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THE ABQTJP, TUESDAY, AFREL 21, 1896.
ftsltosd MOT a4 WHUr St MM a
Cock Islaa. DL (blMtMAll
J. W. POTTSB
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H saaaa: rs man, S1.SS.
Afl nalcHnM a critical w
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TCESDAT. ArilL 21. 18.
The A rocs bat arranged for a de
lightful series of copyrighted stories,
including such an attractive array of
ficllon bjr aathora of international
reputation as has seldom been offered
to the public through a newspaper's
columns. Among the contribntori
will be Octave Tbanet, otherwise
Miis Alice French, of Davenport,
(Albert Parker. Opte Read, Kate
Chopin, James Knapp Reeve, J. Monk
Foster and Mrs. Oliphant.
I'cokia beat Springfield for the
location of tho democratic state con
vention at a ratio of 21 to 9 or 2
BrrrALo Bill has become editor
and proprietor of a paper In Duluth.
He may as well be informed right
here that no successful newspaper
has ever yet been regularly turned
out with a bowie knite.
Leo XIII is the doyen of the
Catholic episcopate. Ile'recei ved his
episcopal consecration in 1813, and
there is no bishop living whose con
secration is so old. It has rarely
happened that the pope was 'the
oldest bishop in the Catholic world.
The chief difference between Mc
Kinley and Napoleon is that Mckin
ley is not red-headed. Frecport
But theOhioan will bcred-headed"
If he fails In that republican presi
Pkisipeht Fai.kk was president at
Havre of tho Young Men's Chris
tian association, which Is protestant,
and he Is a brother of Bourgeois in
Free Masonry, which, in France, is
not necessarily deistic; but he is, as
representative of the kings of France,
canon of St. John lntemn at Rome,
which is, apparently, incongruous.
A Ci.kaim woman kissed Sena
tor Tillman I efore a large audience
and is much censured for doing it.
Nobody scents to blame Tillman for
allowing it. There is where the
blame really lies. Tut it on the right
person and keep it there. No self
respecting man will permit the
kisses of a female politician in
rarV frmatt rru.
Peoria earned the prize which she
won yesterday in the selection of
that city as the place for holding the
state democratic convention, Jane
23. Springfield made a gallant tight,
hat the hustlers for the central Illi
nois metropolis were too swift for
the state capital' friends. The dele
gation may well be proud of its
achievement. It included If. N.
1'indcll, of the Herald; Committee
man Frank (Juinn. mayor W. M.
Alien, Hon. N. K. Wortuinton and
Chairman Hinriihsvn oalled the
t-oturuittee to older at the Sherman
house, Chicago, between 10 and 11
o'clock. But one member of tho com
mittee was absent or nnprescnted, M
C. Conlon of the Fifth district. John
R. Warner of I'eoria bad the proxy
of Ben T. Cable. Hugh K. Bayle held
the proxy of James II. Baker, repre
senting the Twenty-iirst district,
(eorgo F. Miner held the proxy of
John II. Baker of the F.ightee'nth.
Sam M. Bunlett held the prosy of
A. A. Coodrich of the First district
and Robert K. Burke that of William
l.oefller of the Fourth.
The result of the ballot was: Peo
ria, 22; Springfield. 9. There was
no significance in the resnlt as af
fecting the standing of the commit
tee on the money question, as was
claimed by the silver men daring the
day. According to the Chicago Chron
icle, the nine votes for Springfield
were cast by Messrs. Burdett. Br in.
ton. Be ntley. Ricks. Miner, Fuller,
Bayle. Mahooey and Forman. Of
theso Messrs. Bentley and Bayle are
known advocates of the free coinage
of silver at 16 to 1. On the other
hand a number of the votes given to
Peoria wcie cast by opponent of the
16 to 1 idea. Among those were ex
Mayor Hopkins and Messrs. Span
trier. Leindecker, Hallam. Brand and
Potter. The victory of Peoria was
not in any sense a victory for free
The vote by individual members
of the committee was as follows:
For Peoria Messrs. Byrnes. Lein
eodeek.r. Burke. Brand. Williams.
