Newspaper Page Text
THE ARGtJS,-SATtTRDAT, JUNE 11, 1898.
PublHhed Dally and Weekly M ISM Second
Avenue, Rock Island. I1L Entered m the
Fostofflce m Second-das matter.
IX THE KAMI OF J. W. POTTEB.
TERMS Daily, 10 eeou per week. Weekly,
2.00 per annum; In advance II .&a
AU eammunlcatlona of political or argumen
tative character, political or religious, must
bare real name attached for publication. No
ucb artloie will be printed over fictitious sig
nature. Correspondence solicited from every town
ship In Rock Island county.
Saturday, June 11. 1898.
IN HOC SlGNO VINCES-
For Representative in the Oeneral Assembly.
KLMOKK W. HURST.
For County Jude w. C ALLKN
For County Clerk JOHN NORTON
For Sheriff a. D. HUKSINU
For Treasurer T. R. LEES
For County Supcrientenflent. .O. L A DDI TON
Democratic Congressional Convention.
Public notice la hereby given that a demo
crat Ic convention U called to me at the
court home in the city of Rook Island, Illinois,
at It o'clock boos of the 16th day -of
June A. D., 181. for the purpose of nominat
ing a democratic candidate for the office of
representative for the Tenth Congressional
dtstrtot, and to transact any other business
ihst may come before said convention.
The basis of representation at such conven
tion shall be one delegate for eaoh two hun
dred (WO) and ascessof one hundred or more
democratic votes east for Uryan and Bewail
In the election of lfiUB. The number of dele
gates allotted to each county In said Tenth
Congressional district la as follows, to-wlt:
rbwsk Island. "a
Cuuntv conventions In said Tenth Congres
slonIUltrlotwUl govtrn themselves accord
ingly. A. D. He mi no. Rock Island, I1L
K. II. lliKHiR, Cambridge, 111.
Coiroi H. Esmcs, Aledo, 111.
D. W. Rum, La Fayette. I1L
C G. Chain, Uslesburg, I1L
USOHOS IlAKMAU, Fulton, la
The miners lit ll.i.iltnii. Pa., arc
Mill ularvin. The cimi trust, it
Ki'fins, rccoiiri'iitni'lncH as well as
Siwim mmuiit ill ftmcrratulatiiiir
Vrvrr;i on tin sinking of the Meiri
inue. Sain ilnrsn't overlook an u-
POllllimv lit III' IiMIIIHll hroMHll't
The jhmijiU' nijiv Ik- all nt sea a te
tlur xailin of the transports with
-Aiutri'lcan troops, Imt mi, wrhaps.
arc the transports. So tin; fcclin.r of
mutual iiiti-rcst is not slist iii-ImmI anv-
The t'ninn is Wcoiiiiiijj thoroughly
ncont ili'tl to thtM-vils of n-iuilili?Mii-Ism.
In ilisrussin-;. thttimirr work
ings of its own party it can now refer
to "Mate inaeliiiic"'ainl "district ma
chine" without so much as Muslim-;.
It is about time for Wevler to exe
cute that "crowninjr achievement of
his military career" hv invailin the
VultvA States. Hut Wcyler.'" like
Hilly Mason, seems to have U'come
wonderfully quieted since the war has
The Chicago Inter Ocean savs:
The exclusion of (Jov. Tanner's jiie
ture from the hall in which the Cook
county republican convention met
was. and was designed to lie, an in
sult." That seems to have been
what it was intended to do.
The monometalists hold that vou
rannot legislate value into silver.
Legislation is an edict uf a superior
jmwer. Inciter jjave an edict that
wheat shouhl k w'orth a lot more
money than it was m-llin; for, and
he legislated value into it. The con
sumers are well aware of the fact.
The organ of ;(v. Tanner, the
Springfield Journal, having taken ex
ception to the organs of President
Mi Kinley. the Chicago Times-Herald
and Chicagts Tost, in the latter 's
luiom for Prince for governor, as
efths Clone for
""'" "a similar loapiuats,
CERH1N HE0IC1L LAWS
prassnMa By taiasat physicians
ttArls i mm. I D.l.-I.i - .. s
ftaala ( Tawa.- aVt a A a.
I. A4.UHitrrAta.,flilrari!MM.rw lers.
31 HIGHEST AWARDS.
13 Branch Houaa. Owa GlaanmrW.
tSAsacu. Ymliiiiml A iww".-i .
