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Is called to our new
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! VwuriM, lamalty, BihasMlna- drain and lorn oi power at the Qt
mure Oraaae. eniitiaa e for tuir. bourna aad mmntvn. la quickly aured by
B)r. RatfriMaai AaMfafe Marva Oralaa. TbaTsotoblyeare by Martina at thi
ar ana, but are a Kraal IIKIII TONIC aa IIMI BriUUtB. hrtaa
haak ta- Blah ihwto Bala ehaeka, and raunnf lb VlaB YMCTB1 tot
aaUMi Tiy ml, ll.I-r boIMt lor SS waE wriltaa aeareataa taaara a.
reread lhee.a.j. Seek toss, aaalakarraraiaV,atasaMi,Jlaw lark!
Islaas. UL. by Harts A UDraafa. erataist.
fori by box roiitta.
Bort Byron, March 11. Mm.
Crimmons, of Molina, it .visiting
with Mr. A. EH!..
Henry Oppendyke will more here
as eoon the road are so that he
Mra. A. J. Holliitcr is visiting
Mrs. J. H. Reeves and other frleods
in Cordova thla week.
The winter term of the Port Byron
academy cloeea thie week. The va
cation will last abont ten days.
Thoae who are obliged to do
ranch hauling are having a hard time
of it; the roada are very mnddy.
E. Simpaon and Mri. E. J. Flom
lng have returned to their home at
La Porte City, Iowa, after a week1
viait with friendi here.
Sign of apring are on every hand.
Wild geese are flying north, the rob.
ina have pnt in an appearance, and
the amall boy is playing marbles.
Teams were still crossing onr ioe
bridge yesterday, bat on account of
the rapid rising of the river it was
difficult to get on or off of the ice. ,
Those who have - moveable prop
erty along the banks of the old Mis
aiasippi will do well to take care of
it, aa there is good prospect for ex
tremely high water this spring.
J. A. Aselson has sold his small
farm, just sonth of town, known as
the Archey Allen place, to Herry
MnnarMvka nf HlllaiUla. Mr. Aval.
Von, disposed of his personal effects
standing the mad and the disagree
ble weather, there waa a large crowd
in attendance, ana most oi.the goods
brought satisfactory prices.
nntoa't Rbeaautls-a Car la inarsatet4 to
Cura acnla or aiaacalar rheematl.a In frost on
to nra dare, baarp, ehoouaa pain ia any part
el lb body stopped by a law dueea. A prompt,
cm plat and panatoaM cur far laments, eo.-e-nra,
ftllff back and all pal In hlpa aad lotos.
l:h oa lo.ro oDiethra), eclaliea. lambacoer vaia la
Ida bark Bra peed Itj cured. It seldom lalla lo
Kir taller 'mm aa or two ceeae. aa almost In-
arianiT caret ktfor one botu sat Decs atad.
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pass pnt ap a separate car for each disrate. At
all druggists, bmmUj.SS easts. Quids loUtanh
Ptnoca latUra to Prof, Maajea. 1905 Arch
etreet, Philadelphia, Pa., a a, wand with frea
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TATXOB BtDOB TOPICS.
Taylor Bidtre. March 10 Mra. 8.
Johnson spent a few days with her
aangnter, airs, ueorgta sever, this
Mrs. Sam Taj lor ia on the sick list
Miss Lizsie Bowes is quite sick
with the grip.
Mrs. sterner is suffering with rheu
matism In her hands.
W. 8. MoCullouch took a trio to
Davenport last Friday.
Mr. ana Mrs. j. a. sever returned
from their eastern visit last Sun
Bov and Emilv SDickler visited at
their uncle's in Andalusia last Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Frank MoConnell
have moved to Edgington for future
John Spickler has been shelline
several thousand bushels of corn for
Miss Stella Spickler. of Andalusia.
is visiting with her cousin, Miss
Emily Spickler, thla week.
