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MICHAEL, KING AWHEEL
Great Benefit He Has Received From Paine's
Invincible, peerless, wonderful is
Michael. When he races his chiel
competitor is time, and when he
crosses the tapo In his finishing
sprint he leaves records as well as
opponents behind him.
James Michael, the most wonder
ful bicyclist of the world, recom
mends all wheelmen to take Paine's
Many a yonng person and hun
dreds of older people who have de
termined to take up bicycling as a
teilth-giviD exercise find them
selves really lacking the proper
snap" or stamina to begin on.
Their bodily condition prevents so
spirited exercise Many who are
really sick, who have suffered from
debility or wasting diseases for a
long time until they had beon tu
think their troubles had become
chronic, as nothing gavo them re
lief, wcnld tarn to bioycling for re
lief, but they lind that this splendid
exercise, like any other, requires
strength to undertake. Xhe blood
is out of order, tho nerves nro de
ranged, and nature's food for both is
All such persons will find to their
immense joy that Paine's celery
compound will make them well.
Michael hat made cycle riding a
careful study, and is in a position to
give cxcollent advice, not only to
racing men, but to wheelmen and
people in general. In reference to
Boxing Gloves and Sporting Goods
of all kinds
AT THE LOWEST PRICES
Boxing Gloves Our own make now
on sale at
Bennett's Glove Store
g REV. J. WESLEY MILLER,
r l3r 11. 18:: I h
tr,e wintrier aaoa AMD tsi laat winter
mil law wn. " (rj town """"i Bui
Lnnr Ba'm bare hnrm enmpltelr carot.
CONSTIPATION FOR IOOR 12 YEARS. and at tlaea bee got a.
aa eight Ue without iha b w monoe. and u Had to take BMdteiira eonstaatrr.
bat bas ncrer found entMnf tbst baa doae her to moeb good aa
DR. KAY'S RENOVATOR.
a haa takea tnar SRe aozae, enl while ttkmi it, baa been mritar ard haa
latprnved In bar reaeral aral'teary laRch. and I take plaue In rejamvendiiia
Ir. KJ' rmoodl-a tn tbeao wkt ara afflictad "J. Wtim null, Paator M. K.
Char h. O-mndTivw, III. lr Ksy'a Renorm nrhu cond o many of the wont ea
or DYSPEPSIA that wa comld r a ipccilc for thi dlMm. and for proof wa
refir all to wa traimoma! ol woltnl tut reported in oar bonk. H cured
naay but eaa of HEADACHE, aad when c tared by coast! patron cr djuprv-
ia It laenra to euro aver; caae, la fact, w britere it has o aatiai for heaiiaciio
rmm wtutterorcann. Italwara rnrcs
and kl.mar rnmpUlrta, Mmuncaa, Baoralia. Impcra Kood. aararna. kia dii
ptmp.a, boll, brotcnaa, clandaiar caJaroinenia, dr RHEUMATISM
Pa. hltMdhvdrairKlataora-ntbTmaliatkScaadSl. MbAi attav I at w
Maaaaoa. Addraaa lit. B. J. Kay Matiical
aar i "umaa inaunrot ana aiaaDia
Sold by T. H. Thomas, Druggist.
his own methods the following letter
wiu interest everybody:
Boston, Mass., Feb. 21, 1807.
After the exertion cf ray reeord
rides while with thi Morgan &
Wright team in the south last win
ter, during which I lo3t somewhat In
weight, on account of the unaccus
tomed climate, I wa3 ndvired to nee
Paine's celery compound. I am
pleased to say that it crave snch sat
isfaction that I was impelled to use
it again to braco op from the effects
of the two unusually rough ocean,
trips mat i nave xanen aunng the
past momn. i believe that wheel
men who have to undergo the hard
ships of "circuit chasing" will find
Paine's celery compound cf assist
ance in Keeping np their physical
tono. Jimmib Michael.
Thousands need to take a remedy
to purify the blood, arouse the cir
culation and counteract the debili
tating effect of confining work,
worry and excitement.
