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THE ARGUS; THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 18515.
THE ARGUS. rcbliabed Daily sad Weekly at K?4 Second A venae. Rock blind, I'L Ectered at the post office as second c jm siaitcr. J. W. Potter, Publisher. TER US Dally. 10 e-TKs per week. Weekly. 2.00 per aancm: In advance, (I M. All coaimanicatloce of a critical or argumenta tive efcaracter. political or reiigiosa. Bast hsvt real name attached for publication. So rack article win be printed ovet fctitioua signatures. Correfpondcnea solicited frcsi every townabiji In Rock Island county. Thlesdat, March 8, 1895. Democratic Ticket. Tenth Vktriri. For Congress... FRED K. BASTIAS IVy JTVref . For Mayor... For ( lerk For Treasurer. first Ward.... record Warl.. TblrJ Ward .. Fourth Ward.. Flftb Ward.... bixth Ward Seventh Ward. IiOUEST KC5CHMA A. D. Dt E-IXG HAUKV B.MMM05 AhUrwm joas srRHAS O. II LOUSE W. C. MACc'KEB CHARLKS BLkrgh T.A. PEXDER J. F.ROSEXF1ELD W. J. II. KERR Tovnuhip Tukrt. For AifUULt Supervisor HBSRY KISSER J. E. LAKKIX For Collector.... LR Dt HESBOTU -or Ats:s-or GEORGE W. H55HY TnE attempt of Supervisors Sinnet ami Oberg to curry favor with the laboring people whom tbey have al ready defied ami ignored, is so pa tent as to he adding insult to injury. Let the stone for the court bouse he cut on the grounds. It is a goo J thing that election comes around once in a while in order that the people may have something to say about some things. Peokia Herald: Sneaker Meyer, of the Illinois house, lacks only the ability to he more of a czar than the Hon. Thomas It. Heed, of Maine. In some respects he is even more arbi trary than Mr. Reed. What a difference between the way the petition of labor was treated in the board yesterday, and those that came in last winter. The prox imity to election times makes all the difference in the world. Covernok Alti.ki.d has issued a proclamation naming Friday, April 19, as Arbor day. The governor ad vises that it be otserved by the planting of trees, shrubs and vines wherever they may contribute to the wealth, comfort and attraction of the state. The majority that will sweep down from the I'lnfT in favor of W. J. II. Kerr for alderman from the Seventh ward will put him in the city council. The people of the ward feel that the honors should be distributed, and a man selected who is for the entire ward. F.vkrt particle of stone for the new courthouse should be cut on the j grounds, and all the other material so j far as possible bought at home but how about that trip to Chicago to look into heating apparatus to the total disregard of local plumbing and heating apparatus houses. SrnixnFiELi Register: If we may be pardoned for inquiring, we would really like to know what has become of those very commendable bills in troduced in the Illinois legislature to bring the Pullman Palace Car com pany and a few other bloated monop olies to time? Can anvbodv tell? As the state's attorney said, it was well enough for the county board to give the appearance of fa voring the stone cutting for the new ; courthouse on the grounds after j election a change could bo made ifi necessary. It so happens that la bor is onto Sinnet and Oberg, and their feelings with regard to labor. J. F. Rosen field, the democratic candidate for alderman in the Sixth ward, is meeting with new en couragement every day. The repub licans as a rule, are not satisfied with the Galling way things were done at their caucus, they feel that they have no formal nominee, nod they propose to go to Mr. Rosen field, who is a proper candidate, and not an im postor. The Union seeks to misconstrue and misrepresent the mass meeting of labor people at Hillicr's ball last evening. It first aims to belittle it as far as nunfbers attending are con cerned, and then after ' incorrectly reporting the meeting, it neglects to give the result comprehensively. No wonder as to the latter. The laboring people, however, will