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TUB AHQTJtV THURSDAY, AFItlXi 16, 1898.
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TnciuDAT, Aran. 16. 189.
Ccllom now declares that be has
ot retired from the presidential
race. Tin, however, concerns no
body except Cullom St. Louis Re
Coxoatss has done nothing to
lower tne raiiman rates, me con
gressman may belong to that section
of the public which does not know
west toe I'uiiman rttes are.
Jcdoixo from the lecture of Rev.
Woods in Rock Island last night.
Henry L. Herts, the great hater of
the African race, will find that bis
prejodice hurts" before the colored
people of Illinois get through
wun bis political ambition.
Joscrn Bkowx. of Bloomington, has
commenced suit against Willis E.
(irsT and the Chicago & Alton rail
road lor flO.UOO damages. Brown
was a fireman and was discharged
from the Alton's service last fall.
He sets up thatwhen be asked for the
eause of his discharge Superintend
ent Gray told him it was for violation
of rule 75." Rule 76 prohibits its
employes from indulging in intoxicat
ing liquors, gambling, or frequent'
loir places of bad repute. Brown
avers that he does not drink, has
never had money enough to gamble
and that the inference of frequenting
places or low repute is false and
Smatoks whose terms will expire
March 4, 1897. are Pngh, of Ala.
Mini; Jones, of Arkaosas; Perkins,
of California; Teller, ot Colorado;
Tlatt. of Connecticut; Call, of Flor.
Ida: Gordon, of Georgia; Dubois, of
Idaho; rainier, of Illinois; Voorhees,
of Indiana; Allison, of Iowa; feffer.
of Kansas; Blackburn, of Kentucky;
Blanchard, of Louisiana; Gibson, of
Maryland; Vest, of Missouri; Jones,
ot Nevada; ilill. of New York;Halns-
brough, of North Dakota; Brice, of
Ohio; Mitchell, of Oregon: Cameron,
of Pennsylvania; Irby, of South Caro.
linn; n.yie, or South Dakota; Morrill,
ot Vermont; Squire, of Washington;
Vallinger, of New Hampshire; Pritch.
ard. ot North Carolina; and Vilas, ot
Wisconsin, in all 14 democrats, 12
republicans and three people's party.
pajalonahiip,lM would not eat hntfl the
ass had made a start from bis manger.
On the other band, I have known a
torse, at first averse to the society of the
same donkey, after awhile grow quite
fond of it, thus proving that platonio
affection may be a thing of slow or rapid
growth between animals, as la human
beings, according to individual disposi
A Tlpptac Ttm. !---A
New York woman who has been
visiting ia Germany, at the castle borne
of a countrywoman who - married a
German noblemtai, contributes the fol
lowing to the always discussed question
of servant tipping :
"When my visit came to an end. X
was in such a dilemma as to what was
tbe proper thing to do -in the way of
feeing toe servants that, after some de
liberation, I weut to my hostess far re
lief. 'Yon have such a retinue of serv
ants, I said to ber, 'that I simply can
not fee 4hem all. I want you to tell me
which ones will expect a remembrance,
and what amount it ought to be.
Whereupon she told me that the question
had come up so often in this very way.
from some of her American guests, that
sho bad at last hit' upon a plan which
ber Husband agreed was a good one, and
which had been in operation for a long
time in their household to the entire
satisfaction cf all concerned, including
the servants. She showed me a locked
box in a dark nook in the halL and into
a slit in this her guests dropped what
ever amount it was their pleasure to. give
the servant. Once in six months the
box was opened and the contents dis
tributed among, the staff, tho gifts being
proportionate to tne piaoe neia tne
butler, footmen, room maids and others
vfho came in jdirect contact with the
guest receiving the larger amount.
Winch I can asscre yon was the greatest
kind of relief to me and seemed a good
idea to adopt elsewhere." Now Yoik
Let Us Bop They Cot a Good Dinner.
When Hall Caino first came to this
country, ho was invited to Philadelphia
by an old tnend and fellow Manxman.
