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THE AKGUB. FRIDAY, FEBRPAKT 7, 1896.
ON HENNEPIN'S BANKS.
DEATH'S CRUEL DART.
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Wc 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
EIH DRY GOODS CO.
217, 217tf W. Second St., Davenport, la.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
99C Ladies' Patent Kid Tip QQC
Call at once while sizes are complete.
"WRIGHT & BARBER
1704 Second Ave.
P AM P
All the Ladies Welt Shoes for
TTTe must make room for our spring lines,
and to move our Welt Goods quick
have placed the price within the reach of
all. No reserve. Our SJ.GO, $).S0 and
$4.00 shoes all go in this sale. Step in
and see what we can do for you.
Ulaa Hat a Cata of Faith Car; Other
Milan, Feb. 7 George Keeler,
the retired merchant and well known
citizen, is a firm believer in the ef
fectual operation of faith cure. For
some time he has been suffering
with a cancerous growth in bis
mouth. Having received no relief
from the ordinary schools of medi
cine his wife responded to an adver
tisement which instructed the send
ing of a handkerchief to John Deen,
Richmond. Va., to be blessed bj him,
which was done. In a few days the
handkerchief was returned in a let
ter, stating: "Put this handkerchief
in your mouth for 10 minutes; at
your faith so will your care be."
Mr. Keeler complied and claims to be
getting better and says he is able to
cat and sleep for the first time in a
John Hinderer, George E. Brown
and William Mosher appraised the
personal property of the late E. L.
Zeitschel to the amount of $320 to
gether with bank 'accounts and notes,
amounting to about $ 2,000 in all.
Mrs. Theresa Zeitschel will take the
custody of the two little boys and as
soon as the personal property is dis
posed of, which will be in about two
weeks, they will leave for Sooth Da
kota, their future home.
The town council has passed an or
dinance in regard to the water rent
for those neglecting to pay the spe
cial assessments on water tax in or
der to collect it through legal pro
ceedings. The names of those in ar
rearage will be given at the next
Mrs. Jacob Muehlcrmann, of Bow
ling, died yesterday of pneumonia.
She was fifty years of age and leaves
with her husband three sons and a
daughter. The funeral occurs from
the M. E. church at Milan tomorrow
morning at 11 o'clock.
The Junior Endeavor society of
the Presbyterian church will give an
entertainment at the Milan public
school in room No. 3 Saturday eve
ning. The program will consist of
songs, recitations, etc.
Henry Kennedy, engineer of the
Milan roller mills, is on the sick list
this week, and William Williams has
taken his position till Henry is able
to be around again.
George R. Sydnor, who has been
quite sick with typhoid fever for the
past two months, is on the mend.
His many friends will be glad to see
him around again.
George W. Smith, editor of the
Scaton Independent, and his wife re
turned home Tuesday after a brief
visit with his mother, Mrs. Nancy
There will be an Abraham Lincoln
memorial service in the M. E. church
at Milan next Sunday evening at 7.
Ktv. u. s. Morse will deliver the ad-
Mrs. Christina K airier and Mrs.
Theresa Zeitschel, of South Dakota.
visited Monday and Tuesday with
uouieo uecK, oi ciaCK tiawK.
Hurley White, Charles Thompson
and Henry Dibbcrn are busy invoic
ing and appraising the property of
me late Howard Mcculloch.
Mrs. Charles Lovell, of the Guard
lock, has been quite sick with the
grip for the past week, but at this
writing is improving nicely.
i nomas Aleenen, of I ale, lowa.
was visiting with Milan friends last
week and at present is visiting with
relatives in Keynolds.
Newton Looby, one of Bowling's
prosperous and good looking farm
ers, was visiting with Milan friends
air. and Mrs. Kalph uabcock, who
reside near the sandmound, gave
Milan friends a pleasant call Tues
Ex-Mayor F. H. Caldwell moved
into the residence be lately pur
chased of A. A. Allen Wednesday.
L.OUIS Go ben, Mrs. Muse, Mrs. Mike
Heber and Mrs. Henry Bastian are on
the sick list this week.
County Supt. E. B. McEeever was
visiting the Milan public schools last
K. E. Little has resigned his posi
tion as clerk in I'hil Zabn's store.
Thursday A. Kimball, of the C. R.
I. & P., at Davenport, received a tel.
egram from Vice President Purdy
that Traffic Manager Sasre was
stricken down by a stroke of apoplexy
at his home on the south side, Chi
cago, and not expected to live during
me day. Mr. Sage is one ot the old
est and best known trafhc managers
in the west, and has been at the
head of the C, R. I. & P. freight bus
iness lor years. He was known by
every shipper in the west and ad'
mired and respected for his business
qualities, which were of a high na-
tnre, and his genial disposition. He
is a man probably 70 years of are.
and the chances for his recovery are
mou van Helleres
The testimonials published in behalf
nf Henri's i;. :n - T'l ..,
written by honest people, who
av-iuouj luunu in meir own experi
ence that Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies
the blood, creates an appetite,
strengthens the system and abso
lutely and permanently cures all dis
eases caused by impure or deficient
blood. ' r
Hoods PUls for the liver and
bowels, act promptly, easily and
The worst cases of rheumatism can
l a& 1. wr ,
be cured by Kidneykura. We
Children Cry for
Jflas Marlon Baker af flampttan
Home E. Warrea.