Marshall Fiaber.lse 2d A
ohn Bcn-ton. 1700 id
OR. ItlCKTrjfS "s"
'INfnOfi" STOMACHAL bast "o.
hitherto alluded to. the Rock Island feet upon our relations with other
Union has become farsighted enough nations which this new conscious
to see a rough house ahead for the ness of onr higher jwwers will pro
two machines, the state and district, duce? Mav we not expect that the
when they clash. Right yon are, old American people will demand greater .
'"J"' i and better things of their public ser-
. ., , I rants as they grasp the varieil power
Down at Camp Alrer a general or- ,f ,v, .i.':..i. , ,u:l
Uer has been issued which prohibits
ine tanos io piay "ine Mar bpangletl
Banner" or "America" in connection
with other music or as lisrht music.
The order allows them, however, to
play either of the pieces at the con
clusion of a program provided that it
is not paved as a medley. One of
the bandp hae been playing a jnedley
which was so arranged that the na
tional anthem was nienred into "Mr.
Johnson Turn Me Loose."
Evf.s the Fulton Journal, despite
its uncomfortable and prejudicial en
vironments, can see virtue in some
ieope who come from Rock Island,
as witness the following taken there
from, and which doubtless occasions
particular delight to the gentleman so
highly favored: "Hon. E. W. Hurst,
of Rock Island, is the democratic nom
inee for representative in the Thirty
third district. Mr. Hurst has served
in this capacity ln-fore. He ian able
man and there is nothing doubtful or
wishv-washv alwut his democracy."
Oxk of the latest and most import
ant military inventions of the jn-riod
is a jierfect and practical detonating
fuse for a shell loaded w ith high ex
plosives a thing sought in vain for
years by ordnance experts the world
over. The inventor, Lieut. Pierce, of
the military academy, has so far
completed his device, it is said, that
it mat- lie brought into operation dur
ing the war with Spain, unless, in.
deetl. Lieut. Pierce's projectiles should
Ikj deemed, like Holland's snlr-marine
Iniat, too dangerous to handle.
Moke than a million men and wom
en have had their wages reduced siuce
the election of "The Advance Aent
of Prosperity." Among the latest to
realize what the "sound money" vic
tory really meant are the '22't girl
employes of the Western Knitting
works" at Rochester. N. Y. A recen
dispatch from Rochester reported
riot, caused by a sweeping reduction
of their wages, the girls rotten-egging
the business manager who ad
vised the reduction, ami compelling
him to seek the sheriff's protection.
It is now announced that the pro
posed railroad to the navigable waters
of the Yukon's source will not lie built
before next year. The rush to the
Klondike region has apparently sub
sided, partly owing to the war. which
has diverted the energies of so many
of our young men to a different direc
tion, and partly to the great attrac
tions for gold hunters in South Africa.
Imt inasmuch as the wonderful Wit
waterstand is now yielding nearly
?.0iH).(K)0 per month. the loss of the
gold cxjiected from Alaska will not be
seriously felt in financial or commer
When (lov. Tanner returns home
and finds out that in his absence he
was most unmercifully set down on
by the Cook county convention, that
IhmIv not even permitting his picture
to lie displayed alongside of McKin
ley's, the atmosphere around the
stale house w ill be "blue" and "red
hot." The State Registeradviscs the
governor's apjMiintees to steer clear
of the executive office for several davs
after Tanner's return. The governor
will naturally think if he had been at
home things might have Ijccii differ
ent Springfield Register.
Lessons of the War. .
Rricf. comparatively shaking, as
has lieen our war with Spain so far,
it has nevertheless brought its les
sons and its truths. It has produced
but one imjMutant battle, yet it has
already taught in ways which can
never be forgotten a truth whose
recognition has woith ln-vond that of
any battle's material gain. These arc
suinmorized by the St. Louis Republic
in this manner:
"From Dewey's victory at
Kurojie, which has called us
of unwarlike shopkeccrs.
that Americans an- etpial
licst boasts of peculiarly
(copies in the warlike ijualities of
courage, coolness and inastcrv of wea-
jHins. The calm daring of the men
on the Winslow and Hudson, when
jwior Ragley met his death, was an
equally forcible, if not equally glori
ous, demonstration of the "highest
In more than one cable-cutting ex
ploit men and officers showed the
same calm bravery, joined to the
steady nerves which allow the work
of war to lie rapidly and skillfully per
formed under severe tire. During the
trip of the Oregon, stokers and" en
gineers vieil with line officers and
crew in the enthusiasm and sustained
head work which drove the magnifi
cent piece of American machinery to
the conclusion of a vovage unexain-
.1.1 ? .i . ..
ucn in an i ne nisiorv oi me navies.
bson's feat at Santiago exhibited a
daring that fir lie called h rfect.
