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THE AUG US TH UK S DAY, APRIL 18, 1895.
FaMlshed DiHy mm Weekly at MH Second
Avrase. Foek Island, I L (Ecterrd at the pot
oflx as teoad caa a-aner 1
J. W. P otter, - - Publisher.
TERMS Daily, 10 cent per week. Weekly,
$3.00 per annum; in advance. 1 Lot.
All coaimanleationa of a critical or arpaawnta
tire character, political or reiigioas. But bare
real name attached for publication. Ho each
article irill be printed orer Srtltions signatures.
Correspondence solicited' Irani every township
la Roek Ittaad county.
TiiiKsDAr, April 18, 1895.
A Michigan woman believed so
strongly In faith cures that she threw
away her false teeth expecting a new
set to grow in. That was six months
ago, and now she has a mouthful of
pearly incisors and molars, put up by
the best dentist in town.
The war on the theater bat is no
joke in California. The lower branch
of the legislature in that state has
passed a bill imposing a fine of (50 on
every woman who wears a hat in a
public place of amusement. Califor
nia is apparently working up an im
lr you need any article whatever
from soap up to a sealskin coat, your
mind instantly associates with the
thing desired the name of the firm
which has advertised such goods.
That is the beauty of persistent and
prominent advertising it identities
the merchant with his merchandise.
The Jane Convention.
The recent meeting of the demo
cratic state central committee at
Springfield, at which a call was is
sued for a state convention on June
4, to discuss and formulate a plat
form on the currency question, is at
tracting national attention. What
ever action the convention takes on
tbe question will no doubt have an
influence on democratic conventions
subsequently held in other states.
Just at present, however, the democ
racy of Illinois is most vitally inter
ested, as the result will have a far
reaching effect on the future politics
of the state. Already considerable
acrimony has been injected into the
controversy, not so much over the
main question at issue, as over the
manner in which the convention was
Senator Palmer is very pronounced
in his denunciation of Chairman Hin
rirhsen, who, he avers, resorted to
trickery and is endeavoring to turn
the democrccy of the state over to
the free silver men. The chairman
of tbe committee has been equally
caustic in replying to the charges
made ty the senator and other prom
inent democrats have dealt in per
sonalities which is not conducive to
the best of feeling, and may have a
tende icy to engender much bitter
ness into the contest which is now
To say the least, it was certainly
unfortunate that tbe officers of the
state committee in calling the mem
bers together, did not explicitly state
the object of the meeting, the impor
tance of which would have secured a
full attendance of tbe regular mem
bers, had it been announced in
advance. The procedure of the
chairman, however, we would pre
fer to think, was an oversight rather
than a preconcerted plan to keep the
committeemen in ignorance of what
was in contemplation, as is charged
by Senator Palmer.
'lie that as it may. The Asms
seriously doubts the wisdom of hold
ing a state convention this year to
discuss the monetary or any other
question which is to receive consid
eration in tbe next presidential cam
paign. Neither does it approve of
the statement contained in the call
for the convention that the money
question will be the only issne in
1896. It seems foolish to presume
that the protectionists will relin
quish their tight for the perpetuation
of McKinleyism, especially when
their idol is scurrying over the coun
try with the evident purpose of
securing tbe republican nomination
for the presidency. The emascula
tion of the essential features of the
income tax law by tbe supreme court,
thereby reducing the anticipated
revenues to be derived from it by at
least 50 per cent, is also a subject of
great importance, not only from
the standpoint of revenue, but also
as a principle of party policy.
One of the most interesting fea
tures of the impending contest is the
letter of President Cleveland to the
business men of Chicago, wherein he
makes an earnest plea for sound
money, and deprecates the spread
of the silver propaganda. President
Cleveland is deeply impressed with
the necessity of defeating tbe free
silver proposition in the Illirois con
vention, which he is fearful, if it
should prevail, would disrupt the
party, as such action would on
doubtedl v be followed by other
states. The president's letter has
been severely criticised by Gov. Alt-
geld and Chairman llinricnsen, and
free silver men generally, but has
met with warm favor by the large
business interests . of the country.
