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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1898.
Published Dally and Weekly at 1924 Second
Avenue. Rock IMand, 111. Entered at the
Postofllce as Second-class matter.
IJt THE NAME OF J. XV. POTTER.
TERMS Dally. 10 cents per week. Weekly,
H.00 per annum; In advance 1 .SO.
r All communication of political or argumen
tative character, political or reliirious. must
have real name attached for publication. No
Kuch article will be printed over. Hctitioux 'sig
nature. Correspondence solicited from every town
hhlp In Rock Island county.
Friday, April 22, 1808.
IN HOC SIGNO VINCES.
Democratic Congressional Convention
Public notice la hereby tftven that a demo
eratto convention is called to meet at the
oourt house in the city of Rock Island, Illinois,
at IS o'clock noon of the 15th day .of
Jane A. D., 18US, for the purpose of nominat
ing a demoeratle candidate for the omce of
representative for the Tenth Congressional
district, and to transact any other business
that may come before said convention.
The beala of representation at luch conven
tion shall be one delegate for each two hun
dred (200) and excess of one hundred or more
demoeratle votes east for liryan and Bewail
In the election of lift The number of dele
sates allotted to each county In said Tenth
congressional district la as follows, to-wlt:
Rock Island. 2
Whiteside . H
County conventions in said Tenth Cocxres
alona! district will govern themselves accord
A. D. Buesiro, Rock Island, III
R. H. Hibmam, Cambridge, 111.
Gbwgc M. Eamis, Aleio, 111.
D. W. Row, La Fayette, 111.
C. C. Crura, Oalesburi;, III
CSOBGB liAKKAU, FultOS, 111.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the office of county superintendent of
schools, aubjeot to the decision of the deme-
cratle county convention.
D. W. Mstthkws.
The undersigned wishes to announoe him
cu osnaiaate tor tne aemoo ratio nomina
tion far sheriff of Rook Island county, and so
licits toe support of hut friends.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
the offlee of sheriff of Rock Island county, sub
ject to the decision of the democratic county
convention. M. M. ubiggs.
TleldinfSb the wishes of my friends I have
consented to become a candidate forthedem
oo ratio nomination for sheriff subject to the
decision of the democratic county convent ion,
. C. W. Nuucs.
Aoquleilnf. to the requesu of a number of
my friends. I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the shrievalty nomination, subject to
tne decision VI the democratic oounty con
yention. a. D. Hcksinq,
Having determined to become a candidate
lor the democratic nomination for county mi
pcrlntendent of schools, I hereby solicit the
support of my Mends looking to that end.
O. I. A DM TON.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
or the democratic nomination for county
superintendent of schools, subject to the de
cision of the democratic county convention.
Chables C. Swisher.
In accordance with the wishes of a number
of my friends throughout the county, I hereby
announoe my candidacy for the county tress
uryshlp nomination, subject to the will of the
democratic convention. C. C. Cot urn.
To the deleicetes of the demooratie conven
tlon for the nomination of candidates for
oounty offlees at the coming November elec
tlon: Gentlemen After 3 years' successful
teaching as principal of graded schools, and
having been chosen by the democrats In other
counties at two different times as nominee for
the otnoe of county superintendent of schools.
I hope yon will not thick me too presumptuous
la asking such nomination at your hands,
wmen i ao. Respectfully,
W. II. Sherman.
Immediate ami unconilitinnal stir
rrwlt'r are t lit. only terms there, ('apt
1 HE P-liour rule lias Imtii i nt ro
tlncril in the Russian jxistal mtv'ht
llic world lo move.
We liav'iit licanl of anv of the tire
eating Ktatosmeii at Washington re
mxhm" to jjo to war vet.
h.X-PKK.MIKST IIakuison savs that
he ww no reason whv a war witl
min ohiMilil last over a month.
Commodokk N Ml.KY ouy:!it to Ik
just the man to li alon stlentlv
ssitii in an iiiai i i'Hi'ii'ii oi mill.
