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THE AimiTfc WEDNESDAY, MAX 18 1904.
publi bed Daily and Weekly at 1624 Second
avenue. Rock Island. I1L 'Entered at the
p jatoffice as seeond-class matter j
TERMS Dally. 10 cents per week. Weekly
1 per year In advance.
AH communications of ari? umentaiive cbar
aoter. politic! or reliKlouv. must nave real
came attacked for publication. No such arti
cles will be printed over net.: ous signatures
Correspondence solicited from e-ery town
ship in hoc Island county
Wednesday, M;iy 18, 1904.
Bosnia's blowing Bp of her own
fort Mca t ioitt at Dnln.v i- :i great land
victory, matching her naval achieve
ments in sin kaiifr Russian .-hips.
A French liner baa sailed from Net
York for Havre with 19,000,000 in gold
board. Let's see what America 11
heiress baa married a French title
latch ?
Representative Ilitt i the last re
publican t break out with ricepresi
dentitis, ;i . ntagions malady which
seems to le spreading through tlie re
publican ranks.
The California school teacher who
carried ber pel snake in the bosom of
her perforated shirt waist couldn't
have cbosen a place where it would
in- les- sequestered from the ey a of
The czar reviewed 50,000 troops. An
admissh n fee of .:to was charged to
the show. The review ended with a
charge by the Cossack . Then the
spectators complained on account of
t lie double charge.
One Hei r Schweigerbonsen is earn
ing a certain notoriety in Europe by a
rast wager of his own invention. He
i- to cycle 70,000 miles in Bve years;
he i- to come in contact with three
Icings, tn kill a wild animal in each
country, to write nxi articles, take
i.odd photographs and deliver 100 lectures.
Admiral 'ehley personal memoirs
are now in the hands of his publishers
and the will probably appear in aboul
a month. The hook will tell the story
of tin- battle of Santiago and there
will le many hitherto untold inci
dents. The publishers are not yet
ready to give out information, but
many personal friends of the admiral
say there is not an unkind word in
the whole volume.
Lieut. Bflse, who baa finished serv-
ing a six months' sentence in Berlin
for "libeling hia superior and com
manding otBeers in hi- novel called in
English "A Little Garrison," U busj
preparing to fight three duel-, which
have been waiting fur him, and. hav
ing worked them off his ham.-, prom
ises to write another novel, telling
more peCTCts of German garrison and
army life. He baa received about s",.
t'lhi from the ..f his. first in tel.
from each of the congressional d is
trict.s of the state.
Silence and Secrecy.
Silence ami secrecy! Altar- might
still be raised t. them (wen- this an
altar bail ling time) for universal wor-
hip. silence is the element in which
great things fashion themselves to
gether that at length they aoaj
emerge, full-formed an i majestic, into
the daylight of Ufe, which tbej are
henceforth to rule Not William the
Silent only, but all the considerable
men I have known, am! the most un
diplomatic and untrategie of these,
forbore to babble of what they were
creating or projecting. Kay, to thy
own mean perplexities, da thou thy
self but hold the. tongue for cm- da 5 :
on the morrow how much clearer are
th j purposes and duties; what wreck
and rubbish base these mute work
men within thee swept away, when
instinctive n fees were shut out!
Speech is too often not. a- the Fr nch
man defined it. the art .f concealing
thought, 1. nt of piiet stifling and sus
pending tin light, -o that there i- none
to conceal. Speech, too. is great, but
not the greatest. A- the Swi- in
scription says: Speeches ist sUbern,
schweigea ist rol;!ern. (ix'eeh is sil
ver. Silence i- golden); or, a- I might
rather express it. Speech i.- of Time.
Silence i- of Eternity.
Ilec- will n. t w rk eacept in dark-
ness; Thought will m t work except
in sBkfUCe; neither wBl virtue nrrk
except in secreex. farlvle.
His Ward.
The Democratic State Convention.
The easocratic state convention wBl
be held at tlie arsenal in Sprintrtield
Tuesday, .tune ! '. petting at the noon
hour. This convention will name can-
i latea f r g rernor, lieutenant go
emor, scretar. of state, auditor.
