THE AKGUa TUfiSDAV. APRIL 30. 18!5.
rnHaa Daily ud Woeklr at KM Seooad
Ave, atocklslaad, BL Catered at the post
eates a second claaa nutter.
J. W. Potter.
TMkTU Daily. 10 eeata per week. Weekly,
9MB tar aaaaa; la adraaea, SLM.
All eoeunnlcationa of a ciitieal eeanaawla
tire character, political or mUgioae, araet hare
nal aw attached for publication. Ko sock
artlate will be printed ever Ictltiou signatures.
Corretpoadenee aolieited frosa every towaahip
te Bflek lalacd county.
Tubsdat, April 30, 1895.
AtTOKncr General Molosev has
given an opinion that a tax assessor
cannot delegate his duties of assess
ing to a depot j. Here is a tip for
youi Mr. Freeman.
James R. Garfield is a candidate
for state senator from the Mentor
district. His distinguished father
started in political life as state sena
tor from the same district.
The Sunday Star-Sajings. of St.
Lonis. has published an anniversary
number, highly illustrated and in
every way cretitable to the highest
art and most enterprising spirit of
Springfield Register: The Pall
man Palace Car company has began
serving notices upon tenants who are
behind in their rents 'that unless ten
ants pay the amount due the com
pany, suit will be brought to forci
bly eject them from tbe houses they
now occupy. And yet the Illinois
legislature permits this monopoly to
continue to sandbag the public.
Tub supreme court of the United
States will sit again May 6, in all
probability with a full bench, for the
purpose of reconsidering the consti
tutionality of the income tax law.
Two counsel will be heard on each.
side. What the result will be is dif
ficult to conjecture, but it is hoped
that a majority of the court may be
led to declare the law as a whole not
inconsistent with the constitution.
As the Freeport Bulletin argues, the
law is being opposed vigorously by
the rich people of tbe country only,
and on the pretext that it is class
legislation. On the same plea
class legislation the poor people of
the country have had abundant rea
son to feel aggrieved, for under the
republican robber tariff 80 per cent
. of the expenses of the government
were collected from persons owning
only 20 per cent of the wealth during
a period of nearly SO years. The
prayer of every poor man should be
that the law will bear the scrutiny
of the most rigid examination and
that it will ultimately be declared
The New York Tribune, one of the
most vociferous calamity howlers
during the campaign of last fall, has
changed its views since the repeal of
the McKinley high tariff law and tbe
enactment of the Wilson bill by the
democratic party, as will be seen by
the following clipping:
"The general uplifting of prices
continues. Cotton reaches 9 cents;
wheat rose above 61 cents Saturday;
Bessemer pig is quoted at 91.90 at
nttsburg; leather and hides still ad
vance, forcing manufacturers to ask
10 cents per pair more for shoes
instead of 2 cents; coke is normally
higher, though it ia claimed that
regular customers are supplied at
less than option quotations; oil has
mounted so wildly that sharp reduc
tions for two days excite no surprise.
and stocks are mounting, the aver
age for railroads having . risen 91.50
toe last week, and tbe average for
trusts having risen 77 cents. All
these are signs of reviving confi
dence, and deserve attention none
the less for the apparently artificial
character of the advance in some
instances. If conditions favoring an
advance did not exist strong and
sagacious operators would not be
risking their money on that side in
so many markets. Excess and
flightiness no doubt characterize the
rise in some articles and give it a
fictitious look, but it is undeniable
that a much more hopeful feeling
prevails in nearly an quarters."
la For It.
The captain turned pala.
"It there no hope?" he asked in a
"None. " answered the executive offi
Tbe commander raised his trumpet to
"Man the lifeboat!" he shouted
through tbe tempest.
A moment later he left the ship.
No, she was not sinking. She was
four hours late, and the captain pre
ferred to take his. chances with tbe
storm to remaining on board and get
ling hia picture in the newspapers.
