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THE ABGUS, TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1898.
Ai-h"u 03117 and WeWV 31 '" Second
rmuifflce as Seeond-cliM mutter J
IM TDK KAME OK J. W. POTTER.
,T?IO,S Da!Iy' 10 ccnu Pr "tcU. Weekly,
per annum; lu advance il .60.
All communication of political or argumen
tative chapter, political or religions, must
bave teal name attached f..r publication. No
ueb artlclo will be printed over Bctftlous sla
n.iture. Correspondence solicited from every town
snip In Rocli Island count-. .
TrtiiMv, Ju.v :,, jays.
IN HOC SIGNO VlNCES-
For Representative In fonyrevi. Tenth
FRANCIS k. anih:i;w.
For Representative In tlie Central Assembly,
KLMOUil W. HL'KST.
For County Jude w. c A LI-EN
For County Clerk John NORTON
For Sheriff A. 1. HtKSl.NU
For Treasurer T. It. I.KKS
For County Superintendent... O. I. AUDIT! N
Then rininr we must, when o.:r mire ii is
And th'n le our m m-: -In Coil i .:r t;-i,
And tin- Mar-.'4'am: ed ti;mn-r in trhmir:i .-hall
O'er the I.in1 or Hit.- free mid t'j-. home of the
I M ! lvi' ( ':Ui:if:i. Iili-si Vnur fool
Thk roiin'.itimi will now rise ami
Killl' till.' loiii(V.
WoMiKU if S:iin wmiM like to
HWap IIoIisoii for t'crvi r;i.
H'v linirli inori ilof.H Spain want
to l:iy for li:ttion;il lioiio!''.'"'
'I'llE li-ality of A im-ri-.i's li;it is im-
j tu-sl iolii-i I anvwlsi'iv 0:1 the "loin".
i Tliis is :i li:ii time of i-;;r to ta-L It
Anii'iicauM so is any. i-tlit-r lime.
Cam.M.- V hail licttir In- sine of liis
fncii.H U-ftiti- :ttUMiii!in;.' any further
lr looks as if Whitoiilc county's
master in iliaiieerv hsmsc4 tin- snlc
xoltrre of iTfnjji' for Siat;i.
It iiin- to sni-al
was tin- ruli.
have suraki'il into
all ri-'ht, luit when
injl nut ali, there
TllK. iuti'ii-ily nf the heal around
rmniiiio numiav ihiim iiave Im-cii i-
Tiik worl'l I'loliahlv reali.es now
what the Fourth of July is to the
Amelii an prupi.
Srt,M i;iki, Admiral Simpson
roiutli nt .inlv messare to I lie nation
was: We have nu t the enemy ami
tliev are ours."
It lunks as if o'ie uf Manip.tnii
hells illicit have punetureii Blam-n's
pre vat lealmn niai-liitie. n was tired,
anvwav. vou know.
TlIK peellliarity of the liopieal seas
seems lo he proving pretty nearly as
ihsasl reus to tin Spaniards as to tin
Aiiiorieans ilown in ( 'tilu.
tl.l l'er era will now li :i .1 what it
is to treat an American I lirlv. as he
ilnl lloo-ou. AimriiM is magnani
mous ami just, as well as terrihle.
With inalin- Inward none, with
eharit v for all, willi liruuiess in llu
riht. as (toil i;ivr to ( the riht.
let us strive to linish the work we arc
in. Aliiahaui Liueolii.
Tiik future Culian repuMie wiil nli-
.servp that tlie l ourth nf Julvisre-
arileil liv the nation which has lic
it vernl her from hoiulae as the
pniper iiulcH'iiilciice ila v.
Tut i the clever way the New
York Trihuiic puts it: "That ahoini
nalile t'pression -bike.' with its var
ious derivatives, is not with us as
TTur hit -j
i:, r.Ai r"
vi m t.ii: o ir
II li h vj b li 2 trl U SViiiBfj
iwHALGlA, r-i ririlir C.jUats, f 1
LnJ pr't -irtd r.-u'T t'. fi;:;.i iit r-1
prnuiuiimtnii un A3
ui.niiiA.1 uicuiaAL t.an.
