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TUB ARGUa MOKJ A IT, APRIL, 20, 1896.
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MoicsAr, Arm 20, 18ft.
Tnt UUb republican In their plat
form have truck something tjuite
BOfcl and attractive. ' Instead of
"Viewing with alarm" they now
"Contemplate with sorrow."
Tut chagrin with which tho state
which once boasted with pride of
Hannibal Hamlin and the plumed
knigbtnow allnndes to Tom B. Iteed
as the favorite eon cannot be in
Ax amendment to the constitution
of the state of Illinois will bo voted
on at the fall election. It adopted it
will permit the legislature to submit
amendments to three different 'arti
cles at one time. Instead of one only,
as at the present.
Tries far -not a single sheet, nor a
single supporter of the yellow dog
theory,' has given to the party and
people of the state a solitary reason
why the rank and file republicans
should be forced to carry the burden
which it is proposed to bind upon
thstp linrlra. tvllllnrrlar Iiv tha nnml.
nation of John K. tanner Peoria
Tor. opinion which the Springfield
(Mans.) Republican has of the pres
ent republican congress apparently
admits of neither variation nor
change, for now It says that this con
gress so far has been the dismalest
failure of all congressional failures.
It has shown itself incapable of deal
ing w ith. any mutters of domestic con
cern and abundantly capable only in
stirring up trouble with other na
tions, but if it shall adjourn May 2 it
will have proved its capacity in one
notable resoect of knowing ennnirh
trt know that it I of no furfher use
to tho country anil bringing it dis
turbing labors to a comparatively
Me Malay Abd of ths Field.
According to the record kept by
the SpriniNield State Register of del
egations elected to the St. Louis
convention, np to Friday, McKinley
lends the field by 41 votes, connting
tho doubtful votes as being with the
held against McKinley. The record
shows ae follows:
Tot f.sr MoKinlry
run tub rii:i4.
liiiiruiMril fur Itecil
Nt llnmphirr, Krttl ,
InMrmuril fur Morion
fr'or Allium ,
Total for the flriil
McKinley ahead .
The republican national conven
tlon will consist of 1M0 dolcgalos, of
which 436 is necessary to a choice.
McKinley will have to secure 130
more delegatus to succeed on the
first ballot, if we give him the New
Jeisey and 16 Indiana delegates.
which in the record are placed in
the McKinley column. If these SG
delegate are taken from McKinley
ami given me ueid, MCKiniey lias J I
delegates and the field 3u5. This
allow none of the f7 uninstructod
delegates thus far elected to be for
McKinley, which is not at all prob-
There are 311 delegates yet to
elect 699 of the 910 having been
elected. Of these 311 delegates Mo-
Kmley needs, according to the more
favorable showing, 138, and accord
ing to the more unfavorable showing
I6i. or a little more than naif.
The opposition to McKinley will
have to develop more substantial
strength than it ha yet shown if it
ui'rced in preventing him from be
A littla bor. who In the course of
aviuo nmvi'tsutiou f . lit elder beard a
PhI ileal if talk about the progress of
civilization, aiprira.'tl( bisRTnuilfatlicr,
who wit takintt im) tmrt lu the talk.
' "Grandpa" void tbo child, "what is
tho dlll.irviM-e between civilization and
"lturbitrism, tny boy," amrwored the
old tuan, "is killing your enemy with a
natchet at ani'tiinco rf n taten. and civi
liaatt.-n i kllliuK him with a bombshell
IS mllea away I" m
Thi cynical answer applies) well
euiiutih. withont doubt, to tbo difference
bptwren civilised warfare and that of a
fmriivj when tho wiirld was less ad'
vatKVil than now, but the cotnpletesi
civilization Junk toward the a bull t inn
of warfjra fonjTpr. Youth ' Compan
tsawday Latter la Balalsw.
1 SM -rt, t
- i am ueun anttuiritie. it auras, are
anxious to .nva the purtofflre aa much
troobla a possible In the matter of de
iverinir letter on Sands v. Fwthlnm.
on ewy xrtr stamp I issued wtth
little ttt-rfurated supplement luttrribwl
wita. ux trvD i. -M vm4 liTter 1 li
manche!" Those who am anxious to
have their letters delivered on the sev
enth ae on the other six day of the week
tear this off, while those whose com
munications are not of any special im
portance lea Ye it on.
