THE ARGUS. THURSDAY". MAY 23. 18!5.
THE ARGUS. ;
Pnbll-feed Pally and Weekly at 1C4 6ecocd
Iftmc r.ock Island. I L Kate red at the post
office ac rccotul c'ase matter.
J: V. Potter
TEH S Dafly. 10 eeaU per week. Weekly,
f&OO r aunom; la adrancc. S 1. 60.
All cooimnnications of a c It teal or argaasra'a
t,re character, political or religiose, aiaat have
rjal name attached for publication. No luck
article nU be printeM oxer imtiocs signatures.
Corresp?adcnce aolirJted frosa every tosmehlp
ta Boek Island comity.
TfliKSDAT, Mat 23, 1895.
The ffemocrtUc voters of Bock Island county
a-, rcqneated ta sa1 drle.'ati a. to tbe eoantj
coaieLlioa f be held ia Rock Is'anJ, In said
Wtlnadag, Vij M, 1S9S.
at I o'clock p. a., for the purees of telectirg
eLrht delae to the stare eonventioi to te held
la priapacH Jane 5. W' the represents! loo
will be oce delegate to every S3 cemocratic rote-,
and one for trcry frac'Ion of 10 vctes on the
presidential rote of W.'
Tint warl ....
Thi"d ward ........ ..
r'ourtb ward....... ..
South hock leland
Third wird. .......
Poerih ward.. ....
t tl" ward
Seventh ward ...
Flrat preinet. ...
Cordev 83 S
One f 4
Canoe Creek S
Port Uirou 6.1 3
Zona 81 it
rllaca Hawk - 1 5
Coal Valley M 4
Bo.lin?. 4!l 2
Bulla o fraii ie lis
Drury HI 3
The primaries in the cities of hock Island and
Moline, and in the vlllajsc f Port Bjron, Milan
and Coal Valley will be held at 7:81 p. m. f-ttar-
lay. May , ICO. In all other places at o'clock
a at. of ihe same day.
1 atel at Utck Isbnd. way , 18
T. 8. eiLVis, Chains! n
WttAt n McEkirt. Secretary.
A committee of citizens in further
nee of a well organized movement
to free port is in tpringiteiu working
or the location of the proposed new
tate Normal school.
.Ex-Senatok Blaiic, of Xew Hamp
lire, finds that the Blaine element
3 his way is not giving the Keed
"residential boom any very hearty
jipport. by should it Blaine was
I man of brains worthy of the admir-
tion and adoration bis party and bis
ate bad for him. Keed well
ere's the difference.
)cbcce Tkleukaph: It has al-
fs been the rule of appellate
rts, as affirmed by Justice Harlan
. his dissenting opinion, not to de
lire unconstitutional an act of the
rislative brance of the government
nless the Invalidity of the enact-
snt is clear bevond a reasonable
' ubt. Yet, though the unconstitu-
l nality of the income tax is ex
' tmely doubtful, the United States
pre me court yesterday reversed
rule by which it has been gov
ed for more than a century.
Jaksiiali. Field, the great dry
ids merchant, was before a com
it tee of the Illinois legislature one
recently and told the committee
t one of the chief agencies which
bled him to reach his present lead-
position in tbe business world
i liberal and honest ' advertising.
I Ne chairman then asked him this
tect question: -Do you find that
r VcrtiiDg on a large scale in tbe
. wspapers helps your business?
Wbicn Air. field made answer:
Jo-l;-n"a New Advertising Scheme.
