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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1895.
Published Pally ud Weekly at M24 Second
Avenue, Bock bind. 111. Intend it the post
offlce M second class matter.
J. W. POTTKB
TERYS Dally. 10 cents per week. Weekly,
$2.00 par annam ; la advance, f LDO.
All coannaalcatione of a critical ot argument,
tire character, political or religion, must hare
real nam attached for publication. Ifo luck
article win be printed over cUtlona slgnatnree.
Correspondence solicited frora every towntblp
la Bock Ialand county.
Tuesday, Mat 28, 1895.
The democrade Totera of Rock Island county
are requested to atnd deleiatt a to the county
convention to be held In Kock Wand, la aaid
Wednesday, May 29, 1895,
at 1 o'clock p. d., for the purpose of selecting
elzht delezates to the state conTentioa to be held
In Springfield June f. 1K9S. The representation
will be one delegate to every Z5 dcmscratle Totes,
and one for every fraction of 10 votes on the
presidential vote of 1893.
BOCK IS LARD.
First ward lr 8
recofMl ward HK 11
Third ward 7a 11
Konrth ward WO . 9
Fifth ward SET 10
biitn Ward 180 7
flcventh Ward 141 6
(South Hock Island 131 5
First ward 110 C
reeoad ward 1H3 7
Third ward Ml 7
Fourth ward........ 115 &
Fiftn ward M S
Kixth want Mir 6
Seventh ward HO 1
boutb Molioe . 180 7
First precinct 97 i
hecond precinct b'i i
Third precinct. 44 2
Firt precinct R5 3
Second precinct 61 2
Cordova M 8
'oe H5 4
ar.oe Creek 40 2
Port Byron (M :i
Zuoa 6! s
Black Hawk Ill 5
Coal Valley 'M 4
Kuril 74 :
Bowling 4!) 2 .
Amlaluxia 47 t
Buffalo 1'raii ie 11M 5
Drury 81 a
The primaries In the cities of hock island and
Holine, and In the village tf Port Byron, Milan
and Cnal Valley will be held at 7:30 p. m. Satur
day, May 25, le'tB, in all other places at 2 o'clock
p. m. of the tame day.
Dated at Kock Island. May 9, 1893.
T. 8. Bilvis, Chairman.
Wn.il Mi Ef iT, Secretary.
Now that tbr supreme court bag
finally acted on the Debs A. R. U.
case, and that the famous leader and
bis associates are to serve their sen
tences, lot us hope wc will hear no
more of the cases.
Last week it was announced that
the Norris'own (Pcnn.) Woolen com
pany .employing 400 hands, would ad
vance wages 10 per cent. The
Lukvns iron works, the largest plant
in Chester county, will also put up
wages 10 per cent.
The Chicago Chronicle, the new
democratic mornin; paper of that
city, made its tirst bow today, with
Martia J. Russell and Horatio W.
Seymour, publisher and editor re
spectively. The paper is a beauty
typographically and mechanically,
is vigorous and able editorially.
while in the way of art, the familiar
contributions of Charles Led ere r, so
Ion" with the Herald, and the finest
newspaiicr cartoonist in the country.
add to its embellishment. The
Chronicle is a sample of latter day
journalism. Long life to it.
Sadie Maktixot. the actress who
appeared in Rock Island last winter.
was the defendant in a suit by a
dressmaker in New York to recover
a pair of diamond garter buckles
These buckles seem to be of great
value, as well as great beauty, al
though they have been viewed by
comparatively few. Sadie was
brought into court the other day
She was asked as to the whereabouts
of the buckles, and she said they
were where they ought to be. The
prosecuting attorney looked at the
judge, and the iudgo looked at the
prosecuting attorney, and then their
combined eves tell upon the woman
in the vicinity of where the buckles
ought to be." Whatever the out
come of the case may be Miss Marti
not is sure to have the benefit ot the
Secretary (,rehasa'a Death.
The death of Secretary of State
Walter Q. Gresham removes one of
the foremost and brainiest men of
his day from American statesman
ship and American politics. His was
a bright and honorable career. As
soldier, patriot, jurist and diplomat
be has given to his country one of
the cleanest and highest types tf
American product, while his most
untimely death teaches the lesson
too often shown of how our great
men overwork themselves. He sac
rificed his life, it may be said, in the
service of his country. Overtaxing his
energies, and with a consciousness
of duty that did not yield even when
the physical 1 frame broke, he con
tinued to labor when he should have
been under the physician's care
The nation grieves at the loss of
such a man as Gresham.