attend to their knitting without the aid and cooperation of the Union. Although the income tax is not due nntil July 1. about 150,000 has already been received at the treasury department in Washington from per sons who evidently do not look for a decision from the supreme court ad verse to the constitutionality of the tax. Returns from the collectors of the tax in various parts of the coun try are coming in at such a rate as to make the income tax division of the commissioner's office the busiest place in the treasury department. If the court should declare the tax constitutional it is believed that money to pay taxes would pour in so fast that the force of clerks in the department would have to be largely increased ' to handle the business. There are 100 people in Bock Island county who come under the increase tax, and a penalty is imposed on all who do not make proper return by April 15. Rev. Samcel F. Smith, author cf the national hymn, America," is to receive a magnificent testimonial April 3 at Music hall, Boston. A committee of 86 prominent men, that number being determined on in honor of the age of the veteran poet, will have charge of the entertain ment. This committee has Gov. Ureenhalge, of Massachusets, as chairman, and includes the govern ors of all the New F.ngland states among its members. It is arranged to have exercises held both afternoon and evening, at which the poet will be present. In addition to this it is proposed to have the children of the schools throughout the country join at noon in singing '2&y Country Tis f Thee." and to have all the bells of the lar.d 82t ringing at the same hour. The venerable author is fath er of S. F. Smith, who is running on the republican ticket for mayor of Davenport. Knights of the Maccabees. The state commander writes us from Lincoln, Neb., as follows: "Af ter trying other medicines for what seemed to be a very obstinate cough in onr two children, we tried Dr. King's New Discovery, and at the end of two days the cough entirely leftthrm. We will not lie without it hereafter, as our experience proves that it cures where ail other reme dies fail." Signed F. W. Stevens, State Commander. Why not give this great medicine a trial, as it is guaranteed, and trial bottles are free at Hartz & L'llemeyer's drng store? Regular size 50 cents and $1. IT MAT DO AS Hl fl I"OiS VOL". Fred Miller, of Irving, 111., writes that he had a severe kidney trouble for many years, with severe pains in his back and also that his bladder was affected. He tried many so culled kidney cures, but without any good result. About a year ago he began the use of Electric Bitters and found relief at once. Electric Bitters is especially adapted to cure all kidney and liver troubles and often gives almost instant re lief. One trial will prove our state ment. Price only 50 cents for large bottle. At Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store. bccklex's arsica salts. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guar- I auieeu to give pcneci sausiaciion, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale bv Hartz & Ullemever. In the Intercut of f- Mruierw. Farmers everywhere in the west and northwest are becoming interest ed in the cheap farm lands of Vir ginia where the soil is good; the cli mate is free from the extremes of heat and c dd, and where the best markets of America are within easy reach. The Farm News" of Springfield, Ohio, has planned a half-rate land seekers' excursion to Virginia to leave Cincinnati at 7 p. ru., April 2. They will be received by the governor of Virginia and commissioner of ag riculture, the latter conducting them through the state. At every stopping place committees have lieen appoint ed to take them in hand with a view of showing them every pliasn of agri cultural life in Virginia. No other trip under such favorable auspices can possibly be made. Special low rates have been made at all hotels. Send your name to Excursion De