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TIIEAEGUS, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1898.
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THE ARGUS.
Published Dally and Weekly at 1GM Second
Arenue, Rock Wand, Hi. (Entered at the
losto(nce ax Second-class matter.
IX THE SAME OF J. W. POTTER.
TERMS Dally. 10 cent per week. Weekly,
tiOO per annum; in advance II. SO.
t All communication of political or argumen
tative character, political or relUrlous. must
have real name attached for publication. No
such article will be printed over, fictitious sig
nature. Correspondence solicited from every town
hip In I lock Wand county.
Tiii'icnAr,' May 5, ISO.
IN HOC SIGNO VINCES-
Democratic Congressional Convention.
Public notice Is hereby Riven that a demo
cratlo convention to called to meet at the
court bouse In the city of Rock Island, Illinois,
at 12 o'olock noon of the 15th day .of
June A. D., 1W8, for the purpose of nominat
ing a democratic candidate for the oOlce of
represt native for the Tenth Congressional
dlatrloi, and to transact any other business
that may come before said convention.
The basis of representation at such conven
tion shall be one delegate for each two hun
dred (200) and excess of one hundred or more
democratic votes east for Uryan and Sewall
in the election of 1 WW. The number of dele
sates allotted to each county in said Tenth
Congressional district Is as follows, to-wit:
Mercer , i.
Kock Island. 23
n mteaiua 14
Knox ' ,-
rk t
Kenry I5
Total .r..86
bounty conventions in said Tenth Congres
sional district will govern themselves accord
ingly. A. D. Hcesiho, Rock Island. 111.
R. H. Uihuak. Cambridge, IU.
Gkirgb M. Eamis, Aledo, 111.
D. W. Ross, La Fayette, 111.
C. C. Chaio. Oalesburg, 111.
GBORCI Hamnac, Fulton, ILL
Committee.
Dnmorratlr Comity Cont ent ion.
AU ilrmocrolic voters nnil those who
favor the I'lilcatfo platfotm. are rcqurstrd to
send delegates to a county convention to be
held at the court house In the city of Km
Island on the Zh day of May, ivw. at I o'clock
p. m., for the iunsc of electing SI
delegates to the democratic emigres
alottal convention, and to M-leel s del
egates to a senatorial convention and if it
be the pleasure of the convention to express a
preference for a candidate for minority repre
sentative. To nominate candidate for county
uQlcent. Judge, clerk. MierilT, treasurer anil
superintendent of schools: also to select a
chairman of count y central committee. The
representation will he one delegate for each
A votes, and one additional for every major
traction tuen'oi in eiwm wita-a or the cities,
town or voting precinct of the comity at the
presidential election of s.i for Hrjan and
bewail.
The caucuses are advised to lie held Friday.
May jn. IWN. at "o'clock p.m.. In Kock Island
and Mollne. South Kock Island and South Mo
llne. Muck Hawk, foal Valley. Port Hymn and
Cordova, and In all other towns at 2 p.m. of the
same day. At caucuses In each ward of the
cities and voting precinct of towns those
present should select a precinct chairman to
be ex-offlclo a member of the county central
committee.
The representation shall be as follows:
Andalusia.
40
Ill I
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3D
KK)
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41
It
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61
1K7
3U)
ISA
CM
-'II
XI7
I J
Xt7
Howling
HuOalo Pralre
Mack Hawk ,
Coal Valley
Cordova ,
C'oe ,
Canoe Creek
Prury ,,,
Krigtngton
Flnt precinct
Second precinct .,
Hampton
Ktnt precinct
Second precinct...
Third precinct
Mollne-
First ward
Second ward
Third want
Fourth ward
Fifth ward
Sixth ward
Seventh ward
South Mollne
Kock Island
First ward
Second ward
Third ward
Fourth w ard
Fifth ward
Sixth ward
Seventh ward
Rural
Iort Hvron
South Kock Island.
Zuma
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21 s
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17
T.s
rand total
1 hit i-d at Moline. April M. istw.
W. a MmiHB.
Chairman County Central Committee.
M i. Mi F.nihy.
Secretary County Central Committee.
Announcement.
I hereby announce mrself aa a namiiiii.
for the office of county superintendent of
aoooois, suDject to the decision of the demo
Cratlo county convention.
P. W. Matthews.
The undersigned wishes to announoe him
elf t candidate for the demooraila nomina
tion for sheriff of Rook Island eonnty, and so
licit the support of his friends.
