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THE AKQUS, THUR8DAY. MARCH 26, 18SG.
New Goods Are
Being Received Daily
We respectfully invite you to inspect
the same. Below we name a few
Rlack Dress Hood. W
N veWes in Dress Goods,
D ess Trimmings.
Fancv ' rimming Buttons,
Ladies F ncv Neck Wear,
Ladies' Shirt Waists,
Ladies' Spring Capes,
Gilt, Silver, Leather Belts,
.Carpets (spring pattern s)
Vei in? and Laces,
Dresden Ribbons, 71,0 xw!S D2&atosi !
KLUG-HASLER DRY GOODS CO.
217. 217tf W. Second St., Davenport, la.
Your "Poor" Feet!
How they would cry out if they could but speak.
Treat them as you would your hards or your
face make them comfortable by wearing: easy
fitting shoes. Your health will be all the better
for it. Our shoes fit the feet never pinch are
the acme of stylishness.
Spring Styles in Endless Array.
We have the goods and the prices. No matter
what kind of a shoe you want, give us a trial.
WRIGHT & BAJtBEB
1704 Second Ave.
You Are One
Of those, perhaps, who never bought
from us. If so, you wiil never kn w
how much you might hive saved by
letting us sell you your Furniture, Car
pets, etc. We keep all grades. Can
suit everyone. Can suit you, in style,
quality--and here s the most important
Prove it, did you say? If you live
within 20 miles of Rock Is'and ycu
have a neighbor who deals with us.
Ask him, or better sti 1, come and see
for yourself. That's easily done. You
won't ask any further proof.
G. 0. HUCKSTAEDT.
1109 and 1811
MATTERS ABOUT MILAN.
Interacting Budget rm the Tosra on
Milax, March 25. F. A. Phillieo.
formerly of Cable, spent bunday with
V. E. Dickson.
George Medill has been quite sick
for the past week, bat is reported
1.1 iss Anna Tindall. who has been
attending school at Normal, is home
on a visit till April 1.
I. L. Vandershce, traveling sales
man for a Davenport shoe house,
spent Sunday at home.
Frank McOnncll, of Black Hawk,
vUited with Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Daxon Tuesday evening.
Charles Baker moved his house,
hold furniture to Bock Island Mon
day, where he intends to live.
Noda Willhite's family left for
Chicago Monday, where" he is em
ployed in a large wholesale house.
Edward Lane will leave April 7 for
Leadville, Col., to join his brothers,
who are in the mining business
John Conrad and daughter. Miss
Rosa, of South Heights, spent Tues
day with Mr. and Mrs. Hpnry Win
ters, of Black Hawk.
W. B. Brown, collector of Black
Hawk township, has. returned his
books and the delinquent taxes
amounted to $2,021.35.
Albert Green is the first man in
Milan who rushes the season, lie
planted potatoes, onions and parsley
in his garden last week.
Duke Wright, a traveling sales,
man formerly of London, Kngland,
spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. C. S." Thompson."
Mrs. John Derrick, of Bowling, re
turned from a week's visit in Rock
Island and stopped with fricn ls in
Milan Monday and Tuesday.
August Brakel, Carl Albrccht and
Mrs. Carl Bastiau and her four chil
dren returned last week from a 3
months' visit at Hanover, Germany.
Misses Edith Davis and Sadie Car
naghan and Clark H. Smith at
tended the teachers1 institute at the
High school in Rock Island last Sat
urday. Charles W. Fitzsintmons, a veter
an of the late war, was taken sud
denly ill Friday morning while up
town and had to be taken home in a
Mrs. Mary J. Franing, mother of
our popular druggist, H. L. Fran
icg, has purchased a lot on Dickson
street, where Fhe intends to build a
nice cottage this summer.
Clara, the 10-year-old child of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Zeitschel, wa9 playing
in Zahn's warehouse yard with other
children when an iron wheel fell in
such a manner as'to break the child's
leg in two places. Dr. W. L. Eddy
attended the little sufferer.
William Fletcher, who was hurt
by a runaway team in Rock Island a
short time ago, was around Satur
day, stating that the only part of his
injuries which bother him is his dis
located shoulder. It will be some
time before it will be all right again.
F. H. Harris, recorder of the A. O.
U. V. lodge, received orders to pay
tho heirs of II. R. Tillman the sum
of $2,0C0 and the widow of Howard
McCulloch a like sum. Mr. Tillman
was a blacksmith in Milan a number
of years ago, his shop being located
where the old Tcnges shop stood.