Let n hoi that ('apt. Saninst
may prove a strong a he onht
naturally to in- in the present enier
It wa Wevlerism that nihurii
Otilw to Marvation ami hlew up the
Maine, ami Wevlerisui that lost the
islanil to Spain.
rKTi Kli'o woulil perhaps answer
as an indemnity for the Maine, in ad
ilition to what ourarmr ami uavr in
tend to tlo alxMit it.
Havana is nearlv 4m. tears old am
has lieen Uimlmiiliil lliree times liv
foreign 1W vet there is now a rvve.
tat ion in store for her.
Reports from the arrieulum de
partment show that at least 80. 0W
acres will lie planted this year in
bU,;ar lret. vkldin; lbO.OOO.Ouo
ITI - . .
average-nf o per wnt om last
While Postmaster General (larv's
esijrrjation from President McKin-
ey s cabinet is attributed to ill
health, the more aeeepted supposition
is that a serious difference of opinion
with the executive on the Culm.
question is the real cause. Mr. (iarv.
t is iiisiH-eted. is radieallv opposed
to war. and lieini; so minded did not
projHisc to have any connection with
an administration which counte
iir.s. WooDFORii'has airain faltered
and blundered. Instead of iiresenU
njr promptly the president's ultinia-
umtothe Spanish jrovernment. he
put off the unpleasant dutv until Sa-
?asta adopted the initiative and
kicked him out of the country. Hut for
the serving of the notice on Minister
lo in Washington, this nation
would now Ik the lanjhinr stock of
the worhr. with Spain as the master
so far as the art of diplomacy is con
cerned. Woodford has lieen a milk
and water representative at the Siihii-
ism i.ipnai in tue nour w ncn tne oest
brains the American continent could
produce should have lieen there, lie
Mould he reprimanded by theadmin
st ration on his return for his dila
tory tactics throughout.
Ciiaki.es Kmokv Smith, just ap
pointed postmaster general of the
United States to succeed James A.
Cary. resigned, was Ikii-ii in Mans-
lichl. ( onn.. in 1842. was editor cf
the Albany Express in l(ii. and of
the Albany Journal in 1S70. and since
1HK0 has conducted the Philadelphia
Press. He has Ion;; lieen identified
with the republican party, and has
lieen a staunch supporter of President
McKinley from the time the president
was cnairman oi me ways and means
committee. He was for a year or
more, during the Harrison adminis
tration, minister of the United States
to Russia. It is semi-ollieially stated
that the Pennsylvania .senators were
consulted before Smith's appointment
was decided upon, and that they
agreed not to oppo-e it. Their con
sent lo tue nomination is perhaps the
price of jH-ace lictwcen them and" the
warring tactions of Pennsylvania.
('ait. William T. Sampson's, squad
ron is one oi the most toniiidah ,
.1. . . . i . . , . . ,
iiecis etei auieren loeincr in anv
waters. It represents the stillest
lihtinjr material that modern naval
architecture and the science of th
new uuiierv can construct, it is
composed ot some of the b:'"i-est ami
most effective of the war ships in the
American navv. and can be surpassed
v no nation in the world for the
i:.i. . : .1 : i ,
niiuii net ices w itn w inch it is
complied. Vt ltliout roin into a de
tailed description of the ships that
('apt. Sampson has under his control
it may be said that they are all c.iiki.
i i . i
ne oi noinj such destruction as tin
mind reels irom when one tries to
picture it. ('apt. Sampson can. by
i in pie signal, turn loose upon Ha
vana s fortress a storm of liroiectile:
caiciiiaieu io reduce old .iorro s pon-
.l-.i. i. , .
lerous wans lo a hi-ap of ruins.