The city of Jo-li-et" is getting
end of advertising out of the re
s' action of the common council
aihlishinrr liv miinioinal sniiptmsnt
proper pronunciation of the
e. For instance, savs the New
We are favored with an official
T of 'An ordinance declaring the
per pronunciation of the word,
iet. passed April 22, 1895, by
)city council of Joliet. Illinois!1
learn from the preamble to the
nance that great confusion has
in over the word, to the annoy
of the citizens: that its etvmo'
has been investigated, and that
nly correct pronunciation has
I determined by the etymological
enrgaiors at Joliet. Then we
I the first section of the ordi-
oa l. Tn the only o!B.-lv. correct, and
. orononclat'o i and snellira of tne nuns of
ly shall be J-li-t; Iheacoa oa the trst
r. who in -o in such Br sill.hle ro
Ht In Iw l.rff sonnd. a in th. word o.'
Id -foe. and that any ottier prornnc st'oa
twned and disre-crsced as tn'eHetia with
' Ired abifirssitv in raopsct to the proper
cuukw of lb. name of onr city.
he second section of the ordi-
provides that the school officers
i place must enforce siuh rules
nil secure the prescribed pro-
iation of Jo'iet at school. The
council has undertaken a big
We do not believe it possesses
ower to change that pronnncia-
if the city's name which has
n vogue for several generations.
countries there are names of
I places which are spoken in wars not
Ijustitied bj their spelling, "their
etyrrjolojrv, or their history.
'lbe place i called after Lonisjol
lict, a eeventeenth century French
Canadian explorer of the Mississippi:
ana we are sure tnat M. jpiuet woum
never have known his own name if it
had been spoken by anj one in th
way in which the council of the city
of joliet has prescribed that it shall
be spoken. The true sound and the
original spelling of Jolliet's name
have both been lost in Jolict; and the
people there mijrht as well stick to
the thin? they have got. We guess
they'll stick to it anyhow."
SorTii Heights, May 22. Mrs.
Hinchburer, of Hampton, has
moved down Lere, and will make her
home with her daughter, Mrs. S. S.
Arthur Graham is the latest one
rn the heights to have a bicycle.
Mrs. John Aster teturned Satur
day evening from her visit to Du
buque. Clinton Stafford came down from
Green river on his bicycle the first of
William Emig has been unable to
be at his place of business for the
last few days, owinj; to sickness.
Mrs. Julia lioiluian was 81 years
old last Sunday. She is hale and
hearty and can walk a Mile to town
as well as many who are younger.
Mrs. h. Vt . retireon anil two chil
dren, of Tekainab, Xeb..who are on
a visit to Mrs Peterson's sister, Mrs.
Paul Hamilton, visited friends here
fur a short time Saturday.
School closed Tuesday fur the sum
mer vacation. Those neith'-r absent
nor tardy during the last month
were.Harry Snyder, Harry Kennedy.
Albert Kgjrers, in tbc primary room,
taught by Miss Jennie Dick man; and
Charles Snvder, Mary Snvder in
the higher room, taught by Miss
Jameson. The annual picnic was
held Wednesday. It was an ideal
picnic day, and about seventy chil
dren and older people met at the
picnic ground opposite the school
house. An cn lovable t'me was had.
some of the older people as well as !
tne cniiaren enjoying me games, a
splendid dinner was served, to which
all did justice j
The Discovery Saved Ilia Life. -
(. Caillouette, druggist. Beavers-1
ville. III., says: "To Dr. King's New j
Discovery I owe my life. Was taken :
with la grippe and" tried all the phy- j
slcians for miles about, but of lio '
avail, and was given up and told I
could not live. Having Dr. King's
New Discovery in my store. I sent j
for a bottle and began its use, and :
from the lirst dose began to get bet-;
ter, and after using three bottles was ;
up and about again. It is worth its
weight in gold. We won't keep store
or house without it." Get a free
trial at llartz & Ullerueyer's drug
CURE FOlt HEADACHE. j
As a remedy for all forms of head- .
ache Elect rii: Bitters has proved to
be the very best. It effects a perma- '
nent cure, and tbe most dreaded ha.;
bitual sick headaches yield to its in
lluence. We urge all who re af-'
Dieted to procure a bottle, and give
this remedy a fair trial. In cases of
habitual constipation Electric Bitters
cures by giving the needed tone to '
the bowels, and few cases long resist i
the use of this medicine. Try it!
onee. Large bottles only 50 cents at
Ilartz & Uilemeyer's drug store.
