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THIS ACQUfl. WEDNESDAY, J A N UAH T 29. 1030.
JOTTINGS FROM JOSLIN. I MANY SLEIGHING PARTIES.
Than E ver!
We respectfully call your attention to the
fact that we have reduced the prices on
many articles in our stock to prices lower
than they were ever offered at before.
We must sell the goods now, and we
make the prices so low that they will go'
with a rush,
What They Cost.
You are cordially invited to inspect our
bargains. It would require a half page
in this paper to mention all the bargains
was poultry day at Joslin, Messrs.
Donnahej and Filbert being the ship
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99c Ladies patent Kid Tip 99P
Call at once while sizes are complete.
WRIGHT & BARBER
1704 Second Ave.
1 at lataseal tram
Ead at tke Ceaatv,
Joslut, Jan. 19. Thursday
1. 1.. LXompton nas aoout tnirty
tons of hay for sale that was put up
in good condition.
It seems wonderful for the time of
the year that so many eggs are being
brought into both our Tillage stores.
Saturday evening last there was an
oyster supper at the Woodman hall
for the benefit of the Joslin Sunday
School, $18 being taken in.
It is a matter ol surprise with our
citizens that there should be so
much sickness, considering the very
fine winter weather we have been
About a car load 01 farm imple
ments have been received already
by Donnahey & Filbert, and they
say their prospects are bright lor
the sale of binders and mowers the
Henry Mold and almost every
member of the family are down sick.
They sent to Bock Island for their
daughter, Mary, who came up Sun
day evening to render them neces
sary assistance. Dr. Block is in
Thursday last an amusing little
incident transpired. As the morning
freight rolled into the station one of
our young men was seen to emerge
from either between or underneath
the cars with a erin upon his face.'
He had stolen a ride from Hilltdale
and felt good over it. However,
when the conductor came along, he
asked the young man if he hadn't
come by the train, who replied he
had. The conductor then crabbed
his hat, the young man becoming the
laugning stock: 01 tne crowd. Alter
the fun had lasted some little time.
the conductor returned the hat, say
ing he would advise him not to re
peat the experiment.
MULTCM IN rAEVO.
All the Ladies Welt Shoes for
e must make room for our spring lines,
and to move our Welt Gocds quick
have pfaced the price within the reach of
all. No reserve. Our SJ.OO, $7.50 and
in this sale. Step in
can do for you.
$4.00 shoes all go
and see what we
Cordova, Jan. 28. C. B. Mar
shall, of Bock Island, called on friends
A lew oi our merchants are putting
up ice tnis week.
Mrs. James Tew is visiting at
Thompson this week.
Mrs. J. Huffunm visited last
week with relatives at Fulton.
Mrs. William Olniger visited rela
tives at toilets station last week.
Mr. and Mrs. 1). J. Forsythe re
turned last week from Beemer, Neb.
Charles Phillips has opened a har
ness shop at his old place on Main
Mr. and Mrs. E. Gardner are spend
ing a few davs with L. H.Gardner
Mr. land Mrs. Lewis Cool returned
Sunday, after a visit with relatives at
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cool lett
Tuesday for a week's visit with
friends at Chicago.
A. S. Haynes and son, W. H.
Haynes, have purchased the meat
market formerly owned by E. H
Mrs. Eliza Marshall departed Sat
urday for Milwaukee, where she was
called by tbe illness of her daughter.
Mrs. j. w. sexton.
The union meetings which have
been in progress the past two weeks.
closed Monday evening. Bev. Alford
will continue his meetings at the M.
E.. church the coming week.
Coal Valley, Jan. 28 Mrs. Marv
Martin is visiting friends at Hamp
Ex-Supervisor Nay lor's condition is
Mrs. George Wilson is recovering
siowiy irom ner recent illness.
Mrs. V iiiiam Cook has gone to Ca
ble to stay with her daughter, Mrs.
Sleighing is fair along the country
roads, but these days are making
tne snow vanish rapidly.
William laui visited in cable last
week. He went over on his wheel,
but returned in a sleigh.
The tax collector has three 25-cent
bills of the 1874 series which he re
ceived from an old German lady.
Miss Etta Barton entertained a
company of young friends on the
evening of the 23d, the occasion be
ing her birthday anniversary.
I here will be a union meeting of
the Young People's Endeavor socie
ties of Buelah and Coal Valley Sun
day evening. An entertaining pro.
gram has been arranged and an in
terestmg meeting is expected.
Malta Yaaieelf Straas
If you would resist' pneumonia.
bronchitis, typhoid lever, ana per
sistent coughs and colds, these ills
attack the weak and run down the
system. They can find no foothold
where tne blood is kept pure, rich
and full of vitality, the appetite good
and digestion vigorous, witn tiooa s
Sarsaparilla, the one true blood pur
Hood's pills cure liver ills, consti
pation, biliousness, iaundice, sick
For Ova Fifty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used lor children teething, it
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea.
Twenty-live cents a bottle.
'Tis true; Foley's Honey and Tar is
the best cough medicine. For sale
at M. F. Bahnsen's drug store.