State treaMirer. att. rne general am:
three trustees fi r the state univex
siiy. Also there will In- named two
pt : ntial electors at Jarpe ami one
etectT for each of the S3 congression
al 1 ! t ' t : fi -,ir delegates-at-large
and four alterwates-at -large to the aa
tional unnemlsoai; two ikleesite t
the national sasawtioa frini each
congressional district, and a state cen
tral committee consi-tinir of nine
members at large and one member
Bamen Barner Take the Place of
the Old Hand Furnace.
The tinsmith of this century will not
think of carrying around with him a
big pot of charcoal in which to build a
fire and heat his soldering irons, says
the Philadelphia Keeord, but will In
stead connect his iron to r.n incandes
cent electric lipht socket or a pas jet.
obtaining his heat from either the cur
rent or ffame. An extremely practical
iron of the latter class has recently
been placed on the Herlin market. As
is apparent from the illustration, tlie
copper bit which comes in contact with
the solder to melt and apply it to the
metnl is movable and can be placed at
any desired angle. By virtue of this
form of construction the Iron is of
great convenience in soldering metallic
edges so located as to be difficult of ac
cess. A Hunsen burner is used to generate
the beat, which is utilised to its fullest
extent, owing to the prevention of
radiation by the open space beneath
the copper bit and the concentration
of the flame of pas and air directly on
the bit itself. This system of heating
develops 11 sufficiently high tempera
ture to permit of the employment of a
comparatively small piece of copper in
tlie lit and also economizes in the
amount of pas consumed.
It is reported that a soldering iron of
this kind, which docs the work of an
ordinary soldering iron possessing a
heavy copper bit. consumes only about
three and one-half cubic feet of gas
per hour. The size of the flame can be
regulated at will, while the apparatus
can be attached to any gas Jet and op
erated without the aid of bellows. The
short length and comparatively light
weight of the iron make it a most con
venient tool to manipulate.
An Arctic Rallvrar.
The most nor f hem railway In the
world is the line from Navik. in Nor
way, across Lapland, connecting the
Baltic with the Atlantic and giving
access to valuable ore deposits. It
reai hcs latitude 68 degrees -7 minutes
and thus lies within the arctic circle.
The White I'ass railroad in Alaska
reaches a latitude of uo degrees.,
The total distance from Navik. on
OfOten Sold, to Lulea, on the gulf of
Bothnia, is is:; kilometers, or 300 miles.
At Boden, not far from Lulea. the new-
railway Intersects the Swedish railway
system, extending southward on the
one hand to Stockholm and the rest of
the peninsula acd on the other to st
Petersburg and the whole network of
Bosslan railways. From Navik to SL
Petersburg, s distance of 1,800 kilo
meters, there is now continuous rail
way communication and from St. l'.e-
tersbtirg on over the line of the St
berian railway to Vladivostok. By the
completion of this railway the line
ucross Europe and Asia connecting by
rail the Atlantic and the Pacific oceans
is achieved, the distance being ll.OtK)
kilometers, or about 7.4o miles, and
at the average speed of thirty kilo
meters per hour the journey from
ocean to ocean may be made in about
sixteen days.
A Mure Thlnr.
It i- said that nothing is sure except
death and taxes, but that is not alto
gether true. Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption is a sure cure
for all lung and throat troubles.
Thousands can testify to that. Mr-.
C. 15. Van Met re, of Shcpherdtown. W.
Va., says: "I had very severe case
of bronchitis and for a year tried ev
erything I heard of. but got no relief.
One bottle of Dr. King's New Discov
ery then cured me absolutely." It is
infallible for croup, whooping cough,
prip, pneumonia and consumption.
Try it. It's guaranteed by Hart A
Bllemeyer, druggists. Trial bottles
free. Regular sisc, SO cents and $1.
A Cure for Ml
"I had. a bad case of piles." says G.
F. Carter, of Atlanta, tia.. "and con
sulted a physician- who advised me to
try a box of e Witt's Witch Hazel
Salve. 1 purchased a box and was en
tirely cured. It is splendid for piles,
giving relief instantly, am! I heartily
recommend it to all sufferers." De
Witt's Witch Haze! Salve is unequaled
for its healing qualities. Kcema and
other sk'n disease-, ajso sore-, cuts,
burns am! wound of every kind are
quickly cured by it. Sold by all drug
gist .