It is readily seen, therefore, that the
Illinois convention will develop into
a meeting of national importance
and interest, and will be in reality a
campaign of education on the money
With teeth all stained, and toe, I tboeght
That eotbisg coal be eefav-d or borf-.it
To care tkeav aad I cried, la lata.
"O. weald that they were rood ajalnr
At teat, let aaasa of pcaiea fa raacd,
QA car la Cosodottt J foaadi
Bv I lu I 1 I rvi
-.W I V . W I Vi
The version of Uncle Tom's Cabin
interpreted by Stetson's Double Mon
ster company, which will exhibit at
Harper's theatre Monday evening,
has met the especial approval of Mrs.
Harriet Beecber btowe, tbe immortal
authoress of that world-famed drama,
from the fact of Manager Stetson's
adherence to the original text, which
is a complete deviation from the cus
tom of other Uncle Tom managers,
who interpolate so many attempted
gags, stale jokes and vulgar witti
cisms into their renditions that
scarcely a vestige is left of the nev.
er-to-be-forgotten work. Aside from
the great worth of the company,
every act will be presented with new
and elaborate scenery, painted by the
master scenic artist of the World.
Tbe excellent company, two comical
Topsies, and two ludicrous musical
Marks, the elegant scenery, the
novel mechanical effects, the fero
cious bloodhounds, two brass bands
and the celebrated Lone Star quar
tet will all unite in making the en
gagement a most notable one.
Two Wagnerian nnmbers are on
the program of the Chicago orches
tra concert which is to be given in
Davenport on April 25, which in their
vivid contrast to each other form the
two extremes of sentiment in or
chestral music. They are the
"Voices of the Forest" and "Ride of
the Walkyries, one from Siegfried,
tbe other from Die Walkure. The
"Hide of the Walkries" is based
upon two motives, the Walkyries
call and the Walkyries melody." In
picturesque description of the rush
and dash of steeds, amid which are
heard the wild cries of tbe sentries,
"Tbe Hide" is one of the most pow
erful comKsition ever written.
To the Burt is opera house Sunday
and Monday, April 21 and 22, comes
a spectacular production which is
sure to cause a sensation, so bril
liantly is it mounted and so lavishly
staged. It is "Humpty Dumpty Up
to Date" not the old-fashioned,
homely Humpty of our childhood,
but a tin de siecle hero who has been
abroad and who speaks different lan
guages. For it is in company with
the famous Lilipntians that II.
Dumpty, Esq., or Herr Dumpty, as
he calls himself, comes back to ns;
and even if he personally has "had a
great fall," an accident to which
familiarity has hardened us in his
case he has landed in excellent
society. It is the habit of the broth
ers Rosen field to put behind the
diminutive artists whom they an
nually introduce to us, an excellent
entertainment, and they have not
this season placed their trust vainly
in Robert Breitenbaeh, who wrote
their play, in Messrs. M. Uabriel and
Charles II. Hoffman who set it to
music, or in Carl Rosenfield, from the
abundance of whose ideas was -de
rived a vast variety of clever dances,
pageants and pictorial details.
Humpty Dumpty Lp to Date is in
deed a capital entertainment for peo
ple of all ages, it is a renewer of
youth, operating not after the fraud
ulent method of farce comedy bv
showing us jests so much older than
we are, but by its frank appeal to
the senses and its sublime disregard
Aa Additional Pasaeng-er Train
After Sunday April 21st, the pas
senger train service from Rock Isl
and will be as follows:
No. 6 leaves Rock Island Twentieth
street depot at 4:10 a. m. and arrives
at Peoria at 7:25 a. m.
No. 2 leaves Rock Island Twentieth
street depot at 8:05 a. m. and arrives
at Peoria at 11:20 a. m.