World renownril ! l:"r tar ?sMt irc9f oi I
onivr-stii'ml:;i irade Mark Anchor,
IK. id. kirkltr A io., Sli Wart St., .cw lork. :
3! HIGHEST AWARDS.
13 Brtoca Efmtt. Ovm G!i5rcrk.
.Marshall A Fisher,l!is 2d At.
Ber.pston, 1700 2d
T. H. Tbmnsa, .
IUS Id a
INrnOIt" STO.UACIIAr. t Tor
it used to m. hut still too much.
Away v.ith it altohor. It Is i:f for
t:s; lv iidiie bill '''cuts" whovveir
Akmiual C'Kijvr.itA entered the har
bor nf Santiago !e Cuba "without in
cident. " as he put it in his dispatch
to I lie home government. 15ut oh.
how different was the exit.
Yi.s, guess Kaiser Billv will con
clude not to interfere in the Philip
pines or anyw here else that the Amer
ican flag float, considering the events
of the past couple of lav.
It is understood that David Iiag
v. of Kaliegh, X. ('.. youngest
other of the late Knsign Worth
aglev, will get a eadetship at. large
A ll II Tkfll i it III W 4 1 IO 1'f ti,ll l'l t-1 1-
al Annaixilis. He is a narticularlv
hamlsomi and intelligent lad.
The American navy i.s demonstrat
ing the truth of the following utter
ance of cx-l'residcut lVnjaiicu Har
rison: "I eonider the American
navy, man for man. uncipialed by
any navy in the world today. The
courage and daring of our men. the
personnel iif the officers of our shijis.
the gunnery, the nerve and spirit de
veloped bv all. manifest to the world
the spectacle of a
there is no suM'iior.'
law for which
Iii order I hat the war si udeiits'may
be up to date i.i naval de.-iguations
the following information offered bv
a correspondent of the New York Sun.
drawing the distinctions between a
licet, flotilla and sijuadron. is submit
ted: A fleet is composed of l-' battle
ships. A mosijuito fleet i.s com posed of -
or more small boats.
A sijiiadrou i composed of less than
1.' battleships, anil is often pari of a
licet. Mich :ts the van. center, or rear
A flotilla i.s composed of 1' or more
men-of-war. some of which may be
bat t if ships.
I'eiiee the I'nited Slates has no
licet: neither has Spain.
Admiral Dewey commands a squad
ron. Ahniraute Montcjo also commaiuled
A'-ting Admiral Sampson commands
Alm'iraiitc Cervera and Ahniraute
Camara each eoiiimaudi'd a sipiadron.
The Kesources and Industries of
Spain" forms the theme of a well
written paper by Edward D. Jones in
the July North American Keview. It
is a .succinct consideration of the
characteristics of the chief industrial
districts of spain. and a review of the
nation's commercial life, which : not
highly developed. Spain, the writer
declares, needs to look at home to
the condition of her fields and roads
and canals, rather than to waste him
self in foreign dominion.
Hi-ginning with the June number
issued the American Angler, formerly
published by W. (.'. Harris, will be i-'-siied
from the office of the Outing
Publishing company. All devotees
of angling know how well this journal
has in the past provided material for
camp tire slories. aid correct in
formation on all matters pertaining to
ti.-h and lishing. It is the purpose of
the new publishers to add new and
attractive features to the journal, and
embellish the pages with appropriate
and profuse illustrations, making it
the ln-st 10 cents worth offered to
anglers an v where.
The DlHi'iivery of the Hay.
Aug. J. llogel. the leading drug
gist of Shreveport, La., says: "Dr.
King's New Discovery is the only
thing that cures my cough, and it is
the lct seller I have."' J. F. Camp
bell, merchant of Safford. Ariz.,
writes: - Dr. King's New DUcoverv
is all that is claimed for it: it never
fails, and is a sure cure for eoiisump
I ion. coughs and colds. I cannot sav
enough for its merits."' Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption,
coughs and colds is not an experi
ment, il has been tried for a quar
ter of a century, and today stands at
the head. It never disappoints. Free
trial bottles at Hart. S: ITleineyer's
Many IVople Cannot Drink
Coffee at night. It spoils their sleep.
