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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1898.
THE ARGUS. Published Dilly and Weekly at 124 Second Avenue, Kock Island. 111. Entered at the Poatofflce as Second-clas matter. J IS TDK NAME OF J. W. POTTER. TKKM.S Dally. 11 cents per week. Weekly, 12.00 per annum: in advance II .5a All communication! of political or argumen tative character, political ur rclitrlous. mast bave rent name attached for publication. No uch article will be printed over fictitious slg nature. Correspond nee solicited from every town ship In llock Island county. llllliMJAV, Jllv 21, 1898. Ilrniotmtlr Nuiiiiimtlona. r'or State Treasurer M. K It NLA I'. For SuinTiiitriidrnt I'l.l.lie Instruction. ri;i;i:v . stivki:. Kor Trustees Slati: I'niviTsiiy, 111.'. Jl l.l IKil.Mi:. SMITH. XAItU.Ki .N I. Mi !(ls;u.-, JA( Oil J I. SKII.KIt For Representative in ('oin?res.s, Tenth Kistnet. FRANCIS K ANIi:i:VS. For Representative hi the Cencral Assembly, Thirty-third District, ki.moi:k w. hchst. For County Judire w. C ALLEN For County Clerk JOHN NORTON For HherLT A. I). HUKSIV3 For Treasurer T. R LLES For County Superintendent.. .(). I. ADIiITON 'I'lIK l'llit"il Slate proposes to Brooke iiiMiii'si!nii its ti its right to 1'ortn Rico even If il is to us Miles IIW.'IV. The Spanish prisoners were greatly surprised over the kill. I anil humane treatment they n ive.l from Anicri- raii captors. They hail lieeii taught to bclietc that liie Americans were not on I v hogs, hut little less tlian caniiilials. TlIK extension of I he rural fi ee tic liven. service authorized l.v tin-las) congress is being pushed forward as rapidlv as cireitiiisiaiiecs will permit. The country about Burlington. Iowa, is one of III" sections which will lie favored, ami the routes iia c already been arranged. A Mi HKM o( statistics has discov ered 4 hat Spain has more iiliml (iicn than any oilier nation in western Kuropc. Tin? proporlioii is said to lie US . every Ihm.iiihi inhabitants. But none arc so blind as those who will not sec. That is Hie trouble with Spain at the present time. Stl.VKSTH: Si tivil.. the audacious newspaper correspondent of yellow journalism u ho assaulted (Jen. Shafter. slioiilil he niaile an example of by the most severe ptinislnncnt compatible with the dignity of American war fare. A man w ho will resort to such eoniliicl is of a very cheap nr.lcr of ail 1'iif m l is. ami looks upon the mis sion ol t tic press in a much ilifTcreiit light than iliil the makers of the eon Mt it li t ii li . If is u favorite phrase of the repub licans to say: The republican party may lie safely trusted. " Whenw'r the H'iple are ilissalislicil with the acts of the party, ami ilcfcat is star ing tlictn in the face, this ileclaration may always lie fonml in the platform. Thry are alwav s willing to promise to reform, ami to ilcclare that thev may lie safely trusted to remedy the wrongs thev have put il . n the" peo le, Imt when it comes to action it is the same ohl story. The reform is in the plat f.. tin. Imt nowhere else. Ccntralia Iieiiiocr.it. l'l Bi.ii' opinion has channel mater ially cuiicrming (Jen. Miles in the last few days. It is well known thai he is fmiil of feathers ami loves to strut, hut his conduct at Santiago has ilcni onstraleil that he is a manly man and a true soldier, lie made tio attempt to take away from or overshadow the honors won l.y (Jen. Shatter at San tiago, as he might have done. Hcac. eonlcd all of the credit that was due to Shafter and his officers, ami frankly toM the administration how gallant was his conduct. Inleail of interfer ing and conducting the negotiations himself for the capitulation of the Spaniards he left that to Shatter to finish, as he had done ihc lighting. There is a marked di iTcrcncc in the disposition of Miles and Sampson. The latter might have given proper eredit to Schley for his admirable con duct of the tight with Ccrvcia's licet. MADE ME A MAN AJA TABLETS I OSl I'ttL f V ,.fr.,E, . . . lr.. n. !. t.fl, r,, m hi-.ra.sl ii Alm-iar.l " ,'0", v"u " "d. i ii.ii-m r mrnc. Pn v. n: I:m.ij Mi .onump. Ilittl If 131 Itl II itw. THl..I I m nw 1 lalM I in nriMm.i ,ry :ra. a I tkk whn f " ,,'h. rs full. nlu unnn n1tur th f aninn A:it xmrr lihwfn?3 UiouniHla a.iil UI rurr roa W tin- i.iuv wViiIImi tuaraiiKo t etert a run In rrh cat rrfund tna wwl enraso rnu rcr pa- lts-r. r iii ii(.tu (roll imliwull foriM. 