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TITE AEGTJS, FRIDAY. MARCII 10. 1S99.
PubiknM TViIly and Tvefc!y 1824 Keeor.fl
.Avenue. V.itci: Inland, ILL (Entered l Ue
Postoaice aa Second-ciaaa matter.)
fit THR MME UP t. W. FOTTKR
TERMS Dally. 10 cents per celt Weekly.
ti 00 per annum: In klvuce 11.50.
All communications ol political or argun.cn
tatlve Character, political or religious, must
b7c real Dame attached fcr Duplication No
ucb article will tic printed over llcwouS siB
eatures. Correspondence solicited from erery town
ship In Rock Island county.
Kkiiiav, Mai:i H 1U.
JriBifrr:iiitf 4':iUfUH. ami Convention.
Tnc ! iijmt:j c vr.tt-r-. of ll.e city of II
I-. iitil nn- i to n.eel at their rd-pt-e-t.-.
v. .it Tui-d.i - ti.-.'. Mar. h II al
o rl'M-!: p rn . to nom n-.te mif candidate ill
Ca"h v. a'tl a.di'rrn hi. .e.tl to e!eet thiec
rxt.:-n.'r ir lie" tr. rm 'intife and to e'nof
cleie--:iti" i tie f.:; !i.vnhi; eoiiwTitir.rj
The .L JfiMi w .it in' l.i lit in the lrpecu . e
war.l- as bninw-.
l-ir-d '.Vard Noli: s co:d nibce
SrtM.'.tl Waul Sio.nl s hall.
'I turd Waul -l.il 1 Third a.x-.UR.
K'larin Vi'anl - Kn'H Kautz's livery stable
J-'tftli Wi.nl Hose lioiisi! oa T'a ent.-seeond
-ix !: Ward -Fifth avenue TwtT.ty-sixth
- 'Vi- .'.li WanI Old No. 7 school hous,;.
'i l.e of representation will he one dele
k'.t I'l fafli )i vgti" ir iiUji.r fraction then.
iff t'at for the democrat h; na'tociul ticket la
I".'.. F.i'-t. wi.nl i- cnl '.led (Icn'.iusi
... I "
K: f vv aril .
Si-ftiriil m aril . .
Thiril - ai il . ... -l
Four i w nl 1 r;
Fifth tivil ;tn
Scll'MH want '.:.!
Iflt'.'4:e electi-d i-i tf.tir rt" pee live ward-.
.1 a t iiiiiie at Tuitirr hi'.U ! hursi'ay evi'inii-.
M.:riti l'. al i'loci. tit nomiliate canilalatt-'.
ltr li,a i . i'it y i'lt.r. y alt orney. city I rea-
l:ti-r. Itto ax-.:-laril v Jper iti--.. iL-.e-itir alul
coiif'Tor and -.flci't a chaii ni.iti of Ihc citv
ti-w i.-!i.p i-oici.'ti: ice. v.". I'. Mil i KtK.
Cha.rutaii I 'oiiiUjitlc-e
An (iii". soldier writing 1 1 n i i f from
Cuba. -:',-. t ti sat ino-t of the insurgent
ariiiv i iclii ii:-: ! ! In- hilis ami or-
jrniiiino; icto ffii !: r bandits.
M. I'm: (I i:.i . of 1 h'lctt arc. whose
term expired Saturday, finds I: i i it
.i If I ran-ferred to :i L'nited States
i'-.trii-t jili-Iii. ami doubtless scos
ii i in -! f in tin: vi-itii of tin! fill ii it- in
the rul.i's ff n jil-tii-c of tin' sii prcini?
u rt nf tin- l'iiit-"l Slatrs. 'l'iii' sen
ator was inn: of tli. Paris ytr.vf -niii-ini--iiiii
WlllLK )asHitio tliroiih l!rc:iii:iin.
