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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1893.
-THE ARGUS. Publinhed Dally and Weekly at 1C4 Second Arenue, Bock bland, DL (Entered at the Poatofflee a Second-class matter. IN THE NAME OW J. W. POTTER. TERMS Dally, 10 eenti per week. Weekly, HOO per annum; In advance II .to. j f All communication of political or argumen I tatlTe character, political or religious, must hare real name attached for publication. No aucb article will be printed over, fictitious ' aaturea Correnpondence aollolted from every town hip m Bock bland county. Satikdat, Mat 7, 1898. IN HOC SIGNO VINCES- Democratic Congressional Coowentlon. Public notice is hereby given that a demo cratic convention Is ealled to meet at the oourt house In the city of Rock Island, Illinois, at 12 o'clock noon of the 15th day -of June A. D.. 1M, for the purpose of nominat ing a democratic candidate for the office of repress ta lire for the Tenth Congressional district, and to transact any other business that may eome before said convention. The basis of representation at such conven tion shall be one delegate for each two hun dred (W0) and excess of one hundred or more democratic votes east for Bryan and Bewail la the election of IBM. The number of dele gates allotted to each oounty In said Tenth Congressional district Is as follows, to-wit: Mercer It Hoek Island. a Whiteside M Knot 17 Htark I Kenry 15 C Total "so County conventions in said Tenth Congres sional district will govern themselves accord ingly. A. D. BCMmo, Rock Island, m. R. B. Hisius, Cambridge, 111. Gaoaas u Earns, Aledo, IU. D. W. Rom, La Fayette, 111. C. 0. Cbaio. Galesburg, I1L Qaoaos Baasan, Fulton, I1L Committee. Democratic County Convention All democratic voters and those wbo favor the Chicago platf oi m, are requested to send delegates to a county convention to be held at the court house In the city of Rock Island on the 2Bth day of May, im, at I o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing 23 delegates to the democratic congres sional convention, and to select 23 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 candidates for county officers, ludxe, clerk, sheriff, treasurer and superintendent of schools; also to select a chairman of county central committee. The representation will be one delegate for each 'JS votes, and one additional for every major fraction thereof in each ward of the cities, town or voting precinct of the county at the presidential election of ItW for Bryan and sewaii. The caucuses are advised to be held Friday, May in, isw, at a o'clock p m.. In Rock Island and Moline, South Rock Island and South Mo line. Ulack Hawk. Cool Valley. Port Byron and Cordova, and In all other towns at t p.m. of the same day. At caucuses in each ward of the cities and voting preoinct of towns those present should select a precinct chairman to be ei-omclo a member of the county central committee. The representation shall be as follows: Andalusia 61 How Hug as Buffalo Prnlre I en Black Hawk Coal Valley M Cordova 7ft Coe S3 Canoe Creek 30 Iury 106 Kdtrtagtnn Ktrst precinct Kg Second preclnot 41 Hampton Klrsl precinct 91 Second nrrninct 71 -mini precinct Mollne Klrat ward Second ward., Third ward Fourth ward... Fifth ward Sixth ward...., Seventh ward. ease sees essee 61 167 210 1M 138 211 117 South Mollne... ............ .ID 337 noes island First ward. ISO Second ward.... 246 Third ward gm Fourth ward.... ....IMS Fifth ward....... 240 Sixth ward 240 Seventh ward gis Rural .....,., , M FortHyron '',', 66 South Rock klimd. l7 Zuma 78 urand total. Iga tmiw at BUMine, April It, l(W , W. R Moons. Chairman County Central Committee. M. J. MrKMlRT . Secretary County Central Committee. A aoowaeeaaeata. I hereby annowooc myself a g candidate for the offlce f county supcrtateadsnt of schools, subject to the decision of the demo- eratlo county ticaveatlo. D. W. Mattxxws. The undersigned wishes to announce him self candidate for the democratic nomine tloe for sheriff of Rock Island county, and so licits the support oi us mends. Burrow DAT Aeaulestiiff to the requests of a number of say friends, I hereby announce myaUt a candi date for the shrievalty aominstion, subject to the deckdoa of the democratic county con Tcattoav a. u. HUBsiao. " I hereby announce myself a candidate for the offlce of shsrlg ct Rock Island county, sub ject to the decJswt of the democratic county convention. M. M. Baioos. Tlaldlog to tM wishes of my Mends 1 have ana aind to ssoom a candidate for Us d em oeratle etrtnlnUM for sheriff subject to the deehuoa Of the democratic county convention. C. W. Vacua. ins flaianalnan1 an bscoma a aaadldata tor the desaoeratto aomfaatioa for county sv p si ansa il sal of seooois, I hereby solicit the support of my f rfends toosing to that end. 0. L Aooitow, I hereby anaounce myself as a candidate or the demoecaUe nomination tor eooaty supcrlnteodeatof schools, subject to thede- i of IM demoeraue oounty wouTeauoa. cmABxas c. ivnu, la aecordaaee wltk the wishes of slumber i of awumbcr My, I thereby ef my fricads Uroughout Ue coaaty, I announce my eaadldaey for the county treaa- uryahlp nomination, subject to the win of toe democratic convention. C. U. Cotstb. I hereby announce tnyaelf a candidate for the nomination for the offlce of county treas urer, subject to the decision of the Democratic county convention. Adam Stacm. To the delegates of the democratic conven tion for the nomination of candidates for county office at the coming November elec tion: Gentlemen After a yean' successful teaching aa principal of graded schools, and having oeen chosen by the democrat in other counties at two different time a nominee for the offlce of county superintendent of schools. hope yon will not think me too presumptuous Basing sucn nomination at your hands. which I do. Respectfully, W. H. Shkbmav. Yes, guess we'll have a Dewey day. Havana is Alnhonso's solar plot us.' Wait for your Uncle Samuel's knock out blow. The first thinjj Charlpv Searle knows he will be credited with as con stant use of the typewriter as (Jen. Wevler. Of the 42 largest cities in Japan, ranging in 'imputation from 1.380,000 down to 26.000, 24 have electric light- in'' systems. The wife of -Fighting Bob" Evans has a husband, brother and son on the warships that are scouring the Atlantic for the enemy. Hon. William E. Mason, United States senator from Illinois, wanted war, and now we have it. But what has become of Mason? Peoria Jour nal. The withdrawal of Henry county's congressional candidate mat' be taken Dy in nee as meaning anything but Hand's off the delegation that may be selected from that county. THAT Dewev affair, if reference to it may be again made, seems to have put a dampener on the war from the Span ish point of view, notwithstanding that nuite a wave of heat came bv wav ui reaction. Is Chicago they are wearing badges oi patriotic colors bearing this inscrip turn: Dewey Remember the Maine? Well We Guess We Do. - So Do Spain. Now that Henrv county's conpres- ... r sionai candidate has been prevailed uiMMt, who will 1k the next republican of laudable ambition to fall by the wayside? Will it be our own ambi tious Charley? If Congressman Prince does not come in out of the woods pretty soon he will be obliged to take a week off to read up in order to learn what con gress is doing in these days of public suspense anil excitement. Gkokge W. Pkince. of Galesburnr. is evidently seeking to impress -upon the people of this county what the ad. vantages are oi naving a congressman at Washington who is able to come i t . i uouie ami see mem during war times The last naval battle of any consc quence in which the Spaniards were victorious