Hut it cxhib.u.i something Utter
than willingness to venture into the
jaws of death: Hobson and his little
company showed that the American's
courage is in the head as well as in
u hether we hold Culia. Porto
is . . i
r.iio an.iiiie ihil.ppines. is a great
tiesiion in the worlds dmlomacv. 1
A far greater question has been set- J
tkil in full sight of a watching world Everybody's liable to itching piles.
America is a nation to lie reckoned Rieh and poor, old and young terri-
with on the topmost plane of moral. Me the torture they suffer. Onlv one
intellectual and military statesman- sure cure Doan's' Ointment. Abso-
ship Hen after, the American citi- lutely safe: can't fail. For sale bv
zen will have a new respect awaiting Marshall & Fisher.
him w hereVer he wanders. Who can"T
measure the effect upon our home ad-s l5oe,Toar Roweu trnh cascareta.
ministration-not to mention the ef- uLTcTZy.
PleDty to Do. '
"I thought you told me, Witson, that
w intended to do business just the
same after you bad moved into the sch
orls. I know yon have plenty, bat I
always thoogbt yon one of those men
who insist npon dying in the harness."
"Yon were right about it, my old
friend. I believe that it wonld be im
possible for me to avoid spending at
least two or three hours a day on
'change, but my time is completely tak
en op, and 1 haven't looked at a market
report for a month. ' i
"Wouldn't believe it if any one else
told me. How do you exist?"
"I'm having yonug trees set ont, get
ting a garden ready, snperiutending the
building of a barn, watching them pave
the street. and having a continued kick
with the assessors, who seem to think
that my property isv?orth all I paid for
"Yon'll soon have all that off your
hands. I was afraid yon might have
left os permanently."
"Oh, I've only commenced. I have a
Jersey cow, a pointer pap, a tandem,
two tSerkthire pigs and a kodak, be
sides" "Never miud. Tbo cow, the pup and
the kodak are enough. I'll just tell the
toys that it's all off, so far as trade
with you is concerned. Yon have three
fads tbet will keep yen busier than a
coon ia a Lee tree." Detroit Free
The Undertaker's Chairs.
"I see in tbo windows of undertak
ing shops," said Mr. Staybolt, "a pla
card which says that campstools and
folding chairs are to hire there, deliver
ed bv ex Dress wa&on. I infer from this
that chairs must be hired ont for other
than funeral purposes, for festive occa-
eious, in lacr, as indeed l lsnow oi no
reason why they should not be.
"But they must lead a varied life,
the chairs funeral one day and wed
ding, it may be, tbo uesL They know
when they start where they're going
that is, they know the nature of the oc
casion. They can tell that by the wag
on they go in. If when they are carried
out they find themselves pnt into the
black wagon of the undertaker, they
know it's a funeral they're going to. If
they am put into just n plain, ordinary
delivery wagou, they know that they
are going to a wedding or a party or
tome gathering of more or less gayety,
but they cannot tell what will happen
"Well, I don't know that there's
anything so very remarkable about this
after all. The experience of the chairs
is like that of the people who sit on
them. They have thoir days of smiles
and their days cf tears." New York
Austrian Intermit Ion Views.
Vienna. June 11. The government has
declined to initiate mediation between
the t'nlted States and Spain, as it wishes
to avf:id the appearance of making in
tervention peem only dynastic action
In the Interest of the queen regent,
which perhaps might Klve fatal offense.
Nevertheless n decided opinion is held
that the time for Intervention is near
at hard. ,
Before Von Ride Your Wheel
lie sure you shake into your shoes
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the
feet. It keeps your feet cool and
comfortable, prevents sweatin"; feet,
and makes your endurance ten fold
treater. Over 100.000 wheel people
are usinf Allen's Foot-Ease. They
all praise it. Ladies, insist on havinjj
it. It gives rest and comfort and
prevents smarting, hot, swollen ach
ing feet. At all druggists and shoe
stores, 25 cents. Sample free bv mail.