BBTO! Davh.
I hereby announoe myself a candidate for
the office of sheriff of Rook Island county, sub
ject to the decision of the democratic county
convention. M. M. Haious.
Tieldlog to the wishes of my friends I have
consented to become a candidate fnrthAm
oeratlo nomination for sheriff subject to the
aecunon oi me democratic county convention.
. c. W.KBcrs.
Aequleslng to the requests of a number of
my frieada, i hereby announce myself a eandl.
date for the shrievalty nomination, subject to
taa decision of the democratic county eon
ventlon. a. D. Hcbsihg.
Having determined to become candidate
fo the democratic nomination for coanty su
perintendent of schools, I hereby solicit the
support of my friends looking to that end.
O. L Auditor.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
or the democratic nomination for county
suporlnteadent of scbooht, subject to taede
elsloB of the democratic county convention.
CBASxts C Swishes.
la accordance with the wishes of k number
oi sty trisads throughout the covin' 7, 1 hereby
announce my candidacy for the county treas
uryahlp nomination, subject to the will of the
democratic convention. C. C. Cortes.
To the delegates of the democratic conven-1
tlon for the nomination of candidates for j
county offices at the coming November elec
tion: Gentlemen After ' 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 office of county superintendent of schools.
I hope yon will not think me too presumptuous
In asking such nomination at ytu- hands,
which I do. Respectfully,
IV. H. Siierxas.
Ami John Sherman is already fir
srottcu! TliF.iiK i no moisture on llrvvev
after all.
Spain has lcterinineil to stake her
all on a single throw ami that is not
so much after all.
If Spain is Mill stnnneil from the
news from Manila, what will she lie
when she comes to?
(Ikowjk Fi:ki Williams, the -Treat
free silrerite of Massachusetts, is rais
in"; a regiment of volunteers.
Since that. Manila affair the Span
iards have struck their true colors.
Thev have all hecome Wevlers.
Akked to the other joys of the hour
the American people should not lose
sijrht of the fact that Billy Mason is
ijlliet.
iV. T.VNNEU's
patriotic
ardor
seems to have lieen dampened cmi
sideralilv since he failed to become --a
"jcncral in the arm v."
It is inspirit)"- to know that the
glorious victory won under the stars
and stripes in the far east created no
where greater enthusiasm thair south
of Mason & Dixon's line.
Manila happen to lie verv appro
priately located on an island cail.-d
Luzon. It is not the only island that
Spain will Luzon liefore the war ends,
however. SI. Louis Chronicle.
TllK latest fad for voting ladies is to
wear as many lirass liuttons as con.
sistent with jjimmI taste, the idea lie
in";, of course, to adopt the deMn of
the armv or navv as far as uiissilili-
When it comes to settlement of
war terms, the United Mates will de
mand neither indemnity nor territory.
This is not a war for rain. When the
Spaniards Uit Cuba we shall have
obtained what we are lihtiii"; for.
Ietcv has avenged theMaiuealread v.
Ik Spanish ships sij;ht the Oregon
I hey would better salute her and pass
by. Kven if they ( ould capture or
sink her. the way Ilewey has avenged
ihe Maine should be a lesson. I'm
every ship we lose we shall sink 10
and for every American killed our
runnel-!- ill rct ,Vl Spaniai'ds. St.
Louis Bepitblie.
No net that President McKinley has
ever publicly performed has 'more
Ihoronhly nu t the .approbation of
all Americans wherever found than
in the military honor paid by him to
Ijen. r'it.liur;li Lee yesterday. It
conies as a happy thoujjht to a people,
magnanimous as they are patriolie.
to know that this Vrrat chieftain
should close his military career in a
Yankee uniform.
After deliberately m.inipiilatiu";
the topedo that blew' up the Maine
when in Havana harbor on a peaceful
mission the Spaniards were too much
tcrrilied from their own fearful jruilt
to touch the wires which connected
Ihe destroy inj agencies when Com
modore Dewey entered Manila harbor
for lijrhtiit"; purposes. They will be
more careful than ever hereafter how
they tamper with anythiii"; that niav
affect an American man of war.
The Men for the Hour.
T. 1... .1. .1 .1 ...
it uas oecti i ne History oi tins na
tion that it has always produced the
men for the hour. Not all of Ameri
ca's ;rvat leaders have been made by
circumstances. The names which
have adorned the paes of fame in
America's history are those of men
w ho have to a lal jre extent moulded
the circumstances that made t lit ni
rreat. Through w hat .seems a provi
dential instrumentality they- have
come upon the scene of action at the
moment when their services were
demanded. Jefferson. . Franklin.
