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THE ABGTTS, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 189S.
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Diamond Jo Line.
St. Louis, & St. Paul Packet Co.,
elegantly fitted steamers between
above points as follows:
STMMKHH. I N'oHTTl. j Mil'TH.
Imhu'iue May t. II a.m. JiiueT 10a. m.
J"lt!-v 'June S, 41 a. ui.iJutie , . m
INitiiiue ;Jiin t. II a. m .lune IS. 10 a.m.
'fmncy 'June 13. tl a. m.June IN. Kia. m.
"imi'iue uunts in. lis DiUuueKI, IV a.m.
W'Unuy Junu 23, II a ru.l
Carnival City Packet Co.
Regular Ryck Island Si Burlington
packet steamer W. J. Young, Jr..
handsomely eijuipjied. leaves for Bur
lington Kvcry Monday, Welnwsdav
and Friday at 4:30 p. ui. Steamer .
J. Young, Jr., leaves every Sunday at
I :H0 p. hi. with six-cial excursion to
Muscatine, returning at 11
1!'iiikI tri), including super,
75 rent without supper.
Acme Packet Co.
Rock Island and l)aveiort At CHu-
ioii ami union packet lint;. last and
linely 'jiiij)vil steamers Citv of Wi
nona ami Vcrnu Swain. Delightful
steamers for pleasure parties. Boats
Ii'ii4: at 7 n. in. ami 3:15 p. in. Boat
meet at LeClaire. Round trip to that
point 50 cents.
For freight and passenger rates ami
all other information in regard to any
of the above linen impi'ire of
;K.O. LAMONT As SOX. .Agents.
foot of 7th St. Telephone 1106.
Tom A. Marshal
Lovmo DiMAsct LiNt
TfLCPHOHC Tftt fOLLOWtN6
orss AND TONUS At ' ABOUT
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f ull. ui. III.
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Min uili. lit.
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S'-m lio-tiwi, 111.
Nio Win.l-.r. III.
Nurtli lii nikrMili, 111.
I 'irt llvrim, III.
I -kin, III.
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hi. AllKU-ltuv, HI,
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flmTiir I, 111.
i'nlir lii'V'i'i III.
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McCoy's New European Hotel
COn. CLARK AKO VAN BDREN STS.
Onr blork from K. I. P. and
L. . A n. . 11 Ulraad drpot.
Improvomcr.tj tostmji f73.0(io.PO luv
itiM betn comp'iftei.1, inJ th hone now
'lf;rj vry convenience to belounj In my
hotel, including hot and cold witer.electrlt
light and vnm he.tt in every room.
H.it 75 cfnts per day and upward!.
l irM cIjj restiurv.U in connection.
WILLIAM McCOY. Owner and Proprietor
John Yolk Co.,
Builders : : :
S;-h. loor. Illind and Mouldings.
Vi im itimI and H ud Wood Floor
inj: of All Kind.
Single ami lou!do Strength Window
tilavn. PolNhed Plate. IV'vdtd
Plate and Art Ma.
a",,, h,ermil Rock Island.
White Seal saloon
1815 Second Atcqoo.
Dr. Miles' Nervine
A REMEDY FOR THE
Effects of Tobacco.
W RE excessive nso of tnhrwvn mi.hii.
t-7 yonny moo is always injurious and
undoubtedly shortens life materially.
Mr. Ed. C. Eben, compositor on the Contra
Oosta A'eici, Martinuz, Cal., writes; "I have
used Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervino and re
ceived much benefit from it. I was troubled
wIMj nervousness, diray spells and sleepless
ness, causrd l y the ue of tobacco and stim
ulants. I toolc Dr. Miles' jNervine with mar
Teloasly pnod rtulss, allaying tbedlzzinees,
qiietins tho nerves, and enabling ino o
sleep and rest, proving In ray case a very
boneflciai rooiedy." I. Miles' Itestorative
Servincts especially adaptua to restoring
tie nervous system to its normal condUion
under such rlrcumstaoctM. It sootlicA, heals
I'r. Miles' Itcmcdlcsl SV rt. pZt I
.. I J 1 . ., I .0
""iu lj an ruK-- aan. .
gists under a posl'jvo I m ,m.