Ilii.. !:i-l liilit. '. J. ISrvaii w:ii
li'i li'd liv an -ntlni-iitstic cio.vil at
tlif lcjot. Arnorij; tin- j"tj!v :t--c!i!
lilt'ii :n a voiin Ia!y nami'il Iluiiv
Janlnrr. v!io .-owlt! t!ir nctv ri'iiti- !
faun' liv a-kin .Mr. ! Si van to ki; lit'r.
Altlimiii a':il cut I v ;i::itiy .s'ilrisiil
at tin.' ri'L'tiiii;. tin- stali'siuaii ijuii'kl v
rciKvcrttl luiiiiilf ami aiiswornl
gently. Mv ili-ar woman. I am liol
Hob.-Miti." TLc wuuiaii Ii!u!ili1 tlcojily
(i f.i.v Vit ;ni;iA. tiic i-:n press of
Inilia. lias tun natives -f Imlia to
wait npmi !ur when .she fats. We
may now expect as another evivlence
of the hoinl of sympathy that exists
ltetueen AnierU:i an-l the mot her
laml at this part ieiilar moment of ter
ritorial eo!t!iiatio!i that l'resitli:jit
MeKinley. the emperor of tlio lhili
pi lies, will have a pair of native Fil
ipinos rapt ured to tin special service
in the roval hoii-e!iolil at Ya.hin;'ton.
ISkioKK tlie l!otoii lJeform cluli
last evi'iiiiiL: Senator CalTery maile an
impressive ami teilini; aihlress on the
mils of the imperialistic tendency t
w a ril which the nation is bliwllv
! ii ii iri I) -JT- lie spoke of the aIminis
tration's policy as one harkenin;; to
the teacliin-rs ef Asiatic fatalism, in
oppo-itinii to the iiihest tlictates of
American I'nscieiice. He ilecl.nel
that it is not too late to untlo t l.e
mistakes that the l'aris treaty involvi s
to this country, and ave warnini
thoruiii to this nation that the star i f
empire may lead it on to.
TllK siilimiirine cables of the world
liiliiil-er 1, ". ami they have an a-re-
If not, omcihint must be
wrong with its food. If the
mother's ml!K doesn't nour
ish it, she needs SCOTT'S $
EMULSION. It supplies the
elements of fat required for
the baby. If baby is not
nourished by it artificial
food, then it rcauires S
Half a teaspoor.ful three ?
or four times a day in its
bottle wHI have the desired $
effect. It seems to have a t
magkai effect upon babies X
and chHdrcn. A fifty-cent
bottle will prove the truth $
of our statements. , I
Should be tkea la summer ss 4
well as winter.
joe. a-d fi.oo. all Jfr.f.i.
SCOTT & BOW Nt. Chemist. Ntw Voile.
srite ltncth of r. bo tit 170.000 m:I.
Xirlv -ort f'i lncs cross th- At
lantic": and the Mediterranean i-cros-ed
and recrr.scet! in its entire
length ami breadtli by numerous lines,
while lines tiirot-h the Indian oci-.ni
coniieet tiie far east with Knrnp.-; anil
Aiu.-ricji. Tiie (Inlf i;f Mexico and
Cai'iiblx-an sea arc trjiverretl in ali
dircctiims !;. the .-iibinariue wire-,
ai.tl loops join port to jK-rt mi the
.South American coast ami alio almi;
the i-a.-jtirn coast of Asia. The 1'acilic
will in t iie near future lj u ndcrlaid
with cables, from jre.-.eiit indications.
