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FaioAT. Maacn 13. 1S96.
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The eaSMieralle voter of lb rllr of Hook
Meaa are reoriented to mm la tbeir mpe
tlte ward Friday. March a. at 7 JO p. at to
MDitiM om eaadidate la rirb ward for al
mu aad to elect a Bcmber of Ibe cilT eoe
aUtlae ana CBaae delve-ate to U dty-towa-aala
aoarantloo. The niimn will b held la
tae i uautlTt ward an followa:
Tint ward rranklla How Hoow
Third ward Rupervtanra' Room
'ovrtb ward frioa e Urry Rtable
rilto ward HimHm
Mat ward llo fifth A reave
Itnmtl ward Mlrect Car Bam
Each ward la entitled to delecaiea a fol
lowa, ratio belaif baaed on tb tot for C'lere
Und la IKK:
. Vote. tolerates.
Fir ward i?
Weiwiad ward tm i
Thlrdward. srt II
Pourtk ward ? a
ruia ward gm io
Mlxtlt ward t 7
areata ward itl
Total imp ai
IMawaim stated la their reapecUre wank
wiUamaaabloatTaraar bU Monday erenln
Morek CI at o'clock to aoailaata candidate
toreltj aad lowanhlp office an follow: Ob
aaacrvlMir fi two jtm two awintaat auper-
Tiwir fur two ;nn: nor woif and oea eol
ktor. WiijjmM. r.Miar. C-a.lrmaa.
In tbe parlance of the day the ra.
publicans of IUleols arc giving Mr.
Callou the marble heart.
Dbaco Loaiao, of Auburn, will
attain hia 100th birthday la a few
nays. ii la la esseiieat health.
A itraur old democrat of Water.
ilia. Me., baa voted the straight
democratic ticket there lor 3 years.
Potato ia are selling for 8 ceots a
baahel la many parte of Michigan.
and there Is bnt little demand for
them even at that price.
Am orange 16 iachee la circumfer
ence was taken from a tree at romo-
aa. Cat. It Is to be seat to Europe
aa a specimen oiieiuornta iruit.
ALL this Ulk about Senator Cnllom
withdrawing from the presidential
race in highly amnsing, when it is
considered mat no baa never been in
It only la hia own estimation.
McKinlit will be the republican
aomlnee for president. There la no
aeea waning until toe congestion
ratliica his candidacy to determine
that point. Reed, Allison. Quay, et.
al. are act in it with the high priest
Thk Iiliaoia republicans have
treated Uncle Shelby Cullom sbab
miy. it would not have Injured
McKlnlev or the canse of the robber
tariff If Illinois had intrncted its
delegates to Tote for Uncle Shelby on
the first ballot, St. Louis I'ost Die
E-Gov. Joskph W. Firta has
been elected republican national
committeeman from Illinois in place
of W. J. Campbell, deceased. Viter
can get most anything he wants from
the Tanner state central machine,
now that the best ofllces are gone,
and honore empty.
The disposition of England to set.
tie the Venezuelan matter according
to the Ideaa of President Cleveland
ahould aet a crowd of yappingcollege
professors to thinking that they
did not know as much about the
practical aide of international ques
tions as the president of the United
States, after all.
Taa average tramp Is probably the
most angodly and unrighteous being
to be found. A gng of thieves who
have been operating south of La con,
111., were discovered near kietamora
with the communion service stolen
from a church In the latter city. It
was found In aa old barn and the
tram pa had need It to fry eggs on.
It will not be long before some
Idea can be had of the drift of repub
lican sentiment in regard to the
choice ol preaidential candidates.
Stale contentions have already been
held la Arkaata. Florida. Kansas,
Ohio. Iowa and Mississippi, aad oth
era have bcea called for the following
dates: Wlsooasle, Milwaukee. March
1; New York. New York. March 24;
Texas, Austia. March 24; Minnesota.
MlaaeapoUs, March 23; South Da
kota. Huron. March 23; New Jersey.
Treatoa. April 1ft; Nebraska, Linl
cola. April 13; Georgia. Atlanta.
April 29; Iiliaoia. SpriagflelJ. April
29; Indiana. Indianapolis. May 7:
West Virginia. Clarksburg. May U.
mm Tail laws ry.
