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THE Ali&Ua SATDBDATt APRIIi 25, 1896. - .
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SAirkbAI. Ami 26, 1898.
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For Boa of Educate aJ&Y,3Efc
The Union it In a position to
end word of commiseration to the
Illinois senator who aspires to be
president. Both have been repudi
ated bj their party at home.
Tub Fifteenth congressional dis
trict, embracing many of the coun
ties of the old Eleventh, at Bnshnell
yesterday renominated Congressman
B. '. Marsh, of Warsaw, and de.
clared for McKinley.
Next Wednesday wilt either male
or break Jonn K. Tanner, with cor
responding effect as far as the re.
publican party is concerned. The
chances are that it will break both
Tanner and Lis party.
Row if Dr. Klnyon will acknowl
edge that every one of the directors
who have persistently upheld the
unpopular superintendent has disre
garded a duty to the schools, the
public may bo inclined to think he is
acting in good faith.
Anotiiku Illinois congressional dis
trirt has prne baelt on Cullom. The
Saeanaon statesman is more apt t"
be known to tte future historian as
the prophet without honor in his
nwi county rather than as the coun
terpart of the great emancipntor
whese own state was devoted to him.
Tnc pplit in th SalrsMnn Army in
Illinois is wMenin. The Jackanti
vil! Salvation Army has left the old
enmmand and hepm to do work at
the old fanii fur the volunteers.
There were tut iff the army, and they
hate all Km assigned to work, ia the
s.i-uu capacity wkit'b ihey occuji.cJ
in the army.
Tu ear. are jnat two questions in.
volved in tbo fhool saperlnUiiUeacy
UUtuion those of right and
wrung. The first involves the best
interests of the schools; the second
the interests of one man. The hoard
of ednra'.icn should have known
enough to have been on the right
side that Is where the directors
are expected to be.
This do nothing congress with 150
republican majority which denouuees
the w n:n inn. naa not made any
effort to repeal the Mine. This coo
gress is loo eowardly to take aoy ac
tion on the bankruptcy bill, the Pe
el flc railroad funding bill or the cur
rency bill. Will the people stain
trust the republican party which has
snown sucn great capacity to do
Miss wasct" Kikyox. of the
board of education, now rises to ex
plain some things about that snap
meeting of the board of education
Wednesday evening and the attempt
tn take advantage of the teachers
Thursday afternoon. After viewiog
with what spirit the board's unpre
cedented action was received by the
public the director feels evidently
that after all there is someone be
side Amont to be considered in this
Mssbtti Matkosts Nat Wasted.
After a series of significant slate-
smasblngs at the bands of the people
it. hardly seems credible that the
machine politicians have concocted
any plans for deliberately subverting
the'will of the people at the republi
can state convention to be held at
Springfield next week. But the peo
ple who are familiar with tba adroit
tactics of the Jamieson-Madden
stripe of politicians do not put their
trust in premises. The machine only
keeps its pledges when it is forced to
do so by protests so load and vehe
mont that no arbitrary chairman can
ignore them, and when backed by an
overwhelming majority of votes.
It is true that , Mr. Tanner has
made declarations of bis indisposi
tion to a patty to any scheme for
thwarting the will of the people at
tie state convention. But Mr. Tan
ner will not be in the convention.
He can easiiy disclaim all responsi
bility for the rcvolntimarv tactics
of his lientcrants. Mr 'Jamieson
assnres us that the chairman will he
a man -who will preside over the
convention fairly and jnstlv.n This
soands very well, but ir. Jamleson's
Ideas of fairnass may not accord with
th ixpalar seaaa of what is fair and
The slate for the control of the
convention has already been ar
ranged by the Jamieson machine. In
Jursuarce of machine tactics sir.
amlfson had the state .central com
mittee pass a resolution empowering
kiss with authority to select the
chairman. This of itself Is contrary
to precedent and Is opposed to the
spirit of democracy that should
Krvade apolitical gathering that
a latrnsted to It business of sack
unusoal importance. The conven
tion has a right to select its own
chairman. The usual machine tac
tics of county and congressional
conventions. - such as pre
vailed in the convention in the
Twelfth district for instance, will
have no place in this great conven
tion. It will come nearer a truly
representative body than any repub
lican convention held in the state of
Illinois for years. The people will
be quick to rebuke any tactics that
savor 01 uniatrnesss or machine
If Mr. Jamieson has arranged any
slate for the arbitrary control of the
convention, common political pru-
uence win suggest that be sponge
it off before it is too late and leave
the entire bnsinees of the convention
to the duly accredited delegates.