The Way ex the Opam la,
Just wfty the great sooloaiata of the
present day should have chosen to con
sider the opotvum an animal of a lower
order than the stupid and helpless sloth.
and the third order from the lowest of
all. Is cot so easy to understand as it
ought to be. As a matter of fact, nature
has done a great deal for the opossum
far mure than fur the great majority of
quadrupeds. Note what the creature is,
and can do, and match it if yon can. It
oats almost everything that can be
chewed wild fro it, berries, green porn.
infect Iarvm, ocas, yoona birds and
quadruped, soft e boiled nots and cer
tain root. It Is a good climber, and has
a very useful prehensile tall. It forages
on the ground qnito as successfully us
mnj squirrel. It usually barrow under
the root of large trees, where it 1 Im
possible for tbo hunter to dig it out, but
(omotimes It makes the mistake of
choosing Vliollow log. When attacked.
It often feigns death to throw Its as
sailant off their guard. Like the bear
and woodchnck, it stores np a plenti
ful supply of fat for winter uso, whon
food is scarce, and, above all, the fe
male ha a nice, warm pooch in which
to carry and protect bor helpless young,
instead of leavingtlfem in the nest to
catch their death of cold or be devoured
by some enemy. W. T. Homaday in
1 1 .
Mr. Shearer Will.
Mrs. Elizabeth Shearer' will was
probated in the county court Satur
day afternoon. Charles A. Mc
Laughlin, deceaseds brother, is
named as executor. To the board of
Home and Foreign Missions of the
rresbyterian church is left a lot In
Kenwood, Minneapolis. Mrs. Sher-
er bequeaths to her niece's daugh
ter, uetn Irving. f-'W; to her neices,
tlla Carey, Bella Lafferty, Marv
McLaughlin, Crozadella Baker and
Agnes McConnell, f 100 apiece except
miss carey. wno gets $200; to her
sister Martha Drum. 100; to her
sister, Mrs. Jennie Sinnet, $200; to
her brother Charles McLaughlin.
1-00; to Annabel, Susie and Flora,
daughters of Mrs. Agnes McConnell,
f50 apiece; to her nieces, Julia
Spaulding, Jessie Taliaferro, Millie
. HuIIen, Cara U. Dagger and Marv
Deal, $50 apiuce; and to each of the
children of Mrs. Crozadella Baker,
Ast and Crippled.
A gray haired crippled gentleman
gittng his name as Charleto II. San.
ford was furnished with transporta
tion to Peoria today by 1'oormaster
Udders, banrord s liar a race is about
run. Without having relatives or
friends he hove into the city at mid.
night Saturday. He told the poor-
master that ho had been living in the
west, but being unable to further
provide for himself ho was com
polled to appeal to relatives, who
live in reoria. ana wbn agreed ;to
care for him if he could manage to
work nis way there. ,
17 C. W. Heck et al to Marv
t iiroK, part lot i, woodland, , 17,
Kdwin r. Heck to Marv E. Heck.
assessor s lot 1, net 8. 17. lw, $1.
Mary EWIcck to William F. Man.
Icy. lots 1, 2. S. 4. 5. 6. 7 and 8. P.
Heck's add., no) 8. 17. lw. and part
assessor's lot 1. 8. 17, lw, $100.
Stephen Mitton to William Mitton,
eGO feet lot 21. block 1. Village of
Carbon CIlfT, and tract bv metes and
. . -f . A.rwT '
UOUUUB BCJ 1, II, IB, BiUU.
17 John V. Cook bv heirs to
Perry M. Cheney, part uc net VI,
te, iw, $900
Ucenaed ta Wed.
Mi- llrli-ii Amli'rn
Mtv AmanriitV. (Nlcuii...
M.w Annie lioimunn
The Ideal Pans.