Washington. Jackson. Decatur.
Lawrence. Scott, Lincoln and Crant.
each was lorn to fulfil his, place in
the nation's destiny. The crisis now
upon us has already added another
name to the "dorious list. Dcwev has
made a place in history and no 'suli
seqiicut occurrence call .dim the lus-
iit the Gtubc fur
RHEUMATISM.!
irrrrrj'.TnTi . , . . . 7
m ara truar ton-plain ti,
pninura cijer tne itrtngi-nt
GERMAN KEDIC1LLIWS
yrrwenjea cy eminent pnysicia a
J,Vrt' KICHTER'5 I
"ANCHOR "
pain expeller:
I.. V, wi.i s B sswjw; H, nirVIIVT,
irnlrnnHiKaari-kTM. u..ktt a i i
r. AIL KrlilrraVlBBV.llBsrlSr-. InraV
.3! HISHZST AWARDS.
13 Brmoch Hona. Or a QluswarVt.
9sA Wrtl V n.l. . - . .
iiurtDiuft Jc isber,1828 2d At.
John rnjfton, 1700 2d A-
rWtV T ft.BBaa,
AKcnott" ftT2iirnAi..iHwt
' i'Tsmn .v stwimrt t'fTmlmt.
tre that will always attach to his
name. And. as has lieen the record
of the past: future events In the
impending cwifiict will brin"; to the
defense of American arms and Ameri
can institutions those litted for the
parts they are to plav. When the
hour arrives the man will le here.
Circumstances as the develop will
produce the men who are needed, and
men will create the circumstances
that will contribute to a continuation
of our national jrreatness and ;rand
eur. TATXOB RIDMB TOPICS. -
Tavlor nidge. May 4. Mrs. Storer
Johnson is very sick with asthma.
Miss Iva Johnson is teaching the
school recently taught bv Miss Young.
Charles Sam nelson, of Sherrard. was
in our town Monday night on busi
ness. There will lx services at the Tavlor
Ridge Baptist church Sunday ut 3
o'clock by Rev. Arthur Sangston. of
( ii tea go.
j'avm ."sears anil ins campaign man
ager. I oi. Harris, were in our village
Tuesday evening. Mr. Sears says he
is the only race horse in the strins;.
The war meeting at Kdgington la-t
Saturday night was well attended. At
i ne close lour oi our vounw
men enlisted to light Spaniards, wheii
their services are needed.
II. P. Stoddard, of Edgington. came
near getting mixed up in a runaway
in our village last Monday. He came
to the Ridge for the first time since he
was sick, and when ready to "rt home
climbed onto a wagon load of corn-
planters driven by John Street. Mr
Street left the team to get a cigar, and
the team started to run. and but for
the timely interference of bystanders
Mr. Stoddard's chances would have
been almost et)al to the Spaniards in
trout ot I ommodore Dewey s fleet
However, the team was stopped and
no damage was done.
SHI KKABD S HUTS.
Sherrard. Mav 4. William Iluiues
who has Im-cu visiting relatives and
friends in . oh-hester, returned home
Monday.
Ceorge MeWilliams, of Coal Valley,
was here Sunday.
riii nk Sherrard went to Chicago
Tuesday on business.
Hugh Corman. of Spring Vallev.
nas come Here to reside.
Ld Love has gone to Rock Island,
where he has employment.
C. A. Saniuelson shipped two car
loads of hogs to Chicago Tuesday.
i... 'i '.. - .
.wis. ,i. jiwson. oi weuona. is
visiting here will) relatives and
friends.
Rev. J. P. Kesler. of North Hender
son, preached in theU. B. church last
Sunday.
Mrs. John Sw ard. Mrs. Dave Evans
and Miss Lena Dunklegoth were in
Davenport Monday.
Mrs. Elizabeth Bell, of Cable, and
Mrs. William Haddick. of Streator.
III., visited f.iicnils here Sunday.
Miss Miriam Morgan, of Preemp
tion, visited with her, parent. Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Morgan, over Sunday.
I'. A. Saniuelson returned home
Tuesday from Keithsburg. He is a
candidate for the republican legisla
tive nomination.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sievers. of
Cable, passed through here on their
way to Coal Valley, where they will
live in the future.