Hamptojc. Feb. 7 The reaper
death with its sickle keen has again
invaded our midst and plucked one
of oar fairest flowers. This time in
the home Of L. F. Baker, taking from
it the one who was the light of the
home and the comfort of an aged
father Marion E. Baker. The de
ceased succombed to consumption
yesterday. She was born in Hamp
ton Sept. id, looa. au that medical
skill could do was done, but without
avail. Last winter her father went
south with her t3 Florida, where she
derived some benetit, but she longed
for her old home and associates, and
came back last may. . iter health
gradually failed, so the doctors ad
vised a trip to the mountains. She,
accompanied by her father, went to
Colorado last August, but the relief
experienced was only temporary, and
with sorrowful hearts the lather and
daughter returned to their home
here last November, since which time
she had failed rapidly. The funeral
will be held at the "Congregational
church, of which she was a member,
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, Kev.
A. Harper, assisted Dy Kev. J. A.
Ephrian W arren, one of the oldest
residents of Hampton, died this
morning at 7 o'clock of paralysis.
with which he was first afflicted two
years ago. Mr. arren was 84 years
of age, and leaves with bis wife
the following children: Edward and
Byron and Mrs. Jacob Warner, of
Hampton, and Mrs. Oliver Sowers
and Mrs. M. Follett, of Moline. The
time of the funeral has not yet been
Of A Texas Steer," which will be
seen at the liurtis this evening,
it is only necessary to remind the
play-goers that Tim Murphy, for
whom the character of the Hon. Ma
verick Brander was created, will ap
pear to guarantee to them perform
ances oi rare entertainment, lhe
supporting company is exceptionally
strong, every member having been
selected by Mr. Murphy.
A Country Sport" and "A
Straight Tip" were two farcical con
ceits which won a big reputation as
run-makers. Their author, however.
John J. McXallv, is said to have
eclipsed all his previous efforts in
"lhe Widow Jones," the new farce
comedy which he wrote especially
for May Irwin, and in which that un
usually clever and popular come
dienne will ba seen at the Bnrtis
Saturday evening. Miss Irwin has
no superior on the stage in the art of
producing fun, and Mr. McNallv is
said to have given her ample oppor
tunities to shine at her brightest
She is sure of a hearty welcome in
ur tbeMreeter-Yincent company, to
a . .
De seen at Harper's theatre lor an en
tire week commencing Sunday
night, the Detroit Free Press says
We have seen Denman Thomp
son, itoiana ueeu, ai. is. Curtis, and
several other noted comedians, but
taking it all in all, we like M. B
Streeter best. He is talented. He
is bright. He is a comedian and
suca we would ramer nave him in
preference of all the the bright
The Ice and the Trestle.
There has been no farther, move
ment in the ice about the Rock Isl
and bridge and the Phoexix Bridge
company and government superin ten'
uem in cnarge anticipate no trouble
wnen me nnai break up comes. As a
matter of precaution 10 car loads of
sand averaging 20 tons each are kept
constantly standing on the draw
span to hold it down in rase a strain
should come. An engine is always
in readiness and the train is only
punea on wnen trains are passing
auu immeaiateiy put back a?ain
when the track is cleared.
The Discovery Saved Hh Life.
G. Caillouette, druggist, Beavers
ville. 111., says: "To Dr. King's New
Discovery I owe my life. Was taken
with la grippe and tried all the phy
siciaus lor nines aoout, but of no
avail, and was given up and told
could not live. Having Dr. King's
new mscovcry in my store, I sent
for a bottle and began its use, and
from the first dose bean to tret 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 Uartz & Ullemcver's dru"
Generally fair tonight and Satur
day; colder tonight, slowly rising
temperature Saturday; northwesterly
wiuus. xouay s temperature 28.
F. J. Wale. Observer.
Taxes are now due for 1895 and
payable at the county treasurer's
oihcc, court house building. Bri
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last year s lax receipt.
William Baker, Collector.
For Over Fifty Tears
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has'
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the cams.
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea.
l weniy-nve cents a bottle.
Anthracite coal delivered
Indiana Block $4. CO
La Sails 93.00
All hard coal carefully screened.
E. G. Frazkk.
KVKAD I ' LOVELY MAUJfCOUKT.
Art. is asking R ! who
There lhe merr hail's secret lie.