A vast aaase of direct, uajapeach.
able testimoav nrove haennrl ...
poeeiMlity of doubt that Hood 'a Ssr
aavBi uiw aciwauij aon pwrioBuy and
Craaaeatly care dissasis oansed by
para blood. Its record of cures la
uaeqaaled aad the cures have often
beea accomplished after all other
preparations had failed.
Mood. PUls car all liver ills, bil
lewsaees, jaaadlee, ladlgesUoa sick
USHER8 ARE TOO USEFUL.
Bock Islakd, March 11 Eoitob
Abovs: Being a patron of Harper's
theatre I am not disposed to be un
justly severe with such shortcom
ings as may characterise the new
management, realizing aa I do the
disadvantages It labors under in as
suming control late in the season.
Bather am I disposed to congratulate
it on the success it has so far at
tained. The feature, however, to
which I cannot refrain from refer,
ring and I think I voice the tentl-
menu ol nvarlv everyone who makes
a practice of attending the theatre
outlives in its obnoxious nature the
present control of the house. I refer
to the coterie of voun? rontlemen
who officiate as nshers. Under the
mistaken impression that their du
ties require that thev should oar.
ticipate repulsively in what is trans
piring on tne stage, these Tonne
gentlemen make ridiculous soecta-
cles of themselves in estaying to lead
ana direct me appreciative spirit of
the audience. Such behavior is no
ticeably out of place even with
such attractions as we have
been having of late, but I was
pained to observe the aame disposi
tion on the part of these theatre at.
tacbes on a recent occasion when a
company of nnusual merit visited ns.
It seems to me that if the ahow de
serves approbation the audience will
do the rest without animated sugges
tions from the highly intelligent ser
vants of the house.
Tub Arocs. while adding its amen
to thia. having noticed the feature
complained of, had hoped that it
would remedy itself before the pat
rons of the bouse felt the necessity
of publicly calling attention to it.
Taa Twlaa a Wean Baaablla.
To be kept thoroughly well posted
on the newa of such an eventful year
as 1898 promises to be, a person
should read the columns of a live.
wide-awake metropolitan paper be-
siue tne couniv or local newsDaoer.
Now la the proper time to begin a
yearly subscription, which will cover
tne preaidential campaign, the great
speeches, the November election and
the outcome of all the wars and
troubles abroad. If intending sub
scribers will heed a word of advice
they will send II to the Twice-a-Week
Republic Thev will receive
in return twice every week for a
year a copy oi tne spiciest, newsiest
and most entertaining newspaper in
the conntrv. The Twice-a-Week Re
public wilt make a specialty of giv
ing all the political news and
speeches on both sides and at the
same time keep up the very enter
taining departments it has always
A big inducement ia offered to
those who become so interested that
only a dally metropolitan paper will
meet their wants. The daily and
Sunday Republic has been reduced
to only fc a year or 13 for six
Electric Bitters is a medicine suit
ed for any season, bnt perhaps more
generally when the languid ex
hausted feeling prevails, when the
liver Is torpid and sluggish and the
need oi a tonic and alterative is felt.
A prompt use of this medicine has
often averted long and perhaps fatal
bilious fevers. No medicine will act
more surely In counteracting and
freeing the system from the malarial
poison. Headache, indigestion, con
stipation, dizsiness yield to Electric
bitters. 30c and tl per bottle at
nana a unemeyera urug store.
Kottetla hcrat-jr Wa that Taatdar. the Tth
dijrof April A D.. lwa, la tha dtj of Kock Isl
and, IIU, aa election wi 1 be held for taa fuIloalDf
oflleaia, to-w t:
One aMarraaata the Ftr-t ward for tweyreta.
One atfaruaa kith -aeon ward foriwayear.
Oae aldcrauia n taa Third ward for two reara
Uee aldanaan la la r a ih ward fortwo jraia.
va a earajaa la ua nrik ward for twa rarr.
Oaa aMraaa la tfe Mate ward for two
Una Btdaiaaaa la the aevjath ward for two
aa Saperrlaor for two yvara.
Two Aa ataat eapamanra for two rear.
Oaa Aa-sa-ir for eaa rear.
Oaa collector tor oaa tear.
Wattk aktrttaa will aa oma at 7 o'clock la tha
avwaiar aad coatlnaaooaa aatil Saclock la u.
aiirraoew or a at a 7
Plecee at rrgwtrauoa and voting will be as IW-
rtnt Warl-rrankl'a boa hoc
Sfcoad Ward -Praclact L. No. Kit Third ave
a. aVcoad Ward FitheHOaai4 HtnAfm a.lL
TBtra wara - naciaet 1, ao ISM Third arenaa
Tk'M War I WraelBct - Joha T..W. mwm.
crrv, BlfMk eraaae aad Foarlaantb airrat.
