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THE ABOPD, SATUBDA JUKE 6, 1CS3.
Satcbdat, Jch 6, MM.
Deasoeratle Ceaaty Ceavsai
Th democratic tounot Rock Island count?
are reqaented to Mad deletates to the eountv
convention, to be held at tha court bonne. In
the elty of Rock bland, la said county,
Wednesday. June 17, liM, at tl o'clock a. m..
for the purpose of nominating candidate for
tale attorney, circuit clerk, coroner and
surveyor; aim to aelect delee'stes to the state
convention, to tne comrreisrional conventlqn.
and to toe legislative convention, and to ap
point a democratic county committee and
elect a chairman of such committee, and to
transact mien other business as may properly
come before the convention. The represen
tation, will be one delegate for every demo
cratic votes, and one additional for every
f factional 10 votes on the presidential vote of
. Votes Delegates
voruora .. rj 2
Vou M 1 4
Canoe Creek ,
ort llyroa ,
Third precinct ,
Meennd ward.... ,
Third ward ,
rtfth want ,
HlaUi ward ,
Routs Mollne..... ,
rleventb ward ,
louts Konk Island ,
Total 4.034 left
The primaries la the city of Rock Inland.
elty of Mollne. South Mollne. Routh Rock bl
and. lUsck Hawk. Coal Valley, Port Byroa.
Andalusia and Cordova will be held at! o'clock
p. to., Saturday. June 13: all other places at t
p. av. Saturday. June IS. unless such time Is
ehsaced by towanhlp committeemen.
Dated at Rock Wand. May SO A. D., IMt
T. H. Bii.ris. Chairman.
WlUJAH MrTCniBT. Reeretary.
Isa-eel ttlistlssi Tswaday, Jbm SO.
Iar Board of Edaeatloa i - 11 MARSHALL.
To ath coaocil: Improre the
The 2ith annual commencement
o( Knox college It now in progress at
The democratlo csuouses to select
delegates to tha county convention
win d nKi next Saturday.
Some was; has been "stringing" tha
Union again on the local democratic
situation, and as usual. It swallowed
the hook and all.
VniTtnw Rnn Kaa ! nil
grlmage to Canton and expresses his
opinion that protection and not
money la the chief issue of the com
ing campaign. What embassy does
w niteiaw ueia wantr
Johx Jambs, Iiuialls may not be
elected to the United States senate
from Kansas, but when he gets
through with his campaign there will
uw a uuuiuer oi acaipa dangling irom
toe center poie oi nis tepee.
An effort will be made by both
democrats and republicans to have
national headquarters transferred
from New York to Chicago. The
democratic national committee had
branch headquarters in Chicago in
1992, and- the resnlte were so satis
factory that the same plan will prob-
aoiy ue aaopiea mis year.
The fish wardens of Illinois and
Missouri are co-operating In the pros
ecution oi nsnermen aiong tne his.
sissippl river who violate the laws.
and are making arrests and conns-
raking quantities oi nets, seines ana
traps. Warden Miller, of Alton, had
two fishermen np for setting wing
traps in i iasa creec, ana tney were
a AiA a
nnea i 'j eacn.
The house as was expected de
clared Rinaker elected over Downing
in the contested Sixteenth Illinois
district, yesterday. There were two
congressional districts in Illinois at
the last election in which the repub
lieansdid not win. Those two they
contested before the house ot their
owe party and won them there.
There is nothing like taking the
whole thing where yon have the
Gcx. RiHAKtB was yesterday given
the seat in congress which has been
held since the opening of the session
by Finis E. Downing, thus making
the congressional delegation from
Illinois solidly republican. On the
face ot the returns Downing had a
slight plurality, but a recount of the
ballots, which has just been com
pleted at Washington, gives Kinaker
a plurality of five votes. The origi
nal claims uf Rinaker that votes east
for him had been thrown out by
deaseeratla judges, was not sus
Ses as ssssa4 taws Basa""
mil-nii M mm a weak. Wsafety,
tained, but in North Winchester.
