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TI1E AXIQPP, TSUB8DU3LT, FISBlttrAJtY 18, 1C0T,
THE PRINCIPAL 5 TEST
f a Laundry's c fflclency seems to
be the way It "docs up" white
eh lit, though there are lots of ar
tlelns which require mora skill anl
ear ' We Invito too to compare a
shirt or any other article laandrted
here with ttosedone elsewhere and
place jonr patronage accordingly.
We do not fetr the test
1724 Third Ate. ITione 1214.
Clock Clearing Time
la here and jou' will want (
that timepiece cleaned and
pot in shape so that yoa can
be more punctual daring the
coming year. Oar facilities
for handling this work are
the best. We make a special
effort to do satisfactory work
and we seldom fail.
Clocks Called for and Delivered
All jon need to do is drop
ns a postal and jour clock
will be called for snd re
turned to yon in good order.
Wolta, the Jeweler.
1805 Second Are.
" This is the time of year when in going through
our stock we find many things that must be
cleared away for spring stock,
Now Is the Time
To catch us giving bargains. Come in and get
your share of the offerings. Wet weather wi
make you want new shoes. Come early. .
Sporting Goods at.
1605 Second Avenue
DIRT DEFIES THE
IS GREATER THAN
How Pea, toys, listld
ou ua trtmd.
M tliem ton. Ih lelwte for yes.
I ITA K
Vstent ilWU extractor. Laaathuf
TMlt 1 Ural dsssossbB.iasei m
n"ri 1 nun nnrn unn lrum lac SBA
mmM ham, set yeas au
Thsy CM beta shout ..Mil when no
ooit TBaaMBimoTroMrMaaumMatrtraaiaoat loo
I rsloadlin. harts BB uot waa all tha loses ana
h m a aaaaaai ai.iui ann aaa a
craw, aaa that yellow
3ACK-AGHE. - -
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A Terr BlgnlBeaut Indication af Orgaala
The back, " the mainspricjr of wo
man's organism," quickly calls atten
tion to trouble, by aching. It tella
with other symptoms, such aa nervous
ache, pains in
weight in low
er part of
and "all --
table Compound for twenty years has
been the one and only effective remedy
in such cases. It speedily removes the
cause and effectually restores the
or guns to a healthy and normal condi
tion. Mrs. Finkham cheerfully answers
all letters from ailing women who
require advice, without charge. Thou
sands of cases like thisare recorded. .
" I have taken one-half dozen bottles
of Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com
pound, and it has relieved me from all
pain. I cannot tell you the agony I
endured for years , pains in my back
(Oh, the backache V7as dreadful !) and
bearing-down pains in the abdomen
extending doven into my limbs; head
ache and nausea, and very painful
menstruations. I had grown very thin,
a mere shadow of my former self.
Now I am without a single pain and
am gaining in flesh rapidly." Matto
Guuur, 1501 Dudley St., Cincinnati,
White Seal saloon
i8i. Second Avenue.
sal e l n
t k mm
1704 Second Ave
Bennett's Glove and
81vSots tJ eatt-
w.lnul Mack. nawol CTrB. tCnsd
barrel ta aw-han. ! nvm Bound.
va asai nfcr.
aid lor SUg chef tmk
faaarnted, (rt other boys to bel you collect
aa ana we will tell yon how a anil beans tn
Tha grocer win denver all tha bcaas yoa seU for Mm
FOUGHT FOB LIFE.
Struggles of the Men Buried on
Twentieth Street Hill.
THE WAEIDTO 00ME3 TOO LATE.
blew Attaasptt to Keeapw the rallkc
at Earth, Bat is BnM Ike, Davrw-
wav. Two Fellow WVi Belae; AIM
The three men caught by the fall
ing mass of earth on Twentieth
street yesterday afternoon were
warned by their associates of the
approaching avalanche, bnt bad not
time to escape. - William Melow,
whose death resulted from the cave
in, made a dash to escape, bnt he
was atrnck before he had proceeded
more than a couple of steps and
pinned to the ground, face down
ward, several tona 01 dirt were
oread over ' hia prostrate form.