Miss Sophia Baker, of Edelneton.
spent a few days last week with her
aunts, Mrs. Baker and Mrs. Patter
son. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Baker moved
from their home in this neighbor-
noon last saturaay. iney leave
many warm friends here, who regret
exceedingly to have them go.
L.aet Monday was the loth anni
versary of Mr. and Mrs. B. 8. Kirk,
and their friends remembered it by
coming in on them for dinner, and
although it was a bad day and the
roads in bad condition, there were 36
present. People In this vicinity
know how to enioy themselves and
want otners to oo we same, ana to
help it along they always go well
provided. They also left a goodly
number of nsef ul and lovely presents.
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But this was not the end. In the
evening the young folks thought
it tneir turn to celebrate the
event, and there were quite a nam
ber of merry faces and light hearts.
ana tne evening was spent in games.
etc., to a late (or rather early) hour.
sapper was served at midnight.
Reynolds, March 10. Meigs Wait
I.U.J V V a, mmm. .
visitea nocK isiana xnnrsdsy. -
Mr. Mallette visited Bock Island
'Squire Gaunt went to Sherrard
Miss Leona Nixdorff. of Sherrard.
has been visiting with relatives and
friends lor a week.
Mr. and Mrs. T. 8. Bowes and Mr,
ana Mrs. tddie Bowes and Bev. and
Mrs. C. Uonck went to Taylor Bidge
to attend she anniversary dinner
George Titterington and Miss Kate
McCarty, both of Reynolds, were mar.
ned at the noma of the bride'a oar-
eats, who live south of Reynolds,
Tuesday, March 3, by Rev. Father
Martaugh. of Keithsburg. The bride
is well known here, having been in
the dressmaking business for soma
years, aad la esteemed by alL The
groom is also well known, having
lived ia the vicinity of Reynolda all
his life. Their many friends offer
con gratuiauon s.
Send yonr address to H. E. Buck
lin c Co., Chicago, and get a free
ample box of Dr. King's New life
Pills. Atrial wiUconvinoe you of
their merits. These pills are easy in
action and ara particularly effective
in the care of conatipatioa aad aick
headache. For malaria and liver
troubles they have been : proved in
valuable. They are guaranteed to be
perfectly free from every deleteriona
substance and to be purely vegetable.
They do not weaken , by their action,
but by givinr tone to stomach and
bowels greatly invigorate the sys-
negviar sine xo seats per oox.
"iu ay nans m uuemeyer, one
DEATH OF MRS. G. BECK.
Early CSMaaai mt miaa Pawn Any
Othet m rna Boek Blttr.
Milan, March 16. Mrs. Gottlieb
Book, wife of Gottlieb Beck, Sr.,
of Black Hawk, died Monday morn
ing at 7:30 o'clock. Deceased had
resiaen in book isjaaa . county ior a
number of years, and waa well
liked by all who knew her. . She was
nearly 69 years years of age and waa
a member of the German Lutheran
chnrch of Bock Island. She leaves
a husband and four children, Gott
lieb Beck. Jr., Mrs. Anthony Wiegle,
Mrs. Magnus Huber. and Mrs. David
Dady. of Iowa. The first three
named children reside ia Black
Hawk. The funeral will be held
Wednesday at 10 o'clook.
Tne x. r. s. c k. of the
Presbyterian church held its reg
ular business meeting last Tuesday
evening at the ohnrch. After
the business of the society had been
disposed of the following program
8 on if Army of Endeavor Society
Music Cbarlea Huge and Miss Clara Ruse
Recitation Miss Mary McLaturhlin
Recitation Miss Maggie Carnagban
Music Antobarp and Mandolin
Recitation "Utile Joe".... Miss Louie Foster
Keaaing r'rea w. Honens
Recitation "The Watermelon"
Miss Lottie Foster.
After the program a guessing con
test was given in which 60 advertise.
meats clipped from newspapers and
pasted on large aheets were num
bered, ana each peraon was given 10
minutes to guess what they were.