He Was Flourishing;.
"I bear that Jimpkins is getting
along tine In the city." said Blobbson.
"I supiose lie Is. mnybe; but I never
thought he would." commented Niver
bj. "Tlis father told me he was flourish
ing, though."
"Yes. he is. lie Is teaching pen
manship." Judge.
Sick headache results from a disos
dered stomach and is fpiickly cured by
( hamlerlain's Stomach and liver
Tablets.. For sale by all druggists.
"This club life." said Arnold Bate
to himself, "is becoming intolerable."
Going to the coat loom, he took his hat
and 1 ana and sauntered to his house.
The next morning on Arnold Bates
plate at the breakfast table was an en
velope with several inciosures. When
he had been a child he was thrown
into constant companionship with Tim
othy Sinclair, a young man of twenty.
Sinclair had married and passed out of
Bates' life. One f the inciosures an
nounced Sinclair's death, another stnt
td that he had appointed liates puard
lan to his only child, a little pirl. with
the request that he would take full
charge of her.
"Mrs. Winfield." exclaimed Bates to
his housekeeper, springing up and
walking excitedly back and forth, "pre
pare rooms for a guest! No, not a,
guest one to be here permanently."
"A gentleman, sir?"
"Gentleman 1 No. I have all the
men's society I want. A child a little
"Yes. sir."
Several days later a telegram was
received that the ward was to arrive
that evening. Dates went home un
usually early to see that all was in
"Will you have a high chair for her
at the dinner table, sir''" asked the
"I don't know. I wonder how old
she is. I have no idea."
"I'll put one at her place, and if she
doesn't need It I can take it away."
Bates spent the time till the arrival
of his ward walking through the rooms
prepared for her or trying to read the
evening paper, constantly smiling In
spite of himself at the prospect of hav
ing a child in the house. Suddenly be
heard a carriage drive up and stop be
fore the house. Springing to tin- front
door, he opened it fast as a pirl appar
ently about eighteen years of age
mounted the steps. She stood looking
nt him. he at her.
"I suppose you are the governess?"
said Dates.
"The poverness?"
"Have you pot the child in the car
riage?" "What child?"
"The little Sinclair pirl."
"I am Lillian Sinclair."
"Are you Mr. Bates?"
"I am. and 1 am expecting my ward,
the little daughter of my boyhood
friend. Timothy Sinclair. 1 supposed
of cotirse some one would bring her to
me. and as you have arrived when she
is expected I naturally But don't
Stand here. Come into the house."
"Why. Mr. Bates," said the girl after
they were inside, "did you suppose
your ward to be a child?"
"Because tin- letter notifying me of
the charge quoted the words of Mr.
Sinclair referring to her as a child."
"liil you understand when those
words were written?"
'The will by which my father com
mitti d me ii your care was made
twelve years ago. when I was six years
Dates stood in that dazed condition
usual with otie whose expectations
have been suddenly shifted.
"And you. a young lady, are my
" I am if you are Mr. Arnold Dates."
"Il'inph!" This was spoken aloud,
but there was more that he thought.
"What the dickens am I going t do
with her?
The young lady was also evidently
put ut. "I supposed you were an old
man." she said in a disappointed tone.
"I am. in the eyes of people of your
age; I'm thirty-six. Well, come in to
dinner. We'll talk it over."
He ushered her into the dining room.
The girl took off her wraps, and Dates
in his confusion, without noticing what
he was doing, pointed to the high
The girl burst into a laugh.
"Take that thing away!" he said to
a servant.
The chair was removed and replaced
by oni' fitted for a grown person.
Then' was a very" pleasant dinner.
The housekeeper occupied a position
at the table, and when the coffee was
served Mr. Bat-s said to her:
"Mrs. Winfield, do yon suppose you'll
do for a chaperon for this young
'Certainly. I'm old enough to he
her mother, and yours, too. for that
"Very well. She'll remain with us.
I would suggest y .ur making some
changi-s in her apartments more lie
fitting her age. Never mind: I'll do it
myself." And, rising, he hurried up
stairs. Lillian Sinclair heard something
drop in the hall. Going out there, a
large wax doll lay on its back staring
nt the ceiling. A doll's baby carriage
came next, then a box of baby dishes.