Every avenne whereby a note of the
horrors he was suffering might be
transmitted to hia fellow workmen,
who were loboring faithfully to res
cue the imprisoned nnfortnnates.
was shut off. The men did not
know exactly where to die for
Melow. bnt all pitched in to save
John Volk and Martin Thens, whose
faint cries , for help were just dis
cernable. An attempt was first made to ex-
tricate the wagon by the excited
men, bnt this was fonnd to be an im
possibility, the wagon having been
reduced to smithereens. They then
set to work digging in the direction
of the cries. Theus and Yolk, both
nearly exhausted, were nnally res
cued. The blood was coursing down
the cheeks of the former, while Volk
showed signs of great suffering, be
ing obliged to walk on all fours, o
ing to a strain in his baok. The
three men were standing between
the wagon and the embankment
when the cave-in occurred. Theus
was stationed at the rear - end, and
was drive headforemost toward the
wheel, his head being pushed be
tween the spokes. A 2-inch gash in
nis cnin ana a cut in the forehead
was the result of this. Sevrrat of
Volk's teeth were knocked out', and
it was feared he had sustained ser
ions internal injuries, but Dr. C.
Bernhardi is of the opinion that both
men will be able to be abont in a few
Several others employed in digging
at ine ciay Dank narrowly escaped
being caught. John Furlong, who
was driving a team for William Hu
ber, says by the regular order of
things he should have been getting
loaa 01 din instead 01 Melow, but
that he had hurried np and got one
ahead of him, and in this manner
unconsciously avoided the accident
which cansed his fellow workman's
Aa Ioqaeat. .
The remains of Me:ow were ttken
to Knox's undertaking parlors, where
an inquest was held by Coroner Eck-
hart, who empannelled a jury com'
posed of: William Dunker, foreman
Phil MUler. George Schneider, J. W.
Young. H. Herman and P. 6. Burns
The inquest was adjourned until
v o'cioca tna morning, when, on ac
count of Coroner Eckhart beiee-
cauea irom tne city, it was again ad
purned nntil 9 o'clock tomorrow
The funeral of Melow will be held
from the German Evangelical church
on ninth street at 2 o'clock tomor
row afternoon. 1 .
The man who stands idly by and
sees the life fading out of his wife
facet aeea her health going, sees her
becoming old and faded and wrin
kled when she shonld still be in the
perfect enjoyment of vigorous, use.
ful health, is either less than a man
or else does not know of the one rem
edy which will bring her baok to
health and strength. Perhaps her
husband cannot persuade ber to go
to ner doctor, because sue naturally
reaaa in" inevuaoie "examinations
and "local treatments." He can per.
suaae ner, ii ane neeaa persuasion
to take Or. Pierce's ' Favorite Pre.
scriptioa. This truly wonderful
medicine has cured hundreds of
women after the best physicians
have failed, it has been in constant
use, and tested every day for 80
years. It isn't an experiment, there
are no chance abouf ft. It Is a cer
tain cure for all derangements, weak
nesses, irregularities and displace
menu of internal organ peculiar to
BamaUaai Carad am a Day.
Mystio Cure" for rheumatism
and neuralgia radically cures in one
to three days, its action upon ithe
system ts remarkable and mysteri
ous. it removes at once the cause
and disease immediately disappears.
The first deae greatly benefits. 75
dents. Sold by Otto Grotian. 1501
Second aveaue, druggist. Bock Isl
and; Gust Schlegel A Son, 220 West
Second street. Davenport.
Cascareta Candy Cathartic, the
moat wonderful medical discovery of
aha age. pleasant end refreahiag to
the taste, act eeatlv and positively
on the bowels, cleaning the entire
system, dispel colds, cure headache,
fever, habitual constipation and bil
iousness. Please bay anej try a box
of C. C a today; 10, 25, 50 cents.
Sold and guaranteed to core by fll
drnggUts. ; :
- The taxes for 1896 are new dne
and payable at the law office of
O. E. Cramer. 1712 Second avenne.
Bring last year's tax rectipta
and avoid delay in aearehing tor de.
tsriptiona. . Utni Xrmm. 1
JT8 WEIGHT IN GOLD.
