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ASSCLDTELY CUiKiSTEED !f
TflE EfiTIS fiOUSEfiOLD
A wuli with pleasant expectation fh ar.
rival ol aach n:-v number ct
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fe, Irtikft. .r m.iv f.f tin l. .i;rh.Tivinr 1
.ttld'xr t-atnnir. oi 1 1 kc. a y'-u !
ura-i itfiMIn ! .uhnir f ventsthi; wnrld over.
Hum l-olKi Mill iln.l it frrn-iitFritvith
atiri i n vf unl nt t1 ..nt- t;n: rvptfu) raad
inir. An) fcjrt, wii !i m finv in lifind. anior a
vt.;il.,.- ehnugt! cf nlr, can Vint, un-'
fHiniinr r"ii iui'1 rsii r:vr Mcanrrt
J.a"t h'itn!iiys yri.ihy spent.
Ill ISjo Wurld ir az.iir
sport kcrpsniiimnianrl itntlcrgrailniates
ii'Timri i tue fioin'i in t'ifcollKn wrtrld.
XI If- aeanrr1 hfttaHmfntflirnn.1
Ii-lss Ihr d-jiin ,i tjic month and is an rnJ
cy inj, mj. i ,.t nil th Kpnrtsaml Pastimes'.1
Tin- ailuatrntlonM of portlnc'
lrrnraara olwi; rtitic and form a val-
iiiiblo t.illnt t..n f .r t.ii- sportsman. -1
iiaini'nri'irn isriiwry frcuhanJ wboie-
twaoil.4, iiiiltl nail atradms. ' n
fconl a li cent stamp for a specimen copy. I
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The OutJnz lubl.sbIn-Co.V.i
lO FIFTH AVENCE, N. y. " '?
Ow rwr Hotnt ana Ua It lnvt4d.
Insurance and Loans.
joiu 4, Mitchell & I. voie b'ng.
In the laundry business U what onr
patmns own na to be. So you can't
blame us forVrowloB when we have
won the rkht on your alilrt fronts
collars eu!T and shirt walM. We
do t!ie best wink In town, acd are
looking for your bundle Shall we
fPti . .ing phone 1214.
ITS Third Ava. FbotM 1814.
you Sor Thmnf. PlmnlM. rMn
Mlorrd Spo'5. Arhi. I Hi! Smkl ITWr In
louth. Hair-Falling? Writu Cook Kkmkpt
o.,-o Mnsonle lijnp'.e, Chicago, 11!., for
roof of cures; capital, $500,000. Worst
law cured In 18 to 83 days. 100-page
for r.rmr.n kex
Thin rtmfdy blna;
Jrrtcd dirrrtlr tm the
arat or inoae aiM-aaa
r th 0-ntto-l ri aaxy
I Ora-aas, reqalrea
I W PJ3hapa;e rf diet. , Cr
!U txf diet, i
sdayw. aniall plain par It.
L-f; ?onrU Aaoa Drue Store! sole
of ip". ri.r. m th.:,u Laxai
TATI.UB KIOUK TOFIC8.
Taylor Ridge. Nov. 3. "Bible
Inj" cxerciees will be observed at
the Taylor Ride church the 14th
Inst., cnmmeiioinjj at 2 p. m.
Mr9. W. O. Forgy has been ill for
W. S. McCullongh Sundaytd in
Miss Lizzie Taylor has been viait
Jn? in Rock Island.
Miss Iva Johnson was visiting in
Reynolds last week.
John Scars, of Scars, was a visitor
at J. Harnett's last Friday.
Mr. Bnd MM. Jnhn "snicHnr nrora
Rock Island visitors last Saturday.
Miss Gussio Tonibcck, ol Molino,
la a guest of Mr. and Mrs. William
Miss "Donaldson visited with Mrs.
William Patterson last Fririr nH
Dir. and Mrs. hoaton, of Edg
ington, were guests over Sunday
There was a verv cood attendant
at tho social at Mr. Montgomery's
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patterson, of
Edrineton. visited his hrnther. Wil.
liam Patterson, Tuesday.
John Forgy, Sr., had the misfor
funo to bo dragged from the horse he
was ridin? and have his nhnnlrfpr hnd.
ine liaptist people will hold their
next rueetinr nt the hnmn cf Xfioj
Maggio Miller, near Marston, next
Minor Curtis' new house Is to bo a
verr cico buildinc with hav
abovo and below, and three gables,
and all modern finishing.
