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THE AflGUS, SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1895.
j You ice them everywhere.
Model 40 Columbia
Pattern 1 Hartford
Columbiaa They almost
COLUMBIA LEADS THEM ALL.
Pounds. feP ,l0
COLUMBIA, OLDEST FACTORY IN THE COUNTRY,
The Pope Manufacturing Co. compelled all high grade
wheels to come down to their price, $100: will also carry
a line of Hartford cycles, manufactured by the Pope
Manufacturing Co., and Crescents, made by the Western
Wheel Works the largest wheel factory in the world.
CHAS. Mc HUGH.
1S20 Second Avenue. -
Fir Pf r Cent Interest Paid on Dcpos.ts.
Money Loaned on Personal Co lateral or. Reall state Security.
J M Brrnnn, PreMrnt.
P C DliEa.Kl. Vlee President.
P Uuuiwut, Caehier.
Bvrsn tnHiwM July, isan. mad ereapy the
8. It. cur. Vitchell Lrade s new building.
I rMMfm Alts iai:t
Korea, Knlxm 1 hp
IsOe. iJrujv.rt!! or by r, 1. ZXI
IV Val 1 I a.T-6Tt.xaaa. JaA
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riE IHAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
Bicycle beauty comes
from graceful lines and
fine finish, in which points
Columbia bicycles excel
But there is more than
mere looks to recommend
a Columbia. Back of the
handsome design and elegant
finish is a sterling quality
that over the roughest
road and the longest
journey will carry the
rider with safety and satis
faction. Buy a
or a HARTFORD
Send two 3-cfitt Stamps for B
Columbia Catalog; frtt if
jo call at a Columbia Agm&.
- - - Rock Island
Incorporated Under the
C F Lynde.
H P Ball.
E W Rant,
w fl iMmkmaaa,
i M Bulord,
Jackkox Ui'BsT, Solid'on.
nwa taw y ir WCN
smatiM. Uenlel M2f "Slil
mil. ad Tee 'ARvjjDl
M Wanes at. I.
Joslin. March 27. Mr a. B. F.
Hubbart, of Fulton, and Mrs. S. Rob
inson, of Morrison, are visiting; with
. M. llobhart and family.
George Thompson, of Liun, 111., an
extra man as telegraph operator,
serred one day at Justin Thurs
day lost, Mr. Hubbart being called
away to Rock Island. j
W. E. Miller, who has taught school
this vicinity for several terms.
has obtained a situation as clerk
pon a steamboat for the corning
season. Salary SCO per month.
Monday last the McConocbie
Bros., oi Rock Inland, came to Joslin
by train to transact. business in con
ueclion with their farm. They re
turned to Rock. Island by train in
Prof. Murphy, of Astoria, one of
onr old teachers, arrived at Joslin
Friday evening last. He is mak
ing a short visit with his old time
friend. C. M. Hubbart. He left
Charles Beck, of Kingman, Kan.,
writes that they are now experienc
ing some very severe weather, in
fact are having quite a blizzard of
snow. Although he wrote several
weeks ago that he was getting ready
to make garden, plant potatoes and
Dr. Talmige in his last sermon
preached from the teat. "What there
fore God has joined together let no
man put asunder and said that in one
county of the state of Illinois, in ODe
year there were 833 divorces granted.
Bat of course be did not say that it
in Kock island county.
There was a large attendance at
Frank Filbert's funeral. Rev. Wil-
iam Baker, an old friend, whose
birthday happened upon the same
day as Mr. Filbert's, preached the
funeral sermon. Sir. Filbert was
born in Saxony, Germany, in 1820.
Fie moved to Pennsylvania at tbeage
of 14; came west in the spring of '65.
settling in Rock Island county. Mrs.
rilbcrt, who is a sister to Dave Ma
larkev, is still living. Eight chil
dren have been born to the family.
three of whom are dead, and five are
living. Mr. Filbert has two sisters
living in Pennsylvania. Mrs. Fil
bert and family return their thanks
to neighbors and friends for their
kindness during Mr. Filbert's sick
ness and the funeral.