A Maw Dlaavvary Watch ts Wart a. That
To anyone afflicted with piles the
Pyramid Pile Cure, the new, painless
remedy which has been so remarka
bly successful in curing every form
of piles and rectal diseases, has re
cently been placed on sale at drug,
gists, and it is safe to aay that when
its extraordinary merit becomes fully
known, there will be no anch thing,
as surgical operations for the enre of
this obstinate and common trouble.
Mrs. M. a Hinkley, of 601 Missis.
sippi street, Indianapolis, lad., says:
bad been a terrible sufferer from piles
for 15 years, and no remedies bene,
fated me, nntil I saw an advertise
ment of the Pyramid Pile Cure; I got
package, also a package 01 ryramid
Pills, and nsed both according to di
rections I was astonished at the
immediate relief obtained, and now
honestly believe the Pyramid to be
the only certain cure for piles.
lhst yon may realize now bad 1
was, I will aay that I was confined to
my bed and went before the college
physicians here, who said my case
was a new one to them, and wanted
seven or eight hundred dollars to nn.
dertake a core; the great pain had
brought on a rupture, and I knew an
operation would be death to me on
account of blood poisoning. Nearly
everyone here knows of my terrible
suffering from piles, and I feel that
1 cannot praise the fyramid Pile
Cure enough, and the Pyramid Pills
also. My husband will j tin me in
highly recommending the Pyramid;
my daughter was cured by one box
only. For several years 1 weighed
but about au pounds, now 1 weigh
lou, and ieei in petiect neaitn.
This seems to b tne universal tea
timony of every sufferer from piles
wno nave ever tried the ryramid ; it
is the safest, most painless pUe cure
yet discovered, contains no opiate.
morphine, cocoaine or any poisonous
ingredient whatever, has a soothing.
sealing enect from the nrst applica'
tion. and the moderate price places
it within the reach of everyone need
ing treatment. The Pyramid Pile
Cure is sold by druggists at 50 cents
and f 1 per package, and the Pyramid
mis zo cents per box.
Send to Pyramid company, Albion,
Mich., for free book on cause and
cure of piles.
Wafer If ay Qott Innntk Tat,
It ia reported on good authority.
the Monmouth Beview states, that
the Weir Plow company may sell its
property in that citv, and that al
ready negotiations to that effect have
been started with real estate dealers
Nothing has been done except talk
over the matter, but it ie understood
that if the company can' get its price
the deal will be made, and the Weir
cimpany will give np the property.
The whole block would be disposed
of, and the buyer would get a site
that is very advantageoua for a fac
tory. ah tne build inga would go,
tne smoxe stack tnat would accom
modate a large boiler plant, the
water supply, and the system of pip
ing are all included. The switching
trscks that are now in from both the
railroads help to make it a tract even
now well suited to the erection of
Tha Obtcatro Mftruw Band.
The Chicago Marine band, under
the direction of T. P. Brooke, which
will give a concert at the Burtis in
Davenport this evening, is consid
ered one of the best bands in the
world. In it there are manv soloists
of prominence, and every membar of
the organization is an artist. The
clarionet section is particularly fine,
everywhere acknowledged as
perior 10 tne reed portion of anv
other band in America. The clario
nets play with a crisp, clear and pre
cise execution, and with an artistic
perfection that has not been equalled
m mi country. Tbe band ta accom
paniea oy miss 81 by I Sammis, a so.
prano with a most phenomenal voice,
and whose charming manner and
beauty lend to the grace of her siog
RBV MOLDS KILLS
Reynolds, Feb. 16. Mrs. Ash has
been suffering with the grip
Mrs. Schneider waa a visitor in
town last Tnesdsy.
Mrs. John Hogan haa been very
sick with the grip for the past two
Mclntyre Bros, have abont closed
out their store. They intend to re
tire from the business.
Miss Amy Titterington came home
oamruay evening irom a few days
vt.it at Aayior Ktdge and vicinity.