In a few minutes there was a heap in
the hill, and Bates Shouted over the
banister to a servant to "remove the
rubbish." After a while became down
and Informed his era id that her room
was ready for her.
Never did guardian give more tin.
and attention to a ward. Bates de
serted his club to supervise the finish
ing of Miss Sinclair's education, and in
a year after she came to live at his
houe announced to her that he was
looking for a bualmml for her. She
declined a!l the candidates he brouclit
forward, and when he was discourag
ed at ha Ting failed to please her he
consulted Mrs. Wffifletd.
"La. sir." s.;id the housekeeper.
"She'll never marry any one but you."
One week from that time the guard
ian and ward were engaacl. and even
tually the room originally designed for
the lady's play room was used for the
purpose by her da tighter.
A" Postal
This B00K
mir health is your
(frcaiest blessing t.aard
it as your lite, rind out
ihe truih about yourself.
n hether you are sick or
well. Lf.im how to cet
well and keep well and how to pet well should
you become ill. Poor health is the result of your
failure to obey nature s laws, rrow can you oocy
.h.-. i - . .,,, kiK.wv.lni thev are? Do
tou suSer from heaiiaches ? Is your appetite poor?
Do you l;y awake at r.:elit-- Arc you nervous ana
irritable? Then you are on the down-road to poor
hearth. Htft on the ujsroad. iJr McLean's book
tells vou bow to regain lost health or to retain the
health you have.
Tr J. H. McLean his prepared many remedies
to help tho'e who sutler. Oueofthemis
Kidney Bcxlm
TtiU i.m. i. M-irhrs the orsnn-! that are most
I ! ITili m iticic-nnrans that must bekerjt
I in good wotKuvj? roiulition to secure gooa neaitn
tor you. McLean's Liver and Kidney Balm puts
these orrans in good order ana Keeps mem so;
makes mem throw oft disease etrms: relieves un
told sutTerinc: brir... health ana strength to those
tt-K. it l.ll,;rr ..-i;i; St DO the bottle.
LAW. May 17. 94, WiflSnm Kroegei
vs. Bock Island Plots coiopany. Case.
Cause dismissed. Canse of action at
isfiet' and eosts paid.
In the matter .f the impaneling ol
the petit jury. Qrtverec thai the elerl
of this iurt !raw in tlie manner; re
quired bj law per ons bavins; tat
qualifications of jurors to make ;
pane for the two weeks commencinj
with May next and i' persons bav
ins; the qualifications f jurors U
make a panel fi r the two eek com
mencing .lime 13, and issue process
therefor aiiii deliver same to the sher
iff of this nnty to - ere.
HAX4 ERY. Mat it. Harriet
Craig . John W. Cralsr. Divorce am
injunction. Cause lit an! in pari am.
continued for further hearing.
CRIMINAL - M::. 17. 18, Carrie Al
lars. Allowing female under 18 year
! remain in hou-t- of prostitution
Defendant Carrie Altars in court. Km
paneling of jurj e atioues. The teg
ular panel of jun rs being now x
hausted, ;t is ordered thai the .-.erif'1
surami ns in persons having tle quail
ficati m of jurors to the panel foi
the pending trial and thai the elerl
Issue process, therefor returnable
forthwith. Empaneling of jury eon
t inner. Kmpaneling of jury complete
and jury swora t.i tr the cause. Tria
pri et eds.
Foley's Honey and Tar is peculiarly
adapted for asthma, bronchitis am'
hoarseness. Sold bv all Iru"rits.
Front 24 in. Back 13V in. Jm
Sk A now summer shape. fl
S. CCO. P. IDC . CO.,
g3s Mskcrs. .jgrr
A mc al polish that does not
da ub :he hands or woodwork.
copyric y)
It's Well to
Dress Well...
and in order to dress well
you must have a garment
that fits perfectly and becom
ingly, and by getting a
G. (SL H. Special
suit you are getting the best.
It has that broad shoulder
and chest effect which gives
a full, substantial appearance
to the wearer without that
stuffed and padded look so
common to many makes.
Try a G. tSL H. Special
and get the best. Sold only
by us.