BT BUST a DCBHSJ.
What eye does not follow the U1 o'wlsp hope
A It always rMedn fmn todav
To elusive tomorrow What band does not
Turuiutnout life toward Im beckoning ray?
Hope irikl tbe alluring! illusions that lie
Tnicklv strewn on umnrnii', fir wimnA
And Uslav's opportunities pass, while wesitrb
rwmi near. unauaiuuDie una.
Delightful tomorrow: No soul have we
Who hit! over yet trod on It shore.
Clime to which today's bark ia perpetually
Tbouirb the bright sands are touched never
more How often we think that tomorrow .we'll rest
And rnioy tbe fast Ueetinir years:
That tomorrow re (fret shall be kindly ex-
If today 's word or deed has caused team.
Hut theVrler.da of today muy tomorrow be
Let veienlv'a memories uv!
And remember tbat One for tomorrow will
Who- irift to mankind Is today.
At Trinity chapel. Rev. R. F.
Sweet; rector; even song and Sunday
school at 2:30 p. m.
At Trinity church. Rev. R. F.
Sweet, rector. Celebration at 7 a. m.
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Matins
and sermon at 10:45 a. m. liven
tong at 7:30 p. m.
At the Kdgewood Park M.E. church.
(the old No. 7 school house.) preach
ing at 11 a. m. and: t .30 p. m. by
Rev. R. G. Pcarce. Sunday school at
10 a. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday
at 7:30 p. ra.
At the Immanuel Baptist. Fortv-
r l . . it - ... ...
aucci, prcaum ug at iu:a a.
ra. and 7:30 p. m., by tbe pastor.
Rev. S. H. Cain. Morning subject.
"The Vn;M evening, The Words of
Christ." bunday school at S p m.
JuuIt Kudenvor at 6:30 p. m. '
At the (irace Lutheran church,
service will be conducted at 10:45
n. m. and 7:15 p. m. by Mr. Frisk, of
Augustaua college. At the mnrcing
service F. S. Shepard will present
the work of the Y. M. C. A. lie v.
J. I- Murphy, the pastor, will be in
Rockford over Sunday.
At the reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ, of the Latter Dav Saints.
Burrall'a block. Second avenue, at
2:30 p. m. a discourse will be-delivered
by Evangelist T. J. Sheldon, on the
subject, The Lord's Supper;" and at
7:30 p. m., subjeet: "The tvospel of
i,i m va mull vuuaiirieii.
At the United Presbyterian,
Rev. II. C. Marshall, pastor. Uen
egral Secretary J. P. Bailev will
speak at tbe morning service. Mo
evening service, the cooercratl.n
joining in tbQ'union meeting at the
Central church. Sunday school at
9:30 a. m. Young people's meeting at
o:3u p. m.
At the First Baptist, at 10:45 a
m. Y. M. C. A. State Secretary
Bruner will spesk on behalf of the
work. In the evening the congrega
tion win join in the onion meeting
in the interest of Y. M. C. A. work
at tbe Central church. Sunday
scnooi at :3W a. m. is. x. r. v.
meeting at 6:30 p. m. Leader Mrs.
R. G. Summers. . A conquest meet
ing; topic, A vecaae or. Missionary
Beginnings." Junior union at 2:30
At the First Methodist, Rev. F.
W. Mcrrell, pastor. At tbe morn
ing service Prof. L. C. Dougherty
will preside and an address will be
given in tbe interest ol the Y. M. C.
A. by some speakers from abroad.
No evening service, the congrega
tion uniting in the union service at
Broadway church. At 2:30 p. m. the
Rock Island lodges of I. O. O. F. will
attend in a body, at which service
the pastor will preach on "The New
Commandment of Love. Sanday
school at 9:30 a. m. Young peo
ple s meeting at e:3U p. m.