Tin. alarniiii-; ri-jmris that have
Iieen tironht tf tiiis country bv thse
lately ret u rniii from Manila, "of Ad
miral 1-1-,'Wey's failing healtli. have
naturallv awakened the most intense
anxiety ali over the land, ami the
solicitude that the nation feels for
the hero who occupies a place in tiie
hearts of his count rv mi n second to
no "Teat American in the country's
history will not abate until Jiew'cv
is a-.Tiin on lii-s native shores. The
elTct t of tlie lonj pi'riod of care, of
anxiety, ami of respon-ibiiity that have
ol low eil his m-irvclous achievement s
of a little less than a year :i-n mit'lit
rjuite reasonably Ifc'iii to show in the
health ot ti:e admiral, and that
In; realizes, himself, what tiie conse-
ijiienees of tin; strain may be was
shown lately when lie staled in an
interview that he sometimes won
dered if he would ever see his native
land aain, but lie added with eharac
teri.ttie spirit that to think of leaving
the riiilippines until all cxNtWi:' trou
bles were settled was out of the ijut's
tion. Tiie ad in i it i -t l;it ion is emleav-orin-
to e;ct out of the added unneces
sary lepon.ib':!ities it has placed on
llewcy'.s shoulders since the war with
Spain ended, by staLin tiiat he was
some lime a"o iven permission to
nine home. The Washington inthi-i-i.t-es
will knew that with u man like
Dewey Mich a .sli"eM ion could be
safely made tiiat v. hile d uty dictated
otherwi.-e he would not leave his post
under any ciircumstanees. The
simple facts are that the
inner circle al tlie capital ilocs not
want licwey to ivt urn, as bm-r at least
as tlie brilliancy of his achievement is
irc-.ii in tiie minds of his country men.
The administration is afraid of the
prestige of the admiral's popularity.
lioweM'i. tin.' Ury of Iewey will not
fai In as h'n- as tliere are iiuinan be
ings on earlii. a ml if an ail-wise provi
dence spares him to a nation which
went to war for a noble cause, but
ivIum' jruiilin; spirit ha-- brought out
of the cniii-nest a policy of criminal.
iin-Amcrle.ni are'-sion. the p?ople
will not be i-low to ilemoustrate
their fei'liii";s towapl him. no matter
when he come-.
For a Flowrr I'arty.
Xt".v '.'r'; I've'iinu Wn-Iil.
The lolloivin;; questions uere jriven
iilaiecent llowerpaltv. Thcoucstions
were written on the inside ol a hand
painted wild rose, which when folded,
resembled a tiny bud just opening:
1. rrajrraut letter.
'J. Homau numerals.
''. A tattered songster.
. A mural decoration.
'. A very precise hulv.
i'.. My lirt wears her second on
7. The hours before my Kniiiish
s. My lirt is often sought for inv
My Iirst is a gay lad. My sec
ond a ferocious animal.
in. A young man's farewell to his
1 1 . Her reply to him.
1-. My first is a name of a bird.
My second is used by cavalry men.
i:. My tir-t is sly, but cannot
wear niv second.
1 1. My Iirst is made in a dairy, bill
is seldom served in niv second.
l.". Juccn of llowers.
The following are the answers:
I. Sweet peas. Ivv (IV). :.
H igired Hobin. t. Wall" How er. :.
Wall flower. 0. luly clipper. 7.
Four o'clock. s. "Marigold.
Dandelion, lu. Forget-me-not. 11.
Sweet William." 12. Larkspur.
1:1. Foxglove. 11. Iiuttereups. 1".
Sialn"i (ireatest Neftl.
II. V. niivi.i, of ISarcelona.
Spam, spends his winters at Aiken. S.
C. Weak nerves had caused severe
pains in the back of tlie head. On
using Kleetrie Hitters. America's
greatest Hiood and Nerve Hemedy. ail
pain soon left him. He says this
grand medicine is what his country
needs. All America knows that it
i tires liver and kidney trouble puri
ties t he bo;d. tones up the stomach,
strengthens the nerves, puts vim. vigor
and new life into every muscle, nerve
and organ of the ImhIv. If weak, tired
or ailing you need it. Every bottle
guaranteed, only oO cents. Sold by
Hart. ii L'llemeyer. druggists.
I'neiiiuouia follows la grippe, but
pneumonia cannot follow tiie use of
Foley's Honey ami Tar. Pneumonia
is striking down hundreds of those
who thought they were cured of la
grippe. Foley's Honey and Tar. taken
during or after la grippe, is guaran
teed to prevent pneumonia.