partment, Farm News, Springfield, Ohio, cr address U. L. Truitt, G. T. P. A., Cincinnati, Ohio. New rti-uietost. Louis, Via Rock Island & Peoria railway. Trains Icve Rock Island depot, foot of Twentieth street, at 8:05 a. m. and 1:15 p. m. This route offers a de lightful trip through the heart of the state, passing in route the cities of Peoria, (lunch procured here) and Springfield. Rates as low as com peting lines, lbrouga tickets to all southern points. R. SToCKnoi SE, G. T. A. Rheumatism Cnreti In fnr. "Mvstic Cure" for rheumatism and neuralgia radically cures in one to three days. Its action upon the sys tem is remarkable and mvsterious. It removes at once the cause and the disease immediatelv disappears. The urst aose greativ benents to cents. Sold by Otto Grotjan, druggist. Rock Island. Coal Market. Hard coal, all sizes, per ton . . . . f 7 50 Discount for cash, per ton -5 Cannel coal for grates 5 00 Indiana block for stoves 4 00 Coke for furnaces 6 00 LaSalle, third vein coal 3 00 Cartage added on less than ton or ders. E. 6 Frazer. Telephone 1133. Kojal Bany- i:yo Whisky I a Rye as to a Bye," aaiaraEy ripened and frtj. tfroia all foreign savor and adulterant ,Tiar- suteed pare aa over eleven yean of an, neon Bended to Use connobeenr as a meritorious arti cle worthy of the cocnJenoe of invalid, conva lescents aad the and. See that our Ban ia blows m bottle . fljV per qn&rt bottle. ROIAL BTBl-" PORT WISE pare, old and ne3ow, therefore best adapted for invalids, convalescent and the ased. It reeto vitality, create strrrurth and appetite, bullae np the w. and dehtliiated. tfaanv, (1. Pints. eu casta. Pot ap oa honor and gnaranued bv EOTAL WTHTE. OOu nl For eale at Harper Hone Fnamncy. and mf uuaavvicnaeatB. Bonne. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. j Scrofula From ChliM "Mt mother has been afflicted with ecrof ola ia her head since her childhood. She is now in her 61et year. She has also offered from weakness in her back for which she never expected any relief. Lie -has faithfully "is triad Hood's ; Sarsaparllla and it has freed her system from scrofula, iuib ia ner ieetanJ limbs and also a pa'.a in her left breast which prevented her from lying on that side for fourteen veers lk has made her feel many wears younger. Mood's Cures She has taken f onr bottles of the medicine e cannot recommend Hood's Sarsepe rilla too highly." Iua. 1L VaxgiluL. x.tna Green, Indiana. HOOd'S Pills J!-fte'--N"'wrp:!l and 7 Per Cent Loans as airs as G0T8rRi8Rt BitlS. The following is a partial list of completed gilt-edged first mortgage loans on hand, which we offer for sale, sub ject to previous selections, for their face and accrued interest. These loans have been carefully selected by us. and are first-class in every respect. They are all 7 pek cent net to the inves tor. Wo have many other loans to offer, if these are not in amounts to suit the investor: TviT Vrth Y'Uue of Security 1,31)0 2.0(50 8,000 2.500 2,800 4,000 1,000 3,000 2,500 3,4'10 4.800 90C 1.500 2,100 1.500 8.580 1.0I0 Tr Ca. 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 Ainpunt. That. 5 yrs 5 yrs 5 yrs 5 yrs 5 yrs 5 yrs 5 yra 5 yrs 5 yrs 5 jrs 6 yrs 5 yrs 5 yrs 5 yrs 5 yrs 5 yrs 6 yrs 800 500 900 200 2,fJ0O 300 -1,000 875 1.500 2,000 400 800 440 600 1,200 20 The securities we offer are especially adapted for the investment of savings and trust fun-ls, as our personal attention to a'l the details of the loan, from its date to its maturity, relieves the hold er from all annoyance except to present his coupon to us for collection. For farther information call at the of fice of JACKSON & HURST, Masonic Temple. IrF-O. F. ROTH, 8npt. Loan Department. 