"I have used several boxes of
Hood's pills, and several bottles of
Hood's Sarsaparilla. and have found
that they are excellent. I was
troubled with boils, and after I had
used two bottles of Hood's Sarsapa
rilla I waa cured." Wesley WUkins,
Hood's pills cure biliousness, indi
gestion. Thb Aaors delivered every even
ing at your door at 10c a week.
i. THE PARIS BOULEVARDS.
A aTaleldneeeple Tlew ml life la Mm
In no other streets in the wide world
can one see such varied types as on the
grand boulevards of Paris. Why, a trip
through tbetn. on top of an omnibus,
from tbe Bastille to the Madeleine
and it takes perhaps an hour will give
yon a kaleidoscopic view of life to be
found nowhere else. At the Bastille,
the Boulevard des filles da Calvaire
and dn Temple, you meet the laboring
classes, on Sundays in their "bestest
best" and on weekdays in white
blouses and cotton jackets. Beyond the
Place do la Republique the picture
changes. Here are the little merchants
and shopkeepers and some large ones
too. Farther on, up near Rue Vivienne,
i.ow blood enters this great artery of
Paris it is tinged with a golden sheen,
for we are in the heart of the exchanges,
among brokers and coulissiers aye.
among just such types as Zola drew
from for his book entitled "Money."
Now the shops are becoming more gay
and beautiful, the cafes more elegant,
and the siren voices of Paris make its
joys even more alluring and more tempt
ing. To appreciate it you must do more
than view it from an outsider's stand
point. You must take part in it,live in
it, and for tbe time being forget that
you ever were anything bnt a confirmed
and hardened boulevardier.
There, follow my advice, and I will
guarantee that yon will see Paris as
Paris is and not as tourists see or de
scribe it Sit down with roe at tbe ter
rasse of yonder cafe and watch the
stream of humanity as it flows by.
What a cosmopolitan throng I Rich and
poor, merchants and clerks, unmistaka
ble Britishers, blase journalists, fetch
ing looking actresses, chin little Pari
uennes of tbe petite bourgeoisie, news
boys and beggars aye, and Americans,
too all "touching elbows," as tbe
French say. Is it not dizzy to look npon,
in its whirling activity, its abandoned
See that young exquisite with pointed
patent leather boots? Poor fellow! He
has mislaid his brain and might find it
there. He is one of the society men of
the boulevard. F. R. Layland in Home
"I don't believe there is a man living
who is without bis pet superstition, "
remarked a secondhand furniture man.
"We constantly have people who sell us
articles of household use and come in
after a few weeks sometimes only days
and try to buy them back again, with
the explanation that they have had 'bad
luck' ever since the sale was made and
never wonld have good luck again until
the bargain was undone.
"One woman who had sold ns her
grandmother's clock fairly wept be
cause it was gone before she could buy
it in again. This idea is not confined to
uneducated or ignorant people by any
"At this very time I know a Louis
ville business man of great culture and
refinement who is" vigorously pursuing
an ' old wooden desk which he owned
many years ago a desk on which he
marie an enormous amount of money by
a few lucky strokes of his pen. The
desk passed from hand to hand and out
of his possession. He is now earnestly
endeavoring to trace it and purchase it,
believing that recent business reverses
and hard times will flee away if he can
only stretch his legs once more under
that same old desk. "Louisville Courier-Journal.
With the Charcoal Brazier.
Many cases of suicide have thus been
brought about by means of burning
charcoal, of which one example may
suffice, that of son of Berthollct, the
celebrated chemist. This young man be
came affected with great mental depres
sion, which rendered life insupportable
to him. Retiring to a small room, he
locked the door, closed up crevices which
might admit fresh air, lighted a char
coal brazier, and with a second watch
before him noted down tbe time, to
gether with his sensations as tbe gas ac
cumulated. He detailed tho approach and rapid
progress of delirium until the writing
became larger and larger, more and
more confused, and at length illegible,
and the writer fell dead npon the floor.
Notes and Queries.
The most splendid person I ever re
member seeing had a little pencil sketch
in his band, evidently intended for
publication through Thackeray's good
offices, which he left behind him on tha
It was a very feeble sketch. It seemed
scarcely possible that so grand a being
abould not be a bolder draftsman.