was the one at Jeiianto. Greece, and it occurred more than three hundred years ago. It will 1k about the same number of years or more before they are victorious again. FRANCE has been shown that the United States is always fair and Is just as willing to release property taken inrougn error as to prevent and cnecu invasion unon her rnrhts France, as well as other countries must understand that -the United States has a business like way of do ing all things, in times of war. as in :... ... The Chicago Tribune, the leading and most widely circulated republican paper in the state, gives up-the tight for the general assembly, and declares that it is '-impossible for therepubh cans to elect a majority of the mem bers of the legislature this fall." The Tribune has correctly sized tin the situation, and is honest enough to con fess the truth. The students of Yale are proud of tne Tessei named alter the university . . ... . Ever since it was decided that the Atlantic fiver was to be named after their college the students of Yale have been busy raising a fundto purchase a gift for the boat. At present more than 9 3.000 has been contributed by graduates and students. It was firs't proposed to buv a silver set for the cruiser's cabin, but it thmin-tit that something serviceable woulif be more acceptable, and so the two guns will be bought. They will cost ove r TT for 33 7 NATfS of the Globe for RHEUMATISM BEBIlRNEDICULUS ur3u. nuaeat pbrslcianst na RiruTTD'e AIIUIIUli " IN EXPELLER Only r-nitln with trade Mark A actor." r. id. Heater CO., t li rcarlSU, Sew lark. 31 KiEHEST ATTARDS. 13 Bread Hovsu. Own Ql&nvarln. HAMI rtM femlortWd a. rVMnimmulnl Ka .Marshall t Fisher, 1S28 2d Av To Jin Bengatoo, 1700 24 A DR. SHCHTtR i I "ajfCHOBt RTOXACIIAt. M 5.000. Simple inscriptions on brass will show whence they came. They are to be mounted forward. Literary The complete novel in the May issue of Lippincott's is "The Uni called,'" by the coloaed poet. Paul Laurence Dunliar. Though under stood to be his first essay in extended fiction, it is an extremely strong and thoroughly readable story. The scene is laid in a small Ohio town: the hero is a youth of the humblest origin, who is forced into the ministry and works his wav out of it. "Xo. 87,617 Colt." bv George Brvdges Rodnev, recounts the experiences of a small party of Americans in Cuba durins a former insurrection. Theodore Gallagher describes one phase of a wild western town in "Election at Cavote." Both are' stirring tales. Women's Work and Wages" are dis cussed by Eleanore Whiting, who claims that matrimony is the most appropri ate and profitable business for women in general, and that they had better not attempt direct wage-earning. This highly conservative position she detenus by an array of facts and argu ments. Lr. Charles C. Abliott has a brief paper on "Blunders in Bird Xesting." meaning those of the birds. James Weir, Jr., writes on "The Fac ulty of Comnutino- in Animals." and William S. Walsh inquires. "Do Ani mals Drink? He replies that thev do, on occasion, and liecome intoxi cated like their betters. The wavs of The Indian Afoot," and his extra ordinary abilities as a pedestrian, are set forth bv William 1 row bridge Lamed. By "The Sacred Flower' Marvin Dana means the rose. "Peo ple-in-Law" form the subject of : little essay by Alan Cameron. Frank G. Carienter deals with "The Book- Loves of statesmen l. e.. some of them. "The Literature of Japan" is briefly discussed bv Joslyu Z. Smith The poetry of the nuinlier is by Flor ence Kaclelitle, Urace i. Penny packer ami Le rairchiia. "Biggest tthow tept One." A circus was coming to town and cv ery barn and every fence within a radiul oi 60 miles or so had been billed with the usual lvrid circus announcements. An old tims darky and a young yellow "dude" were gazing at the bills and wondering. "fiarnum