The result was that W. F. Kuehl took
first prize with 84 correct, and Miss
Maggie Carnaghan the booby prize
wita only one correct. The society
expects to have a social every month
irom mis on. une new member
was taken in. The society in.
tends to lay a brick sidewalk on
the east side of the church as soon as
the weather will permit.
ine people's party met In the
town hall Monday evening to nomi
nate candidatea for the annual town
election to be held April 6. 1897.
Peter Philebar was appointed chair
man and - S. B. Wilson secretarv.
The nominations were as follows:
Town clerk, 8. R. Wilson; assessor,
S. W. Heath; collector. Ira White;
commissioner of highways, Peter
Garrity; justice of the peace, F. H.
Harris; conatables, D. S. Sonth
and George Griffin. The chairman
appointed a township committee of
three as follows: George Medill,
Perry Walker and W. H. Payson.
The republicans met in the town
hall Saturday evening to nominate
candidates for the annual town elec
tion to be held April 6. C. W.
Thacher was appointed chairman,
and J. C. Johnston clerk. The nomi
nations were: For town clerk, John
Vanderslice; assessor, W. Matthews:
collector, W. R. Brown; commis
sioner of highways, Frank Tindall;
justices of the peace, M. L. Pinkley
and William Boyer; constables, D. R.
South and William Kiesev. The
township committee appointed was
G. W. Settle, R. B. Olmsted and
George A. Wiggins.
The ice began to move out of Rock
river at 6:30 o'clock Monday even
ing. The river was very high, bnt
not so bad as formerly. The Mis.
sissippi falling saved Milan from the
backwater. As the ice was broken
into small bits crossing the govern
ment dams, no danger is threatened.
dui is will taxe about twenty-five
hours to clear the stream of ice.
Joseph Fitz Patrick. Robert Baker.
William Cropper and John Brown
make up a party of nimrods who
wui leave la a few davs for Boston
bay to slaughter all the ducks and
geese that alight in that neck of the
Seymour Van Duesen. of St. Louis.
shipped a carload of horses fmm mi.
lan Tuesday. There were 24 head.
wnicn makes a tatal of 85 horses
shipped oaring the month to St.
At the present time no settlement
nas Deen rescued by the council and
the saloonkeepers in regard to li
William Francis is very low. Gen
eral debility and the grippe seem to
oe tne cause oi nis iimess.
The condition of William Francis
Is very serious, and there is little
aopes of ais recovery.
an ss Lottie roster, oi uock island.
spent Tuesday visiting Milan friends
Haw's Til la i
We offer One Baadrtd Dollars aaward for any
caMofCatarrhthateannot.be cared by Ball's
F. J. CHZaaTT CO.. Props. Toledo. O.
We tks natasigned, bar kaowa P. J. Cheney
forth last 15 years, and ball era him perfectly
honoaaale hi all buslines transaction and finan
cially able to carry oat say obligation mad by
Wist A Tbdx, Wholesale D.tiggtsts, Toledo, O.
Waxkxr. KiKaaa A Basrar, Wholesale Drag-
friate, Toledo, O.
Ball's Catarrh Cnra ta rakm Internally aernw
directly oa tne blood aad asacoaa aarfacea of ta
eyeiawj. race acpar Dome, una oy au arng-
gwa. i osaaanaisia. tree.
Oaaxauodl Ble B - as eat.
Dr. Thomas Dixon, Jr., of New
York, who was to deliver a lecture
here In the T. M. C. A. lecture course
March 26, has cancelled his engage
ment, oeing unable to be nere on
time, and ia his plaoe the associa
tion has seen red Dr. Engene May, of
nasnington, u. u.. who will lecture
here March 25. his subject being 'Up
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets, au arngguU refund the
mo ley if It fails to enre. 2ft cents
The taxes for 1896 are now das
and payable at the law office of
O. E. Cramer. 1712 Second avenue.
Bring last year's tax receipts
and avoid delay ia ssarnhlag for de
scriptions. Hbbbt KaoBoxa,
Money to loan Beidy Bros. ' ;
St. Patrick's ball tomorrow night.