The mere intelligent portion of
every community aro the ones who
best recommend Paine's celery com
pound. They have looked into. this
areat remedy, followed its remark
bio achievements in tho case of
friends, neighbors and relative?, end
know just what to expect from its
uso as & nerve and brain streogth-
encr and restorer and an ideal in
viporator for a run down system.
Cured of a Bad Cough.
been troubled far Ter I with a eon? Is T
Lad a mw, altik of brouetattle woici
alter laarngtoreatBC Doxee of Dr. Bar
m wifa ha km. tr...hiwi 1.1.
BILI0USNES8 and sit fonna of l'.Tor
RrtlMI." A art 11.IB. KMk .Matin .11
Con Wcatemumoa, Omaha, S'braaka.
The Garner-Kerns Wedding
at Ottumwa, Iowa,
A EEILLIAJT KUPIUlL EVUTT.
To Caramny Whrek Caltad On of
Iowa'a Falraat Daaa;kiten to On ot
Kork I-Und'a Foraaaoat and SUalaa;
Tonne FrafaesloBal Haa Brlac a Br sht
Arqntclcloo to tke Olty.
TITHE Ottumwa (Iowa) Courier of
J I V Thursday evening contains a
z-coinmn accoact of the Gar
ner-Kerns weddine there the
preceding Eight and from which tho
Miss b.av. b. Garner, danshtcr
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Garner, of
this city, as united in marriage to
George Mania Kerns, of Knelt
Island, 111., at Trinity Episcopal
church last evening at 8 o'clock, the
weacinsr oeinf one of the most bril
liant and beantifnl ever w'tnessed in
Ottumwa. The rector of the parish.
cev. J. uouieter L.yncn, ana ur. A.
C. Stilson, of Dei Moines, former
pastor of the parish, performed the
wedding service. A large number
ol invitations had been issued, and
early the guests began to gather at
the beautiful church home of Trinity
parish. A few minutes before the
bridal party arrived the organ
poured forth the notes of the musi
cal numbers, the audienoa waiting
the while with very apparent interest
ior ne arrival ol the bridal party.
Promptly at 8 o'clock the choir tro-
coeded np the aisle singing the pro
cessional, 'ine voice Thai Breathed
O'er Eden,' which, was written by
Mrs. Rudd, of St. Mary's school at
&.noxvuie. ill., where the bride was
formerly a student. Tho andience
arose As the choir approached the
chancel, the notes of the organ
8wei)f d with the beautiful Wagner
wedding march, and the bridal party
folio wed the choir by in procession n p
the aisle. Tho ushers were Ed Stiles,
cousin of the bride, of Kansas City;
Lawrence Garner, brother of the
bride; Will C. Nye. of Moline, and
Warren Guthrie, of Atchison, Kas
The bridesmaids were Missts Lacy
iniuCT, ui uii'n;u; noieuce mama,
of Mnsr-atine; Dorothy Stiles, of
Kansas City, and Margaret Mahon.
of thia-city. Then came the maid of
honor, Miss Laura Garner. Follow--
leg her oame the bride alone. Sbe
was richly gowned in white satin,
out cn train with a veil of white
tulle, held in place by a beautiful
orooca ol aiamonas and pearls, the
gift of the groom, and carried a bou
quet of bride's roses. She made a
beautiful picture. Tho maid of
honor was gowned in white muslin
de sole over pink taHeta, Misses Par
dee and Mahin in white siik mull
over bine taHeta and Misses Stiles
and Mahon in white over pink taffeta
Tho precession moved nnder arches
of green, which spanned the aisle.
ending with a larger arch at the
chancel eteps. '! ho choir rail was
lso completely covered witb green.
pink roees in quantity heightening
iho tlTect of the decorations at the
rail and on the numerous arches.
Bocqaets of beautiful pi a is: roses
cre used on the altar and elacwhere.
The sides of tho aitar wore banked
wiih palms. The decorations of the
church, witch were ar:i-tic. were
the work cf the Fortnightly club,
under tho direction of the president.