James L. Francis, alderman. Chi
cago, says: "I regard Dr. King's
New Discovery as an ideal panacea
fir coughs, colds and lung com
plaints, having nscd it in my family
lor tne last nve years, to tne cxciu
sign of physician's prescriptions or
At)ftthv vitAtatMtinMa "
Hov. John uurgus. Keokuk, Iowa.
writes: "I have been a minister of
the Methodiitt Episcopal church for
au years or more, and have never
found anything so bcnencial, or that
gave me such speedy relief as Dr.
Kings Sew Discovery." Try this
ideal cougn remedy now. Trial bot
tle free at Uartz & Ullcmcycr's drug
stlest nisei rites!
Dr. WUliaaM' lala PU Olatmeat win cue
Mtad bleedlae. alssnted sad Itcstntf pile. It
abeorb lbs taraor. allay tbs ttehlag at ones,
art a a poalttce, alvas tastaat relief. Or. Wlv
llas' Indian PUa Otatmeatli ptcpsrad only tot
piles ssd ttctunf of the print rarts, and oothmf
la. Xrsry boa Is punatsed. Bold by dnu
, aani by Ball, for Su easts sad $1 per box.
WUUaa ataaanKtutnc eoatpaay. Proprietors,
Clvlaad,Osla. Sol by T. H. TVnass,
Ths Amoca delivered every even,
ng at yonr door at 10c a week.
Children Cry for
ri ill iiarassstat.
If yon have, yon probablv need a
reliable medicine like Foley1 Honey
and Tar to heal yonr lungs and atop
tne racking cough incidental to this
disease. For sale at M. F. Bahnae&'a
DTD Yon EVER suffer from real ner
vousness? When every nerve seemed
to quiver lth a peculiar, creepy
feollne. first In one place, and then another
and all seemed finally to concentrate in a
writbins Jumble lu the brain, and you be
come irritable, fretful and peevish; to be
followed by an impotent, weakened condi
tion ot tbo nervo centers, rinpiug la the
ears, and sleepless, miserable nights ?
Tr JWilPC Mrs. Enjrene Scarles,
svla a'lUWa c, . c. nw.
hart, led., says: "Ner
vosa troubles had made
me nearly insane and
physicians were unable
to bcip me. My memory
was almost rono and every little thine
worried mo until I was almost distracted.
I really feared I was becoming a maniac, I
Imagined all sorts of evil things and would
cry over nothing. I commenced taking Dr.
Miles Restorative Nervine and four bottles
of this wonderful remedy completely cured
me, and I am as well now as t ever was."
Dr. Miles Nervine Is sold on guarantee,
first bottle will benefit or money refunded.
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. Tut
yourself in the hands of IIOPPE
and yon will be sure you have
the proper thing in style, goods
and tit. You will be sorry when
you have to discard them.
School cf Dfess. Making
01 110 IUETSCB fill EUTIJt
Oar SCHOOL is decidedly
the best place In this vicin
ity to learn the entire art of
French Drees Making. Pupils
make dresses while learning.
Good positions for competent
persons. Fashion plate and
Bednoed Bates for the next 30
days to those taking the system.
anesi and 54, NcXaaas BaUdisc
To buy Hardware,
Mixed House and
Floor Taints, Rub
ber II 090, ' Lawn
Mowers or anything ' .
in the Hardware
line in general is of
1610 Third Avenue.
AGENT FOE EAGLE BICYCLES.
ANTED BOARDERS AT 1800 FIFTH
ANTED BOARDERS AT 1810 THIRD
TAJfTED BOARDERS AT lilt SECOND
ANTED A RELIABLE GIRL FOR
cook at 110 Second avenue.
VIT ANTED A GOOD STEADY GIRL TO
Vv do ireneral housework. Reference, em
T1T ANTED ACTIVE AGENTS TO
V V handle Keif heatinip msalenc sad Irons
in this city. Ladies preferred. AddrOM L. P.
WANTED BOY ABOUT 19 YEARS OF
aire to work in irrocery store. Must be
ponteel and reliable. Addrcw in own band
writing w. W. W.. THE AKurs.
WANTED SALESMEN TO SELL I'tTRE
whisky trtm one inillon un direct to
MttwuDirr no delivering. Lickinir Valley Dis
tilling company. Covintrton. Kentucky.
WA NTED TO Br Y FOR CASH. SECOND
band roods of every description. Money
to loan on chattel and all articles of value.