Aa Obstacle Easily SsraoulsS.
Then ara, no dmbt, inaannoaniable obstacles.
Bat that barrier to the enjoyment of health,
chronic rnistirat oa. Is not sraong the. And
this for the nasoa tbat there Is a thoronch.
prompt aed nm-Tpiag medicinal if cat, Bos
Ictter's Stomach Bitters, adsptcd to us rulief, aa
wall saw tba re moral of ihoie bilious ad dys
peptic symptoms which accompany It. Violent
parmdves, whether mineral or vegetable, weassn
u bowels sad diiordsr lbs sssaseh. The Bit
ters, oa th4 eoetruy. B'reepibens sxd regulates
thoaiboth. Uoresver, It msqallizes the ner-
voos system, aal la a care for sr.d medieval
saffcaard aeaiast kldacy and malarlsl eass
p'ltBts. h is a most (oial and stcctive tcnle.
coaatcrarts lbs tslrmatles of af a and promotes
coavalssceaco. Sleep and apatite an bath baa-
sfittrd ky iu lx. It Is a aoa-lard remedy ea-
eosase Dy tbe entire msii icai rraterany.
rileat Meat Stsaol
Or, WIIliameMaSUaB Ptta Otnsmeaa WiU cm
bitsi v'- - alirstiS and ttehraa- nCcs. It
absorbs tba tusaors, allsys the ttehiag at om,
eta aa a oodtlce. gtees aust relief. Dr. Wn.
Osms' ledlam FUa Omtaaat m asspaisd oaa far
puss aa4 Uem( af the vrrrate s arte. Bad astbisg
else. Btotj box is cnanBtcad. Sold bf druf-
rMs, seat by mall, for 5S eeets aal SI per has.
wrrPame Ibsmraetarbat com nary, fieflsriiis.
ClwalssH.oam. Sola by T.K.T mill , -
Children Cry for
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For Men. ;
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and kidney complaint. If you are
troubled in this way and are espert-
raotnij socn symptoms as otliousneas.
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remedy or an experiment but a scientific preparation prescribed and recommended
by eminent physicians all over the world. .Thousands have testified to its wonder
ful curative effects. It Is the best remedy In existence for any man who needs
fresh lite, enecgy and health.
ANTED HOARDERS AT 1810 THIRD
WANTED GOOD TABLE BOARDERS AT
1MM Fifth avenue.
7 ANTED A GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK
at IM: Tbird avenue.
TA XTED- BOARDERS IJJ PRIVATE
family at I3UI Seound avenue,
rANTED SITUATION AS HOTJ8E-
aeeper. Aaarew "U., abods orace.
AIT A JJTEI TO RENT 5 TO 7 ROOM
V V house centrally loeatcd. Good rent tort
right place. Address C. H. P., Tan A nous.
Vr A NTED POS mON AS COLLECTOR
V V by younv mnn of nve years' experience.
West of references furnLsbeu. Addre J. J..
WANTED SALESMEN TO SELL PURE
whstky from one trillion up. direct to
consumer: Bo deliverinK. Lickinit Valley Dis
tilling company, Covlurton. Kentucky-
WANTED EMPIjOYMENT: STEADY
V v pluces to work at ironing or second
Work two or three days a week by competent
girl; references iriven. Address "M. H.," Ae-
VIZTA NTED DISTRIBUTORS (LADIES OR
V irentlemenlln every town and city in
tbe United Histe to pass free samples of tea:
bitt mouev. Address witb stamp. Thomas &
Anderson. South Head, Ind.
WANTED TO PUY FOR CASH. SECOND
haad irooa of every de.icription. Money
to loan on chattel and all articles of value.
Goods stored and sold on commisdoo. Leave
your order at lt!. Second avenue. J. W.