A New York litterateur who found him
self in the Quaker City attended a dinner
at which all the 12 guests were talking
about tne expected lion and his books
aud- looking forward to-meetina him,
Tho New York man confessed to know
ing Mr. Caine's boots, only through re
views, and asked the lady at bis right
which one of tho novels ho should read
first. he answered that she was in the
same predicament. The question finally
went around tho table, and the com
pany laughed to discover that only one
person bncl ever read one of Mr. Caine's
books. 'Chicago Times-Herald.
t A Tana fJatterfljt
We havo beard of tamo fleas and per
forming mldgex, but tho following au
thentic story of a tame butterfly, told
by a French lady, has novel elements
Ifuond In tar pardon a magnificent
butterfly, quite numb with coM. Tak
ing it Into tu hem.1 and pntttng it In
t6 a bos fur two hour, revived the littkt
thing. Then I dipped its antennas in a
solution or sirup .and sugar, and con'
tinned this treat mout for threo cloys. On
tho fonrth liy the creature fluttered on
to my hand and sacked the liquor of its
own accord, and after this it bocamo per
fectly tamo. I put Bowers into my
mom, and it fed on them, and was per-
Tortly nappy. hen it sat on the tubta.
I could pass ray finger down its back
Without the slightest fear tho butterfly
might take to wing. In fact, it jjrclied
Its back as dues a cat when it is pleaded.
After threo weeks of perfect tamenoss
its colors faded, its Wings shriveled up.
and It died.
What next, one wonders? A butterfly
arching Its bock when stroked by a hu
man hand is surely a phcnomenon.tbat
seems to giro prnnilrioof nil kinds of
possibilities. Scientists and variety ar
tists take note. Westminster Gazette.
John Randolph ml Roaaoka.
When Mr. Randolph was opposed try
jar. copes, wno was Air. JoUerson i
Bon-in-law. th whnln nrm-pr nf tho aul
ministration was brought to boar against
him. lie had been exceedingly severe
Upon his opponent at the Buckingham
ormrt. ame of his friends eonmuslml
moderation. Tbo excitement was great,
nd serious cunneqnenccs were appre
hended. Mr. Kaudulph told the sheriff
to niako a proclamation that he would
address the people. An immense throng
gathered about the stand. He stood for
several moments surveying the crowd.
not a feature of his face changing. Aft
er a puiuful suspense bo began with the
lounwing remark, which has freqnen
been in print :
"When I was boy, my mother taught
me tout tne tear of Uo was the begin
ning of wtarlotn. Since I became a man
I have found out that the fear of. man
Was the consummation ot lollv"
He then made a fiery onslaught upon
ma opponeui. instead of moderation
Was more severe than h haul toon
fore. Powhatan BouMin in Century
Some horses cannot bear to be without
company, especially in the fields, white
others apparently dislike it. and but ha
men grazing always apart from a troop
on some Urgm mainou or ML 1 have
mnown a borsu nf mature years fall
deeply and dements! in Ima with
donkey at fir aigU as the verieat moon
ulf that ever visited at h.llr.iram In
set. such was the poor animal's pitiable
j'iiRRi mat. alter a day or two of com
The Doctors Wanted . Seven Hun
dred Dollars to Attempt
CnkD Mall Berries.
Tho Inhabitants of tho small croup of
Islands ei touted on the south of Iceland
possess a very curious method of com
mnnicatinn in their so railed "bottlo
post." When tho wind blows from tho
sooth and one of the islanders wishes to
commnnieate wKh tho mainland, he
puts bis letters, into a well corked bot
tle, and to insure their delivery he in
closes at the same timo a ping or twist
of tobacco or a cigar.. Tha wind speed
ily impels tne uottio to J he snores oi tne
mother Inland, whore peoplo are usually
on the lookout who are willing to de
liver tho contents qf the bottle in return
for the inclosed remuneration.
People Who Patronize Banks.
There is one savings bank here which
keeps an acenrato record of the calling
of its dojajKltpr. During the last year
Ihero was ouly one actor on the list.
wnilo there were 1,893 tailors; there
was but ono editor, while there were
725 laborers ; there was bnt one board
ing hono keeper and 837 peddlers.