Oooda iit?red and ftnUl n coiumission. Leave
your order at 12, Second avenue J. W.
TANTED MEN WHO WILL WORK FOR
V v 75 a month salary or large commission
selling staple goods by sample to dealers. Kx-
Serience unnecessary. Write us. Household
- pecialty company, 77 W. Fourth street, Cln-
WANTED MEN TO ACT AS LOCAL AND
vv traelmg salesmen. Experience not
necessary. Salary or commission as mcferred.
A t-'ond chance for energetic men. Write (or
particulars. The K. t;. I base company, tbe
l ease Nurseries. Clone va. N. Y.
TANTED SCHOLARS TO LEARN THE
v V French Kellogg system at 161 1 Second
avenue. The complete system embraces tbe
model, complete instructions in cutting, fltting,
French basting and boning for only $10. Usual
price ir system complete, fs. Mrs. M. tl
WANTED GOOD RELIABLE HELP OF
nil kinds wbo cnu furnish references to
use This AHorrs want column. CaUs are re
ceived at this ofllce daily for domestics, eto.,
who can eome well recommended. Try this
column for a sitnation and if you are reliable
you wiu get one.
RENT FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
or witnout board at 1114 Second avenue.
"ClOR RENT NICE FLAT OF THREE
-a.- rooms in industrial Home, steam beat
ana gas stove. Apply to T. H. Thomas.
ITOR RENT LARGE FURNISHED FRONT
room for one or two gentlemen with or
witnout board. Apply at Harm s restaurant.
pR RENT-ON MAY 1 AN EIGHTT-ROOM
J- bouse with all moilern Improvements, hot
water heating, 712 Seventeenth street. In
quire ot Meyer Rosenneld. IMS Seven tbjavenuc.
TTIOR RENT THE FLATS IN KOESTER
A. buliMnir mirntr Pift.h ftvpmiff unit TMr, ...
llrst street opposite C..R I. &P. depot. For
parucuiars can at snoe store o felerson or
it. A. ivoester & Co., 1U7 Main street. Daven
TTKJR RENT-THREE DWELLING HOUSES
L tme situated on Twenty-third street, near
iroaawav cnnecii: two on mm avenue, be
tween Thiriy-ttfth and Thirty-siXth streets.
ir lunuvr iniormation inquire at the resi
dence of Gilpin Moore.
ClOR SALE ' nHEAP TWO-- LOTS IN
a.' bchnell s addition. C. J.. Long.
"ClOR SALE-NEW 8-ROOM HOUSE, 8908
oLxia avenue. Apply on premises.
TJIOR SALE A 5-ROOM COTTAGE IN GOOD
A condition at UttR Seventh avenun. will
le sold at a very low figure if taken within SO
nays. Apply on premises or address "X. Y. Z.
SENN & BURRIS ALL WALL PAPER
cleaned with neatness and dispatch. Sat-
I-eave orders at Alt Eighteenth street, under
tvucH isiauu atunai oans.
HARRY H. IRVIN. DEALER IN NEW AND
afcwaa.1. ai.Kf pnnU3 UUUU1CU
on commission. Cash paid fur all saleable fur-
niturw H f nm Kiii-iim nii.a w.a .nn mi
. "r psi vj aaiv m vtau ion
Konnnil awnniiaa sVutlr 1,. ...A
$100 TO ANY MAJI OR WOMAN WE
PlW cannot teaeb to draw a crayon
portrait by our patent method in three lessons.
We pay our pupils io to l per week to work
iur us at Dome, evenings or spare time. Send
for work and particulars. Hermann ft Scy
mour. g3 South Sixth street, Philadelphia. Pa.
pHRENOLOGICAL SCIENCE OF THE
m. nana nime. r ranKs. the scientitic palmist
and thorough graduate in the science nf ehir.
omaney. Mme. Franks, although a paunist. is
not a fortune teller. She thoroughly under
stands tbe hand, tbe lines with all their twists
ana turns, tne texture or the skin aud also the
shape and size, which is a necessitv to reveal
the character, the temperament and tbe abili
ties. Therefore she eun n-vcil .h.u. -h..
call upon her, from a scientific standpoint.