WANTED MEN WHO WILL WORK FOR
7! a month salary or Jatve commission
sellineMnple iconds by sample to dealers. Ex-perleni-e
unnecessary. Write us. Household
SK:cinlty company, 77 W. Fourth street, Cin
TV- NTED SCHOLARS TO LEARN' THE
v V French Kell.vx system at 1011 Second
avcie. The complete svicm embraces the
model, complete instructions in cutting, tltuntr.
Krencu hasting and boning for only StO. Usual
prte for system- complete, fes. Mra. M. E.
Tr ANTED OOOD REUATSLE HEI.P OF
V V nil kinds who can furnish references to
Use Ths A Rous want column. Cails are re
ceived at tuU -.ft1ct- i. lor domestics, etc.,
iio un cosie weii recommunucd. Try this
column for a Mtnuon and if you are reliable
you w ill get one.
TOI RENT-FOCE ROOM FLAT ON
A- Twentieth street, 1U tier month. Apply
to E. W. UursU
UOU RENT NICE FLAT OP THREE
A rooms in Industrial Home. Sfeam heat
and gas stove. Apply to T. H. Thomas. .
"CVR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS WITH
A or without board, suitable for gentle
man and wife or two gentlemen. 1114 Second
TjV)R RENT-THREE DWELLING HOUSES.
A. ne situated on Twentv-thirdstreet, near
Hroadwav church: two on Fifth avenue, be
tween Thirty-nfth and Thirty-sixth streets.
For further information inquire at the resi
dence of Gilpin Moore.
FOR SAt E.
tjSOR SALE A tiOOD DELIVERY HORSE
at Apple liros'. grocery.
R SALE NEW S-ROOM HOUSE, 2803
ouvu svenue. Apply oa premises.
1jVK SALE A SMITH-PREMIER TYP
wrlter complete: in good conui lion. Ad
dress K. S. this office.
"CKR SALE A 5-ROOM COTTAOE IN GOOD
AJ condition at S7 Seventh avenue. Will
be sold at a very low figure if taken within en
days. Apply on premises or address "X. Y. Z "
A mo us office.
TOST A UKOWN SILVER MOUNTED
.a pocket-book. Finder please leave at
A ko i s once.
TTARRY B. IRVIN, DEALER IN NEW AND
-s a. Heoond-hand goods: also goods handled
on commission. Cash paid for all saleable f ur-
Diiure. oeiore nuying. give me a cau 1511
becona avenue. Kock Island. ,
, 4 GENTS ljOCAL OR TRAVELING: OUT-
XV at free: exclusive territory: no capital:
one agent cleared one day (7U.40: so can vou:
our safes sell at sight: city or country. Alpine
caiv uouipuu, vmuiunau, uoio,
d1V) ANY MAS OR WOMAN WE
f m.w cannot teaca to draw a crayon
i" .i 1 1 1 1 uur imicnijnriniNi id uiree irssons
we pay ottr pupils tin to is per week to work
for us at home, eveninss or imre tim. tmnA
for work and particulars. Hermann A Sey
mour. SIS South Sixth street. KuUadelpbia.Pa.
PHRENOLOGICAL SCIENCE OF .THE
hand Mmc. Franks, the scientille paliis4
and thorough gradtiate la the science of chir
omancy. Mne. Franks, although a palmist, is
uo m i.muue urufr. sue inorougsiiv' under
stands the hand, the lines with all their twists
and turns, the texture of tbe skin and also tbe
shape and size, which is a necessity to reveal
tiie chstarter. the temperament and tbe abill
tiea. Therefore sue can reveal to those who
call upon ber. frm a scR-ntinc standpoint
whether tbey are best suited to mental or
manusi labor and in what occupation they will
be tbe aunt successful: also their proper mate
In iife. Mmc Franks bss nrsctu-ed m both
Europe and America, and is considered a very
sreocssf ul and fntert-rinr lecturer and reader
of pnimistry. She Is assisted uj the World's
renowrpd palmist. Prof. Franks from the Isl
and of Cyprus, who ww exhibit to the public
varlon natnungs and sketches, t.f h.mi.
different people and professuons. Publie la-
itcu. x-snors iriw i oira srftui;.