Tbero were lots of shoemakers, bakers.
barbers, waiters, cigar makers, bnt very
few musicians, -liquor dealers, lawyers
or policemen. Chicago Tribune.
The Haltleat of tha Salt-
Some ide of the saltnoss of the wa
ters of the Dead sea. may be gained from
the comparison madb below. The Dead
sea is situated in Palestine 20 miles
east of Jerusalem. It is 85 miles long
and from 10 to 15 miles wide, with an
average dopth of 30 fathoms (120 feet).
Common ocean water contains bnt SO
parts cf .salt to the 1,000 ; those of the
Dead son contain 2o0 parts to the 1,000,
which makes tho briny solution exactly
one-fourth salt. 6fc Louis Republic.
Two Lives Sored.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction
City, 111., was told by her doctors
he had consumption and that there
was no hope tor ner, but two bottles
of Dr. King s . stew Discovery com
pletely cured aer and she says it
saved her life. .Thomas Eggers, 139
Honda street, ban rrancisco, suf-
fured from a dreadful cold, approach
ing consumption, tried without re
sult everything else, then bought
one bottle oi Dr. nine's new uiscov
ery and in two weeks was cured
He is naturally thankful. It is such
. a i . i ,
results, oi wmcn meso are sampiee,
that prove the wonderful efficacy of
tbis medicine in Magna and corns
Free trial bottles at Hart ft Ulle-
meyer's drug store. Regular size,
60 cents and f I.
are they who are afflicted with pirn,
pica, boils, carbuncles, running
sorss, ulcers, scrofula, cancerous or
syphilitic affections, or any other
blood taint whatsoever, ana ao not
try a 60 cent bottle of Foley's Sar
saparilla. For sale at At. F. Bahn-
sea's drag store.
WANTED A GIRL AT S SIXTEENTH
ifteea Years ' of ' Suffering.
WANTED BOARDERS AT IMS FIFTH
The following is a letter we re
ceived a short time ago from Mrs.
C. Hinkley. 602 North Mississippi
street. Indianapolis. Ind.
Gentlemen: While suffering in
tensely from piles. I became inter,
ested in your advertisement in one
of our daily papers and procured "a
package oi your Pyramid rile Cure
from our druggist. Contrary to my
expectations, the relief was instan
taneous. I used two boxes of the
pile cure and one of the pills and am
convinced that thev are the only
sure cure for piles on the market. ' 1
have been a sufferer from piles for
15 years and have been confined to
my bed about one-half of the
time, expecting and wi-bine for
death tor the pain was so great.
I went to the college here and the
doctors said mv case was a new one
to them, the great pain having
brought on a large rupture, which
they wanted sevei hundred dollars
to cut out. I was very much afraid
that death would result from the
blood -poisoning which they said
would result from the operation.
feel as though I can't praise the Pyr
amid Pile Cure and the Pyramid Pills
loo highly, as I am convinced that
they saved my life. Before using
your cure I weighed only ninety
ponnds ana now l weigh one Hundred
ana nity and uci as well as 1 ever
did in my life. You are at liberty to
use tbis testimonial in any manner
you may see fit, as I want all suffer
ers from tbis terrible disease to
know that there has at last been com
ponnaed a remedy that will cure
piles. Mss. M. C. Uinklet.
There is no need of the dancer,
pain ana expense oi a surgical opera'
tion for any form of piles. . The Pyr
amid Pile Cure does the work with
out pain and is the safest and best.
Kemember, also, that the Pyramid
Pills are a certain cure for consipa.
tion, acting without gripm? and re
storlacr natural action to the bowls.
The Pyramid file Cure is sold bv
druggists at 60 cents and $1. and the
Pyramid Pills at 25 cents, or by mail
irom pyramid company, Albion,
Bare Toe Had the GrlpT
If von have, von nrobablv need a
reliable medicine like Foley"' s Honey
and Tar to heal your lungs and stop
the racking cough incidental to this
disease. For sale at M. F. Bahnaena
Tn Arqcs. 10c a week, delivered
every evening at your door.