1 man. In plain wraunM atM rwrlin u( prica. circunrvtt. A.Un AJAX REMEDY CO., ?'c av aal tti Kirk Ytlfcn t n Jai m HMtM M Harshs? M Fu ' cr. Of mat J i 1 IN HOC SIGNO VlNCES- II I but he refused to say a single jrood word for iiiui. and actually forbade Schley to send a report of "his battle to the government. Keokuk Consti tution-Democrat. The Pullman Palace far company at Pullman has imported a lot of t rench-t anauian mechanics. and these will be yiven work by the coiu pony at Pullman. It is' said that every morning unemployed skilled workmen Mint laborers apply at the gates of the winks for employment, and the supply of home labor has far exceeded I he demand. This is cer tainly not in accordance with the many promises made to the lalmring man during the campaign of lS'Jri. The men in 1'JiJO will have a chance to right things at the ballot 1hi. and il is hotted that thev will not lie coerced to vote against tl.eir own in terests the next time. Protection may have enabled the Pullman com pany to cut a large watermelon re cently, but the rind seems to have gone to the tailoring man's share. REYNOLDS HILLS. Key Holds. July l'.. M. Schooii maker delivered .r(J hogs t.t limner it Vickers Wednesday at i'i.l) per hun dred. Miss Lou Walker and daughter. Alta. of Moline. are visiting at lh home of Mr. and Mrs. W. ;. l)avis. Mr. am! Mrs. John Johnston, of (ialvcstou. 'lex., who have been vis iting relatives here, returned south las week. Miss Henrietta Sherranl am! Miss Kdilh Sherranl left Wednesday morn ing for an extended trip through the eastern states. M. Freytag has laid a new walk in front of his dace of business, and is having his store building painted. I)avid Fimllay is doing the painting. A much needed rain fell here Tues day evening, which will insure a good corn crop. Farmers have harvested the largest and best hay crop we have had for years, and the oats harvest is almost completed and promises a good yield. Dr. Henry Werner died Saturday last at Lo Claire. Iowa., of lung trou ble. He was :W years of age and had made Keynolds his home since lK.-CJ. His skill as a physician and his men tal abilities were recognized by all. He had been in failing health for sev eral years, but his practice here was a large ami lucrative one. He was a member of Reynolds camp Xo. 1 '.'.. M. W. of A., and was buried under the camp auspices Monday in the cemetery at lat Claire. Iowa, by the side of his father who died a few mouths ago. The pallbearers were: S. T. McKutire. Frank Kcini. John MeAdaiu. X. A. Tavlor. K. L. Mal let I e ami K. P. Wait, the Woodmen ceremony being given bv Dr. A. 15. Montgomery, the deceased's business partner. THE COIXTT TKmTLe. Tranafern. July i'ti Lliabeth 1$. Mixter to Anne M. P.ahnsen. s ;o feet lot 1. block J. W. Spencer's thin! add.. Kock Island. fti.lHML William O. Long to Kstclla A. Loii". w :is.2 feet lot o. block 1, II. K. Ed ward's add.. Moline. $1. F.stella A. Long to Ella E. Lou", w :K2 feet lot :,, block 1. II. Ed ward's add., Moline. ifl. Converse E. tiainev to James S. Fuller, lot It. block l! II. A. Smith's siiIm1:v.. out It IJ. Smith & White's add.. Moline Heights. $:oi. Charles Page to Alexander lilan chanl. lots :i ami I. 3. It!. .',w. 10. Lirrnsrd to Weil. Henry Coer. Hushnell Mrs. Villa