Stropes Bros, had thn Tniafnrf un.
to lose their threshing separator by
Bro last Wednesday night. It is
supposed to have canoht h flrimr
sparks from tho engine.
.mere was eome talk of thieves
causing considerable trouble for the
last week or two in the lower end of
tho district. Thev were arrestnd
Tuesday morning near Milan.
Well diecin? is the raire at nri.
cnt. Adolch Sohneider and Will
Patterson havo each had a well dug,
and Pros Ball had a trnnA nnn nut
down at his hom. There is some
talk of lowering tho town pump well,
and it is ruu.U needed.
W eek borore last the Milan pnrrA-
spondent mndo a slight mistake in
icaru kj una iteatn buying the
blacksmith shop at Taylor Kidge.
lie wanted to bay and the sale was
talked up, but fell through. Mr.
Heath has since bought the 6hop at
The Com Ids Woman
Who goes to tho club while her hus
band tends the bhhv. aa wnll aa tho
good old-fashioned woman who locks
after her home, will both at times
get run down in health. They will
bo troubled with 1 naa nf Annorita
headaches, sleeplessness, fainting or
dizzy spells. The most wonderful
remedy for these women ii Electric
Bitters. Thousands of sufferers
from lame back and wxak kidneys
rise up and call it blessed. It is the
m.'dicine for women. Femalo com
plaints and nervous troubles of all
kinds are soon relieved by the use of
Electric Bitters. Dolicate women
should keep this remedy on hand to
build up tho system. Only 50 cents
per bottle. For sale bv Hartz & ri-
Ailrcrttanl Lint Ho. 4..
T,It Of lpttr l;n.ftln1 f.ip tn nv.m.
at Hock Lslnml Nov. A, H7.
mom. Mrs. (! r.camnn. John
AOilfrwin, C W. Kckert. Jetxie
ArUrer. rillbert S. Oram. Koben
lli.ick. Velma M. WMhite, Cora
LK:m, kit und Tom
Anrpmcy.ll. Ficher. William.
T. II. Thomas. Postmaster 1
A Klduey Dlaa Olvan l"p by Four Doe-
Baivcr Dam, O.. Aug. 27, 1S95.
My daughter, after being treated
by four doctors, end being given up
for lost, a neighbor recommended
Foley's Kidney Cure. Todav sho is
aula to walk several miles without
fatigue. I fool wo would have lost
her if it was not for vonr medicine.
Respectfully, Mrs j. M. Bailet.
For sale by T. II. Thomas.
Chroolo Khaomnalam Cored.
Dr. H. B. Hettinger, Indianapolis,
Ind says: "For several months after
spraining my ankle I was severely
afflicted with rhdimatiam T
i tried Detchon's 'Mystic Cure' for
rheumatism, and in four days could
Iw . : .1 . J
tn ivuunut my cane; two bottles
cured me sound and woll. Sold . by
Otto Grotjan. druggist. 1501 Second
avenue, Kock Island. Gust Schlegel
& Son, 220 West Second street, Dav
enport. lor Uwr Fifty Xeari
Mrs. WiDslow's Soothing Syrup has
brjen used for children " teething. It
oothos the child, softens the gums,
allays ail paia, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy or diarrhoea.
Twenty-five ceata a bottle.
KNOCKOUT FOR LAMBERT.
Bob Ixinf Laja lllin Low at ' Ma
qvoaata. The Davenport papers are just be
ginning to chronicle the fact that
their pet pugilist, Billy Lambert,
bad a go at Maquoketa, Iowa, last
Monday night with Bob Long.
And Lambert was licked, too. A
few taps over the heart did the busi
ness. The mill only lasted seven
rounds. Lambert held his own well
in the first three, according to re
ports, but after that he seemed to be
on-queer street, for his antagonist
landed at will. The Englishman
would throw a handful at Long oc
casionally, Dut win no eaect. Long
would have Lambert going. Then he
would ease up on him for a while.