Jjwia Ward fnoiact L, Oiauoka Hvrr
Voacth Want Staclac t. Ho. S tcaaoL Ftftk
aranaa aal Wlaataaatk traat.
Fl fi a ard - Fraclact 1, Hoar Boea aa Twea
rifMWard Pralact & Schaikli' trocarr oa
Tw. tlath acrart.
Blstb ward no. ni saraatk aataaa.
a., a Ik Wad Fraaiac I. euwat ear bare
Beveath Ward Prwctac t. OM No 7 echonl.
Bee Itlaad, HU Marca 4, A. D. !.
Mystie Cnre' for rhematlsm aad
aearalgU cam ia 1 to S daya. Iu
actio upoa tha system is remarka-
oia ana mysterous. 11 removes at
onoa tae cause, aad tha disease
immediately dlaappaara. Tan first
dose greatly relieves, 7ft oanta. Sold
oy utto urotiaa, aruggut, ttoca is
laad aad Goat. Schlegel e Boa, 220
west Second street, Davenport.
As aa honest remedy Foley's
Honey aad Tar does not hold out
false hopes ia advanced stages, but
trnthtully claims to giva comfort
"S te u TtrT worateaaaa.
ad la the early stagea to effect a
w. Totaala at H. I. Ttshasea's
IS IT A TRIFLE?
That Common Trouble, Acid
Dyspepsia or Sour
Now Recognized as a Case of
Acid dvspspsia. commonlv called
heartburn or sour stomach, is a form
of indigeation resulting from fermen
tation of the food. The stomach br
ing too weak to promptlv digest it.
the food remains until fermentation
begins, filling the stomach with gas.
and a bitter, sour, burning taate in
the mouth is often present. This
condition soon becomes chronic and
being an every-day occurrence is
given bnt little attention. Because
dyspepsia is not immediately fatal,
many people do nothing fur the
It is now well known among able
physicians that the whole constitu
tion .is gradually onderminded and
weakened, thai the nerves and vital
organs are seriously affected by any
form of dyspepsia. Thia is plain, as
every organ, every nerve in the body
is nourished by the blood and the
blood is replenished from the food
digested. If the food is properly di-
gestea tne oiooa is pure, the nerves
steady, but if supplied from a sour,
fermenting, decaying mass, the
blood is vitiated, poisoned and the
result is shown in sleeplessness, lack
of energy, poor appetite, nervous
ness, livery trine is magnihea and
the dvspeptic sees nothing but the
dark side of everything.
n iinm a recent period a remedy
has been discovered prepared solely
to cure dyspepsia and stomach trou
bles. It is known aa Stuart's Iys
pepsia Tablets and it is now becom
ing rapidly used and prescribed aa a
radical cure for every form of dys
pepsia. It is not claimed to cure anything
except dyspepsia and stomach weak
ness in its various form, but for this
it has been shown to be unequalled.
The eminent specialists, tteed and
u Leary, have recently stated that
they considered Mu art's Dyspepsia
Tablets an unfailing specific for dis
orders of the digevtive organs, and
the remarkable cures made in cases
of long standing dyspepsia proves
that this remedy has extraordinary
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets have
been placed before the public and
sold by druggists everywhere at 60
cents per package. It is prepared
by the Stuart Chemical company.
Marshall. Mich., and while it
promptly and effectually restores a
vigorous digestion, at the same time
is perfectly harmless and will not
injure the most delicate stomach,
but on the contrary by giving per
fect digestion strengthens the stom
ach, improves the appetite and
makes life worth living.
Or. WtHUaM ladlaa Pile Ototaaeat wO car
aUad bleadiBK, alaaretod aad ttchlac pOaa. It
abaarhsthataaaors, alia the ttchlac at one,
acta aa a poolUca. rtrae taataat relief. Dr. WIl
daaaa' Indian PUe Otntmaut i prepared onlr foe
pilee and itching of tb print part, aad aotbior
alee. Kraty bos is cnarantaad. Sold by druf
rMa, nt by null, for 80 ceata and tl par box.
Wmiaais VaaaJactartng company, Proprietor,
CleTlaad,Oklo. Bold by T. H. Thotkan.
Children Cry for
Caus. Blsttbb, Mjutacer.
