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THE AiiGUg MOOTA, .Ma
.-.lJCoochi Sore Throat, Ortrap.InBuen-
r JtMfi Yon will see the
"KV5t after taking the flr.t doae. ,14
r- Esrses, Cattle, Sheep, logs, Eoga,
ma Pace Bonk on Treatment of Animals
t F-Ouehm HeTi Pneumonia.
E E ( ,lic or Urtpen, Bellyache.
h'h -I rioary and Kidney Diiteasea.
i i Emplive Dleaea, Mange.
j ' ,I)ieaHea of Disestiea, Paralysis.
Bottle (over SO doses), - - .80
Li.klr Taw. with Spxeiilra. ManuAl,
W vvVrmary Cure Oil and Medlcato ST.0S
Jar Veterinary Care Oil, - . 1.00
So d b? Drtwt; or Sent Prepaid anywhere
aid it oi quantity on Receipt of Price.
F7MFEREYS' MEDICINB CO
Cc'rfi William and John Sta., New York.
ir, :ii lem. The odIt TOoewwful Temedr for
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
ir.d Troetration, frnm orwr-work or other ceases.
I. per ml, or iml and lam vial powder, for SS.
Sou T PKrifii-TS, oraent postpaid on receipt
o; price. HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO.,
Cor. WiUiam and John Sta., N. 7.
En-ilyaud Speedily 1U gained by using
Tils iruaiin- Tur,iih iteiutxly positively enrea
Xwv. ;:-n--8-. Wakefulness. Evil Dreams, Lassl
tu.i.. P;tiu in the Iiack. Vital hxhaustion, and
all i.s-a-eri ciiuat-d ty Errors of Youth or Kx--8r-.
It ia convenient to carry and easy to
air. 1'rii-e i.t)i pir box, or 6 for S5.00. A writ
er, f -;ara:i:ef to cure, or money rbfunded, given
vltu eaou e '.'"I onlnr. If the druKgist you ask
tor Hvzurak s Turkish Pills has not got them,
d.'c': Irt liuu foul you with his oily tongue and
fciivou anmirthiii else instead, but and price
to us ai'ii we will forward to you by mail, in
plain. unn:arked package. We also treat pa
M: hv mail. Address THE HAZZARAE
HKPICiNK CO., 2uu Bouth Sangamon Street.
STATE SAVINGS BAITS.
Cl:e Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave,
St: the Molme Savings Bank. Organised 1859
5 KE CEM. IXTECEST PAID OS DEPOSITS.
iranii'd tinder State Liws.
"P:l frni 9 a. m. to S p. m., and Wednesday and
b.itur.lay nights from 7 to 8.
toxin Skinmeii, - . President
u. v ais.wokth, . . Vice-President
t.F IIemenwv, . . . c'ashlor
. nor Skinner. 8. W. Wheelock,
. A H,,.e, ti . A. Ainsworth,
G II. t.Hv.inl,, w. H. Adams.
Ai-;ro triherg, r. F. Hjmenway,
PrELICATION NOTI VE.
state ok Illinois i
T 'It p-.'!itT'!rm' A- U-'1S9'' ol the County Conrt.
S'rh,Ei.Kin" a,lmlnis nitrlx of the cstato of
S'.f u inV'"y. deceaied. petitioner, vs. Frank
' ' lrny. Jdnic Ilamerly, John tlameily, Jacob
l ii''7,.U'.!a!1 ?. Jnlla Rains, Levina
e'.! I!'- !l,llt "errir.k. hdwa-d D. Sweeney.
. ward II. t.uyer and Marion E. Sweeney, de
t,,T I- V i 01 ' 03 lor orai;r to eel1 real esUte
J,r ".".V" na?ed ufend:nte.Frank Hamerly,
Ilamer v, John Uamerly and Clyde IUr-
A ! .v . .