Children Cry for
Last Meat Air
Mtrng Wlta Telee aad Tta Hon.
Sleighing parties made the city
ring with merriment in all directions
last night. Old Sol had been playing
havoc with the snow the past few
days and yesterday his burning rsys
rendered the cotton-like article down
to slush ' and water, which got to
gether in an icy mass last evening.
Those desirous of a sleigh ride saw
their opportunity rapidly vanishing
and were prone to expect nothing
but mud by the time darkness
crowded in on the morrow. So it
seemed as if everyone got out last
night. There were all kinds of
sleighing parties organised some in
the old .fashioned and others in the
more genteel manner. The crowd
out for a time and desirous of let
ting everyone know it sailed up and
down the 'thoroughfares penetrating
the still night with noisy tin horn.
But no one objected. All were
enjoying themselves. And the old
oox witnout any seats . carried
another happy flock who were con.
tent with huddling up together on
the bottom of tbe box with straw
for cusions. Then the hack with
side seats was out, too. An occa
sional crowd perched upon a hay
rack would glide along the avenue
hooting and cheering and having a
good time. In fact they were out
last night in all manners, and sleigh
ing parties bid fair to be more pop
ular tban in late years this season,
providing the man in charge of the
beautilul does the square thing.
27 Estate of Edward L. Zeitschel.
Proof of death and petition for pro
bate of will and letters testamentary
filed. Will admitted to probate.
Bond of Carlos A. Zeitschel filed and
approved and letters testamentary
issued to mm. ueorge k. Brown,
John Hinderer and William Mosher
zs Estate oi Christian Bigler.
Widow's relinquishment and selec
tion filed and approved and order
turning over to widow property so
selected by her.
Estate of John McGeer. Inven
torv, appraisement bill aud widow's
award filed and approved.
Estate ot bebastian Tiueber. Claim
of A. U. Wendt heard and allowed at
Mia. Bodjreia hai ao lelgen.
Empty wen bar too;
. Xssiistafr admitting
'," Wu tl a keM of suae,,
VrteS aa Avcn want seat Say
Twenty-two t taraed in;.
See Adams' new ad.
Read "An Artist in Crime" on
Drink CarseA Ohweiler'a
ale and be healthy.
The East End Euchre clnb was en
tertained last evening by Mr. and
Mrs. E. G. Fraser at their delightful
South Bock Island Jiome.
The $50,000 libel suit of Bev. A.
. Bundahl against the Angustana
Book Concern, of this city, was de
cided yesterday at St. Paul in favor
ot the defendant.
The Jolly Octavo Cinch club met
with Mr. and Mrs. Will Pratt, 1218
Third avenue, last evening. Mrs.
Joseph Scherrer and Will Psssig
captured the first prises and Mis
Etta Schneider and Charles Arnold
the consolation prizes.
Tomorrow evening's lecture at
the Christian association auditorium
on the subject of "Gumption and
Grit." by Dr. Lyman B. Sperry,
promises to be a rare treat to the
overs of wise, witty and scientific dis
cussion. Dr. Sperry has appeared
in all the prominent cities under the
auspices - of the Young Men's Chris
tian association and has received
dniversal endorsement of the press
and people. The admission tomor
row evening will be ao cents.
In going through the effects of his
father, the late Quincy McNeil, Ar
thur McNeil has unearthed an issue
"uur Kegiment, a little paper
puDiisned Dy Mai. Mcseu during tne
war and while he was a member of
the 13th Illinois volunteers. The
paper is dated at Camp Bolla, Mo.,
July 22, 1861. It is a S-column
quarto and contains many little
items concerning the people and do
ings of the 13th regiment. On the
beading is this quotation: "The
American Union. It must be pre
served." On the head of the editor
ial colum it says: 'Our Kegiment is
published by the typos of tbe Ktth
now and then."
27 Etta M. Martin to Eric Oker.
berg, lot 16, block 4, Columbia Park,
South Moline, f300.
F. Weyerhauser to Frank Naylor,
lots 6. 7, 8. 9, 10, 11,12, 13 and 14,
block 3, old town of Coal Vallev,
Licensed to wad.
27 Henry C. Bieck, Miss Hulda
28 James Waddell, Hillsdale, Miss
Emma A. Genung, Coe.
George A. Smith, Preemption,
miss uarrie Chsser, Reynolds.
29 Harry Johnston, Miss tier
ence Far well. Preemption.
Charles O. Johnson, Opheim, Miss
Ana a. awanson, Andover.
Stone Coatract Asm Lot.
Yesterday afternoon in Davenport
Frank P. Blair, of the Davenport &
bock isiana construction company
closed the contract with John A.
Green, of Stone City, for the stone
tor tne new bridge. The contract
calls for about 6.000 cubic vards of
stone all told. The vast majority of
this will come from Stone City, 'but
sdoui ow cudic yards will be oi Hid
nesota granite, and will come from
the granite quarries at St. Cloud
Electric Bitters is a medicine suit
ed for any season, but perhaps more
generally wnen tne languid ex
nausted feeling prevails, when the
liver is torpid and sluggish and the
need of a tonic and alterative is felt.
