt fiS.OO and up Hi? line nf ,v. t,,..,, u ,.".'.'"
went of Chicago. A v ry lli.e lint- of limits, which he t ellin'j .it '.. . . , '
and make 3 our scleition whi'c tt c etcck is comiilelc. '
rtTAR Block, Opposite Earpkk Uovsh.
B. F. THOMAS & CO..
Elm Street Meat Market-
All kimU of Krsb and Sa'.t Meats :ilw;iy3 ,, ni.. (;,;.
Fish and Oysters In the season.
Rkynoltis' Block. Moline Ayk., FOOT OF ILK ST
231 Twentieth street.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing done on short notice ami a;i(fac:Kr. j j .:: r..:c i.
Office ani Shoo T21 Twelfth Street. ROCK ISLAND
Billiard Parlor Sample Room.
No. 117 Eighteenth Stree-t.
JAMES T. O'CONNOR, Proprietors. , VM. II. CATTCX.
J. Ma CHRISTY,
iMBt'rrTticrn rr r:
Ak Yoarfir-v- r f. - T "
. . pij .
! The Cl.rty-i'i-:
FALL AND WINTER STOP
EgTCall an l
Ynit rnn cn tiiotiott r? tvn-ini-r of til,- (M l !
5 AND lO CENT ST KB
;,!;.! V,". uc-ll-
Crockery, Cutlery, Tinware, Classwpve
MBS. C. MITSCH'S, 1314 Third Ave.
n -T w snTTrTEINEB,
Contractor and Builder.
1121 and 1133 Fourth avenne. Residence 111 Fount, at. i.
Plane and specification fnmtancd on all clawc of work : a'c. f
Sliding Blinde, something new, (tylifh an. u r
1 1 1 1 1 i
Q)avenport Business College
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
FOR CATALOGUES ADDRESS . -riavpriROrt1
J. C. DUNCAN", DaAem