BUCKLE! s" ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for i
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
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per .
box. For sale by Hartz & Uilemeyer.
A Itemarkable Care. Hr
Mrs. II. B. Ad.nis, 16u3 Wabash!
avenue, Chicago, savs: ! had a
scrofulous taint of the blood from
childhood, wbieh. however, remained
dormant. An u'.oer legan on the;?
side of the nose, having all theap-3c
pearances of a most malignant can
cer. x be agony oi mind t sunerea
cannot be descrilied as I contem-
plated the progress of such a malig- !
nant disease. Finally I was induced
to trv 1-oley s Sarsapariila. it ap-
ntirAil in nsntr!izs' thn noisnn in
the blood. The growth of the nicer
ceased. The diseased tissues in the
bottom and edges of the sore seemed
to loosen and tbe natural flesh to
take its place. No part of the dis
ease remains." M. F. Bahnsen's
drug store -
Torn to Pieces by Alligator.
Houston, Tex., May SZ.X report
comes from Crockett, Tex., that while
two younir men were fishing in the
Nechcs riVLT, twenty-seven miles from
there, their canoe was att.v:ked by alli
gators and broken up and the young; men
:orn to nieces by the brutes. The mother
it one of the boys witnessed the tragedy
from the bank.
tha Baby waa sv-k, we pawber Caatorav
When she was a CbiM, she cried f or Castors.
Whew she bnrame Visa, sb clang to Castorav.
Vfeaa aha bad Cliitdres. aba case tbcsn Ti a-sa.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castor. a.
Children Cry for
Children Cry for
n. p. v. csMsvirxriox .
rtaUlmers Jaly 10 to SI. 1KU5
There is only one route to Balti
more combining the best railwav ser
vice with the most interesting'scen
ery and historical associations. It is
the Chesapeake &OiiioR'y. via Wash
ington, "the Rhine, the Alps and
the Battlefield Una of America"
along the great Kanawha river,
through New River canons, along the
Greenbrier, crossing the AHegtiany
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
tare 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. ii. P. A., C. & O. R y., Cincin
Rammer Tours via His Four Bout
To Put-in-Bay, Lake Chautauqua,
Niagara Falls," Thousand IsIauJs,
Adirondacks. Lake Champlain. St.
Lawrence River. Montreal. White
Mountains. Fabyans, Green Moun
tains, Near Kagland resorts. New
York, Boston and all seaside resorts.
Knickerbocker Special,"-.Sou ih wes
tern Limited'1 finest trains in Aiuer
ica from St. Louis. Peoria. Indianap
oli.t, Cincinnati, Dayton. Springfield.
Ctdunibiis, Cleveland, l'.u !Tet parlor
cars, Wagner buffet sleeping cars,
library and cafe oars, dining cars.
Tourist rates in elTeet during the
summer. E. O. McCormick,
D. B. Martin, Pass. Traffic Mgr.
Gen'l Pass. & T'k't Agt.
Her cti els are like the ro-es.
Her brow it l-y white;
And wt U 1 know the rc&aftn,
the ta.eK Parks' Tea each nf(lbt,
Sbe'ii ftnmtf an'l well ;ni h'.p,'y, loo.
Her free i clear ard hrlht.
And 'atiibmjly she tc'li t .eru:e,
"1 take Parks' l ea each hihU"
Sold by Ilartz & Ullemcyer.