Hogan. Wright. Potter, llecnsn.
Brcnnan. tuinn. Hallam. Fuller,
Watson. Hopkins. C.ahan. Chase,
Warner, Spangler, Uinrichscn, Green
anil Nelson 22.
For Springfield Messrs. Burdett.
Brmton, Bentley. Ricks. Miner.
Bayle. Mahoney. Baker and For
The representation based on the
Tote of 1392 will Insure 1.069 dele,
gates. Rock Maud will have 10 and
the Tenth congressional district 59.
OSScaal frowdlao m Lwt Tlcts Cms.
cu ss iur.
Citt CorxciL Room. Rock Islavd.
April 20. The city council met in
regular semi-monthly session at 8
p. m.. Mayor Knox presiding and all
the aldermen present. Minutes of
last regular and two adjourned meet
ings were reaa and approved
Aid. Dauber, from the bridge com
mittee. reported cost of finishing the
inirteentn avenne bridge approaches
Aid. Gall moved that the report be
received ana money appropriated.
Aid. Maucker offered a substitute
referring the matter to the new
council. The substitute was lost, 3
to 11, and the original resolution, in
cluding an appropriation of f 165.65
to complete me bridge, was adopted.
n io z. (teis, aenremer).
Aid. Nelson read an ordinance
granting to the Tri-City Electric
Street Sprinkler Company the right
to operate a sprinkler lor 20 years.
tieierrea to me ordinance ana water
works committees on motion of Aid.
Aid. Schneider, from the street
and alley committee, offered a reso
lution directing a change of grade at
the corner of Sixth avenue and Twenty-eighth
street, azd the cleaning of
gutters, etc. Referred to the street
superintendent and city engineer
wun power to act.
Aid. Schneider submitted a report
recommending mat arrangements be
made, if possible, to drain blocks 43
and 44, Chicago addition. Report
Aid. Tindall submitted a .report as
w mo xii-iij opniikiiDg company.
icijuitiujj; ilq uuuwiiuu ui last year s
dues, and making the rate the same,
75 a month, payable monthly. Re
ferred to the ordinance and water
Aid. Kennedy moved that the
Sprinkler company be allowed to take
water, on rates to be hereafter ad
justed, provided the company give
its note for past dues with interest
at per cent irom last November.
The clerk read a report of the ma
jority of the committee of the whole
adversely on tbe petition of the Twin
City Ferry company for a ferry
license. Also a minority report Irom
live of the members, in favor of
granting tbe license. The majority
report was aaoptea 9 to o as follows:
Ayes Surman, Johnson. Se.hroeder,
Dauber. Tindall, Kennedy, Gall, Nel
son. Foss 9.
Noes Zeis, Schreiner. Maucker.
Schneider, Pender 5.
The clerk read a petition from
Blake & Murphy for leave to open a
pavea street, wrantea.
ine clerk read an unsigned peti
tion supposed to be from Joseph
Kxner, asking for an investigation as
to his discharge as fireman.
Aid. Scbroeder moved that the fire
committee be required to report at
tbe next meeting as to the purchase
of one or two horses for the fire de
Aid. Kennedy moved tbat tbe
mayor and lire and light committee
be authorized to dispose of the steam
fire engine. Adopted.
Adjourned on motion of Aid.
A. D. Hlf.sinu. City Clerk.
Mrs. Shoddy-Tinsel Oh, Mrs. Rich,
have you seen tho lovely, lovely oil
painting Mr. Cornice presented to my
Mrs. Rich No, I have not. I did not
know Mr. Cornice painted.
Mrs. TiuM-1 Ob, must beautifully.
Ho dawned off this painting for Amelia
in hulf an hour. So clover he's an
nrcli-ituct, you know, though he studied
to be a sculpture. Voue.
"Wait one moment," said the emi
nent statesman to the reporter who had
come for the manuscript of his Fpeecli.
I want to niuke a little correction."
And ho made a nnsty erasure where
he had written the bracketed word "ap
plause" and the applause had failed t
come in. Chicago Tribune.