erssmt or swtatiqm.-
C J' "x".'. u w ' lit,: i tr m
5 i;--. r.r i.,Mi f
r- roQ SALE BV Sa-l. OQuoaiST OR O
5 JACKSCff fCTICALCatffCftSOIUj
20 M CLAM 5T HtSFOiAi bi A - S
-N.B. Oonl take any substitute i
wi't.ttieanicirwfnc but different 5
spelling on wfiich yourdruit o
makes Twice as much
A. J.BaSSa,tarthave. aadffMaLjuck
' Not only the best, bet the only remedy which can always be
relied upon. That Is the verdict of every woman who has ever
tried Warner's Safe Cure. There is no better remedy for wosaen
" uum uKHiesouiB yniaKnesees. . it acts like a cnarnt In
"f ADAM DESARMEAUX. THE CROWNED
a.s. - queen ot all clairvoyants not a sorcerer
or fortune 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. Snores who have
consulted her consider her advice and assist
ance most valuable. She has made fortunes
for many, finding for them through her elair
voyant Ijower investments that returned them
great profit. People in all walks of life have
been benefited by the services of this eminent
medium. She never fails to give warning of
the snares that await you In the future and
pointom the way by which tbey may he avoided.
Love affairs and ail matrimonial entanglements
are satisfactorily straightened, out. In a word,
whatever may be your troubles, suspicions or
desires, call on this gifted woman, tor there is
nothing within tbe aim of human power, intel
ligence 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 strictly private and confiden
tial. Hours a, m. to . p. m. daily and Sun
day. Call at once. Private apartments, lads
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Rock latn ("othtt.
Id the county court, April lent A, D. 1806.
Minnie SchoJtr. admlrit-atrlx of the cefete o!
Henry Hakker. deceased pet'tlcner, v Atnie
wakker, Mary Hakker the Rock Island Monal
Bulging. 1 oaa aud Bsvincs association : and
Conrad A. Spivdel ss guardian bf Annie Hakler
and Mary Bakker defendants.
Pollilon to sell real estate to pv debts.
To whom it may concern, notice Is ben by
civen tbat by vjr uc of sn order and decree of
the coanty conn of Rock 1-lini county. Illinois,
entered on the petition of the undersigned. Min
ate rxbn'tz. as adtulnistrvrix of Ihs ests'e of
He, ry Hakkcr. decease, for leave o sell the
real estote or salt dteeas. d at ssi.i. April term,
A. D . less, af aaid court, the understcned wil on
the Sfth day or reAt stay, tne same beiig the SJbih
dy of sy. A. 1., ll, between the hours of 10
o'clock In the fort aoon and 4 o'clock in the f
tcrnooti of aiu fay, to-wit.,' at the hour of
o'olock p.m., sell at publie ul at tbe soath
donrof tne court houe, in the city of Rock W
svd In said eonnty atd state, to '.he highTt ard
best bidder, the real eetale deecribad aa follows,
- Lou twelve (13) and fourteen (14) In block
three (81 In Soi h Pflik addition to tbe city of
Keck islsad in the city of Bock Island, In the
county of Kor.k Island ud sts'e of IIUrcIs. sub
ject to a balance of about, two hundred (rl"0) dol
lars still dua upon a moiigsvu iten rxneuted .in
favor of tbe Kock I-Is4 : utnsl Bul'i la. Loan
A Havings astcciat'sn on tbe Kslii dsy ul June
ffSSan ) f-siDit,fx (fi) p.-r rrm per surttm in
terest; said inie to it elude wt tow's dower and
homestead. T.rmsbf 'a'ecaeli.
Dated this SOth dsy of April. IS9S.
Miss. a chititi!. '
Adminlstra'ir of tha Estate of lieiry Hakker.
iMreaved ,i . .-
C. i. SEtaxx, Attorney. "
riTATI Of ILLINOIS, t
tn the Circuit court. Hay term, l&M. In chan
cery. Porter Skinner, ocmplainanl, vs Betsey Rey
ao'ds. John H Reynolds, ben Reynolds, kiisua P
Reynolds Jr. Lacy M cbannon. Amanda O Key
nolds and 811-ha P KbtbdMs, Jr. executor under
the last will and testament of Kiisha P Rtv.