The new village council met Monday
night. James Haddick was elected
marshal and William Schaarniann.
treasurer, for the coming year.
Mrs. Charles Jones, who has ln-en
visiting relatives and friends in Cable
and Sherrard the last six weeks, re
turned to her home at Des Moines
last Monday.
The Peoria railway com nan r 1ms
pulled olT the train' that h as been
operating between Sherrard and Pre
emption and transferred it to the
main line until fall.
The Greatest Discovery Vet.
W. M. Repine, editor Tiskihva. 111..
Chief.'" says: -We won't keep
house without Dr. King's New Dis
covery for consumption, coughs and
colds. Experimented with many
others, lint never got the true rem
edy until we used Dr. King's New
Discovery. No other remedy can
take its place in our home, as in it we
have a certain and .sure cure for
coughs, colds, w hooping cough, etc.'
It is idle to experiment with other
remedies, even if they are urged on
you as just as good as Dr. Kind's
New Discovery. They are not "as
good, because this remedy lias a rec
ord of cures and liesides is guaran
teed, it never fails to satisfy. Trial
bottles free at Hart's & UHemeyer's
drug store.
I'iles! l-iles! I'lleft!
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
will cure blind, bleeding and itchin'r
piles when nil other ointments have
failed. It absorbs the tumors, allays
the itching at once, acts as a jioultice.
gives instant relief. Dr. Williams'
Indian Pile Ointment is prepared onlv
for piles and itching of the private
arts, and nothing else. Every lox
is warranted, ssom nv drumrists or
sent by mail on receipt of price, 50
cents and $1 per Imix.
Williams Mam faottring Co.,'
Proprietors. Cleveland Ohio.
Sold by M. F. Bahnsen, Druggist.
o Consumptives.
As an honest remedy, Foley's Honey
and Tar does not hold" out false hopes
in advanced stages, but truthfully
claims to give comfort and relief in
the very worst cases, and in the earlv
stages to effect a cure. Sold by T. II.
Thomas.
Arnold's Bromo Celery cures head
aches: 10. 2" and iirt cents. Reiss
drug store.
Bsantns ?li)C Hind Ym Hsu !wars Bcsffi
Special Dye Stuffs for Cctton.
Diamond Dyrs the Onlv Ilonir Dvcs
That Conic !n Special Colors for
Cotton anil Mixed (iools.
When von want to dye cotton, or
materials composed of wool and cot
ton or cotton and :!k. lie sure to u.-e
the fast Diamond dye special colors
for cotton and mixed goods.
The use of dyes that claim to color
all kinds of materials v. ith the one
package will only cau-e ruin and dis
appointment, (ononis a vegetable
libre and requires a sp-'cial dve en
tirely different from the dve 'that is
needed to color an animal libre like
wool. While the imitation dves that
claim to color all kinds of material
with the one package may give fairly
satisfactory results on riblMns anil
small articles, yet for carpet rags and
for dress goods or jackets, and in fact
any of the usual jobs of dyeing, thev
simply stain the cotton part and give
a streaked or spotted color that will
quickly fade out when exposed to
light. '
Diamond Dyes have 1(5 special fat
colors for cotton ami mixed goods
that never fail to give satisfaction.
They cost much more to make than
the imitation dyes, and hence the
dealer has to pay more for theni. but
the price to the user is just the same
as for the cheap dyes that have to
make deceptive claims in order to sell
their goods.
A AVann r'rtentl.
Foley's Colic is very hot. but when
diluieil it is a warm friend indeed to
those suffering from bowel com
plaints. It never fails. :, cent s and
M cents. Sold bv T. H. Thomas.
Bad blood ami indigestion are deadly
enemies to good health. Burdock
Blond BHurs destroys them. Sold
by Marshall & Fisher.'
A1ADE ME A iliAiN
AJAX TABLETS
rosiTiVH.v rri v i
Nervous 1 .Ue;i-t s 1- r.;l!i?
it nr.. r;i!Mtl I Aini-e a';
-ii:- r i. itti-l ,,!...,.,
IKiris. They fii.ietilr innl
Mir-lv r,-t, tp 1 1 ..: ii:.::';-lM
i'M . r y-j'vis. uJ lit a min i.t
t.'l.!v. I p.vi t.r u:..rr..i-fc.
l'B".. r.t iiis.t:tl'.i aiult'idwuira-ti-a
i: t:.::- -i initni,.. Ui -i.-im
I;i.ir.c...a:; hniTi iiao:ii
- i ajx " " - - i at. iiers
, . .in in nr-rs l;.:l. I'l".! i-.-n
JnTini: fin gni Am , ...VhV-.i
K.'i!riLuUT.i'' cif''"- 1,1 ''"n ewer r. tiin.uiis
r?,e 7s., !!?c'1,'! "TW itrjpa-.. . .- six PM-saces
1 - . -t ti..iu, in pistil v.rwriir.
upon rccoiritui nr:c ). Clrcuiar in- .i.ir .. .