As the season of the year when
pneumonia, lagrippe, sore throat.
coughs, colds, catarrh, bronchitis and
Inn:? troubles are to be ruarUd
ttrainst. nothing "is a line substitute"'
will "answer the iiuriiose." or is
just as gocd"' as' One Minute Cough
Cure. That is the oue infallible
remedy for all lun;;, throat or bron
chial 'troubles. Insist vigorously
upon having it if "something else" is
ottered you. Fer sale by T. H.
Thomas," A. J. Keiss and M." F. Hahn
Ss-iirbM for tiny Crete
Goi-inteed tobacco habit enre. makes war jc
(sec strops, bloo-t yura. iocu Ali drifts i
LETTER FROM DANIELSON.
yiYr .",I"'i;il Il'iir From llm k I'Und Sl-lit-r
in I'Mlij'i iocs.
The folIm.vin'X letter was received
today lv Mnvor Medii!:
rJrreV.'!"!-. I'. I . Jan. 10. is;:).
M ivor McdiM. Hock Island Dear Sir:
I take the privilege of writinir a f-kvr
lines tn vim. as I am the only per-on
in the United States army in tlio I'hil
ippiues from the lovely city of Kock
liiaml. I left your city June 6 of last
year. Since then I have seen a tourii
life, but i:t vcnhcli'-s I still stand
ready to tiht for old trlory. and rep
re .-cut Hock I-liiml :n the riiilippines
as licit ! know how. When 1 left
home for this country I realized that
I was tin oiilv oi.e from Hock Island.
It was a tedious trip across the e'reat
ocean packet! on a irocp -ship fc r oj
days. When we landed we were
placed i.i the lilt' of battle, remaiiiiiii;
in t he t renehi s until A;l. l.", when
we remember d tin- Maine, entered
the citv. piiiled down the Spani-h
colors and hoisted the stars ami
A f"W days after t his occurrence I
wis loituiciie enough to p't a few
relic id the war. One of these I
value very hc;h!v. .'ind hope to have
the privilfj-e in the ne ir future of
handing it to the niavor of the city of
Kock island as a 'relic of the liS
I have not writ ten TllK Ai:;rs for
inite a while, because when the mail
would reach the paper the news would
In- stall-, as it takes so lon to i'.'t a
letter from litre to America. I re
ceived a letter yesterday from Hock
Island that wa- stamped iu the post
ollice there Nov.
lIoiinr I iiiive done no harm in
writing you. 1 will bid you adieu,
with I'i'st regards t Company A.
yourself ami I'ricmls. sincerely yours.
M lKTIN II. DwiKL-i ,
loth 1'. S. Infantry, I'hiiippine I.sl-an-ls.
Arnold's lirorao Ceiery cares head
aches; 10, 2,5 an.! 50 centu. lltiss1
. . . .the British soldiers were mven. coffee to
stimulate them in their
will carry 3 011 through a
a vivifying, grateful and comforting beverage,
absolutely mire ana wholesome. It is crown m
the finest coffee lands of Arabia, and is blended
and roasted under a new process by an expert.
Packed whole in sealed tin cans to keep out germs.
A trial will convince you of its merit.
Try st and send us your verdict.
If your groei r ibiCR nol keep it send us his name with
your Ui'.'cr naming this paper, anil we will tee that you
lire i tip; lied. A beautiful little booklet giving the history
of collee sent on receipt of two cent stamp to pay postage.
THOMSON & TAYLOR SPICE CO., CHICAGO, ILL.
'- --.-Vt.-OsV .- s,.
C .t sr . "r - .
RneIf Islnnd Steam LaimiJn
li.VUKHSFKLI) & Si;xTON: 1S14 Thinl Ave. Telephone 103.
A Healthy Child.
rrv ! i rrr
THE OCTAVO MASGUERADE.