Bold", sr. .
Affidavit of Don-residence of the defend
ants, Betsey Reynolds. John B Reynolds. Ben
tteynolds, E:l-h P Ren-,ldi-, Jr, andBlia-aP
Reynolds. Jr. executsr Q.ider trie lsst will and
tesment of K lists P ka lvlrls. Sr. impleaded
witb tie above uaued defendants, Luc M Chsn
Don and Amanda O Reynolds, having been Iliad
in he clerk's emca of the circuit court of said
county, notice Istheretere hers by g ven to tbe said
non-resident defendants that the oompldnsnt
Sled his Mil of complaint In said court, on the
chancery Side thereor. on the S7th dsy of p ehro
ary. It, and that theteanon asuminoos Issued
out of said court, wherein said suit is now rend
nig. reetumsole on the flrrt cat of tne next -ay
term thereof, to-wit: - a the four b day of Msy
Be t, ss t by lsw reqnlred Tow, unless yoa, the
serf nor -resident defendant above namtd bct
sey tteyrold Johfi n Rsynolas. Ben Reynolds.
Kllsba P Heynolds,Jr, and kllsha P Reynolds,
execauir nnder the lsst will and tcstsment of
Elisha P Reynolds, Sr. shall personally be end
appear before the asid cm-nit court, on the flrrt
dsy of tbe neat term thereof, to be faolden a:
Reck Island in a. d for the said eonnty, on the
fourth day la Msy. next, and plead, atiswer
or demur to the said compiainant's bill of
complaint, the same and tbe matters sad things
therein charged and atstsd will be taken as con
fessed, and a decree entered against yon aceoid
ng to the prayer of ssid bill.
. Gbsbos w. emu. Clerk.
Rock Island, Illinois, Feb. 27, laajT
OsBoaaa A Ltkdb,
Haas A Btrroao,
TREASURY DEPARTMENT. OFFICE 8U
. jr"1 architect. Wash'.nguin, D. C.
tV$ V,1 'J1? rPala will be' received
at this orace at. til o'clock p. ra. oa tbe eth nsy
?' or.,S?i.od cPed 1mm- distsly thereafter,
fo- all tba labor and ma crisis snd fixing in place
complete tee low prts-sre. return cticulation,
J'T.bT:"oS,?d Tt'f'ePlsrstns nquirsd
'"f , ttmu? P"f, building at Rock
Ia,and, 111., ia aecordsnce i h the drawines and
sr-eclBcstlon. e-pies of which may be had at this
?.?.Cr!fl0rri',0ir!CKL,he ,nnr"e"dent st Boca
Island, 111 Each bid most be accompanied by a
cernfled check for a snra sot less th-tnS nr cent
f the amount of the pr poeal. The right ia re
served to reject sn or ail uids and to waive an
defect or bifermsliiy 1 ,n? bid? sbodd it be
dscmed inthe tatwe-tof tbe government to do
ea. All proposals received after the time a-sted
for openira- will be retnnted to the bidder . Pro
P"J' "n; erdossd in , nvelo-.es, sealed and
',d, "Proposals for tbe low prTsura. return
etrcuia'ion, steam heating and ventilating snrmr-
Uort isisnd. III.," and add-eased to William
Mar in Aiken, eupervising Archiuci,
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried company repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Tear Pat? on are la SoHeiverT.
Office 1830, Seooad At.
overcoming aches, pains and brarins;
down sensations. It restores tiie color of
health to pale cheeks, gives brightness
to dull eyes and takes away that sal
low, unhealthy complexion. No
"wnan who values her health and
strength should be Vithout the great
safe cure. .
- Cstaa. Blicbb, Manager.
4 NIOHTS A -x
Thursday, April 23. .
Columbia Comic Opera Co
An crfsnlzttira namberinp 40, with
cborue of CO, comulete o-rtieatrs, sad
calcium and electrical effects.
Thursday - "Said Pasha"
Friday - "Black Hussar'
Saturday - "Bohemian Girl"
Sunday - Fra Oiavoll
Rvery opera eiaforsie'y s,sred and
costumed. $15 Invested -n scen
ery, costumes and calcium apparatna.
