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THE ARGUO. S1TUKDAT, APRIL 20, 1895,
PhbUahed Deny aa Weekly at 1(24 Second
Areaae. Rock Island, TO. tatered at the poet-
J. W. POTTER,
TtBU-IMlj. W cents dot week. Weekly,
t.M per eanam; la advance. ILM.
All niaaiik atlone of a critical m anaamala
tt character, political as- rsllfioee. But hsra
real bum attacked for fnbUeatlon. X ruck
article trill ke print orer ScttUons algaatntoa.
Garrcrpoadeacc solicited froai STarr township
la Book Island conaty.
Satckdat, April 20, 1895.
The old state capitol building
erected at Vandalia in 1836 is about
to (all to pieces. It has been used
for a court house (or man rears.
and last week was pronounced unsafe
Djr tne boara of supervisors.
Tbk czar of Russia has established
a fond of $250,000 to relieve journal
ists and authors in distress, and to
provide for their widows and
orphans. If the journalists and
authors cannot take care of them
selves they should receive aid only
as other poor people receive it.
One of the encouraging facts of the
industrial situation is an important
increase in savings banks deposits.
The Finsncial Chronicle reports a
steady rise of such deposits in tbe
eastern states, making them at the
present time lareer than ever before.
In communities where such banks
flourish their deposit accounts are a
good test of the condition of the great
bodv of waee receivers. The fact
that savin? bank deposits have not
only been greatly reduced, but on
tbe contrary are in the aggregate in
creased, and are now greater in
amount than ever before, proves that
the provident section ot those work,
ine for wages are in a most encour
aging financial condition, having
successfully weathered the distress.
ine period of industrial depression
from which the country is now hap
Complete Decision Aakod .
The New York World has the fol
lowing to say on the income tax law:
'The counsel opposed to the income
MX 1IW bits pvtiwuucu IUD aupreuie
court to decide with a full bench all
the questions left undetermined by
the late decision. They want the
court to decide:
"1 Whether the void provisions
as to land rents, etc., invalidate the
2. Whether or not the income
tax is direct and therefore void, a
point, left undecided by the division
of the sitting judges in opinion.
"3. Whether any part of the tax
is invalid for lack of the 'nniformi -tj'
required by the constitution.
This is very well. It is a tradi
tion of tbe court that upon constitu
tional questions contestants and the
country itself are entitled to an affir
ms tire decision by the majority of
the full bench. In this case it is es
pecially important that the questions
presented shall be so ruled upon, in
order that the country may know
definitely what its constitutional
rights are in the matter of equalizing
taxation. It may be anarchy' for
the people to demand an alteration
of the constitutional ways as cer
tain wise newspapers contend but
the people of the country want to do
precisely that if it is decided by a
full bench that under the constitu
tion as it stands their representa
tives congress have no authority to
levy taxes with soma approach to
equality and equity."
. The complete novel in the May is.
sue of Lippincott'a is "The Lady of
Ls uruces," by Christian Keid. it
gives a later (and the last) episode in
the life of that beautiful and gifted
Mexican who was the heroine of
The Picture of Las Cruces," in the
magazine for - Februarv, 1894.
Martha's Headstone." bv Edith
B rower, is a strong and touching
atory, with an uncommon motii.
Odds on the Gun," is a stirring
anecdote of South Africa, tbe first of
sundry surprising adventures of a
war correspondent whioh will be of
fered. "The Heart of the Fire
Spirit," by the late Lieut. Alvin F.
Sydenham, sets forth one of the
many devices of the Indian medicine
man. William T. Nichols solves the
mystery of "The Uhost of Rhodes
House." In "Effacing the Frontier,"
William Trowbridge Lamed casts a
good deal of light on the condition
and prospects of the west. Our ar
my, he thinks, will soon be bo longer
needed to keep the red men in order,
and may profitably be stationed in
Chicago and other cities to meet the
growing danger from anarchists and
strikers. David Bruce Fitzgerald
tells what happens On a Shad Float"
at this season. Calvin Dill Wilson
presents the first and second courses
of "The Menn of Mankind." "High
Fliers and Low Flyers," are onr
native birds, as observed by W.