Steel projectiles 1.000 pounds in
wcijjht can be hurled from lo-inch
uns. Every such discharge cost
the t.nitiii Mates a matter of 7(H
mt run. Every 13-inch un at everv
lischare jjives a liressure of two and
one-iourtli tons to the sijuare inch on
the Protected deck. Sampson's
squadron reiiresents a power worthy
of the miirhtv nation whose "standard
it carries into the seas of the enemy.
Commanding these lioats are some
the ablest sea fighters in the Ameri
can navy. Ollicers and men alike are
as eaer for action as the memory of
their dead compatriots in Havana
harlxir can make them. From ('apt
Sampson and IiL'htinj: Hob"' Evans
dowu every man-jack in the fleet i
anxious for work.
' Virions People to Fight.
Ill the world of nations there
none more difficult to coim with than
that of the Spaniards. Abhorred and
distrusted in times of peace, the
Spanish people aliove all others must
le watched when unrestrained by the
laws of nations. Naturally treacher
ous and unscrupulous even w ith their
friends, as has lieen shown in a thou.
and and one instances, of which the
Maine is the most dreadful as far as
America is concerned, they are foes
to lie dreaded, not courted. " Of igno
ble passions, easy to offend, unre
lenting and altoveall things cowardly,
they are an infamous race of cople
who have never raised their faces to
receive the smile of civilization. Ig
norance and superstition are the dom
inant characteristics, and the history
of the nation has lieen one of retrogres
sion, and throiijrh the process of deeav
the mighty empire of the fifteenth cen
tury has crumbled until today her fate
is almost within the keeping of the
sovereign over of the western hemi
sphere, provided that power pursues
the vigorous plan of warfare that is
exjxvted of her. Pirates on the sea.
the Spaniards are assassins on the
land, and America is today confronted
with the necessity of enforcing the
mandate of ' an enlightened ajrc
through modern means iihui a relic
of liarliarous times. America is deal
ing with a vicious jicoplc. She must
improve every opportunity, strike
quickly and strike hard.
To Cure a Cnld in tine Day.
Take Livative Ilromo Quinine Tali
lets. All drn-rsrists refund the m.inev
lf it fails to
srennine has L
Tr Had Ym Haw (rsfaeffi
hiuiiiis 01 gn;rar. jdis win be an
SONG OF THE BEGGAR MAID.
The moon is a kin;? v. iili a silver crown
In the blue, blue i;r.
Eappy go lucky and low lie down,
Favored by fortup!" every frown.
Beggarly miad am I; bcjgarly maid cm L
What Is his wand with the starry tip?
A pale moonbeam.
Ee lars it gratly npon my lip. '
King may quarrel and kingdoms slip.
Happy I lie and dream; happy I lie an?
Here I lie thxouL-li the dear, dear nigLt.
May it linger long!
Every poljlin and ever? sprite,
Happy go heavy and happy go light,
Sings in i;:y dreamland song, tings In my
Kinps vic.T niarrrf ! sad kings rncy groan
With a Uibs, lnnp tisa.
Queens may bicnih and make their moan.
E"gsnriy r;aid n and all alone.
Happ-ft qnec-n am I. hap'.icsit qT.em nm L
A. G. Herbertson in riaoli tnd Vi'hitc
Ilorace Greeley as an Orator.
Mr. Greeley was uot an orator in any
scholastic ecdso. He had a poor aud
somewhat squeaking voice, he knew
nothing of gestures, and he could not
take an orator's pose, which adds such
emphasis sometimes to tho matter and
argument to be set forth. Not all bis
years of practica cu the platform and ou
pnbhc occasions ever chanped his habits
and methods as a speaker, and ho ended
as poorly equipped iu the respucts nam
ed for the vocation as wheu he began.