L. 8. McCabe has gons to New
Grand band concert at Turner hall
Great bargaina this week at Simon
Be oa hand tomorrow, it will be a
bargain feast. M. K.
Seata for spectators at the Armory
hall rink. Open tonight.
Hamlor Ingraham's players open
an engagement in repertoire at Har
pers theatre tonight.
The "Rock Island Route" is the
direct abort line to all points west,
northwest aad southwest.
The Woman's Imnrorament o-nild
of Trinity parish will meet at the
rectory Wednesday at 2 o'clock p. m.
Mr. Carse is still bragging abont
that half Nelson he got oa his prin.
olpal competitor, ap ia the Sixth
Joha Imhoff. William Imhoff . John
Mandel and George Senger left this
morning for the 'Docia on a daek
Through tonriat aleenera to Rail.
fornia without change every Tues
day and Thuradav via the Rock
Island Rente". .
Right in time for a nobby spring
overcoat comes Simon A Mosenfeld
er's removal sale. This line is sub
ject to 33 per cent discount.
Dr. Henry D. Steele, eye, ear. nose
and throat specialist. Glasses prop
erly fitted. Rosenstein block, Fifth
avenue and Fifteenth street, Moline.
No locality has better train service
than that given by the "Rock Island
Route" between the tri-cities and
Chicago. Six fast express trains
daily in each direction. -
Two magnificently equipped fast
trains daily in each direction be
tween Kock isiana ana Denver, Col
orado Springs or Pneblo, via the
"Rock Island Route". No change of
Fred Whisler returned last night
from Chicago in good health. He has
been away since early in November.
during which time he has undergone
one of the most remarkable surgical
operations xnown to science.
A meeting of colored citizens is to
be held at the Second Baptist chnrch
Thursday evening at 7 o'clock, and
tne officers, J. u. Slaughter, presi
dent, and J. W. Thompson, secre
tary, desire a fall attendance.
The township tickets in Edgington
have been named. Will Davis head.
log the democratic, and Daniel
Montgomery the republican. The
township is the one so long repre
sented in the board by Martin
COAL VALLEY CtTLLUfOaV
Coal Valley, March 11 Earl
Espey, of Galva, was the guest of
William McMeekin this week.
C. J. Searle mads a short call in
onr village Saturday.
a large crowa attended William
D. Myers' sale Wednesday.
i v. Bane departed Tuesday with
his car of effects for Independence.
air. ana urs. u. t. Krapp reioice
in the advent of a son, born Friday
Ernest Mier moved into the
house owned by Milton Bingham
urs. William Lembke. of Lvnn.
visited her daughter here the first
of the week.
The mines at Blossombnrg are to
resume work with a full force of men
within a few days.
isoya MCMicneeL assistant stew
ard, returned from a trip to Chicago,
where he visited with L. C. Dow.
John Wigley returned to his home
in Mankato, Minn.. Sundav eveninsr.
af ter a 2-weeka' visit with relatives
Rev. William Todd, formerly of
thla place, bnt more recently of
Ridgeway, Wia., visited at David
Park's last week. Mr. Todd was on
his way to Bnttsfield. Tex., where he
has purchased a farm.
Miss Annie Anderson, whose par
ents reside at this plaoe, was mar
ried at Cambridge over two weeks
ago to nr. Ldnaoloom, of Bock Isl
and. The marriage was kept a
secret from the public until a few
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Miller, of
Davenport, visited with Mrs. Mil
ler's sister. Mrs. W. J. Gilpin, the
latter part of last week.
Sunday Albert Woolley, son of Jo
seph Woolley, while gathering eggs,
fell from the hay mow, sustaining a
compound fracture of one of hia arma.
Dr. Myers reduced the fracture and
at the present writing the injury is
Before the horae ia atnian. Pnrif.
enrich aad vitalise your blood, and
ouild np your physical system before
disease attacks yoa and serious sick
ness COmea. Hnnri'a fi..a.n.rSlla
will make yon atrong and vigorous,
and will expel from yonr blood all
impurities and germs of disease.