Hard coal at McKown's.
The Lovely Malincoort" next.
Auction Kingsbury's tonight.
The best broom Lee's Little Gem.
M. J. Young has gone to Chicago.
Lettuce, soup bunches and parsley
Underwear bargains big ones at
Simon & Mosenfelder's.
Watch for the opening chapters of
"The Lovely Malincourt."
Twin-City club dance at Roche's
hall every Saturday night 25 cents.
Iowa University basket ball team
at-Y. M. C. A. gymnasium tonight.
Mrs. Mark Llovd is convalescent
after several days' illness with the
Mon's underwear big reduction
on balance nf heavy goods. Sum
mers & La Velle.
Miss Gertie Cohn has returned
from a visit to South Bend and Fort
Wayne, Ind., relatives.
Fred Myers, of the firm ot Allen,
Myers & Co., is confined at his
home with an attack of the grip.
For a healthy table drink use Carse
& Ohiweiler's Black Hawk springs
mineral water. Telephone No. 1014-
The basket ball game at the Y. M.
C. A. gymnasium begins at 8:15 this
evening. It will lie interesting.
Take it in. Tickets 25 cents.
Homeseckcrs' excursion to Texas,
Oklahoma and the south via C. R.
& P. railway Feb. 11 and March 10.
Only $2 added to ooc fare for the
T. I). Eagal will serve an opening
unch Saturday evening at his new
saloon, corner Second avenue and
Twentieth street, and would be
pleased to meet all his friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rochow and
Gas Rochow, of this city, contem
plate a trip to the fatherland. - They
will be accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Denkmann, of Davenport, and
me party expects to depart about
the middle of next week.
The meeting in Hibernian hall.
Davenport, next Sunday evening for
the purpose of expressing sympathy
for the Cuban patriots, will he ad
dressed by George E. Hubbell, George
vv. scott. K. ai. Sharon, A. P. Mc-
Guirk, of Davenport, and State's At
torney c. J. fcearle, of Rock Island.
Tho Kock Island First Methodist
church choir gave a concert in Mo
line last evening for the benefit of
the Second Congregational church of
that city. It was an excellent en
tertainment and fairly patronized.
Those taking part from this city.
aside from the chorus sinirers were:
Mesdames F. W. Mcrrcll, II. Von
Koekritz and J. F. Robinson; Misses
Lucy Coyne, Gertie Wiicox and Net
tie Coyne; rrofs. S. T. Bowlby and
Williams and S. J. Collins and C. E.
i-.tiernart. lhe entertainment was
conducted by D. S. Davics, and there
were also numbers by the Svea Male
quartet and C. Uaristeldt. of Moline
Division Supt. W. G. Besler came
into the city last evening in his pri
vate Burlington car. He was accom
panicd by Matter Mechanic C. W
Eckerson and Auditor A. Hamilton.
The party departed for the east this
morning after looking over affairs
at this end of the line.
Assistant General Superintendent
C. A. G-v dnow and Superintendent
ti. it. came came into the city last
night on the Milwaukee business car
101. They spent the eight in Rock
island and this morning went to
W atertown, where ice-cutting opera'
tions are at present very lively, to
iook into the shipping prospects,
They were accompanied by Agent L.
u. iireer, oi the Milwaukee, and Su
perintendent of Telegraph U. P.
Greenougb. of the Rock Island &
Advertised 1.1st Mo. S,
List or letters arcalled for at the postufflce st
bock ipisnn, iiu, reo. ikvs:
Kail, Mr muel
lt.nsclt, F W
J ITery. lst:enee
To liKure prompt delivery, letters chould ba
xiurestea 10 street sna numaer.
Jobs W . Poim. Postmaster.
M nihil, Kmma
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Vs Nieni'iirff. Chris
Usually knows how to kick and
stamp out his shoes in quick order.
Just now, in the language of the
boy himself, we have got the bulge
on him in the shape of a shoe that,
for wearing qualities, cannot be
beaten, and the price is only
1.25 and 11.50
307 Twentieth street
Hot Water Heating,
Steam and Gas Fitting,
Copper, Tin and
Sheet Iron Work
Boeklen's Arnica Balee
The best salve ia the world for
cuts, braises, 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 Harta A Ullemeyer.
. Maral Cms.
Only 125.35 to New Orleans and
return Feb. 10 to 16, via C. R. & P.
railway. Fast lime and uneqaaled
service via Chicago. Special rates
to Florida points.
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WILLIMAHTIC STAR THREAD.
Mend fir aeet fore u-li of the ettlMren. Addnwa
WILUMAimO THREAD CO.. WILJ-1M ANTIC. COMM.
THE PLACE TO BUY
Room Mouldings, Pictures, Picture
Frames and Window Shades is at the
Adams Wall Paper Company,
3io. si and 314 Twentieth street
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