'Sow, fea'ja'. you're posted; cone, five as yoar
la a brash at the frost what's the powder to user
Be winked at a star aa ha petted at cigar.
And slowly replied, "la a brash at the front
1 never ate powder, tnt- Soao toot .
Tint Altars delivered every even
ing at your door at 10c a week.
Memorial Day and the Children.
One of the most striking features
of the Grand Army encampment at
Kock ford one year ago, and at the
late encampment at Bloomington,
was the reception of the Grand Army
procession by the school children.
To the "old soldier" this was the
most pleasing part of the whole
demonstration. Feeling thus, the
Grand Army boys of , Rock Island,
are exceedingly desirous of having
the school children turn out en
masse, and, arranged in' ranks, in
the shade north of the county office
building, welcome the iprocession on
Memorial day. Their services will
be required a few minutes only, and
they will be highly appreciated.
Parents are asked as a patriotic
duty to their children to send them.
from the youngest to the oldest, to
the designated place, at the ap
pointed time for the procession.
They will be received and properly
The principals and teachers are
asked to co-operate in this place, as
they have always so kindly and effi
ciently done in other lines of work.
when asked by the Grand Arm v post.
This assistance mar be rendered by
peaking to the children in such a
way as to arouse their attention and
make the movement popular. The
presence and help of the teacher on
the occasion itself will be very val
Committee ok Arrangements.
Laat Nla-ht at the Fair.
The Industrial fair, which contin
ues throughout the week, was well
attended last evening, the excellent
entertainments being furnished at
tracting Increasing numbers with
each night. T,he program given by
Bleuer's mandolin and string orches
tra was deservingly appreciated.
Those assisting were: Miss Jose
phine Roche with a well rendered
piano solo; W. J. Kgan with a well
received vocal number; Grant Peter
son, ofMoline. with an artistic per
formance on the slack wire; Ray Dan
Normovle with a funny German rec-
tation. and J. M. Colligan with a
This evening's entertainment will
be given by the Columbia club un
der the direction of Prof. Carl
Adams, and a first class program is
A Hoaaehold Treasure.
D. W. Fuller, of Canaioharie, X.
V., says that he always keeps Dr.
King's New Discovery "in the nouse,
and his family has always found the
very best results follow its use: that
he would not be without it, it pro
curable. G. A. Dykeman, druggist,
Catskill, N. Y., says that Dr. King's
New Discovery is undoubtedly the
best cough remedy: that he has used
it in his family for eight years, and
t has never failed to do all that is
claimed for it. Why not try a reme
dy so long tried and tested? Trial
bottles free at Ilartz s UHemeyers
drug store. Regular size 50c and ft.
DID VOU F.VF.R
try Electric bitters as a remedy for
vour troubles ? II not, get a bottle
now and get relief. This medicine
has been found to be particularly
adapted to the relief and cure of all
female Complaints, exerting a won
derful direct influence in giving
strength and tone to the organs. If
you have loss of appetite, constipa
tion, headache, feinting spells or are
nervous, sleepless, excitable, melan
choly or troubled with dizzy spells.
Electric Hitters is the medicine you
need. Health and strength are guar
anteed by its use. Large bottles
only 50 cents at Ilartz & Ulleroeycr's
BUCKLER'S ARKICA SALVK.
The best salve in the
world , for
bruises, sores, . ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures
piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded, l'rice z oents per
bo. If or sale by ilartz & unemeyer.
At Spirit Lake, la., will open for the
fishing season on' Mav 15. The lake
has been supplied with millions ot
small tish during the past season and
nowhere in the northwest can better
fishing be found. For rates at the
Orleans address C. S. A bell, Mgr
Spirit Lake, Iowa.
G. A. Stillson, a merchant ot
Timpion, 111., writes, August ilO,
1891: Clinic Kidney Cure is meeting
with wonderful success. It has cured
some cases here that physicians pro
nounced incurable. I myself am able
to testify to its merits. .My lace to
day is a living picture of health, and
Clinic Kidney Cure has made it such.
I had suffered 2 years with the dis
eae, and todav J feel 10 years
younger than I did one year ago. 1
ran obtain some wonderful certin
cates of its medical qualities. M. F.