IlnrrT Social Event nt Armnry Uall Lt
The masquerade of the Jolly Octavo
Cine)) club at Armory hall last nijjht
was a delightful social success, li
was jriven on the subscription plan
and the quests limited to one hundred
couples. The club, in order to ac
commodate all its friends, was obliged
to exceed the limit, however, and the
result was one of the happiest anil
merriest allierins that has assem
bled in a lone; time at the armorv. A
unique feat tire was the a ppcai ancc of
the members of the orchesta. ISleuer's,
in tli ionises. There, were numerous
slrikiu costumes amoii- the dancers.
The sijxnal u remove masks was yiven
at 11:30, in the midst of a cake walk.
liuctrleu'a Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts',
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands
chilblain, ccrns and all skin erup
tin, and positively cures piles or i.e.
pay required. It is fHinrantecd to
il'ivc perfect sati-iaction or money re
funded. IViee 'J.'t cents per box. " For
sale by Hart, tfc L'llemeyer.
('.till; IKilvn Hill.
People sit.Terino; Irom kidnev iiis
eases feel a prradual but steaily loss of
strength and vitality. '1'hey shouhl
lose no time in trying Foley's Kidney
Cure, a iruaranteeil preparation.
For frost bites, burns, indolent
sores, ee.eina, skin disease, ami
especially piles. De Witt's Witch Hazel
Salve stands iirst and best. Look out
for dishonest people who try to imi
tate and counterfeit it. il's their
en Icrsement of a oooil article
Worthless troods are not imitated.
(ijt DeWit't's Witch Hazel Salve.
For sale bv T. H. Thomas, A. J. lieiss
and M. F. Hahiisen, ilrtiists.
Hani C'cial, Coke Hiitl Wooil.
'Indiana block for furnaces, canncl
for grates. Cubic and Athens lump
ami nut lor stoves.
K. IS. McKows.
marches across the desert.
long business da3r. It is
Beauty Is Uppermost
Is the work of the Rock Island
Steam Laundry. By modern
methods and careful and skilled
help their laundry work is the best
that is turned out in this vicinity.
Their services is prompt and pa
trons are treated with courtesy.
Lives in a house that has
good plumbing:. If the
plumbing is not perfect
the little fellow cannot be
healthy. When there is
anything the matter with
the pipes in your house
send for us.
The renl estate and personal taxes
are now due and payable nt the town
ship collector's otiice on the Iirst floor
of the court house.
Timothv O'Nf.im.. Collector.
"ANTrJ 1'IIAMBEKMAID AT THE
TAXTF.D HOARDERS). CHOICE ROOMS
and board al 2iM Fourth avenue.
ANTED A I11KT. FOIf GENEKAL
b,i::sv wtirk 1.1II at T01 Fourth avenue.
A lllRI. TO !X I1KNKKA1,
Ki ratl: avesue.
fauiily ot tnree. iil
AN'Tr'l) A C.lor lilTt!. nil! 11KNKUAI.
iioUNe irk. Aim'I.v ut Ajr. 1 hoiuas
ii. .'16 Seventh avciue.
WAXTF.D PrPir.S V.'IPIIINO TO TAICK
1 1 jirivate lessoi.s in tlaneliiir can tlo so by
et.nuir.1.1; ;.l -. 10 l ilth :c. euue. Jones.
ANTHI CANVASSERS WITH RIP
.'M'iii'i' to -1 11 :i line of 1 111---Iii ll root's
t.n:e. l:;ll al '.iS T er.l lei h s'n el.
WANTED ENKIMETIC S At.l'.SMFN-
Sih.iil Niip ies. 1'iiiiniry vuiK;ili:
s:'.iarv ar.il hlii'ral :uU!i: itnal eoinaii ivions. R.
O. Kvari A. Co . Chi.'auM.
WANTED IU H'SE OE AI5'1'1' SIX
r.mir. fiir familv v illi no small eliiltlren.