Kuarantee, first bottle KLNGtVine 3
ase of Uic Iieart an(J
DR. MILES MEUACALCO-, Ukiurt,latl
The Wicked Flee
And Spain" Hi et is alioiil as hard
to liltd an llieelilhivo Ilea "Whell
you put y.mr (itier on liiin lie
m there."' It in jtmt about as
hard lo lind
Rich and Pure
FRUIT ICES J
Ami with Mti-h del'ieiou llavoras
i' 'iv' the pnlilie to select from.
KKF.M. MATH inaunfaetiin?
their leo Cream from the pure.-t
ami riein-t eream to be. had in
this sei'l'mii hi tin: eniiiilrv, ami
they ehiiin that fur riehiiess and
1c lieioiK ll:.v,ii',ii.s they have 110
eijllal. We have paper' p;'.rKa;.'es
to cany lee Cre.nn home in. it
vrill keep nleelv until von "et
KRELL & MATH
Party Supply House.
fbonc 11W. 1716-I71B Second Avenue.
TRY " 'I'l'i'-l tiueiieher at our
the oppnrtuii'ty is ise. lee
cream is ( lipid's favorite.
weaoii of ;ir. Fair ones
enjoy eating rrcam all the
more leeatie it leaves a cool
impression after if. and d.H's
not. like some drinks, lower
the ti'iiiHrattir a littioonlv
to mise it mm h more after
ward. Young men who
adopt onr ice cream tactics
nercr lost their suit. We ad
vis this plan of canipaigu iu
I nf Qumrlr
f &r ff-'
The Obje$lon to and
i of It.
Accordinj; to the Union, the con
templated change in the ruuniDg ar
rangement ot cars on the bhn street
branch of the Tri-City Railway sys
tem, as announced some time ao "bv
.r. . . . .
1 he AKis. lias occasionea some
concern among down-town h!!0
ple and particularly thor-e liv
ing on Second avenue. Ac
cordingly the morning paper pro
ceeds to discuss what tbe street car
company ought to do in thn premises
in the way of providing accouimoda
tious, and advances the argument
that the business the Hue brings on
halfjir triiw west of Nineteenth
.street t.4ugh possible transcient bus
iness as well as established patronage,
is more to the company's Interests
than increasing the frequency of
trips between the Harper hoiuu and
South Park. There are two sides
to the proposed change. aud
good arguments. doubtless, on
lioth sides, but all .have es
caped the L'uion. There is 110 sense,
whatever, in the comparison which
the morning paper makes as to the
benefit to the company coming from
the transient 011 half hour trips
for 10 blocks, and that of
15 minutes time for a mile and
a half. The people down town
have become accustomed to the ad
vantages of the Elm street line, and
for the. short travel between Ninth
and Second, and Twenty-third
street and Sixth arcniie es
jcci:Uly on Sundays, whore sev
eral churches arc "reached, it Is a
glial accommodation, otic that would
le greatly missed as far a the
through car part of it is concerned,
lint th'ere is reason on the other side,
and the point to 1 raised is whether
tiie freipicncy of opportunity and
good connections would not" rotn
pensate for the inconvenience
of transfer. As The Aug us
understands it, the plan the street car
company has iu mind is to run the
Elm street cars to Scveiitcetu street,
and then turn tliem back, not stopping
them at Nineteenth. This would enable
the company with tbe same numltcr of
cars to reduce the service on the Kim
street line proper about one-half and
by means of transfer tickets mak di
rect connection with the Third ave
nue cars running west to First street.
Tho eonsooncuees. as far- as down
town people are concerned, would be
to enable them to take any car coming
up for Elm street by means of trans
fer, either at Seventeenth ajid Nine
teenth. The advantages to the business
community (.f the change is obvious.
It would tirst of all alTord the benetil
which always comes from the im
provement of rapid transit to distant
resident ortions. It voiudd aljio'
prove belielicial iu depositing the
laboring men living on tbe blutl 011
their way to and from work in the,
west end districts, in tin1 business
section of the citv while making
transfers. It would also give to tlne
working men themselves a lit lie
longer at home in the looming atid
probably get them home a few min
utes earlier at night, with .1 ride not
only from the blull to Ninth street,
but clear to the west end factories.
Il is the duty of the street car com
pany to do tiie greatest u'i"id and pro
vide the best :tccoiuin'iii;it:ous to the
greatest number. Tiik All .1 s would
regret lo see ti v change in the pre,
en; running vi cars that . would ma
terially interfere with the accoiumo.
dationofthe general public. Il is
always for improvement iu the street
ear service, alul while the liroiio-ed
arrangement mav be tint
some it might lie tielieliija!
to the g. ueial public. It tuiht 1
the wisest idea lor the street car com
pany, since objection has lxcn raised
ly tho patrons of the road who have
a right to tie considered, to give a f-w
days' triul as an experiment with the
understanding that the old rutiuin
arrangement is to be restored if the
advantages are not as anticipated.
