THE ABQUO, THURSDAY, JTJKP 17. 1837.
FaMlshed Dally aad WaekTv'at MM
AfNMk Mock Ulaad. nl.l II knSsrad at ta
J. W. Poms
TBBalS-Dailr 10 mats per week. Weekly,
IMS pa una ; la adraaos SUO.
An eeaaaaalcatioae of po tuaal or mil in.
eharaeter. pom leal or isdlgloaa, trait
raal aaavs attacked for pnbllcasioe. Bo tnch
attlelo win he prlatad m actltioa slgBatarae.
Ohtmmumm aoBofud frosa .Tery township
la Boek Ulaad eoaaty.
Thubidat, Jchk 17, 1897.
The annexation of Hawaii prom.
I Mi to giT Uncle Sam a lot of terri
tory to corer with Tery little ground
to abow for it.
Tarn people aronnd Golden, Adams
county, are greatly excited oyer
what purports to be the discovery of
gold, which was turned up by a
farmer while digging a well.
Tail St. Louis Republic has a Tery
pretty way of expressing it when it
says: "Every eloud has a silver
lining and the shirt-waisted acmmer
girl rides radiant on the crest of
every hot wave."
SriciAL elections will be held July
20 is Morgan, Shelby and Bureau
couatlea to elect county judges to
succeed men who were elected to the
circuit bench J une 7. There were no
resignations when the nominations
Now they say that the annexation
of Hawaii would be aa agreeable to
the sugar trust aa the new republi
can tariff schedule that has been
prepared so far. Then it would only
take the capture of Cuba by the
United States, no matter what the
oost to the nation in blood and
money, to make the trust supremely
Gov. Tarneb vetoed the bill ex
empting osteopathy and graduates
of the Kirksville institute from the
operations of the Illinois medical
practice act. The osteopaths quietly
had similar bills Introduced in Iowa
and Missouri, but only in the latter
case were successful in gaining the
right to practice except by qualifying
as all doctors have to do.
The Washington Post tells a story
of one of the many private secre
taries in Washington, who is still
now to his honors. One day a news
paper woman, full of business, burst
into the office of this secretary's
chief. The great man was out.
Can you tell when he will be in?"
she asked. "Really." drawled the
clerk, "I haven't an idea." "Well."
said the newspaper woman, as she
turned to go, "I must say you look
Ex.. Gov. Kicn, of Michigan, new
Visiting New York, says: "There is
better feeling; and 1 think times
will mend in obedience to the law
that long perids of depression must
give way to an era of activity in all
lines of business. The laws of na
ture can always be depended upon to
do their work, however uncertain
may be the laws enacted by men." In
this year of our Lord and with the
agencies at work at Washington here
la something to feast upon.
Prosfkhitt appears to have atruck
Baltimore with the force, and with
some of the effects of a tornado.
There are 4.937 vacant houses in the
city, or 659 more than in 1895.
There are 660 vacant business houses
or 231 more than in 1896. There are
60 vacant nianufactories.12 more than
lu 1895. There are 987 vacant sta
bles. During the campaign it was
declared that in the event of McKIn
ley'a election $20,000,000 would be
invested in Baltimore enterprises.
Baltimore Is still vainly awaiting the
materialization of the investment.
Reynolds. June 15 Dr. Birchard
went to Davenport Saturday even
ing. B. J. McEotire has been having a
very bad cold for week or more.
D. S. Mayhew. of Marston. shipped
a aloe load of oattre and one of hogs.
Daniel Kistier, of Buffalo Prairie,
ahlpped a load of fat cattle from
Charles Haskel went over to But
alo Saturday forenoon to Tislt over
A. Kendall and son, Meigs, of
Hamlet, went to Kock Island last
W. G. Davis and W. J. McEntire
SYSTEM OF KECICIKE
di"rCrt Lciiki lstii!)
t-..i lv. w, filaris.. Ttraat
SpeCMIUCS. ,, AHUM. UMiik,
rMMHK Wil. 1WV I'll ll
IW. UM, Ikta.;. nil Dtan aM BaiMl
eMarr, aaaei twaemwi limit.
MrJM pat MM fmm ft wt&S.
U rwakf Ire i l l nil It tin.