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework at M Twenty-third
WANTED A GOOD RELIABLE GIRL AS
cook. AddW to Mrs. Phil Mitchell. 714
TtTANTED-TO TRADE A SEWING MA
V V chine for a horse. Call on or address
W.." iu Second avenne.
WANTED AGENTS ON SALARY OR
commission. Call at A rocs office be-
ween 8 and 10 tomorrow morninfr.
WANTED-BOARDERS IN PRIVATE FAM
ily. Front rooms with all modern con
reniences. Reference exchanged. Address
C. E. A bgc& office.
WANTED-TO RENT A 7 TO 10-ROOM
It house within 1U minutes of postofflce.
Good rent for the rUrnt place. Address "II.
L," care of Thk Arous.
TTTANTED AGENTS TO HANDLE THE
A. J. nr." attacnmeci. l natures nnv
skirt to bloomer, instantly, and back airuin:
worn on the belt- Price Ml cent, w. O. Olin.
a riitn avenue. Chicago.
As the Various Flowers
unfold themselves during the
season, as many varieties in
styles, cut and shape of gentle
men's clothing will gradually be
revealed as the season advances.
A first-class tailor is the only
. one posted on futures. Put
yourself in the hands ot HOPPE
and yon will be sure yon have
the proper thing in style, goods
and fit. You will be sorry when
' yon have to discard them.
DROPOSALS FOR FRESH BHEP AND XT7T
I ton Offlr. of chief Commist-arr, Chic.ro,
au., j,rcn 14. jroo. Matea pwpoclil in Ulpu
C.I.. acoompacted br written ruaruitee. (n da.
PllemtK tifrnrd br two respnoibl. pereous. will
be received here amil 12 o'clock. St.. Friday, April
t , mi., sou ucu openea in prrweca oi mailers,
for f ariiiKhine and delivery of rucb quantities or
fresh bMf aad mattoa as may be re qnirid by the
PUheiMfnce Dei artmeat at Fort Brad. Mich..
Jefferson Batreck. Ho.. Fort Leavenworth.
K.ns . fort Kvno. Okla . Fort Kiley, Km., tort
bbertdtn. 111., rort Sill, tiki... Von Wayne,
Mich., tndisnatioli. Anen.l. Ind.. and Rook lul
and Arsenal, III., daring six months eomraeDeing
Jnlyl. 18S. PcopisaisKeeivedsptoaadopeiied
m ine Ha, nmr nine several poeis of commu
sarieaof such ro.tr, each post commissary re-
ceivne pram-ale for bis owa nott onlr. reeh
beef shall be good In qa'ltty ana ewlitioa, St for
immediate ne, and f torn foe and bind quarter
meats pmeoniiwiiy, lc;U' m ail Det cats
tnereof. Fre-h mutton sh'l b j of good, fat and
marketable quality, from wether oer cne and
anoer inree year, oia eleer ani mattoa to
dressed and trimmed and delivered aa p
senbed in circular cf lustrations. Proposal
will be also received statins price st which hid
der will de'lvr fresh sect or notion of character
above staud, and to be delivered of temp-ratare
not neater the. 5 degree. Fahrenheit. Fail in
formation furnished on aTpiteati'ja here or to
commlraarr at any post. Govcroment reaerree
right to reject any or all proposals. Knvoloprs
coanlatsg propnMls should be marked '-Proposals
for ( resh Beef aad Sfattna" and addressed
to aaaersicaoa or imnnnarr at post bid for.
TDoa. v. BsJiivan, col a A. C v. S.
wassail sat, a CM1 it. aas erml tmTOaamvta. AJS& ixom a obcAur. A i
. , . . AriAW VnUMa Badass WamUn TP
wwsa one eeeasae sTkw, she rawasi k. Casasaua. w i mumtmuh aw. m . ., Tea M
aeaahahad Caw&hesshe fvethana Casavaaa, f7 SUSiltmi'S"' 'TiDeSswarli.s aa.
lejs P : atenVf SW Ciy iT'Jftltm
r Wait, lejea t th.hii. Mmm ear.
frsi 1 1 islaa Ck amla.1 C. ,Mjl ...