3 VS tv? r?t You will ride a Bicycle 14 Of course you will ride All the flS world will fashion, pleasure, Dusiness men, women, children. It takes a whilo fy l&rJ I sometimes for the if fFzr V I world to recog nize its privileges; but when it does it adapts itself promptly. There fore, you who a re zjj7r I worm ut I ride a bicycle a W COLmiBIA bicycle if you desire the best the M world produces; a Hartford, the next best, if anything short of a Columbia will content you. M Columbian $100; Hartfords, $So $6o; for boys and girls, $50. rnjft iw.iu.,iiaraora,conn. Bantra. Kcw Tcrfe. C1ilca. San Francisco. Providence ftcffalo. ifrncy fro, or by mail fortwofc-cwit mamr. Tho I book toll-of all nrwro!r.-riM and H.irfor ' I Are J A word to those going to build this coming season! If you are go ing to build a nice res idence get figures from the Colona ttonc Co. of Colona. 111., on a cut stone building of white or verigated sandstone. If you build of brick let them give yon figures on the trimmings. If you build a frame or wood building let them You Going: To Build? give yon figures on the range work. U will Imrrore the 'ooki ard valneof ynnr boue Si per cent. Mroe of the nfceM bot'iiicru m ine stare are owi or romoi tvme. By &n means have )our arclteet meet' r Cotooa s'one to be need in your tin' Mi ' Sampica of etorte end pbtompb8 of bolklihtfa etn be acea at mom is. aitcbsli Lycae SDtidirg. SPECULATION n We ar medal fadlitioi la epvtatea Urc MMtatlMlrlmil i larir. sirine llli aoalldantial adTiflea. tJr- 4m neaM so mmm per cent msnhaa. 0r oak. - Spacslatioa. Ham bo Tnrfa." EtiUd a rmira e( mwi ucot ataa. VAN wra.La a V,athaM4auaias.LabaUeaUM ilk!! I I L JlJJfKS. The Moline State Savings Bank, Molike, III., Office Corner Fifteenth St. and Third Ave. CAPITAL S100.000.00 Mirtcwi the Kotine Savinga Bank Orgtnirtd Ubl 4 Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits. Orpin'red tinder Stale I vi. Open from 9 a. m. 10 S p. m , and edneeay anOSatarday nights front 7 lots p at Qfkickks: Ponrca Skikkkb, - - Prrehlent Ilitun Dabuks, - Vice President C F Huttwti, - - Cavbli-r TKt'STKES: I'ORTIK KIXkEa. Eikab DanLnra. II II AUieWORTB. Geo II EnWABDS, C F Beams wat, C A Ross, C B AiHswonTu, W H Adams, W W Wat La. Western Investments GUARANTEED REAL ESTATE LOANS BiaJo ior prvr.ie part: In tfie varjec pot of tbe west by the Orchard State Bank of Otu NEBRASKA. 2. W. T)ak. Prertdrnt. J.B.Dast Caehlor. RBPBHENCK8. Mitchell Jt l.ynr:, Btcker. J. 5. Kohinwu, Cvbier Rocs lelnnd' Nm.Ioca) AAK. V. C. Cannt, . . D. lnry lnul's ouua, WboleeUt Oroerp. orrAsoonflenre nl'eiiad. HuGsing & Hoeft Representing among other time-tried and well known Fire Insurance Com panies the following: Rochester Oermm Ins Co... We-trbenter Fire 44 ... Buffalo (cr an ... Surina- 'Gordon ... Rochester, N T New York I'.ciBalo, N Y ........ rh:la'lelnhi : Peotji. Ill JUaiiche'ter N U ,...Milaakce, Wie ..New Haven, Coon Uerman Kire " .. New Hampshire .. Milwaukee Mechanics " ... Secarlty " .. OEce Corner Eighteenth street and Second Avenue, second floor. Telephone So. 1017. ROCK ISLAND, ILL. "THE OLD RELIABLE." HAYES & CLUAVELAXD 1I11M mil Rtprejcctins: over 40 Million Po'.lari -of Ctah aascta Fire Life, Tornado. Accidont, Mil ine, Employer's Liability -IKSUBANCF.- BonrtB ot Suretysn:.p. OFFICS Benfitoa'a biocb A-jCfc lelasd, CI-. f3f Bocare oar ratee; they will Litereet yoa. J. M BUFORD, Geiieral . . . Insurance Aent. Tea old F'.re and Trrae-trtod Oocipartet repreaaausd. Lsss FrasptlT Paid. :ai as kw as ssy reliable company cu affor Vonr Pv.mnatre Is aollnuM. SEKD QTOIIE. o o o o ' p OOP ,?l LOUIS HAXSSEX 1 and S15 West Second S'.rceU ltarenport. High Class Seeds Of all kinds suitable for the most critical market Gar eners and Truckers. CLOVER and GRASS Seeds of all kinds. GARDEN TOOLS, SEED DRILLS, CULTIVATORS. We caray a complete Stock of the Celebrated "PLANET, JR." TOOLS. Send for Catalogue whole and retail. LfcGAL Administrators Notice. Fstate of -asrraret Kel!y. Peeeae4. Tne neoenicKed navinc been ar pointed ad miristrator of tbe estate of Mnraret Kelly, late of tbe eoactv of Hock Island, eta e of Illinois, deceased, hereby fires notice that hi will aopear before tbe eoonnrcoartof Rock Island eonntv, at the office of tbe clerk of said