Warren Brown. "The Tonng Cor.
ean Rebel," whose story Haddo
Gordon narrates, was the lead
er of an important movement in
the Hermit Kingdom tea or twelve
years ago. In "An Artist's Habitat."
W. J. Linton, the well known en
graver, describes some l his belong
ings. George Granthaot Bain writes
ot Climbing the Social Ladder in
Washington. The poetry of. the
number is by Grace r. Pennypacker,
John B. Tabb, Clinton Scollard and
BY THE HENNEPIN.
Milak, April 20. The pupils of
the first and second rooms of the
Milan public school celebrated Arbor
day and Bird day yesterday after
noon. Miss Edith Davis and Miss
Sadie Carnaghan united the exercises
so visitors could listen to each
room's program. The second room.
in which tbe exercises were held was
decorated very tastefully, the large
windows mied with nowers, wans
hung with pictures and the room
was rent with strains of 10 songsters
in their cages singing a song of wel
come in their birdlike way to the
number of visitors present. The
program was as follows:
Sou .By all of the Pnnils
The Heart Seef Edith Wlkrr
A Biro Table Bitot Girle or avcond Room
Two Mantes... Harry Pasemore
Bob White Six Bora of Second K om
To Late Bona Ksle
Tbe Sparrow Herdaaa fctarley
upi, sat miani, KBiea ino storm
7. Jessie Caldwell
A Hungry Visitor... ..Fire Girls of Becon seoa
Bi a Trades Boys of the first Boon
Tbe Little Bird ......Emm Kaehl
Always ticking ' Eari Wlriaess
The Cockoa Thirteen Bora of teeond Room
The Robin's Sons; MerKe ear
Tbe Sparrow's Visit ... Imt Mother
Tb Children and the Sparrow. ..Hattkt Sthwans
Bow tbe B.rda slept Hobs
...Seven lrls of Second Room
Tbe Little Birda ......Sadie ro'deeoarger
Psrraer Nick's Scarecrow Peter Hsrerlinr
Tea Little Chickens.. ..Ten Pupils of First Room
Rrds Cannot Count.. . Five Boys of Hero ad Room
When I am Bit claytoa Brabaaer
A Aichtuifaje a mutate
... ire Girls of Second Room
Caw-caw raw Blanche Kell
Tbe Birds' Picnic Bryant V arid ruff
SoavTlie Birds' Ban" -Both Rooms
Two Robin Red Breasta Beryl WUlhiie. Ger
tie c Bulloch, Millie Wilson.
Whippo'will Pons;....... .......Four Girls
The imnrh Cat Dolly Dale
Timia modi a .wuannaa ri'apiinca
Cock Sparrow ........ -C'lemmie Baker
Bight Pupils of Second Koira
Two of Them ............Mamie Christ
The Robin's Sons Grace Ken- dy
riayln Bira Tea cnuirea or rirat tcoom
The Chickadee.... Dewitt Ullt
eolldinc tbe Meat Bessie Messier
Diaioenie. "TUe Birds"
Two! Children of Second Room
A Little Bong... ..................Joseph 8dnor
Tbe flowers Vxia Pink ley
Sung. "Return of Birds Both Rooms
The Robins Return
Clara Bolleaburg. Edra Kale
Bona, "The nee' ...........
Oar Mhool Room.... ...... ..
"pring Has Come...
Song. "Jol y Little Claxber"
Tbe Robin's Egg
Tbe Conceited Umaibopper
Waitinc to Grow
Foor Uirls of aviom t
A Little Boy a Dream.... .
