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THE AB&TJS. TUESDAY, MAYr30, 1899.
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bare real name attached (or publication. No
usb article will be printed over setitlooa M'
. Correapondenee aollelted from Try town-
hlp In Bock Inland county.
TuEsuAr. Mat 30.
Thk rjtieen of Spain always goes to
mass at t a. ni.
The favorite eport of the mikado id
horse racing, but be allows no belting
Kim; C'iiari.ks, of Houmania, has
published his reminiscences in three
The prince of Wales' injured knee
cap is now perfectly cureJ, ana the
prince has recently taken again to his
favorite pastime of bicycling.
Hf.nkv Pkobasco, of Cincinnati,
formerly a millionaire, gave his for
tune in benevolences and today, at 4 'J
years, he hnds himself impoverished
The twin cities of St. Paul and
Minneapolis are striving to have all
the returning volunteers from the
Philippines mobolized in those cities.
and given a rousiDg reception, height
ened and dignihed by the presence of
1 resident Alcrunlev, a most appropri
:tte wav of receiving and honoring the
Thf.kk apjears to be daily less hope
for tiie proud steamer Paris, which is
fartt upon the rocks on the J-.nglish
const. The ves-l is slowly but surely
pMiiiidiug to pieces with slight pro
iM-ct for relief. As the auxiliary
cruiser Vale, the lwiat made a splen
did record during the paish-Amen
citi war. going through without in
Li kit. (lov. Noktiicott, in a spet-fli
at .Joliet the other day in response to
th: proposal of his name forgovcriiur,
tlt.'i'lared that in all probability h
would be a candidate for reelection to
his present position, lie aNo ex
pressed the opiuioti that John K. Tan
ner will be a candidate for reelection
as governor. Mr. Xorthcolt mav be
taken as speaking by the card in the.-e
What this country may expect
when the Filipinos are lienevoleutly
assimilated is forecasted by the pres
ent situation in the Hawaiian islands.
The administration arranged with the
planters of our new Sandwich island
ossessions for the admission of Asi
atics, and now 4,vicws with alarm
the influx of the Mongolians. Another
hard blow thus administered to hon
est white labor in this country.
Tins is Memorial day, one of the
noblest as well as most patriotic and
inspiring occasions in the calendar of
American holidays, celebrating as it
does from year to year an observance
which becomes more sacred in all
that it means, in all that it commem
orates and in all that it teaches. All
honor to our noble dead, the sons of
the republic whose lives were given
that their country might live and the
principles upon which it was founded
might endure while-nations exist. This
is the sentiment of the day.
Thk Philippine population is to le
taught, evidently, that the system of
justice under which they were gov
erned bv the Spanish control of the
possession was not so bad after all,
as accordiug to yesterday's Manila
advices, an order has leen issned re
establishing the courts in the islands
which have been closed since the
American occupation, thus reviving
all the Spanish methods not conflict
ing with the sovereignty of the United
States. In other words, the Filipinos
have by the sword changed masters',
but not methods.
Gov. Lon V. Stephens, of Missouri,
received the following signiticant tele
gram from Norman E. Mack, of Buf
falo, X. Y., on the day of the anti
trust dinner. Mr. Mack is the leader
of the democrats of western New
York, and the special enemy of Boss
Croker and other New York City op
ponents of Mr. Bryan. The dispatch
Of the Globe for
TJ l'!!PATMi . ...
inqwn rarer we aenneent
r. j-VProcr.&ed by eauaeat pbrnciacs!
WfnlTri-nliiiwitiiTraAe Mark" Aactaor."
world renowned ! luia,fc Mv mw urtul I
31 HIGHEST AWARDS.
iTvv MtnuUra, ami
STOMACHAL bMt far
reads: "The democrats of western
New York stand firmly with the dem
ocrats of the nation; represented at
St. Louis, for the readoption of the
Chicago platform with strong planks
added opposing imperialism and trust
domination, and are a unit in their
allegiance to that fearless and ster
ling democrat whose record in the
tight for those principles makes biiu
the Kirty's logical candidate in the
coming contest W. J. Bryan."
It the Troth be Known.
The administration is pursuing the
same tactics with the American peo
ple with reference to the situation in
the islands in which we are engaged
in war that the. .Spanish government
did with the Spanish people in all the
time it was waging war in its colonies
as well as when it was engaged with
the United States. The policy is one
of misrepresentation to keep up
courage and to sustain the con tide nee
of the people by assuring them one
day that the war is practically over in
their favor, and letting them into a
keen realization a day or two after
that such is not the ca?e at all. The
American people, however, will not
le so easily deluded as the Spaniards.