But in the seventh Long handed one
to toe t.ngusnman which sent him
spinning to tho Uoor. Then it was
Lamb.rt has been making bis head
quarters at Davenport for the past
couple f years. He was admired as
a pngili.it by tri-clty sports. Ha was
the victor in several mills, made a
few dollars and went into the saloon
business across the river. He re
cently gave that up. Last summer
he had a battle with Eddie Santry
on bu island below tho city, and
barely hold out to tho end of the 20th
round. Santry is a lighter man than
he, and Lambert's admirers were
confident ho would cook the little
Chicagoan's goose in about 5 rounds.
So Lambert was not such a big fel
low in the eyes of the tri-ity sport
ing fraternity after that. Here a
week or so ago another fight was
booked between Lambert and Santry
in Davenport. A large crowd was
prerent, all those who were ad
mitted parting company with
11.50. It turned out that San
try had an injured arm and
could not fight. He had a friend,
though, Jimniie Murphy by name,
who would tako his place. Lambert
objected. He said he did not know
Jimmie. He might be a top-notchcr.
iui no wouia ngni mm, anyway. Oi
courso the sports expected a good
tight. They thought Jimmie was a
iowcl. But he wasn't at least ho
did not show himself to be. Lam
bert fixed him in ono round. Now
the sports declaro It was a put up
job all around. They're sore at
BVerybody connected with it. Acd
the fact of Lambert meeting defeat
at Maquoketa has further lowered his
Btock hereabouts. And ho will no
doubt get the chilly, instead of the
glad hand, hereafter.
The Graham Earle Dramatic com
pany is to commence a 4-nirhts' en
gagement at Harper's theatre Sun
day evening. This organizition
should in no way be classed with
any of the cheap attractions which
have been seen in onr city in the
past. This company presents dra
mas of metropolitan recognition and
true literary merit. They entertain
their audiences with portraying
character 83 is truly exists, and
unitedly telling a story that may In
terest, instruct ana amuse without
stooping to monkey faces, vulgarity
or horse play, sometimes accepted
as comedy. In the repertoire to be
produced next week the dramas are
all of a refined order and should
receive the patronage of our best
people, me opening play Sunday
evening will bo the beautiful roman
tic comedy, "The Evil Genius "
Mining Company ontoera.
A meeting nf thn RnrV TaUnit
Alaskan Minin? comnnnv whs held
rj l j
at the oilice of the company's attorney.
. oi. oamoeriin. in 1,'avenport,
yesterday, at which the following
officers were choecn to serve a year:
rresident Dr. W. H. Ludewig.
Vice President E L. Kahlke.
General Manager Cam. William
Treasurer C. Rochow.
Cant. Knanck lpft 1
Snattle to determine the advisability
vk uuuuing a Doat tnero to take into
the gold country in the eprlng. or
whether it would be chaaper to build
iac cran in rwjca lsiana.
fry Allen 'a Foot-Eaa.
A powder to bo shaken into the
shoes. At this sca3on your feet feel
swollen and hot, and zet tired eas
ily. If you have smarting feet or
ugii ehocs, try Alien's Foot-Ease.
It cools the feet and makes walking
easy. Cures aad prevents ewoolen
and sweating feet, blisters an'' cal
lous spots. Relieves corns ana bun
ions of all pain and gives rest and
comfort. Try it today. Sold by all
druggists and shoe stores for 25
cents. Trial packages Free. Ad
dress Allen S Olaisted, Le Roy,
N. Y. J
A Uotueataia Maeaaalty.
Cascsrots Candv Cathartio. the
moet wonderful medical discover r,t
the age, pleasant and refreshing to
the tasto, act gently and positively
on the bowels, cleansing the entire
system, dispel coldj, cure headache,
favor, habitual constipation and bil
iousness. Please bay and try a box
of C. C. C. today; 10," 25, 50 cents.
Sold aad gu&r&uUwd to care by all
Dlaya Ara Daageroa.
Many of yonr friends, or people
whom vou know of havo contracted
consumption, pneumonia or ether
fatal diseases by neglect of a simple
cold or couch. Folev's Hone and
Tar, a safe, sure and'pleasant cough
uieuicme wouia Lave 6aved them, it
is guaranteed. For sale by T. II.
FRIDAT. KOVEMBEK 5," 1897.'
Hard wood at McKowo's.
Hynes sells gymnasium shoes.
Money to loan. Gordon & Bowman.