OSE WEEK, COMMENCIKO .
Sunday Night, March 8.
Anna E. Davis
Sapported by the atrongeat organ lsatioa
of ita kind before the public Ia a reper
toire of new play ia enprraed with de
nghtral apada'tier, carrylnc a car load of
rcanery aad electrical ctfct.
A French Spy
teats oa aal at Dleoer'e Jewelry ttor.
Prices 10c, 20c and 30c
Rortis Ocsra House
Sunday Eveniiig, March 15
CHA. BLAHKTS Vm farce
paay a mttet ancotar.
"A Baggage Check"
Beaded by JaaaaT. Fbj.lt. Lizxib
Maxaoaa. aad a aapcrb cart.
The Trlloy QaadrtTVa
The SOik Oaainre-aarl',
Tne Athletic Wrta.
SO new aad original aperialUaa. More
mna e than a cemic opera.
Pr'cea-TSe. 10c and Ste tmmt bbU at tanaa
Prtday meralac Teiepkea aa. Perry boat after
f "a - Aav aa
waa Bar reeaaa a laaiataaal
Men whack kaaalentaaanltar.
ew.lnttable. Weak troni Sieaabr
W b irWl aaae. anaaian, 1 1 mrai.naraaaa.
THIS ARDTXa f?KlDA:Ya MABCH 13, 1896.
. m Ik. . .1. -w I J
mtwatadeoaaaad, hereby (fee notice taatefe
peer before the ceaaty coertof Bach labtad
W nat . irflk. ma mmiA mnmm im.
Uta an alaaday ta AptU aact. at waiek Use
all paiauae aarlag etalaaa aea-aat aaid eatata are
Wall I and mataeaa to attead, for tha paipoaa
mi mm wmamm aojinaa.
AH paiaoaa tedaated toeaM alalia are rev
urn mediate pajmaat aa taa
D-A oi li day of Vnraarr. a- l . IMS.
HUTRUtTTA hi. BKAOT, Adainiatratrix.
Btata of Starr D.B 8ekm. drtaaaed.
Tne nadereigwed aavina; an ateitmid adarin
tetrejor of tlie .etate of Mary D. B. Bcharr,
lata of tna connty af Bock laland. atatr
of Dliaala, deeaaaed. brmey gi.ee Hum taat ar
win appear ocnir acconui) eoanor nuca aland
eoaatr. at the uaVa of tha clcra ut attld oort tm
a aity of Bncs lalaad. at lb At HI trra. oa
tka arm Moadar la A pi 11 tut, at wklck lieae
all aeraone ha viae claim arainat aid eatatc are
antiSrd aad raqaeeud b attead, fur the perpoee
aa na.iRa aame aaiuewi.
All pareone mdettud to aaid nffata are reeaaa
ee la make Immadlata parment to to ajider-
4 this 14th day r Prhnury. A. Vm.
UAH a 8CBAVK, Admtnlatratar.
Batata of Mary 3. M uMran. deceand.
Tk aadaraaraad navma b-aa annointnl admla
Istrator of Uie aetata! of Mary J. Mnliiran.
lata of the county of Roek laland.
rtat of inlnoia, dnocaee, aereby atrea aotke
ha be will appear before Um county conn
af Kock laland coaaty, at the oHIca of the Clark
of aaid anvn, lata cltv oTRuca lalaad. atlka
May tana, oa the drat ejoaday In May
aest, at which time all peraon having elilma
arainat aid eatata are notified andiueated to
attead, ur tha parpoae of baring tueeama ad
luetad. All peraon Indebted to raid aetata are re
queued to make immediate payment to tha aa-
Dated thl with day of reSm-ry A. D., 18SS
Tkohab MuLMaax, Admtniatratcr.
rtat of lluhrth Wlrtv lrml
Taa aaderalcned nartnr brea appointed admln
latrator of the aetata of kliaibetk WirU. laic uf
the eoanty of Hock laiand, ruie uf Ililnoi,de-
cainw, nervny kith emicr iaai ne wtti appear
before the eouutT roort of Kock bIiimI conn.
t?. at the olac of the clerk of paid court. In
the city of Rotklelrnd, at the May tr-ai on tor
drat Monday in May. next, at which time
an peraun uavin; uairna at a.net eeld a
tale are notified aad reqaeetrd toaiteno forth.
parpoae or mim um eame adjoetad.
au paraoaaladeiHed u aaid aeute are request
ed to make unmedlaie payment to the BBder-
Oated thia 2Xh dav of Vbrnary. A. V. 1 a,
Bbkbt Wiaia. Administrator.