Uahnscn s drug store.
Wbra Baby was avk. w rnve her Caatorhv
Wage she waa a Child, ahe cried for Caioraa.
Whoa one became Mian, the clung; to Caatorka.
Waoa ahe had CLUdrea, she cave loom Caatorla,
- Children Cry for
Children Cry for
Children Cry for
B. T. P. V. COWTKXriOJr
Baltimore July 1 to St. 180S
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
the Chesapeake &OhioR'y. via Wash
ington, "the Rhine, the Alps and
the Battlefield line of America"
along the great Kanawha river,
through New River eanons, along the
Greenbrier, crossing the Alleghany
and Blue Ridge mountains, the Pied
mont aid Shenandoah valleys, 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 full information, descriptive
pamphlet, etc., address C B. Ryan,
Ass't. (. P. A., C. & O. R'y., Cincin
The Fourth Ward Caacua.
The adjourned democratic caucus
in the Fourth ward last evening re
sulted in the amicable adjustment of
the misunderstanding growing out of
the Saturday night primary. Otto
H?rkert was elected chairman and
James Lamont secretary. Delegates
to the county convention were
elected as follows: Charles Bleuer,
William McEniry, Otto Herkert,
George Lamont. J. Gibson, Fred
Staassen, Valentine Dauber, Henry
Frick, John Looney. ,
The Doctor Weds at St. Lou la.
Dr. J. P. Comegys stole a march
on his friends last evening and de
parted for St. Louis, where tomor
row morning at 5 o'clock he weds
Miss Thompson, one of Missouri's
gifted daughters. Dr. and Mrs.
Comegys will arrive in Rock Island
tomorrow evening, ihe doctor has
prepared a handsome home on
Eighteenth street for the reception
of his bride.
The E. Rutlcdge brought down 14
strings of logs.
The Pittsburg will be up, and the
Sidney down Th irsday evening.
The stage of the water at the Rock
Island bridge at noon . was 3.60; the
The Prescott and Verne Swain
came down, and the Prescott, E.
Rutlcdge and Verne Swain passed up.
Fair and much warmer today, with
light southerly winds, probably fol
lowed by thunder showers tonight
or Wednesday -morning; colder
Wednesday afternoon. Today's tem
F. J. Walz, Observer.
World'a Coluaablan Exposition
was of value to the world by illus
trating the improvements in the
mechanical arts, and eminent physi
cians will tell you that the progress
in medicinal agents has been of equal
importance, and as a strengthing
laxative that Syrup of Figs is far in
advance of all others.
Uecormtloa lay Kxcoralon. '
For Decoration day the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul railway will
sell round trip tickets for one and
one-third fare for round -4rip for dis
tance not over 200 mile. Tickets on
sale May 29 and 30, rood to return
May 31, 1895.
h.. v. w. holmes. Agent.
Oh! Sly Hack.
A good many tired men and women
could get rid of that pain in their
back if they wou'd try 1'arks1 Sure
Cure for the Liver and Kidneys.
The trouble is usually there, and
1'arks bure Cure reaches and cures it.
Sold by Ilartz & Ullemeyer.
Tratha Teraly Told.
Foley's Sarsaparilla cleanses , the
blood, jrives tone to the system, im
parts life and vigor, and makes the
weak stronjr. Trial size, 50c. M. F.
Bahnsen's drug store.
HZTJ&AL&XA ana iteaar Complaints,
raaantaetarad aaaer the stringent
VCERSSA1 KECSCIL U,
G&Z i-R rt Affinm
'Ontveen nine with Trade Mark Anchor. '
I. Aa. Richterft Ce.. rWursa fL,l!rr I CSX.
29 KSrlEST J.1KX3S.--
IS Branch Rouses. Owa Glanwsrks,
, Kc and ftCc. For sale tty Borst
i tkoerariiz, u. speidel. Harper
Insurance and Loans,
Boom 4, MitcheH & Lynde b'ng.
The Second Life.
PURGATORY AND PARADISE COM
PARED BY A MAN WHO
HAS SEN BOTH.
A Miracle Worked la the Bars B ectasia
r Borodino Creotea tans tioau
(om the Evening Ainra, Bbmeute, X. I.)