41 A i Ire-ii aaafriBmasfjeKskaat
2! OH. COH'NAUOHTOH.
were Visitors 111 Rock Island Tnnt.
day of last week.
Dr. James Cozad. James Titter
ing ton and A. F. Ekitrom went to
T t- 1 -1 I amt
uuua laianu xnursuay.
Messrs. Rice. Guthery. Mack and
Harvey took the train for Bock Isl
and last Wednesday forenoon.
Dr. L. Moore's new residence will
soon be under headway. John Mo
Adama haa the contract for the foun
dation and will aoon beat work
on the same.
Miss Cora Ekstrom gave a fare
well party for her friend. Miss Nellie
Swan, last Saturday night. There
were over eighty persons present
and it was a complete surprise to
her. It was a lovely evening and
all had a splendid time.
Children's day exercises were an
nounced for next Sunday and after
ward changed to last Sunday even
ing. A few from Taylor Ridge
attended. The church was beauti
fully decorated and there was a pro
fusion of lowers. The exercises
were very well rendered, especially
so by the smaller children. The
music, too, was fine and shows what
good singers can do, though part of
it was rendered by the" children
alone. Two of the little girls sang
solos, which were very nice. The
program closed with a tableau,
which was very impressive, remain
ing in position till the benediction
COAL TaLUI CHAT.
Coal Valley, June 16 James
Clegg is iu Chicago, where he went
Miss Emma Prout, of Cable, visited
Miss Clara Hass Sunday.
Mrs. W. J. Gilpin went to Cordova
Saturday, returning Monday.
Dick McCreery, of Chicago, visited
his parents from Saturday until
Chester Peters has been sick for
the past few days, but is now im
proving. George Hillier and daughter,
Tillie, left Wednesday morning for a
visit in Nova Scotia. Mr. Hillier's
native place of residence.
J. C. Bailey and wire attended
commencement exercises of the
Washington academy in Washington,
Iowa, their son, William, graduat
ing. Children's day program was very
creditablv rendered, all thn p.hiMn
doing their parts well. The church
ns. tosioiuiiy uecoratea, ana quite a
goodly number were present.
Satnrdav of last wnslr Mm vi..
Jankouski and Bernhard Kendlebur?.
r .c-ii. i.j . . "
ui uioMid wore uuueu in marriage
at Davenport. Mr. Kendlehnrrr
stranger here, only meeting his bride
ww wmi ago. na is we Dride s
fourth matrimonial alliance.
Aa noticed in last week's llama, tha
marriage of Miss Matilda J. Martin
and Richard D. Wilson took nlace
Wednesdav eveninir June 9. at tha
home of the bride. R.v. n u
Brown chelated. Only the relatives
of the contracting parties were pres
ent. Both the bride and groem were
born and reared in our midst. Mrs.
Wilson haa been a teacher in the
county for several years, and Mr.
rviison ib empioyea in Krapp & Lees'
store. May they have a ubddt and
prosperous journey together, is the
wish of their many friends.
Old people who require medicine
to regulate the bowels and kidneys
will find the true remedy in Electric
Bittors. This medicine does not
stimulate, and contains no whisky
nor otbfer intoxicant, but acta as a
tonic and alterative. It acts mildlv
on the stomach and bowels, addine
strength and giving tone to the or
gans, tnereby aiding nature in the
periormance of the functions. Elec
trio Bitters is an excellent appetizer
and aids digestion. Old people find
it i USt exactl v w hat thev need. P PI A A
60 cents per bottle at Hartz Ulle.
meyor's drug store.
Deal Tobaes. Spit and Ssaoke Tow Ufa
If you want to quit tobacco usine
easily ana xorever. oe maae well.
strong, magnetic full of new life and
vigor, take No-To-Bao, the wonder
worker that makes weak men strone.
Many train ten pounds in ten davs.
Over 400,000 cured. Buy No-To-Bao
from your own druggist, who will
guarantee a oure. Booklets and sam
plea mailed free. Addrea Sterling
uemeay company, unicago or Mew
niaal PUool PUaa.
Dr. William.' Indian Pile Ointment
will cure blind, bleeding, ulcerated
ana itching piles. It absorbs the
tumora, allays the itching at onoe.
acts as a poultice, giving instant re
lief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint
ment ia prepared only for piles
and itching of the private parts, and
nouung else, fcvery box is euaran
teed. Sold by druggist or sent by
mail for 50 cents and 1 per box.