AJAX REMEDY CO 75 tapbohn si..
Torl IVUHLUI WU., Cil'CAGU. ILL.
ro p tri i-'T.k leisrel 7 Jnbn bw:torj
mu vBrsuitiiff s inur. amir1!
CHAS. E. HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency.
Established 1874.
Traders Ins. Co.. - - Chicago. Ill
I'nion Ins. Co. - Philadelphia. Pa
K.ickfor.l Ins. Co. - - Roekl'or.I. ill.
Security Ins. (',.. - Haven. Conn.
Stale Ins. Co. - - - Pcckford. Ill,
Ortlee. b'.iiiin 3. ttuford lilook. 1,'ates
as I ow as consistent, witti security.
Ask Your
DRUGCilST
lor a gent-ross
CATARRH
10 CENT
TRIAL SIZE
ELY'S Cream B&lm
Contains no cocaUe,
uiereurj' ror any
other injurious drut;.
It is (juickly Ab
sorbed. Gives lie-
opens and cleanses
COLD HEAD
the Nasal Passes. Allays iiillauiiiiation.
Heals and Protects the Mt-nibrane. Re
stores the Sf ntes of TasLe nun SnieK. Full
Size 5Uc; Tiial Siza lOcat Druggists or by
mail.
SLT BKOTaKas.tt- aticuilr-tit. New Turk
LOST VIGOR
Before mm A:ur Li.t"
$S" h'JV WJTEjr .r..SA -.Ti; to i-a:.. K,r-.u
Itbilltr,I,o. ot 3ua r0-(rm . ;;h r,. i, iia: , ..
7 EmiSJlt-tU frOT.1 to, CT.;1.C. If l rc,:-r:. J, h
Fit saw by A J. Ret. drucelet. Rock Iln
ire the most fata! of ail
2iseases.
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
i GUARANTEED remedy
31 money refunded. Con
tains remedies recognized
by ail eminent physicians
is the best f or Kidney and
Bladder troubles.
riiie s5it. and ..c,
Ruld by X F Ilhusen.
IE BRCN'S
FOR F.IinF.R REX.
Thi.4 remrily- being; is.
jeeted directly ta tbe
f-eat 0t thQe diseanea
f the enit-t rloary
) change r diet. Care
IHranirri a is a
days. Hnsall ploiai pwk.
Acre, by mall, St. 09,
tMld osUy by
A. J. KOM. Poorth Averne Drue 8ton anla
ut.nl, hutk Isjuiu, IU,
Keww -
WRIGHT & BKRBER
1619 SECOND TVENTJI2.
WASTED.
ir.NTi:n-A roMi'KTr.XT uiki. at ia
seeollti aveu'je.
ta:ti'! a niMxc rM i:iul at
,TANTI.l- HIM. FX..R CENTRAL HOUSK
work ;il 1M- hourth aveniiC.
TANTKTJ A HOY WITH SOME EXI'llit-
leiice in t-'roecry ork. is ecuiiil an--
TA:ti:d-. coii-ctent o!i;i. as
U at 1'14 Seeouii iivenue. Kcfcreaecs
r:'iuirt'ii.
TAXTFn-TOREXr AX 8 OH IO KiMJM
modern bouse May I or before. Address
x Aiu.rsoitice.
i7Axri-A fi'rxisheu i;.m. hv a
yoinii; num. in central location. Ail
cln -.- .. aKi.cs.
AXAXT!:i-A
C'OMl'KTEXT CIRL KOI
t housework.
liKtuiru ut lr. 1'eSilvas
enue.
r A XT EH i iR AT 6 l'KK t TNT
n:i.l real esiaie sceiiritv. Aihin.ss
lu x :s.i. ijoek land. Ill
XlANTEn-ltOARHKRS: CHOICE ROOMS
' T ard b.iard. with all modern conven
iences, X'0 Fourth avenue.
y.NTi:i- house Axn
. elea-ir. done reasonalily
Clurk-s Miller. 311 Tenth street.