Mrs. Catherine Taylor, the bride be
ing a member of the club. At the
chancel steps, the groom and best
man, Alexander Stewart, of Bock Isl
and, awaited the bride. Just before
reaching them, she was joined by
her father, who accompanied her to
me sieps ol tne cnaucei. Dr. SMI
son said tbe betrothal part of the
service, tho bride's father giving her
away, immediately alter which the
bride and groom, beat man end maid
of honor advanced to the altar rail,
preceded by the clergymen, and
took tbeir places inside the rail.
where Eector Lynch proceeded with
the marrioge service. After the
marriage service, Dr. Stilgon pro
nounced the blessing, after which he
presented the bride with a hand
somely bound prayer book in white
and silver, from which he had read
the service, and which she carried
from the church.'
"Returning from the altar rail the
oride and groom were followed by
the bridal party and marched down
tne aisle, the organ playing MendelB'
sohn's wedding march. Thev en.
tered their carriages in front ef the
church and were" whirled aray to
the Garner home, and the flitting
iights of the carriages, the shadows
of tbe soft moonlight made the scene
one of beauty and festivity. An im
rjeense crowd of people was congre
gated outside of the church door, and
remained there until the sound of
the horses1 clattering hoofs died
away and the guests began to emerge
from tne c&urcn. uae hundred and
seventy guests, relatives and inti
mate friends, were received by the
rjartv at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Garner. The parents of
tbe bride, air. ana Mrs. J. W
Garner, the parents of the groom,
Mr. and Mrs. b. Kerns, ci uock Isl
and; Judge and Mrs. Stiles, of .Kan
sac City; Mrs. Lingo, sister cf Mis.
Garner, of Keokuk, and Mrs. Stilson,
of Dea Moines, greeted the gnests in
the patlor, the decorations of which
were red, American beauty roses be
ing used. Mrs. Garner was gowned
in elegant black satin with trim
mings of white. Mrs. Kerns wore a
brown brocaded satin, Mrs. Stiles a
fco wn of handsome black silk, lira.
P ATOItPAT. OCTOBER 0," Uw7;
Lingo black brocaded silk, Mrs. Stil
son an e tarn ine in Napoleon bine
over tan silk.
vT be bridal party atood vnder an
arch of green in the sitting room to
receive. The decorations ia this
room were pink, fink, white and
green were the dominating colors in
ine aining room, in tne center of
the table stood an immense bowl of
pink and white roses, around which
was arranged sprays of asparagus
ferns, and at one corner aat a small
vase of roses.
" IT adding Bella."
"The guests registered during the
evening, in Wedding Bells,' a vol
ume wbicp was written last evening
at the reqttfcst of the bride and
groo. and which avili occupy a
prominent place in their library.
The Schubert MandoJn clab played
during the evening. Ia an npttairs
room the wedding gifts were dis
played to view a most elaborate and
valuable collection, testifying tho re.
gard ib which the f oocg people wr
held by the donors. At 12 o'clock
Mr. and Mrs. Krus were to leave on
the midnight Barlingtoa train, aad
a (pw moments before that time,
while most of the guests were yet
assembled at the Garner home, the
bridal party took tbe;r Carriages for
tbe station, the bride aud groom run
ning a veritable gauntlet of swiftlv
moving and generous quantities of
rieo. i he bride's gong away gown
was a dark wine colored tailor made
PLAYS AT THE THEATRE.
Bartiett's Vaudeville Entertain
ment company concludes its engage'
ment at Harper's theatre this even
This evening at the Borlis, under
Charles i rob. man's management, the
great comedy success, "Miss Francis
of Yale," is to be presented with th
fnvonte young acttr, Kticnne Gir&r
dor, as the star, tho man who made
tbe whole civilized world laugh as
unariey's Aunt." Tbe company to
be seen here is the original one. and
includes Messrs. Uen Weetford
Eaymund Capp, George F. Fairen
Louis Grisel and the Misses Lavinia
Shannon, Sarah McVickcr, Monto
Donico, Gertrude Homan and Idalere
Tomorrow night at Harper'o thea
tre "u:o Olson," always a favorite
and in his original garb, though
with many new features, is to come
among us. A strong company with
complete accessories insure a first
class production. The sensational
feature is in the introduction of a
bicycle race. It is but natural that
the ubiquitous bike should plav an
important role in the drama of to
day, and keeping in touch with this
colossal faotor for rocrealiou and en
joyment, John Lawson, better knotrn
as "i he Terrible Swede." has ban
specially engaged to ride a race
against ail comers at every perform
John E. Dvorak will begin an cn
gagement Monday evening next at
uarper theatre in one of Shakes
puare's grandest and greatest come
dies, Miyiock," supported by a com'
pacy of merit. The scenic effects and
stage settings which havo assisted in
making Mr. Dvorak's production in
other cities go popalai, will bo used
here. The Hftsori will ba three
nights, Mr. Dvorak playing the
Cardinal in Richelieu" Tuesday
evening, Oct. 12. and changing bis
program to "ir Jefcvl and Mr
Hyde" the following night, Wednes-
ujf, uui. o. iqd iusi, namea piay
has almost a national reputation.