A prompt use of this medicine has
often averted long and perhaps fatal
uuious levers. No medicine will act
more surely in counteracting and
freeing the system from the malarial
poison. Headache, indigestion, con
stipation. dizziness yield to Electric
bitters. 50c and tl per bottle at
Harts Ullemeyer's drug store.
TnrBlaa- the Tables.
A professor who once took with him
to an appointment a favorite stndent
thought to test the youna: man. He was
to take the morning service and the
young man that of the evening. Accord'
iugiy wmra on in a road to tbe ap
pointment the professor "pumped" the
youngster. Witness his surprise when
on giving out his text be found that tbe
professor had stolen a inarch noon him.
His surprise was turned to dismay when
ne round that not onlv text, but also
heads" and all had been amn-nnriated.
Mow, it happened that the nnlnit was
an old fashioned one, and the professor
was very stout To net in. a ladder had
to be procured to enable him to climb
over the top. After service he chuckled
over , his triumph. His triumph was,
However, turned to disaster' at night
when the young man announced his
text, "He that entereth not by the door
into tne efieeplold. but climbeth
some other way, the same is a thief and
a robber." Newcastle Chronicle.
The bast salve In the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever ores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures
piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to Ktve perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Prion U easts par
box. . For sale tr Harts LTllasseyer.
He failed to use the Clinic Kidney
-m at a ... - 9
liureiornis kidney complaint. 11
A llaadred Reaeaaa
Can be given why Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets are the best and most effect-
nal cure for every form of indiges
They are in tablet form which re
tains their good qualities indefinite
ly, while liquid preparations become
stale and useless with age.
l hey are convenient, can be car
ried in the pocket and taken when
needed. They are pleasant to the
Alter each meal dissolve one or
two of them in the mouth and, ming.
ling with the food, they constitute i
perfect digestive, absolutely safe for
the most sensitive stomach.
They digest the food before it tas
time to ferment, thus preventing the
formation ot gas and keeping the
blood pure and free from the poison
ous products of fermented, half-di
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets make
the complexion clear by keeping the
They increase flesh by digesting
nesn-iorming foods. .
Stnart's Dyspepsia Tablets is the
only remedy designed especially for
the cure of stomach troubles and
One disease, one remedy, the suc
cessful physician of today is the
specialist, the successful medicine is
the medicine prepared especially for
A whole package taken at one time
would net hurt you, but would sim
ply be a waste of good material.
Over six thousand men and women
in the state of Michigan alpne have
been cured of indigestion nod dyspep
sia by the use of Stuart's Dyspepsia
Sold by all druggists at 50 cents
Cared la a Day.
Mystio Cure" for rhematism and
neuralgia cores in 1 to 8 days. Its
action upon the system is remarka
ble and mysterous. It removes at
once the cause, and the disease
immediately disappears. The first
dose greatly relieves, 75 cents. Sold
by into urotjan, druggist, kock is
land and Gust. Schlegel Son, 220
west Second street, Davenport.
ARE THE LEADERS IN OUR LINlt
NO QUESTION ABOUT IT. We are now
showing the latest styles in Fine Footwear. Not
a back number, in our store. All fresh, new
goods. Our prices are right. WE LEAD.
CASH SHOE STORE.
307 Twentieth street.
Hot Water Heating,
Steam and Gas Fitting.
Copper, Tin and
Sheet Iron Work.
Olad Ttdlaga to aatbaaa Sal
Lawson Elvidge, of Barrington,
III., states he was cured of chronic
asthma of long standing by Foley's
Honey and Tar. It gives positive re
lief in ail cases 01 astnma. ao tnat
this disease, when not completely
cured, is robbed of all its terrors by
vuia great reuicu. u auuercr
should be without it. 50 cents.
Take no substitute. For sale st M.
F. Bahnsen's drug store.
Taxes are now due for 1895 and
payable at the county treasurer's
office, court house building. Bring
last years tax receipt.
William Bakes. Collector.
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II I Sf etaayTlctlftUt pampas
yy d. eot bowlbt.
t BOCK BLAJ.
COB. IIHIETEElil ST. anil SECOUD ATE
Opposite Harper House. Rock Island.
Contlnnooa performance. Don't tet the children mlaa IU Claaras, arrn-
bata and performing animals. Naturally rolorca, on cardboard. Will
stand alone. Haul pontpuM 10 any axldrew on receipt of SIX CKSTS In
atampa. Amnaes tbe children, and makes the mother aeqaalated with
VSILLIMAfJTIC STAR THREAD.
Send for s set fur each of the children. Address
WILUMANTIO THREAD OO.. WlLUmAMTtC. OOUm.
THE PLACE TO BUY
Room Mouldings Pictures, Picture
Frames and Window Shades is at the
Adams Wall Paper Company,
31a 3" tad 314 Twentieth street
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Tea seausa la aska lals eowar to
TNC OKAT FRUrr HIT Of TMt SOUTH.
BaSa, taae tastes, tie-, ansa) le
Ita aeaat at ftaakUle
enn nonooxa oiTcn
For oslo st ft. F. Bahassa's drug
G. A. MACOONALD.