Saw ay atf Lean Praspaia. - - rkiaHsTFZ
ANTED BOARDERS AT 1810 THIRD
ANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework at lai" Fifth arenue.g
Thursday, April 16.
Uacoy's Stock Cpmedy Co
"A Turkish Bath."
"A Dashing Widow."
"A Foxy Pair."
Sunday Evening Attraction will be
A DOLLAR SHOW FOR 10, 20 AXD 30c
This la ifae hlsheat salaried company la the
United Btat-s plsylnfi at pipular prices.
Ons My will be admitten free when aecom
psnied by on paid 80 cent ticket, or two ladies
on one paid ticker.
Seats now on sale at Bleuer Bros. .
WANTEt DISTRIBUTORS (LADIES OR
irentlemenl in every town and city in
the TJniied Slate to puw free samples of tea:
bir money. Addrew with stamp, Thomas A
Anaerson. aoaia tsena. ina.
WANTED GENTLEMAN OF GOOD AD
dresd with H0 cash 'Wishing to double in
vestment weekly, and engage in permanent,
genteel, legitimate buMnesx. See Fawkes be
tween 4 and 8 o clock p. m.. Rock Island H014.se.
WANTED TO BUY FOR CASH. SECOND
hand goods of every description. Money
to loan on chattels and all articles of value.
Goods stored and sold on commission. Leave
your order at IKS, Second avenue. J. W.
WANTED MEN WHO WILL WORK FOR
$7b a month salary or large oommiiauon
selling staple goods by sample to dealers. Ex
perience unnecessary, write us. Household
Specialty company, 77 W. Fourth street, Cin
WANTED SCHOLARS TO LEARN THE
French Kellogg system at 1011 Second
avenue. The complete system embraces the
rondel, complete instructioBsin cutting, ittting.
French basting and boning for only (10. Uual
price for system- complete, as. Mrs. M. E.
WANTED GOOD RELIABLE HELP OF
all kinds who can furnish references to
uxe This Arutjs want column. Calls are re
ceived at this office daily for domestics, etc..
who can come well recommended. Try this
column for a sanation and if you are reliable
you win get one.
R RENT FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
or without board at 1114 Second avenue.
T7IOR RENT ONE-HALF OF l(-FOOT
-a-' store. Best location in the citv. Address
U. o. A.
TJK)R RENT NICE FLAT OF THREE
A.' rooms in Industrial Home. Steam heat
ana gas stove. Apply to 1 . u. Thomas.
TJIOR RENT SECOND STORY OF A TTOUSF.
X! on Third avenue nice rooms, suitable for
smau family. Kent f7. Inquire at 1110 Third
TjWR RENT-ON MAY I AN KIGHTT-ROOM
A- house with all modern improvements, hot
wmcr Deaiuar, 1 revenwemn street, in
quire of Meyer RosenBeld. 1H1S Scventbja venue.
TTIOR RENT THE FLATS IN KOESTER
jl: Diiuaing corner Firth avenue nnrt Thirty
Hrst street oppoajte C..R. I. A P. depot. For
particulars call at shoe store of Peterson or
u. A. itoester s Co., 107 Main street. Daven
R SALE NEW B-ROOM HOUSE, 2803
cuttn avenue. Apply on premises.
TjlOR SALE A FIRST-CLASS RELIABLE
-a- ramiiv or nverv norse. a nanrain tr t:ikr.n
at once, inquire at &n xnira avenue.
TJIOR SALE-ON EASY TERMS, TWO ONE-
A- half-acre lots on Webb street. South
Rock Island, by George F. Roth, Masonic Tem
TjlOR SALE A 5-ROOM COTTAGE IN GOOD
-1? condition at 407 Seventh avenue. Will
be sold at a very low figure if taken within 60
oays. Apply on premises or uddrcss "X. Y. Z.