Eut he had one primo quality, without
which all the others are exploited in
vain. He invariably hud something to
say, aud he said it in such clear aud
wholesome English with such sincerity
that be was an orator in spite of all the
To state it briefly, of all the eminent
speakers I huvo introduced and more
than oucu there was not one who gave
better satisfaction, different and notable
as they were, than Horace Greeley. As
a consequence, be came to me ofteucst
and wore the best. We might or mibt
not agree with some of his peculiar
premises, as when he says, "The mo
ment a drop of alcohol is received into
the human stomach that moment tho
stomach recoguizes a deadly enemy,"
but be set his audience thinking and il
luminated Lis theme. Joel .Benton in
The ancient Creek lielieveil that the
Penates were the ods who attemW-d
to the welfare and prosperity of the
'aiuily. They were worshipped as
lonsehoid irod.s in every home. The
loiisehold "oil of today is Dr. Kind's
Xew Discovery. For consumption.
coughs, couls and for all affections of
throat, chest and lunirs it is invalua
ble. It has tieen tried for a quar
ler oi a century and is jjuaran
teed to cure, or money returned. Xo
lioiisehold should be without this
;ood aii'cl. It is pleasant to take
and a safe and sure remedy for old
and vounir. Free trial bottles at
Hartz & UHineyer's dru store. IJc"--
ular size ,U cents and 1.
;lml Tidings to Am h inn Sufferers.
1 olev s Honey and Tar f;ics quick
and positive relief m al! cases. Sold
v T. T. Thomas.
Tablets ssid tacont::iu tho "concen
trated csseuco cf wiuo" find a ready
sale in France. Two of them cost about
3 shillings aud will ivuduco three
quarts of so called claret.
Kidney diseases are the most fatal
of 4II diseases. Foley's Kidney Cure
is a guaranteed remedy or money re
funded. T. H. Thomas sells it.
We have the Best Equipped
Repair Shop in the west
And all kinds of job work. We also
carry a complete lice 0! guns and
219 Seventeenth St. Market Square.
I P RBIIIJ'C FOB "r nEB sex.
LC OnUM O Thin rrrardr belnc la.
Jrted dirrxtly t the
7 eat ef the ieajtra
II a f the eBita-l'rlaar
Orpuis, reo aires
rbaaxe f diet. Care
5earaatee4 la 1 t I
ara. atall nlata Daek
A. J. Rlea. Fonrth Avenna Dmv Rtnm ml.
JtT'yttT is never pleasant worh. The way to have e'enning I
! Jry w!l ,,,,u"' allfl to Kt-t tlirouj:li ii quickly witlicut I
I spending much strength, is to use
f ,3 Then the cleaning things are laid aniJe early in f.ie day, ad I
rfleiKfi ;3 the housewife has time for more p'.casa'ut tiiirgs. B
Ht)ViSi , THE X. K, FAHUiANik COnPAM', fl
READ, HARK, LEARN
Some I'rrtinmt OantloiM That Can b
Answrrnl With One Krply.
Why is it that in Kink Island and
its suburbs, with a combined popula
tion of H.ouO, there i only one med
icinal preparation which lives state
ments from residents to liack up its
reputation? Why is it that lean's
Kidney Pills do this in Kot k Island,
as well a in every other city and
tow n of any importance in the union?
Why is it that there are advertised in
every newspaer a dozen remedies
and only one can supply local proof,
local endorsement of its claims? The
solution of the problem is simple.
Only one remedy has the curin-; and
stavine- lwiwer. Other remedies make
futile, yet riantic efforts to n-t local
proof, but the attempt ends in pro-
iluc'.n'' a .statement or two. that as far
as Itock Island citizens an- concerned
iuirht as well lie m the moon, llctv
is Kock Island proof that liackupthc
merits of IMan s Kidney rills.