Scott county, the committee) found
zs Daiiots tnat baa not been eo anted
at all. Twenty-four of these . were
for Rinaker and two for Downing,
which gave the former a net major
ity of 6. - -
Th Sew York legislature at its
last session passed a new ballot law,
the purpose of which is to make in
dependent nominations almost im
possible. This is one of the ways by
which machine politics makes its
reign perpetual. It is no objection
witb them that it robs the voter of
his sacred right to vote for whom he
pleases and as be pleases without any
preventive interference by the poli
ticians. St. Louts is promising that by the
time the national republican conven
tion is called to order, progress with
clearing away the debris ot the tor-
naao will nave made perfect views
of the storm wreck out of the ques
tion, uniy tne scar oi tne wound to
the city will be left, but, says the
Peoria Journal, it may be observed
in passing that there are other
wrecks to be visible at the St. Louis
convention, among them being the
presidential booms of many favorite
The Times-Herald has an elabor
ate editorial on the English distrust
of McKlnley in which a kind ot enu.
meration is made of the Influences
that have boomed the little Napo
leon. Nothing is said, however, of
that $260,000 which was fried from
fat manufacturers, which is yet to be
paid for in favoring legislation. It
may safely be said, that without
that 1260,000 the McKinley boom
would have fallen as flat as a pan
cake. Nailed to the tfaet,
It is manifest that Thomas Reed's
friends will come to St, Louis, with
colors Dying. They are still belli
cose. They may not be as cocky as
they were some months ago, but
there is what a New Englander
might call a right peart chipper and
sancy feeling among Tom's friends
that he must have tnat nomination.
That this is the feeling among
Reed's thick and thin New England
friends is not manifested merely bv
such declaration in his favor as was
made by the republican convention
of Maine. The keen significance of
the situation is shown in the re
marks made by Reed's friend. Sewell,
who was not content merely to sound
the praises of the czar, but showed
the militant spirit that was in him
and his associates by throwing rhe
torical harpoons, keen and barbed
into the clam of Canton, the man who
If he has convictions upon the cur
rency has not tha conrage to ntter
But this attitude ot Reed's New
Englanders will not change the re
sult. Tom Reed will be beaten for
first place and then compelled to take
the second, not only to grace the
conqueror's chariot wheel, but also
to pat lome sort of backbone into the
TO CURE PILES.
A Ressvdy That Will Do It aad Is Per
We do not intend to indorse any
except articles ot real merit. We
therefore take pleasure in calling at
tention to a new pile cure which has
been remarkably successful in curing
every form of itching, bleeding or
protruding piles. The remedy is
uown as tne ryramia rue (jure and
is recommended bv the best medical
authorities on account of its absolute
safety, ease of application and instant
renei irom pain.
The Pyramid Pile Cure contains no
opium or other poison and does not
interfere with dally occupation while
using, reopie who believed .noth
ing but a surgical operation would
cure them have been astonished at
the results from a single 60-cent
package oi tne r yranud.
Mrs. Mary C. Tyler, of Heppner.,
irre., writes: "une pacKage oi ryr
amid Pile Cnre entirely cured me of
piles from which I have suffered for
years, and I have never had the
slightest return of them aince.
Mr. E. O'Brien, Rock Bluffs, Neb.,
says: The package of Pyramid Pile
Care entirely removed every trace of
iicning pues. i cannot thank yon
enough for it.
The Pyramid Pile Cure is sold by
au aruggisis at ou cents ana ii per
Treatise on cause and cnre of piles
mauea tree oy addressing ryramid
company, Albion, Mien.
COCaTTt BUILD IMS.
4 Mattie II. Arp to James G.
smitb, lot 6, block 9. Ryder Reed's
add., Mollne, 11.500.
T. J. Robinson and Elisabeth Har
per to city ot Rock Island, tract by
metes ana ooanas, uock island, 91.
K. D. Sweeney, et al. to Charles E.
Johnson, lot 13, block 1, Black Hawk
add.. Rock Island. 700.
reoptsbagutteask theaMetve. "Where shall I
Bead the soanarr An mss voyage, aa ia
laad J aaat, er a coast wise trip,' which shall It be?
laelihercaie,OMof the aax useful traveliac
wpsaloae, ens that never fails ia aa emergency
a which Is a tasted, Hastetter's Stomach
Bitten, which maedlee ata stcaaeat, nausea,
asadathe, bllltonsnsei aad malarial eoaplaiata.
Dyprpta, rnaaeiathw, aervoasaeas aad kidney
troabtosrsah nan died by the peat attentive
sad pnveatstit Toarlsts by set end Isad. bl-
rla-n. emigrants sat w eaters ploaeera all testify
te hs defensive sat resseltal eWcacy. Bodily
od mtatal fatigue sie eeaateraeted by It, aad tt
preveaw maladies srhka would otherwise be
braagateeby exposure. He oasthenld start oa
s aammrr owttag wrlaoat lu Ills the sasstgs
misadrallabUefeesiiiist teaks, sail salta the
Is the Well Dressed Gen
tleman When he has been fitted oat with -a
handsome new suit by HOPPE.