.hr ' Jour non-residence having
Of tier, " thB fflce of tn9 Clfk
"- of vy. n,i'"cl? hereby given to you and
Ki , ,y'" !na: lhe "Idpe.itioner.BarahE.
iv 'TJrl """'""it" "f the est-te of Eliia H m
vj cv m "S fl;L'd her PcWion in the said
o.s' J i f -,m,t ynn Bnd PWies above
vV. I,.'ll,"te' forn order to sell the prem
"ma of"L JrUK8ta,e of 11 deceased, or
",u,"r, sir.,lvbe needed to pav oebts of
Lr r imh , mul',elc'11ed as follows, to-wlt:
ia-ha-nm tfTCIM?' ln b oci "umber two (3).
uS . I"' uv W . 1 Mock Island known and
'Kjck'l.i., , s "dd't'in. situated in the county
nmonh." h d.,'a,eJof nl: "d that a
t tr"e,n '""ledoutof s.ldc nrtsrrainst
J0" D km hC;ld,!n on tne nr8t "onnay of
( fi S' ',hef l,rt n0a,, ,n Ko
No , Kuck ,eUu,d county.
Jm"'lUmpruy?": the Mid FrBnk Hamerly.
ics th'Ii .onh H,nerly and Clyde He
watt? i t"on.4'5rJ and aopear before the said
Ed r 1..,. ' "le nr"1 ol d term thereof.
petiiii ,r "r demur to the aaid
AiV th ,here'n-"e tame and the matters
'Ww as Jnaf. "!? cnarKed nd stated will be
XWajanSr ente,ed ,ccord-
Wld at Hock i.i.-h t i -i.
. HJ "LMaR KOHLKR. Clerk.
U W alkib. Petitiooer a Solicitor.
The n'ndL??,11 Hwman. Deceased,
to of th. gEed hT'ng been appointed admin,
of th.e ,',tat Henry Houiman,
:'.; ai,-je.rri' herey KlTea notice that b
I';dcoa,ntSf2re.ktne-.coan,y conn ' Roc
Co"n In th.7'.,?1 ? offlce of cl8 of sal..
,wn. on ,h. T.of ?:IHnd. t the Jnly
1 ute LS1 P"0?" uTta8 tlaime again .
'ofiaepurD;JSfno,iaed nd requested to attend
lddehtSi ?"vln5 the "me "dlnsua. a:
""'(d ihi. fik J - u""11 " nnaersigneu,
a 'ins .6th day of April, A D. 169.
ctty SuuTClJ?;l,,e" P"tlrm In the Worldw
u NI. tronSnitat,,one ,or roPectus of the
JuMfVrim,SL''a" College, Chicago.
lrs. oc2 !3r,n ''iKirraduatea. KstabUshed
occupies lu own lni,iiriK. A'ldress,
. 1L PO W K& Principal.
an -strains, Uiukhim. Rl
?'! ..ninieniper, AqmI mncfea
I ,.' ii,. or ;ruba. f oraa.
THEY WANT FUNDS. !
Planning to Raise More Cash
for the Fair.
TWC LINES OF ATTACK ON OONGEESS.
The Board of Control Will Ask for
3.500,000 In Silver Half Dollars and
th.i Directory for 85,000,000 Major
Bandy's 8crap-Rooke and What They
Show The Intereat Taken by the Press
In the Enterprise A Scheme to Have
Depew Speak on Oct. 13.
Ce ICAGO, May 7. After trying for sev
eral months to learn just what Mr. Baker
wan a in the way of. an appropriation for
the fair from congress, the board of control
decided yesterday to send General St. Clair
to Washington to look out for the interests
of the national commission. From the
start it has been thought that congress
would deal more liberally with the fair if
the c ommissioners aud the directors worked
together for one bill. It was believed that
if tvo separate bills were brought before
con, read; with the directors working for
one and the commissioners for another,
the members of congress would become
confused, and thereby have an excuse for
voti ig against both. Two bills would in
dicate that the two boards were not work
ing together in harmony. Yet two bills
will be presented. ,
St. Clair to Go to Washington.