You can drink (irain-O when vou
please and sleep like a top. For
(iraiu-() does not .stimulate; it nour
ishes, cheers and feeds. Yet it looks
and tastes like the In-st ciTee. For
nervous persons, young people and
children. (cain-O is the perfect drink.
Made from pure grains. !et a pack
age from your grocer today. Trv it
in place of coffee. 15 and ii cents.
rilm! Iiles! I'liesI
Dr. Williams' Indian Tile Ointment
wiil cure blind, bleeding and itching
piles when all other ointments have
failed. Il absorbs the tumors, allavs
the itching at once, acts as a poultice,
gives instant relief. Dr. Williams1
Indian Tile Ointment is prepared onlv
for piles and itching of the private
parts, ami nothing else, hvcry box
is warranien. ooiu ny druggists or
sent by mail on receipt of price, 50
cents ana f 1 per tox.
Williams Mani factcrixg Co.,
Proprietors. Cleveland Ohio.
Sold bv il. F. Bahnsen, Pru"nst.
yuk-k Krlief for .Ultima.
Foley's Honey ami Tar is guaran
teed to" give prompt relief in all eases
of asthma. Do not class this with
other medicines that have failed to
give relief. (Jive it a trial. For sale
bv T. II. Thomas.
Educate Tone Howeta With Caseareta.
; 10c, Sc. IIC.C.C. fail, druggists rtluad money.
. 1 will guarantee
that my Kidney Core
rill cure HO per cent.
Of all forms of kidney
oomplalnt and In
many Instances the
most serious forms of
Brlgbt's disease. If
the disease Is com
plicated send a foor
omce vial of urine
"We will analyze It
end edviso yoa free
what to do.
At an drtuKlrts. 23c a laL Guide to Health
and rM1al .!! frw. Arrh ft.. Phils.
rANTFD-A COOK AT NO.
ANTED "XPKBIKNCK.n I.ACNDRV
j-'irl :;t Koek islurid Steam laundry.
TAXTSD-A CiKLTO DO HOfSEWOUK
ill family of three. 211 Kijrhtli avenue.
W'ANTKU - CUJL TO
TANTfn-A CIRf. TO IK UF.N'EKAL
f housework in small f;imilv. Annlv '.r.'l
IV' ANTED - SALESMEN. L.AD1ES OK
" ventlemon: experience untieees5arv.
Api'iy at 3:s Twentieth street.
"r-NTEf-A POSITION TO DO CEN-
eri bousewtrk. t an cive refereuee.
Apply Eifth uvLaue. Mrs. Gannon.
1 1" ANTE - S IT ( " A TIOX B V VOr W( J M A N:
' a No. I man with horses: best of lefer
ences. Address -G. B.." care of Aki.i s.
A TA NTED- SMALL CIKL TO HELP IK)
eenerul housework in stnuil familv. Al-(Irt-ss-
r.iw Koi.rth avenue. Muliuc. 111. Call
friini s a. m. to 5 p. ra.
r AN TED-, CENTS. LADIES Oil (;r.
ileuen: vou cai make n l;iv: refer
ences re laired. C all al W o'eloeU Monday
luii'nii ir. Ji.7 l'o.ir-h siveinie.
VS'AVTEDTOTUADE -WHATHA VE YOU
to iifer for si'ii st u-k of iro-iiis in
coun'.rv s on" lMimr irood iiusiness: proprie
tor siei." and must sell op trade. (Jordiia &
T ANTED- KEL1ABLE .VE.N TO TACK
up nitVKtiiira sit'ns- 112.10 weck'y;
steady work, isend 10 cenis for postair. sam
ple, etc. Vo'ine fitieine compmy. Hi) North
Colorado atreet. Dt-iladolphia. Ha.
y A NTED-A X EXPERIENCED STEXiXi-
T r.'.plier desires a pesiiion us M:V.;iiiite
or a steady position.. Can furnish ueod refer
ences duress .'liss Uaisy Jo!i- sun, 1J Eifth
avenue. Meline. ;
WANTED- KEL1AHLK DISTUIHCTcRS
in every city and county to distribute
circulars and sample jr .iW: pay ad
vaueed: experienee wiuecr ssarv. Aiidersun
Disiribtitiiii! coniiiaiiy.-JIJ Smith Second street.