Albert Annkbee was a Terr skk man. He
had been ailibK for months and had been
compelled to remain home, unable to attend
to his business. Ilia friends stood or fat
about the few email stores in the Tillage of
Bormlino aui discussed his sau condition.
Appiebee was a carpenter and a good one
to'i, but since his strange malady overtook
mi nebal not shown any disposition to do
nv work. Lite baa ia its cnurm tor
im. he became a misanthrope and l-t in
rcrvthine. His friends advi-wi him and the
loni! doctors tried their skill on him but it
was of nn avail. Although thev no doubt
diagnosed his case correctly, lie grew worse
esjute tueir enorts.
liut he recovered and it has jnade such a
stir in the Mnall town that a Arjn reporter
was 6L-nt out to Konxlino to investiinte. lie
drove over and found Mr. Applt-be? hard at
work on the roof of a boose lie was build-ue-
well, it was just tnis way, rjcjran tne
carpenter, who is a cood-lookin man of
about fifty summers. 1 In the frtll of l.SVO I
bad a eie?e et grip. Jt was a pretty rougn
time for me as 1. was very sick and' I never
expected f en out ai:un except feot first in a
eoffin. But 1 recovered after a long sickness
but was left with an ailmenr which was nuiie
as dangerous and infinitely more p.'inful. I
had scrofula in my head for two years end a
half or o.ver and there was a sickening dis.
charge from ntv riehtoar. I took about
everv medicine known to the medical fra
ternity but could pet no benefit.
" I "was also troubled with a severe pain in
the stomach and indigestion wlifeh made
mc feel that life was not worth living. I-iwt
fall I began tukinga medicine known as lr.
Williams rink fills lor I'ale t'eopie which
were recommerded by a friend whose wife
had road of them in some of the country
papers. Rut I gave it a trial and was surj
prised to find that it benefited me. I tried
more and persevered and at last thank God,
I was cured. Mr ear lias discontinued dis
charging and for the past three months I
have been perfectly well. I make these
statements merely because I think the world
should lie acquainted with this remarkable
Several of Mr. Applebee s neighbors were
seen bv the reporter and thev in turn ex
pressed their confidence in tr. Williams'
Pink Pills after seeing the wonderful change
they had wrought on him. One said the cure
was simply wonderful as the man was a total
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain all the
elements necessary to give new life and rich
ness to the blood and restore shattered nerves.
They are for sale by all druggists, or may be
had by mail from lr. Williams' Medicine
Company, Schenectady, N. Y, for 60c per
box, or six boxes foi C -.50.
OST-A PAIR OF GOLD R03B GLASSES IN
I red case. Return to this office.
VOB RENT HOUSE OP THREE ROOMS
anl cell-, all in sootx condition. AduIj at
Ulu Third avenue.
WANTED -A NCRSE GIRL BETWEEN 12
and l'i rears of aee. AddIt to B. K. Kinu
at C. B. & H depot.
OST TdPOF SHIRT SrCD WITH THREE
li rabies, set In e.ld. reoresentinr a S leal
clover. The finder will b j liberally rewarded by
leaving at mis once.
OST A WATCH CHARM (LOCKED! SAT-
li orday eve nine betareea Fourteenth and Fit
teenth s! recta. Finder return to t&la office and
receive liberal reward.
POR REST ONE OR TWO FURNISHED
rocma with u-e of bath, la rood locality on
Seventh avenue. Reference given and required.
Addreaa "fli., akgds once.
WANT FINE SAMPLES HANDED" YOUR
fr!end,or neighbors Send A. F. Wood, par-
fnmer. Wood avenue. Detroit. Mich.. 10c for live
trial bo.tles Bitln-scenl Perfumes; receive offer
TH WAMTET DO YOU WANT WORK? I
have the finest line of household gool in
the country ; rood wages can be made: no ezfer
ieoce or investment accessary: atetdy work.
Call from 8 to 10 in forenoon, 4 to 6 in afternoon
Charles slogan. Commercial hotel.
WHY DO PEOPLE COMPLAIN OF HARD
times, when anv woman or man can make
from 5 to $10 a day easily. All have beard of the
wonderful auccess of the Climax Diah Washer;
yet many are apt to think they can't make money
selling it ; but anyone can make money, because
everv family wants one. One arent has made
fits 36 in the last three months, ater paying all
eipcnee and attending; to aaan'ar nuineaa oe
sides. You don't bave to canvass ; aa soon as
people anosr you have It for sale they send for a
dish washer. Address the climax Mfg. Co., 45
Starr are., Cslnmbus, Ohio, for particulars.