No. 4 leaves Rock Island Twentieth
street depot at 1 :45 p. m. and ar
rives at Peoria at 5 p. m.
1 rains leave C. K. I. & r. depot
five minutes earlier than Twentieth
Ail trains daily except bnmlay.
R. Stockhocse, G. T.A.
Oh! My Back.
A good many tired men and women
could get rid of that pain in their
back if they won'd try Parks' Sure
Cure for the Liver and Kidneys.
The trouble is usually there, and
Parks7 Sure Cure reaches and cures it-
Sold by Hartz & Ullemeyer.
Royal Knby" Hya WhUky
f a "Rye aa la a Rye," naturally rijwaed and
free -rom all foreign flavor and edulura&wsa"nar
anteed pare aad orer eleven years of age, recoca
mended to tbe connoisseur as a meritorious arti
cle worthy of the conldenoe of Invalids, conva
lescents and the and. Sea that oar nam is
Mown in bottle . f 1.00 per quart bottle.
"ROTAL KCBT" PORT WIRE
ucre, old and mellow, therefore best adapted for
invalids, convalescents and the aced . It restores
lost vitality, creates strength and appetite, builds
ap the weak and debilitated, (nana, 11. Pints
j0 cents. Put lp oa honor an4 guaranteed by
ROTAL WCO, CO., Chicago.
Tot sale at Earner Boom Pharmacy, aad by
vTUlism Clendenla. Valine.
Special EUctloa Kotlce.
Notice is hereby erven that a vacancy having
lecnrm in roe omre oi aaemian or tne rm
w.rd. bv reason of the retumaiion of Char!ee P.
-ide, a special election win ne neiarortnecssee
f aldermsa of the First ward, for tee enexnired
term of one year, oa Tuesday, the auth day of
which election will be open at T o'clock hi tbe
morning and continue open until S o'clock in the
afternoon of that day.
Place or rectstratiaa ana voting will oe at roe
P-nklia Hose Hoase oa Third street, between
Third and Foart a avenues.
Rock bland. 111.. April s. . lr- 1SS5.
A. D. Hi ESISO. City Clerk.
When aba was a Chad, she cried tar
Xaw, she char to
Children Cry for
B. T. . C. COVTKKTIOX.
BalUsMrs Jnly 1 t SI, 1S9.
There is only one route to Balti
more combining the best railway ser
vice with the most interesting 'scen
ery and historical associations. It is
tbe Chesapeake &ObioR,y. via Wash
ington, "the Chine, the Alps and
the Battlefield lin of America"
along the great Kanawha river,
through New Biver canons, along the
Greenbrier, crossing the Alleghany
and Blue Ridge mountains, the Pied
mont and Shenandoah valley, and
the most famous of Virginia battle
fields. The F. F. V. limited is the only
modern through train to Baltimore
via Washington with electric lights,
dining car and observation car. One
fare for the round trip. At compar
atively a slight additional cost return
trip can be made by way of Chesa
peake Bay, Old Point 'Comfort and
For fuli information, descriptive
pamphlet, etc., address C. B. Ryan,
Ass't. ;. P. A., C. & O. R'y.. Cincin
Children Cry for
Consumers cf chejtolaccowb
rowing to pay a little more fa
tie price dialed jbrine orta)
trade tobaccos, will find
hand superior to all otliera
BEWARE GF IMITATIONS.
u o o o M o o o e o
SIS and 215 West Second Street,
High Class Seeds
Of all kinds suitable for the
most critical market Gar
eners and Truckers.
CLOVE a and GRASS
Seeds of all kinds.
We carry a complete Stock
of the Celebrated
'PLANET, JR," TOOLS.