and Bailey's cirens. The biggest show on earth," read the youngster. "What what's dat?" asked the old time darky, pricking up his ears. The other read again the legend of tne show bills. "You don' know what you is talking about, nigger. Dat show kain' touch John Robinson's. He useter cum fro here and dat was a show wnth seein Dat was the bigges' show on dis earf, sho nuff. " The old man had evidently not been to a circus for many years. The darkies swear by John Robinson throughout the south, anyway. "Read it for yourself, then," said the duda "I tell you that thing says this is the biggest show on earth." The old man proceeded to spell out the big letters. He waded through "Earnnm and Bailey," and after a rest began on the remainder of the sentence "B-i-g-g-e-s-t s h o w o-n e-a-r-t-h, S-c-p-t. !." "I knowed itl I knowed it!" shouted the old man, jumping up and down in bia glee. " 'Do bigges show, 'cept one,' and dat one was John Robin ton's." Washington Post The Effect of Drink. Senator vest has a favorite story which he has told on the occasion of many a political speech, but, so far as known, never on the floor of the United States senate. "A temperance lecturer was strug gling against odds in Kentucky," says the senator. "He was talking to a not very large audience that had been drawn to the ball by curiosity. 'The effect. of alcohol is to shorten life,' said the lecturer. "An old man at the rear of the hall rose at that juncture and said, 'You're a liar.' "'Why?' inquired the advocate of Adam's ale. '"Because, sir, I've been drinking for 75 years, and I'm 90 and am likely to live to be 100. I am strong enough to lick you if you 11 step outside.' " 'on, no doubt, sir! You're an ex caption, sir. If you keep on drinking' The lecturer paused. "'What?' asked the impatient old toper. " 'If yon keep on drinking, you'll have to be shot on judgment day.' " St Louis Globe-Democrat A Clever Trick. It certainly looks like it, but there is really no trick about it. Anybody can try it who has lame lack and weaK Kidneys, malaria or nervous troubles. We mean he can cure him self right away by taking Electric Bitters. This medicine tones up the whole system, acts as a stimulant to the liver and kidneys, is a blood puri fier and nerve tonic. It cures consti pation, headache, fainting spells sleeplessness and melancholy. It purely vegetable, a mild laxative, am restores the svstem to its natural vigor. Try Electric Bitters and be convinced that they are a miracle worker. Every bottle guaranteed Only 50 cents a" bottle at Hartz & Ul lemeyer s drug store. sudden attack of croup if von don have Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil on hand for the emergency. Sold by Marshall & Fisher. Subscribe for The Aegcs. OTORXA. rite IM tw fanshrm BtsfM Manila A Smiling Faces Sweet Greetings that Keep the Home Happy. ttl8 Hard to Smile When the Body Is Racked With Pain. tile head throbhinir nn4 th hndvla full nf pain. Tbe thing to do is to rid yourself of the acr.es ana pains, ana Mun yon will help yoa da it. The Man von Homeo nathic Home Remedies, made np of discoveries and combinations in medicine, are t veritable boon to mankind. The world is rapidly beinff converted by truth and evi dence, and soon the Manyon school of med icine will be accepted and recognized as the onlv school that is safe and sare. Here's m-oof. Willvou study it? lr. John R. Darllnr. TVlr Marlon County. Ind.. savs: " Until a. few weeks ago I suffered very severely with pleu risy and catarrh. I tried several kinds of treatment, but cot no better. I felt that my lungs were affected. Three weeks treatment under the Munyon system and I felt like a new man. In one week the pleurisy had all left me, and I am now almost rid of the catarrh. Munyon's Remedies are wonderful. Mun von has a separate care for each disease For sale by drnirRists, mostly