CAiinvr
I'y Mrs.
ATTANTED-A RESPKCTAHI.E MII!LE
sired lady for housekeeper in small fam
ily. AflurtssZ.care ot TiiAki.cs
"y.XTr.l -- Irt CAXVASSEKS. COOK
money to the richl men. Ism t iiunf if
you don t a am to work. Isn SR-eo:id avenue.
r.XTKI) -THREE OK FOUR 1'Xi'l liv.
' ished rooms for li-'lit hnust-keeiiliii.'.
"is! be li.u I doHii airs. Address C C, eare
A U'.l's.
117 AX TEH-TWO t'Ol.LEI TORS A NI)
f salesmen. Ooodjiay. In'tii:-e at u:tie
of the Sinu-er Manufaeluriui; eouinanv. l'.r.'s
Foi;r:li avenue.
I r A NTEi GOODS TO STORE IN CHEAP,
T cieiB srd libt siorape rooms, with els
rtor at 1 Sedond avenue. Johnny Jones.
fto rings on 1347.
T A XT Ei ) A FI.sCE FOR TAKINC
eare of children and doini; IL'UI liouse
v,'i l; hv a neal youim uirl. lmiuiro at ;BI
tL;!nh-aud a-li..lf iueiiue.
VfAXTE0 - SITUATIOX I1Y A YOTTMi
T colored man experience! in linu l busi
ness: U iutelln'cnt and inilustri jus. In-si of
rereiciiecs furnished. Address -ij. 11.," Ak
.l s.
TAXT1'D A (1IL FOR GENERAL
r lious-work in faimlv of two. (ioisl
waes paid to ca-ialile person. Apply Min.
M. M. Siui-'-'con. KU.t Niueteenlh sttct. t all
Dei een the hours of V-i and
T A XTFI REI.I A ULE MEN T3 TACK
up advertising hiuns- tliSO weekly:
steady work. Send 10 cents for postaec. sam
ple. e:c. Votin:; Medicine company, 2i& North
Colorado street. 1'UUadelphia. l'a.
irANTi:D-Ai;ENTS TO SELL THE FBI,
m ler fruit hulier. It hulls strawberries,
curranis, etc No cupsor holes to fill up, saves
time and labor, perfeet In operation, endorsed
by all uslntr them. Sample UM: one dozen 10
eenic. Uein Supply company, Dept. 15, Station
O. ChiuKO.
f ANTED -EX( : AfiEMEXTS TO PLAY
or dances by . I. J. Haker (wiih Otto's
men), who Kiiarantets itoikI music. Ilenrv
Wt-hlinif. prompter. ALso furnish violin and
biano music. No. ;tW Seventeenth street. Vel
phone :i on i:;il. .
FOK SALE.
"POR SALE FIVE ACRES FOR SALE
-a. cheap. rear town. Oordon & Bowman.
FOR SALE ONE OK THE
roadsters In the luree cities.
ohu (illiaeili r-
FASTEST
huuimrv of
Iiloit SALE-A SET OF CARI'ENTUR S
t'sils very reasonable. Mrs. J.Outekunst.
uJi Fifteenth street.
EVi: SALEREAL ESTATE NOW EARN
A. inif 10 per cent on the m vesta ect. In
quire of Thomas Smart, 715 Third avenue.
FOR SALE -THE REAR PART OF L.
Simon's house. Inquire of Simon A M'r
feider or Hudson A Parker, corner Kir t ave
nne aLd Seventeenth stree'.
VOR SALIi-asj-AUIUi FARM: ROCK ISIy
A and county: i-JS per acre: will take part
trade in a small farm, or other real'. v. W.
Ci.vi -sen. Ihtvenport. Iowx
SALE LOT SOUTHEAST CORNER
-1- Twenty-second street and Ninth avenue:
65 foot front, will sell on easy terms. Ad
dress T. J. Halpin, 6uv Main street, St. Louis.
Mo.
LfHJK SALE COAL IN ANY QUANTITY
A. of So bushels or over at li.&O per ton, de
livered c. O. U. to apy part of the olty. Leave
orders at Commercial bouae barber shop, Rook
Isiacd, or Eaos Jame.-, M:!an.