The Tri-City Railway cfunpanv thi?
afternoon 'announced that the change
would lie inaugurated June 15. and
the ears will be run in accordance
with the new scheihile and transfer
system for 15 days iu order to give il
a fair trial. If it" proves unsuccessful
the former arrangement will be re
stored. This plan ought j to iirove
satisfactory to ail concerned.
omethins; to Know.
It inav lie worth soinethiil" to know
soiiiethiilg to know
Ymedy ir restor
i.TVous .-if stem to a
that the verv Iiest ro
iug the tired out 11c
healthy vigor is Electric ISilJers. This
medicine is purely vegetable, acts bv
giving tone to the nerve centers iu
the stomach, "entlv stimulates the
liver and kidnevs. and .aids these or
alis iu throwing nif impurities iu the
blood. Electric Hitlers improves the
apetite. aid digestion, and is pro
nounced iy those who have tried it as
the very best blood puriiicr aud nerve
tonic. Trv it. S. Id for 50 cents or
1 per liottle at Haiti Jfe I'lleiucyer's
Ija.lir fan Wear jSh.ws
One size smaller after iisiiiir Alleu's
Foot-E:ise. a xwder to lie shaken into
the shoes. It makes ti"ht or new
hoes feel easv: gives instaut relief to
corns and bunions. It's the greatest
comfort discovery of the ajfe. Cures
and prevents swooleu feet, blisters, cal
lous and sore spots. Allen's Foot
Ease is a certain cure for sweating,
hot aching feet. At ull druggists aud
shoe stores. 25 cents. Trial package
free bv mail. Address Allen S. Olm
sted. Le P.ov. N. Y.
To Car Constipation Forever.
Take Oucarets Candv Cathartic 18c or toe.
Itt-UU tail to cure, druggist rcfuaU money.
Arnold's Bronio Celerv cures head
aches; 10. 25 and 50 cents. Reiss
I Kir ig JOUtl in olunT.I REV. SELLEEN Rl
Harris and Wilaob Convicted of Working
the Confidence (iame.
A verdict of guilty was returned bv
the jurv in the case of Harris anil
Wilson, the couiidencw men. late yes-
teruay aiiernoou. liievuavean en-
ragement to till at Joliet.
Mrs. Dora Laugherv, of Moline,
through her attorneys. Haas & Ku.
ford, yesterday liegun suit for divorce
from v llliam I . Laugherv, to whom
she states, she was warried ia this
citv Mar 22. 1X05. and who deserted
her and her child last mouth. Mrs.
Laugherv also alleges that her hus-
tiand is an excessive drinker and has
ofter lieateu and abused her.
The trial of Edward Patton. of this
city, indicted for robbing Frank Ellin
wood of a w atch, wins Ihvuu Yester
day afternoon. The case went to the
jury at tioon today.
AN AUXILIARY TO CAMP 29.
Koyal ighhors amr a Lodge After the
Hero of Manila.
Iti'Wvy Camp 103(5. It. X. A., au
auxiliary to Camp '"). M. W. A., was
organized at lJeSeliu's hall last even
ing by Mrs. J. 1). Collier, deputy
supreme oracle, the ollicers chosen
Oracle Mrs. Vasiiti A. Itollman.
Vice Oracle Mrs. Ida May lfctrker.
Iii'cordei Mr. Jennie A. John
ston. Ki!c'iver Mrs. Margaret Schroe-
Chancellor Mrs. Uhoda Ells.
Marshal Mrs. Sallie Hathaway.
In nT Sentinel Miss Nettie Smith.
Outer Sentinel Mrs.
Maggie Fit z-
Physician Dr. J. F. Myers.
Managers M. Pert ha L. Cran-
didl. Jlrs. Elnoia Fullerton. (leorge
The camp lias 10 charter members.
soi th iikh;htm hits.
South Heights. June 10. Miss
Maud Irwin, of Henry county, is visit
ing her aunt. Mrs. Hauna.
Pref. E. Selle has returned home
after .spi'inling a week in Chicairo.
Mrs. John Aster expect to leave
Mondar niorning for Dubuiiue. Inwa.
for a short visit to her daughter. Mrs.