In an article written to the Port
Byron Globe entitled -Old Times On
the Mississippi1 by J. D. Barnes, I
find the following statement: "One
of the first symptoms of cholera is a
squamish feeling then your linger
nails begin to have a bloish cast, and
witnont waiting lor lurtncr develop
ments powerful remedies should be
resorted to at once, and, there is
nothing better than good brandy or
whisky. In answer to which 1 wish
to give a little of my own experience,
In December, 184, l sailed from
Liverpool. England, to New Orleans.
We bad 400 passengers, and 1 no
ticed one was intoxicated when he
came on board, and after being at
sea a few days, he took sick, and died
or tnat terrible disease cnolera.
The disease spread among the
passengers nntil we had thrown 35
overboard 29 passengers, live sail
ors and the captain. Now then, I
would state further, that everyone
who took the disease, died, with the
exception of myself and a gentleman
who was my traveling companion;
and there was not one of these pas
sengers, sailors, or even the captain
who did not take the remedies
brandy or whisky as suggested by
Mr. Barnes. The gentleman above
mentioned and myself were the only
two who recovered from the disease.
and who were the only two who were
abstainers from intoxicating drinks,
and the only persons who availed
themselves of the same remedy, viz
wet-sheet pack and drinking freely
of cold water, which produced pro
fuse perspiration and gave lmmedi
ate relief. Multum in Parvo.
Coal Vallev, March 27. P. Mc
Kee is building a large barn 40x60
near the sand mound. F. C. Killing
is aomg ine woric.
Miss Minnie Martin finished her
school in Cable and is here at her
Miss Cece'ea Jenrgens and Miss Ida
S. Nelson visited at Taylor Ridge
The township auditors met on the
Zbth and andited all claims and de
mands presented, and found a bal
ance of 32D.
The soheitors to secure means to
engage the services of Rev. C II
Brown for the ensuing year in the
Presbyterian church, have been out
but one afternoon and have met with
unprecedented success and feel they
win sncceea in ineir enort.
ibe rrimitive Metnodist young
folks are preparing lor an entertain
ment. iney nave ineir arrange
ments about completed.
The funeral of Mrs. C. N. Barton
was held Thursday last at Benlah.
The I. O. O. T. order and I. O. O. F.
Rebecca lodge, of which the deceased
was a member, were present. A
very long procession came from
Cable, and a large crowd assembled
at the cemetery. Services in the
church were conducted by Revs.
Evans and Edwards, of Cable, and
the sitters at the grave.
One evening last week Ilerman
Hints, of Coal Valley, and Miss Lace.
of Kock river, were returning from
aince at miuam Colvin a. It was
past midnight. The strap that held
back the bogsry broke. The horse
commenced kicking. Miss Lace
jumped out, and in the fall broke her
collar bona at the shoulder joint,
which will be a long time mending.
besides other braises. Hints
not much hurt. Dr. 'Myers Is attend
ing the lady. He states that in time
she will be all right.
Miss Lizzie Garland, of Coal Val
ley, and Mr. Bingham, of Bowling
township, were married last Thurs
day. . It was kepi so quiet that but
few knew of it till the event was
past, They were married in Rock
Island, and the next day moved the
bride's furniture to their home near
the camp ground. The bride is a
daughter of the late Joseph Gar
land, and was born and raised
in Coal Valley. She has been
teaching for the last six months in
Rural, and is a lady of culture. She
will be missed in society. The groom
has lived in the country not far from
here for a number of 'years, is a re
spectable young man and the union
will be a happy one. which is the
wish of their many friends.
South Heights, March 27. F. B.
Shaw has sold his property up here
to Fritz Gottsch, the consideration
Robert Boggess is sick with an at
tack of pneumonia.
H. K. Walker is beautifying his
honse by the addition of a porch.
Henry Harrison has so far recov
ered as to be able to be at his work
again a portion of each day.
Misses Jennie Wood and Ida Bjwen
visited at the Orphans' Home in Dav
enpor, Thursday afternoon.