W Cut Last ForaTer,
Bnt we aav prolong our coaUnnanc on earth
by keeping In pood working order tbe phvslral
orpine birh providence baa vouchsafed to at.
Among tbe more Important of thee I the liver.
Either throngh neglect or provocation, let thi
gnat accretive gland remain In or get Into dii
ordcr. and yoa will soon find an Asiatic change
la onr complexion, von will feel very aaeaey In
7 oar right eld or nnder the right sboalder b'.ade,
your tongue will take oa aa nnacarooanl coat of
fur, dek badach atd nausea will cnuc. Don't
retort to a powerful pars-alive, bat begin and
parrueacouraoof Uoetetter'a Stomach KiUei
Tta to will gel well eieeillljr and thoroughly.
This great hous b W remedy for blhoawcs also
relieve and core malarial and kidney com
plaint, const! patioa, incipient rheumatism. d)s-
pepsia and thj lLtirmtti bc.-ottcn by an en
feebled condition of the system. It promotes
leep' and a tranquil aiatc or tie aervoas system .
Ha Tow Had Iks UrlpT
If Ton hare, vou nrnbahlv nnoit a
reliable medicine like Foley's Honey
ana lar to neai your lungs ana stop
th rackincr conch incidents! to thia
disease. For sale at M. F. Bahnsen's
Fllast rilaal 111 1
Dr. wnilaau' Indlai FU Otasawat win cm
SUad bleadlag, alssrated sad ttcatag piles. It
absorbs thstaSMrs, allays las Itch lag at once.
arts as a poaltle. give unrtaat relief. Dr. WIl-
rlaaM' Indtaa PU Otntmaat w prepared only for
ptlss aad ttoamg of Uts prtvat sarta, sad aothrag
am. Stst? boa Is gaaraatssa. aoM by dntt
yas. Mat by aaatl. for SO oaaU aad ft per box.
Williams aaafartartag eompsay, ProprlMora,
Crlaad,0aK told by T. at.
Tbe Abocs delivered every Ten
ng at your door at 10o a weak.
Children Cry for
The B. J. Wheeler went by with a
log raft for Burlington.
The B. Hershey passed down with
a raft of logs for Keokuk.
The Denkmann went north, while
the Swain was in and out.
Boats down were the Irene D.,
Zalus Davis. Robert Dodds, B. J.
Wheeler and Jo Long.
The stage of water at the Bock Isl
and bridge this morning was 2.70
and rising; the temperature 65.
The Mry Morton, which Capt
McCaffrey has purchased for the ex
cursion business, arrived yesterday
It is likely that the St. Paul will
be brought out earlier than expected
should the tendency toward a better
stage of water continue. She will
replace the Pittsburg in the Keokuk
and St. Louis trade. There is a fair
stage of water at the present time,
and the Diamond Jo packets could
be operated without anj inconven
G. A. at. EncasapaBOnt.
Big Four" to the SOth annual
encampment department of Illinois,
G. A. R.. Cairo, May 12-11. One
fare round trip. Tickets on sale
May 11. 12 and 13, good returning
until May 13 inclusive. Best line
from all points in eastern Illinois.
Call on nearest agent for full partic
ulars. rnfortaaat) People
are they who are afflicted with pirn,
pies, boils, carbuncles, running
sores, ulcers, scrofula, cancerous or
syphilitic affections, or any other
blood taint whatsoever, and do not
try a 50 cent bottle of Foley's Sar
saparilla. For sale at M. F. Bahn
sen's drug store.
Fair weather tonight and Wedne-g
day; cooler tonight and Wednesday
morning, warmer during Wednesday.
Light variable winds. Today's tem
F. J. Walz, Observer.
The glazing of pens, in some varie
ties considered an important operation,
is done with laS dissolved in naphtha.
tW&ujuu.tfiA ana limllarvompiAlxitS,
-kasmmw. a u aimsy saw iuvaUJUMiltkmmfj
V) ULIalCHTER'S i
v m mm mm mm m amBa
F. Ad. Bichter A Co.. KSPtriSt. tTewTsL
! ai KiSS&ST IIRJISBS.
usiaaca aoasos, . vwaviasswarka.
tr.c and 50c For sale by Horst
eckriu. C. SiideL Harper ho
harmacy. Rock Islani. Ill
BIG FOUR ROUTE
rational Btptblieu Convention,
tu L s, Jane 1G.