The commissioners did not decide to
mal p a separate fight for funds until after
tbe.r"ft;nference with the directors yester
day afternoon. Some of the directors'
win ted to postpone the attempt to get the
bill passed until the next session of con
gre. That was what convinced the board
of c.mtrol that it was lime to begin hust
ling for funds. Resolutions were adopted
last evening declaring the importance of
going to Washington without delay and
put.ing the whole subject of congressional
legislation in the hands of General St
Clair. He will go to Washington early
next week and ask for a hearing before
the Durborow committee in the interest of
the national board.
'VlU Take It In Silver Half Dollars.
"The directors have relieved Mr. Baker
of my further work in that direction, and
put their interests in the hands of Lyman
J. (iace. Mr. Gatre will i-ntn WnaViim,.
e'ou next week. He also expects to meet
ine uurrjorow committee. General St.
Clair is drawing up a bill for the nation
al commission now. It is thought that his
bill will call for an appropriation of about
$3,f 00,000 in silver half dollars, a large purt
of which will be for the maintenance of t'-.e
departments. Mr. Gage will stand firm
for the 5,00O,O0O bill that he outlined last
wet k when in Washingtou.
MAJOR HANDY'S SCRAP BOOK.
Keeping; Tab on the Papers Who Get His
Kewa tetters Notes.
Major Handy keeps a lot of scrap books
in his office in which are pasted clippings
from newspapers all over the world thut
pri.it the matter sent out from his depart
ment to exploit the fair. This means is
tat en to learn not only what papers use
thf news letters sent from Major Handy's
office, but also to learn the sentiment of
dif erent sections of the country as reflec
tetl in these papers iu regard to the fair.
Nearly Four Million Words.
If the interest iu the World's fair
throughout th- country can be gauged by
thf clippings that reach Major Handy's of
fice, the exposition is certainly gaining
ground every day aud in every direction.
Dt ring the mouth of April the guardian of
th; scrap books cut from various newspa
pers letters representing 2,9(2,500 words
that appeared in English newspapers. It
alto discovered thatduring tliesame period
thire had been printed in foreign newspa
pers 980,700 words sent from Major Han
Depew May Make a Speech.
Chauncey M. Hepew may yet deliver an
or it ion at the dedication of the World's
fa r buildings. His friends are exerting
every influence to get a place for him on
the programme for Oct. 12 next. Repre
sentative Breckinridge, of Kentucky, who
w;is chosen orator of the day several
m inths ago, is heartily in favor of shar
ing the honors of the occasion with Dr.
D'fpew. At a meeting of the ceremonies
committee jesterday afternoon, a letter
w is produced from Breckinridge, in which
ht urged the committee to make room on
tie programme for the New York orator.
Still More liouni Wanted.
Director General Davis has put himself
oi, record again with the board of control
in declaring that a separate building for
the liberal arts is absolutely necessary. In
bis report Colonel Davis says that the
most complaint in regard to the inade
quacy of space in this building is heard
from representatives of foreign countries.
Lieutenant Robinson, chief of tbedepart
li ent of machinery, finds that machinery
h ill is too small to accommodate the ex.
h bitore of that department. Applications
have been received for 593,502 square feet
oi space, which is 329,807 square feet in ex
ctss ef what yet remains to be assigned.
Congress of Civil Engineers.
Ten thousand dollars have already been
subscribed to meet the expenses of the con
gress of civil engineers in 1893. E. L. Cor
t iell, chairman of the general committee
t iat is arranging the congress, estimates
t iat (15,000 will be required to maintain
the headquarters during the fair.
No Liquor on the Plaiaanee.
As the Hyde park prohibition district
includes the midway plaiaanee (where
many interesting features of the fair will
te located) no liquor can be sold there.
Jackson and Washington parks, however,
re outside the "dry belt,"
The Virginia state board has invited the
Hampton Normal institute (colored), of
r hich General S. C. Armstrong U princi
I ai, to make an exhibit of the progress and
acquirements of the negro and Indian
students in the educational display by that
Mrs. Viola Fuller, of Mitchell, 8. D., has
cpplied for space in the woman's building
i jt a unique opera cloak, unlike anything
fverseen before. The garment, which is
f fty-seven inches in length and circular in
tesign, is composed entirely of certain
mall and particularly delicate feathers of
I rairie chickens.