Charles Stegmse r
Going to School Mamie Wilson
The Birds Song Mamie Passmore, Dolly Dale,
Tbe Sparrow C Class of Room 9
Song, "Polly Hoptras" aad Tommy Tomp-
kio's Bin Birdie"... ........Nannie Adams
Tbe Cary Tree Mamie Den
Chicken aad Bird Don Alford
Fire Little Chickens.
Song, Arbor Pay seven Girls of Room S
This closed a splendid program
which pleased everyone and well dis
played tbe talents oi the pupils or
rooms 1 and 2, and also the excellent
Tbe town is all bustle and bom.
The street a have a livelier air ;
Vary few man aw now on tbe bom.
And Improvements go oa everywhere.
A young son arrived to gladden
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Michael
Heber Thursday evening.
Andrew Allen bas purchased the
Crampton property on Dickson street
and will probably move next week.
Mrs. John Bean and son, Ueorge, of
Andalusia, attended the entertain
ment at the school and visited Milan
Robert Rexdale. deputy grand
master workman, and A. B. Kearna,
of Moline Harmony lodge. No. 2,
visited Rock River lodge, A. O. U.
The appointments on the canal are
as follows: Kaiiroad bridge tender,
Ludewig Goldsmith; wagon bridge
tender, George W. Brown, and night
watchman, IX. r. Nelson. All trains
mast stop within 300 feet of the
bridge when approaching either side.
About twenty-five or thirty teams
arrived in Milan inday morning and
wended their way to John McMee
kin's loaded with sand and bricks
for the foundation for a new house.
Although the loss was nearly $1,000,
John has not lost his courage and
will erect a fine residence to take the
place of the one destroyed by fire Sat
urday, the 13th.
A farge number of people were at
the guard lock to witness the first
boat, but it came not and they went
home disappointed.. The run from
37 to the guard lock could be made
in one-ball the time if the barge were
filaced in front of the boat, and not
ike on the Mississippi strung ont a
half-mile each side and striking the
banks every few feet. But we must
excuse the Lone Star, because it was
its first experience on a canal, and
will soon know better.
Tbe Town hall was crowded to its
utmost capacity last evening at the
entertainment given by the x. r. 5.
C. E., of the Presbyterian church.
The first part of the program was a
shadow pantomime of Cinderella,"
being carried out to the letter, rol
lowing this was living statuary of
raitn. Mope and Chanty," tbe
posers, the Misses Bertha Hinderer.
Mamie Sutton and Mary Matthew
carrying out their parts well. The
closing number on the program was
the "Good Night Drill" by eight little
misses ana they presented a very
cute appearance, trudging off to bed
witn a iigntea canaie m one band
and a don in their arm. After the
program ice cream and cake were
served, and the affair netted over $35.
Body's Pile Suppository is guar
anteed to cure piles ana constipe
tioa, or money refunded. Fifty cents
per box. Send stamp (or circular
ana tree sample to Martin Buoy
Lancaster. Pa. For sale by T. H
Thomas aad Harts A Bahnsen. drug
gists, bock isiana. ill
Children Cry for
B LADDER DISEASES,
ical b ame : Piper
scribed In AVw
Dk IWZ. etodoraeJ bv tb Hospitals and Pby-
auciaviiav of Europe aa a sure eipaciflc Cure for Kid-
nery ana n iaaaer utaaes. Kifaaauim. iniiwin,
Mriarbfrn Digtcaat. Hrirk-but steDOatta. Liver !
aaae. FemaUs? Coaiplainta, imia in back. ec. Hold
mt Tvo iMAlnrt m R4tU. aVscrtpti to book Mat
tmtoall. We know that AIKaTU hi a Posl
tiTf Cur for tbeae oiaveaava. aad to prove to yoa
It Wonderful Effect, and for tbe make of int re
daction, we will end yon enough for one week
ae. pjr mail, prepaid, rmmm, n jon are a aw-
it is an artiainnr cure. a iniu cwsjni!