s cents a bottle If in doubt write to Professor Mnnyon at Philadelphia, Pa., and get medical advice free. Our- Soda Fountain Opening fjayuaWiaVy KRELL & MATH Wish to announce to the public that their SODA FOUNTAIN is running with all the latest cooling drinks. ICE CREAM SODA and ORANGE and LEMON PHOSPHATES are our specialties, and we shall at all times endeavor to keep the best and purest Fruit Syrups and CRUSHED FRUITS to'serve with our Soda. We serve pure RICH CREAM with every glass of Soda at 5c a glass. KRELL & MATH Our Wild Cherry Phosphate is a regular Thirst Quencher. Try a glass. Phone WiS. 1716-1718 Second Avenue Qur Banner Bears the motto, "Coolness for AH."1 It's our Soda sa lute, tired not with guns, but with foam. There's bound to be a hot time before the Septemlx-r equinox, and our fountain of delicious drinks w ill bring relief to Old Sol's victims. Keep cool and help to keep others cool in this summery encounter between nickels and prespiratien. It's having a summer resort at home to meet at our foun tain. (White Palace of Sweets. "life i.. 4ii i i mint w la 1 I WRIGHT & BKRBER 1619 SECOND ."VTEITTJE WANTED. WANTED A DINING POOM CIRL AT tbe Uelmonico restaurant. WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE work at 1812 Fourth avenue. w ANTED A BOY WITH SOME EXPER- lence in irrocery work. 61f Second uve- WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL bOUsework. ADDlv at TfU Kvnlinth street. WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL AS cook at VII Second avenue. References required. WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL AS cook at V14 Second avenue. References ruired. WANTED TO RENT AN 8 OR 10-ROOM modern house stay 1 or before. Address x Abuds office. WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR nouMework. liiuuire ill Dr. lto-mivu'u sevemn avenue. WANTED-fc!.V OR W.00O AT S PERCENT asn II rcsi.1 auIuia uiuiuvitn idjlu box 385. Uock Island. Ill TANTED BOARD FRS: CHOICE ROOMS t ana ooara. with au modern conven lences, 2X Fourth avenue. TTANTED A RESPECTABLE MIDDLE- m airea laov rorbouMkMnp in KtnAii ram. Ily. Address 7care of Tbe a ho us. WANTED - 10 CANVASSERS. GOOD money to tbe rltrbt men. Don't come if you aim t want to work, lull Second avenue. WA NTED THREE OR FOUR UNFURN ixhed riHms for liirht hoiilipninir niusi ne pun uown siuirs. Aonress u. c, care A IK. VS. TTT ANTED TWO mi.t.PrTnRa avu WW ttulAumAI, !,Uu1 mm Tn.mi.n ... oi tne pinxer m;inuiuotunni? company, 1K ivuiiu n. due 117 ANTED GOODS TO STORE IN CHEAP, i w wean ana urns storaee rooms, with aia- rator at 18S9 Second awenua. Johnnw Jonaa. a wu miss vu ioi. TyANTED-A PLACE FOR TAKING ' - . vans oi t'ouurea ana uoing iiKnt nouse work bv a neat vounir irirl. Immire ai vKU Eightb-and a-balf avenue. WANTED SITUATION BY A YOUNG colored man experienced in hotel busi ness: is Intelligent and Industrious, best of references furnished. Address "M. H.." Alt ers. WANTED RELIABLE MEN T3 TACK steady work. Send 10 cents for postage, sam ple, etc. Young Medicine company, 84a North Colorado street, Philadelphia, Pa. WANTED AGENTS TO SELL THE FUL ler fruit huller. It hulls strawberries, currants, ete No cupsor holes to 011 up. saves time and labor, perfect in operation, endorsed by all using them. Sample lOo: one dozen 80 cents. Gem Supply company. Dent. 96, Station O, Chicago. - WANTED ENGAGEMENTS TO PLAY for dances by J. J. Baker (with Otto's men), who guarantees good music Henry ehling. prompter. Also furnish violin and falano music. No. 700 Seventeenth street, tel. phone S on 1311. FOR SALE. TjlOR SALE FIVE ACRES FOR - SALE A7 cheap. Near town. Gordon Bowman. FOR SALE ONE OF THE FASTEST roadsters in the three eitieft. F.nnuir nf John Oibweiler- TjVJR SALE-REAL ESTATE NOW EARN A- ing 10 per eent on tbe Investment. In 4uire of Thomas Smart, 7la Third avenue. Tj!OR