John Taylor, of 71S Fourteenth
street, jfroccr. savs: For some time
on ami ou i suiicrcd irom a dull pain
in the small of mv back which I at
tributed to the sliiiririsli'iess of mv
kidnevs. There were no other svmii-
toms of kidney trouble, but I was
anxious to jjet rid of it liefore further
complications set in w hich miht w
more difficult to check. I loan s Kid
ney Tills were called to mv attention.
so I obtained a Ihix from the Harper
house 1 1 ru-; store. 1 took them re-n
laliv. and. although I only usitl this
one lxix. it was sufficient to cure me
I have not had the trouble since, sh
can safely say 1 am cured. Should
ever have a similar attack 1 wil
surely use Doah's Kidney Pills, aud I
do not hesitate to recommend them to
any person as a reliable remedy to
I loan's Kidney Pills for sale by all
dealers. Price ."id cents. Maihil by
Foster-Mil burn Co.. IlulTalo. X. Y.
sole airenls fur the United States
KememU-r the name. Doan's. and
take no substitute,
shall iV: Fisher.
For sale by Mar
Otircr (?) Mcilieinr.
There is a medicine whose propric
tors do not claim to have . discovcrei
some hitherto unknown ingredient.
or that :t is a cureall. I his honest
medicine only claims to cure certain
diseases, and that its ingredients air
recognized by the most skilled physi
cians as iH-in the U-st lor kuliiev and
bladder diseases. It is Foley's Kid
ney Cure. Sold by T. H. Thomas,
riles! Piles: riles!
Dr. illiams Indian Pile Ointment
will cure blind, bleeding ami iteliiii"
piles when all other ointments have
failed. It absorbs the tumors, allavs
the itching at once, acts as a xuiltice
;ivcs instant relief. Dr. Williams
Indian Pile Ointment is prepared only
lor, plies and ileinn ol the private
parts, and tiotbin r!c. hvcrv Imx
is wanamcii. snm ny drujiists or
sent lv mail on receipt of price. 00
cents and 1 per box.
Williams Mam kacttuim; Co..
Proprietors. Cleveland Ohio.
Sold by M. F. Hahnsen. Ih-uirist.
A Lire for SO Cents.
iH'oplu have U-eii
kidney diseases by takin
I ait tic of Foley's Kidnev
by T. II. Thomas.
a 51) cen
Subscribe for The Aii;cs.
Good wiues and liquors are today moro
widely, and happily, more wisely used than
at any time in the world's history. The
cause of it Is the recognition of iu benelita
to the human system. Man is proving by
experience its proper uses, and aU mus
concede pure liquors prevent diseases an1
help restore its raTigfis. Wine and whisky i
are healthful stimulant to the mental an
mural activities. Without bodily health
you are no factor in tbe world s forces. K",'k Wand county, at the coumv court mom.
You may know that yon can secure always l1' !!"T V.f Kock H""1 ,l J"ne "m
the rarest and always the cheapest in any ZTTJZ
(juantity yoa rntv ter.Ulrp at our Store, the estate sre UHilled uud reueied to attend.
only wholesale house in the city dispensing f"r punise of hsvinir the mf adjusieiL
Broods dirwt to the eonnmer. Our nwlsl A!l l"""' Iwlei'teii 10 said estate are re.
give yoa pure and unadulterated goods. j Dai- his t n dav or a prfl. a d i.
Open evening, until 10 o'clock.- ' ' wniM LcAt"tornerk,U",0r
lin.Jtjt l 11
Axe not always obtainable, eves at aotne of the blf jer
stores. Oar stock Includes a Tarletj of seat styles
all the latest creations, made for comfort as wall as
style. Doa't be led astray into parchaaicg odds and
M WRIGHT & BKRBER
WANTED . COMPETENT GIRL AT 1817
WANTF-P-TORKNT AN a OR 10 Hi KIM
Dodrro bouse Maj I or be fur. AdUrrar
WAN'TKI) - IHH'SKCI.F.A N'INtS
aushlnit and Inuilm; bv the dar.
quire at (Ida Tent b Ktreeu
UAXTH) A rOMI'CTKNT :IRL Pi'U
(.-eneral housework In small lumily. Mr.
II. U. llurvn. lU Srcirail avenue.
a VTANTED HOARHERS: CHOICE ROOMS
ard board, with all mudern cunren
lencaa, ZtX Fourth avenue.