Sfatlonsl lamocTati: Cosventien.
ctiicago, July 7.
KaUosal ZdacaUonil Association.
UutTilo, Jul 3,
7. P. S. C. E ConranUsn.
M ar hinuton, July 9.
B. 7. P. V. of inerica,
Milwaukee, July IS.
sfational Zneanpment 0. A. B ,
M. i'aul, ocjt. to 4.
Elreant Through Trains. Wagner Sleeping Ca-a.
Buffet Parlor Cars. Exquisite Dining
Va fn.n.l . Q. liMi, T . . I
Chicaeo. Best line to Bufalo, Throneh sleeper
n huivkivh. i um JUiuiar iiu OJ ine v. A. a.
t. e. Kceoic:, s. a. lunTjr.
Pas. Traffic Her.. Gen 1 Fas. Tkt Aaeat
GernraJ aad Nervous Debility.
Wcalcne of Body and
Mind, KtTucta of Krrora
or KxccsHe in OM or
Ynnne. Robust, Noblo
Klanlioral fully Kvgtorvd.
How to KnlarKe and
ritrenelhen Weak. I'n
developed Portions of
Body. Atfolnlely in.
Hnni'fita tn tiskv.
MQ testify fnim 50 htalM ami FVm.ivn
Countries. Send for llrwriptive Bonk, ex
planation and pruols, mailed taualedi free.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, M.Y.
To buy Hardware,
Mixed House and
Floor Taints, Rob
ber Hose, Lawn
Mowers or anything
in the Hardware
line in general is ot
1610 Third Avenue.
AGENT FOR EAGLE BICYCLES.
The Doctor's Discovery.
DR. BROWN, OF DAVID CITY.
NEB.. FINDS A MEDICINE
OF RARE VIRTUE.
Ha Vtiwt Cat re Htsa! wttxt It. mm
aTMscrtacs It for His Patlemta wttm
(Vom the Lincoln, Acfc, OzO.)
Dr. Saainel L. Brown is a pioneer resident
of David City, having lived there for twenty
fears. He is well known all over Butler
Conntr having practiced medicine in every
part. It is his recovery from a very serious
diease that is looked opon as a miracle.
When visited bv a Gall reporter Dr. Brown
gladly related the history of his sickness and
his fiunl core.
" This will b my first step fate the field ol
a penonal interview, bat I am so enthusiastic
over my recovery that I feel like conducting
a regular experience meeting.
" Six or seven years ago partial paralysis
set in upon mv left side, and I soon became
affected by kindred ailment. The pension
board foond my trouble to be "partial paral
ysis of left side, vanoose reins of both lejrs,
sn.1 Irft varicocele." I was also troubled with
Dialwtes. I became unable to perform man
al labor, having to Rive cn tho larger part
of mr practice. 1 could hobble a round by the
use of crutches and cane. I tried every med
icine that 1 ever heard of in endeavoring to
relieve ray Suffering.
" About a year aeo I read of a medicine
called lr. Williams' rink Tills, that seemed
to fit my case, so I sent for samples. 1 was
so well satisfied with the sample, that I sent
for more, as thov acted directlv in harntcr-v
with nature. Those are the thinps I l.iok f."r
in treating diseases. 1 used a number of boxes
of the pills, and I am now entirely relieved of
all my several ailments, and am able to move
about onee more, without being hampered
with cri)iling diseases. In my practice I
always ue pink Pills where the diagnosis ol
the case favors them.
" 1 now have a remarkable ease at Ernie
ertl. Atipustu Talbot, the postmaster, was
suirenng from diabete and insipidness, and
was in the first stages of Bright' disease.
The d.tctnrs had failed to give him anv relief.