Spoclal Taxatlow Kottco.
BTATB OK ILLINOIS, I
Bnca leu n ('nr,-r f
To Peter- Armacoat and the unknown owner.
and all ot .. re In ere-ted :
Yoa aa nrrby notified that fie followirs lo'a
and lanlitattedin theronatr of Kock Hand,
and atate of II Inoin. towi :
Lota and 10, block 10), an lalnala, aerated to
rater Armasoat. were ao'ri tn t nmjm4..Mi -
the connty ro letor tax rale on tne 7th day of
Jan-, 18111, fort'ie axer, -pecial a-sinient and
eon doe ike elate of IMnnU, and ihe county of
Mock lelana for the yearlbdl. Aaa the time of
ivdemptlpn from aaid rale Will expire oa I he 7lh
dayof Jif. iflw.
Hated tbia.h daycf March, 189.
Jaat a Q. Bbittok.
Special raiatloa Xotloa.
BTAT1 or ILLINOIS. I
Rnca IsLaaro Ootrarr. I
ToSebaaHaa Herman aal the nuknown owr.ers
ana m oiaere mt rretea
Ton are her. by nottfled that the followina; Vnt
and l.al. atta ud In the coonm of ,,ek l-'-ni
and state of II inula. to-wi: Lot 3 and 4, bice
11. Bi aa. ill to eballa Hermea aetvaold to the
unoT-iita mi in. c nnty erector a tax eale. o:
u 7 to oar or June. l&M, for tt.e taxea. rpeclal
aaraemente and roam d-.e tl.eat leof l:ri' 1- a d
the c mnty of Heck lalaul for ihe yrar 1MU. and
the tia.e of ledtnipii.m rrm raid a.le alii txpira
VM HW ' UOJ Ol wuuv, ICTJW
Da cd thia Mh day of Manh. 1W
J MEa O. BHITTOIt
8T ATB OF ILLIKOIS, I.
Roca IsLAjm oocittt. I
By rlnue of an oiler and decree of the eou..y
court of kock lelaud o nnty, lllinole, made o
the petition of the anderelgoed. Hannah Jnhn
oo. admiaiatrauix of the aetata of Andrew
Jonnooo. deceaaed, for leere to eel! real aatate
of aaid deceased, at the V brnarr term, a. D..
18MJ, of raid eoort to-wlt: on the lft day of
V . - . r .ana i . ' .
. v i u -1 j , v . a piibu im rna lwn
day of laarcfl. next, at tha hoar of a . i.k
m., aril at public rale at the eontb door of the
court b'oee In the etty of rlork I-land, in
Sid county, the real eeutte dworlbed aa fo'lowa.
to-wlt: Lot number el-Tea (11, In block number
forty-Ore (41) in Chicago or Low, r addition to
ne ciiy or noca ii an. in tne eonnty of Roek
jpibuu. ua rimie oi liltoore. raoj -ct to a niort
rte lien of Ove hnnred and uT-n ) k
Ore hundredth- iSSIS r& dollar la faror of toe
naca nawa nomeweau eniMire. Loan A ?ta
tnga AarorlaUoa,on Ibe f jllowing terma. W-wit:
lea ia l,du.
Dated thia 1Mb day of February, A. TV, lflgt.
Admlnlstra'r'jt of the estate of Andrew Joan eon.
. Mottoe ot rabUeaciam.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, l
Boca laua-D CoTjirrT, (
In the ctrcait court, ray term. IMS.
Jemee Onularr y Bearr Omalae-, It . rine A
Hare lav. John M Omalaer HnWi
Mary . eamalh, Mamie Wateon, ChxiaUue
liarrlnT 1 ra aha sataw
Afldant of bob realleres of Sue A Barcla'.
eonn um mer. atoaert Oth aer, Mar Nee
math, Mamie Wateon. Chrtetlne Oardnrr. he
hoje d-feadnta. Baring bean hied io the
w m vkicw vi Mm circuit soon or raid eoanty.
SWindbaa man SkBABnekaVaafem haattLa at mm . .