MiHire Bushnell llnusrholil fiods. The ancient Greek believed that the Penates were the gods who atteudetl to the welfare and prosperity of the family. They were worshipped as household gods in every home. The household god (if today" is Dr. King's New Discovery. For consumption. eonghs, colds and for all affections of throat, chest am! lungs it is invalua ble. It lias Ih-cu tried for a ptar ter of a century and is guaran teed to cure, or money returned. Xo household -should lie without this good angel. It is pleasant to take and a safe and sure remedy for old ami young. Free trial "iKittles at Ilartz & rilmeyer's drug store. K. ular size .50 cents and f i. I' Ilea I I'llea! Files! Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will cure blind, bleeding and itching piles when all other ointment9 have failed. It absorbs the tumors, allays the itching at once, acts as a poultice, gives instant relief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment is prepared only for piles and itching of the private parts, and nothing else. Every bos is warranted. Sold by druggists or sent by mail on receipt of price, 50 cents ami Ifl per box. Williams Manikactiking Co., Proprietors, Cleveland Ohio. Sold by M. F. Kahnsen, Druggist. When Von Take lour Vacation the most necessary article to have with you (after your jxicket book) is a bottle of Foley's Colic Cure. It is an absolute prevention or cure of all derangements of the bowels caused by a change of water. You are likelv to need it. For sale by T. II. Thomas. Thousands of persons have lieen cured of piles by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve." It heais promptly and cures eczema and skin diseases. It gives immediate relief. For sale by T. H. Thomas, A. J. Riess and M. F. Bah u sen. Itchiness of the skin, horrible plague. Most every liody afflicted in one way or another" Only one safe never failing cure. Doan's Ointment. At any drug store. 50 cents. For sale bv Marshall & Fisher. THE SAatE GOD MADE 13 ALL. BT WILL 11. DIXON. I Written for Ths Akuus. I Now some folks seem to th.uk they 're made of better clay. Than just the common mortals we meet with They act as tho' they 're better than folks 1 ke you and me. Hut just how they make it out. for my life I eanno' see. it's nut the hou-e bilks live in. nor yet He clothes they wear. That niale Mime 'people better than other j.ple are: Why. one Dim s as trood as another, be he areiit or le he small. For wc all came down from Adam, ai.il tiie same Cod made us all. TU not the money makes the man. nor th I wealth that he mav huld. One man's as good as another, be he youn or be he old: Some may Iwiast of ancestors proud, and of tucir Kfiiiiii uiiu lame. Kut when we eume to si ft it down, my friends. w e re alxiut ihe same: We all have sj.ruui? from Adam hi about the self-same wav. The nmte-ial. too. is niiout the same, we re all made oj rommiin clay: And one man's as ood as another, be he irreat or be he small. For we all came (low n from Adam, and the same i:od made us all. Now w hen you see a fellow mm bowed down w itb grief and eare. When the burden placed upon him seems trrealPr than hi can bear. Just w all; riutit i. and take his baud, and tell hiui you're his friend: Thai you will help him bear Lis load, aud s'.aud liv bun to the end: And treat all men with kindness that in life you chance lo meet. EueU man ana bjy and toiler that you meet upon the s- reel; For we ail belo-ir to one brotherhood, rich aid peor. ureat and Miiuil. We all came down from Adam and the same God made us all. Rock Island. 