I hiladeljihia. I'a.
WANTEI-T.) MIAN MONfcY OX III A
mi mils, watches, iewclrv. h.inlwure
iin.siciU iiisinaneals. Iiicyeles. eloihltiir. urv
itiimls. niniitt:rc. etc. llinhesl cash price's
paid for second hand iroods of all kinds also
The above oods I.ir ale at hal' the usual
store prices. All luisiiielstralis-u-tinrs striclly
cniiiidiriiii.il. Ilis umv.- number and location.
I''t.t Second avenue. Don t foryct it. .1. VV.
.iones. '1 wo rins on VM7.
TOt F. ENT OFFICE ROOM OVEK DAVID
- Don s store.
f.-ii Ui'.M-A KTRNISHED KOOM AT
r.4 Tweiitioth street.
r-n;: im nt-ei-rnisuej rooms
I. NT EI'RNISl!
: Twen ietii sirci
p.'R EENT TI'KI-.E office wwis
A orer ;. Tlm-i avenue.
fon r':kt-tiie stoke room at jsio
Tttrd avenue. Apply V. Dauber.
P'OB RENT - DESK RiX).M IN EEIDY
. l-res. oilice. Room 4, itehell & LynUe
TOR RENT-l)tVMS AVITH HOARD JN
X very ein;ral location, at moderate rates.
Inquire Tut A m.Ls oiflce. .
POK RENT NI ELY FESNlsHED FRONT
A rooms, trood table board. Kas. bath, ail
nioderu convotiionees. ;:,'5 beventeeutu
pOR KENT EI( illT-ROOM HOUSE. FTP
A naee heat, modern improvements. isl
Twentieth street. Ken. t5. Apply to Hayes
& Clcavviuud, Dentstou block.
Tf!OR P.UNT - EWiiT ROOM HOUSE,
A Thirteenth street and Sscond avenue
Rer.tt.i0 A poly to E. H. Stafford at Jackoo
A Hurst's oftice.
1,10k RENT -RESIDENCE Ob" 14 ROOMS.
A corner of Nineteenth street and Seventh
avenue, with all modern improvement . Ap
ply Kcidy liros.
P!t RENT-FINE RESIDENCE WITH
eitfht eieciilit rooms, and a larire dry ct-l-lar:
w aterworks and seweraire: iromlbarn with
carriairc house: elcL-aut -hade trees and in an
airreeable neii;bii"h(iod. Northeast corner
of Fifth avenue and Forty-third street. R ick
Island. S-e the premises and apply at itcl
Twenty-third street. Koek Island.
7 dress "fci
care nf A It. .us.
tf0: S A LE NINE-ACRE FRLIT FARM.
All liimis of fruit: irood butldinas: near
tow n. A bargain fur some one if taken soon
Cordon Dow man.
-,10:t SALE -CHEAP: S700 CASH AXD
A small i'leumhrance ukes a vtrv neat c: t
taeecu the lihi:N. Who wants :t quick at that
pr.ee? cio.'dun & Itowmsn.
JOR SALE COAL IN ANY tifANTrTT
of 50 ti tshcLs or orer at ti.M psr tun de
livered C. O. D. to anj partof tha city. Lr&r:
orders at r-omrnreial hoi;s barheranop, Bock
Island, or Enos James, Milan.
FOK SALE-CIIEP LOTS IN M 'MAS
ter s audition. old hasehal! prounds. These
lots will tie aold from fii opward: suia I
amount down balance on lon titn t A per
cent. He uy Bros., room i, Mitchell Si. Lynde
IjH)R SALE-A NEAT OKF1CE CABINET
1- with about 0 d reni. &Udes. suitaoin for
ftlini; lefai o!nks or any description of paoers
la liat form to be kept la hape for writing.
A comprenensire index connected. Jit the
thing for anj ofEoe with contracts, etc. to
die. Address H. K. C. eare of Thi arvis
I OST A HIXiK IN FRENCH TliXT WITH
" leather cover. mder return to i&l
Nittoentb street and receive reward.