They will stand the foolishness just
so longand then they will demand the
truth. They are not of a class whose
courage requires deception or misrep
sentation to buoy it. They are will
ing to know the 'worst and are compe
tent to handle it, and woe nnto him
who misleads them to the point where
the condition is found worse than it
might have leen had it been taken in
time. Firmly convinced, as the ma
jority of Americans are, that they
have a lot of trouble on their hands
that ought in honor to have been
avoided, they are willing to see the
But thev demand the truth.
The Fifty Richest Americans.
There is a list of the fifty persons in
the United States with fortunes so
larire as to be "bevond the dreams of
avarice." They are given as the fifty
richest individuals in this country in
an article "How Many are Worth a
Million." by John Wilmer bpced. in
Ainslee's Mara.ine for Jui-.e. The
bead under which they are enunier
ated indicates in what manner thev
made their money:
Increase in the Value of Land Wil
liam Waldorf Astor, of New York;
John Jacob Astor, of New York, Mrs
William Astor, of New York; Kl bridge
T. Gerrv. of New York; Mrs. Hetty
(ireen. of New York; Mrs. Bradley
Martin, of New York; Robert Goelet,
of New York: J. Montgomery Sears,
Building and Operating Railroads
and Speculations in Railway Shares
Rassell Sage, of New York; Roswell
P. Flower, of New York; George J.
Gould, of New York; Collis P. Hunt
ington, of New York; Samuel Thomas,
of New Yoik; Cornelius Vanderbilt,
of New York; William K. Vanderbilt
of New York; Frederick W. Vander
bilt, of New York: George W. Van
derbilt. of New York; William C.
Whitney, of New York; John I. Blair,
of New Jersey; Mrs. William D.
Sloane, of New York.
In Producing and Selling Petroleum
John D. Arch bold, of New York;
Henrv M. Flagler, of New York; John
H. Flagler, of New York; H.1L Rog
ers, of ew lorK; w 1111am rcocKeiei-
ler, of New York; John D. Rockefel
ler, of New York; Oliver H. Payne,
In Commerce and Subsequent In
vestment James M. Constable, of
New York; Henry G.' Marquand. of
New lork; Joseph Millbank, of New
York; Marshall Field, of Chicago; L.
Z. Leiter. of Chicago; Potter Palmer,
of Chicago; Adrian Iselin, of New
In Sugar Refining H. O. Have
rueyer, of New York;Claus Spreckles,
of San Francisco; John . Searles, of
In Banking and Other Investments
Darius O. Mills, of New York; J.
Pierpont Morgan, of New York.
Bv Inheritance and rrom tele
phone J. Malom Forbes, of Boston.
In Mining for Gold, Silver, Ltc. J.
B. Haggin, of California; Mrs. George
Hearst, of San Francisco; John W.
Mackav, of San Francisco; W. A.
Clark, of Montana; Marcus Dalv, of
In Iron and Steel Andrew Carne
gie, of .New lork.
In Steamboat Transportation Al
fred Van Santvord, of New York; H.
M. Hanna, of Cleveland.
In Packing Meats Philip D. Ar
mour, of Chicago.
In Insurance Henrv B. Hyde, of
A Narrow Eacape.
Thankful words written bvMrs. Ada
E. Hart, of Groton, S. D. : "Was taken
with a bad cold which settled on my
lungs; cough set in and finally ter
minated in consumption. Four doc
tors gave me up, saving I could live
but a short time. 1 gave myself up
to my Savoir, determined if I could
not stav with my friends on earth, I
would meet mv absent ones above.
My hnsband was advised to get Dr.
King's ew Uiscoverv for Consump
tion. Coughs and Colds. I gave it a
trial, took in all eight bottles. It has
cured me. and thank God I am saved
and now a well and healthy woman."
Trial bottles free at Hartz & Ulleniey
er's drng store. Regular size 50
cents and (1. Guaranteed or price
To cure piles, strike at. the root
that's the way. DeWitt's Witch Haz
el Salve strikes at the root it re
moves the cause quickly and perma
nently. Don't squander time and
money trying to remove the effects.
For sale by T. II. Thomas, A. J. Relas
and M. F. Bah n sen. druggists.
Subscribe for Thk Asecs.
BY J LI. I A E. STArnjKD.
Once more we trreet Memorial Day.