WANTED URL K1R CKN'KRAL HOCRE
wrk rieterracea re.uued. lira. It.
F. Hall, Wl Twentieth street.
WA XTKD - l"OS mo
miiherbv a vimnir
AS A STF.N:
IimIv. CimkI rvler
eui'c. AililresH K '
A HOC otTloc.
A rA K TF.D A RKSriXTAHLE MIDDLE
f aeed lady forbousekeeprr io amall fam
ily. Addrcbscareuf The Aacfs.
TAXTE0-A COMI'ETKXT SECOND
Kirl. Apply at Mrs Morris Rosenileld'a
Sixth avenue and Nineteenth street.
W A XTKD A COMI'KTEST C;IRL FOR
Kmnral hnuework. Aoplf to Mra.
L. M. Drack, 1100 Twenty Second ktreeu
TAXTED-RiajAHIJ-: AND IXDVS-
T trlou difb fur enasslnp and eolleni
inv. Set d name and addrea ui "M. 6." AB-
WANTED CKXJDB TO STORK lit OHKA P,
elean and lhrht atoraca rooma. with ele
vator at I&3 Second avenue. Joans Joeee.
XT ANTED ACF.NT9 TO SELL OCR OH .S
V and trreasen It Murk laland and vicinity.
Permanent posiilD f.ir the rlubt man. The
CaeileUl Oil company, Cleveland. Oiuu.
ANTED GENTLEMAN OR LADY
w no can ci ve dudq. iu iwae Mtnii ,r a
Diminpt m Kock itland. floe man cleared
over OHi last vnar. The I1iua Novelty com
puuy, l'iiiua. Ohio.
,'ANTED-REI.IABI.E MEN TO TACK
up advrrtmpr aiirnir: iiM weekly:
rneady work. Send 10 ernui for dumuk. ua-
p e. ete. Young Msiiclne company, lit North
vViumuu swecfc, inuaueipnia, raw
7 A NTED ACF.NT8 AND RAtJCSMEN;
" ri a car. piauof tableware: new Pro-
ees: rost" but eent to plate one donee
knives to w rite yera. Send eeata for
formula. inkier Chemical company, St.
tantkd-ac;exts to sell the fcl-
1 T ler fruit buller. It bulla ktrawberrhv
eurranis. ete No cuptor holes to 111! up. saves
hum: aoa ismir. perfect 10 opt-ration, endorsed
by sll uxinir t hem. Mample loo: one doneano
cents, uem bupply company, Dcpu W, biatioo
Waxted-ex;a(;ements to play
lor dunces hy J. J. lisker (wl h tHlos
men I. who guarantee food musle ll.tiry
VVehllnir. prommer. Aum furnish violin and
hlano muue. No. 7(0 beventeenth street, tel
phone 3 oa 1341.
WANTED-A BLE If MM ED HOY OK
IS years m ho lives st home and who ha
a mectiitnie:U turn of mind to learn s good
tiusimw. Must tm wuilnir to work 1
ojieiiiiiK for me rlclit .v. Addreis, with street
and h'.imlH-r. -H VoV'Tiie .Viu.l's.
WANTEDTO LOAN MONET ON DIA
Bonds, watehea, Jewelry, hardware,
muaieal IcstrnTr.eou WAyeiee. eloihlag, dry
iwi lurniHire, eie. uieneet ease pnoaa
paid for anooBd band roods of all a'cda also.
The above goods for sale at half the aaual
store pnees. a u business transactions strtouy
oonfldeatlaL Bis new namber and location.
lAil beeoad A venae. Doal forget tt. I. W.
Jone Two Units on 1 Jt7.
lilOK SALE HORSES. AWNINGS AND
-- snow cdscs. w. 1.. Maucaer.
TiKlt SALE SIX LOTS NEAR TOWN fcOO
s- cava, uoraon uawmaa.
F."K SALE rll(l! OAK F LDl N j BED.
cheap. Inquire A km.i-s office.