The. road coiuniissiotutrs hare had
HVeuteenth street put iu better cou-
lition, ami the people appreciate the
A little boy from the citv came up
here to sound the day a short time
igo. He wore a pair of" overalls u 1th
while stripes on the sides. When
asked if he wns a ltodmaii Uillo, he
answered "No. I'm not a rotten title.
I'm a Dutchinau."
There will be, a sociable on the lawn
of H. K. Walker ami D. J. Kennedy
liext - TuesibiV eVinillr. Jtine 1 1. to
which a cordial invitation is ixliHiibd
to all. 1 he proceeds arc Inbdijivcn to
the. Ladies' Sowing societv nf the First
Mc-th-vlist, church, of Hoi-k Island to
them in thtjii; wort.
Time Spent In Miaving.
, Think fjf tho time lit in shaving.
C'ampLell, tho poet, calculated that a
man who slwves himself every day and
lives to tho nj; of To expends duriug
his life as much time iu the act of shav
iuj; as would have sufficed for loaruiug
suveu laiiguanes. Southey, conmientini!
on this, minuted himself, Way 15, 18u0,
during the act of shaving, and be found
the time employurl niuu minutes. Ha
neither hurried tho operation nor linger
ed about it. Listen now to William Cor-
bett conueruiug shaving: "As it may
cost only about live minutes of time and
may Lo and fruiucutly is made to cott
u0 or even 50 minutes and as ouly 15
minutes make about a tifty-tinhth imrt
of tho hours of our average riaviittht.
this being the cane, this is a matter of
real importance. I once heard Sir John
Sinclair ask Mr. Cochrane Johnstone
whether ho meant to havu a son of his,
then a little boy, taught Lathi. 'No,'
said Mr. Johustono, 'but I mean to do
something u great deal better fur him.
'What is that?' said Sir John. 'Why,'
said the other, 'teach him to shave with
culd water and without a tlass.'"
Three Centuries lleliind American.
Several papers deuliug with the Penn
sylvania coal regions appear in The
Century. Henry Ldward liood, writing
of "A Polyglot Community. '' savs:
More tlmn one-half the total number
of immigrants into the United States are
coining from Austria-Hungary, Italy,
Poland aud Russia. Whim official sta
tistics ure not available, yet c.arcful in
vestigation loads to thu belief that per-
liaps M or W per cent of arrivals from
tho cuuuuies mentioned have had no
regular CAxmiatmn. whil.i nossitilv rai
per cent may have been servauts or la
borers. Five years ago the Rev. Mr.
Maujerio, himself au Italian, iu com
pany with the writer made a tour ot ob
servation through tbe Lthigh region of ;
reuusyivauia, and stated that in bis
opinion the Italians working there were
about three ceuturhw behind Americans
iu their standard of living that is, in
their ideas as to food, clothing, shelter,
Wages, work aud general intelligence.
Since that time there Las beeu no im
provement in the class of immigrauis j
arriving at our ports.
Ilucklen's Arnltm Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts
bruises, sorts, ulcers, salt rheum
f.:v. r sores, tttttr, chapped hands
chilblains, corns and all skin erup
tions, and positively cures piles or no
pay required. It is guaranteed lo
give Jielfeet satisfaction or money re
funded. Price 25 cvnts per box. " For
sale bv Hartz & Ulb mevt r.
Licensed to Ned.
i 1mm A'Urs
Misi. la n- Yuuns
Bsswtis ffo t2i Yon Ban I'nn
Effort to 8nead Him From the Synod
The Swedish Lutheran synod com
pleted its annual session in (ralesburg
yesterdar. It voted, to meet nel
year in St. Paul.
The day was occupied for the most
part with a discussion of the case of
Key. J. Selleen. of Lindsborg. Kas., a
director of Itetbanv college, whose ex
pulsion from the church was sought
on charges growing out of a land
transaction iuvolving property at Belt
City. 111. A resolution to uscnd
Sclleeu temporarily was defeated, ami
it was decided to leave the case to
An attempt was made to elect Dr.