There waa a valentine festival
Monday night at the empty honse
owned by Mr. Blakely oast of town
Electric Bitters is a medicine suit
ed for any aeaaon, but perhaps more
generally .when the languid ex
hausted feeling prevails, when the
liver ia torpid and alnrrish and the
need of a tonic and alterative is felt.
A prompt nse of this medicine has
often averted long and perhaps fatal
more surely ia eounteractias: and
freeing the system from the malarial
poison. , neaaaene, indigestion, con
atipation, dizziness yield to Electric
Bitters. 50c aad Si per bottle
Harts Y UlJemeyer's drug atom.
Statistics show , that thousands of
infanta and children yearly die of
membranona croup. We do not ex
aggeraie waen we atate that every
oae of these in ocents could have
been aaved had. Foley 'a- Hooey
Tar been given them in tins. Can
yon afford to be without it in your
household? Hold byM. F. Behnsen
Caeoareiastlmnlate liver, kidneys
aaw wwvus neve
HONORS TO MR. JACKSON.
Among other appointments In eon
nection with etato institutions made
by Gov. Tanner today ia that of Wil
liam Jaekaon, of this city, as one of
tha commissioners of the PoaUic re
formatory ' As will be aeea by the
Associated Press dispatch, the ap
pointment with ethers was isamedi.
ately eonfirmed by the atate senate.
w nen seen oy an Anexs representa
tive Mr. Jackson waa last raadina-
the formal telegraphic notification
from the governor of hia appoint
ment. This also included a request
for him to meet the others of the
commission in Springfield tomorrow
morning. Mr. Jackson seemed much
pleased with the honor bestowed
upon him. -I shall go to Spring.
uju, ua sara, "iDo accept tneomea.
and I esteem it all the more hlvhlv
becauee it has come so unexpectedly
I received no intimation nntil veatcr.
day that the governor had my name
unaer consideration, and then there
was no assurance that I shonld be ap
pointed." The office is purely an
honorary one, bnt it is one that Mr
Jaekaon will enjoy, and the dia-
cnarge 01 tne duties win be a source
of pride to him. In tbe meantime
tbe people of Kook Island will share
their greetings to Mr. Jackson with
congratulations to tne governor on
having made at least one appoint
ment tnat tney Know 10 be nrst class.
To which wonld )oa T refer to belong? The
regular, undoubtedly. Tha irrrgnlar are, ad
mittedly, 1 be matt BUBuroaa, bat tear ara ta
aery undesirable state of ae discipline. H-Blat
ter s StoaMch Bltt.ra vjUI ftooa remedy the) want
la a disoroered liver or bowel b. BUneeatets
manifest ltre'.f ia yellowatis
eyeballs, tonr breath, furred tosgne, Koralng
asnees, dtocomrort ia tee vicinity of tbe liYer,
vertigo and headache, fioati of atopic safer
tba. these signs of Icsab-ajdinaUoa to tb
gOTerntnce or bealih, together with tM ureevler
condition of the bowels, are sooa reealated by
the Hitters, which also ovareoaM atslaria, dre
pepeia, rneoaiuisia, neuralgia, nervoa
kidney trouble. Asa mean, of enacting prenat
turn decay, haeteaing convalescet.es, and atttl-
gating the iDSnnitlettf age, the great tonie
without s parallel.
Administrator 'a Notioe.
state of Andrew Pearson, decease)
TneandeTslcned bavnut aeea aarnoiatae admla.
iiririx or we ran wui aaa aBBtaaaentor Andrew
Pearson, lata of the count a Knrk iaiaa
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby grees notice
that she will appear before the oonnty eoart of
Boeh Island county, at the office of tba clerh of
said court, la tbe eiev of Bock Island, at the
aprn tetm, on tao Brat stonday ta Aril
oe.t. at which time all nervous hsvfanr elaiM
against said estate are-notUed sad requested to
aueua 1 or ue purpose or navmg tao nan ao
Justed. AD pereone Indebted to said luteal are rr
questea to esaae iwasnte payment to) tao at
Dated this 15th day o Febraary, A. D . tlT.
-'i..RA rctnaoa, Administratrix.
jACtfto A Boasr. Attorncjs.