" LLClutl tuejr are oesi suited to mental or
manual labor and In what occupation they will
he the most successful: also their proper mate
In life. Mme. Franks has practiced in both
Europe and America, and is considered a very
successful and interesting lecturer end reader
of palmistry. She Is awisted. by tbe world's
renowned paunist. Prof. Franks from the Isl
and of Cyprus, who will exhibit to the public
various paintings und sketches of bands, of
different people and professions. Public ln-
nc-u. i-anors ii-iu t mra avenue.
I4U stun, THE GREAT CLAIR
. . OTinV relues " T Forry-second
i i .V m "-any so receive callers.
a bag uic jui street car.
LEONA. THE HIGHLY CELEBRATED
palmist and clairvoyant Is located at 610
Iowa stn-etDavcnport. Her phenomenal pow-
V' " ..uimCTiir two continents.
Don t fall to consult this gifted Lady. For advice
'"" iMisi.iess. mivc. aivorue, family trou-
, JT j UI clairvoyants
has returned to this citv not
fatrtunj tj.llu mil, .. . . . .
Hip n. euorvoyant meuinm.
- , uuutTua atimiration
of even the most skeptical. She will foretell
wi lamij. rs cores wno nave
eonsitltaMl n..p .in.nt.,- , , .
. .... . , wivice ma a-usi-
ance most valuable. She has made fortunes
fopmnnv flnilinif f. . V. . . . .
---- ujcw luruugo ner ciair
voyant power investments that returned them
great profit. IVxple in all walks of life have
been benefited by the services of this eminent
V iaiis 10 give warning
..m-. ..an j.ni in vne Tuture anc
tuiitil 9 f n A warn a- fh w-thL.t. w - .
-" "-j -""-"vueymayncavoiaea.
tve ailairs and all matnmonialentanglcments
.. .... ... . mr:ini oui. in a word.
" - v. 1 " uinniiCT. suspicions or
- wouuui. ior mere is
nothing within the aim of human power intel
ligence or ambition, that she cannot "do for
you. or place withm your reach She locates
" ' ' uu. ipik RCVfi,
-. luagnettc treat-
ment. Business strictly private and confMen-
- - i w. uauy ana 1
day. Call at once. Private apartments.
i n su i
1K afww tllirlaJaril at
aSALYOO MFC COw Lmmcmmm,0iiX
Kstate of Jacob WUbna. i
Ts nadenrfned havtacbean mkw.
trlxortfce last will atdtestamntoi Jacob WUa
te el the county of Rock 11 and, atale
tlUiBols, deceased, hereby giveSBotiea that she
wmapprr oerore tne eoanty coon or Hack islan
""ii im amce oi ue ciera or Mia coan, in
be efty of Rnck Island, at the June teravoa
be flrst Mondav In Jan lot at wkleh Umm
11 Mraona having elaim miMl Ml Mtmtw am
BotMed and requested to attend, for the purpose
cf bavina ths same adjusted.
au promt inaeDtea te said estate are teas a
edtOBUUe "-- ntiBMt tA th mlM.
Dated this Id day of April. A. D IMS.
ini Wiun, Kxetntilx.
Notice of Final Settlement
Ttatats of Patrick Brennan. deceased.
Pablie COtlee 1, herahv VIVAn tha t im nr danw
la-oed, Thomas B Rfldy. sdmtnirtiwtor. has 11 1
flay Bled his dual report and aeitlewirnt as sack
In the county court of Rock Island county, and
that an order has been en'ered bv said can't sp-
uro'u'g Mo miu ivpon. ui,iars orjectioos mere
to or cuse to tbe contrary bo shown on or bfore
the opening of eonrf ou ne t ta day of April. A.
D 1899. and upon the final approval of raid re
port the said Thomas B. RcHy. aduinislrator.
will ak for an order ot distribution, sod will
alra arked to he discharged. All persons later
ceted are notified to alteut.
Uoca island, 11L, AprU 4, 1694.