"CX)R SALE FIVE
A. cheap. Near tos
ACRES FOR SALE
n. uordon A Bowman.
TJIOR RALE REAL ESTATE NOW EARN
A. Inr 10 per cent on tbe Investment. In
ulre of Thomas Smart, 715 Third avenue.
CX)R SALE COAL IN ANY QUANTITY
A of au bushela or oyer at S2 M per ton, de
livered CO. a to any part of the city. Leave
orders at Commereial house bar oar shop, Book
Island, or Eaos James, Milan.
CV)R SALE A NCMHER OF VACANT
A. kiuln Sinnet'a addition; very eeatral;
within easy reach of the irovernmenl aivensi,
most of the larire shops in Moline and the
roundhouse of the Cbicatro. Kock Island A l'a
eilic railroad. Anyone havinir tbe ready east
can buy one or all of them at a barvain. A Im
a lew cottages. Apply to F. AL binnet. JQi
Ij.ti.te of Sophia f iiesenbairen. deceased.
The undersigned bavin been appointed ad
mintstrstor of the estate of Sopbia (,iesenha
iren lute of tbe count v of ftoek Islsnd. stste
he w,TnoV";: Z? .ZJi
. n r. m i i i (, n t l nTTT.in
ndi at alight re-
d notion when yon
can have the Ma
son's cheioest offerings at reasonable prices.
Come View OurStock
LADIES' SPRISU 6TTLKI.
GKSrLEMK.S'J SrBISG STT1.K.
SaOEJ I 0B tVKRTBODT AT KVKItV TBK I-
F'OR BALE-LOT SOrTHEAST CXlRTTn?
TwcLtr niirdatreet aaa Nlath aveane. si
fat fnint. Wlllaelloa eajr term. AiMreta
T. J. b alp in. k Mala ktreet. 81. Looia. Mo.
VOX SALE LOT ROCTHEAPT OORNF.R
A1 Taentreerondaireet and Ninth avenue:
M toot front. Will will oa fu; terma. Ad
drew T. J. Halpia. tot Main atreet, u Loula
Foil SAI-A KrIIKN-K. K SK 1:X
niHK. well aiilnlrd. with midrn inhi
vitilfncs. A itimmI Miiilia for a flivlitHii
1 n mi fort a hie bmue fur a tiusltisa nmq
(mkmI vnl. nml fMna.nlent tMrrrt rant. Ad
t!resi;. ;i Tne Ai.fH.
t7"OR SALE A NEAT OFFICE C A niNET
A with abnat 0 d Bereni slides, vuitablw for
Mice lersl blanks or aor 4eeiipUna of pssers
la Hat form to be kept la shape for wnilnr
A eomprebensire ladei eonneeted. just tbe
thine for any offloe with oontraess. et.. te
tile. Address H. E. C eare of Tne ABi.es.
FR SALE WFXJ.FTAniJSnm BUSI
Bess: doiee about t3" 0M ner annum: lo
cated 00 the most promlneot comer la 1M
city of Msa Antonio I auu ears pasa (be tof
every ia . ooe-tbird Urat-elsM famln lands
la Missouri or Kansas, baianoe essb or lui
eiiuivaient. Address CoL J. A. Hradicy, tOi
r. nousum street, tsaa Antonio. 1 ea.
TJIOR RENT -THE STORE ROOM AT
-a. Third avenue. Apply V. Uauher.
TiOR RENT A NICE a-ROOM COTTAGE
-a.- la South Kock Islsod. w. C. Mauaker.
lHMIi:XT-A NEAT CrTTU:F.. SCrTA-
a I'le lor sttndl IsBilly; rent Inoulrc at
II II 1 bird avenue.
LX)R RENT HOCKE AT FOOT OF MO! J VE
a. avenue and T west) -third street. Apply
v v jtiaciewaio.