T OST-A PAIR CF STEEL BOW GL4SSE4'
1 i in court h.iuse U't Thursday evenin-,-. '
Kioiler ple;ise r urn to AROts atd reciv re
VTR1TE TO FCLTON I YEAGLEY, '
" Denton, Tex., if yoa have accounts,
notes or judnmenus vs. Texaa parties ttat you
desire settled or comprjmised.
IT OST-ON FIFTH AVENlE AND NINE
AJ teenlh street. 'iron Second uvexue be-
tweea Seienteenth and 1 ifhtrenth streets, a
pear! and diamond pin. A lilieral reward wi 1
lie paid lor us return to this omee.
T B KEIOTr
Otra Tmrr ffome and Hart It fmurol
Insurance and Loans,
Room 4. Mitt-hell & Lvnde Imildiiig.
Nov iz your time to buy ct2ap, with
fully two months of ths warmest
tvoatlier before you. Note only a lew
ef the nisi-iy bargains quoted below.
m ci I- jV freaK e,:a Soos Fourih finds uz with a tremendous stock
must be sold regardless oS cost or value, to raake room fur our Fall ir.iportatiens, whl
i us, via mi ave.
I Ladies5 under
A former $2.20 silver-grey sat
teen, alio black moire under
skirts, double and singie ruflle
bottoms, perfection in ff
finish clearing sale. M.y
Wj 500 yards printori canvas cloths
M m ctripes, plaid; and checks,
all r.3vv goods, 12! c, to -,n
h close, ps? yard J5
W -For a&a-ts and shin v.-aist3
j Stripa and cneck dimities 10s
F and l2Jc yard, ciioics
p 16-inch tov.-eling, in brown and
0 bleached 3
W per yard 2.vC
fc 50-inch icble felUng, or silenca
ctcth, cheap at 40c, bI,
now A y2C-
Q Percales, assorted patterns, dark
jpj and Ught, 10c and 12c
j values, to close, par yard 5
fej Or.9 lot of vldte ciocl.et bod
spreads, 75c each, re- .
K ducadto 4-
. One lot bed sprcr.ds, crochet
worth $1.25, for 7yC
j 32-inch impcrtsd organdiec, fine
Ej shesr cloth, worth 40c
a end 50s, to close, yard
g 72-ir.ch fine bleached, satin
damasic table linen, K
cheap at $1.00, yard. . UC
ji One lot cf napkins, assort
R ed sizes, to close, each . . 2C
House f urnlsh
s A delayed shipment of the eel
5 ebrated Monarch lawn mowers
Every one warranted in every
I particular; worth double the
fi price we ask fcr them tria week
I "S3 1.98
tep lir-ner.. 4-foot, 2Sc; Moot,
30c; s-foot, 35c; 8-foot
Hammock stretchers, 6c each
Hammocks, full slse, 45c and up
Croqu't sets, 4 ball. Tarnished
aad striped, dovetail box
ptr duct a
lu the old neighborhood. Our stock of stylish footwear has Uvn moved into the hand
some remodeled store room at 1702 Second avenue, next door to our old location in tlm
Uengston block. Iu moving v.e noted many lines of goods that we w ill rush out at
big bargain figures. The goods comprise a variety of styles, am! in lilting yourself
out in footwear you cannot miss it now by calling. (live us a chance to make vi.ur
feet feel comfortable and please your pocketbook as well.
Yours For Reliability,
l?anai 7na lasi Idtkl tfCi Jii? feVC JIS 5VS? VM? VjRv? ricc
sy ria e TTfi
Shirt waist headquarters
2d fIor -take
W3 hava secured
CO dozen splendid
wairts that will cre
ever seen in tri-cities.
Nowhere elso cuch a large assort
ment of beautiful styles in waists
including many attractive
pink and white, blu and white,
black anC whita combin- 0
atiuiis. This cloari'n calo 5"
Tremendous clearing out sale of
up-to-date crash, duck, pique, and linen skirts,
plain and braided.
a neat ares3 eicirt in crash, wid-3 hem bottcrn, full Q
I sweep, looks like 75c values, at clearing out sale, .oC
I Many better grades included in this great clear-
ing up sale.