Rev. F. W. Merrell, of Rock Island,
gave a lecture on "The Life Savin?
Crew" and illustrated his talk with
many fine stcreopticon views. A
large audience was prevent and was
well pleased. A noticeable feature
was the absence of a crowd of loafer
about the hall doors, something
which was appreciated by everyone.
Among those who visited Milan
friends from Moline Tuesday were
Mr. and Mrs. L. Edlund, Mrs. J. C.
Timmerman and daughter. Miss
Laura, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Ross.
Miss Lucy Murphy and Mrs. C.
Jones and children. " Mrs. John Her
telsen, of South Heights, and Mrs.
Joseph Chandler and daughter, Miss
Jennie, of South Rock Island, were
also in town.
The social and dance given Thurs
day evening at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs Freeman Bingman, of Bjwling,
was a most enjoyable affair. Their
many friends and" neighbors attended
and presented them with a handsome
clock and mirror. At midnight a
supper was served by the hostess in
a most pleasing manner after which
they indulged in dancing till a late
hour, voting it a most happy even
ing spent. About forty couples were
Lewis Wilsoa, of Rural, gave us a
pleasant call Saturday, and in con
versation stated that be was the
great grandfather of the twin babies
of Mr. and Mrs. James Coulter, near
Shcrrard. Mr. Wilson stated that
there are but two men older than he
living in this county born in the
Eightenth century. "They are Mr.
Ramtey. of Bowling, and William
McLaughlin, of Black Hawk. Mr.
Wilson is one of the first and only
supervisors living since this place
was called Rock Island county, and
is 83 years of age a little older than
Benjamin Goble. of Big Island, who
is the oldest settler living in Rock
Set voysse are nmil'y deemed iromrtivc of
hralth. so tiey are in mot cue. But it may
eli be doubled if the rha'tlna np abotrd ship,
which people of rery fragile c 1iution sod
wcK nerve (tel. Is net prejudicial If Its t ffec's
are not arerted or notified b a medical af. -Rcsrd.
Tke btrt. if we are to belicxe Ibe testi
mony of ocean traTelert.wt ether they go abroad
for hearth, plewnre or bn.fcer. Is Hosierer's
Stomach t itters. UtiI da. commercial trave'-crj-sracsptaim
acd yachtmen conccr in rtom
BiendugthiaHn;! crfenalT tonic So do emi
tr.M to the frontier, the inhab'.ttnta of malarious
regions, sod a.l who are exposed to hardship cr
rte.-r of climate. For malaria, rbeumitie or
kidney trouble, aerroane.. dyspepsia, lKer
enmDlaint and const Ipitlon itM emtsent'e efflca
ckra. and commended by the medical frateraiiy
far and near.
COAL T ALLEY CCLLCTGS,
Coal Vallct, March 24. Our
public schools reconvened Monday
after a week's vacation on account o'f
John J. Pryce is. serving on the
jury this week.
Miss Clara Hass visited relatives in
Cable last week.
Charles Myers was here visiting
his folks Mondav.
W. K. Crokett has been seriously
ill from blood poisoning.
Peter Kepp'e and Richard Petty.
Jr., have rented a farm four miles
south of Cambridge.
George Somereon, who was thought
to have been fatally injured at Shcr
rard February last, has fully rccov
There have been no new cases of
scarlet fever since those reported lat
week. Bnt there is a couple of cases
at Sunny Hill.
Peter Seaburg left Monday for
Kassuth county. Iowa. He has been
working R. L. Bollman's farm for a
con pie of years.
All of our teachers, Prof. Gilpin
nd Misees Pyrce and Pe ers, at-
H nded the teachers' meeting in Rock
J stand Saturday.
The Misses Ida and Fanny Pyrce
arrived Friday from Normal. They
wi'l remain till the 3 Jth, when they
return to school.
Two propositions will be voted
on at the comiDg village election:
For or against having animals run
ning at large, and for or against
abolishing poll taxes for road pur
poses. The work at the Blossom mine has
begun. But few men can
work as yet. but as soon as the frost
leaves the ground theie will be forty
or fifty men put on the work, besides
teams to make the bed f jr the road
from the mine to the river.
Monday night there was a people's
party caucus at the town ball and
this ticket was put up: Town clerk,
William Calahan; assessor, William
Adams; collector, John J. Jeurgens;
commissioner of highways, Fred En
gel; overseer of highways, T. J.