School will probably close Fri
day for a week's vacation, and both
rooms will unite and have exercises.
Peter Kraft has begun digging a
celler for his new house, corner of
Nineteenth avenue and Seventeenth
Miss Jennie Petcher, who is em
ployed in the sewing room at the
Orphans' Home in Davenport, spent
Sunday with friends here.
Misses Jennie and tlla tree burg.
of Preemption, were here Tuesday
looking at property with a view of
buying and locating here.
Ibe south Heights school closed
yesterday afternoon with exercises
by the children which consisted of
singing by a number of girls, recita
tions and compositions by pupils oi
both rooms. Those neither absent
or tardy during the month of March
were: Room No. 1, Miss S. L. Jam
eson, teacher, Charlie Liepelt, Her
man Spitznas. Room No. 2, Miss
Jennie Dickman, teacher, Mary
Wahlheim. George Weinberger, Harry
Kalshta f the Maccabees.
Ibe state commander writes us
from Lincoln, Neb., as follows: "Af
ter trying other medicines for what
seemed to be a very obstinate cough
in our two children, we tried Dr.
King's New Discovery, and at the
end of two days the cough entirely
left them. We will not be without
it hereafter, as our experience proves
that it cures where all other reme
dies fail." Signed F. W. Stevens,
state Commander. W hy not give
this great medicine a trial, as it is
guaranteed, and trial bottles are
free at Harts & Ullemever's drug
store? Regular size 60 cents and f 1.
IT HAT DO AS MUCH FOK YOU.
Fred Miller, of Irving, 111., writes
that he had a severe kidney trouble
lor many years, witn severe pains in
his back and also that his bladder
was affected. He tried many so
called kidney cures, but without any
good result. About a year ago
be 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 larcre
bottle. At Ilartz & Ullemeyer's drug
BUCKLER'S ARNICA 8ALTK.
The best salve in the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all sain
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. or sale dv uartsds miemever.
la the Interest of Farmers.
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 tree from tne extremes of
heat and cold, and where the best
markets of America are within easy
The "Farm News'1 of SDrinirfield
Ohio, has planned a half-rate land-
seekers' excursion to Virginia to
leave Cincinnati at 7 p. m., April 2.
They will be received by the governor
of Virginia and commissioner of ag
riculture, me latter conducting tbem
tnrougn tne state. At every stopping
place committees have been appoint
ed to take them in hand with a view
of showing them every phase of aeri
cultural life in Virginia. No other
trip under such favorable auspices
can possiuiy oe made, special lo
rates have been made at all hotels.
Send your name to Excursion De
partment, farm ews, Springfield
Ohio, or address C. L. Truitt. G. T.
P. A., Cincinnati. Ohio.
HBoal Baby Ba Whaaay
Isa-Kya si a t stye," naturally ripened and
freavfroni all foreign navor and adulMraastaar-
aateed para and over e tavern years of age.
enaad to tas ceanoUstsj as a aaniliuitons srnv
cle worthy of the con Sri1 ance of la valid, eoava-
leseeata and the apsd. Sea that oar
blown m bottle. SUM per quart bottle.
"KOTAL BUSY" POET WI
pore, old and msUow, therefore tost adapted for
invrnJlds. coeval i snail sad the asvd. It
lost vitality, creatrs strength and appstita, bolldi
an the weak and debt! luted. tuara, SI. Plate.
Oceana. Fat op on honor and guaranteed bv
ROYAL WIXX, OO, Chi'
' THC markets.
Hew Vera. FtaaaeiaL
Skw Yor. March
Money oa rail nominally per cent.
Prune mercantile paper par cent. Ster
ling exchange quiet and steady, with actual
boaineai in banacra' billa at 4tatSJW for de
mand and 4tfedidc44 for sixty daya; posted
ratra 4ft34l and 4Sa&tlfti; oumnien ial
Silver certiflcatea. St tad; no sales: baraU
er,4. Mexican dollars, ft
United State government bonds steady:
asw ' rear. do conpoua, UU; fi's reg.
ft'a coupons, 11&H: 's reg. 11IM: 4's
coupons, US)K ' reg. si bid; faeiflc 'a ot
VS. 1UU bid.
vaaaag CMana mm rrsdaoe.