Nearly every one rentnres a tonic
blood medicine in tho sprint. There
i9 nothing bo good us Foley's 50c
Sarsapariila. M. F. Bahusen's drug
Consumers cf cfcswinjtolaccovvlD
arcwifejto a Ifrile more
lie price diagsd fortle ordinsg
trade tokecos. will find this
brand superior b all other
BEWARE Of IMITATIONS.
lis What it is named
It is nnt a !rr.al f liow tht a bii-vc'e l
cumins', bat hn AID, nrnirnizsd by such
ri rs a H. r. St arle, wh says: J
ticntlt me1- I he jrsr nihed my sec
ond rt-co d beakins trip frtcu I'hirao to
New I n-d your iMn p on a:l my
n't-' t rims. me:mee runr. nrau :etd
i'n mi'es ;-r h nr in trie diir. I ,k
VrtnP8k' th: fast Tle nr
p-end d 'l:it nbrtal wa ei aolfd lt
chrain wi'.h the nsi f yunr tam". I ns-d sc
your lamp hecau-e I con:d red it the he I iL
In the world t :a-. and it La fnr ex- ' k
ceertid my expecta tions' onrs, very
tmlv, II. P SEAIiLS.'
PoiNTii or crrr.ntor.iTT over c' ryot! er
T.aniern midr: i' Linl dmf! inm li
NTtrs. tliirns kemsrs rii nnrr.ix- d.
VUme a snintely a jut.taTfe (b -et
screw Yi kd and li:tited fr-n onts'de.
eara DncToaV Bills, backed shins,
sailed cil.i"R. ard in a s s rliitjr. wueu
there is Ibe twt konre a pleasure.
Dnn'T r lri.TrD h h nc a cheip
1 ant miffcred )oa wh b may piss
rxmiti'y one t hirrctemnc, lut tn-lf t o n
having tbe Sech Lii:tit. wru h will ts
delieercd f re . if riir dealer wrtt eop
p'e ton. iur Uie price, ft Circular free,
BRIDGEPORT BRASS CO.
J A Jj Tkuu. rs. ikW A
i prufeJ and i-ain 'l m,nrrt,s-
i for ail feait- it rviri!;ir.t.es.
f Crr. rdRVli1 "'anio 1 r jwr
Insist rn brin Ti". Zfl"ll
rrtn Tit :ta MCrri 2n-.i)
TaamyteC wiB 4 P.O. Bam. ja.5.t
For alc by Ilartz UlleoifTrr. H th tr.
ar -hlehease Fnllh Wasaswd Bi
.Art. aiv rudte. LSOti. W
I"vrlW Sy CXi'htf.tr m a4 THm
vi-ji b;. rttrfM. rji.
kJ orijuwi. . I'm.-! n. or tMii te.
la Ma:r. 5- wtr.lt-1, itftiawdt kuj
ReUef IWr l..." bore. Wt retarm
MAIL. IlkWHI nUM:l. MMnftf.
SM ay an Us bnuvu.
From every tobneco chewer is wanted
as to the merits of
All good judges cf chewing tobacce
have thus far been unanimous in pro
nouncing it the best iu quality, the
most delicious i-t flavor, the best in
every way. It's Lorillard's.
Ask the dealer for it.
Harper's Theatre, - .
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
Thursday Evening, May 23
ST. ANTHONY'S BENEFIT
A Merry Carnival.
Famili .r and Traditional Rbynjcs in Char
acter and Co name.
Dirt clicn of Jliss Helen G Tripp
Admission 50 end 3d cents.
Sunday, May 26. .
BASE BALL GAME,
Boats leave Diamond Joe landing every half
boar. Fare, including gjme, 25c for round trip.
Twenty-First Street Addition
Fine Residehce Lots in this
addition For Sale on
This addition i-i located be
tween Twentieth and Twenty-second
streets and Tenth
and Twelfth avenues, and
nearly every lot in it has
upon it a fine walnut, elm,
hackberry, or other large
tree, tnd is already provid
ed wtth abundant shale.
These lots are in the vury
best part of the city, and
the most desirable for resi
dence purpose of any lots in
the city. Apply to
M. M. STURGEON,
Boon 21, Hitchell & Lynda Elocf
O O O O aaV
O O O O o o
21S tnd 215 West Second Street.