Ernest Mazer met with a serious
accident last week in his mine in the
west cud of the village, a large
body of s' one and dirt failing on him
and injuring him internally and ex
ternally, lb will be many weeks be
fore he can get around. He was at
tended bv Dr. W. F. Myers, of Coal
The democratic caucus was held
Saturday evening. John S. Corns
was chairman and Supervisor T.
R. Lees secretary, and D. Gregg and
T. Hylands tell ers. U.ho following
ticket was placed in nomination:
For town clerk, John Barton; asses
sor, S. 1). Pace; collector, Richard
Calahan, Sr.: commissioner of high
ways, G. T. Krapo, and William
Woolley, Jr., overseer of highways;
township-committee, John Barton,
Henry Ilillicr and Edwin Twomley.
TAYLOlt KlIHiK TOPICS.
Taylor Riogk, March 25 Mrs.
Blanche Lane came down from Genc-
seo to spend Sunday with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard.
R. R. Kirk has been having the
Mis3 Nora Robbing visited Rock
Miss Emma Lloyd was shopping in
Rock Island Thursday.
A little brother of" Fred Simmons
died from measles la3t week.
W. S. McCullough and R. S. Kirk
were in Rock Island Saturday.
Miss Hattie Taylor will commence
her spring term of school next Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. A. Htrtman are re
joicing over a baby boy at their
Melvin Reascr and family have
moved onto the Weaver farm north
of Taylor Ridge.
There will be preachiug at the
Black Hawk school house every
night this week.
Miss Myra Rinsom, of Moline, is
spending a few days with her cousin,
Mrs. John Spickler.
Charles Spickler, Jr., of Illinois
city, visited with relatives in this
vicinity over Sunday.
A young lady weighing about
eight pounds arrived at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles. MeCullouo'h
Henry Bastian, who was clerk at
Sydnor's btore in Milan for tho past
seveu years, has moved onto his farm
north of Taylor Ridge.
Nluctj Per Cent
Of all the people need to take a
course of Hood's Sarsaparilla at this
season to prevent that run down and
debilitated condition which invites
disease. The money invested in half
a dozen bottles of Hood's Sarsapa
rilla will come back with 'largo re
turns in the health and vigor of body
and strength of nerves.
Hood's Pills are easv to buv. easy
to take, easy to operate. Cure all
liver ills. 25 cents.
This is the last week in which to
pay your taxes to me. All delin
quent personal must be paid. Addi
tional costs charged after books are
turned over, oilice will be open
Wednesday and Friday night until 8
William Baker. Tax Collector.
, To Consumptives.
As- an honest remedy Foley's
Honey and Tar does not hold out
false hopes in advanced stages, but
truthfully Claims tn iri nomfnrt
J and relief in the very worst cases,
j and in the early stages to effect a
cure, cor sale at M. jr. Bannsen a
Children Cry for
Leal lard at Gilmore'a.
Read "The Plunderers."
Tho best Broom Lee'a Little Gem.
Stone laying for the Rock Island
abutment cf the lower bridge was
We are again able to furnish the
Erie filter. Look in our window and
see what they will do. Davis Com
Rasmussen & Free do not use ca
thode or x rays at their studio, but
will make first-class cabinet photos
for fl. 50 per dozen from March 16
until April 16. Anystle. Nothing
extra ior groups.
The Verne Swain left winter quar
ters at Kahlkc's boat yard yesterday
afternoon and will enter upon the
season's trade between here and
Clinton as soon as she 1 can get
through the bridge.
Lieutenant Commander Will John.
son bad SO of the members of com
pany A in line last evening when
Col. Frazer arrived at the Armory on
his inspection visit. The colonel
was well satisfied with the appear
ance of the boys.
Progress in the Twelfth street im
provement trial at Morrison is slow.
The objectors have not all their evi
dence in yet. Otbnr witnesses going
to Morrison today were T. H.
Thomas, El. Kreis, M. E. Sweeney
and ex-Mayor T. J. Medill.
J. T. Dixon was transferred to
Mercy hospital, Davenport, yester
day, owing to the seriousness of his
nervous condition. Ho has been at
St. Anthony's hospital for about a
year, and has gradually weakened
until it is now feared he cannot recover.