Address. Allen S. Olmsted, LcRov,
Suffered 37 Years With Kidney Disease.
(i. A. Stillson, a merchant of Tam
pico. Hi., writes: ' Foley's Kidney
Cure is meeting with wonderful suc
cess. It has cured some cases here that
physicians pronounced incurable. I
myself am able to testify to its
merits. My face today is" a living
picture of health, and Foley's Kidney
Cure has made it such. I had suffered
27 years with the disease, and todav
I feel 10 years younger than I did one
year ago. I can obtain some won
derful certificates of its medical qual
ities." For sale bv T. II. Thomas.
Piles! riles! riles!
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
will cure blind, bleeding and itching
piles when all other ointments have
failed. It absorbs the tnraors, allays
the itching at once, acts as a poultice,
gives instant relief. Dr. Williams'
Indian Pile Ointment is prepared only
for piles and iuhing of the private
parts, and nothing else. Every box
is warranted. Sold by druggists or
sent by mail on receipt of price, 50
cents and f 1 per box.
Williams MAsurAcnrRixG Co.,
Proprietors, Cleveland Ohio.
Sold by M. F. Jlahnscn, Druggist.
The largest sun dial in the world is
Hayou Horoo. a large promontory, ex
tending 8,000 feet above the X-mixn sea.
thi nnf.,;- i. -
-.-..o .uuuumm at luucurs tiiH nvflne a
circle of island which act as hour
Pain After Eating
Food Caused Intense Distress and
Medicines Failed to Relleve-
. Hood's Sarsaparilla Cured.
' For many years I have been a sufferer
from very severe stomach trouble, I could
tot eat without great pain in my stcaach.
Most of the time I bad no appet ite. I took
medicines without obtaining relief. One
day when I had been ;cffering severe pain
In my stomach I read a '. ssUmonial in a
newspaper which described my feelings
exactly. It was case cured by Hood's
Bars par ilia. I told my busbic3 I be
lieved this medicine would help me. He
went right away and got me a bottle of it
and I began taking it. Before I had taken
halt a bottle I felt better. I took four
bottles before I stopped and I was cured.
I say to all sufferers from stomach trouble,
take Hood's Sarsaparilla. It has relieved
me of more suffering than any other medi
cine." Mbs. A. Stivers, Hakanda, 111.
food's 8 parilla
IS the best-In fact the One True Blood Purifier.
Bold by all druggists. $1 ; six (or S3.
mm DM I cure nausea. Indigestion,
nOOCI S FllIS biliousness. Price 25c
Diamond Jo Line.
St. Louis & St. raul Packet Co.,
elegantly fitted steamers between
above points as follows: .
8TKAMSBS. I KOKTH
May t. ii a m.!June X. 10
I J une S
II a.m.',June 8. 10 a m
June N II a. in
June 13. 10 a. m.
Juue IS. 10 a. m
Jnneitt 10 a m.
June 13. 11 a m.
'June IS. Ham
I June 3 II a m.
Carnival City Packet Co.
Regular Rock Island & Burlington
packet steamer W. J. Young, Jr..
handsomely equipped, leans for Bur
lington every Monday, Wednesday
and Friday at 4:30 p. ni. Steamer W.
J. Young, Jr.. leaves every Sunday at
4:30 p. m. wilh secial excursion to
Muscatine, returning at 11 p. m.
Round trip, including supper, 1, or
75 cents without supper.
Acme Packet Co.
Kock Island and Davenport & Clin
ton and Fulton packet line. Fast and
finely cquipcd steamers City of .Wi
nona and Verne Swain. Dclisrhtful
steamers for pleasure parties. Boats
leave at i a. in. and 3:lo t. m. Boats
meet at LeClaire. Round trip tc that
point 50 cents.
For freight and passenger rates and
all other information in regard to anv
of the above lines inquire of
fiEO. LAMOXT&SOX. Agents.
Foot of 17th St. Telephone 1105.
Tom A. Marshall
lti DrSTANCt LlNtft
' TCU6RAPH MTU.
Bu bncU, 111.
ColumbU3 Je, Iowa.
Colar Rapids, lows.
Ie Moinos, Tnws.
Davenport, ! nru.
M. .lino. 10.
Mar haUtown, Iowa.
ML Pleasant, Iowa.
New Hot ton. 111.
New Windsor, IlL
North Henderson, IlL
Port Byron, 111.