Witb muffled drum and H;iks half mast
And hearts wtih sorrow overcast.
While down tbe aisles of suixlnc time
Rinif out tbe cbime of memory
Hnnj riwers in their brightest Moom
And m? Alter gently o'er tbeir tomb,
W bile to the tiod of Peace we pray
Till death -ball close life's toilsome day.
iur nation k heart may e'er be led
To justly booor our nation s dead.
How can we e'er foivet tbe day.
When our troops so itallantly marched away.
With banners bvini; anl hearts s brave,
Krierd. home and all they freely Rave,
For the dear old Wait they d die to save.
Manly and brave, he wa standing there,
My noble boy. with brow so fair:
Loud and clear the band is playing
-ily Country Tis of Tbee. Sweet Land of Lib
erty." (Vet I hear themaslo rininft)
And louder sttt -so clear and shrill
Kani; out tbe call of reveille:
"On to war"was the watcb and word
And every loyal heart wao stirred.
He faltered not. though tears were fallinir.
But quicaly aoswerea tbe bugle a calling
And proudly marched away.
I buibed tbe tumult of my heart
And tried to bear a woman s part
Frayed (iod for strength to meet my fate
Tbey also serve who stand and wait."
We wailed long for tb day to come
When we sb juld Kreet his coming borne
With laurels of victory justly won:
We longed to bear bis joyous sboul.
1 ba strife is o'er: I'm mustered out."
Hut now we know he is lviug there
Wrapt in tbe bag Miib loving care,
(lb, unpels tell us, does be know
T would ejoifort him be loved it so.
We ne'er shall hear Mmerry shout.
-The strife is o'er: I m mustered out."
He is lying there, so cold and sUl,
He cannot greet us. if be will.
And our poor hearts must bear the scar
Fierced by the cruel tvrant war.
He's mustered out from pain and strife.
And tbe biful dream tbat men call life,
Tbe weary march. Death burning sun,
Tbe restless sleep, when day was done,
Tbe tear-dimmed eye, the vain regret.
IxDK wailing in the trenches wet.
Tbe acbing limbs, tbe fevered brain.
Will never fret bis soul again.
He's mustered out from strife and pain.
And now we know he s lying there,
Tbe deathdampon bis brow so fair.
Oh. Col of Prace' Oh. God of War:
In mercy leave tbe gates ajar.
'Twill Hootb this stricken heart of mine
If b-aven's glories nearer shiae.
Ob' may I cttcb one Klirape wlibin.
And know frum wa. uQd strife, and sin.
In boundless love Thy sbel'erinrr wing
Issp-ead abroad to sbelter him.
Ana for fcis nottle sacrifice
Grant tbe crowning joy of paradise.
Tbe Evolution of the Sideboard.
Tha dresser began service in the
kitchen as a table, advancing nntil it
was composed of a top and , two shelves
below, supported by four legs. It was
then used not so much as u place for
dressing the meats as a serving table,
on which dishes were placed before be
ing allotted to the members of the
household. At a later period a portion
of the dresser became inclosed, and aft
er tbat an extra shelf, with sometimes
a hood, was placed on it. It was not
then an article of kitchen furniture, but
6tood in the hall or living room. As a
result of the desire to reduce the quan
tity of furniture in the hall the credence
and dresser were combined ae one arti
cle, with a closet and shelf below and
several shelves above, the whole sur
mounted by a canopy. Then it was liko
some of our sideboards, though it was
not known bvthat name nntil the eight
eenth century, when it assumed , the
long, low table form, with drawers, and
cupboards below. The name sideboard
prior to this had, however, been applied
to tables as early as the sixteenth cen
tury. Architectural Record.
A Peculiar Problem.
The Longbow gives some amusing
pieces of Lewis Carroll s humor from
the forgotten pages of (Jxlord pamphlets.
During the election at Oxford in 1865
he gave vent to the following kuclidean
"Plain superficiality is the character
of a speech in which, any two points
being taken, the speaker is found to lie
wholly with regard to those two
A note is also given on tho right ap
preciation of examiners: "A takes in
ten books and gets a third class, B takes
in tho examiners and gets a second.
Find the value of the examiners in
terms of books; also their value in
terms when no examination is held."
Spain's Ureateat Need.