Take Hood's Sarsaparila now.
Hood's pills are the best family
cathartic. Easy to take, gentle, mild.
25 cents. -
Beaver Dam, O., Ang. 27, 1895.
My daughter, after being treated
by four doctors, aad barina? erivam an
for lost, a neighbor reeoameaded
Foley's Kidney Cars. Today ahs is
able to Walk several mila arithont
fatigue. I feel we would have lost
l m mm. . a, - -
aer u was not ior yonr medicine.
Una. J. u. Baust.
Bold by M. I. BatoNB.
PLAYS AK0 PaJYEI&
Thomas W. Kerne and hla anm-
pany of players gay an eJaborate
presentation of Shakespeare's tab
lime bistorleal traaredv. Jalin
Csssar, at llarper's thentre last
night. The aadienoe, both la num
bers aad chaneter. should serve
as another proof to the theatre
management (hat meritorioas at
tractions will receive the resnonsa
that becomes them ia Boek Island.
and that it is not accessary to en
courage the lower grade of actors, so
called, who tread the stage, ia order
to develop the naandal aids of ths
amusement enterprise. ' .
The three mala characters in ths
immortal play were well played laat
night. While Mr. Keene does net
seem so well adapted to tne portrayal
of Cassias aa hs is to ths more emo
tional characters which Shakespeare
has conceived in history's pages
Glousterand Macbeth, for instance
yet the passing of time has toft
him still a genius, xne ranting
which has become a part of the em
bodiment of his Richard, which is
his masterpiece, is less be coming in
the classic yet canning old Roman
statesman ia which we saw him last
night. His best acting was ia the
tent scene in the qnarrei wita nra.
tus. At all events, it was then that
we saw the - best of Keene and
Keene at best is great. Charles B.
Hanford's Maro Antony was superb.
In his oration over Caesar's bier, his
great powers as an actor fonad f nil
scope. The role is one oi tne most
heroic and inspiring ia dramatic art
and history. It was in it that Mr.
uaniord distinguished himself while
with Booth and Barrett, and still
later as a star. It is a creation as
Mr. Hanford portrays it. Mare An.
tony was if anything the distinctive
role in the play . last night. Carl
Abrendt's Brntus was strong, but
could have been given more feeling.
more are. The slight parts oi Usi
phnrnia by Mary Timberman, aad
Portia by Marie Trofnah were
sweetly enacted, and ths company on
a whole was well selected. Keeae
presents Louis XI at the Bnrtis this
lancolnj. Carter, author of so
many successful melodramas, is a
man of remarkable fertility of inven
tion. In his latest play, "The Heart
of Chicago." which comes to the Bur-
us Wednesday afternoon nnd even
ing, he has succeeded in introdnciag
something absolutely new to .the
atage. It is the much praised ap
proaching train scene, in which as
engine and a line of cars are seen to
be approaching the footlights, ap
parently for miles away, for fully 10
minutes, without for one moment
becoming lest to view. This scene
occupies 10 minutes from the time
the headlight is first seen to the mo
ment the engine comes to a halt at
the footlights. Those who have seea
the approaohing train pictures as
thrown on screens by the vitascope.
cinematographe and other animated
gictnre machines, can appreciate the
eauty of the scene. Bnt thla is not
accomplished by pictures. A heavy
engine and real men at ths throttle
and fire box, aided by a double stage,
clever perspective arrangements and
complicated stage apparatus, fairly
outdoes Edison. Fall returns from
the great prise fight will be read
from the stage between acts.
u Pieui in "Monte Crlsto" is an at-
tractioa that always is considered a
sure money-maker in all ths princi
pal ineavues m mis country, its stu
pendous record of 10 years continu
ous success is a source of wonder to
managers and public alike. - Mr.
O'Neill's performanee of "The Count
of Monte Cristo" has earned for him
money and fame, and the title of the
leading romantic actor Ja America
He will be seea ia Dumas' great play
at the Bnrtis next Thursday evening.