He seemed to fill the bow window with
radiance, as if he were Apollo. He
leaned against his chair, with one el
bow resting on its back, with shining
studs and curls and boots. "Chapter
From Some Memoirs, " Mrs. Ritchie.
Deeeal Oat Araaad la Tlaae.
Tommy Da you say yoar prayer ev
"And does your maw say hen?"
"And does your paw?"
."Naw. Paw don't need to. It'a al
most daylight when be gita to bed."
As Gratia Beaaladc.
Dimpleton My father-in-law baa a
birthday next week, and I must give
Briggs Have yon decided what it
Dimpleton Yea. I think I shall send
bia a motto with the words, "The Lord
loveth a cheerful giver." New York
"Bonnie Doon" waa by Burns. The
Emperor Napoleon at St. Helena made
tbe droll mistake of saying that the
English bad but one melody worth lis
tening to, and that was "Bonnie Doon. "
B. T. r. IT. COBTKPllOH
Baltimore Jaly 18 ta SI. 18M
There is only one route to Balti
more combining the best railway ser
vice with the most interesting scen
ery and historical associations. It ia
the Chesapeake & Ohio R'y. via Wash
ington. "the Rhine, the Alps and
the Battlefield line of America"
along the great Kanawha river,
through New River canons, along the
Greenbrier, crossing the Alleghany
and Blue Ridge mountains, the Pied
mont and Shenandoah valleys, and
the most famous of Virginia battle
fields. The F. F. V. limited is the only
modern through train to Baltimore
via Washington with electric lights,
dining car and observation car. One
fare for the round trip. At compar
atively a slight additional cost return
trip can be made by way of Chesa
peake Bay. Old Point "Comfort and
For full information, descriptive
pamphlet, etc., address C. B. Ryan,
Ass't. i. P. A., C. A O. R'y., Cincin
nati, O. .
3. A. av, Attention!
For the state encampment to be
held in Blonmington May 14 to 16,
the "Rig Four Route" will sell round
trip ' lots at the rate of 91-15 from
Peoii, May 13 and 14, good till 17th,
inclusive, for return. Trains leave
Peoria at 7:30 a. m., 12:10 p. m and
7:25 p. m. All trains on the R. I. A
P. and C, B. & Q. make direct con
nections with the "Big Four" at Peo
ria. For tickets, call on agents in
Rock Island and Moline, or at the
Union depot, Peoria.
C. S. LaFollette, T. P. A.
Rhenanallaan Cared la a Day.
"Mystic Cure" for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in one to
three days. Its action npon the sys
tem is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at once the cause and the
disease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits 75 cents.
Sold by Otto Grot jan, druggist. Rock
price ctagsd jbrtte orfag
ta&tckccos. will find ftis
trend superior b e!1 cltera
BEWARE OF IMrKTIOIiS.
HHGEJB J .DDIS,
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried company repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Your Patronage is Solicited. .
Office 1820, Second Av.
Harper Honee Block.
And Floor Paints,
1(10 Third avenue.
wm m coons
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, oa the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From t a. m. to
IS am. oa week days For Gen
tlemen From J p. m. to 10 p-m.
oa week daye On Sundays tho
rooms will be open from 7 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may bo obtained at any
time daring bnsinees hoar a.
GyauaaaiasB ooaeted with bath
CSlaffla ana alauTarC alalata.
aiiiesiaiia aaaer laettnarnt
Ca CSSJLL LASS,
'Only (analae with Traata Mvk'-Aarknr"
XA4. KlohterCo,17WmSL.Srw TObZ.
21 CZST K-AS.
U Biaaca Eonee. Owa Glaanrerka.
tot ard SCe rctnlc b Homt Vj-
noecania, u. 8iidel. Hunter noa
.ancj. jt-cb leiaao. in
a. o. ooaaaixr.
a. a. ooaaaixT.
Connelly & Connelly.
Attorneys at Law.
0ea aeon Soor, over Mitchell 4 l.ynde,
beak. Money to Iota.