, aBwa,.ri ucivu KITf-Bj n XIW Mia OH-
resfdeot 6efn4nt that the enm:Mi.tit fl y him
kill 4ka Anaaaalat. lam . J - o r
.. woipuxniu, w iu o-an, mm ue aiooen
aa. wav eera mwi uaj im tjUW aaTCDwal Of MT
Brxt,wl by tew reqolrart. Now. anlea you,
the aaid Boa-realdent deleodanta ahore naaW
BhaU pereoaally be and appear before tbTud
elrenit coin oa the Srat cry of the next term
there-r, to be bolaea at Kock lalaad la a d
for the aaid eeonty. ea the mtt aoaday la
May, aext. and piearl aaewer or demnr to the
said compiatBaaCe bin of CMaplalot. tka earn
and the matter and thlnra therein cbarsed
--. - 1' mm wnirreea. ana a
S2e71ISj1.llU'M 700 h h
w uiib w. w am BLI. Clark.
arraawB A Waaeatu.
Kotlee ad FabUeatlem.
STATVOP ILLTMOla, l
Roca lauaDOmnrrr. I "
Ia tbe Ctrealt court. May Urm, 1 St Iachia-
Farter bkianer. e -mplaiaaat, y twlwrr Hmv
x mm. John B Bnoiaa, Kea Utrno da klirkaP
Keyaolda Jr. Le-y M bannon A agenda o ker-
Re Tool da
e aaa ii'wr rtiaau, ar. tXro it r I
laat will aad teal m eat of AU ka P
Amdarit of aoa-rcaidenea of iw- i
ante. Batary Reynold, dona B Fmimm t Hmm
teyaoldb. BM.aa P Kn..ma. Jr. an Ell aP
Bejaokt. Jr. ex-cat a der tne laet anl. ad
taetamaat of Sliaaa P Metndd, tr. tmoeadad
with f above aimed defenrtanhs Lao M cttia
aoa aad Amaade O Beyer Id, haetaz beea W
hi the etork'e oaVm of tha cWo.lt court or aaid
coaaty. Bodce fa) i here ore aer by a yen Io tbe aaid
non-reaieert er-ndxt that the cnmilonant
Sled hla M'l ot comi4 int la aJd aoeru oa tae
chaareryrida tle'eof, oeibatTi i my of rebra
ary. ISMi and that tbereapoa acnrniana iaaaad
oat of M eoert, wherein aaid eit la aowroad
lac rrarurnabl- oa ia BrM ar f the next
w ikpw.ii "i mmm aMryaoaua.
execntee ende' the iaat will aad -eatemeat of
Swwa FBeyaoldr. Sr. aball areoaa.j he -ad
appeer aaSare the aaid cireatt aoart.eatBa Set
day of tbe Beat term thereof, to h- L daa at
Bock blaad ia a d for the aaid eoanty, oa the
foanb day ia May. next, and pi ad, anrwar
ar deeaar to ta aa'4 corrltn' a.'a bill of
eom.1,1 tlatT the aame -d tbe matter tnd thin.
there' a charted aad rtatel will bj take at a -fined.
d a derm eat rdagataai yoa accord
ing ta the ara-ac of Mid ML.
Oaoaaa W. O.anxa. Oat
wn. i m J ul - it a n .7.
maota, Feb tl, I8a.
ucaraana m itwbw. -Dcaaxaxt
flail SB. -r-
: Adaalaaatiafe Moaaaev
fchnlijBMjBBaaal Hra. draad.
term taaretr. ra: a " rw caw of na
a a, a k) by law r. nitd ow. ueleae yoa, the
aaid bob rralnVnl dr'andaat- atwra earn U.
err Barrald John M Kryaa-u. ta
OR SALE-NEW 8-ROOM HOUSE, SS08
Hixth avenue. Apply on premises.
WANTED-eoo HORSES TO CLIP. GEORGE
Shado. corner Third and Rock Island
OST-A LADY'S POCKET-BOOK COX
I udntn, au tti.it -Ki m v.- .
Ita return to thia offloe.
VITANTED ENGAGEMENTS BY COMPE
n w if!!' n"J,r0Jrtetrto" preferred; flra.
G. W. Miller. l.5 Fourth avenue.
rjV)R RENT NICE FLAT OF THREE
A. rooma In Induct rial Home. Steaia beat
and ra auive. Apply to T. H. Thoniua.
TANTED-ENTLrMAN AND WIFE PE
r r sire room aud board iu private family
State particulars. AdunfM "X.. Aauva.