Gustaison . Hyes
T5he New Clothing Store. 1714 Second Ave.
n connection v i: the Queen & Cres
ent Route, to certain poiuts in Ala
lama. Georgia. Florida. North and
;oiith Carolina. Kentucky. Mississippi,
tennessee and iryi? ii iui the
FIRST an:: tu: :;; TUES
day to Noven h i LtJOt, Inclusive, at
he cr low rate f i ne fare for the
oiind trip, i Ins Tickets are good
roinif IS da;.V. nn ' for stop-overs
otith of the Ohio river, with tinal lim
t for return -f 21 !.!. from date of
On the ai: e dates one-way Pettier'
tickets will he so!d tn points in the
ame terril ry at i ne-half first class
rales. p!n $2, Ohio river gate
For ratt -. schedules and full infer
nation, call on your nearest ticket
iigetit. or write to J. S. MeCuIIough,
N. V. P. A.. 223 Dearborn street, t hi-
CBgO, 111.
For informal i a about farm lands.
Inisine.ss locath ;i-. etc., write T. .
rhackston. agent. Land and Industrial
Department, -j:.". Dearborn street. Chi
cago, 111.- or (i. i:. Alien. A. i. P. A.
St. Louis. Mc.
Very Low Rates
Nashville. Tenn., May 9, 10, 11.
Cincinnati, Ohio. May in. n.
Urbana, 111.. May 10, II.
Buffalo, N. V., May 10. 11. 12.
Champaign, III.. May 11, 12, 13, 14.
Cleveland, Ohio. May 14. 16. 17, 18.
PittshurL'. Pa., May 16, 17, IS.
Dayton. Ohio. May 10. 20, 21.
For further information, call on or
Allen M. Nye. T. P. A.,
Peoria, III.
And when we say t hat yon can positively get lower prices and better
qualities at our store than elsewhere, e want yon to feel that it is
true. All that we a-k of you is a trial. We are sure juu will come
again, and perhaps bring your neighbor, too. Once a customer, always
a cusaomer. Read these prices:
Anderson's .lams, 3cans fc l-
for Jm?C
3-1 b. can Apples. 2 15 C
1-pound pkg. scrap -
10 bars Cudahay's Dia- Cf
mond C soap
Best Granulated
Sugar, 21 lbs
9 Bars Santa Claus
Egg-O-See and Vigor,
3 packages
Quaker Oats,
per package
Standard Tomatoes,
3 cans
Standard Coin,
3 cans
New York gallon
Brazil Coffee,
per pound
3 lb. can (ireen
Pure Catsup, 3
3 lb. can Egg
Quart bottle Ammonia
2 lb. pkg. Cero-Fruto,
flakes and Cera Nut, 2
Pest Patent Flour, eve
sack guaranteed .
Fancy Dairy Butter,
per pound
Gallon reaches,
per gallon
Seeded Raisins, 3 lbs.
2 large cakes Ivory
2 cakes Sapolio
3 lb. can extra fancy
sliced Pineapples
Toothpicks, 3 large
Pure Maple Syrup,
quart bottle
Yeast Foam,
Shredded Cocoanut,
Economy Grocery Co.
1515 Second Ave.; old 'phone 13G9, new 'phone 5462. Rock Island, III.
A Stvidy in
Wall Decoration
is contained In our stock of new de
signs and effects in colorings. For
rh-h and artistic touches of colors and
tints and beauty of patterns they ars
unrivaled. Decorations from then
are furnishings in themselves, and We
will do it at price- that are as; attract
ive as our wall papers. We also carry
a stock of paints, oils and room
Old 'phone union 213, new 'phone 5213.
Wise Biyers of Fvirniture.
Buy furniture when they need it and pay as
their incomes will permit. There's not a bigger
or brighter stock to select from than ours, and
our terms and prices are the fairest in the world.
A large line of Victor extension
tab! s received, also a line line of
Our line of Bundfcar Wilton rugs, in
all sixes, is now complete. We are now
in wing the largest line of ingrain
c carpets ever shown in the tri-eities.
We Guarantee Our Prices to Be T5he Lowest.
j ordtnarv extension tables to choose j
fr m.
Clemann (El Sedzmcrr,
Corner Sixteenth Street and Second Avenue.

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