R. P. Olivia, of Barcelona,
Spain, spends his winters at Aiken. S
C. Weak nerves had caused severe
pains in the back of the head. On
using Klectric Bitters, America's
greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy, all
pain soon left him. lie says tnis
grand medicine is what his country
needs. AH America knows that it
cures liver and kidney trouble puri
nes tbe blood, tones up the stomach.
strengthens the nerves, puts vim, vigor
and new life into every muscle, nerve
and organ of the body. If weak, tired
or ailing you need it. ivery bottle
guaranteed, only 50 cents, bold by
llartz cc Lllemeyer. druggists.
An Epidemic of Whooping- Cough.
Last winter during an epidemic of
whooping cough my children con
tracted the disease, having severe
coughing spells. We had used
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy very
successful!- for croup and naturally
turned to it at that time and found it
relieved the cough and effected a com
plete cure. John E. Clifford, pro
prietor Norwood house, Norwood, N.
Y. This remedy is for sale bv all
As an honest remedy, Foley's Honey
and lar does not hold out flse hopes
in advanced stages, but truthfully
claims to give comfort and relief in
the very worst cases, and in the early
stages to effect a cure.
There is a time for all things. The
time to take - De Witt's Little Early
Risers is when you are suffering from
constipation, biliousness, sickhead
ache, indigestion or other stomach or
liver troubles. They never gripe.
For sale by T. II. Thomas, A. J. Reiss
and M. F. Bahnsen, druggists.
It is almost a miracle. Burdock
Blood Bitters cured me of a terrible
breaking out all over the body. 1 am
very grateful." Miss Julia Filbridge.
West Cornwell, Conn. For sale by
Marshall & Fisher. -
T ANTED GIRL FOR OEXEHAL HOTJSE-
work at AM oeventn avenue.
ANTED BOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
and board at za Fourth avenue.
ANTED GOOD GIHL. FOR GENERAL
housework. Call at I3S2 Fir-a aveuue.
ANTED A GIRt.' FOR GENERAL.
housework Call at TO1 Fourth avenue.
"VANTKJ-TO HUY . AHOUT ISO CORD
v T of ha d wood. Apply to Olof Atkinson.
jc -s i enin a venae. ,
Tin VTrn rwr nriort fivvissnts
vV t"se I Installment goods, ia Twentieth
street, ttock island, iiu
TT ANTED PUPILS 'WISHING TO TAKE
v v private lessons in aancing ean uo so vj
enquiring at Zlio mi in avenue, jonea.
v v man. on commission orsalary. Address
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleveland,
TANTED YOTTN GIRL TO CARE FOR
T v baby and help with bousework in fami
lv of three, inquire at SfM Seventh avenue
T ANTED TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
v v solicitors for Kock Island. Hrrmanent
positions. Ml Mitcbell & Lynde building, be
tweeu & ami o p. m.
TtTANTED A MAN OF GOOD APPEAR
TV anee. Call at Room 2, :fcu Twentieth
street, between ." and 6 p. in , Thursdays be
tween 7 and 8 p.m.
WANTED LOCAL SOLICITING AGENT
for accident insurance: one who can de
vote sufficient time w tbe business to make it
profitable. Address "E M.. AKGC3. .
TVTANTED SITUATION BY HOUSE-
T v keeper. Excellent economist and wan
aiter: trained in care of children. Good seam'
tress. Good home. Address giving full par
ticulars, A Kti, care of akocs.
T ANTED LADIES EVERYWHERE
v v working for us a few Hours a day: make
115 weekly: quick selling neccesity for ladies:
entirely new. Lemom manufacturing com.
puny, San Diego Uuuaing. inicago.
TVTANTED PUPn.S IN FREEHAND AND
T v mecbanical drawing. fen and Ink,
cbina Daintinir and new metbod of water col
ors. Children's class Saturday afternoons.
with first lesson and material free. Class in
tbe evening. Lessons M cents. Miss Piatt,
studio 006 Eighteenth street.
TTTANTED GOOD SOLICITORS IN ROCK
v T Island to take orders for tbe celebrated
Singer sewing machine. A No. 1 contract
given to right parties. Call on or address tbe
singer Manufacturing company, 4i uarnson
street, vavenport, low a.
TTTANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON IMA
I? monds. watcbes. jewelry, hardware
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc. Hiebost cash prices
pa'd for second bactl goods ot all kinds also.
Tbe above goods for sale at balf the usual
storeDrices. All business transactions strict ly
conlidenti il. His new number an4 location
!'! Second avenue. Don't forget it. J. VV.
Jones. Two rings on 1347.