111., July JO. IS.. Angustana College. The summer school of the commer cial department is now closed. Dr. C. O. Granere returned from his trip to Pennsylvania last evening. Manager J. Jespetvou and his fami ly are sending the summer in the Kocky mountains. I tran t Hultbcrg. "'J!S, has been elected associate editor of the Angus tana, this city. Mr. Hultber"' has accepted. Key. Aimer, of Zion Lutheran church, left last evening for Minneap olis, where he will take a month of needful rest. Prof. J. A. Hexall is conducting a class in bookkeeping by correspond ence during the summer. Splendid success is reported. Everything is ijniet around the col lege buildings. More than half of the faculty have left for their respective places of recreation. President Olsson returned from Swedesburg. Iowa, last evening, where he attended the funeral of the late Oliver Stephenson. The basement and the lirst story of the new book concern building have been completed. The whole building will probably be linishcd by Oct. 1. The advertising for the coming school year will soon begin. Twelve thousand handsome circulars have lieon printed for the commercial de partment, and 10.000 for the conserv atory of music. The protpects for a big year have never Ut'ii so bright as thev are for the coming year. ItccMen'a Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world fur cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin erup tions, and jMisitively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money re funded. Price 2' cents jier Imix. Foi sale bv Hart. & Uilemever. Shake Lnto Your Shoes Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the feet. It cures painful swollen, smart ing, nervous feet and instantly takes the sting out of corns aud bunions. It's the greatest comfort discovery of the age. Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight or new shoes feel easy. It is a certain cure for sweating, callous and hot. tired, aching feet. Try it today. Sold by all druggists and shoe stores, liv mail for cents in stamps. Trial package free. Address Allen S. Olm sted. Le Koy, X. Y. yulck Kellef for Asthma. Foley's Honey and Tar is guaran teed to give prompt relief in all cases of asthma. Do not class this with other medicines that have failed to give relief. (live it a trial. For sale bv T. II. Thomas. W in your battles against disease bv acting promptly. One Minute Cough Cure produces immediate results. When taken early it prevents con sumption. And in later stages it furnishes prompt relief. T. II. Thomas. A. J. Riess and M. F. Bahn- sen, druggists. To Cnre Conitipatlon Forever. Take famarets Caidv Cathartic. 10c or 55 If G C. C. fail to cure, druggist, refund money.' rnbllratlon Notice Chancery. MeCaskr'.n & JlcCaskrin. Attorneys and Coi.n- seuors. State of Illinois, i Rock Lsland county, f M- In the circuit court of the said county and state, lo the September term thereof. A. D.. Emm Haer vs. Charles Baker, in chan cery divuree. Affidavit of non-residem-e of Pharl it .tor tile above named defendnm. havinir heon rfi.lv certified and sworn to and filed in ih ,iru omee of the said county and state, showing that the residence of the alx.ve named de- lenuam is unnnow n. anil mat due aud diliireot laijmrv nas neen rnaoe to ascertain ihe sa-re 1 1 otiee is therefore herebv t-iven tn th :i rt defendant that the said c imnlainant tiled her : bill of complaint in s. it court on the chancery side thereof on the 9th dav of Julr a i : Itvs. and -hat thereupon a summons was N- t i!frf mil dt k.i ,l i-.iirr. v : I - - -- ........ utriTjtu ,ti, uil IS Q(1H I pending, returnable en the third Monday of ' Septemter next a is lv law reauired. ) Now unless you. t'harles Baker, the de I fendan above turned, shall personally be and appear before said circuit court of I Kock Island county, on the first dav . of ihe ueii term thereof, to be boiden at Rock isiauu. ia hock isianu county, and the st te oi inn ois on me rjrst dav of the next SeD- tember term on the third Mondav of the month of September next and then and there to plead, answer or demur to the said complainant s bill of complaint, the same together with the matters and things therein charired and stated will be taken as confessed, aud a decree en lS ayainst you according to the prayer of Rock Island Illinois. July SI. 1898 UE iKiiEtiAMBLC Clerk. M 'CASkttix i M Task his. Comp:atnant ' Solicitors. One Consolation. There is one congelation in beiujj ou ' Hie shady side of life. When a man gets to lie 50 years or so and he says of a yutmg woman, "Cuufmmd it, if I j wasn't married already I'd marry the ' girl myself," ho actually believes she ' womu nave mm. lnis is as good as get ting her, better perhaps. Boston Tran script. bisn. "Was that man ever a far.nerr" in quired Mrs. CorctossL'l. "Xo, " answered her husband very positively. "But he's always talkin about the delights (;f livtu iu the country. " "That s what shows he never was a farmer. " WatJiiugtou ritar. I do not believe tier is a case of dyspep sia, indigestion or Any stomach trouble that cannot be re lieved at once end permanently cured bv my DYSPEPSIA CUKE. MUXYOX. At all crupfri'ts, 25c. a vial. Guide to Health and medi cal advice free. 1505 Arch street, Itiila. Amusenieiits. THE TWO JACKS . . . VAUDEVILLE THEATRE 217-21H IVrry Street, Davenport. Billy Woodruff, Manager. Only First Class Place of Amusement In the City . II A strictly high class Vaude ville entertainment every night in the week and Sun day matinee at 2:30. Admission (iallcry "5C'ent 13 Centa Doors open at 7:o0. perform ance commences at ri:15. Don't forget Sunday matinee at -J For Particulars Sea Small Bills. ELY'S CREAM BALM is a postrlveenro. Ary ino the noftrilB. It is quickly absorbed. 59 tents at Proectati or by mail ; samples 10c by mail ELY BU0TUEK8, 3 Warren Bu, Kew Tork City. IN EDGEWQQD PARK, ROCK ISLAND. 00 D 0 8V AVEMu'E ! I I m -7i 1 yJ tilliaq needed. Amply (haded by larje naiurai trei Sewers, water mains, sidewalks, etc, already in None kut high grade, modern acmes in neighbor heod. Equally accessible te business centers o both cities by Trl City Electric Railwsy. Hti agustsni Cellega and 7th Ward Public School Eaty walkiro distance to C, R. I. a P. depot, nd round house, also t U. S. Arcenal and principa Molina factories. Ths ssren lots indicated by sha jiig it ibova p r still be sold at trj low prices il taken seon. WH? A. II. KOiII.Cn, tosm 3, Poii OSc Block. Uniine. U 1T2 ths most fatal of si! iiscases. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CDRfc a GUARANTEED rcmedj 31 money refunded. Con tains rexcuies recognized all eminent physicians is the best for Kidney and Sladdcr troubles oM h W 9 Rthn'mi. Jtrwts with yon wefber on crntlnoe th DerT'.-lll!t;(TIOIMmi,naMt. AfKl rraii ie. ll.e ti- r- lortot-f-o. w tine, poriiiss the u oi, rc-tfTij I k i lTidf iruio. oa 'iroutr-ay IllaUViid 400. 0a inhalfh.nervr anapo TOBi('lr.m ill vouch fores TJtrttw:tri Tour ova arcmnt. who onx, ti, uMia.iy cum, a ivxe'. 9i M, S Iff sVit aH I C5 H Bf WERE Li the oM iuighUn-hood. Our stiKk of frtvlisli fwtwear lms Uh h moved into ll.e hand some remodeled store room at 1702 Second avenue, next door to our old Wati.m ia the Benpjston block. In moving we noted many lines of jjoods that wc will ruh out at big bargain lijrures. The goods comprise a variety of styles, and in tilting yourself out in footwear you cannot miss it now by calliag. Give us a chance to make vour feet feel comfortable and please your pocket book as well. Yours For Reliability, WRIGHT & BKRBER Leaders in Shoes. STEAMBOATS Diamond Jo Line. St. Ixmis & St. Paul racket Co., elegantly fitted steamers between above points as follows: SI BAM R II Ql'INCT. ,L-.... 1 1, .a.. t km j. i ' g p. nr. r 1 s; . k j G'lini; Xorth at A'uon. Going South C a. m. June 13. CJ June If. 27. July I. 10, in. 29. July d. I.V 35. A ii. 7. 17. id. A ill?. :l. 14. 31. Sept. 4. M. Sept. . 