Jackson &c Hurst.
Attorneys at Law.
OaVe la Rock bland National Bark building.
e. L. wuih.
Sweeney Ac Walker,
Attorneys and Councellors at Law
Oflca ia oVaswou'e Binrfe
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Leva) tiMtnta or all hliie pnmotlr atMia t
o. State Attorney of hoes Island coanty
IMce, roetoffloe Block.
McEnlry & McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loaa money na pooil Mcnrlty: avaaa eollee
dona. Hvf-nmo. MlteaeU a) LmJm, hant-ara.
Otto. Poatoa.-e Block.
Drack & Kerns.
Architects and Superintendents.
Ronai T M O A Bulldlne, cor Third aveaae
and Nineteenth ire. t.
Edward S Ram matt,
51 Whltakrr building, - Earenjort, la.
Geo. P. Staudonar,
Plane aad anpertnteno'enee fnr all claea of
Bmldtnga, Rooau W and (6, Mitchell M i.ynd
BaUdinc. Take eleratur.
Dr "W. H Ludewig
Specialist of Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat.
f'ffice In Treeman'e ew bnflfHng, fflrnerev
MUtnlh ptrcet nil Ib'ra avenue, Lock ltland.
Telephone No. 103S.
Dr. Cbas. M. Robertson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
OBce, Walttaker Block, BOdthweeT comet
Third Bad Brady atreeta, Uatenport, lotra
Roome IT and 18. Boors: tolla.SL,l to 4 p. ax.
i. a. Moixowaoaa, u. s.
a. a. tins, a, a
Drs. Barth & Hollowbush.
Physicians and Surgeon.
totals a. at,
1 to S and 7 to li p. at.
W. A. Darling,
Boom a, Mitchell A Lynde'e building.
R. M. Pearce,
Booaes SB and 81 la Mitchell a Lynda's i
Bnlldinc Take elevator
Wholesale Dealer and Importer of
Wines and Liquors.
lftlf and 118 Third Ave-
J JESSES"' I
aaa yon BaeaTaroat. Plai plea, Ooupei 'Colored
Bpote. Aekea. Old bona. Clceis In Month. Hmif
taniaat WrWe lyiii e,aerMa-
THE TRAVELEBS' GUIDE.
pHICAOO, BOCK nUID PACiriC
Bannay Papa comer Ttfta aaaane mat
rataty-erat etraeC Freak H. Ftaaaaaer, Acant.
ft. Worth, Denver a a. C
teta Pee Moiaea. ...
OeaahaADr- Moine Sx.
Omaha A Minneapoli Kl
II 0 pai
t 50 aa
St. taal a Mtaneapoi-e .... t-jm ear It aWlpai
uenver. umuib m fia,ti
uaaaai-n) cst.Joten....:ll:aa! t S:3Saat
Deaver, It. Worth a a. 4a0 ur tu:10pea
iRocklaland A Wafhhurtoa "JStWi am it S:H am
Rock I'landasmert A con in. T: pm' 7:80 a"i
Bocbl-hindABmolHyn c..i K ispmir 1 40 am
.iAmral. t Departure. tDally.enept Sanday.
All other dallT. Telephone lOA.
Btjrlhiotor Botrrs-c. b. a o. baii-
am at. M. J. Tonne, agent.
St. Lonte Bxpre S5 am
8U Lonia Bzpraea T:o ii
Sterling. DobnqeraSt. PanJ tS:40 pm
BeardMowa Paarenser S 60 pm
I 7:15 am
a 60 pm
p iiwinwgw -cranny , an
Dally. tDally except Snndty.
CHICAGO. MILWACKKB ST. PACL
Dept Twentietb atrmt. beiwrea Pint and
Hecond annaee. B. D W. Holmea. Aaeat.
T"AS. Laara. aaarre
fiLa?ixvnm TWO am tm
t.Paol axpreea 4X1 pm 11:45 am
Dock Islanp a Pcoria Baixwat
w IJTP'"!F!"" AeBB Twentieth atreeC
time Table aciive April tl, WKk
Etern Ex -M he Triib,
Peoria a hi I oil it Mail Jtx...