Bobbed of SI, 000,000 Francs.
Paris May 7. The police are investi
gating the mysterious robbery of a box
which contained 1,000,000 franoe in stocks
l.nd bonds from a van belonging to the
Kastern Railway company. At the time of
the robbery the driver was delivering
t;oods in the boulevard des Capucines. He
claims to be entirely ignorant of the rob
bery. The police believe that the van was
watched and followed by expert thieves.
Comrade O W. Hammond
Of Hoot Post, G. A. R.. of Syracuse, N. Y.
Wounded at Gettysburg
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
' I was in the Army of the Potomac and
in the great battle of Gettysburg was struck
in the ankle by a niinnie ball, which smashed
the bone. My leg was amputated In the field
hospital, and after a long time it healed. I
was discharged and went home. After 8 years
My Wound Broke Open
afresh. Dr. Pease amputated an inch of the
bone, and it healed. Four years later it
once more opened, and for eight years
how I suffered I I do not believe it possible
for a human being to suffer worse agony.
During this time I had to go on crutches,
being unable to wear a wooden leg. When
ever possible I relieved mv sufferinim bv
uKing opiate, nut wnen l was oiiugeu to go
without it, I suffered fearfully and thought I J
ahaald go crnzy. I tried every tiling I could
fet with my limited means. Physicians said
would never be any better. Finally my
Blood Became Poisoned
and It broke out all over my face and on some
parts of my body so that my face is all
covered with scars now. One day I read ot
what Hood's Sarsaparilla would do. The
first dollar I got I sent and bought a bottle
and began taking It. A week or two later,
my wife in dressing my leg, said it seemed to
be Improving, and after taking
a few months, thank God (and I say it rever
ently), the sores all over my body had healed,
and now, four years later, have never shown
any sign of reappearing." George M. Has
moki, 219 Magnolia street, Syracuse, K. V.
Col. C. A. Weaver
Commander of Coot Post, G. A. R., himself a
one armed veteran, fully confirms Mr. Ham
mond's statement, and J. L. Belden, the phar
macist, also endorses It.
Hood's Pills care Sick Headache.
Of New Y',rk, the well known and successful
Spec alist iu Obronic diseases ana diseases of
the ' ye and Ear, by request af many
friends and patient, has uecided to
Rock Island, Wednesday, May 11th,
Comuita Ion and examination free and confi
dential at his p .rlora at th) IIAKPEK HOUSE
from lit a. m. to 10 p. m. One day only.
DR. D. 0. FRUTH,
LaU Burgeon in M Provident Medical ZH-
ptntary or J ew rort, nrto FretWtnt oTtht
Fruth Medical Intti!vt4 ichartertd.
Ably assisted by a full corns of enmnetent .
pert specialists whose experience In the largest
hospitals In the world enables them to treat all
Chronic, Iervoua, Skin ana Blood
diseases tinon the latest srlentlfle nriiiclnlM
They particularly invite all whose cases have
been neglected, badlv treated or pronounced
Incurable to test their expert treatment that
nas never iauea in inonsniias oi cates that had
been pronounced beyond bone. I'atlenta who
re doing well under cure of their own physi
cians need not call on u as our province Is to
uthi loose wno cannot nnu reuei otnerwise.
Diseases of Women. Txnehnrrhma-
TJterine Displacements. Constipation. Ster
ility. Female Weakness and all diseases pecu
liar to females positively cured by PuUaliila
nr. t ruth baa attained the most wonder
ful success in the treatment ot cases to which
he devotes special attention and after years oi
experience, baa perfected the most Infallabls
method of curing Organic Weakness. Nervous
Debility, Premature Decline of the Wanly
Power, Involuntary Vital Losses, Impaired
Memory, Mental Anxiety. Absence of Will
Power, Melancholy. Weak Back and Kindred
Affections If consulted before Idiocy, Insanity,
Falling Fits or Total Impotency results from
Youthful Error, the awful effects of
which blights the most radient hopes, unfitting
patient for business, study, society or marriage,
annually sweeping to an untimely grave thous
ands of young men ot exalted talent and brill
Ptles Ca reel without pain, knife or eao
a?pl leper positively eared by our new and
never-iaiiing nospnai treatment.
free Exataaination of h Urine).
ehemlcal and tuu.-r.r.plea is all eases ml
Kidnoy Diseaaea Hn . nl Disease, fTlikilar
ana speraaiorrnjs. hring .pecimes.