Lee's Little Gem lathe beat broom.
Farms for sale. ; Gordon & Bow
man. Furs and cloth jackets; fine line at
Richter & Sons, Davenport.
Do you want a nice fall suit or
overcoat made to measure for little
price? Call on Stewart, the batter.
Call ea McEowa for Lehigh Valley
bard coal, Indiana block and cannJl
for grates. - Hardwood and dry kind
ling. General Manager H.- H. Matlock,
of the Central District Telephone
company, of Chioago, is In the city
Money to loan on real estate se
curity, torms reasonable, and.no de
lay. Apply to George F. Roth t
Jackson Si Hurst's office.
The attorneys for Mrs. Christine
Behrens may aad may not apply for
a change of venno on tho second
hearing of the case, but the proba
bilities are that the case will be
heard in Soott county.
The Marlia Hi He club has arranged
a turkev shoot for members, nf thn
club Thursday, Nov. 11. at 2 p. m.
Two dozen turkeys have bocu en
gaged. Tho club shooting days will
hereafter be Thursdays instead of
A lecture on "Commercial Gsog-
rSDhv" was (riven at Anon&tona Rna
. , I"-' t9 '
ITU St college vestnrdnv aftnrr.nnn h-v
Dr. J. W. Stewart, who held the at-
tenlion of his hearers for nearly an
hour, durine which he spoke of our
agricultural aud mineral resources
at.d our trade advantages.
The ladies of the Central Presby
terian c'mrch held a Dutch market
in tho lecturo room of the church
last evening. The ladies In charge
were attired in the costume cf the
market woman. Each guest on en
tering the room was handed a bnalrnt
containing a plate. Provided thoe
ly, the guest would vivit the market
aad secure desirable edibles. It was
a success, financially and socially.
Tomorrow afternoon thn anwirir
school of Trinity church begins it
muivr lurui a. me cnapoi on f.igntn
stroc-t and Fourth avonne. The
hours in which tho school will be in
session are from 2 to 4. At this
school the children arc l-irAn anih
articles as they make from eon-
. . M..
muuieu gooas. inis encourage
ment, coupled with the kindly words
and acts of the charitable ladles who
in saasons past have riven their
efforts to instrnoting the chil
dren, has resulted in bringing to
gether a largo number of the little
ones, who have no other means of
learning to sow, and making the
school a success.
Jud?0 WatGrman will nnt. ramnca
his residence from this city merely
uecause ne nas been elected to the
position of judge of the unpremc
court. He will retain his t! eaaant
home at (!16 Kirk wood boulevard,
and he will be at home as much nf
the time as he is now, beside which
pes Moines is not much more cf a
iournev hence than MnanaMna rriin.
ton or Maquoketa. The main reason
a , . . . .
ui tun reuiuiai io dos uioincs by the
men whe are eler.tel to his oilice is
that they may have ac;ess to the
splendid law library there. It will
noi oe necessary for Judgo Water
man to remove on this account. The
Grant law librarv of thin rit ia oil
that can be desired in this lin.i. and
ample for his needs Davenport
SOUTH UKIUHTq 1IAP1KNING9.
South Heisrhts. Nov. 5 Mr. and
Mrs. S. Burgess spent Sunday with
relatives at Hampton.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Irvin drove tit.
to Colona Tuesday for a short visit.
mr- 1 1 i . . .
ocyvruauecr ana iamily nave
moved in part of E. W. Alexander's
The teachers and nunila nf aohnnl
district No. 6 enjoyed a half holiday
Miss Mary Leonard, of navnrmnrt.
visited Weduesdav with h or frioTiil
Miss Ida Bowen.
Miss Alma Wilson attendArl tho
wedding of a friend near Sherrard
Misses Nllie Meers and L'zz'e
Gilbert, of Green River, snflnt Snn-
day with friends here.
Mrs. w . Lewis, of Geneaeo, vis
ited from Satnrdav until Tmul
with her parents and other relative (.
miss neieey ssiauord left for her
home at Green River Thursday
raornine, after a visit with Mrs. C.
two children, leli. thn first nf tho
week to spend the winter with her
iatucr near n-iK tails, Kas.