E. F. Bartholomew to th chair .4
philosophy in Augustana theological
seminary. Dr. Bartholomew at
present fills the chair of English
literaturw and philosophy iu the
college department, aud it was
thought a good plan to put the sub
ject of philosophy, lioth iu the eollege
and theological department, in tiie
hands of the same professor. The
'tuestion gave rise to a treat deal of
discussion, some U-ing of the opinion
that it might be understood as a crit
icism upon the new theological pro
fessor. Dr. C. M. Esbjorn. who was
jnst elected for the chair in theology,
which before included the subjects of
nistorv ot philosophy, and philosophy
of ivligiou. The question was finally
voted down, on the ground that it was
not a question to lie considered by the
symid. according to tin new constitu
A radical change was made in al
lowing the pastor and church deacons
ti 'Xm1 a oeacon for bad ludiavior
and lill the vacancy. For- the work
among the Swedes 'in the Transvaal it
is suggested that a church lie pro
vided for. and a pastor sent.
A society among the ministers on
mutual iusnrauce plan held Its annual
meeting. Hey. J. Wickstrand, of
Assaria'Kas., was elected president,
llev. August' Johnson, of Monmotth.
financial secretary, and Rev. Alfred
Nelson, of Rock Island, recording sec
retary. One death, that of Rev. T.
NcU'liuft, Ophiem. 111., occurred dtir-
inir the year. The society has ii.-iid
$."." to Kirs. Nchclius.
K. T. Anderson, of Rock Island: (.
II. Roman, of Moline, and Prtif. C. W.
Foss, of Augustana college, were
elected to audit the accounts of the
Lutheran Book concern.
FOOLED THE PREMIER.
An Experiment Which Made Matters
Worse Than They Had Hern.
A story, the truth of which is vorch-
od for in high, quarters, is told concern
ing tho "manners" of the political mem
bers of a small country renowned for its
rifti'loA eifurage. Tho prime minister
ve a recept ion to meet some distin
guished EnglishmciL The. nssembhige
ciinsisted solely of the sfrnugers, tiie
mciiilicrs of the parliament and the
prime minister. During tho course of
the evening ono of the more distinguish
ed, of the English guests discovered that
his watch had Wvn taken. Ho went- to
bis host and info.-med him of his loss,
adding that bo especially prized the
watch, sts it was a present to him from
tho king of tho country whose guest ho
had the honor lo 1k at that moment
The prime minister saw at once that
there was only ouo thing to lie done,
and, iLdving for silence, explained the
.situation to thu cotnimuy. Ho said that
no doubt some out; bad jit ldel t the
temptation of the moment, but that
when they lc:irned that tho missing ar
ticle was the gift of their king he was
sure their loyalty, if liothiugclso, would
prompt them to restore it to its owner.
Pi order that tho culprit's honor might
bo preserved and the country saved-from
a scandal, lie bald, tho lights would lie
lowered for five minutes mid the guests
would delilo past tho writing table,
which would give on opportunity for
the delinquent to place the watch them
Upon this tins room was darkem-d for
tho stipulated time. On tho lights lieing
turned np it was found thf.t the watch
had not been placed on the writing ta
ble, but that a valuHbhasilver inkstand,
also a gift of the king to bis prime min
ister, was missing as well Loudon
Franfz Pouring could not understand
why be should not be allowed to leave
the barge office. His card bore tho in
scription, "Not money enough, " but he
thought he had, something ph good as
money besiih s tho cash he bad shown.
Ho was a healthy young German, his
accent frudi from L'uter deu Linden,
his suit and bis boots spick aud span,
his wanner full r.f dignity aud method.
"They say I have not money enough, "
he argued, "hut I have a brand new
suit iu my trunk, for which I paid 64
marks, aud I have not worn it more
than four or five times. You wish to
see it? Well, anyhow, it is worth at
least 55 marks nuw, I asscro you it is
as good as new. Then 1 have a lot of
new books, fur which I paid 50 marks.
They are all about business, aud one is
entitled 'The Merchant ou the Height
of His Success, and How to Follow
Him.' I bought all thete books before
leaving because I had made tin mr
mind to go into basiness ia this coun
try and I wanted to prepare for it So,
you I have 50 marks' worth of
books 8nd a suit of clothes jvorth 55
marks. This makes together l6r marks,
and yet they say I have nHl money
enough." New York Commercial Ad
vertiser. Chivalry and Commercialism.
i The Colonel Yes, nah: that fend,
stabted, sun, ovah a gallon of ciibth
Bwv-t ridah at that has cost the lives
rlf 20 of Kaintncky's bravest vms, sah.
The Yankee Huh, that is nothing.
We laid lawsuit cor a calf iu our
neiphlirsrhood that cost over fl 1,000.
. Subscribe for Tua Aug is. ,
by the Government. . .