WetnelnrtuI Cue. perfected re old es
Wblcb have been neglected or nsklllfully
treated. No experiments or fallnres. We un
dertake do Incurable eases, bat ours thoasamd
siren upioaie. ...
Remember the date and some early M felt
mil are always crowoea.
tS"-Cases and eorrespondeaes eonfldentlat,
an treauDeni eui n; express wiw ran uireo
rtous for use, bul neesrnal eon u I tat ton pen.
lerna, . a. . tui iu,
S6St lH , Caioavyev
3 TO 6 DAvax Xs
AN ABSOLUTE OURE FOl 1
WILL NOT OAU8E
I o I nIL. I Urlt. ASK FOR I
Bio. Q no pain, no stain. I
FULL IHSTRUCTIOHa WITH EACH 1
some at All omxMnrra. .
Central Chemical Co,
lwuhtd ana reona.
T. H- THOMAS, Sole Agent,
Rock bland, HI.
pHB DAILY - ARO ' delivered at yonr door
cfeum tor i;c per wees.
AN i ED a girl for general honsewora: ref
erences requi ed . Apply at 1011 Fourth ave.
FOB BALE Co fect'.onery, Notion and Ice
Cream bugiies. with s'.ore and dwelling fnr
tent. Apply at 1016 Third avenue.
ANTE J A few good boarders in private
xauuijr, .u. cm, aineieenio st eel.
WANTED Reliables aeut for Rock Island
and a ijoinltg counties. Reference but no
capital required. Address rojm SL Evening
P-st Bui.diug, Oh'cago, 111.
WANTED A few good salesmen to take orders
frtr a fnll lino f 1 .nlr - .. . 1 .
v. ..u. nuu VIU.U1CUW L1CCB,
small frnila, roes, shrubs, etc. No experience
AdoretBH. P. FBSfiilAlS 4 CO.. Roouitu.
WANTED GKNKRAU S TATE AGENT to
open headqarcere ia some principal city, as
snme exclusive control of our basiners and ap
point local and sab-agents in every city in this
8tt.e; f'l in universal demand, and Lay a net
proflt of 50 to 100 per cent. THE UNION COJa
rANY, 7U Broadway, New York.
JACKSON & HURST,
ATTOBHEY8 AT LAW. Offlce in Rock Island
National Bank Building, Rock Island, HL
s. . mmr, o. l. wiun.
SWEEXET k WALKER.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Pace in Bengi ton's bloek. Rock Island, ITL
MeEMRT k McEMRr,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan coney on good
security, make collections, Ref ererce, Mitch
ell et Lynde. bankers. Office in Postofflco block.
S. W. ODELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron,
and dniing the past two years with the Arm of
Browning A Entriken at Moline, has now opened
an office in the uditorinm bnl.ding, room 5, at
THE DAILY ARGUS.
DOk - ALB EVERY EVENING at Crsmpton'i
t News Stand. Five cents per copy.
connection with s general practice, makes a
specialty of diseases of women.
Residence, 1429 Second Ave. Rsok Island.
Office, cor. Second Ave. and Fifteenth street.
Honrs: s to IS a. m. -nd D to 5 p. m.
Telephone No. 1300.
E. Mi SAL A, M, D,
Office over Krull A Math's Restaurant.
In office at all hours.
Special Offlce Hours: 9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4
and 7 to 8 p. m,
DRi J, E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pain by the new
No 1716 Second avenue, over Krell it Math's.
DRS. BICKEL &SCHOEMAKER
VHtchell & Lynde's Block. Rooms 29-81.
R, M. PEARCE,
Boom S3 in Mitchell ft Lynde's newblock.