SALE THE REAR PART OF L. A1 Simon's house. Inquire of Simon A Moh lelder or Hudson A Parker, corner First ave nne and Seventeenth street. FOR SALEA GOOD PAYING REST A U rmnt in a nelehborinir ltv. wli irw.mtn and making money. Good reason for selling. a acres i or inquire at this office. "CKR SALE 3SS-ACRE FARM: ROCK ISL--aJ and county; fc!S Der acre: will take Dart trade in a small farm, or other realty. W. tuunu, iwvcnport, iowa TjlOR SALE LOT SOUTHEAST CORNER J- Twentv-aenond street and Ninth avenue: ffi foot front. Will sell oa easy senna. Ad dress T. 1. Halpia, to Maui ureet, St. Louis Ma TjX)B SALE-COUNTERS. SHELVES. X show cases and goods of a eandv. cigar and notion store, all for 160. A big bargain. A U to be taken away. Call at 1110 Third ave nue. CX SALE COAL IN AWT QUANTITY A- of to bushels or over at K M per ton, de livered C, O. D. to any part of the olty. Leave orders at OiBanMretai brnisa bssgSBOV, Book Island, or Eoos James, Milan. TTV3R 8 ALE WELL ESTABLISHED BUSI A7 ness; doing about 130 000 per annum; lo cated on the most prominent corner la the city of Saa Antonio; 1 .000 ears pass the store every day: oee-tbirw Bnvelass farming lands In Musuuri or Kansas, balance eaab or Its equivalent. Address CoL J. A. Hradley. KE4 E- Houston street, Saa Antonio, Tex. F, 18 SALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET itH .kwm aft A,m -ii - . fUing legal blacks or aay deaorlpUoa at papers in flat tons to be kept fa hapa for writing. A oonrehvaalva lades connactcd. Jast tb thing tor aay oAea wltk eootraras, ete.. t fiha, AMrass H. E. C., sare of Tas Aava. You Can Bank on Our That is just the kind of a shoe we sell you can bank on it tvery time. When there is a run on the bank, it is because there is something the mit ter with its credit; there is a r jn on our shos 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 wiil stand would surprise a champion six day walker. FOB SALE. "C10R SALE SIX LOTS NEAR TOWN 1300 each. Gordon ft Bowman. T310R SALE-LOT SOUTHEAST CORNER -- Twenty-tbird street and Ninth avenue; si foot front. Will sell on esy terms. Address T. J. Hatpin, SOW Main street, St. Loula. Mo. FOR SALE A RESIDENCE OF SEVEN rooms: well appointed, with modern con veniences. A khx1 location for a pbyslcian or com fort a We home for a business man. Good yard, and conv. nient to street cars. Ad dress G. 32, Thk Akucr. FOR RENT. TTKiR RENT NICELY FURNISHED ROOM A. ut IbJO Sixth mtnue. T?OR RENT A NICELY FURNISHED a: room at 1901 Third avenue. "CX)R RENT THE STORE ROOM AT 1810 A- Third avenue. Apply V. Dauber. RENT A NICE 5-ROOM COTTAGE in South Rock Inland. W. C. Mauoker. F OR RENT-NIC E ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeepimr. 1120 Nineteenth street. "ETOR RENT HOUSE AT FOOT OF MOLINE is avenue and Tweaty-third street. Apply at iau nweieentn. TJ10R RENT EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE FUR- -a.' mice heat, modern improreinents. Ml Twentieth street. Kent. 2. Apply to Hayes & Cleaveland. Bemrsum block. I?OR SALEA NUMBER OF VACANT lots in blnnefs addition: very central; within easy reach of the government ar enai, most of the laive shops in Moline and the roundhouse of the Chicago, Rock Island A Pa cific railroad. A nyone having the ready cash can buy one or all of them at a barirain. Also a few cottages. Apply to F. M. Slnnet, 4205 riita avenue. MISCELLANEOUS. INSTRUCTION GIVEN ON VIOLIN. CALL or address. M. Florence Chumberlin, 1015 aeconu avenue. XTRTTE TO FULTON 4 YEAGLEY. IT Denton. Tex., if yoa have aacoonta, notes or judnments vs. Texas parties tnat you ucvins wweu or numpromisea. SALESMAN WANTED ENERGETIC. RE sponsible mun to introduce tbe National v inaow cleaner brusn. rubber and pail com bined, in tbe city of Kock Island and surround ing territory. Good opportunity to right party. Address National Window Cleaner Co.. Dav