Adtlrvw. THE CHfaTBTM
rrmr. cm im ra th -
. Wa w Tj
Is Baton's Ooa
Cor to Asthma. A great Btodara atealeal
M.1 Wmmm Sm.m1 .ill mmm
State Savings Bank,
Molikk. III.. Office Corner
Fifteenth St. and Third Ave.
Hoeeeeda the Molina Baring Bank
4 Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits
Organ'sed trader State I awe.
Open ftoaa S a. m. to S p. a., aad
tednosdaj aad Satardaf nights from
t to e p m
Ponrsn SannraB, - - President
llinaa Daauns, Ties President
C V HainawaT, Cashier
Ponrnn BKinnn. Biui Dabxibo,
H II A IBs wo am, Gao R Bdwabdo,
C F IlmrwiT, C A Rosa,
C B Aibiwobtb, W B Adams.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
a ill far private partial la the
spot oi saa wast ny una
Orchard State Bank
af OaCHABD. MBBBABEA.
B. W. IUbt. Fraaldent.
Sfftcaen m Lvade. Bankeia.
J. W. Bobtason, OasUar Boak bland; Kational
CO. Carter, V. D.
(wary Dart's Bona, Wholesale Qroa
HnosinQ C Hoefl
Beprcsenting among other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the following: '
Rochester German Ins Co Rochester, T T
Westchester Flra " New York
Boffalo Gerwan ...BaOalo. H T
Spring Gordon " Philadelphia
weimaa rire reona. in
Sew Bampeblra Manchester N H
Mllwaahss Mechanics Milanke, Wis
hecartty .....Maw Haven, Conn
OBce Corner Eigliteenth street
and Second Avenue, second floor.
Telephone No. 1047.
BOCK ISLAN, ILL.
DATES ft ClalUVELallB
Repreaaerint over 40 MUlion Dollars
ot Oaah i
Bonds of Sarrcyaiip.
OrWUS Bangntna'a htoca
J M BUFORD,
General . . .
Lessss ProaptlT P&id.
saue: sum a A sara. eans
IS'itl Baas.1 I eaawfareBi
SBtd Infill Bawru.
it isms is ariaaTBiantiaa.
J a VriSBw, Ti mn as
Send a tta aisma rcw aa
laaast en kirif ft. B..f
fW wash B. sr
For aasthf Barta
j. k. Montrose, aisaagsi. .
Monday, April 22.
GEO. P. STETSON'S Big Spectacular,
I TT I m Li rt i ii
UDCIB 101 S liflDlD
The Barana of tbea all. nnder tbe maa
aseaant of 1. W. Wasbborn.
Fifty atea. women aad childnn; doable band
aad orchestra; a greet company; a arcatcaetl
Two Topsies. headed by
Hiss Kate f artington.
Two hi eras. Xva and see ncny. Prince, Tone
Star tjaartel. Afrt an Mandolin plsyera. loa
ble quartet. Jubilee Singers, Baca and Wins;
deaeers. Shooters, t te. a pack of Genaino
Illoodboandr. hew songa. New dance.
Now ranMe Cveiythlnc new. a oar load ot
Beautiful Scenery. Conon pkaing. Home
in the aoaib. Bva's Aacenston. The mod
est sireet pasdo evr alven. let hands.
Goldoa chariots orawa by tiny little rhetlsnd
ponies. Tax eanz. cars, donkey, massive
docs, etc Acbaocaof a lifetime.
Prices aa atrial, J5c, &3c. S3c
Burtis Opara House.
Aad One Matinee Only-
SS&mi April 21 and 22
MATINEE MONDAY. APRIL 88.
Tit hit of t'e enon directly from a 4-weeks
iu at McVickeiV 1 nvatre, Chicago.
Tbe Kamooa and Only
la the crri('eat snectscnlar pm action
ever leea in this country.
CP TO DATE.
4 Ora-vd Bal e's,
The H online Scne,
Tbe Livirut Tnlip,
' ' Dan
geons i imtiMr,
GIANT KALEB, n&2??
OKii matinee: MONDAY, APRIL 22.