T ANTED-FIRST-CLASS DINING ROOM
None but a tirvt clai one need
apply. Mr. C. I'earsun. ijau Fifth avenue.
XjXR SALE ON EASY TERMS. TWO ONE-A-
bttlf-ure lout on Webb street. Mouth
Rock Wind, by Ueoiye F. Roth. Muaunic Tem
ple. W AfTED ENGAGEMENTS BY A CER
vr titled pmfeasional nurse, late of Man
chester England. Terms very reasonable.
Apply IMS Fourth avenue.
WANTED A GOOD STRONG BOY ABOUT
Id or 19 years old to work in irrocerv
buntaess: must be able to take care of horses.
Apply at R. KuschrruuuVa.
CV)R SALE A FIRST-CLASS SHOOTING
a- gallery in irood order, with or without
nS""; L.h.eD ,or oash if "Old quick. Address
Charles W olff. No. lil Eiifhteenth street.
T TARRY B. IRVIN. DEALER IN NEW AND
A A second-hand (roods; also iroods handled
m commission. Cash paid tor all saleable fur
niture. Before buvinir. Kive me a cull -LSI 1
Second avenue. Rock Island.
WA NTED TO BUY FOR CASH. SECOND
band Koods of every description. Money
to loan ou chattels and all articles of value.
Goods stored and soKl on coninilssion. Leave
your order at IMS. Second avenue. J. W.
AITANTED-MEN WHO WILL WORK FOR
r5 u month salary or latve commission
sellinic staple mious by sample to dealers. Ex
perience uuiiewssur-. Write us. Household
Specialty company, 77 W. Fourth street. Cin
WA NTED HOUSEKEEPERS TO KNOW
that Crystul marble enameled preserv
ing kettle: also Acme cake beater and Red
Star Hilernailiwti ... .1.1 .. .. .
, , . .. . . . pi v ill. jr. i II 1 1.11-11 V-
ly located at slK Twenty-fourth street. An
Houai lrAtil ( l . . .1 i n ... : . .
- ... ... v........... Bvi.mcr.piiicm cover.
WANTED SCHOLARS TO LEARN THE
French Kelhsrit system at 1611 Second
avenue. The complete system embraces the
model, complete instruct ions in cuttitut, dttirur.
French bustintr and boninic for only flu. Usual
price for system complete, Mrs. M. E.
WANTED GOOD RELIABLE HELP OF
au kinds who can furnish references to
use The Ahijvs want column. Calls are re-
vlml a . ,hlu ..m.... ..o.. j . . . .
- ...... inr uvaiciiiit'x. etc..
who can come well recommended. Try this
wiuuiu iv. i m, miiieuou uiiu ii you are reliable
CI fin TO ANY MAN OR WOMAN WE
vm-w cannot teacn to draw a crayon
piHTruii dv our patent method in three lessons.
We pay our pupils lu to SI8 per week to work
for us at home, eveninirs or snare time fitwt
for work and particulars. Hermann A Sey-
uvui , .10 liuuiu o;alu sireei, rnuuueipma, ra.
iHYPSY QUEEN LATELY ARKivni 1st.
vJ forms the public of her wonderful powers
u iciHuupc iuv urtuiry 01 one s nie uy exarrun
lncr tbe palm of tbe band, telling tbe past,
present and future: lost or stolen property:
tells you the name of your future companion,
whether false or true. Tells you what busi
ness yon are adapted to. Tells voa all about
absent friends. Teas you what planet vou
were born under. Private consultations. Call
irom a. m. to w p. m. 051 Twenty-fourth
ARRIVAL EXTRAORDINARY OF THE
world's most famous medium. Minium
Desarmeuux, the only irenuine natural born
clairvoyant in this section of the country or
that ever visited this city. She has been pro
nounced by the press, medical faculty and
m icmnm icucnui.v oi two continents as the
most powerful medium that has ever tnM
in her line. She Rives reliable and important
advice, and information on all business untier
takinirs. warns you of eoininif dangers, averts
trouble, sickness, etc.. guides vou ariitht in all
affairs of life. murriaKe. divorce, love, law and
speculation: teus 11 friends are true or falsa.