-rteaa nn ta'e Monday mortlng at o'clock for
tuhsenbee who have first oho os. ibniir ni.
opens at o'clock Intsday morning at Bleaer
. cptu store,
I'iices.TS.Mauds. Box seats, fl.
Cbas. Blxukk, Manager.
One Week Commencing
Monday Evening, April 27.
The Ccmira Pavoris,
EDWIN'S Big Stock Dram
atic Company and Con
. cert Orchestra
In ihe following pVeas'nj repertoire.
Monviav "TTTF- riTl3T. T tmrr-
Tuesday, - -LUCKY RANCH"
Wednesday, . "fi PERKINS"
inursaay, - KOBE OF KERRY'
Friday. - "EAST LYNNE"
Saturday, "CHASE FOR. A WIFE"
Prion lOe to all parts of iha house.
Concert at 11 :8 and 7 : 10 dally.
'Look Here, Upon This
and on this." His girl jilte J him
because be looked no atupid and
foolish in his ready-made cloth
ing, bo hq took the tip and hied
Titer tfj -ifOppE'S, where they
made him its swell and hand
some as the most elegant man in
town. One of the Baits made by.
him will convince you that "the
tailor, can make the man," and
that perfect fit and pood mater,
ial means economy in the long
To bay Hardware,
Mixed Hon ae and
Floor Paints, Rub
ber Hose, Lawn
Mowers or any thing ;
in the Hardware -line
in general ia of
1610 Third Avenue.
AGENT FOB EaGLE BICYCLES.
Real Estate, tairance, Loans
A3TD HOCSES TO BEST.
Office 1608 Second At., Book Island.
Bavaaaaandttlotsta Bonth Rook Island
jusa saanss us esry limits
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. Electro-Gold String Pianos
Have attained their eelehritw anlstlw
. ,. , . .. . . j . .
pabUcly exhibited in competition
THE HIGHEST AWARD
At the InternaUonal Exhibition at CrysUl Palace, N. Y.. in 1863.
over 100 pianos on exhibition First Prise to the Schomacker Piano.
. soV.the Franklin Intut in Philadelphia in 1845, 1858, and arain
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
SOLD CORTmCOCSLT FOR 28 TEAKS AT
THE "CLEVELAND" first in quality.
In the neat comnetitive marknt for hirmls wlu.ro l-.m. ci.i. ...j L-......... o 1-
j , - . ,
Hlun: and Bluster: Industry. Indians and
the eounbT with elalwrate'and extensive
big ittice. Tbe Cleveland is chosen by the
It is listed at 8100, is sold for $100, but most important 6f all, is worth 8100.
.WE H4VE OTHER WHEELS
Which all at si!L l( tut .ml ? an wvi . '
snit you in quality, price and terms.
M. O. Grlswold &
At 8L75, ., 83,
l-snUfsM Knl4a -
Just received an elecant Une of Blu in Gold, b liver. Lather
atlftd iUtlha-lstl m.t OXsa QLs. ILAs a-nrl
"4 Wot Second street
nn amiAnni rt asAMt. Ml
w, rw iierever
they have invariably received
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Imitatnra hlmvins- tiiir mnA ..i-
ails.. In imlsr t fl lAf I anliaMlialir asyttarla avkauL mT.ssv aa
intelligent aud exrienced public as first
lame im Lim pnoe. vfe can
Co., 1510 Second Ave.
Echoes of Our Millinery J
Ton can im it enrvvhos. al thA t lustra m
on the street, in church. The demand fr L
originaJity ot Myle is on the increase these f
days and we nave supplied UuU want We f
now you UK ire style for 82, 3 and 85 than
you see at double these prices elsewhere.
We positively save you from $1 to 82 50
arc uuu i save iten the triauuings either.
JACKETS AND CAPES.
Beautifully made in the newest and hand
somest styles at reasonable prices. SptciaJ
reductions tbis week.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS.
The largst assortment In the city.
14.50, Jo, 19.50.
- . i in ir I I. is, tn aerslier