I 'Ttrnl l ca; ion pi t'li'i'i eil Aililres. !'. K.
Cnx. coii'iiv treasurer s n!!;.'e.
-1 1 'ANTEII- HORSED TO CI.IP I!Y
t I '.ei'triei'. v. ! tl.e Mel rnuolin.ri huis.
s:nifi::i: !:ij. cii:er Thinl aatl '.ick Islaatl
s'.reeis. Ceor.'eSliu'.e. ll.iveiunirt. Iowa.
T-AXTED EMPLOYMENT 1Y A MAX -1
it es'.rs of a-'c. OeHverinis for fted sale
1'.ih;m p.efe'.'reil. Cn fuinish cnnit reference.
Call en in adiliesj Oliver Sicanlan, A'lfi 'lLinl
r A XT I it: - A HOOD I '( KDiC ALSO A CO.M
t pel en; see.iiifl ltii I. Thoe vln will not
ei-jet'l in iiMi:ir 10 t'uieai in'eterred. Ap
jiiy a; onec at liotl E; si t ittet.-:itli tireol. lln-
f-lT ANTHD SiTfATlOX AS ASSISTANT
V tniiK1eii''r or irlerU in i-'roeerv stt"e:
twttyeacs I'vut-nont'.o; tri tl reference, 'lele-plioni-'J.Mi.
1 lavenpon . or HiMasi M. H. Ilooth.
lis Eiist Secontl sireet. Davenport. Iowa.
WAXTED 'JOOD SOLICITORS IX ROCK
. T IhiiicI to taut ortlers for ihe celebrateti
SiTiL'cr M.''.vir.tr maelilue. A Xo. 1 contract
piven to ri'lit parlips. Call on or address the
Siiifcr Manufaeturinrf coiiipaiy. 417 Harrison
sireet, Davenport, Iowa.
rAX ir.D l'Ul'H.S IN FREEHAND AND
ineehanieal drawing. l'en and Ink,
china pain; iter and new irieluod or water col
ors. Chiilrm's class Saiuniay alteinoors.
iib Iirst lesson and maierial Iree. Class iu
I lie evening. Lessons ri cents. Miss l'la'.t..
studio XK Kinhteenth street.
T-ANTE1 TO LOAN MONEY ON PI A
T inones. ,ateh'S. jewelry, hardware,
miiKloal Instruments, bit'veles, e'tMliin.T. dry
(cMies;. furniture. tii!. lliirhest cash pritres
oa;d for seeoi.d hand ootids of all kinds ulso.
Tut: above foods for sale at half the usn-al
store prices. All business transactions si rictiy
contidenlial. tlis new number and location
Seeoml aciiue. Don t. forsel U. J. W
Jones. Two riiiKS on lito".
T.IOR RENT THE STORE. SC.t SEVEN
X1 teenth street, formerly occupied s har-
oess shop. tit.MHl local urn for any kind of bus!
D' ss. JiK.uire of F. U . Sauerajau, Z-il Klh
!OK RENT NEW I.f'DCE ROOM. WHAT
was t'emerlv tb Stanilard club rooms.
Hns been li ted up with new and complete
lod'-e ro;,m Uinoure and llxtuies, and
tv'tiianil ready fur irsnclion. Cheap rem
meatn beat. Appiyel Krell Mam.
IjIOR SALfTWOOOODRUlLDING ITS
X1 MxlfO feet, uear C, U. I Sl V. depot, a
J"tOIt SALlv TWONICEHOMESOX THIRD
A av'ci.ue. one friMl. the ol her .Tl.loii; paving;
paid lor. inquire at 11 10 i biru avenue.
OR SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM
All k.iids of fruit: uood buildniirs: near
town. A bargain lorbomu one if talcen soon
Jordoc n Uowman.