and the public will witness an aggre
gation semom equalled. The prices
of admission during this engngvment
saouia oa a great Tealure, as never
before has Sbflhespeare'a p'.fiys been
produced by a company of this
standard at the scslo.
A BlMlinf to tha Babies of trto Poor Aa
Kacarpilao That ftboald Ba Fostrrad.
The pn4;c:t la vtry enconragins that t!i
dletrlbntloa of pasteurized milk, devoid ft all
microbie senna, among the children of the poor
at a nominal price, will become general In the
laraa eltlce of the rnitad StaWe. V.tUethis
benevolence will tc a blosing to thctaMoa, our
a. alt poon'ation enjoy an equally great oca In
the nencBt conferred by Hojteticfa ttamach
Bitten npon perrons afflicted wib kidney scd
bladder complaint. l!aner from Brigbra dia-
ean and diahetea la enrtly averted by thla ad
mirable prevent va, wbirh la a)ao a tafrgaard
a;alDtt malarial fever and rhenmaiam, aad a
tborongh remedy for djapepeia, eonstlpattim.
uvcr complaint and neivanr-neee. Diseaaes. 1
e'snJflcant at the ontet, enlarge ttie'r prop r! iota
asd capacity for detraction through neglect.
Ar.o-.her point of importance in ! g th:a ater
ling remedy la. that It ahoojd be taken with rag
nlarity acd peraialenca.
Try Allen's Foot-Faa.
A powder to be ehaVea into the
shoes. At this season year feet .feel
swollen and hot, and get - tired eas
ily. If you have smarting feet or
tignt snoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease.
It cools tbe feet and makes .walking
easy, unres ana prevents . swooien
and sweating feet, blisters an cal
lous spots. Relieves corns anu ban
ions of all pain and , rives rest and
comfort.. Try it today. . Sold by all
druggists and ahoe stores for 25
cents. Trial packages Free. Ad.
dress Allen 8. Olmsted, Le Soy,
HI. X. , . - .
Worktsc Wanaaa'a Boaaa A ecamtl .
21 S. Peoria 8t Chicago. I1L,
Jan. 11, 1896.
Our Working Woman's Rome As
sociation used Foley's Honey and
Tar six years ago, aad are uaing it
toaay. it nas always been a favor
ite, for while its taste is iiot at all
unpleasant its effects are very bene-
nciai. it nas never yet disappointed
ns. Wishing yon all possible suc-
seas, BiacBieiy yours,
Laura G. Fixon, Mgr.
Far sale by T. fl. Thomas.
MAY CHAL'GE RUNS.
Rock Island Freight Men on the
Road Too Long
RETUM TO THE ' OLD STBTElf.
Oompaay Baallsas Taat Kaaployas Caaaot
Stand tha Ordaona Bvtlaa Caster aba Pros
aat riaa BarltnaTtoai to BaM a aaaaT
atneaat Uapot at Q akaoy Qaweral Maws
f tha BattwajSL
TT is probable that the Bck
Island railway company will
JL. return to the old system of
operating freight trains on tbe
east Iowa division. The runs now
extend from Hack Island to Vallev
Junction, a distance of 180 miles.
Crews are in many instances .on tbe
road ior zi aours at a stretch. They
return home tired, sleepv exhausted
from overwork. When business la-
creases, such as it has in the past
few months, the men are caalei out
before they hardly reach their homes.