T?OR SALE OR TRDK A HOUSE AND
A. lot. Apply at 1'i.y Second avenue.
T710R SALE CHEAP. A GOOD HORSE FOR
JL' family driving. Enquire at S2l Second
TIOR SALE A LOT LOCATED IN THE
best block on Ihird avenue. AddIv of
TTIOR SALE-"A" GENTLE HORSE SUIT A
X ble for lady to drive. Apply at 1301
i niny-seventn street.
rrOR SALE-TWO NICE HOMES ON THIRD
a- avenue, one fwxi. 'the other 1.100: paving
iur. luquirc iii 1 1 iu intra avenue.
FOR SALE TWO-STORY BRICK RESI
dence with modern improvements. In
quire at 637 Seventeenth street. Terms lib
TTOR SALE NEW 8-ROOM HOUSE. SEW-
a- er. waterworks, well, cistern and good
barn at 3H08 f ive-and-a ba t aven e. Apply on
"tnOR SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM.
X! AH kinds of fruit: good buildings: near
town, a nargain lor some one If taken soon
Gordon & liow man.
TTIOR SALE LOT ON SOUTHEAST COR-
J- ner XMintn avenue and Twenty-second
street; verms to sun Duyer. Address T. J.
iiaipin, duv main street. St. Louis, Mo.
FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE, 40-ACRE
farm near town. Lots of fault. To be
old cheap to settle an estate. Hdre Is a bar
gain cheap for cash. No trade. Gordon a,
FOR SALE-COAL IN ANY QUANTITY
of 5o bushels or over at J 30 per ton. de
livered C. O. D. to any part of the eitv. Leave
orders at Commercial house barbershop. Rock
Island, or Eios James. Milan.
FOR SALE CHEAP LOTS IN M'MAS
ter's addition, old baseball grounds. These
lota will be sold from $400 upward: small
amount down, balance on long time at S per
cent. Reidy Bros., room 4, Mitchell & Lynde
GTOR SALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
C with about SO different elides, suitable for
filing legal blanks or any description of paper
n Oat form to be kept In shape for writing.
A comprehensive index connected. Just the
thing for any offloe with contracts, etc., to
He. Address H. B. C. care of Thb abous.
LOST A GOLD WATCH. FINDER RE
turn to AB.csofflceor Lawrence Parldon
and receive reward.
FINE ROOMS AND GOOD BOARD AT 4205
Fifth avenue. On street car line. Beau
tiful pla:e to spend tbe summer. Bath. etc.
X OST-ON TWENTY-SEVENTH STREET
X-A between F.ixbt-and-a-half and Ninth ave
nues, a pair of gold spectacles. Finder will
please return to Tut A ho us office.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
eue loans by W. H. Eastman. 1712 Sec
ond avenue, without publicity or removal. He
lao makes collections bard ones a specialty.
SALESMEN (CALLING ON ANY LINE
of trade, city or ountrvl we have best
tide line ever offered: over ISO different styles
of tbe handsomest calendars ever put on the
market: most lioerai commissions offered (30
per rent). Agents can easily make Ko to l0
weekly, uuarauteea toe oei line to oe louna
anvwhere. Give references. Tbe American
Novelty company, due and 111 Broadway, Cin
John Volk & Co.,
Builders : : :
ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF
Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings;
W ..'t a n 1 U Jt II 1 T-l .
v cucvivu auu nam iiuuu f loot
ing of All Kinds.
Single and Double Strength Window
lilass, ronsned Plate. Beveled
Plate and Art Glass. )
,,tt,Ifratk Rock Island.
OR KENT FURNISHED ROOMS AT 7:
It SALE NEW HOUSE NO UliTWEN
ly-brst street. Apply at Keidy Bros.
R RENT DOUBLE STORE BUILDING
at I51&-1517 Second avenue, lnouire of
R RENT ST A BLE FORT WO ORTHHKK
borses: all conveniences. Enaulre 100.
COR RENT-FLAT. AT 1704 THIRD AVE-
nue. Also two store rooms for rent. 1W.
ana 1.04 Third avenue.
TTIOR RENT NEW LODGE ROOM, WHAT
X was formerly tbe Standard club rooms.
Has been fitted uo with new and eomnlete
lodge room furniture and fixtures, and Is
open and ready for inspection. Cheap rent;
team neat. Apply of faLreu & Math.
They fit the feet as nature
FOR TENDER FEET!
THOUSANDS of women are
suffering unnecessarily with
painful, tender, aching feet
with an infallible remedy at
hand. No salves, ointment
or knife! Just wear the
hygienically and anatomic
and 3'ou will bless the day
yon tried them!.