CaicAoo. March SS.
Following were the quotatioa on the
Boari ot Trade today : Wheat March.
opened Mc closed 0440; May, opened bbna.
ciuaod 55ij; July, opened 5HrJ closed b?fea
Uurn March, numiual. oUued 4iac; May.
opened 4tyftA closed ittc: Ju.y. opened atAso,
closed 4H . Unts-May. opened Hx. closed
Sfac; Juue. oueued closed aao; Juty,
opeued ?sc cloaed 2VJc. 1 'ork May. opened
tliii, ckMed 1.4,'b; Jo'y. opened $ I
closed U.r. Lard May, opened W7,
Produce: Batter Extra creamery, ate per
lbs extra dairy, 13c; fresh packiug stoca.
ttc Eggs Fresh stock, loss od HHio per
dozen. Live Poultry Chickens, "HiiSo perl;
turaeys, &llc; ducks, iUiatlle; fceeaa.
&M per dozen. Potatoes Burbanna, fair to
choice, &miI per busnel; Hjurona, Sttftiec;
rVerlesa, eSSesc; mix-d stock, 53 Se.-d
stock Early Ohio, rSa, swaet PoUtoaa
lilinuu, common to choice. H.W-io per
bbL Cransberriei Jerseyj, J3Ud3 Wper box.
App es Fair to choice, ti.dttfrl.:5 por bbL
Houey White clove '. t-ibsectious. new stock,
UIHlShUc; broken comb, UiuiiSo; dark comb,
pjur packages, 8c; strained California. Jc
Cktoago Live 8 took.
Chicago. M irch 8.
Live Stock Prices at the Union Stock
yards today ranged as follows: Ujga Esti
mated receipts for the day 18,0 W; aaies ranged
at f&7j&4.70 pirs. Uldv4.l U.'bt, $l.7J;i.4-W
rough packing. S4.7JO&.1U mixed, aud 4.a
5.2 1 heavy packing and shipping lota.
Cattle Estimated reoeiuts for the day
4.0JU; quotations ranged at I iXi0.4o choice
to ext. a shipping steers, $i.3i.j good to
choice ditto, M.WK&V.S.) fair to gojd, t4.2udi.tsa
common t j medium ditto, U.UK&lSi butchers'
steers, S. '.753.8 1 fctockers, $L9U&.& feeders.
SL71.)oow-, flZVOJ hirers. 91.u03t.74
bulls, aj.uuaS.3J Texas t-rj, ani tl.Sti4LS.iJ
Bh.-cp Estimated receipts for the day
10 '; enka ranted at ?.7&Lt)U westerns,
i.YUjJI.Ji Tjxas, $J.UUjU.U) natives, aud fiau
The Local Markets,
Com new, 2C.
Usr Ttitioirv. tirctfll: milsnd. I92S1C:
run. atiu; sioagu aouav ; dbicu, .
nun Ann vsasTABLaa.
onions SOc per Do.
Botter Fair to choice. lCc; fresh cream
err SO .
Egm Fresa, 100.
Poultry Chickens, Sc; turkeys, Tc
Cattle Butchers ray for corn fed atee-a
VJt8 ' cows and heifers, "tt&4i ; calves
Spring lamb; SSOS8 a heal.
Coal "oft, 10c
Wood S&60 per cord.
Wool 13c per pound.
When Baby was sick, we rare ber Caatoria.
When she was a Child, aba cried for Caataraa,
When aba became Miss, aha dung to Castorhv
When aha had Children, she gave them
Children Cry for
Or DebUitatad Wo
Tome properties, CCHJII I an. m
52SL"fs." ".s: rtJilnLC g
uciiiuuiUUCUMUi anw. awa a gan axm na. aFw,
system by driving throuvh the proper
channel all imnuriliea. Health and strength
S are guaranteed to result from its use.