WANTED 10 Men.
To solicit orders for hardy nutecry stock, orna
mental trees and shrubs; roth city and country
work. Big pay; steady work; good territory
L. L. MAT & CO., St. Paul, Minn.
Xotlee to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received by the bnild
ing committee of the beard of supervisors of
Rock Island county, Illinois, until June 10, 196.
at It o'clock, noon, at the office of Ibe county
cleraoi kocb island county. In care or r. a.
Johnson, chiirman of the buildinc committee,
lor excavating. Taroisniog an materia a. ana Tor
tbe construction and erecting of the Bock Island
county couit house, to be olmated in tb-Court
House square, in roe cny ct uoca laianu, Illinois,
in accordance with the plans and specifications
and detail drawings to be on fl'e at the office of
the countv clerk of Rock Mand crurty. Illinois,
after M ay il.lMOS- Al! bidders will be required
to accompany tneir bid with a certified check of
Si,m.00 payable to tbe order of th countv
treasurer 01 noca isiano county, iiiiuots, wnicu
said check will be forfeited to the county of Roea
Island In the event of a failure of the bidder to
enter Into a contract with said board of super
m ors, should bis bid be accep'ed. Tbe fHrty to
whom the contract Is awarded shall enter irflo
bonds lor the faithful discharge of his duty in
the sum of fifty thousand Collars ff 50.0COI ap
proved by tne oaiiaiee; committee. Baid tu sna'i
be opened by the builrilor committee of the board
of supervisors on Monday, June 10, Irlfj, at It
o'clock, noon, or aa soon tberesfter aa aaid busi
ness mav be reached. Tbe riant is reserved to
reject any and all bids or to waive any defect or
iniormaidv m any nm saouia i oe aociuea to ue
beat interest oi ue county .to ao so.
F. A. Joanso. Chairman.
Attest : Jaaas G. Barrroa. gecretarv.
8. J. Maiviu, Jaaas Hsmox,
. NEtspiaaca. W. P. (jriTxa,
F. M Biaaar. W. R.Cabet.
u::s fiLT i cure for sap.
praassn aaa painrri menstrua
uoa, sod scmAu rat via i a 1 1 va
an remale urea-uantiea,
Kb m WHUsa twtaa tm
Hend a tla .t ama far ear
laetat on bavtnc Tit Ssyal
Psaiiisal?tlrtflai erewi trial)
I ia i rrajM-emttL are. le.
isi: wiaa-i rA. asa xua, Lb
For sale by Haru A tmemeytr. 301 anb su.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE?
PHTCAOO, KOCK ISLAND PACIFIC
- Railway Depot eorwar Fifth avenue, and
ftdrty-arat streetFreak H. Fluauaer, Agent.
Denver Llnulcd A Omaha..
Ft. Worth, Denver aTl K. C
tOmaha A Minneapolis......
Omaha Dea Moiaee Ex...
Omaha Minneapolis Ex..
Denver, Lincoln A Omaha...
8r Paul Minneapolis
Kansaa City A St. Joseph....
Denver, Ft. Worth A K.C..
IKensas City A St. Joseph.
tRock Ialand A Washingloa.
tChtcairo A Dee Maine
Rock l-lsnd Jt Brooklyn Ae.
t 4:60 am
11 :00 pm
4 :50 aas
1 1:10 am
til :10 pm
t S:M pm
W :50 am
It 1 45 pat
! 15 pm
r 7 40 am
Arrival, t Departure. tOal I y , except 8unday.
AH others dally. Telephone lows.
BURLINGTON ROUTE C.. B.
way Depot First avenue
treat, M. J. Tonne, aceat.
O. MAI tr
81 Louis Kxoreaa 7:00 1
St. Lonis Express ' T: pml
sterling, uunuqueast. rani T a:ew pm
Beard stown Passenger - 2:50 pm
S'erling. Dubuque ft-Paul t 7:56 am
S :60 pm
Daily. tDally except Sunday.
pHICAOO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL
'"- Railway Saeme A Beuthwestern Drrielon
Depot Twentieth street, between First and
Second avennea, E. D. W. Holmes, Agent.
Mall and Kxpreae.