Com f ortable, perfect,
fitting, graceful, and dressy.
We are sole agents for them
for this city.
17:2 Second avenue.
Col on a Sand
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar, and Trimmings
For cheapness, ' durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
stone uoes not wasn or coior me .
wall with alkali, etc. Plans sent
us for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rook
Island on the C. 15. & Q. It. II.
Trains Nos. 5 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Stcne and Photos of
build ino-s can lie seen ot Iioom
No. 12, Mitchell & Ly tide's build
ARTHUR BURRALL, Manager.
Rock Inland or Colona, 111.
n nil 1 taciomci a
W A SURE RET.rEV TO WDUlKfo.
all troubles peculiar to ber sex. fWSvrA by
mall or from our Agent. SI.OO per box.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO, Propi, CLEVEUI3, CffiO.
' For sale by fcL F. Bahnfn, druggist. , '
l im 7m
Are always selling the best goods at the lowest prices, simply beeause
tbey thoroughly understand bow to buy and are always giving tbeir cus
tomers the benefit. We wish to call special attention to our line of cof
fees. Haviag completed a contraot for several thousand pounds of differ
ent grades, 4kch grade to be roasted especially for us and shipped as we
need them, you get a freshly roasted coffee unsurpassed In quality at
bottom prices. Note tbe following quotations:
Our Golden Rio at...
Our N. & I- Santos Peaberry
Our N. & I. Imperial
Our N. & L. Java
Our N. & L. Java & Mocha
Let us also quote you
Schepp's shredded cocoa
nut, per pound
Mixed nut's, 3 pounds
Buttermilk soap, per bar. .
Enameline stove polish. . .
Rising Sun stove polish..
Heinz's sour pickles, per
CASH GROCERS, 329
Don't Pay Rent!
With a Reasonable Cash Payment You Can Buy
a House on
Examine the Following Bargains. Prices Will be
Advanced July .
817 and S19 Fourth avenue Lot Ux120, paved. Six rooms and
live rooms. $2,000.
Kleventh street ami Seventh avenue Lot J0xl0. Nine rooms
and barn. $2,300.
1018 Fifth avenue Lot :."ixl.ji). Six rooms. $!50.
29:59 Thirteei.th avenue Lot 100x135. Nine rooms and two
i"09 Ninth street Lot 40x120. Six rooms and barn. f 1,000.
505 Ninth street Lot 40x120. Six rooms. $1,000.
431 Forly-fourth street 1-ot 30x150. Five rooms. $S50.
3132 Ninth avenue Lot 25x150. . Four rooms. $800.
1313 Forty-second street Lot G0xll3. Five rooms. $1,100.
1311 Thirty-sixth street Lot 00x115. Five rooms. $1,050.
1325 Thirty-sixth street 00x115. Four rooms. $1,200
922 Eighth avenue Lot 30x1 5o. Four rooms and barn. $'.00.
1242 Thirty-seventh street Lot 120x115. Five rooms and
1303 Thirtieth street Lot 45x140. Fire rooms. $1,150 and
paving. .. i . ... ' . .. '
Investors can make from 8 to 10 rer cent out of rents, while the proper.
ty increases in value. Lots of all kinds, improved and unimproved for sale
at lowest prices.
G I he Best 53. oU lans in
SPRING WALL PAPERS.
The Adam's Wall Paper Co.'s display of fine
new wall papers surpasses anything they have
ever shown before. A finer line at lower prices
than ever before, Be sure and see the latest
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO...
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Book Island, 231.
incorporated Under the
KOIST L0ABHD 05 PEES05AL COLLATES &L OS SEAL ESTATE 8EGUZOT
' . M. Buford, president,
John Crubaugh, Vice PraOOmt.
. . " P. Greenawait, Caahler.
Befaa busbies July t, 189a, and oeeupy tbe
S. E. oorae&of Mltebelt A yaoVs
S pounds of jelly 9c
Honey Drip syrup, per
Sorghum, per gallon 35c
Good rice and raisins, per
Canned peas, 5c, 7c and
3 for 25c
Fancy patent flour, per
Garden seeds in bulk.
Twentieth St. 'Phone 1090.
MITCHELL & LYNDK BUILDING,
in the City.
-ItoHM 310-314 Twentieth Street.
roar Per Cent Paid on
H. 8. Cable,
H. P. Hull,
E. W. Hurst.
Win. WDmertos ,
U; M. Bulorfl