William MVq. Co., Props.. Cleve
land, unto, ior sale by all drug
gists. To Coas pllsaa.
As an honest remedy Foley's Honey
and Tar does not hold ont false hopes
in advanced atatrea. hnt trnthfnllv
claims to give comfort and relief in
the very worst cases, and in the
early Stapes to effect a farm. Knlri
by M. F. Bahnsen and T. H. Thomas,
Wka Is Boally Seeded.
' 'Sotnelxxlr has invented another talk
"That's a atnnwl tliinn tn rr-t
w UUi UU .
these scientists ever learn that what the
world needs ia listening machines?"
Just trv a 10 arnii ho ot naM.
the 1 at liver and hawai nvni.k..
' Lots of women suffer constantly,
anxT seldom ntter complaint.
Good men rarely know the pa fax
endured by the women of their own
household, or the efforts they make to
appear cheerful and happy when they
ought to be in bed, their suffering ia
really so great.
Our habits of life and dress tell
Badly upon women's
and how to
There is no '
need of our de
scribing the ex
here, they are
too well knevn by those who have suf
fered, but we vriU impress upon eTery
one that these arc tho never-failing
symptoms of serious womb trouble,
and unless relieved at once, a life will
Lydia E. IMnkhnm's Vegetable Com
pound never fails to relieve the distress
ing troubles above referred to ; it haa
held the faith of the -women of America
ior twenty years.
It gives toco to the womb, strength
ens the mnsclcs, banishes backache
and relieves all pauia incident to
women's diseases. (
Mr. Stalate Left.
"Oh, Mr. Stalate," she said, with
out taking her eyes off the clock, 'I
Want to ask you something about your
tastes in the way of cookery."
' 'I'm charmed to have you take such
an interest," was the unnecessarily ear
"Do you like bacon and eggs for
"Why er sometimes. "
"I hopo you will speak frankly, be
cause if yon don't like them we can tell
the servant as soon aa she eomes down
stairs to prepare something else."
Boeklen'. Arnlea Salve.
The best Salve in the world for
Cnts, Bruises, Sores, Uloers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles, or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfeot satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Harta & Ullemeyer.
Bar. Too Bad tba Grip?
If you have, you probably need a
reliable medicine like Foley's Honey
and Tar to heal your lungs and stop
the racking cough incidental to this
disease. Mold by M. F. Bahnsen and
T. H. Thomas, druggists.
Owa roar Ova Horn aad Bm It Intend.
Insurance and Loans.
Boom 4, Mitchell A Lynde b'ng.
Notalni bnt a loc
al remedy or change
oi climate will cure
Get a well-known
ILVS CEEAI BILL
It is nnieklv ab
sorbed. Gives re
lief at nnpA.
ODens and tfMinaa tha WasI TaeAm
Allays inflammation, heals and protects the
membrane, restores the senses of taste and
Smell. n Mpaine. nn nmn m lnSt.
ions drug. Full size 60c; trial size 10c at
druggists or by mail.
KLY BROTHERS, t Warrea Btreet, Hew York.
rXAJ. MXHIC1SC CO Clmlut oZZ
Var aalobyA.4. Betea. drargiat. Sock lataaa
VI I J 3
fife -ik 1
oe of Fiaal Settlement.
Xatat. of Lore mo C. BUotU doeaasad.
rablie aotieo to hereby ciTea that tha nul.r
flamd. M. G. Klliott, will at trad befot. t ha
ooaatT oonrf of Keck Ialaad coaotr, at a
tonrt hotix in Bock bland, oe ha IT a day of
Jaae, 189T aext. for the parpoM of mmkmg aaal
MttleBMBt of said etute, at Which lima aad
place he will ack for aa order of dutribntion, aaa
wlllahwaak to b. diachargd. Allpeiaoa. nt
tereewd are notified to attend.
aVockIalaod.il.. June 7. UST.
N. Q. Kluott, AdBlniattator.
Snraoco!! a Mabahalu.
Satataof George Xlxtor. deceaetd.