St. Paul Express.,
4 KM pm
ll :4S am
ock Isiaitd Peoria Railway
Depot First Avenue and Twentleta street.
Eastern Ex. "The TrIlby',. .i 4: 10 sin
Peoria a tjt Loui! Jtall Ex...1 j:06am
Exprese ' 1:15 nm
Peoria Accom. Freight 7:10 pm
Cable (via Sherrardl Accom.' 6:00 am
Cable Aoeommodatlon i 8:40 am
Cable Accommodation 8 :t pm
Passenger traina leave C. R. 1. P. (Mollne
avenue) depot Sve (6) minutes tarlier than time
given. Trains marked dally, all other train
caily except Sncday.
Dcrlinoton, Cedar Rapids
lJ Northern Railway, depot foot of Brady
street, Davenport. Jae. Morton, aea. Tk't A
KJ .IK r.mlkin,fc
b7:'oO im b9.45 pm
West Liberty Trains
b7 :10 am
bt :40 pm
aiS :46 pm
bS :00 am
a Daily, nuauy except tsnnoay. tUoinc aorta.
lOolnc South and east. No. 18 runs between
Cedar ctmpids and West Llbeity.
Inaugurated April 21
TO THE EAST.
CKU f Depot
Lv Rock Island
Twentieth at Detot
Ar Louisville.. ........
405 am; 8 00 ami 140pm
410 am; 8 OS am
1 45 pm
7 35 am
9 02 am
11 20 am
t SO pml
Ar DaytoT. ...........
7 65 pm
10 80 pm1
7 IB am
fl 90 am
10 5 J am
1U 50 am
6 VI am
3 10 pm
Ar bt Louis.
9 45 am'
11 8: am
10 15 pm
lx 05 pm
Ar Terra Haute
1 10 pm
a au am
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
ROCK ISLAND TO ST. LOCIS.
Train leaving Rock Island at 8:00
a. m. carries tnrougu coacn to t.
Louis, passing through Pekin, Hav
ana, Springfield and Litchfield.
Lanes east oi 1'eoria carry tnrougn
coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
W. J. YOUNG. JR.
The Elegant Electric Light Steamer,
W. A. Buna, Matter; L. B. StriTaa, Clerk.
Leaves Rock Island for lauscatlne. New
Boton, Keitbsbura, txjaawka, and Bur
And Fkidav, at 4:30 r. m.
Klce rooms and rood meals. Special rates
to parties of Sve or more who wish to
mate tbe round trip. Tbe Tonng baa
been very recently purchased and fitted
np for this trade, and la not surpassed by
anything on the Miarisrippl for elegance
GEORGE LAMONT ft SON. Agents.
Diamond Joe Line Warehouse,
JoJbin VollL 3c Co-
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
. Woodwork for Builder
eidisf. Flooring. Walateoattnf
lltbltncjt, bat f th aad ttk avs
TiyU once and you will -like thousands
of other housewives - use no other.
"T TliE RRRlRBffl 0SC!4NY
To the People
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 ato your in
spection, and you are invited to see them. -
Adams Wall Paper Company,
310, 312 and 314 Twentieth street
BKATINQ AND VENTILATING ENGINEERS.
HAVE YOU SEEN
THE -:- CAPITOL
If Not, Why Not?
Come and see the Heater, 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 ori Real Estate Security.
J M BrroRD. President.
. Jon Cnt-aat'iiH. Vice President.
P UaaaaawALT, Cashier.
Bens business JulvS. 1HMH. and ocenny the
8. B. cor. Bitch.il 4 Lynde'a new building.
Carpenter and Builder,
0 OFFICE. NO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE,
Shop on Vine street, BOCK ISLAND
Duck Suit like cut in all colors f 1.
Other nobbj styles 1.93, f2.3, 1.
111 Weat Second Street
Incorporated Under tbe
C P Lynde, Wm Witmerton,
John ;rubugh Phil Mitchell,
H P Hull, L Wroon,
E W Burst, t M Bulord,
John Vol a
Jacasoa Uusmt, Solicitors.
It is conceded ly all who view our
handsome Milliner that we
are lcaucrs in this line. Hand
somer, more stylish Millincrj
at such reasonable pries is
nowhere to lie found.
May Sale of Capes
And Silk Waists
Wc arc not allowing prices to
staud in the way of our clear
ing sale, prolils not consid
ered. Rapid sales is our only