111. STEAMRR l)CHCySE. (ioiUQ Xiirth at Sum. O'uinj South t a. m. June 18. i7. Jur.e CS. Julv IS. '-'4. Jiilv 2. II, 20. 29. Auu: X. l'i. 21. 31. Auir. H. 1 7. Sept. V. lo. Sept. 1 1. 'Si. Carnival City Packet Co. Regular Kock, Island & Burlington packet steamer W. J. Young. Jr.. handsomely equipped. leaves for Bur lington stvery Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4:30 p. m. Steamer V. J. Young, Jr.. leaves every Sunday at 3:3U p. in. with siecial excursion to Muscatine, returning at 11 p. in. Round trip, including supier, 1, or 75 cents without supper. Acme Packet Co. Rock Island and Davenport & Clin ton and Fulton packet line. Fat and iiuely equipped steamers City of Wi nona and Verne Swain. Delightful steamers for pleasure parties. Boats leave at 7 a. m. and 3:15 p. m. Boats meet at LeCIaire. Round trip to that point oO cents. To partiies of 10 or more, round trip rate to Clinton 7oc. Regular Sunday round trip rate to Clinton 50c. For freight and passenger rates and all other information in regard to anv of the above lines impure of GEO. LAMOXT&SOX. Agents. Foot of 17tli St. Telephone 1105. ar' beidt. T B REIDTi Otra Tmt li mit and Hart it Inturrd. Reldy Bros. Real Estate, Insurance and Loans, Room 4, Mitchell & Lviule Buildin". Telephone 100:.'. REMOVAL GET THE BEST Plombiog, Heating. Gas Fitting, Sewer Pipe. 11 Work GrurtatMd- Uoaenfleld Droa It 9 TUIKO TEBUl mm m-iTui.'. 1 i isiii BACK A Pr ovoldng TasK CTTXD OXE wblt h ii enough to make the righteoni pro JX ho ocd be forgiTen, ia an old etove that won't draw when one ia in a hurry for their breakfast. When yon can bay a superior stove or range that is handsome and useful, a good baker, and of the very best manufacture, that we sell at each low prices why bother with a use less old hulk. BAKER OPPOSITE HaUPt'R linnet ill i Raising Rock Island Savings Bank, Rook Island, III. Incorporated Under the State Law. MOlsIYLOASrDOI PIESOHAL COLLATES! 0 1 lEAli ElTA'E EJjain OFFICEItS 3. M. Kuford. president. John C'ruliautrh. Vice lresident. I. Greenawalt. Cashier. Dean bustne July J. lifo and oerupy the S. l. mrner ol Mitchell l.vmle m new building. PFIlNYRflYll - 9Tum " " w -S inr aevelopav-nt of orran and X them. Caituot dn harm l.r a rartUa. OR, MOTT'tt For sale by It. F. Bahumn. drngpist. Aaalajarc'a otiee. Notice h hereby civen that in puru:itiee ot so order of the county court of Kock Island county. IllinoK I sb.ll ou Saturdjv. Julv I, at 10 o'clock tn the fim-noon. at itteea: door of the court bouse, in the cliv of Rock island, county and Mate afdrevaid offer for ale to the bicbent and best bidder tbe real e taie. known and described as parts of )ot even f7) and elirht (K). block fortT-tbree Uf). In tbe city of Rock IsUnd. as aforesaid, to ketber wltb all bop and ILstarea eoauDobly called tbe Varletv Woodwork Dted at Rock Island. Ill . tbta ltb day of July, im. C. UeixptssTcu, Aiuee. m AGAIN m 14 - & KNOX V Cor. Nineteenth street t and Second Avenue. ( the Ante On Wines. Beers and Ales in tic war taxwill not affect our patrons in the prices that wc are wiling at. Wc have a large stock of fine old wines. : les. whiskies, gins, brandies and Winter's bitters of the let foreign and do mestic production, that we arc vtill selling at jn-acc prices. B. WINTER. Telephone 3 on 1301 4k Third Ateniie 1C11 Four Per Cent Paid on Deposits. WRW.TOKS II ft. ('utile. Wm Wiini.-rt m. Jolin ruliauyb, Iliil Mii. Im II. Ii I. li'lJI. I. SlttMMi K W. Hurst, J M llaford. Joiin v.;. Solicitors JiK-kson t Hurst. T1 o 7' -Trim i" VTK-' a. Iri. i'iii..r.tr iitid mi.s-i.i. lu n ui v.-n" und lr.irl "ijLun of Bicti. irui.i.. I ." Tb'T urn MUln Sum r PHIS. Wi lirfr)atwonni,-..:. hodr. N kaoira r-jjisly for wmti . . rc-rirTK ri'n' re tl boa Ii sauX CHUMICAI. CO- CUl..j. Okie tt rfr)at wonani,'l. n d- Ohio. cor. Fr.nrth Aw. and Twentieth St. vv ' " V i ;:i?'lr WTl J