Note the labels on the
leading brands are -
oi n mow
CAUTION n ur ,n Internal Kevena St. rep over 1h- C.wli an.1 Cm,.
sule is not brukwn aadthat it lw.m;:i,niiw.il(im(V
It is a Gevernment Guarantee that f ocs with this tcnilng
ALL UEALKKM tSKUl. IT
Dolly Bros.- .
Any Pair of Men's Colored Sum- Ct 1 rr1
mcr Shoes In the store at . iiKJJlJ
These shoe arc made try Stacy. Adams Co., Johnson A
Murphy, and II. Sons. lhese aieall ffl.lKI shoes, made for Dole
A Sons of Omaha, for the aprinjT and summer trade, but In-fore
the rmiilii were shipped from the factory they failed, ami we
bong W the goods so as to sell them, as you see. for than
wholesale price. We back every iair just the same as if vou
paid $5.00 so yon save f 1.50. All sizes aud widths, from 5 to
11, AA to E. iu Stacy. Adam Co. aud II. d Son. Broken
sizes and widths in Johnson & Murphy.
DOLLY BROS. -
We close at 6:30 except
The Elixir of
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Our Kieplrie Miiehlne for
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Hundreds of Cases of Chronic
NERVOUS DEBILITY. Exhaustive
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WOMEN sulTcring from dis-as.s
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OUR CUKDENTIALS AND TKSTIMONIAlJi ARE THE BEST. The rum-
ero.ts ku le.ilrtncnOi we bare veeelved from the tiewpaueni f- our remarkal.l rare
ih ii., ill ni.-rtii-al utul sunrieal pmi i proof eoneluslvo Ihst our adraneed methMls cure
v. Ii- re sii ..tiiers full. 'Cli.irrforr. do ul wartte time with others but r.Hwull ua at ooue and
r.'t'.j.ii your lo-.t bealth, Tbeie in a iage In every dumase that can I cured. Have
y.-u iiikmii th.it si-c. If n.M do not waperimvnt anv lmer. tint ronnilt ua at mm. rur-t!i.-iiii..r-.
..Urr f oi t. at:v one pmvlns our -rcd. -ntlsl fmle Wo tuafce It an w.)oti
to im esti.itr our. No ois. r sp,-cialit Hers ainh a fair proposition. NI.V :t KAIll.K
CASKS TtKKN llel of referrneo and eronrntlal If voti cannot caU, wrlle. Hua
ilrvda cured by tnsil. Uuura e to II, I to 5, T to S. Siuudsys, II JU So
OFFICE 124 m THIRD STREET, M'CUtMGII BlUDKG, DlVEXPORT.Ii
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Boric Maud, IU.
Incorporated Under tbe
MOSEY LOAKED 05 PrRSONAL COLLITEEIL OS EEAL ESTATE BE0URITT.
J. M. Huford president.
I. dm rit.aut'li. Vl.e 1'rei.ident.
1. t.'n-tnawalf ulil.-r.
IWi'in bii'iiM-ss .lulr ;. IK. ;md iNv-upv the
S. K. fnnirror MiIcIh-11 K l.yiKle
A few notes regarding spring goods that can be fonnd bj look
ing at this ad. Here are some prloes we quote: Spring novel
ties in suits the prices range from f IS, 20, 22, $22 and op.
The prices in tbe spring trousers range from' 96, $4.60, $5,
$6.60 and spward. Come in and see onr line line.
Gus. Englln, toiler, 1803 S:c::J Ats
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807 TWENTIETH STREET,
Wednesday and Saturday.
Life Is Health
IR. J. R WALSH,
l.sie of (liieacv f.tniMr
ly SurK.Ni-in-'lilef of St.
Diseases Pronounced Incur
Drains. Sleeplessness. Threatened In-
any outer cimuiton due l.i nerruiM ailiaustlOB,
quicsty ana pennanently cured liy our sdtaucwd
cause of Nervous Debility. Whv tn-at
jx-cullar to her c, should cinsult us.
Four Per Cent Paid on
II. H. CaWe.
H. I' HuU.
K W. Hun.t.
I fill Mlledell.
J. M Huford.
Solicitors Jarksons; Hurst.
a Of onr new ttock of Wall Papers
doesn't alone lit In their svruitia
coloring! and designs, bat la
tbelr remarkable cheapness. Wall
Papera 20 par cent cheaper than
ever before. See our greet re
daction In prioee and yon will
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO..
310. S12. 114 TWENTIETH ST.