Tne future plainly revealed, lovers united,
troubles healed, names of friends a-nrl iiwmU
and does trive the name of future husband or
wiie. wun oay 01 mamaKC: locates and diag
nosis diseases, cures fits, witcherv hi nook
evil and improper conditions, strengthens the
weak, cures rheumatism, reunites the separ-
m ne or uusoanu. unu secures ior you the
hand and heart of the one vou love in miirriHtf-
brings you success and good luck in all under
takings, gives you lucky days, weeks and
months and years: tells all about your future
family and domestic life: gives excellent and
reliable advice on all things pertaining to mar
ried life, teaches clairvoyancy and developes
u.iuimu-1 ui 1 rou one w six monros so vou can
tell everything, includimr mimes liiontM ui.l.l
silver, copper, coal, iron and lead mines; also
oil. gas aad water: finds buried treasures, hld-
uen lonunes. papers, documents, lost articles,
absent friends or relatives. AU business con
fidential and attended to in person. Positively
no attention Daid to letter- nnl.- uiMmm.
niedbyri. Come now: don't wait till shea
gone ana men come. Parlors 1W5 Fourth ave
nue, nours a. m to p. m. open aundaya.
SIS sad Sll Went bVeead Btrrat,
High Class Seeds
" Of all kinds suitable for the
most critical market Gar
deners and Trackere
CLOVES AND GRASS SEEDS OF
Garden Tools. Seed Drills,
Cultivators. We carrj a
complete stock of the cele
brated 'PLAHET, ja.." TOOLS
Send for Catalogue.
Wholesale and Retail.
A IRare Opportunity
To Secure Good
A Sale Exiraordlnary Now Oa.
We quote a few prices that cannot be beaten and
Alisons Standard Library.
Bound in cloth. 12-mo.. good
paper, clear print, publisher'
prices 1, sale price S7,e.
Albion Edition, elegant cloth,
gilt top. stand works 27c.
The Famous Allison's Arun
del series, comprising history,
fiction, Vavel, adventure, bio
graphy and religion. This splen
did edition will be sold during
tbe eale at 20c or 6 for a $1.
D & H Classics. Handsome
and dainty handj volumes. 100
titles, sale price 18c
R. ORAMPTON & CO.
1 72 Second Avenue.
Have attained their celebrity so'ely
publicly exhibited in competition
THE HIGHEST AWAKlT
At the International Exhibition at Crystal Talace. N. Y.. ia 1853
over 10 J pianoa on exhibition First Prise to the Schomacker Piano!
, 1 e ranklin institute in Philadelphia ia 1845, 1858, and airaia
in ioi4. b
At the American institute in New York in .858.
At the Marylaod Institute in Baltimore in 1848.
At the International Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876.
The Schomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards,
bold costikcocslt fob 28 years at
Wallace's Music Store K'd&r.
B BATIK Q AMD
W Mil aMT IS
Carpenter and Builder,
OFTICK BO! Wll 8IXTH AVKNUX.
Shop on Vine ati eU ROCS IS LAW D.
NEW SPRIKG. STYLE IN
j Gapes; Separate Skirts," Waists, Millinery. E
IN CAPES : Black will prrrrall ; thry .re mt very tuU, and in every
l-nm from 16 o 30 inches lcea, JeU and chWrm trirj. the iiUS t
velvet capes, while the clutb ones teing nwy uiltoTiua " t
SEPARATE SKIRTS made as they mailt to ha marU . a W
ftulng. UKmcina; beautiful Md fZ UrLr I
sort and at prlcea Uiat will auiprtae you by their ruoderaUoiu
?u,w,?i Jrf n-?l.'l of w,h W,W as haveners
latin nlnr to be foaiid ehaswhere. It will pay y, t..
la la part of your aappi, now, as the novelties are not to beduplicati,
WAISTS form SOeents ainrarda,
N8GIlf ffSKi H Tr.ed
aewtbenv 4 aoU $5. U will pay yoii loeuuMi
BEE m HIVE
114 West Second afreet -
At l'c-We have decided to
place within the roach of the
public such authors as llojle,
Mitchell, Bertha M. Cla and
others of t-qual reputation, at aa
extraordinary low price, a hand
pocket edition, bound in cloth,
During this sale we will make
special prices on sets: Dickens,
Dumas, Eliot, Macau lay. Lyttou.
Ruskin and others.
Make your selection before
the stock is broken.
Electro-Gold String Pianos
on account of Merit. Wherever
they have invariably received
If You Want a
Warm all over,
Warm all the time.
Not too hot in mild weather,
Use the Capitol Hot Water
Or Heda Steam Heater.
Thirty Capitol Heaters in use
in Rock Island.
Offices iu BOCK ISLAND and MOLINK