A twa OwportaaJty.
We give away, absolutely free of
cost, for a limited time only. The
I'eopie s uommon sense Medical Ad
viser, by R. V. Pierce, M. D., chief
consulting physician to the Invalid's
Hotel and Surgical institute, a book
of 1,008 large pages, profusely illus
trated, nouna in strong paper covers,
to anyone sending 21 cents in one
cent stamps, to cover oost of mailing
only. . Over 680.000 copies of this
complete family Doctor Book already
sold in cloth binding at regular price
of 11.50 World's Dispensary Medi
cal Association, Buffalo, N. T.
lateeostlna;, Bat Be Bseies.
There ia no secret abont maklne
ice by machinery. The process is
i k . . i . .
simple- uur ikuu; ib open ior in-
spectton at au times and a cordial
inritatlon ia extendnd . to wlalt It
The process of freeaing ice, however.
is nui u iwpui woi au saw rjuneamer
aa it is to know what it ia mads from
Pure ice can only be made from
pure water, ana to secure pure water
it uiuaa uw utiuiies. isiBMuea water
is water boiled and mad intn ataem
which is cooled back again into
River water, heavilv charged with
sewerage from ' factories, sUUes,
homes, hospitals, etc.. aad coataln.
1DP is inTiBinie msnsnri. arm
never eaaka bin Lea. 11mm nalv ma.
oiBctarea ice wnicn can oa aepenaea
. . - - . . .
upon ior purity, as it is made iro
Cbtstax Ice ft Cold Stobaok Co..
Tslsnhnsa Sill. laawaamrt-
Bock Ialaad offioa. H. waa Knack-.
ritz'a tilth avenue pharmacy.
aweSB ateeak laaaajal DaaaeaaaSB.
Democrats of South Boek Island
ara requested to meet at the to we
hallTeeedsy evevng. Marah 1C, for
the purpose of nominating a sapsr
visor, town Biers, ate. vy order oi
alter Baker & Co.'s
t. Because it fa absolutely pure.
& Because It b not made by the so-called dmo, fnem In
- which fhrmifalt are used.
3. Because beans of the finest quality are used.
4. Because It is mad: by a method which prcjsyass arnnnured
lbs exquisite natural flavor and odor of the beans.
5- Because tt is the most economical, costint leg than one cent
Be sore asat yea sat the fasawa artkl saasa fry WALTEB
BAKER A CO. LaS.. Darcksasar. JSasa. rtaaifcjatS 1780.
1605 Second Avenue
MS MIS' SS.
WE DON'T EXPECT
To sell all the shoes, bat wa do sell a great maay aad Bafiir.
ally want to sell many more.
WE DO EXPECT
To sell the best for the
' satisffactlon that hs or
Is very full and inolndes everything from ths Child's Slipper
to the finest and best Lady's or Gentleman's Shoe.
WE WILL BE
With you agala with
1704 Second Ave.
ISSaT -El TLHT
In I For the NEW SPRING
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atalsathcana, aat ywar sail and srhaaas I1H11 Hi, aal othar koya to hda roe corkx them.
no ahootsaaae wfcea aaaiarrWaa. Wraraa end we w SaS m haw to aaVasaaa lo all tne
and aat tbm to aav tW tmbt U ram. The i 1 1 wkS aawt all ess Seam roe aeS ear kaa
ui to So U. SroahundidUrAaaJalaatahrtnaaanrali ilfcanM InB ranaa ash.
ALONG THE LINE
la order to elsar ap tae laU aad Wlatar hsjslaaes. a ssresaiag
redurtioB has n mda. Call w. -s?TLCO.
money and give the customer so rood
she will come again.
a nobby lias this spring. Watch
That Is all men who know a
really good article o! head
wear are waiting for
C:r - C:zf - S;rl:i - SLj,
- Walt no longer, we hare
them now. the best $3 hat
made. Call and examine
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ii Ml! Ed