eoart, ia the citv of Kock Island, at the June terra ct tne srst sTonnay in June mi!, at which time all persons hariuff claims atra'nst said estate are no'.idrd ana reqieted to attend, for the purpose of having the same adjusted. All persons ir dented to said estate are reqaest ed to maks Ik stediate payment to the under-sk-ned. Dated this Srd dav of Msrrh, A. T. tSW. IlENkY C..,OSELLI. Administrator. Hxeentor'a Notice. Kstatebf Pliilfxnon L. Mitchell. deceased. The nndooiirncd hsv'nir been apnointcl eiec niors of me lat a ill and tegijitncnl or Philemon L. M tchtll late of the county of Hi I-Und. slate of I'linois. drenwii, nerehy eive noli, e that they will ai(ienr before the county conrt of I'nrk Inl and county, at the office of the clerk of said ciurt, in the rity of Rick Isltml.At tne May term, on the first Wonitav in May nex, at whHh time all persons havinc claims strains: said estate are no tified and requested to attend, for the purpose of having toe same adjuster). All pcrt-oiis Inctc-b'eil to sai I estate are re que ed to make immediate payment to tbe un dersisnerl. Dated tule 2d day of March. A. D.. ISM. Phil Mrrcnrix, W.O Wapswortb. Madt 11. Wad-wohtb. Executors. I'ublleatlon Notice. STATS OF ILLINOIS, I Rots Island Cocirir, f " In the circuit court, iia.-ch term, A. U , 1885. In chancery. , Lnla Qtrvin vs. Joph Gsnrln. Affidavit of non-residence of Joseph Gatvin, the aiiove defendant, having been tiled in tbe r.lrkt office of the circuit cohrt of aait coTinty, notice ia be'chy given to the said rmn resident rtefeml -.nt that the complainant tiled her hill of romnlsint in fairl conr. on the chmrery side therei f, on the 87th day of March, is!C. and tht the'enpon asummons issued out of raid court, wlicrtin saiil suit is now pending ri-inrnable on 'he first Xonday in the month of May next, as ly lw reqiired. Now, nnless von llie said wn-rc-ident d..-fundatt above n-med shall petsotiallv be and ppear I'efore said c;tcut court, cn tte first dav r the next term thereor. to be holden at Kctck Wand in and for the slid court. 01 the first MunJxy in May n-xt. and p lead, ansa er or lemnr to tbe said complsinant's bill of comp'aint, th- samr5 and tne mitters a-d things tnerein charged and stated will be taken as "cot f -sse4. snd a diwree enterea against you according to the praet o! taid bill GEOnOKW. OAMBL. neHc. T?c-k Island. Illinois. March y,.h. A P. 1Mr. Jamk.' U. llKABOLEr, Coinpiaioam's Solicitor. Publication Notice. STATE OF ILLINOIS, i Rock 1st asd Ooiiktt, f In the circnit conn, to the May to rn, A. D., 1(15. In chancery. The Home Biii'dini; Loan association of Rock Island, vs. John lreessen. Mary Dreeeen, Jicb Wiilms, Uenry Ijemberp. an' Charles Itellefjon, parrners, etc , as Lniubinr Jt Iietlef son, Auaust H Lilt and Marcus meijens, part ners, etc.. as ;. Vepeler A Oompsuy, utav Stengel, Rock Island ilrewinj Company and Emi; Jacohsnn Afllilavirof the non rc sidence 'of Mary Drees en, one of tlie ab?ve nsmvd d' f-ndants, having been fi:ed in (he cl rk's otfl- of the circnit cn, notice is hereby uiven to fie sai l non-res dent defendant that the omi'alnant filed its hill ef complaint In the said court on the chancery sli'e thereof on tile 37lh day of Otcembns. A- D. 1S94, and that a sumtcons issued out of aid co-jrt, whrbin said suit is now ficnding. retnrnahle on the first Monday in the month of May next as by law rvqsired. Now, units yon, the raid non-resident defen dant, above named. Mary Dreessen, shall person ally be and appear before the said circnit court on hadrst day of the next t -rm thereof lobe holden at Kock Islan I in ami for ei id eoucty cn tbe first Monday ef May next, and plead, answer or demur to tha said complainant's blal of cim plnlnf, the eime find the matters and ihinjra ih. rein chanted and stated and will bo taken es fonfa?cd, and s decree entered ajruiuet you ac cerdin? o the prayer of said bi'l. Kock Islaud. 