L OR SALE A RESIIlUNfK (IK SEVIA'
A . nwtus well aprsiiuted. with ni'Miem eon
viyiienees. A irojrd bKraiion for a puysieian
or comfortable home for a busincs man.
liood yard, and convnier:t tostreet cars. Ad
dress (j. s:. Tub Abocs.
FOR SALE WELL ESTABLISHED Busi
ness: doior abot ti" ow per annum; lo
cated on tbe most prnmineLl corner in the
city of San Ant'wio: I 0"j ears pars the store
evry day: one-third lirat-cla- farmirif lands
in M amri or Kansas, balance cash or ltf
ruivalenl. Address CoL J. A. Hrxl.cy, 6054
E Houston street, San Antonio, Ttx.
You Can Bank on Our
That is just the kind of a shoe we
sell you can bank on it every time.
When there is a run on the bank, it is
because there is something the mat
ter with its credit; there is a run on
our shoe because there is nothing the
matter with its credit, for it happens
to be the most creditable kind of a
shoe. You can buy no other kind of
a shoe that begins to match it for the
money, and the wear and tear it will
stand would surprise a champion six
day walker.
FOR SALE.
IjW. SALE-SIX LOTS NEAR T01VX fcOO
cicU. Gordon a. Uowmsn.
Tnoit RjvT.E-Tvr snrrnrASf fYtnvirn
I J? Twetitr-thinl street and NinLh avfti.i s.i
j foot front. WillsoKon essy tern's. Aduress
T. J. Halpin, M Main street, St. Louis, iio.
I liXrn SALE A XEAT OFFICE CAHIXET
I - with sliout tiOd nVrent sliil. suitable for
. lillnr iek':il blanks or n. description of paocrs
in nai loira to ne Kept ia npe ir wrttng.
A coxrrebeusive ntl Connected. Just the
fiing for nnr o(Ile with nontrsnts. etc., to
l..e. Address n. E C. cure of TllK A Hues.
FOlt RENT.
Ioi; KKNT-NK'EI.V Fl ll.'ISHW !: HJ
- al iiij avenue.
li'l II! l.'EXT A NICELY FCRXISHED
I- roori at 1901 Tliitd avenue.
FOR RENT TllE STORE ROOM AT 1M0
Third avenue. Apply V. Luuber.
ITIOil REXT-A NICE InROOM COTTAGE
. in South Rock Island. W. C. Mauckcr.
1rol RKXT-XK E ROOMS FR LIflHT
housekecpinsr. I12U Siiietecnih street.
""OR REXT BOrSE AT FOOT OFMOI.INE
X avenue and Twenty-third street. Apply
at T3u Nineteenth.
IOit REXT - EIGHT K03M HOUSE,
Thirteenth street and Seoond avenue.
Rentf'w Apply to E Ii. btailord at Jackson
4 Hurst's ol'.ice.
Foi: i:::nt-i:k;ht room house rnt
naee heal. UKNlern 'niprovenienis. vzt
Tueniictb street. Rent. iV Apply to Hvi-s
&. 1'le.ivelaiid. lien-stou iilock.
IpOR SALE A NCMRER OP VACANT
lots in Sinnefs addition: very ecr.trsj;
aithin easy reach of the government ar-enal,
most of the lar-e shons in Moline and the
roiiDdliou.sc ol Uin C'hicaco. R-ck Island & I'a
citic rtilroad. Anyone nv,n; the ready cssh
can buy one or all ot them at a baicaln. A lso
a tew collates. Apply W F. M. biunet,
Filth avenue.
MISCELLANEOUS.
JOST-A ITRSH UONTAINIMl ftn.
i r iiider please rcturu to this otttce and rc
eive reward.
INSTRUCTION GIVEN ON VIOIJN. CALL
1 or address. M. Florence Chamberlin, lol.i
-e-oiai avenue.
TR1TE TO FULTON k YEAGLRY,
Denton. Tex., if you have aoeounts,
notes or judirments vs. Texas parties that you
desire sealed or compromised.
GENTS OUTFIT FREE
vo ' i pit 1 1
1
iieenisi exiier en, iw,t hm.iv .,. ..v.
elusive territory. Our own make of safes,
desks and hicveles seil at sit-ht. Cnvnr coun
try. New auents uetuallv eettinn rich, so can
you. on" au-ent. one day cleared .!. and lirst
month liL liaker Safe t o I l.i. ... ... in
j 1 lept. S-.
ll "t-lii WEEIvLY. FIVE SALESMEN
1 1 ft wanted for our new patented
lll-cerit nnsumf.rH' kninla onl. k..i.
sala to ell at siuht to every store and harlier
snop. cia-T wcesiy salary oy contract.