High Class Seeds
Of all kinds suitable for the
most critical market Gar
eners and Truckers.
CLOVEa and GRASS
Seeds of all kinds.
We carry a complete Stock
of tbe Celebrated , ,
"PLANET, JR,n TOOLS.
Send for Catalogue whole
State Savings Bank,
Molixe, III., Office Corner
Fifteenth St. and Third Ave.
CAPITAL Sioo.ooo.oo '
"nccees the Kolina Sawingf Bank
4 Per CentJnUrest '
Paid on Deposits
Oren!ied rniet State I aw.
Open from I I. a. to I p. n. and
ednesoay ana Saiorday night from
Pobtbb SKiasaB, - - President
Hnui Oaaxnta, . Vice President
C F Haunt war, . . Cashier
Poutsb SKtinrca. Utaaa DiaLiso.
It U Aikswobtu, Gao II iDtriani,
C F Haw ex wat; C A Boss,
I i CB Aumwoctb, W B Adams,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
tado iur private parties w Uie sariin
t-H off vbu Vrrst y the
o.' DttCUAHO, NESHAalLA.
K. W. Uut, President
J. 8. llaar Cashier.
a'.'rrhe'l A Ljar!e, Bankers.
t. . Kobuisuu, Caahior KucJr Island National
O.C. Carter, V. D.
leiiry Dart's Sena, Wholoeaic Groer.
rkerMiTmfwt-ie. irl .
Wholesale Dealer and Importer of
Wines and Liquors.
1616 and 1618 Third Are
The only aggressive reform
paper in this section. Free
sample copies sent to any
address on application.
Subscription price (1.00
per year. "Our Populist"
Publishing Co., 1321 Second
avenue, Rock Island, 111.
mm B&i icons
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days For Gen
tlemen From 2 p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sundaya the
rooms will tie open from 7 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with hath
John Voile 5c Co,
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
Elding, Flooring, Wainscoatlnf
Sth street, bat 4ih sad Ith awe
to tfii rflwisj
treat la rirt pcijment Itt h'jth mui Acce
ticycie. walfSi ire acyl them on ftp prural. No
w-r d'me nsul la bh.jUe arrtaa and urovea
sai hi ariiirj
: Young Ladies
Tfboesorjrlris eTTly thennnstts) waSfaaosB
ACME CYCLE COiTPANY,
TM N.RTAIRBANR COMPANY"
To the People of
Rock Island and Vicinity
Spring has come, and with it the Iartiest 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 sucli a variety of fine goods been
shown. These goods are now open to your in
spection, and you are invited to see them.
Adams Wall Paper Company,
310. 312 and 314 Twentieth street.
BBATIK3 AND VKST1LATINQ KNUIKKKUS.
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
1 12 and 114 W. 17th street.
Five Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral on Real Estate Security.
J M BrFORti, President.
JntiM CHrnai-oit. Ire Piesldent.
P OKElawiT. Carhier.
Began hnslncs July 8. ttfJii, a"d occupy tbe
S. K. tor. M itchell A Lyude's new building.
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, NO: S821 SIXTH AVENUE,
Shop on Vina street, BOCK ISLAND
I -X -ivV I a .
Duck Suit like cat in a!l colors $'.43
Other nobby styles fl.M, tl.95
111 West Second Street
nf.rr vvft-, -f
Incorporated Under the
C F Lynde,
II P Hull.
E W llnrst,
J at Bnford.
JaCKSoa A ilcaer. Solicitors.
It is conceded bj all who view our
handsome Milliner that we
are leaders in this line. Hand
somer, more stvlish Millinery
at such reasonable prices is
nowhere to be found.
May Sale of Capes
And Silk Waists
We are not allowing prices to
stand in the way of oar clear
leg sale, profits not consid
ered. Rapid sales is our only
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