Mr. and Mrs. George Sutcliffe cn-
terttmed the Octavo Cinch club on
the occasion of ita final meet of the
season Tuc d:ty evening at their
pleasant borne on second avenue,
The prizes, first and consolation re
spectively, were captured by Mrs.
Ahrens of Davenport, and Henry
Holdorf and Carl Miller and Mrs.
Mora Tax Collections.
Other tax collectors who have
turned their books over to County
Treasurer Titterington are:
Cordova: F. A. Mullory, collector.
Amount charged, $5,132.79; collect,
cd. $3,978.24; delinquent, $1,151.55
collector's commission. $79.57.
Coal Valley: Richard Calahan,
collector. Amount chanred,
352.97; collected, $3,053.55; delin
quent. $299.62; collector's commis
Rural: O. S. Long, collector.
Amount charged, $7,633.92: collect
ed. $6,755.35; delinquent, $878.57;
collector s commission. $135.10.
Andalusia: George Burgoyne. col
lector. Amount charged, $3,266.11;
collected, $2,544.48; delinquent.
$721.63; . , collector's commission,
Canoe Creek: R. II. Hill, collec
tor. Amount charged, $2,822.66;
collected, f2.54o.ll; delinquent,
$277.25; collector's commission,
Do you remember the adaere that
'prevention is better than cure?"
This is just the time of the year to
exercisft St Hr.t.la Purs tn nravanl alolr
ness. Go get some Simmons Liver
u i . , , ...
neguiaior, nquia or powacr, ana take
it to rid Vnur hnilv nf nnv nnlinn anil
tone up the system. It will save
much suffering and life. "It is a
sale and reliable medicine, and a
great preventive of sickness." Rev.
James Rollins, Fairfield, Va.
Burtis opera house, April 9; Turn
er opera house, April 5 and 12,
"Sylvester" comic opera by Theo
dore R Reese. Tickets for "sale in
Rock Island by John Martens. 1704
Third avenue, and Bowl by 's music
Anthracite coal delivered per ton$7.50
Indiana Block $4. 0
La Salle $3.00
All hard coal carefully screened.
E. G. Fkazkb
All aree that music is essential in
Ar every campaign especially the lres
Afr idential campaign. If you have no
organized Brass baud or Drum Cors
in your district, it will pay you well
t) organize one. There's lots of fun,
and a few dollars in sour pocket.
j Our little booklet, "How to Organize,"
?vj will tell you how to do it John C.
llaynes 4 Co., Dept. 17, Boston, Mass.
RESSMN'S FRENCH FEMALE PIUS.
CcatalRlos Cottsi Boot and Pennjroj&L
ns usict runs.
tat bm aal ant niUUs
. HI, WTO WWW.
I . i , 1 Steamin's 1'rendT" Fe-
f tr zeal Pills, bare been
1 a 'll sold for orer twenty
J 7 . . . -...a l- Tk
sands ct Ladies, who
bare circa tmtinxwiiala
that tbey are oooxneltod.
as a sperie monthly
w fL S090jeuio,lorraimoiuae
C relief of Painful, awl
X'R V Irregular Menses,
A V3a. I aoale Weakness eta.
' Price S2 00 a box, wit
A fall directions. -
SJiaXS ?CO RL'BSll 1 L 114, OW SI'LKIOVS lYTrATVOSa.
Sold by Jf. F. B&haaea, dragalat.
r ' . !
Measure it and see for
m -a e, & J
The largest piece of sood
tobacco eversold for 10 cents
TheScent piece is neau :
large as you et of other
hiSS trades for 10 cents
See the New Spring Style
HA i S ArjD
1 7 14 Second Avenue.
Have arrived just in time, with the latest styles
of Hats, Flowers, Ribbons, etc.. and we will be
ready in a few days to show you the finest hats
you have ever seen in the three cities, at prices
to astonish you when our opening bill will be
announced in the papers. Watch for it, as it
will be the most exciting day Rock Island ever
had, also, do not forget our Clothing and S.oe
departments, which are being slaughtered.
There is no equal in the city. It is no wonder
is so crowded. The people know a good thing
when they see it. You want to keep on, and you
will find that you have saved 25 per cent on
every dollar's worth of goods you have bought
from The New York Leader. Remember If
you want Bargains, The New York Leader is
the place where you can get them. Look for
our store and do not make a mistake in the place.
REMEMBER OUR ADDRESS,
162? Second Avenue.
First Door West of Bock Island