It wire, who ws beitrMUen Tor eienieen as
months, after u.in aaiartsura raiiU aio.
U1UK TOr TWO HHHIUli W BHH
bl jUHSSun, nsivera, ars.
SaM Sy sU Dtssoas M Slat ear Sent.
BRaDFIBLD RBdULaTOR CO..Atlants,Os.
Joian Voile 5c Co,
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
Siding, Flooring. Wainseoating
Ith atreet. bat 4th and sth avs
OTHERS, Do Yon Know tlsat rarerxiric,
Batemaa'a ITcps, Godfrey's Cordial, many srxaitcd toothing Syrcps, and
most remedies for children are composed uf o4unt or morj-hinc ?
Be Tow Know that opium and morphine are stuiefjinc narcotic roiaons t
VJo Tea Kbovt that In most countries druggists ere not pcrruittel to sell narcotics
without labeling them pobuu ?
P Yfm Kafrxr that yoo obcnld not pennit any medicine to be given your chad
arnicas you or your physiciaa knew cf trbat It Is compose! f
Jto Tow Know that Castoria is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a UX ot
tta ingredients is published with every bottle ?
Po Ton KnowthatrtetorlafatheiareatJintlonof the famcus Kr.SamucI rttcher.
That it has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castoria is now Bold then
of all other remedies for children combined 1
Pa Tow Know that the Fatent Office Department of the. United States, and of
other countries, have issued exclusive right to Dr. pitcher and his assigns to use the word
"Castoria'' and its formula, and that to imitate theu is a state prison offense t
PTw Know that one of the reasons fur cranling this coremment protoctionvrss
because Castoria had been proven to be abaoluteiy hnxmlestT
Po Ton Knew that 35 average doses ot Castoria are furnished' for 35
eonrtn, or one cent a dose t
Po Ton Kno Tthat when poRiesjcd of this perfect preparation, your children may
be kept well, and that oe may have unbroken rest f
Wall, the things aw worth knowing. They are facta.
Children Cry for
Sold by Henry Dart's Sons,
T F. BURKE,
- 4; c?s, --- f
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ns -v-i ..lAirc f una. - . j .1 -i
ell ATOUNDTIIE WCRLfiJJ I fyS
Steam and Gas Fitters.
Rock Island Keating
and Plumbing Co.
Hot Water Heating
119-121 E. 17th St,
Rock Island. 111. Tel. No. 1288
cole Agent fur the Faraaa.
All kin of carpenter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
T. F. Bosanau. Tjsi nokan-Fieu
Plumbers, Steam, Gaa Fitters.
Honse Heating- and Sanitary Pin re bine. Basement Kock Island Nat. Bank
83CAliaes neels a reliable. month:y, ncclstisg merllelse. Only harntUainaai
the purest drop iheuid tic bsbj. Vjaa want the best, get
Dr. Peal's (Pennyroyal Pills
Tbev are prompt, safe at4
auiat. Bant any where,
For sale by T. II. Thomas. Dmppist. sole ajrent. RrH:k Island. 111.
Clock Pprinff Kladc
Only rerfect Corab.
Ask your Dealer for
Bee our name p., ibe handle. ftFCUfi CCUI
LATKST NOVKLTUS IN
IW mE GO!
Oah as aaasT at
1:. F. DOIIN,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 SECOND AVE
Harpar Hnoaj H'oclr
by MORSE BROS.
J CANTON. MA!
Wholesale Grocers. Kock Island.
Sec. and Trcas
General Jobbing crrec on abort notice
and satisfaction ua ran lead
eertaic In rasclt. The rc-:vJneDr. Pest's) awerda
., Addnau iaA Kuuil Cetf UavUsnd, ,
Spring Curry Comb
Rod as a Tinztiu Th crrcrv Curve. Tht-
Vf 1 bv U. l. Anr.v and bv Earnam anJ
end Lcadirr; llorsctncn cf the World.
It. Sample mailed oust caid 2c ccr:.
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