There isn't a tailor in the city
who can transform a man so
quickly, or raise him in his own
estimation in such a short time
as HOPPE. The clothing fits so
perfectly and is made in all the
up-to-date styles in material,
cut and fine trimmings that
every one knows who made it be
fore looking at the stamp inside.
TP. tsMa 1..1
W , tl 3 SUC UtTttU
rtfV s nomaer.
aiwve au com-
lruLoia oa ail
Iy"S' f snow more ex-
II . I aIi,c1a rllna
'1 r"".. or cholC8 nov"
emes Ulan ail
stocks of the
A fine Shirt
Waisv Set given away with every
Shirt Waist tnis week.
Patience is j51yjv
aviitue when J r3
applied to mil- r JZ;!Zi$P
linery wants. LcwUff fetTC - W
It your artls- . 2TVr
tic soul longed f it2W
for the dainty I JT
confections gw. J
your purse f-SThrr,
limitations atbBfg&i. 7
lowed yon to "i'7rlJ A
only wish for 17ll w
and you wait- J
tA, you have J
your reward, because this week's
prices place them within reach ot
TRIMMED BATS AT A BARGAIN.
10 00 Rats ST so
8 0 Bats g Ml
T MVHs's 5 m
5 00 Bats g so
4 00 Hats t 7S
3 00 Hats 1 75
A great opportunity while they last
horn Hatt worth
tW sV week.
k Aw 1 A new line of
1 tWSITkl C
li, w. F5o snd SI,
rf fk ' I Jl hrllllantly :rlm-
rlH' m, . I A . nied m isoe, rib
:iW C I ft- I booatiddjwers.
Our prices are the lowest
Kleg et rignred Brilllanline Pkirt, Tol
TB' boand, oar nsasl 84 Skirt tar S.
Bsecial redaction on Skirts this week.
Black Ribbon Belts, elegant backle.Mx
While Leather Belts, Sic.
Hilt Bells. c.
Larewt anortnuat of Lsdies's Neck
wear ia the city. -
114 W. Second St, Davenport
Has the best equipped Bicy.
cle Repair Shop in the Tri
Cities, including the most
approved methods and ma
chinery for brazing, bend,
ing hand bars, enameling
and vulcanizing; thoroughly
and satisfaction guaranteed.
Agent for the widely known
AJAX Bicycle. Carries a
fall line of 'Bicycle Sundries.
218 Seventeenth St,
A Word About Ycur Hair.
Do eos know what a vast diffenare it saskss
ia your appearance to hare a natural colored
aad Ummr heaa of hah-? Well Ton would
look tea yeara younger. OetahotUeof
TKS CSXieAN KAMI RESTORER
ft tartits where others fall- It win reawwe
that eaadrut. Ofllce. B rifta, Dss
otaea, la. Ageats Waatea.
J. . Mm
WANTED A GIRL. AT 1525 FOURTH
ANTED A SITUATION TS TOWN OR
snairf-v-w at&ao - - - -
- j aasai. van luniM anjCH
reference; married. Address F. D Abgcs.
WANTED BOARD AND LODGING FOR
teachers attending summer school. June
- Auma w. n. uaiaey, city.
WANTED TM, JTNE lOTH, ALL, Bi
cycle riders to use the race track at the
Rock Island Driving park, tram 5 to 8 p. m..
T1TANTED EMPLOYMENT IN STEADY
V V nlftlN, In w&rlr a. mul 1 i ..l. .
work in private family by competent jrirL
Good references given. Address 8. S., Thb
WANTED AN AGENT TO REPRESENT
an eastern f actorv and sell roods in tha
tn-citles: (rood money to the rifrht party: ref
erences required. F. M. Adams, 210 Main
WANTED MEN WHO WILL WORK FOR
STB a month aalarv nr lrae flnnnUra
selling staple goods by sample to dealers. Es
rsrienc. unnecessary. Write us. Household
pecialty company, 77 W. Fourth street, Cia-
. UAtlX.3 1. UrlLlIUPI
who wish to correspond for pleasure, or
Ohio Corresponding Bureau. Salem. Ohio.
Send two cent stamp for descriptive oircular.
Address W. E. Beck, lock box Salem, Ohio.
WANTED SCHOLARS TO LEARN THE
French Keuoirg system at 1611 Second
avenue. The complete system embraces the
model, complete instructions in cutting, fitting.
French basting and boning for only S10. Usual
price for system' complete, S2&. sirs. 1L .
WANTED GOOD RELIABLE HELP OF
all kinds who ean furnish references to
use Thb A kg its want column. Calls are re
ceived at this ofllce daily for domestics, etc..
who ean come well recommended. Try this
eoiumn tor a ntnation ana if you are reliable
you will get one.