Prices tl.SO. SI. 75c. S e and 25c Seats on sale
Wednesday mornl"s. Astil 17 at Fluke'e book
store. Telephone SO.
Street cars after the performance.
Bortis Opsra Hoase,
Thursday, April 25.
Onlv Appearance of
Under the Direction of
60 MUSICIANS 60.
ELECTA G1FP0HD. Soprano Soloist.
BRUNO 8TEINDSL. Ceilo Soloist,
Prices $1.50, SI, IS and 50c Besenred tale for
subscribers at Fluke's Saturday morning;. Rea;-
nlar sale opea Monday morning. Phone No. SO.
pcrtis Opsra House
Wednesday, April 24.
ONE N,OHT ONLY,
la her famous success.
Glen MacDonough Sparkling Comedy
TJnder the direction of
C. B. Jefferson Klaw & Eclanger.
Prices (I, 75, 50 and tSc. Seats at fluke's
monoay morninj . leiepnooe so.
DBOPOSALS FOR FRESH BEKF ND FRESH
t htaltos. OBce Chief Commissary of Sabsist.
ooee. Chinas a. III.. March SS. I89&. Sealed pro
posals. In triplicate, accompanied by written guar
antee, (in duplicate), signed by two responaTble
persons, will be r celved here until 1 o'clock,
at.. Taeedsy. April S3. 1SBY at which time and
plaea they will ha opened m presence of bidders,
for farnlrhlns and delivery of such qnantiiiea of
fresh beef an mutton ea may be required by tbe
SnHeistonco Departawat at Port hrady. Ml-h
Jefferson Bsnaeks. Mo. Fort Laavonwor.b,
Kans.. Including Provost Quard at Mllltarv
Prison, Fort Reno, nkm . Fort smart Kans . Port
pner.osn. in., ron Bin, uue Fort Wayne. MTlcn ,
iMiwiwin j.i WBBf, lira., IN mock 1,1 SOU AT
sensl. III., darine six aaonibfl hwimwIm j.i.
I, ISM. Proposals will be received ap to and
opened at the tame boor at the several posts by
the respeetlve commiesaritsof sncb pot, encb
post coiamirsary receiving ptoposala for his own
post only, rrean oeer snail be good rn 01
aad condition, St for immediate b-e. and from
fore aod bind o natter meats i r-mortionatrl v. tn-
ciuuiiik mil ubi t cul, uHmn. rresa Bini'on soali
be of good, fat and marketable oaalitr. from
wethers vterone and under three rears old. Beef
and motion to be ore .era and trimmed and de
livered as oreecrlbed In clrculsr of inetrnrtlma
Pmnoala will be alo reeelvad ala'lnir nriee at
which bidder will deliver fresh beef or maroa of
character above statad, and to be delivered of
temperature not greater than 5 1 a grees Fahren
heit. Blanks for tmpsasls end aaa aateee and
Oienlar of tnstrnctione giv ag full information,
furbLhed on sppl cstion a re or to aetlng cs
Haary or sul Jstent e at any revr Uovernmrnt
resarvea ngnt to r jeer any or an propooata. 1
velenes eontalnlng pronn,sla sbooid be ma'ked
"rToaoaals for rreB Beef aad Blaiton" and ad
dressed to anrierstmert or A C 8. at poet aid for,
WELLS VILLA RD, Caat. and C. 8.
SBsat, Sswrnlasssa, or Hew as Tiwes.'
raaatst ml bmm am, VsJi WIsiKMJC
"TT -IT TJT "tlag llSilllsHSBI
We Ill raeUanas as apsssaass laraa
ar email, far ii adieu on us. ha assaka,
STBiBsar .nililiaa Muhn ansae tsaaad me
alBrtr.e-Winal Hnllil sevtaas. Or-
Admtntstra tor's Katlaa.
Estate of argarct Kelly. Paeasasd.