111.. Marc a , 1MT,. O. W. GAMBLR, Clwk. Jacksox & Uoest, Attoneys for t omplnir aot 1'obllcation Notice. ETATB OF ILLINOIS, I HOCK INLAND rOCSTV. 1 In the Circuit Court, May term A. D. 1ST5. In rharcerv. Th ll'ime Bnililii z A Man Assncintinn of Iiork Is an'', s a Ro-alie fxiilda Ka tner, Carl liobert Kast-er, 1 he Unck lAaiA bicw.rg- Com panv.John Spilirer.Ji sepb J. Leicli and Joseph K. reve, paitners, etc.. as Lerch & (irtve; II. F. Urammt r Momufacturins Company, and Henry Do-rinit. AtTIduvit of the nm residence o' Clara Pnsalic Matilda K?sti.er and the H. K. liranin.er Mann facturln5 companv, and Ctrl Itntwrt Kastncr, of tbe above nnid dfendatit, having been fi:cd in the rlerks oflice of the circuit comt, rotice is hereby piven to the said non-resident di fendant that the c nipla'naut filed his bill of c .miilalnt in sai-i court on the cbancerv eid- thereof, on the -.'.Vh day of March. A I)., 1t-ur, and ton' thcr. upon a snmmons issnt d out of said conrt. wherein said suit is now per.din?, returnable on tbe first Mon day in the month of May next, as by lw required- Now, uni-ss yn, the said non-resident de fendants above tianiel, i la a Itosaiie Matilda Kasmer.Carl Konert Kastncr and II. K. Brainmer Manufacturing eropify, shall pera inally he and appear bn fore the said tircnit conrton the first day of the xt term thereof, to be holden at Rock Island in anil for the said county on the first Moadny in May, next, and p!e-d. ant-wcr or de mnrto the said complainant's bill of cr.mpliint, the same and the ni titers ard thinis tnerein charged ar d ttated will he taken as confesed, and a decree enrered against you accorduty; to tee praver of said bill. Kock island, .11.. March ST.. ISO-;. GKOHGK W. iAMr,I.K.'lcrk. Jacksok & IIlkft, Solicitors for ouilainxnta. Twenty-First Street Addition Fine Residence Lots in this addition For Sale on Easy Terms. This addition ia located be tween Twentieth and Twenty-second streets and Tenth and Twelfth avennes, and nearly every lot in it has upon it a line walnut, elm, hackberry, or other large tree, and is already provid ed with abundant shade. These lots are in the very best part ot the city, and the most desirable for resi dence purpose of any lots in the city. Apply to M. M. STURGEOX, Attorney. Eo:a 21, mttiull & Lynda Sleek, BICYCLES! EAGLE ALTAIK. Aluminum rim 3, taper tubes. ECLIPSE. The wheel that stands all tests. DUKE & DUTCHESS. ' Can be found at FRANK ILL 1610 Third avenne. ' HARDWARE AXO FAIKTS. .- - . .V.. iV ? .-V.."' .UV '..'".--" ' .V-."-'t Ifi like CGrpparipg brilKapcy of f fa $ury MmiE RKfAIRBANK CIMPANY To the People of Rock Island and Vicinity Spring has come, and with it the largest stock of WALL TAPER has arrived at the ADAMS WALL PAPER CO. that they have ever had. We can safely say that never before in Rock Island has such a variety of fine goods been shown. These goods are now open to your in spection, and you are invited to see them. RESPECTFULLY, Adams Wall Paper Company, 310. 312 and 3uTwentieth street DAVIS CO. H BATIK Q AK1 VKNTiLATINO KNUlN'EEKd. HAVE YOU SEEN THE ; CAPITOL If Not, Why Not? Come and see the Heater, and judge its merits yourself. Fifteen sold this sea son, and more going. Call for descrip tive circular. 112 and 114 W. 17th street. Telephone 1118. RASMUSSEH, FREE CO. Have just received a beautiful lot of Gold Bow Knot Frames, which are being given away with every order for their best Cabinet Photos. Remember that they make the finest work at lowest prices. For example. Cabinet Photos as low as $i per doz. And Three-quarter Life-Size Crayon Portraits at $2.50. Frame included. Don't entrust your valuable originals to strang ers. Bring them direct to the gallery, and gave agents1 commis sion. Don't delay if you want your portraits BASUUSSEH, FREE Co. 3rt A nrii'r 01 SPUING MILLINERY, CAPES, JACKETS. WAISTS, SUITS, SKIRTS AND WRAPPERS Now in progress at tbe Bee Hive Headquarters for to Capdl fo 1 fo orppai i lllliliiiBLlML mm mm. r a -wr -w-a F 114 W. 2d street, Davenport Tasty Millinery. 'j