The imdantciiod hartaw hoea appotoatd exec
tors of the hwt will aad teetaateot of eeorn
Mister, lato of the coantf of Bock III and,
ttate of IUtnoU, deceued, kerebr slree aotioe
that they will appear before the comity conn of
Bock bland county, at the office of tho clerk of
said court, in the city of Bock Ialaad, at ta.
Juiyten, oa tho Ont Monday In Jaly
next, et which time all persona havlag euiaa
atainat taid estate are notlled aad requested to
sue ad for the purpose of hiring the aaa. ad
justed. All person indebted to said aatat. ar
requested to nuke bnaedlate payment to the aa
dendaned. Oatod this i day of Kay, A. D. lfV7.
Hf CH&au. LMum, ,
Xstat. of Dora Beck, Deceased.
The aadeteigind having been appointed adatts
latrator of the estate of Dora Beck, lata c f
the coonty of Bock Island, state of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby give notice that he will appear
before the coonty court of Rjck Island coun
ty, at the eonr,ty coon room, in the
City of Bock Island, st the Aujrn.t term, on
the first Monday in August, next, at which time
all persons haying claims aarainst said es
tate are notified and requested to attend for the
purpose of having the same adjusted.
Ail persons Indebted to said estate are request
ed to make immediate payment to tha under
Dated this 7th day of June, A. D. 1SS7.
Gottlieb Bbok, Administrator.
Application by Conservator to Sell
. : v. Real Estate.
BTATI OF ILLIHOIB, I
Book IaLajrn CouavT, I
In the COUUtV court of a&id Bnrk Ialand mnntv.
To (be July term A. D., Ia97.
To all persons concerned :
Public notice is hereby given that the under
signed conservator of Frederick Mangeleon, ao
lrsane and distracted person, has filed in the
otlice of the elers: of the counts- court of Kock
Island county in the Rate of Illinois, a petition
forao order of said court authorizing and em
powering him to sell the following teal esta'e
situated in the said eiunty of Bock Island and
belorging to the sa.d Frederick Hangelson,
Lots number sevf n (7) and eight (8) tn block
number one (!) in tho townsnip of South Moline.
And that said petition will be presented for al
lowance on the first day cf the Jul term A. D ,
1897, of said court to be begun and held In the
city of Rock Island in said Boca Island county
on the first Monday of July. A. D, 1.S1I7, or as
soon thereafter as counsel csa be beard, at wbieh
time you can appear and show cause, if any you
have, why said petition should not be (-ranted.
Dated this 5th day of June, A. D , 1897.
Joum J. KoAca, Conservator of aaid Frederick
WiLLta L. LtrooLPH. Solicitor for Petitioner.
Parker s Laundry
THE PRINCIPAL TEST
Of a Laundry's efficiency seems to
be the way it "does up" a white
shirt, though there are lota of ar
ticles which require more skill and
care. We invite yon to compare a
shirt or any other article htnndrted
here with those done elsewhere and
place your patronage accordingly.
We do not fear the test.
1784 Third Ave. Fhone 1814.
GET THE BEST
All Work Qvaranteod.
160 THIRD AVENU
The only safe, sure and
reliable Female Pill ever
offered to Ladies. Espe
cially recommended to
married Ladies. Ask for
and take no other. Skxd fob cibctlah.
Price 81.00 per box, 6 boxes for $5 00.
OR. NOTTS CHE1ISAL CO, ClmUM, 0M
a4d b T. H. Tkeaaaa. araanss.
are the most fatal of all
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
a GUARANTEED remedy
or money refunded. Con
tains remedies recognized
by. all eminent physicians
as the best for Kidney and
Bladder f miilSles. -
Pricoc, and Sum
Atmaejs as Law.
offloooTorKreUAafath saora; auiaa
i iMKSQa A UUBST,
Alhwuaje at Law.
MRee la Boek Ialaad NaUooal Bank
sT. J. BOACH
floe over 1?
WM. L. LUDOLPH,"
Attorney at Lew.
toae? to Loan, Osawi al LVacal r ami-
nue, Buford biook.
A n SWBBsTBT. O. L WALKBS.
SWEENEY A WALKER,
Attornera aad Coaaeeflom at Law.
Offlee la Bengatoa Blook.