Rxpree.... . ...... ...
Peoria Aernm. Fwlvht
7 45 am
Cable fvia Mhprrarril ftr Am
8 :40 am
uwm Accommooatioa -
PiMMMt tmln. D t & D m.ii
erenac) depot f e (S mlnatee t arlirr t'haa time
glvea. Ah train daily except Sai.day.
DCKLIKGTON, CKPAK RAPIDS A
Northein Hallway, depot foot of Brady
treet, Davenport. Jan. Morton, Una Tkt a
Paa. a rent.
Daren port Tiata.
'4 :40 urn
reaSaaaTsT a a
Wetl Libert) Tra.n-
hUany except nnoar. rUoinf
Toip nonta ana eaat. no. 15
Cm ar tplde and West Ltbeity.
Inaugurated April 21
TO THE EAST.
LrRcck If land
C K I a r Depot
Lt Kock iland
Twentieth at Deiot
Ar Bloomington. ......
A r Indianapolis
Ar Colnmbae .
Ar St Lonis.
Ar Terre Haute
4 06 am! 800 ami 140pm
4 10 ami 8 OS am
w ii aii ail i
7 13 am
7 IS am
fl 411 am
l stt pm
6 topm lOSOpm
B 55 pm
10 5) am
lu SO am
8 40 pm
ft M i.m
8 10 pm
II 8 am
I ID pm
ill in nm
ix 05 pm
w VI am
8 00 pm
7 J0 1. ml
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
ROCK ISLAND TO 6T. LOCIS.
Train leaving Rock Island at' 8:00
a. in. carries through coach to St.
Louis, passing through Pekin, Hav
ana. SpringGeld and Litchfield.
Lines east of Peoria carry thron&rh
coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Wamhat iTerylilcg from a Fits
L&c Cnrtalni a 8sNla!tj.
No. 1724 Third Ave.
Telephone No. 1214.
John Volk. v c
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
Blaant. rkmriat. Walnacomicc
th tract, bet 4th and itb are
THE TUB THAT - STAK35
OH ITS 07 BOTTOC
( f Sis
"T THE NifAIRBANK COMPANY"
To the People of
Rock Island and Vicinity
Spring has come, and with it the largest stock
of WALL PAPER 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-5-
action, and you are invited to see them.
Adams Wall Paper Company,
? 10. 312 and 314 Twentieth streft.
HBATINO AND VEMT1LATIHQ KNUINKKttS.
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
112 and 114 W. 17th street.
Five Pr Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real f state Security.
J M Brroan. Proident.
V C Dbkkh ., Vice President.
P OaataawaLT, Caahitr.
Begin bnatnen Jnlj8. 1890, and orenpr the
8. S. cor. Mitchell a Lndo's near bnllding.
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, NO: 221 SIXTH AVENUE,
ho, ot Vin- Str-t WO(TK 18LAJNI.
Elegant Styk-s. Magnificent Values. Lowest Prices.
Ve sell trimmed bats for tl.93 that other stores ask 2.60 for
Vc sell trimmtil hats for $2 49 that other stores ask t3 25 for
l'e sell trimmed hats for $2.94 that other stores ask 3.75 for
Aod all finer hats in the same proportion.
Fur exclusive designs in Parisian Pattern Hats and Ron
nets visit our Pattern Room. No Exorbinatc prices asked.
Special Values For This Week.
Silk Capes $5.50. 5.95 and 17.50.
Cloth Capes f 1.50, $2 95. 3.50 and $1.50.
Skirts 12-60, f 3.50, $1.60 and G.
Complete line of Silk and Laundried Waists and
Wrappers. Don't fail to see our hive before pur
chasing, as we guarantee a saving of at least 25 to
60 per cent.
BEE Ol HIVE
I 1 14 West Second street
" T I c'"
. Incorporated Under the
HOCK ISLAND. ILL.
C P Ljrode.
H P Dnll.
K W Bnrat,
J at BQford.
Jackhob A Ilraar, Solid' ore.
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