VTIOH SALE AT A SACRIFICE. 40-ACRE
X farm near town. Iots of luuit. To le
sold cheap to settle an estate. HOrt; Is a bar
gain cheap for eas.h. No trade. Gordon &
LIOR SALE COAL. IN ANY QUANTITY
A- of ffi biishes or over at til so per ton. do
uvered U. O. 1). to any partof the oily. Leave
i'(3era at OoonniPrcial housn barbershop, Book
isiBni, or I'Jnoa jamca, Muan.
ilOR SALE CllEP LOTS IN li'MAS
tcr's ivtldititin, old baseball erounds. These
lets will be .sold from ni upward; small
amount down, balance on lonj time at fi per
cent. RciUy l.'ros., room 4, Mitc&cll & Lyude
I7?OR SAT SI A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
. with about 60 dlHercr.t slides. sultabM for
illlntr icfc-al biar.ks or any description of paper
n d at form to be kept in t.hape for writing.
A comprehensive index connected. Just ike
mmg ror any cmco w:in contracts, etc., to
la. Aaarej.s n. u., care oi thiahgcs.
T OST-AN OPEN-FACED LADIES' GOLD
X J watch in the vie nitv of Twenty-third St
about t wo weehs at'o. Under return to Ak
GTS Olllce and receive reward.
.1 I . . . . ,A . .. , IT ,-i. .
' K'lrl- I'M.ni'.) . MM. r.SLlllUIi, 111. SCU-
uiiu avenue, hilu'iui uijiiuil or reuiivai rie
lso maki;tt ciliettions hard ur.M ;l snri:iltTr
TTELP V.'ANTED LADIFS TO MAKE
XX bandages at home for lare surgical
house. Earn 10 wee!:!y. i nclose addressed
tamped en ve;ope lor reply. Marshall at Co.,
Urootuyo, .H. x.
"TR5. M. Mi .'GEE. INDEPENDENT SLATE
a'l. wrilt-r. c;airvoant and business me
dium. All mai te.s, of m trriatc. divorce.
heparati. !!-. fami'v t.-oubles. law. l-j'-lc, etc
n.i-ssin' pertons or paiers: lost or stolen arti
cles. 'J ue oniy Klaie writinir medium weal of
CLica),'0. si 1 1 if teenth street.
The oniy Cement, that is not effected
by iieat or moisture.
Otto Grotjan. 1.101 Second Ave.
A J. Kiess, Fourth Ave.
J. M. Keim, 7th Ave. ami 3tb St
Otto Kudert. 5th Ave. and Elm St
SWe Have Through Economical Methods
and successful efTorts ln-eu able to o forward nerer allowin;;
y out selves to lar neither in quality nor price. The result U that K4
23 each succeeding day has placed us in a Ix-tter shape to sell the
w ocsi jrocHts at iiiu iimcsi in ite
jpj we are receiving tells the story
No. 1 shore mackerel, per
Apple butter and jelly, ;
Kutterniilk soap, ." bars in
llouey drip syrup, per gal
Sorghum, per pi'lon 85e
Slendid bakiiii' powder,
per pound i0c
Sliced pineapple, per can. . . 10c
tiratetl pineapple, o-pouml
2 cans of yellow tabic
2 pounds of anchovis !."
S3 NELSON d:
W CASH (tKOCF.KS, ;2'J
Drink at the Fountain of Health
and be made well
The most successful
and the most scieuUUc
Our Elect rl-? Machine for
tiie treaouent of Nervous
una X-lCay woik.
His reputation for yearst-i Davenport. where he hasonrcd hundrediof chronocases itiven us
as honeleKs by others, proves conclusively that bis scieiitiilc methods of treatment cure when
CONSULTATION FKEK PROMPT AND PEKMANENT CUKES.
CATAKIUJ, Dyspepsia, Asthma. Kheuuiatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, Hiood,
Kidnev, Liver and Skin Diseases can bo quickly and permanently cured by our advance
system of medicine.
WOMEN snu'cr'nttr front Diseases of the Womb, Ovaries, ISlatlder, Kidnev.