R RENT A PLEASANT OFFICE ROOM
in the cane building on Second avenue.
TjlOR RENT FOUR-ROOM FLAT IN GOOD
-a.- location. Reasonable terms. Apply .
W. Hurst. .
TJWB RENT A HOUSEON NINTH STREET
aj and Ninth avenue. Apply to C J. W.
T7K5R RENT A STORE IN THE BBST LO-
X1 cation in the city of Rock Island. Sulta-
able for all kinds of business. Inquire M. K. S.,
TJKJR SALE-NEW 8-ROOM HOUSE, 2808
-a- Bixtn avenue. Apply on premises.
TjlOR SALE A 2-STORY FRAME BTILD
X7 ing at ?U0 Twentieth stredt.' Inquire of
TTTOR SALE CHEAP. A PHAETON AS
-SJ good as new. if taken immediately. Apply
at the Rock Island Savings Bank.
TTIOR SALE A FIRST CLASS LOT. EAST
A? front, new brick walk, shade trees in
front. Fruit trees and shrubs on lot. water and
sewer. Apply at 3005 Fifth avenue or on
premises, 6oe Thirty-eishth street.
LOST A LITTLE JERSEY COW FROM
Sixth avenue. Finder please return
and receive suitable rewanU
DRESS PATTERNS MISS N. MURPHY'S
dress patterns have arrived from Paris
and can be seen at her oarlors.
I OST AN EAR-RIXQ WITH DIAMOND
t setting, either at Watch Tower or be
tween Wagner's residence on Fifth avenue
and Twenty-eighth street. Finder leave at
Fifth avenue and be rewarded.
HARRY B. IRVIN. DEALER IN NEW AND
second-hand goods: also goods handled
on commission. Cosh paid for all saleable fur
niture. Before buying, give me a call 1511
Second avenue. Rock Island. '
AGENTS ACTIVE AND RELIABLE
will And permanent. proHtable employ
ment selling our unrivalled stock. Fall can
vasing season Just opened. Outfit free.
Weekly payments. Apply Ellwanger & Barry,
nurserymen, Rochester, N. Y.
(61 AA TO ANY MAN OR WOMAN WE
ViW cannot teach to draw a crayon
portrait by our patent method in three lessons.
We pay our pupils tin to 1K per week to work
iut us at uome. cvemnps or spare time, send
for work and particulars. Hermann & Sey
mour, 213 South Sixth street. Philadelphia, Pa.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Rock Island Savings Bank,
AT BOCK ISLAXD,
State of Illinois, before the commencement of
business on the 31 day of . Jane, 1SH6, as
maue to ine Auuuor or ruonc Accouuta, of the
State of Illinois, pursuant to law. .
Loans and discounts... $ 971.549 &r
Bonds snd stocks 63 m0 10
Cash cn hand ,(CS 54
Dae from other banks KI.:i7S ST
littler Kca! Ksta'e :3.19 47
Purnilnre aed fixtures.. 1.V74 X7
Current expenecs 4,75 IH
Collections 867 HT
ToMl . i ( l,05,4t 23
Capital tock paid in S 100,000 00
Savings Dtccwin subject to notice.
Time Certificates of Depot t
Due 10 other banks
ill 1.88 74
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Rock Islahd Cocvtt. f
I. P. OreenawalU casbierol the P.i-V Island Sv.
ices Bank, do solemnly swear that the above
statement ia true, o tne nest or mv knowledge
and belief. P. GREKNAWALT, Cashier.
Snhseribed snd sworn to before me this 6th
day of June, ls6. . .J. K1NSBT.
Iscal.1 Notary Public
PURITY ASD E2CELLEUCE
IS TBS MOTTO AT
B. I7niter s
Iatpartar sad Trtinlnssli Isslsr.
Tears of axxerlsaea aad the
hot of fscUttlaa,
He's 11-1S18 Tbird Av. rhoaeiwrr.
Priees Talk TMsTfeek
We wish to call special atten
tion to the large display ef lamps
that we are making in this de
partment, and tor this week will
make extra low prices on all
lines ot Parlor Lamps, Banquet
Lamps and Hanging Lamps.
We will give yon a beautiful
decorated parlor lamp with the
Plume & Atwood burner for Sc,
worth $1.50. A banquet lamp
with heavy metal base, cupid
stand, and embossed fount, with
new patent burner, for fl.65,
worth $2.60. A hanging lamp
with the new extension spring,
fount and shade decorated to
match, for $3.25, worth f 4.50.