Stud for particulars and II value sainp.es only
-"n cents: .S value l : f IJ only . Money order.
Uivennort Consumers' Manufacturing com
pany, Davenport, Iowa.
WANTED TO IA)AN MONEY OM DIA
IT inoads, watohM, Jewelry, hardware,
ffiuftlaal lnnlrjniinta htAvMljM lnki.. am
- w.u.wwv W.V.UM, J
roods, furniture, etc Hlehest easb prloes
cam r woona nana foods of an ainos also.
The above goods for sale at half tbe usual
s ore prices, a U baalneas tranaactlixia strioy
confldet.tiaL His new number and looatlon.
list SeoAnd Avenue. Ttnat forget it. J W
Jones. Two rfns-s on 1347.
GENTS WANTED - MCRAT H A I
m-ca" a irreat war hook, -our Country in
nr. All iiistut Uuba. Spain. Maine disaster.
ai nues. navies and coast defenses of United
rsiafes. iunianu all nations Uver.SnO paxes.
ma.'niuceoi luualrationa. One ai-cnt told Mi
inoneaay:oihersniakinr W per dav. Most
liberal terms Kuaranteed. 40 day credit, price
ion mifcut iiu. jianuxime outlit free.
Send 12 Scent fctsmns to Bav nnstaee I'd
ucatloual Union, i.'l Uearbornstrect. Chicago.
li'llM-Tl.A SET. LADIES. SENII US
A your full address, plainiv arht-n. and e
a ill express you ,aof our sa eei ami .. ,1..10
Arabian iVrfumo paekels llu pnader form. Ifi
se.-ut t-lovev bandkerehiefs. clot bins.', ete ) to
si n amour mends at 111 e.-nts e: li. When
S4ild. remit us the monev faf ler dedne'iny ex-p.-ss
charges) and ae will send von for vour
tioin.iea lovelv deeorated lUirlish tea set of
.Vi pieees (full sie for familv Use). Eaeh set
is artistically dceoraied in colors, lastefui leaf
and flower pattern. The shapes are of latest
st vie. whleh every lady a id appreciate. in!er
at once and name nearest express office. Ad
dress. rat.laa Perfume company, llridc
a a'.er. Conn.
We have the Best Equipped
Repair Shop in the west
FOR
BICYCLE REPAIRING
And all kinds of job work. . We a! so
carry ft complete line of guns acd
Dicvcle sundries.
JOHN KOCH.
218 Seveoteenth'St. Market Square.
Shoes.
Good wine? and liquor arj today mora
widely, and happily, more wi y used than
at any time In the world's history. The
causeof it Is the recognition of it beneUts
to th humm system. II an U provlrg by
experience its proper uses, and all mus.
concede pure liijuors proven, diseases and
lielp rest ire Its ravages. W I've and wh'sky
are a healthful itimu'ant to the mental aa t
moral actlviti.-. Without bodily health
you tre no factor in the world's forces.
You may know that you can secure always
the purest ami always the cieartest in any
(inv.tity yon hut require a, our stoie, the
only wholesale house in the city dispejwh'f
icoods direct to the consumer. Unr t perlal
tles are TO SAVE YOU MONEY" and
give you pure and unadulterated j ds.
Open eveilrgs until 10 o'clock.
McCoy's New European Hotel
CCR. CLARK AND VAI IUREI STS.
ChlCAGO.
r -iChffft?3 I 'SWt kTSsl
riRE PROOF.
Ooe bloi k Irom C It. I. A P. aisid
L. S. a K. II tilroa aasU
Improvements cnstmi; f7S,oc.oo have
just been cumplcted, and the house now
oilers every convenience to be found in any
hotel, including hot and cold water, electric
lie ht and steam beat in every room. -
Pates 75 cents per day and upwards.
First class restaurant in connection.
WILLIAM VicCOV, Owner aid Proprietor.
i i aatot
t a BBSf
M rmr Uowu ana Ucxt It AatwM.
Reldy Bros.
Real Estate.
Insurance and Loans.
doom 4, Mitchell t Ljnde b'og.
Telophone 1003.
REMOVAL.
GET TUB BEST
P.umbfog,
Heating,
Gas Fitting,
iemtx Pips.
An Work Guaranteed. .
Qoaenfleld BrcsM
1631 TIIIBD AVESUX
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