toj, Ohio. AGENTS OUTFIT FREE; NO CAPITAL needed: exjierience not necessary, ex clusive territory. Our own make of safes, desks and bicycles sell at sight. City or coun try. New agents actually getting rich, so run you. tme agent, one day cleared M. and first month M72 Baker Safe Co., Chicago, Ili, Dept. S-6. d1 rr-2S WEEKLY. FIVE SALESMEN Pit wanted for our new patented 10-eent ronsumers' article. Only whole sale to sell at sight to every score and barber shop, lis 2S weekly salary by contract. Send for particulars and II value samples only 25 cents; 16 value II : lu only ti. Money order. Davenport Consumers' Manufacturing com pany, Davenport, Iowa. WANTED TO LOAN MONET ON DIA Bonds, watches. Jewelry hardware, mualeal Instruments, blew el ea. clothing, dry goods, furniture, eta. Hurhaat aaah nrtma paid for second hand foods of all kinds also. -The above foods for sale at bait the naual tore pnoee. a u Daameeatranaaetlooa strictly confidential His new namnrr and location, l2l beennd Avenue TViet forget It. i. W. Jones. Two rings on 1S47. AGENTS WANTED - MURAT HAL stesA's great war book. "Our Country in War." AU about Cuba. Spain. Maine disaster, armies, navies and coast defenses of United States. Spain and all nations. Over HUt pages, magnificent illustrations. One agent told hv In one day: others making cut per dav. Most liberal terms guaranteed. So dayi credit, price low freight paid. Handsome outfit frre. ocuu i -ccqv stamps to pay postage, Id ncatlonal Union, &S4 Dearborn street. Cbleaga FREE TEA SET. LADIES. SEND US your full adflress. plainly written, and we will express you 75 of our sweet and exiulsite Arabian Perfumo packets (in powder form, to scent cloves, faandkercbiefs. clothing. etc. to sell among friends at 10 cents ea-h. When sold, remit as the money f after deducting ex press charges! and we will send v for vour trouble a lovely decorated English tea set of U pieces (full size for family use). Eaeh set Is artistically decorated In colors, tasteful leaf and hower pattern. Tbe shapes are of latest style, which every lady will appreciate. Order at once and name nearest express office. Ad dress. Arabian Perfume company. Bridge water. Conn. We have the Best Equipped Repair Shop in the west FOR BICYCLE REPAIRING And till kinds of job work. We alio Carry completo lie of gum od bicjclc andrieft. JOHN KOCH. 218 toT-BUnta'at. ItokwiSqun. Shoes. Good wines and liquors are ttxla; ; : r widely, and happily, more wlse'y us .. f n-t at any time In the world's history. I t: cause of It is the recognition of It I , i to th human system. Man is prov 'y experience its pnper uses, and al. .in. concede pure liquors prevent dia- . :nl help rest ire Its ray ages. Wlneaud . '. !.y are a healthful stimulant to tbe met '. moral actlvitlts. Without bodily I; ;'i you are no ftor in the world's 1 : -s. Tou may know that you can secure . s tbe purest and always the cheapest i i -ny quantity yoi ro tv require at our sto-f. v.. a O'jly wholesale house in the city dis;- i' goods dlrwt to the consumer. Our w m tiesare4TOSA.VE YOU MONEY aad give yoa pure and unadulterated goi 's. Open evenings nntll 10 o'clock. McCoy's New European L'clel COR. GLARI ARD VAI BUREI STS ChlCAGO. 1 1 FIRE PROOF. One block from H, I. AV I, L. f. l HI. f. H illroa rp.. Imrrovements costing f7S,000.(i Law just been completed, and the bouv; i v.v offers every convenience to befounJ m ; r y hotel, including hot and cold water, rLitnt light and steam beat in every room. Kates 75 cents per day and upwar.: First class restaurant in connection WILLIAM McCOV, Owner ssa Prr-. r,- w-u i atDT f a xx:T sws rr Bom m But It iaw . fivldy Bros. Real Estate. Insurance and Lc:r4s. toom 4. Mitchell A Ljnl b'n. relephone 1003. REMOVAL GET THE BEST tlxuablng. Heating, Gas Fitting, Sewer Pipe. AH Work Ourutecd Ocsenncld Drca.. ltOf XHBD AVLLE I 4 , t 1 a " -