All hope of his recovery had been given np
when I was called in and took charge of the
cae. He is now on the road to complete re
covery. The Bright' disease was headed off,
an l the other ailments overwhelmed. A hap-
tuer family ennnot be found than that of
'ostmaster Talbot,' of Brainerd."
Sworn and subscribed to before me th!s err
enlU day of September, A. D. 18P3. at Pavid
City, Xeb. . S. Rrxvoic.
(Signed) IZotam Public.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pill for Pule People
are now given to the public as an "unfailing
blood builder and nerve restorer, curing all
forms nf weakness arising from a wat ry
condition of the blood or shattered nerves.
The pills are sold by nil dealers, or will be
sent postpaid on receipt of price (50 cents a
box, or six boxes for $2.50 thev are nev.t
sold in bulk or by the 100) by addressing
tad n" y' Medicine Company, tkuensc,-
Caaa. Blicib, Manager.
4 NIGHTS J.
Thursday, April 23.
Columbia Comic Opera Co
An ornnlztti' nusibrne 40, l h
cboras or SJ. cotno?ete orebestra, and
calcinm ana ekctncil effects.
Thursday - "Said Pasha"
Friday - "Black Hussar"
Saturday - "Bohemian Girl"
Sunday "Fra Diavoll"
Ever? opera elaborately aiaa-ed and
coetumea. Sl&.Utt iLveted n scen
ery, costnmos sod calcium apparatus.
Seas on sa'e Monday morning at 9 o'clock for
subscriber wao bare firat choc. Btga'ar sa'e
open at S o'clock Tuesday morning at Blencr
bto9 jewielrj store. .
Pricts. 75. 50 and i. Box feats, tl.
Bortis Opera House,
Thursday, Ap-il 23.
Tho Musical Event of the year-Guaranteed En
gagement of the Famous
Marie tavary Grand Opera Co.
Under the Direction or CD AS. A. PRAtT
In a Magaiflcent Production of
Grand Chorus-Grand Orchestra.
An Orcanixatlon of Rtirhtv artiata
Price 81.B0,$t,75e and 50c Seats at Flnke's
Monday mornins. April tl. Telephone SA. Ferry
boat and Mr ..f. n ... ,
rree. ll.t" T "
'Look Here. Upon This
and on thii." His Rirl'jllted him
because be looked so atnpid and
foolish in his readv-msde doth
ine. so he took the tip and hied
him to HOPPE'S. where thej
made him as swell and hand
some as the most elegant man in
town. One of the suits made bf
him will convioce you that "the
tailor can make the man," and
that perfect fit and pood mater,
ial means economy in the long
Hi"". & 11: J
rtl I I ?
Tho Tailor. '
ANTED BOARDERS AT 1810 THIRD
VtANTED-BOARDERS AT 1114 SECOND
ANTEp-GOOD TABLE BOARDERS AT
i nun avenue.
ANTED A RELIABLE GIRL FOR
vuuk iiw second avenue.
TANTED-A GOOD STEADY GIRL TO
v? do general hou.se work. Reference. 60s
Twenty-third street. .
TOR RENT A " ROOM RESIDENCE. 921
DT.entle,tn Jtreet. Modern conveniences.
M. rl. Cleaveland. Benirston block.
WAJrrED - ACTIVE AGENTS TO
TV handle self heaUnir prasolene sad Irons
5-i """C'tV. W.ies preferred. Address L. P.
W heelock. Moline.
"7ANTED-BOY ABOUT 18 YEARS OF
v v ge to work in grocery store. MuKt be
s-enteel and reliable. Address in own band
wrttmtr W. W. W.. The Ahgus.
TITANTED-TO RENT BY FIRST OR MID
v v die of May a modern 7 or f-room house
forfamUy of three. Address irivinir location
of house, F. E care Melntvre-Reck Co.
XTANTED-SALESMEN TO SELL IT RE
V v whisky from one ration up. direct to
consumer, no delivering. Liekinir Valley Dis
liliini; company. Coviiurion. Kentucky.
T A NTED TO BUY FOR CASH. SECOND
v v hand (roods of every description. Money
to loan on chattels and all articles of value.
Goods stored and sold on commission. Leave
your order at 16i, Second avenue, -J. W.