Adminlstiatorof th ettateof Pjtrick Braiuum,
STATS OF ILLINOIS, 1
Roes Ibi.akd Couutt, f
iosie McDonald vs. Arthur McDonald, in chan-
Affidavit Of non-tWJildrw nf A rtlin. HrlWiMM
the above oefendant, having been filed la the
Clerk's office of the circuit court of raid county, r
we i- tuviT'iure nezviDy given to ineaaia non-resr
d-nt defendants that tbe complainant filed ner bill
cf complaint in said coan, on the chancery aiile
thereof, on the lith 'ay of March, 1806,
and that thereupon a sumraoLS issued oat of sld
court, wherein said salt Is uow pending, rotnrn-
in iu, ui9 NvDuif in toe monu oi
May, the sum being first day of said May
terra next, as Is by law required. Now,
unless yon, the said non-resident defend
ant above named shall personally bo and
appear before said circuit court, an the first day
of the next term thereof, to be bolden at
Kota island in and Tor the said conn'y, on the
fifth day In Uav nnzt. acd nlrad. answer
or demur to the said complainant's bill of
corapiuini, tue same ana toe mitten end tnmgs
therein charged and stated will be taken as con
fessed, and a decree entered against you accord-
wg fcu iuo prater ox saia Dill.
GnoRoa W. Gxasia, Clerk.
Rock Island, 111.. March, lg, 189.
C. J. eKASia, Complainant's Solicitor.
STATS OP ILLINOIS, I
nocK iSLaiCD uocim.
In the circnlt conrt, a ay term, 1(M.
James Omslaer vs Henry Omslaer, Jr.. Sne A
narciav. jonn m imsiaQr. Konert I lm,lur.
Mary tvewmnth, Mamie Wataun, Christine
Aflldavlt of non-rcsldncrHl of fine A nAvelav.
John M Omelaer, Robert Omslaer, Mary Hee
muiu, aiamie natron, tjansfine usraner, ine
above d fendnts, having been Died .In the
clerk's office of the circnlt conrt of said eoanty,
notlre Is therefore herebv iriven toths ssid non
resident delendams that ths complainant filed his
bill of complaint in sntd court, on the chancery
side thereof, on the 17th day of January, 18MI, and
that thcrunpon a summons issued oat of said
court, wherein said sntt la now pending, rslurna-
oie on ine nrst aoncay in too month or May.
next, as is by law rcoulred. Now. outer von.
the said non-resident defendants above named.
shall perwmaHy be and aooear before the said
circuit court on tbe Brat day of the next term
tnercor, to ne nolden at Rock Island In and
for the said county, on tbe first Monday In
Mar, next, and plead, snswer or demar to the
said complainant's bill of comDlalut. the aame
aud tho matters and thlnffa therein eharrafl
and stated will be taken aa confessed, and a
aecree entered Against you according to the
prayer ox rmiu oiu.
GRORGS W. GAMBliS, Clerk.
Book Island, I1U March 8, 189S.
BTtraaaoa ft Marshall,
BT ATS OF ILLINOIS, 1
Booa IsLsao Coukit, 1
In the county conrt at the June term, A. D., 189.
Charles H Brandenhnrg vs Msry A Girt, wld
. ow, Jennie Devoe. Jacob W Gltt, Mstilds Phil
lips, Ssrah Adams, Calvin Gin. John K Gl'L
for Bills) Ids Ely, William Gltt and George n
Wiggins, administrator of estate cf K.tzancth
Bradlty. deceattd. FeUtlon to sell rsal estate
to pay debts
To the alow-named defendants, Matilda PhM
Hps. Karah Adams. Cal1n Gltt and Wnl am Gltt:
Affidavit of the non-rcidence cf yon. Matilda
Phillips, Calvin Gift and William Gift, and affida
vit that you. bauih Adams, cannot be f Minn, so
that process csn be rervtdupvin you, and that
upon di.igetit Inquiry your pi ice of residence
cannot be ascertained, notice is hereby given to
you aud each or you that tbe anove Laraed peti
tiooer nas nioa in tne said four, nis pe
tition against yoa for leave to sell real estate to
paydehU; that a auinmuns has been Issued in
ssl-1 cause saainst you, retnrnsble to the June
term, A. lrtt. of raid court to be bc;un and
holtlen at the conrt house In the Cf y of Hork I Bl
and, in said county or ttncK isi-ma. on theBrKt
Honday oi June. AO, iss, at wDlcn time and
pace .in win apicrami pics-i, answer or do
mur to sa d Petition if von sre fit.