Preirio Cltjr, IiL
ltork I- lanil, IlL
Kwan Creek. 111.
Kt. AumiMino, III.
Wnlnut Orore, 111.
West I ihertjr, Iowa.
Vales City, III.
Jonn vlk Si Co,,
Builders : : :
Sash. Doors. Blinds and Mouldings.
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
ing of All Kind.
Single and I Ion Me Strength Window
(;!ass. Polished Plate. Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
an toWHrtteemh RnrL. caH
Street, tlUwrt lOlailCJ.
BILLY CATION S
White Seal saloon
g There is Every Day Advantages.
In trading at our store. Oar stock- comprises the bts.t materials
put together by people who know how. Hot weather footwear of
every description at late season prices. When your feet are tired
and weary bring them to us and you will get comfoit and eise.
We have a style to fit every fancy, and a pice to fit every i urr.
If you haven't tried our store, try it now. Those vh:i hive tried it
com", again Redaction all along the line.
WRIGHT & BHRBER
r ANTED - A SECOND GIRL AT lOiO
I S-'eeond avenue.
WASTED-A UIRL FOR HOUSEWORK
1 at 1M7 Fifth aveuue.
r ANTED-A COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework at li:M Second ave-
ANTED-A FIRT-OI.ASS DARKER.
Inquire a: 4? Seventh street after a
TANTEO-A COMPETENT GIRL AS
oook at DM Second avenue. References
AIDANT ED -BOY ABOrT 15 YEARS OLD
to learn trade. Address Trude." care
WANTKD-TO RENT AN t OR 10-ROOM
T T modern house slay 1 or befora Audrear
T-ANTfD GIRL TO IK) GF.NERAL
housework in family of three. Ajply
at ' Twentieth street.
WANTED-TO BUY A LADY'S 1W7 SEC
' ond band bicrclc la good condition.
Address "H." this offlce.
A 1 ANTED -SM A IX GIRL TO HELP DO
' Kenentl bouKework in sinikll fumllv. Ad
dress Kit! Fourth avenue, Moliue. 111. Call
from Sia to 5 p. ru.
T ANTED-. SITUATION BY A YOrXG
eolord man exiwrienoe ' In hotel busi
ness: is intelligent and imlustri iuk. liest of
references furnished. Address H.," AB
ous. TANTKD - STONIM UTTERS IV flU-
v ctusn stone vards; :vt'es 5i ecnls jkt
hour: H hours ier d;ty: Mutionul Union men ire-fi-rretl.
Ajiply at Jol Thiny-sevcnth court,
WANTED LAlrtE TO DO 1'LAIN SEW.
itiK bi hoiuo: i.fi perdsiy. four months'
.rk jriiura-jteetf: send stamped, wldressrl
enrcloiie for particulars. L'topian Supply
Ci-mpai y. l'hiladelpia. Pa.
U' ANTED RELIABLE MEN T'l TACK
up artveriNlnR slirns I2W weekly:
steady work. Send 10 cents for postage. Sam-
Sle. eie. Younx Medicine comp-ny. SS429 North
lorado street. Philadelphia. Pa.
aNTID-IO U)1N MONK ON Dl
' tuonda. wakitiea )eelr, ha.-daaia.
annual Instruaienta. bicycle eloiblof drj
mods furniture ete Blicneat aaab pnoo
-a;d tor aeeond hand foods of all kinds aian.
Ttte above foods for aale at half she usual
sore prices. AU boalneaa tranaaotlons strtotlj
s-'centlal His oe number and toeaUxc
t3 seootid Avrno "Viet lortattt, J. W
I On Two rings on 1 347.
trna rent-office room oyer da vim
CKR RENT THE STORE ROOM AT 1810
A. Tblid avenue. Apply V. Dauber.
FOR RENT-DESK ROOM IN RE1DY
hros'. ofllce. Room 4. k itcbcll A Lyude
r,X)R RENT-ROOMS WITH BOARD IN
A very central location, at moderate rates.
Inquire at The Aki.ch office.
FOR RENT- FRONT BOOMS WITR BOARD,
iran. batb and all modern conveniences:
ceutrally located. Me Seventeenth street.
pX)R RENT EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE FUR
a. nace heat, modern Improvements. Kl
Twentieth street. Kent. fY Apply to Hayes
& Cleaveland, Benirstou block.
L-HJR RUNT - FIGHT ROJM BOUSE.