VTANTED MEN WHO WILL WORK FOR
a month salary or large commission
selling staple tux sis by sample to dealers. Kjc
penence unnecessary. Write us. Hou.sebold
Specialty company, 77 W. Fourth street, Cin
WANTED SCHOLARS TO LEAHN THE
rench Kelloirir system at lll Second
avenue. The complete system embraces tbe
model, complete Instructions in cutting, fitting,
r reneh basting and boning for only ilo. Usual
price for system complete, 135. Mrs. M. K
WANTED GOOD RELIABLE HELP OF
all kinds who can furnish references to
use THE ARcrs want column. Calls are re
ceived at this office daily for domestics, etc.
who can come well recommended. Trv this
column for a situation and if you are reliable
you will get one.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
or without board at 1114 Second avenue.
TjTOR RENT -NICE FLAT OF THREE
-a. rooms In Industrial Home. Steam heat
and gas stove. Apply to T. H. Thomas.
TjlOR RENT THE FLATS IN KOESTER
J- building corner Fifth avenue and Thirl v
first street opposite C..K. L depot. For
S articular call ut shoe store of Peterson or
. A. Koester & Co., 107 Main street. Daven
port. FOR RENT THREE DWELLING HOUSES.
me situated on Twentv-third street, near
Hroadwav church: two on Fifth avenue, be
tween Thirty-llfih and Thirty-sixth streets.
or further information inquire at the resi
dence of Uilpin Moore.
L"KR SALE A GOOD DELIVERY HORSE
L at Apple Bros', grocery.
IOR SALE CHEAP-TWO LOTS IN
nenneu a uauuion. u. J. Long.
R SALE NEW S-ROOM HOUSE, 2803
wi.u n.uw. A Hty UD (T7U11SCS
FOR SALE OFFICE FIXTURES. TOOLS
and stock of Kock island Heating uud
Plumbing company, ilust be closed out bctoi e
A pril -U. Call at Davis company..
"CKIR SALE A S-ROOM COTTAGE IN GOOD
conuiiionat stc. seventh avenue. Will
e sold at a very low fijrure if taken within CO
uujs. Appiy on premises or address "X. Y. Z
A Hues oltlce.
UEXN BURRI3 ALL WALL PAPER
r cicanco witu neutness and dispatch. Sat-
isiaction guaranteed. Rates reasonable.
i-cave orders at Sie Kihtccnth street, under
itoc-K isiunu xationai Dank
HARRY n. IRVIN. DEALER IN NEW AND
second-hand goods: also goods handled
on commission. Cash paid for all saleable fur
niture, nciore buying, give me a call 1511
accuna avenue, kouk island.
C1 (Vl TO ANY MAN OR WOMAN WE
' .' cannot teach to draw it crayon
portrait by our patent method in three lessons.
We pay our pupils iu to Us per week to work
for us at home, evenings or spare time. Send
for work nnd particulars. Hermann ft Sey
mour, -ij soutn bum street, l'hnudclphia, Pa.
THKENOIXX;iCAL SCIENCE OF THE
nana Hue, ! ranks, the scientific palmist
and thorough graduate in tbe science of chlr.
omancy. Mme. Franks, although a palmist. Is
in a lonune iuer. rne tnorougniy under
stands the hand, the lines with all their twists
and turns, the texture of the skin and also the
snape ana size, which is a necessity to reveal
the character, the temperament and the abili
ties. Therefore she can reveal to those who
call upon her, from a scientific standpoint,
whether they are best suited to mental or
manual labor and in what occupation they will
be the most successful; also their proper mate
In life. Mme. Franks has practiced in both
Europe nnd America, and is considered a very
successful and interesting lecturer and reader
of palmistry. She is assisted bv the world's
renowned palmist. ITof. Franks from the Isl
and of Cvurus. who will exhibit to ihe nnlilin
various paintings and sketches of hands of
ainerent people nnd professions. fublic In
vited. Parlors 1810 Third avenue.