Tne andersiarned havtan been appotntod ad-
mrnleoator of the estate of Margaret
Kellv, late of the eounty of Rock Islasd, state
of lliinoia, decoassd, hereby giveo notice that he
will appear before the eoonty court of Boek Island
eounty. at the oaVe of the clerk of said conn, in
the city of Rock island, at the Jose arrm oa
the Srst Monday in Jane nest, at which ttase
all persons having rl.lnas aamnst said estate are
aotined nad reqaeased to attend, for the purpose
of having the same adjaeted.
AU iioreona ixdebted to said aetate are reo seat
ed in make in mediate nenaent to the under
Saiwl tble strd dav or March. A. T. ISBe.
DENkT C. CONELLr.. Admlnietrator.
STATS OF I LLmoia, I
In the circuit coarC Vsrch term. A. 1 . 1805.
Lnia amm vs. joep3 uarvin.
Aflldavit of uoo-rasideuee of Joseph Gervin.
the above defendant, having nten Sled in tbe
clerk's office of the circuit court of said county,
notice Is hereby given to the said son resident
defendant that the complainant Sled ber bill of
comnisint In tai-t conr, on the chancery s'de
thereof, on the STtb day nr March, l9i. and that
tbe-ennou a summons iesaed out of said court.
wberem said suit Is now pend'ntr retnrnable on
tbe nrst sionaay in tne montn or stay mn, aa oy
law required Now, antes, von the said n.'n-re.-ident
defendant above n-med shall penonally be
and appear be Tore said clrca't court, on the Srst
rlar of tee next term thereof, to be boldea at
Rick Island ia and for the said ronnty. o- tbe
Srst Monday ra May n- xt and plead, answer or
demar to the asid crmi-laicant'. bill of complaint,
th- same and toe m-tera a -d things therein
charged and stated will be aken aa confessed,
and a dsrree entered against you according to the
pra)e o,atd bill
Pock Island. Illinois. March STth. A. D. ISSS.
Jaaxi M. Busimut, Complainanl'a Solicitor.
Pnbllmtlon Mot tee.
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
In tbe eircnit coon, to the May term, A. D., tun
The Home But'din A Loan association of Bock
Island, vs. -lohn I'reeesen, aisry ureeasen.
Jcob Wiilms. Henry Lemberg. enl Charles
DeileNou, partners, etc., as Leoibr-r A Uetlef
son. Auaust H Lilt aad Marcaa uaetjens, part
ners, tc a. Teeeler A Company. Uumav
Stengel. Rock Island Brewing Company and
Sidsvit of the ton realdenre of Mary Oree-
sen. one nf tbe alrve named defendants, having
nevn B ed In the en rk's office or tne circuit e nr .
notice Is hcebv eiven to the sal 4 non-ree'dent
defendant that the omplateant Sled iu bill of
complaint In tb aaM eourt on tbe chancery l"e
then of on the 27th dnv of December. A. D. ISM.
and that a samn-one iiwued out of said com.
wbi rein aid soit is now pending, returnable on
tbe first Monday in the month of May next aa by
law rrq aired.
Now, unlrai ynu, the said lion-rcslderit defen
dants above named. Marr Oreesren. shall nersoD-
ally be and appear before the said clrcait court
on ha first day of the next term thereof to be
nolden at Kock is fan t in and lor said county on
the Srst Monday of May next, and Dlesyl. answer
or demnr to tbe said complainant's bi.l of com
plaint, tne same ana tne matter aod things
herein charred and stated and will be taken sa
eonf sed, and a decree entered against you ac
cording c the prayer of said bill.
kock isiana. u msrcu so, lnvo.
O. W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
JacssOR A Hossr, Attorneys for Complainant.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
BOCK ISLAND COTOTT.
la the Circuit Court, May term A. D. 18TB. Ia
The Home Bnildirg A L-na Association of Rock
Is and, va. Claia Koslie Matilda hsatner, Catl
Robert Kastner, The Hock Island Brewisg Com.
pany.John SpiUter, Jf seph J.Lerch and Joseph K.