CHAELES J. SEARLE,
Couneellor at law. Offlee la eourt
Loan money on rood seeurlty; snake
eoUeotiona, Refereneo, Mlsohell A
Lynda, bankers. Offloe, MlteheU
C. L. SILVI3.
OverKreUAMatha, 1 Seoood ave
nue. DR. J, D. UN ANGST.
Offlee, Room tt, Whl taker Bleek,
corner Third aad Brady straw, Davenport-
N. T. DENTAL PARLORS,
Hi K. Third 8t, Darenport.
For natal oas ftillns: with the eleetrle
eaLmnhon. Palnlasai artpuitlM a ii
t work at one-half the aanal priooo.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBERTSON,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Offlee. Whlttaker BkMk. aaatharaws
l corner ot Third and Brady atrwata,
, Davenport, Iowa. Rooms 17 and 18.
I Hours: B to 11 a. BL, 1 to 4 p. BL
JAMES P. HUBBELL,
Architect and Superintendent.
Room 41. Mitchell A L,nda hnlUlna'
j third Boor.
DRACK A KEENS,
Arehlteeta aad Bopenatendaata.
Room n , MlteheU A Lynde Bonding.
HENRT GAETJE, Prop.
Cot Floweis aad Desicns of an Ktaas
City store, 1607 Seoood ayeaae, Tele
ugene J. Durno
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried company repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
' can afford.
towt Pawranaara la RnllfrrBsMl
0os 1M0. Baeoad A.
Harper House Block.
The rosy freshness
aad a .eliety aoftsw of taw akia hi laisslsv
Hy aUained by tboaa who saw rtwawaa'a
R. CRAMPTON & CO.
1725 SECOND AVENUE.
(QHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE
Oar Bleetrle Maehin. for the treatatenl of MefToes
Disease., Bheamatiam. and X Bay Won.
Nr?RVOU8 DEBILITT Ezhaastlya dreias, Bleopleasaeas, tkreatened la'
CATABRE Dyspepsia, Asthma, Bheosaatiam, Bcrofala, Brphllli, Bloo I
iJSm'',nUmmn'u,tl'v adsaaaad st .
VARICOCELE Is the aaoet aetlve mm of Berrons debility. Wbr tree
sooths with ethata whea w. yasraiiss. ysm a cjavaisaeait ear. la sarasa aasa are at j. Masai,
method! Hrdroosl. cand ii tare. daV-aoVlir
WOMEN Sofferinf from diaeasea peculiar to their sex thonld oonsnlt s3
We has. cared ataay eases gtnm ap as hopeless, and we any be able to car. roe. ennrl . 1
BrMaaawTJaalsmaa aaSaaSawwVsaaaAafll safr aawasrast aaAssaksa let - - - a A m, M t t . -S a . I .
r - i
FACIAL BLEMISHES Superfluous
0 ONLT CURABLE
lastalJS, Beat of i
DR. J. C 17ALSC).
OFFICE 131 W. Third St, hteCullough, BaUdlmf. Dareaport. Iowa.
AT THE CLUB.
J? (T trom
.V 8 W tf at
proverbial easy-running qualities which
have made the Stearns noted.
Rather than take this statement with the proverbial grain of
salt, don your most critical mood, call at the store of our city agents
and ask to see the new Yellow Fellows.
E, C STEARNS & CO..
Syracuse. N. V., BurrAU. N. V..
Toronto, Oirr. ' sah Fa.miscu. Cau
C. A. SPENCER. Agent. Boek Island.
THE BEST JUDGE
Of what bonstitutee good beer is the a an who
drinks beer ia the same way that he eats his meals wh never
he feels he wants It, Good judges will tell yon that Bock Isl
, aad beer is the finest product of palt aad hips to be found
anywhereand that's good efaough for Boek Island people.
ROCK ISLAND BREWING CGT
Chronic, Nervous ani
of both sexes:
aiawua an. oraia saiKety a BDacialt .
IbwsmsU asjs.s tais.llsa.fsas.
e fcg Duilding ticydgs for
years; we uciieve our product, the
Stearns, renresents incr trViot ta w;ui
. J " ... to WvWvU
by the .riding public.
Made throughout with extreme care,
without an excess ounce anywhere,
with balls as fine as machinery can
make, bearings as true as can be turned
steel these are the secrets of the
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