HARRY B. IRVIN. DEALER IN NEW AND
second-hand goods: also goods bandied
on commission. 1 asn para Tor au saleable fur
niture. Hefore buying, give me a call 1611
accona avenue. Kock Island.
g1ftA TO ANY MAN OR WOMAN WE
i' w cannot teach to draw a era von
portrait by our patent method in three lessons.
We pay our pupils flu to 118 per week to work
for us at borne, evenings or spare time. Send
for work and particulars. Hermann & Sey
mour, 213 South Sixth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
1 PHRENOLOGICAL SCIENCE OF THE
. band Mme. Franks, the scientific palmist
and thorough graduate In the science of chir
omancy. Mme. Franks, although a palmist
not a fortune teller. She tbumuirhiv lin.w.
stands the hand, the lines with nil their twists
and turns, the texture of the skin and also the
shape and size, which is a necessity to reveal
the character, the temperament and tbe abili
ties. Therefore she can reveal to tbose who
call upon her. from a scientific MAminnlm
whether they are best suited to mental or
manual taoor ana in what occupation they will
be the most successful: also their proper mate
in life. Mme. Franks has practiced in both
Europe and America, and is cnidfrvi
successful and interesting lecturer and reader
01 palmistry, nne is assisted by the world'i
renowned palmist. Prof. Kmnk fmm tii iui.
and of Cyprus, who will exhibit to tbe public
various paintings and sketches of hands of
u iMrrcui people ana professions. Public in-
riwu. r-unors isiu 'inlrd avenue.
Ml ADAM STEIN. THE OHEAT fl.A
JL voyant. resides at 1407 Forty-second
street, and is now ready to receive callers.
Tab. th tlm ma. .. -
I BONA. THE HICHLY CELEBRATED
i palmist and clairvoyant is located at SIC
owa street. vavenprt. Her phenomenal
... - -"v, n miucr ur two comuie
Dim't fan to consult this gifted lady. For ad
regarding business, lore, divorce, family trou-
uies. etc, sue na. no equal.
IJarpef s Theatre,
- Caus. Butraa, Misasec.
Durtls Opera Rouse,
Friday, April 17.
The Season's Event Special Engage
ment 01 America's ureatest
Dir. Thomas Keene
In Bulwer'i Grand Histcrie Flay, .
Assisted bv a Superb Company
of 21 Well Know People.
Price 81.60. II. T5e. Ble and S5e. Beats at Flnke'a
Tursday morning. Tt-Iephoaa SO. Ferry boat
ana cais alter periornianca.
Bortis Opera Ho.se,
Sunday ilt, : JLpjil .1.
Tamsot Fa'l tj Conquer." Chief jo
James A. Heme's
.. BEAUTIFUL PLAT,
Presented with entire new Pcercry
'd Aovcl MPChanlcal Affects aaa
Properties. Vndcr ths direction of
nbt c. Mnaxa.
306 niqht8 in new york citv.
138 nights in boston.
100 niqht8 in ohioaqo.
Prices SI. TAe. 6oe and SBo.
Eeats at Fluke's Thnrsnav morning. Telenhoae
m. r erry not ana at ret t cars after prtonnancr,
PURITY AXD EXCELLENCE
IS THE MOTTO AT
Importer and wholesale deaKr.
Years of experience a id lb
best of facilities.
No's 1618-1618 Third Ave. P"Q" h'.
To buy Hardware.
Mixed House and
Floor Paints, Bub
ber Hose, Lawn
Mowers or anything
in the Hardware
line in general is of
1610 Third Avenue,
ACCENT FOR EAGLE BICYCLES,
ATTENTION -MADAM DrSARMEACX.
the crowned queen of all clairvoyant,
has returned to this city not as a sorcerer or
fortune teller, only an a clairvoyant medium.