Estate of Isaac Bamberger, deceased.
The unaersunied bbtuk! baen anuotnted
Istrstrix of the estate of Isaac BaabertM.
late of the count of Haab Mud
we or uiinois, aeeeaaaf., nareur civs
last sbe will appear refora the aoanty
of Koch Island county, at the offlca of tha
of said court, fa tbe city of Rock Island, at the
aprii term, on tne nrst BlorMay la April
nest, at which time an persona having vitiate
aeainat eatd estate araaotlSed sad raaaaatad aa
uitu, m hi pajnwee as Bering tao
Ail persons iBdeoted to
itemed svt imaiifllst
rw,( thta SB of jt7u a. P., javr.
Bebtka BAnaeaoaa, Adarnl.tra'riz.
Jacaaoa at lienor. Attorneys for aomx.
8TATX OF ILLINCla. (
Boos Ifuss Ootram, (
Prrbate court of Cook eonntr. In lh. mu. r
Mary H. Btnwell. ai Insane pereoa.
ty vmne 01 a ueoree or the probete eoart of
Oook county, Illinni. catered on the Sttb H.v or
December, A- 18V6, on the petition of Frak
Green, cone. rater of wary H. atowe 1, aa lasane
persnn, f o- leavu to eeU the teal estate of the
said Mary B. Btowell to pay debteof sM Miry H
Stowo'l, ar to favest tbe proceeds thereof a sat
be required by seta conn, I wui, on Seturnev. tbe
tweatf seventh dsy of Fvarssry. A. P.. UV7. at
tbe hoar of 11 o'clock n at the Judicial sales
room of tbe Chica o Heal Bnate board. No. SI
Dearborn etract, in the city of irloign. county of
Cook a' stt nt Illinois, a-11 at public vendue
to the higher bidder fo cash, al- the Interest of
the said mry H. .toweli In and so the
and rest ee ate aerertnecl si follows:
mi b-lot noe (1) ot blrk nioe Si is J. W.
ei-r'i addition to Bees Island; alfo aeb-lt aevea
(7 oi D oca roarteea (141 la ,neor and Cao
a- dltloa to Rock Island; also lots one (1) aad
two (t of block two (Hi In Howard's addition to
neck I'land. all -Hawed in the city of Moca Iet-ssd.c-Dntyof
Boct lsiaad, and state of IUtaoie.
DstedFb.a, 1S7. Faaaa Oaawa,
(Xmavrvatot of Bary nV.atowea.
J. Kxrr Gbkes, AUorsey.
Master . Sale.
statb or rmnora,
aooa lauan Ooowrr.
Ia tbe circuit court ia
reaerel No. 4UA4
Mansfield M. Htorgeoa VS. Patrick
BoUee hi hereby irlvani that by vfctae at a de
cree of eald eown. entartd hi sbe above eatHt-d
raese.ontae isi oay ot dennsty. A. O. 1SV7.
I shall oa Saturday, the Uta oay of March!
A. D 18W.at tbebowrofl alech fa rh. aiW
neoa. at tbe f r.nt door of tbe eoart bones, la the
eity of Bork Island, in aaid eoaaty of Bonk trlaa i.
to sat Is' y sstd decree, sea at pebiic veada- to
the ktgbest aad best bidder for cash Is had. tame
certaie ps reels of lend, situate la tbe eoantvef
scHbed ae f Ottawa, twlt:
Tb- and r ded one-nfth part of fcNa oa (I) sad
twe ( 1. b'oe.lerlaeo (IS) ardshe owdrvMed
ooe-lfth part of tba a -a I one bandwd aad Ihlny
(1SD) feet of bx baa ( hi b ooh aeaaaer Tbir
toon (IS), an in aeaacer case's aaditioa la tt
citr of Buck I.lead.
Dated at Mock lalaad. Tlllnni. tala u a
Fsb' airy. A. le7. Blwib X. F.BHBwrnaT
Hcttce bf Sale of Real Eatate.