Send for Catalogue whole
The Portage Entry
Successors to the Portage
Red Stone Co., also to Furst
Neu & Co.,
LAKE SUPERIOR PORT
AGE RED, BROWN
AND VARIEGATED SAND
Security Building, Ninth
Floor, Madison Street and
Mrs. S. Smith,
180 J Second Ave.
SMS. ISmt d omSS71!oStKb!!!i-
SEOULSIA sal ttanarCmrplaht,
muntaetued nnder tbe strlnpea
KCZLZX1 HZIZU. LACS,
. VyrsscrlDen gy smnjaas pcywinaasr,
C4. UK. EICHTEK S
I'Onlv esnuine wita Trade) MaricAacwor.'
IT. Ad. Kichter Ce 17Tstts St,SrW TCSt,
29 KiZYSSI m":5.
13 Branca Hobmb. Owa Glassworks.
, Kc ard SCo. For sale by Horst Von
. Kowkr.U, C S,idel. lir,-eT noiwe
I naintcv. Jiocfc ts:ai.u, i
State Savings Bank,
Molikk, III., Office Corner
Fifteenth St. and Third Ave.
Kceceets tbe' Molina) Savings Bank
4 Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
Orftm'xed nn-Jrr Htate I aws.
ien from 9 a. ni. to 3 p. m , anil
rrlnex'ar and aalanlay nights from
PoRTsa SKtaNiR, - - President
Iliaaa Daataxa, Vice President
C F BmnEttwAT, - Cashier
Porter kier, Hikah DARXcra,
H U Aixswoktb, Gao H Edwabos,
C P Hbmrnwat, C A Bosk,
V B AlJiswoHTH, vr H Adams,
W W Waxxs.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
mtda for private parties !n tbe carries
spoi ol tne west by the
Orchard State Bank
of OBCUARD. RXBRASSA.
B. W. Dat, President.
J. B. I)A2T Cashier.
X'.'cht ll Lvnle, Banners.
J. V. RobtnsoK, Csnir Suck Island1 tiatlonal
v'.O. Cr.rter. !. D.
Sciuj Uut'i Sons, Wholesale Qroen.
HuesinQ & Hoefi
Representing among other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the following:
Hochester German Ins Co........Bocheeter, X T
Wei-tcbrster Fire " New York
Bnilalo Geriran ...Buffalo, N T
SpriiiR- Gordon ....PhiladelDbia
tttrmnn Fire Peoria. Ill
Nw Hampshire H ...... Manchester N H
Milwaukee Mechanics' MUwsnkee. Wis
Security - " New Haven, Conn
Office Corner Eighteenth street
and Second Avenue, second floor.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
HATES & CIaEAVELANB
Representing over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash asseta
Sire tdfe. Tornado.
Bends of BurwvysMp.
OPFiCZ Bengstoa'a block Bock Islard, Ills.
gVBecBTe oar rales; titrj win tetfcreet joo.
J. M. BUFORD,
Tha old Firs and Tlme-trlca Companies
Lcxses FronptlT Paid.
Sanaa as low as aaj
preaaed and painft:) mmttroa
a Fal raa aTaaaa aw a a .M Hw
' hwi. HreKntaniiee.
ntta a Wrtakn T n nuns a
mwmiw Till Tl an 1 11.
Insist en kavtea Ska Stvsl
asu n rassnaawTAL nra. rSZ
Far sals by BarU M TOseaever, X1 S3U sir.
FsUte of Msraret Kelly. Deceased.
Tne andenia-ned havma been appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Margaret
K.llv. Itttj nf tan imnnt of Itnrfer f1amjl. .ri
of Ilitnoi. deceased, hereby gives notice that he
snu appear aciore tne eoanty court of kock lsiano
coanty. at tne office of the clerk of said conrt. in
tbe city of Bock island, at the June aena oa
the firt Monoay In Jnce Dt-xt, at which time
all persons having claims acamst said estate are
notiacd and requested to attend, for the purpose
of having the same adjusted.
AH persons indebted tossid estate are request
ed tn make in mediate payment to theander
sisned. Dated this S'rd day of March. A. D. 1SPP.