Dated at Rock Ielatci, HI., this 9th day of April,
A. 1B!. UJAI.WABtVODI.IR,
Clark of said ixmct Ooart.
Sweesst ft Walker, solicitor for Petitioner.
I Cba. BLctma, Manager.
4 NIGHTS A
Thursday; April 23.
Columbia Comic Opera Co
An ergsniziti' a nnmbarinR 40, wish
chorus of W, comnlete orcneslra, and
calcinm and ekctricj effects.
'. "Said Pasha'
Kverr opera elaborately slaved and
cetutnea. 115. til II Invested n scen
ery, costume and calcium apparatus.
Bp as on sa'e Monday moralng at t o'clock for
subscribers who have first choice. Ktgalar
opena at o'clock luesday morning at Jtleaer
Jfos'. jewelry store.
Price. 75, SO and Oc. Box scats, f 1.
DDtlis Opera House,
Thursday, April 23?
The Musical Event of tbe year Gaaranteed Id
gagement of the Famous
Marie Tavary Grand Opera Co,
fader the Direction of CB AS. A. PSA. T
In a Magnificent Production of
Grand cborna Grand Oixhattra.
Aa Org an nail on of Ei;h'y Artkna. '.
Prices fUK, SUTSe and 50r. Seats at Vtnie'a
Monday morn inc. Apill t Tt lepbone !. Perry
boar and cars aft r petforniaacs. Poribrely te
R. ORAMPTON tfc 00.
172? Second Avenue.
Electro-Gold String Pianos
Have attained their celebrity solely
publicly exhibited in .competition
THE HIGHEST AW AH II
At the International Exhibition at Crystal Palace, N. Y.. In 186S.
over 100 pianos on exhibition First Triae to tho Schomaokcr Piano.
At the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia In 1845, 1868, and again
At the American institute In New York la 1858.
At the Maryland Institute in Baltimore in 1848.
At the International Exhibition in Philadelphia In 1876.
The Sciiomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards
A $100 Bicycle Given Away
We will give a 8100 Grlswold Blevcle
ased as an advertisement for the wheeL To the ten person who compose the aeeorid
best article we will issue a coupon, which will entitle them to a discount of 10 per cent
from thl cash price of any article boiurht of us during the year 18'JA. To tbe ten nenana
composing the third best article we will give
All persons entering must live In Kock Island county, and mast come to onr stora
to examine the wheel, when they will be furnished with full Instruction blanks, etc No
person will be allowed to enter more than one aitirle. Composition will be limited to 1 0
words. All articles most be at our office by Saturday. April 25. Merit to be decided bv
a committee composed ef II. P. Simpsos, W.
b made according to their decision. .
M. 0. Grlswold d
Bar i lai ana.
"l aF m at "- a i i i
At 8L73, $3.48, t3, $4.50. 10, 13.50.
- Ladies' Sulla. Sonars' Hfclrta ! Kuir Vi:i made to orrW.
Just received an elegant line of Belts In Hold, Sllrcr, Leather
Otl.K... o or - n a sr I
JsU AMUUUU VMaa
114 West Second street
on account of Merit. Wherever
they have Invariably received
FOB 98 TEAKS AT
to the Demon eomrxwlnaT the best article to hn
a "New Departure lie 11."
1. qi-avlb aud F. W. lUactc Awards will
Co., 1510 Second Ave.
Echoes of Our Millinery
Ton can see It everywhere, at the theatre.
on the street, hi church. The demand for I
originality ot style to on the titcreaae thes
and we have supplied that want. We
show ym more style for 3, f3 and 5 than
you see at duuble these orices clnL-where.
WepnsiUvcly aave ymi from 1 lo 60 !
aoirt save it on the trimmings t-l titer.
JACKETS AND CAPES.
' BeauUfutly made In the newest anl Innd-
soineKt style at reasonable price, filial
reaucuons this week.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS.
The largst assortment In ths d'y.
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