Nt rvous Exhaustion. Palpitation of Hie Heart. Dyspepsia, or any d sense peculiar lo sex
f IiiiiiM call on the (neat Si,cialt-,l and t-et an opinion on i hi'ir e.ne lift- of charge.
ELEt'Tltlt I'l V Scieutilicall v ap plietl; Nervous Debility, Piles. Exliaustiv
Drains. Nis;!it T.osscs. Drleetiv Meinory. Threatened Insaolv. Loss or Will Power, Went
Delusions, .sleeplessness, lisi Ma- hood, Wi-aUnesHof Men. etc.
VAKICOCELK is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
months with other3 when we guarantee you a permanent cure In seven days by our painless
methods. Hydrocele cured In three days-no pain.
Remember it Pays to Consult the Iiest First.
OUK CKEDENTIALS AND TESTIMONIALS AKE TIIE JJEST. The nuin
crous ackaowlcil.-.-ement wo have received from the newspapers for our remarkable cures
In both medical and suririoal cases is proof conclusive hat our advanced methods cure
where all others fail. Therefore. do not waste time with others, but eojsult us at once und
regain your lost health. There is a start: In every disease that can l.e cured. Have
you passed that slare? If not. do not experiment anyl ont'er, but consult Us at once. Fur
tbenr.ore. we offer (I. WO to any one provm our crciieniiais false. Wo make It an object
to investigate ours. No other specialist oilers such a fair proposition. ONLY CUKAHLK
CASES TaKJCN. Best of reference and credentials If you cannot call, write, liun
drcds cured by mail. Hours U to IS; 2 to 5; 7 to . Sundays, 11:30 to 1:30.
OFFXE 124 WEST THIRD STREET, MTULLOUGfl BUILDING, DAVENPORT, IA
We are now busy getting in our spring
stock. There are many snap bargains in
our stock upou which prices have been
placed that will merit your attention. The
receipt of new goods make the old ones
move and we have put prices on them that
will make them go lively.
If SHOE SNAPS IN
Come nuicklv and
pocket book a favor.
frw ' FINE
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Rook Ialnnd. HI.
Incorporated Under the
H05EYL0AHEDO5 PEE30NAL COLLATEBA.L OR SEAL E3TATE 3ECUEITI
J. M Bijford, president.
- John Crubaueh. Vice lresllen.
P. Creenawait, Casb.er.
Bcfin business July , it0. and occupy the
S. E. corner ol Mitcnell it Lynde I
innwuiu. - i,v- p.-
why wo can sell.
Finest French soaps, o bars '
in box 2:?c
18 lbs jranulated sujrar. . $1.00
1 sack Pride of Owatonna
1 sack While Star Hour. ... 110
1 sack rillsbury Hour l.lo
-11 lbs Santosreaberry colTee 1.00
(Jtotl rice and raisins. jer lb oc
Seedetl raisins, per package 10c
Veast foam, per package.. Sc
liis-in; Sun stove polish. . . (is!
F.nainilinc stove polish .... 7c
I'.on. largn size. N-st shoe
Peas jer can, o. 7.1 and .... 10c
(Joltlen llio cotlee. per lb. . 1.1c
Tiventieth St. 'Phone 1090. kj
DU. J. E. WALSH,
Late of Chlcatro. former
ly MiiTeon-iii-t 'lii.-f uf St.
AliLlio. v b bis lial.
FSrinnrsz ttn remind
RFRY nFPARTMFNF tf
will do your
We Are Busy
All the Time'
Now is the time to have youi
walls freshened with bright,
clean paper, so that it will
lie a pleasure to receive your
friends this fall when they
come to see you. Scarcely
any annoyance and so ipuickly
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO..
310, S12. 814 TWENTIETH 8T
Four Per Cent Paid on
H. S. Cable, Wm. WllmertOD
John Crjbaucb, Phil Mitchell,
H. P. Hull. L. Simon.
E. W. Hurst, J M. Buford
John Volk. '
Solicitors Jackson A Hunt.