A' Thirteenth street and S-tnond avenue.
Kent (30 A pply lo tE Stallord at Jackson
ft 11 uret's offlce.
tXR RENT RESIDENCE OF 14 ROOMS.
A corner of Nineteenth street and Seventh
avenue, with all modern improvements. An
ply Reldy Pros.
LX)R SALE SIX IjOTS NEAR TOWN HO
. Kmuu uoruoe rvw man.
IjXJH SALE FIVE ACRES FOR SALE
cheap. Near town. Goidon ft Bowmaa.
LX1R 8ALK GOAL IN ANY QCANTITY
I of so bushels or ever at per ton. de
Ivered C. O. D. to anv part of the oily. Leave
jrders at nnmmerelal bnus barber ahoa. Roafe
Island, or Enos James. Milan.
1P)R SALE 11EAP WITS IN M MAS.
ter s addition, old hasetml pnnjr.dn. Those
lot will be sold from upward: sma'l
amount down, balance on Ion tim at l per
Cent. He dv Uri nmm A Mi saii i. t a
' V. M U H. bllNC
Ij'OR SALE-FINE BLACK DRIYINtj
A team, both (reldings. young and sound.
Wclifb 1I2S and lllft each. W.U matched
in.muiHUKii:. .ni: auue iuv sr.roKenorse
IMee KS v C all or address Frank V. Wal7r
F OR SALE A RESIDENCE OF SEVEN
mmrA' ri.ll iinmlniwl I . k.
- i 'i"" 1 1 ... i u iwuuni cin-
venlenceK. A good location fo physician
or comfortable borne for a business man.
( I, M Ifl VUnl ITlri Ill Urn m.'lMtt I). .1 . .1
dressti. Si, TdC A .!:.
li'Olt SALE A NEAT UKHCfc CAHlNt-T
A wltb about no d nvrent slides, rultsble for
mlng legal blank or anv description of papers
m oat form to be kept in rbapa tt writing.
A comprehensive Index connected Just the
tl ing for any offloe with eontraeta, etc., to
" Address H. 1L ;.. care of Tub A KG US.
LADIEQ DO TOO
OR. FELIX LI BRUM'S
is the orisriiisl and aol FRHSCII.
ate an4 ible ear om tba aaar.
kec Prit. SIjOO; sect by aajBi.
(vennior Ma omb br
A. J Rieni. Founn Avenue arug Store, sol!
agent, ttock Lsland, IiL '
IX5R SALE REAL ESTATE NOW EARN
log 10 per rent on the Invests ent. la
ulre of Thomas Smart. 71 Third avenue.
FOR RALE-A SM.VACRE FARM IN ROCK
lsluud ctninlv: gtsid corn and pasture
land: will take prt trade. W. Clausen. Front
and liipiey sireet. Davenport, Iowa.
tTOR SALE-WELL ESTABLISHED BUr-I-ness:
doirg about f-JO.OOu pr annum: lo
cated on the niOKt prominent corner In the
city of San Antonio: 1 ."Ulnars pass the ato-e
every dav: o e-third hrst-clHS farming lands
In Missouri or Kansas. blanne cash or Its
equivalent. Address CoL J. A. Bradley.
E. Houston street, Saa Antonio, Tea.
IO'T-A PAIR OF GOLD-BOWED SPEr-
tacles Finder return to this oflcc and
LOST-A UtXIK IN FRENCH TEXT WITH
1-ather cover. Finder return to IJU
Nineteen h street and receive reward.
U TRITE TO FULTON ft YKAGLtV.
Denton. Tex., if jo-i have a.ouunta,
DOleS Or illdRianlM IM Tv haMlw Ih.t .m,
desire settled or compromised.
IREE TEA SET LADIES. SEND I'S
your full address plainly written, and we
will express you 7a of our sweet and exquisite
Arabian ierfunio packets On powder form, to
scent Klines handkerchiefs, cl'itbtntr. etc..) to
sell amimir fricmlv at III cents each, tt ben
old. remit us the money lafter deducting ex
press charges and we wl 1 send vou for your
trouble, a lovelv deoirated English tea set of
SO pieces, (full si -e for family use.l hUtfti set
is artistically decorated in colors, tasteful leaf
and Hover pattern. The snap s arc of the
latest style, which every lady will upprcclate.
rder at once ami name nearest express of
fice eddrev. Arabian 1'crfumo company,
Notice to Cnnlnetors.