The resnltis nnmerons complaints on
tne part ox employes, some of whom
say they cannot hold ont much
longer under the present strain. All
railroad men say it is surprising to
them that more wrecks have not
occurred. Tbe ofhoials cf the com
pany have come to realise the neces
sity of remedying the situation, and
it is understood a change is now
under consideration. Under the old
system the division was apportioned
a follows: Rock 'land to Brooklyn;
Diooaiyn to stuari; Muart to Conn
cil Bluffs. Now it is from Bock Isl
and to Valley Junction; Valley Juno-
nun to uouncii mass. Tbe distanoe
from here to Brooklyn is 1U6 miles.
This, it is claimed, is itself a loos
run. II there is a change it may re
sult in several of the employes mov
ing to stuart.
The old Burlington union depot at
tjaincy, which has done service for
jj years, ana wnicn in early years
was coasiaerea me largest and finest
depot west of Chicago, is to g. At
the time of the big Chicago. burlit:g.
toa & Quinoy strike the Burlioeton
had plans completed to put np a fiuo
new OL-pot, but the stuke Caused
postponement ol the company's
pians. r or tne past Toonm tbe Uur-iiugt-n
has been quietly baying np
real estate, having expended 160,000
in tats way. These purchases will
give it ample room for a 1160.000 de
pot, a menraoth freight depot, en
larged switch yards and ground for
a loop to and from the river bridge.
It is possible that a wagon road will
be added to the bridge across the
river. The Burlington has bought
property here, too, but we haven't
sees the depot yet.
Oil.er Kailway Rows.
T. C. Scott, trainmaster of the
Bock Inland, is ill at his home ia
James Maroney, who had charge
o! an engine ia the yards at Blue
Island, is runnirg between Blue Isl
and and Kock Island.
Rook Island division. No. 107, Or
der of Bailway Conductors, has ap
pointed the following committee to
confer with the people of this city
rn:erence to mating a propo&i
tion at the national convention of
the ondnctora at Detroit in May,
l'sas. looking to securing the re
moval of the hnadqnarters from
Cellar Rapids to Book Island: F. A.
Bledsoe, Ihomts Donahue, Charles
Nicholas, J. Dizoteil and Carney
Burch. The conductors have one of
the largest ami wealthiest orders in
the country. Bock Island is a favor
ite among the places which wonld
like to land tho headquarters, and it
X- - J . . 1
in uiuiiuru couia secure tne priza bv
patting forth a little effort. So let's
go after it right.
Una Hand Dnaa
of Dr. Bell's Fine-Tar-Honey on re-
tirin&r StODS a COOirh. mlievaa omnn
or cures a cold, and insures quiet
. j , . . i . .
ma gnu reirepDing sieep. it is barm
less. Babies lova it. All mntiu..
who have used it recommend It. Try
n v vent ovine irom your druggist.
It Hits tba aaoc.
When su Coring from a severe cold
and your throat and longs feel sore,
take a dose of Foley's Hone v and Tar
when the soreness will be at once re
lieved, a warm grateful feeling and
healing of the parts affected will be
experienced and you will say: "It
feels so good. It hits the spot-" It
is guaranteed. For s . by TV H.
Burdock Klnnit RlMan at(nl.
sveti me of a terrible breakinc out
aU over my body. It is a wonderful
medicine." Miss Julia El bridge,
box 85, West Cora well. Conn. For
saie oy marshal! ft Fisher.
Yon onght to know that when
ft ftcfa. Ilirsi romari m I Vr."! V ! Jk
" aa.va j aVSl 1 UIO j IV 1U
Bey Cure. Guaranteed or money re-
fflnrlakal a?A.aa .lo aV SM
uubu,, a v eaia ut x xi A II Out ft ft.
MADE ME A MAN
osmvM.y mitt .
,Ul. ' i-a uaiiLjr n
m a nvTiot
TIL'" .'V T "r marr.aa'u.
rmif. I-vuiifr alc4nauii.