TATl OT ILUWOIB,
By vir ne of a decretal rder af tba
eoart or ee'd ann-nv ewtcad f Sbe Fslnroary
tsna. A.D. IWT, of i1d coari.oa the te hia
Andrew W. Mctweeeli, werdhta of bona.
vm. Of s a eanrt, oa tha t e Mob of
ms-aaaaw', aaara Bk sasSMIt nraa B ate
OanajU aad Barter lbs earaan. eta ta. to
aeU ba rst tatale bswiaanas Ssei fcid. batnoe
lag to lb.ni I shall.' on Wedae.di77 tha Uird
sy of Mafrh. A. D . 1807, a the south doer af
tbo eoart boase, in tao city e Reck I.ksaa.
county of Koch Island snd state of IlanoW. at
tba boor of So'ctoeb at tbo afMraaMB, of sate
ear sen ail tao tight, title, ebtlai aad I
atra niraors. ta aaa sal be Sesnwhg do
rosleetatr. sttaata m tbe coaatv ef keck
anaetareof iiiracaa.to wi';
Tbe westeee-balf (h) of Che nerthweete
Oi) of sectioa aisbrea (W) and taeeestsa
i nils aopn-eaat ejnarvrr tbil or a
sewntssa (IT), all la avwaehb stxtava fist
r.asa to . want af tan foarth Jatbt
ataty (U) aejrea,
ri d sale will re ssBAa as naMbE i
tba UBaaaX aad beet btsr fw ea b ns bead.
a t f
IfcM W W
'O BUTT OiUVPCO IN ORDER TO BI
READY FOR KARLY OOUOIli C EaI2 ilEJIIJO
We are receiving daily, large invoices of carpets la all qualltiea,
colora and designs. Bay now while yon have a large selection.
W. S. HOLBlOOK,
103. 105 and 107 East Second Street.
rj3. schcicizs a co.
ROOM MOULDING, PA1KTS. OIL8, VARKISH8
ASD BRUSHES PAINTERS. PAPER HANGERS
AND SIGN WRITERS.
2002 rOTJBTH -A.V HIN TJ
ALL ALONG THE LINE
In order to oleer np the Fall and Winter bnslaess. a sweeping
redaction haa been anade. CaUenxly. BYRNES A CO.
weaif tajsiwaipt,! LsawaV
at tp"s"aiaislys .
For ehsbaiaawawv dnraMllty
beenty exoelled by none. This
toM doea not wash or eolor the
wall wiu alkali, eto. Plana aostt
ne lor ea-rlmatea will receive
wenTvkfml aawstaoa and ba tetniwanl
pTwptly M ev expanse. .
. QneJTiee II aaOae from Book
lalaaid on the CL. B. Q. B. R.
Tratan) Boa. . aatd 10 win
nd lot viMtere of and oa.
CseatS twtaV CCTB CTtaV
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.1 .'.' ,--n
Swaapleeot Steb aevi PhoeMof
aOldlawaabe eea at Booa
Bo. It, Uiwshell IabsOi
Arthur CsntS, nanrtr ,
Rock InUod or O laaa. VI
DA VEX PORT. IA.
The satisfactory hat no
matter what lu price Is
the hat that will stand
rough wear, and still look
well that doesn't mind
waterthat loesn't fade.
Such a hat you will find
in our stock.
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rr otrtrlr mm4
.eeLsai yiaawe la
j smii buii at a aaw lav
TV aw i. a i l k t era
all sMbjeea foil. twts a
Ins Aj.l 1im.rn ttmrnVm m M
tb'asaiiin.aiia viliouwrv. v. etw iua a- I
t ssrssi etlsnt a rurr to ra'b aaasar rats. . t
a P- ou mwum par issue. MT WI
ft an fiantsii ni) tea.M. fir eiaii, tn fiaia
ajay .?FjrFfiV rn n r
to sale ta Sack Waa4 b T.
areban A Ftrhwand ioha aWayAbva,
pass Vkb wtoad, Oral I
Fjf 1 V, rsaas lt so.sa Fai
F7 1 bt-sji. twameure. atsap
C "" w-eaasrel 1 abas.
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sgaavi if tasTi in
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