HBNaY U.VONMU.K. Administrator.
STATB OF ILLINOIS,
In the circuit court, Varch term, A. D , 1995.
Ln!a unrtn vs. Joseph Garvin.
Affidavit of non-residence of Joenh Oarvin,
the almve defendant, having bet a died tn the
clerk V o9ics of tbe circuit conrt of said county,
notice is hereby given to 'he said Don resident
defendant that the complainant tiled her biil of
eomoiAiat In said cour?. on the chancery 'sWle
there f, on the 7th day of March, 1SUG. and that
the'enpon asumoions issued nut of said court,
wherein said suit is now pending, returnable on
tbe first Monday in the month of May neat, as by
law reqnired. Now, unless vou the raid nn -resident
defendant above mined shall personally he
and appear before said c'.rou't court, on te first
dsr of the next term thereof, to be holden at
Rock Island in and for the aaid rounty. oa the
firt Monday in May n xt, and plead, answer or
demur to the said complainant's bill of complaint,
th fime and tie matters a d things therein
charged and stated will be taken as confessed,
and a decree entered against you according to the
prater ol taid bill.
GEORGE VT . GAMBLK. Clerk.
Fcvk Island. Illinois. March nth. A. D. lifts.
Jams: 11. Bbabikut, Complainant's Solicitor.
STATS OF I LLIN018, i
Rock IsLAiin Cotnrrr. I "
In the eircnit court, to the May term, A. D., 1!9S.
The Home Building A T-ojin asrariation of Rock
Inland, vi.. John Dreessen, Mary l)reesen,
Jacob Whims, Henry Lemherg. ant eharlrs
Uellifsnn. partners, etc., as Lemberz A Detn-f-sn.
Aueuxt H Lilt and Marcns Iractjens, part
ners, etc.. as C Tegeier trmosuy. Unstav
htengel. Rock Island Brewing Company and
A ndavit of the non residence of Mary Prce
aen, one of tbe above nsim-d defendant, having
been fi'ed in the ckrk's office of the circuit c ur",
notice is t-ereby eiven to the eaM non-reedent
defendant that the romplainant filed its bill of
complaint in the siirt court on the chancery l1c
therrof on tbe L-7lh day of December. A- D. 1S!M,
and that a summons issued out of said com,
wh rein Mid suit is now perntlng. returnsble on
tbe first Monday in the month of May next as by
Now, units you, the said non-resident defen
dants above named, Mary Dreessen, shall persoc
ally be and appear before tbe said circuit court
on ihs first day of the next term thereof tone
holden at Hock Iflanl in and for aaid coucty on
the first Monday of May next, and pleail. answer
or demur to the said complainant's bill of com
plaint, the lime and tbe matters and things
herein charged and stated and will be taken kg
confessed, and a decree entered against yon ac
ccrdin? tc the prayer of said bill.
Kock Island. 111.. March tt, 1895.
O. W. GAMBLF, Clerk.
Jacksoh ft Dot st. Attorneys (or Complainant.
state of Illinois, i
ROCK ISLAND COUKTT. I
In the Circuit Conrt, May term A. D. 1895. In
The Home Bnlldlrg & Loan Association of Rock
Is and, vs 'Claia tMaiie watiiaa h.atner, Carl
Robert Kastner, The Hock Islind Brewing Com
pany,John Spilger, Jrscph J.Lercb and Joseph K.
Greve, partners, etc. as Lerrn A Greve: It. F.
Brammt-r Uamufacturing Company, and Ltenry.