Lnr Boys' blouse waists
A geed point for mothers to bear in mind. W ere showing a very
large and attractive line of new BLOUSE WAISTS for boys. Sizes
21 to 10 ycara; at prices lower than ever boiore quoted. Call and
exj mine our line of embroidery trimmed, wide sailor cellar tn
waists at .0
None better made, and few ax good as our assortment.
Hew, extra fine, prime feathers,
1, 2, 2i and 3-lb sacks.
For this sale we will offer
some splendid bargains in
dinner sets ol 100 pieces in
both American and English
makes, Tiess sets are finely decorated, and are worth fully cae-hall
more than the prices which we quota.
English dinner ses, 100 pieces,
large shapes, in brown decora
tions, a splendid set nQ
for hard wear, at 4)yO
A fine American dinner set of 100
and hand decorated, would be
Leaders in Shoes.
which so soon
An estra quality percale waist,
with blouso front, threes tucks,
yoke and ploat;?d baok We
Lave several pattenxs to select
from thi3 clearing sale
Laro'3 size, German striped tick
ing cover, new stock, and guaran
teed solid full of feather,
clearing' up sale, each . . .
English dinner sets, 100' pieces,
decorated In brown, blue end
pink; new and pretty T O
shapes, per set H'7yO
pieces, real china copy, gold line
cheap at $13.00, for this t
WASH GOODS DP.E3G GOOffiJ
MILLINERY caid many oti::?r ao-i
are fairly givea away, tr U;o i.j.v.y
bargains quote,! below.
: of seasonable merchandise on hand w hich
will be arriving.
Rock Island, Illinois
50-Hfc plorla urfibrirl
las-. Heel r.xl. con
f o handles, i,ter! g
S ! -.11 ploiia utrlirel
1 1, wts,. rodsi. fnir
p.fon sraaie, fancy
liawles.wcrtii 82 tW
tor tins sale
Sjat:.-; Hue of man.
' " '' .,v.v
while jtm wait.
90c and up
boui:r., woitll 2r-;
A mTiUlacturirig concrm Ui.'jt M
July 1st, sold to ur, lor OOq cn
tho dollar, e-ll their r-crvrd
stock c?. summer Ehirts. v.-ht -li
WO WU Oitt-T li-'S V.'fcCK fat tlli- -.
bee id cf prices. nemcrrU;r
these ere nil rew ucd up-tr p
date styles so lack's lhsy c-c, i
Gents' line percale chirts. -ilh at-
taohed collir aci! cu!Tt, Lamlcrcil 4
-ulnars 75c les tLn 50
mfrs. price.Eizcs 14J to 17 ftVC j
(It-nts' madras 6hirts. wLitc lr.;;', r$
oolla-, dstached cuffe, laundt-rcd, n
all iast jolnrs, cboap at lSc t.i
less tlian rn'ir. prico AQr f?-
fcizi-9 14 1 to 17.. ,
(icnts1 fine percale shirts, fast roi- ty
ors, septirablo cuffs, with two g
t-oliars, ltundered, pearl button t, i
rarnrg price $12.00 per dozen, S
here thij vw-k, each, I? - It
all bizesi .4i to 17
Boys' rtflif-p shirts, far.cj percale,
tvliite band, cellar, ttiit.-.h' !
cull, ptarl buttons,
13, cr. prn-k.:, 'J
izfy. pri:' p' .-
very scarp? gcod3.
dozen. iT.i'K tliij w.L. PA, C-
h." IS, 14 JU1 ?.
Fancy liwLt-cslorcd tb'viot a'.iirl . P
joke band, w;h ft.toa col!-r, Fj
puaracteed fast wkr; Dtannfat;- jrt
ttired to bJ at oOc, berc QQ
this week J?t
Tanplefoot otltky Cy paprr. double Jr
sucets . .
Ir sect pTfrdcr, with un, isuii
teed, for . . .
bounces wilr.h baacl
Sc falark. tree -i aud tan aboe drens- 8
ing. per uottle .. . tw
Ir pair .. ..
Wild cherry .to(tI)t.
4-oaace bott, triple cztrart ..
Wild chcrr7 pho.r-hati.
uoce bottle, triple ax tract ...
Jtr-ey creatn wap. S rakes la tcx
and wrapped, per box .
100 cakes toilet soap,
each, to cioe