Greve, pa'tners, etc., a. LercB A Greve; II. F.
Braaimer htamufactnring Company, and Uenry
Affidavit of Ibenca residence erf Clara Rosalie
Matilda Kastner and the 11. F. B rammer Manu
factarlng company, and Carl Itnhert Kastner, of
the above named defendants, hsvinir been filed tn
the lark's office of tbe circuit court, notice is
hereby given to the raid non-resident defendants
that the complainant filed bi bill of complaint in
anil court on the chancery std-t thereof, on the
ttth day of March. A !.. I89S, and that thereupon
a enmmona vssueo out oi vara conn, wnerein saia
suit Is now pendinc, returnable on tbe Srst Mon
day in tbe month of May next, as by law required
Now, unless ynu, the said non-resident de
fendants above named, Clara Rosslie Matilda
K Burner. Cart Robert Kastner and H. F. R rammer
Manufacturing company, shall penonally be and
appear before the asid circuit coo ton the Srst
dsy of tbe next term thereof, to be h Men st Rck
Island in and for the said eounty on the first
Monday in May, next, and plead, answer or de
mur to the asid coniplainant'ebill of complaint,
the same and the matters and thing, therein
charged and stated will be taken aa confeoaed,
aod a decree entered a ainst yoa according to
the praver of said bill.
Rock Islsnd, ill., March S IBM.
GBOHUE W. GAMBLE. iTlerk.
Jacksos ft Hubst, Solicitors or Complainants.
Is a Chance
CUT OUT THIS ADVER
TISEMENT AND RETURN
TO US WITH FIVE CENTS
AND RECEIVE A BOOK
CONTAINING FROM EIGHT
TO FIFTEEN PIECES OF
CLASSIC MUSIC, BOTH VO
CAL AND INSTRUMENTAL.
Woodyatt llusic House
1717 SECOND AVE,
N. B. Or send as fonr two
cent stamps and we will
mail the book to yon.
WuHm jkTUilag Tron a Tint
Silk Hwtftewhlif to 01rcMTnt.
Lie Oaxlmivj a Cpidalty,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
A. M. p&KKER.
Telephone No. 1214.
John Vollx Sc Co.
Sash, Doors aad Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
AH3 ECK10MLZE YCUT.
5TKEKSTH fit INCREASE
5AtTA CLAU5 50AP
BEST PUREST AI.D
TIIE NMIRBANK WANY
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.
HBATINB AMD VEMTILATUCO ENGINEERS.
HAVE TOU SEEN
THE : CAPITOL
If Not, Why Not?
Come and see the Hester, 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 Estate Security.
J X Bcvobd. President
F C Dbbkhost. Vice President.
P Obbcbawilt, Cashier.
Began snttrieae July 3. 1890, and erenriy the
S. K. cor. Mitchell A Ltnde's new building.
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, NO: S821 SIXTH AVENUE.
Shop oi. Vint 8tr-t VOCK 1HLA Nl
Elegant Styles. Magnificent Values. Lowest Prices.
We sell trimmed hats for 1.98 that other stores ask $2.50 for
We sell trimmed hats for 2 49 that other stores ask t-3 25 for
We sell trimmed bats for $2.99 that other stores ask $3.76 for
And all finer hats in the ssme proportion.
For exclusive designs in Parisian Pattern Hats and Bon
nets Tisit our Pattern Room. No Exorbinate prices asked.
Special Values For This Week.
Silk Capes $5.50. $5.95 and $7.50.
Cloth Capes $1.50. $2.95. $3.50 and $4.50.
Skirts $2.50. $3.50. $4.50 and $6.
Complete line of Silk and Lanndried 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.
BEE iOl HIVE
114 West Second street
TR2. HUSBAND YDU3
YCH PLEASURE CT U5KC
Incorporated Under the
C r Lynde.
John era baa h
U P nail.
S W Hurst,
Jackbob A IIcbst, Bolld'ors.