We are showing the latest
thing in crystal glassware with
gold finished edge. Berry sets,
wine sets, water sets, water bot
tles, oil bottles, olive dishes, etc.
We are headquarters for the
Mason fruit cans and are retail
ing them at wholesale prices.
Ladies' Shirt Waists.
w . DUII V lJVr 1TJ-
ceived almost dally. Prices S1.63, SJL43.
yi.ao, voca oc, OJC, iJ'JC
A good wnntwr marln from norxala rn
.J - ' I ... inj.uu . U.(
widtli skirt, plaited back, leg-mutton sleeve,
waist iiimju, worm 91, 1 or ouc.
Ladies' blank satin alrirta with mm..
Kuaraoujea, last, color, mis week Cic
SO varda unbleached nil-inHi If. nn.lin
this week for 89c.
10 yards 38-ilirh Iilnsphml miwlln
ngiu ior lamuy use, witn spool best thread
iree, ior vac
Ladies' fast black hose, per pair, 5c.
ladies' fast black hwe, per pair. Sc.
Children's black ribbed hose, full regu
lar made, size 6 to 8i, per pair, c.
Ladies' black silk inirU, 12,Vc.
Ladies' black silk mitts 14c.
Ladies' black silk mitts 18c.
Ladies' black silk mitts, 25c
36-inch ladies' silk gloria umbrellas, 8
ribbed paragon frame, all -one piece sticks
with name plate, worth SI. 50, your choice
vac aiiu .
Special Sale of Tinware.
Plat tin cups, re tinned, each
1K-qaart padding ana, aach
10-qnart letlnaed dish pans . each
1 gallon eil cam, glass, each..!
S-galloa oil cans, galvanized, each..
Nntmeg grators. Iron, each
Favorite coffee mill, sizi SitrSV, each..
14-qnart cream cans, each
80-quart cream cans, each.l
Donghnnt cutters, each
8nrprlse egg heater, wire, each
Range tea kettles, each
1 burner oil (tore, each
t burner nil store, each 98C
10-quan Saring paila, each 12C
lO-ouan extra heavy dairy pails 25C
Dripping pans 8xlJ 7C
Wash haslns. good sue.
.... . 3c
eaQoped cake pans , 3C
affispaas, caps 9c
nOaaans,S caps 13c
Btaffln pass. 11 enps 17c
Dan past Japftaet), fall sim 6c
Banter Soar sifters . 10c
Dover eg beaters 9c
big Joh pen sad pocket halves wcr.h OQ.
10 $1. Use roar choice for..... ?ac
TODOC & UcCOUBS.
Knee Beep in June
Is a favorite expression of the Hoosier
poet, James Whitcomb Riley.
Is an expression of
we mean that our
are worth seeing.
Gome In and See Us.
Bargains in books
R. CRAMPTON & GO.
1723 SKCOND AVENUE.
THE SCHOMA CKER
Electro-Gold String Pianos
Have attained their enlahritv anll
, , . j j
pubholj exhibited in competition
THE HIGHEST AWARD
At the International Exhibition at Crystal Palace, N. T.. In 1855,
over 100 pianos on exhibition First Prize to tho Schomacker Piano.
At the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia in 1845, 1858. and axrain
in 1874. . -t -
At the American institute in New Tork in 1853.
At the Maryland Institute in Baltimore in 1848.
At the International Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876.
The Schomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards
SOLD COsTTIBICOCSLT FOB 28 TEAKS kT
THE "CLEVELAND" !!Rstimuauty,
Don't let an off hand, easy going revprle of rcklsnps prompt an ntter disregatd of
business principles, and cause you to telephone your butclirr or your wife's ssilliner to
serKi up a-bicycle.'' Better buy of someone who krowi a little more In regard to wbm
the wheels he sells are made of, and how they are mule.
We do not claim to know anything about dry fronds but we ean t ill you whtt a
bicycle is worth, without looking at the name plate, or tlie makur's advertiseineiit. If roo
buy your wheel of us. you will be satihfied.
WE SELL ON THE INSTALLMENT TLAN, and liavn wlieels at 843, $55, CS
$73 and $100, as you like, and they are all worth what we sell them tor.
M. O. Griswold & Co., 1510 Second Ave.
Annual ' Glove Sale
All Gloves from $1.00 to $1.50 will sc'l at o
for the next 10 days ..... OiJL
' ' '
We are the sole asrent for the celebrated JOSE
PHINE SEAMLESS GLOVES.
BENNETT'S GLOVE STORE
1605 Seccr.d Avenue .
our own. By that
bargains in books
of every kind.
v-u .tii. nsenrer
the hare inTarlably received