Affidavit of the non-residence of Clara Rosalie
Matilda Ksstner and the U. F. It rammer Mann-
lecturing company, and Carl Robert Ksstner, of
tbe above named defendants, having been fi'ed tn
the fierk'soflice of the circuit court, notice Is
hereby given to tbe said non-Tes'dent defendants
that tbe complainant filed his bill of complslnt in
saii conrt on the chancery side thereof, on tbe
ijih day of March. A. D.. K95, and tha- tbereupon
a aummons issned out of said court, wherein said
soit is now pending, returnable on tbe first Mon
day in the month of May next, as bylaw reqnired'
Now, unless yn, tne said nnrt-restaent de
fendants above named, Clara Rosalie Matilda
Kasiner, Carl Robert Kastner and H. F. B rammer
Manufacturins company, shall personally be and
appear before the said circuit con too tbe first
day of the next term theraof, to be h 1 Jev at B"ck
Island in ana lor tne saia county on tne nrst
Mandsv In Msv. next, snd plead, answer or de
mur to the said eomplatnautVbill of complaint,
the same and the mstters and tbincs therein
charged and ttated will be taken as confessed,
andadecr. e entered against you according- to
the p rarer of said bill.
Bock Island, in.. Msrcn t iros.
GBOHGB W. GAMBLE, ilerk.
Jacksos & Hcbst, Solicitors or Complainants.
Aluminum rims, taper tubes.
The wheel that stands all tests
DUKE & DUTCHESS.
Can be found at
1610 Third avenue. "
HARDWARE AND PAINTS
WadiM XurjtMng From s Rao
SllkEsndkitchief toa OlreuTat.
Lut CvrUlsi a Bptdalty,
No. 1724 -Third Ave.
A.. 1L PA.RKER.
Telephone No. 1214
Joiln Volls ds Co.
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
tk Rt, Wt tk aad itfc
I AMD ECGNOMIZE YCUR
iTRENGTH fit INCREASE
5Mh CLAU5 5QAPI
DE5T PUREST AI.'D MOST ECONOMICAL
"ST THE RKfAIRBANK COMPANY
To the People of
Rock Island and Vicinity
Spring has come, and with it the largest stock
of WALL PAPER has arrived at the ADAMS
WALL PAPER CO. that they have ever had.
We can safely say that never before in Rock
Island has such a variety of fine goods been
shown. These goods are now open to your in
spection, and you are invited to see them.
Adams Wall Paper Company,
310, 312 and 314 Twentieth street.
B BATING AND VKMT1LAT1NQ KKU1KKEKS.
HAVE TOU SEEN
THE ; CAPITOL
If Not, Why Not?
Come and see the IIetcr, and judge its
merits yourself. Fifteen sold this sea
son, and more going. Call for descrip
112 and 114 W. 17th street.
Five Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or. Real state Security.
J M Brwonn, President.
F C DaNKaiK. Vice President.
P GaacxAWAir. Carhier.
Began bnslneas J11I78. isun, and occupy tbe
8. . cur. alitcbell Jc Lynda's sew building.
Carpenter and Builder.
OFFICE, NO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE,
Shcp on Vine Street. BOCK ISLAKD.
Elegant Styles. Magnificent Values. Lowest Prices.
We sell trimmed hats for tl.98 that other stores ask t'i.50 for
We sell trimmed hats for $2.49 that other stores ask t-3.25 for
We sell trimmed hats for $2.93 that other stores ask 3.75 for
And all finer hats in the same proportion.
For exclusive designs in Parisian Pattern Hats and Bon
nets visit our Pattern Room. No Ezorbinate prices asked.
Special Values For This Week.
Silk Capes f.5.50, 5.35 and 7.50.
Cloth Capes 1.50, $2.95. $3.50 and $1.50.
Skirts 12.50, 3.50, f 1.50 and $C.
Complete line of Silk and Laundried Waists and
Wrappers. Don't fail to see onr hive before pur
chasing, as we guarantee a saving of at least 25 to
50 per cent.
114 West Second street
TIME, HUSBAND YDUR
TCffl PLEASURE BYUSQ1G
Incorporated Under the
ISLAXD, I LI
C F Lrnde.
M P Hull.
E W Hurst,
J X Buford,
Jacksos Jt Hubst, Solicitors.
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