T.R KENT-TWO KPUELV KCRVISHEtt
a. rooms raa. nta. best, with hoaeo. a
t rally located. T.M Serecceni si met.
Iiol:KNT-FrRXIsr;ll ltNM. STEAM
A. hem. mtn S'Ml hsth. lliree lilorks In
pttstailtee. require at Horn lliy s aiiexe slore,
IOB RENT - EIGHT ROOM IlOt'Slt.
Thirteenth at reel and Second avenue.
Kent ID App
A Hurst's olfioi
to K. ii. btaaurd at Jacksva
PMC RENT -A SIX ROOM I1H-SK WITH
nimlern Improvement st Klfteeti1hiln-et
swl Seventh avenue. Apply lo llw 1 vrki t.
1MCI Scveotb avenue.
RITE TO FCLTOH aV TEAOLRT.
Denton. Tex.. If von have aeeuunt.
nines or judrmenu vs. Truss tiartiea that vou
dea.re settled or oompromlsea.
I ADIF-I MAKE HIU WAGES AT HOME
J and wast all to have the same opportu
nity. Tbe work Is very eleasant arid w ill eas
i y pay H weekly. This Is ao deenptlofl I
want ao money aod wiu eladlv send f uil pat
tieulats 10 all eodtnc stamp. Miss M. A. bieb
btna. lAwrcDee. Mich.
lj "t 3 WfXKLY. HVE SALESMEN
P I wanted for our new pu uted
lu-eeat ronsumera' article tnlv !,..
vie to sell at Muhl to every store aod hsroer
snop. is-j weekly aalary by enetraet.
Send for particulars and l value san.ples only
- eeois: as vsiue II : u only U Mom v order.
uavennort vjonsumers" aisnurMLuntiv
' baa. liaveBDart. loss.
FREE TEA RET LADIES. REND TB
your fuU address plainly written, and we
will etpresa von 7h of our tuukiu A r&iiiss
I'arfumo packets 10 sell emouc fiieada. at li
rente eaen: wnen bom. remit us tea money
nei express cnarres; ana we will send you a
lieatitif ul decors led china tea set of W planes
for your trouble, fall stta for fsmily use Nsnie
n-.rCT express omee aoa anaress. Arabian
1'erfumo company. Urldyewater. Conn.
J I I I
WaisWsBBBBaaWaWAwanBJ -d h I 1 I 1
' 1 .11 i,
m Tss nart itktW Mclles ef fSs Twis Clrtei. Ms
SilieaaMs.s, Asipfy aaaeed hv lavas asWrai trees
Mwara. water ataina. asteaalka. etc. atrssdy as.
Neae set hsjh f rses. assdsra kwrn la eeiftiber
aeed. Csaalrf nccesaiate te beainest ceatert at
hath Cltiss hv Iri-City f lectrie aailway. eir
aaenilnaa f sllass asi fa av.d b.si tMi
aaf waikMf dtstaace ie C a. I. A P. eveet, yardt
"d emi haaBtsaaje la V. a. Arseaal as armcwai
Ha aevea lets avdlcatel bv ewidiaf la aheve Btet
wlHSe asj at vary tow sriass it naaa aaea.
A. II. KOIILER,
Hva Tom Sore l"nroal. Ilmnlne. Ooninr-
tt ored Santa. A-hea, O d 8 rea, L lerrs ta
Moitn.Ulr-Falllrarr Wr te Oooa Kiieiit
Cow, W0 Maaonls Ttwpte. Cblcago, 111 for
inwoa 01 cares; captui, hwjmt. wetat
earad aUltit dajra. WHmm
T! ao acy stock In the
three cities. Every de
partment is complete
with the best things
produced In their re
Oak, long post, brace arm.
Cane Seat, only
I BUS BEDS brass
Ft EXTENSION TA
BLES nicely fin
ished, this week
Money favlna: prices
preYa.il. Special ad
vantages and Induce
ments for complete
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Owe rear Xfaaw eas Bat tt iasaraa.
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