7 '" J ,f , KIT SBT lioesa
nrtrjr t gmmrnmi aj.VYrV.TLT " aM"
mITu . .T- c""" n eaSBariWund tha
AJAX REMEDY C0M nZtZ
wr aa.e ra noes HlaaS by J,
OIL CLOTH RUGS
Having Bought the Entire Stock of Oil
HI. 6. ttladswortl J (5o;
At a great bargain we will sell these goods at cost
the coming week. We have a very fino assortment
of patterns ia all tbe widths, and oil cloth rugs in
all sises and all the new colors. Oil cloth blading
ia brass and sine at yery low prices for this week.
-DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY-
7ool w- S- HOLBROOK.rjoo
D If M 1CS' 105 107 K SeC0Bd SL f
nOliS J TDJTVZEZETFOTlT ? Rolls J
m 1 -i T ii i tn - '
When in Donbt,
Health is Life's
Onr KlectHe Machine for
trie treatment of Mamas
Piarawa. kbaaaaatirai ana
Z Uaf ora.
iYorlfs Greatest and
la Chronic, Hervons, rrtvato
CATAURH Bronchitis. Asthma, Early Consumption, Rheumatism. Nen-
ralala. irfapepsis, Scrofala, Sjrphllls aad all" Mood, liTer and kldarj dlaaaaes.
WOMEN Suffering from diseases of the womb, oyarios. bladder. kMnnys.
neremn esaanatloe. parpftattna of to heart. rvrptia or aT dtaeaae ierlar to tha aas.
ataoaid call on tba great j.oelalwt aad set aa opinion oa ttn-tr caaa free of chars.
KLECTUICITT Scientifically applied. aWrons debility, piles, exhanstly
dtaJqa.ntirhtloaaes.dafeetrasBWBorr. throsaraed Insanity, lonscf win power, caeutal ao-
VARICOCELE Is the most active cause ot nervous debility. Why
mnutha witn othm arhen we fnnrantoa foa a permanent can la aerao dajs br our t
aaeihodr Bdrotele cared in lb me days-ao pais.
THE PRAISES WE HAVE RECEIVED For onr rcmarkr.Ms sl ill In curing
esere jrlTeo np aa bopelsM by all. baa compelled as Is oe ihla aiaanf la mdar V alas tle y-
tile, aa wrll aa the media! Mnfaaalm thm
Imluible (kill In V art of anryrr . Hi member ytmt tamlly vba1an ! a'w.ra lme sa
see ea ooeratn. We ara willlne loapread our buowledye aiS rbrw otr akJlL and wa re
Jmtijonail ot tne dftilr eonmtalauona we reotlve frm tbr nMM raalno for tar aa
Tanced medical anl aurc-l lltrstate we bavawritti. OLTCX'U a.BI.I CASBT4a"EV,
Beet of refomen at.d credentials. If roa cannot call, arnts. Uuudiaos corad ba tuaU.
Uocre- S to 12. t to a. 7 to 8 ; Saodaja. 11 ut to I :.
CHICAGO lIlICAXIlISTmJIB V.XrZuZ?1'-
Wail Paper Slaughter Sale
o AT THE o
SCHMEIL & ANDERSON STORE.
Twentieth Street and Fourth Avenue.
ADAMS WALL PAPER GO.
When You Put Up That Stova
You'll want a new part, a grate lining, leg or lid,
perhaps. Bring us the old casting and we'll make a
new one at about half the cost in Chicago or elsewhere.
NOVELTY MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
Makers of Fine Light Gray Iron Catting., Pattens; Models, etc.
rUOSE 1856. - . N03. 8S8, 630. CSS TWENTY-FOURTH CTREE
nv!Per Cent Paid oa Deposits.
Moaev Leaned oa Pereomal OoCateral or ReeCEstate Secarity.
Bafsa bartaiaa Jaiy a. IMS, ac eaeay tba
a . ear. Mttanajh aa,yasasj aam aajewaa
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
OIL CLOTH I 100
Oonsnlt the Beat.
Dr. J. E. Walsh,
lata of (lik-ego foraK-n
Knrcran.la "rlef of (U.
Cast Sstcossfitl Spsclalist
and arslcl Diseases of Both SaxeS .
Prompt and Permanent Cires.
hna a ..... r a h.
ROCK IF LABI), ILL.
OITICX AMD SHOP