Her power excite, the wonder and admiration
of even tbe most skeptical. She wiU foretell
your dctiuy to a certainty. Scores who have
consulted ber consider ber advice and assist
ance most valuable. She ha. made fortunes
for many, finding for them through her clair
voyant power investments that returned them
great profit. l"eople in all walks ot life have
been benefited by the nerriees of this eminent
medium. She never fails to give warning of
tbe anares that awatt you in the future and
point out the way by which they may be avoided.
Love affairs aod all mairirnonialenlanglements
are satisfactorily straightened out. In a word,
whatever may be your trouble, suspicions or
desires, call on this gifted woman, for there is
nothing within tbe aim of human power. Intel
ligence or ambitKm. that 'she cannot do for
you. or place witbin your reach. She locates
and diau-naise disease, cure hts. big neck,
etc.. also gives massage and magnetic treat
ment Business strictly private end confiden
tial. Honrs 9 s. m. nnd . p. m. d.Uy and hm
tl.iv. fall at once. Private apartments, 153
THE ABOVE IIESIATSjansh ;
n qatcaiy .no aurely rj
move. NrroeaneM. fmpoteocy.
. . II . I f-IHIVM'Hl-, r.vif IITMB, l
Waning dwaan and all rAvci. of t-thum
exeoia and InrfivriiMi. Hm,,m t 't,
Power and Falllne Memory. Waida olT Iiuamiiv
aod enrmmntion. Cure, when all others rail. Insist
oBving iiMi iii. noc.ihrr. Van ne rarrtm .i
".rwiwiw. dt man wiiwrjer pacajMC ai
m 9iJo with a ciuratiti. to 4:un mr Iteif nnal
CALUMET MEDICINE C0-, CHICAGO,
Wnr etataa Kw M.awl.n Mt Vuka. it..
The Place to Parchcse
R..ORAMPTON & CO.
172? Second Avenue.
Electro-Gold String Pianos
Have attained their celebrity solely on account of Merit. Wherever
publicly exhibited la competition they have invariably received
THE HIGHEST AWARD
At the International Exhibition at Crystal Palace. N. Y.. la 185S,
over 100 pianos on exhibition First Prize to the Schom acker Piano,
At the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia in 1845, 1858, and ain
At the American institute in New York in 1858.
At the Maryland Institute in Baltimore in 1848.
At the International Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876.
The Schomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards
BOLD COHTIHCOC8LT FOB 28 TEARS AT
Wallace's Music Store jassim
A $100 Bicycle Given Away
We will elve a 8100 Griswold Bicycle to the person composing the best article to be
nsed as an advertisement for the wheel. To the Ven porsons who compose the second
best article we will issue a coupon, which will entitle them to a discount of 10 per cent
from the cash price ot any article bought of ns during the year lS'.ML To the ten persons
composing the third best article we will give a "New Departure UeU."
CONDITION S3 1
AH persons esterlne mast live in Kock Island county, and must come to our store
to examine the wheel, when they will be furnished with full Instruction blanks, etc. No
perstm will be allowed to enter more than one aiticle. Comporilioii will be limited tola
words. All articles mnst be at our office by Saturday. April 25. Merit to be decided bv
a committee composed of II. P. Simpson, W. P. Qi'Avut and F. W. ltixctx. Awards will
be made according to their decision.
M. O. Griswold & Co., 1510 Second Ave.
Echoes of Our Millinery F
You can see it everywhere, at the tlieaire. W
on tne street, in church. The demand for jk
originality ot style Is on the increase these f
days and we have supplied that want. We f
snow you more style lor 3. IM end IS than
ion see st double these prices elsrwliere.
we positively nam yon from SI
and don't save it on tlie trimmings i
ant. We )
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JACKETS AND CAPES
Beautifully made in tlie newest anl liand-
snmest styles at reasouahle prin-s. risj
reductions this week.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS.
The largst assnrtnient In the rily-
At $1.75, 93.48, 3, 4.50. ?, fS.53.
Ladies' Suits. Separate Skirts and Silk Waists made to order.
Just received an elegant line of Belts in Gold, Silver, Leatlier
and Kibbun at 24c, 35c, &oc and 7."jc
BEE O HIVE
i U West Second street
DAVEN PORT I