GEO. P. STATJDUHAR,
Plans and superintendence for all class of
Rooms 53 and 55, Mitchell ft Lynde building
A. D. HUESING,
Represents, among other time-tried and wel
mown Fire Insurance Companies he following
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
Wetchester Fire Ins. Company of N . Y.
BnSalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
. Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochester, H. Y.
CttUens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Bun Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co.. New Haven. Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Oo., Milwaukee, Wit
uerman ire ins. uo.,oi reona.ui.
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable company can afford
Your Patronage i solicited.
Un Stock Insurance Co.
C SIC AGO, ILL.
Insures live stock against death from accident
or disease. For rates spply to
ED. UEBERKNECHT. Agent,
1718 Sonos avenue. Rock Island,
TJw DIM KKTIONS r KX UtHBS
wt oraa- -l JSi-.V axntu u CUKK br thu Kra
iainvro-il 153-ti ir riif at it am sfli.tasiwf
Hade for this spMlfic pui
powc, lxr btserfttb Weakttntt, fivitag rrvij, BIM, SmU
taktr. rsjtla.aM rorrrili of F.lev-tricirv ttirmirb all WEAR
PASTS. Kitormi tf t HKAl.1 H aM tlMlKOI fTHClHiTlL
Kloftrtc InrrMi Fell ItvoiaiiifT, nr e forfeit o.00 Id th.
IBKI.T Mm4 HfiiK"n CtMnfriM Sow um4 wn. Wont raa
wMatiill CnrHt to Mir tnoftth. nruarkla free.
9JJDHEL'rCTi;C0.. iSLbu... y fl,nc
' wtr '.. s".i iavii it xv i xjsc-r . "v&j.
CVtnTWIAN THAT HAS ANY SENSE .
And many there
AALL SPEND HFR rFNT.S FHR AIIQrnil r4KF
Of FAIRBANKS-SANTA-CL AUS-SOAP-
THE MOLINE WAGON,
Manufacturers ol FARM. SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A full and complete line ef Platform and other Sptirg Wagons, especially aaaptea to the '
Western trade, if superior workmanship and finish. Illustrated Price List free oa
application, gee the MOLINE WAGON before purchasing.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ol Carpenter "Work Done.
General jobbing done on short notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Office ana Sbon 721 Twelfth Street. ROCK ISLAND.
GEORGE SCHAFER, Proprietor.
1601 Second Avenue. Corner of Sixteenth 8 tree - Opposite Harper's Theatre.
Ths choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
ree Lunch Every Day Sandwiches Furnished en Short Notice
You can save money by trading at the Old Reliable
5 AND lO CENT STORE.
Crockery, Cutlery, Tinware, Classw?re and Wooden
MRS. C. MITSCH'S, 1314 Third Ave.
Billiard Parlor Sample Room,
No. 117 Eighteenth Street
JAMES T. O'CONNOR, 1 Proprietors, r W1L H. CATTON.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
Gents' Fine Shoes aspecialty. Repairing done neatly and promptly.
A share of your patronage respectfully solicited.
1618 Second Avenue, Roek Island. CI
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and. Builder,
Office and Bnop Corner Sereateenth SL . . T3 T1, J
tJid BeTenth ATenue, 1VOCK lSiajlO.
stVAll kinds of carpenter work a ipeclalty. Flans and estimates for all kinds of hsUdmfj
fnrniahod oa appUcatiom. .
the positive: cure.
ELY EBOTHER3. M Warran
Q)avenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
FOB CATALOGUES ADDRESS
. J. C. DUNCAN, Davenport la
be we hope.
Old Secrete and the Kern Discoveries of Medical Science ae applied to
Married Life, ahonld write for our wwaderfal llttlo Bk. carted
"A TKKAT18B XH MEN ONLY. To any earnest man we will mall ooa
Copy J&aalrcly free. In plain sealed cover. "A ref aire from the Quacks.
THE ERIE MEDICAL CO.. BUFFALO, N. V.
I-F3 ITJ LTL
Bt, New York. Price 60 cta-E