TEONA. THE HIGHLY CELEBRATED
-4 palmist and clairvoyant is hicatjrd at bis
Iowa street. DaVcnport. Her phenomenal pnw-
er nas exciiea tnc wonaer or two comments.
Don't fail to consult this gift-dladv. For advice
regarding business, love, divorce, family trou-
oics, etc.. sne uas do equal.
ATTENTION - MADAM DKSARMEAUX.
tbe crowned oueen of all clairvovants.
has returned t this city- not as a sorcerer or
toriune teller, only as a clairvoyant medium.
Her power excites the wonder and admiration
of even the most skeptical She will foretell
your destiny to a certainty. Scores who have
consulted her consider her advice and assist
ance most valuable. She has made fortunes
for many, finding for them through ber oiair
voyant power investments that returned them
great prom. People in all walks of life have
tieen benefited by tbe services of this eminent
medium. She never fails to give warning of
the snares tbat await you in the future and
point out the way by which thev may be avoided.
Love affairs and all matrimonial entanglements
are satisfactorily straighteued out. In a word,
whatever may be your troubles, suspicions or
desires, call on this pitted woman, for there is
nothing within the aim of human power. Intel
licence or ambition, tbat she cannot do for
you or place within your reach. She locates
and diagnoses disease, cures fits! big neck,
etc.. also gives massage and magnetic treat
ment. Business sLrictlv private and confiden
tial Hours 0 a. mc and 9. n. m. datlv and Kim.
1-iv. Call at once. Private apartments, l.'S
r wurvn avenue.
ar the most fowbbptx. sin. momrr aad ' as-
v. mumu to ibc wmaimn i ds original
and mly genaia Wosus's r-axvanoir. Ask
jobt dranut if h doa't kep them. Write direct
to a ana w will send rt direct anon receipt of
prioa. Si. ealed, ky mail ere paid. A. I. ateiss
it wmV-Hum wswa, swear
R. ORAMPTON & CO.
172? Second Avenue.
Have attained their celebrity solely
j w""- waujrvMwuu
THE HIGHEST AVARiF
At the International Exhibition at Crystal Palace. N. T.. in 185S
oyer 100 pianos on exhibition First Prize to the Scbomacker Piano
1 At the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia in 1815, 1858, and again
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 CObTTINDOTJSLT FOR 28 TEAKS AT
Wallace's Music Store t$?&SGmn
A $100 Bicycle Given Away
We will give a 81(0 Griswold Bicycle to the person composing the best article to be
nscd as an advertisement for the wheel. To the ten persons who compose the second
best article we will issue a coupon, which will entitle thrra to a discount of 10 per cetil
from the cash price of any article bought of us during the year 18U4. To the ten Dersooa
composing the third best article we will give
All persons entering mast live In Kock Island county, and mast come tn onr atnr
to examine the wheel, when they will be furnished with full Instruction blanks, etc No
person will be allowed to enter more than one article. Composition will be limited to 1 0
words. All articles must be at our office bv Saturday. April 25. Merit to bm iJd h
a committee composed of H. P. Simi-sox, W.
ie made according to Uielr decision.
M. O. Griswold &
At 81.75, 2.4S, f3, C4.50. 19, 8.5).
Indies' Suits, Separate
Just received an elegant line of Belts in G ild, S lrer, Leather
auu tuubon at 24c,
114 West Second street
Electro-Gold String Pianos
on account of Merit. Wherever
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a "New Departure Bell."
I. Qt'AvlJC and F. W. Kixck. Awards will
Co., 1510 Second Ave.
Echoes of Our Millinery
You can sue it everywhere, at the f lieatr
the street, in church. Tlie demand fr
originality 01 style is on the Increase these
) c iwvenDppiina mat want. We
show you mora style Utt S3. : and 5 than
VOU see at dotlbla Uuaa trln.
We positively save you from 51 to i 60
" vc nun uie trimmings citlier.
JACKETS AND CAPES.
Beautifully made In Uie newest and hand-
nwmviH Btjica at reasouabie price. rriai
muruuil una weca.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS.
The Iargst assortment In the ci'y-
Skirls and Silk Wa'sts made to order.
85c, 50c and 75c