Si-al d proposals will be received at the
ci:v c crk's onli-c K -ck Island, until Mouda.,
June -j. xum, si .i . ccH-k p ni . for consinict
I is tne impr.iv ment ..nlered by an on'.i .aace
entitled as follows:
' An ordinance fix the improvement of Thl
tleib street, in the city of Hock Island state
of illinoii from ibe north lin- of s-venth ave
nue, to thi tiuith liae of rluhteeuth avenue."
And for furn shiiu; all the m itcrials and do
ing the w. rk a.-cordiuv to the pans aid
specifications on tile at the ci:y cleri s
Manic bids -iU lie 'ur-Uh-1 m applicatl ix
Ki ll bid must he accomp.iried by a cerii
lletl check in the sara of nvu iiu'ulre 1 il.i-,
dolla s on some Iih- Island bank, payable to
the order of the mayor of said cit v. which
ha 1 bec me forfeited t saift city In ease the
biJdcr shall fail to enter into contraet within
tea (H'l days after tb awarding of said eon
tract, wilh approved sun-ties rxecut the
wor for the price mentioned Ii bis bid a d
according to ihn plans and specifics Ions lo
tne rveut mat tna coLtradt siau be awarJel
Contractors are r- quired to furnish samples
of the brick srttb whlcu the work is to Ik? done.
Brick used In the work must correspond with
ine samples in q-isin v ana si ie.
Rock Island. Ill .June . f
A. D. H Vm lt;. City Clerk.
Notice to C'ont rartors.
Sealed prKjsal will lie received at the
city ciera nnner, hock J si ana. until Monday.
June vi. sis. at R o ciock n. m.. for nninni
three hundred :t copies of annual rcporu of
lix-k lsluud 111 . June 7. Ismr.
A D. Ilt'BHiRi., City Clerk.
Oa-a l'r H mx anil M ire it Imnntt
Insurance and Loans,
Kimiiii 4, Mitehi ll & .viile Uuililiii''.
T I jhone hm.
ire the most fatal of all
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
i GUARANTEED remed
n money refunded. Con
tains remedies recognized
by all eminent physicians
is the best for Kidney and
Price . and Sia
M iy f Esrn as.
Good wine aiid liqnon are todaj- mora
widely, ami hapi lly, niore wlaeljr tisnl tba i
tmoyiiuie In the world' Itlatory. Tb
mom it it is the recognition of lu beiieliui
to lh huuiau aysieru. Mau la inuvliia; by
experience iu pioper luiea. and all auus
eoanede pure liquors presvnt dlsnuiea ao l
help rest ire Ita ratragea. Wine and whisky
are heiMilut niiuu'ant to the mental an t
moral activities Without bodily health
you are no fi tor in the world 'a forces.
Too mar know that you can secure always
. the pore4 and always the cheapest In any
1 qasut ty yoii iur retjulre at onr store, the
; only hotesale house lu the city dispensing
floods dlr-s-t to ih eoriButiier. Our spectal
I ties are -TO SA VK YOU MONEV and
give you pure tud nnadulterated foods.
Open eve ill g 1 until 10 o'clooi.
I flTQ IN EDGEWOOD PARK,
5 8V AVtWUC. s
I o;o a
Tht snost deslrsMt saetlcR av Bis Twin CMHt ft
llliss assi.S. awpl, shseX ay larjs aaiatat trass
tewsrs. watsv smiks. sidewalss. ct.. aueasy ia.
Noas but nish grade, madera bausss la rwihbsr
hot. Eaaaliy sccntibis to tmint renlers a4
botk cities feV tri-ity fleet ns RsiHrsyT Near
aagattana Coflefa asd Tth Ward Pvslio (essol
Escywalkinf disuses la C, I. I. I f aeaat, ys'dt
and reand hosss. slss liU.L a.?eual and prineiaat
Mob factor M.
THa sevea lots Indicated ay slitsln is sb)r fat
will aa sold at ver tea prices (I taken seen.
A. !f. KOIII.KIt,
tatai 3. fssl CSc niack. Mauas. f
We have the Best Equipped
Repair Shop in the west
nd all fclcda uf jib stork. We a0
carry complete Jine of gout acd
218 ScTenteeath'St Market Square
GET THE BEST
AU Work Ga aran teed.
llOf THIRD AYES (7