Dam1 oao,ara Hp af fasofce Taw Lata
If VOU want to ncit tohannn nalno-
easUy and ftrevtr, be made well,
atroog. migretic, fall of tew life and
.i . ... t - . .. .
iijcji.ma iio-io-Djc, me weeder
worker tiat makes woak
Mauy gain tea pjaads in tan days.
Over 400,000 eurcd. Buy No-To-Bae
frcra your own drcrpiat who wiu
guarantee a euro. Booklets and lam-
pioa maura irec. Addroi Btcrllrg
Remedy company, Chicago or New
How to Provost Covd.
After an exposure, or when yon
feel a cold coming on, take a dose of
Foley's Honey and Tar. It never
t tils. For sale by T. 11. Thomas.
CABTOTtT A, .
A WAIL ABOUT WEIR.
Ttie Bast Holia rtitwprttn, aad tha I lw
CompaaF That Otml lf ot.
TflA I'pnrt .Innrnat S nt nltvM In aa
"w - wa. vvaoo aa aa iuiu ifrcr a u aw
column wail alouv the Weir Plow
company and the East Moline manu
facturing site enterprise, the head
ings being expressive of the general
. . I . - , . .. .
wuueucj ui inn article, ana wmcn
tell about Peoria Canital n;t.b,l"
and "The Fate cf the East Mo
line Land Speculation." It la
held that Peoria capital fares
uamy waen invesiea in oiner sec
tions of the ennntrv. "inatoa nf at
home where the wealth was original
ly accummuiatea." men the history
of the Weir Plow company litigation,
its officers and the extent to which
Peoria is interested, all is recited.
The rivairy over tho location when
it was proposed to remove from
Monmoutn and the claims of Peoria.
Kankakee and Chicago Heights are al
luded to, and finally the carrying off
of the crizn bv thn Fast Mn'ino nnm.
panv in a hlazn nf olnrv. Tha olr.
j - r- j
tumtiHniTB oi inn transaction be
tween the company and the land
piuj-i kur3 are reiaieu tnoa:
"An iron-clad. rlntihin-hnttnmnrf
contract was drawn up and signed by
ino oiurers oi oom concerns July 17,
1895. It provisions, summed np,
weie that the Weir Plow company
should move its entire plant from
Monmoath to East Mo;ine and erect
a factory there large enough to cm
ploy bit ween three and five thous
and men. Plans were to be ready
by Oct. 1. 1S9S. and 1 10.000 in work
done that fail, and it was plainly
stipulated that the faetory bo run.
..I..- -a. T " . ll.i: 1 . - . . n
uiiK nt cwi xuuiiae oy o&n. I. lesi.
la return for this cxnnnditnra nf
capital the East Moline company was
w-j iivacub lug uuw ptsupie: wia a i?-
acro tract of land to be located be
tween the c, i. & p., c., b. & y.
and C. M. & St. P. tracks at Port
Byron Junction, which place was to
be renamed Eist Moline. They alsj
arrend In naT thn W:r Tlrtii nn
pnny $50,00u cash in installments ol
, e . . i . l . . . - -
fv,vuu, pavauie to ino extent OI 49
per cent ol the architects' estimate,
with alternate datea liTml. Tho Ian4
company also agreed to sink a well
on tho premises. In November,
i:y.i, the weir now company adver
tised in Pooria and nth.-r nlanoa fur
bidn, which they subsequently re.
juL-heu, a.icgmg iney ran too High.
It is said the comnanv miahait tn
rear op buildings at cost of in the
neighborhood of 180.000, w hich ti
jenditure the promised bonus and
donated land would liquidate. In
order to lo this they contracted with
Architect C. W. 1 raeger. of this cit;-.
intending to have tho plant built by
piece work. Tho plans were accord,
ingly revised and work on them was
biuug actively pushed, when, Dee.
I"'. ISdA. I Pnn.tltnsJ tl.a m.i.
part of the old plant at Monmouth,
aj icn.ij uouipcreu maouracturing
for the trade of 18&t;. Add.i tr ik;.
calamity, tho high water in the
spring of 1896 flooded the property
of the East Moline company and
un was ueiajea until toe latter
part of Mav. The Weir Plow mm.
pany had nearly completed work on
one cf the main buildings when its
officers made a demand on the land
company tor funds. Two draft
were drawn, each in excess of the
first installment of f5,00, which
were returned unpaid.
"immediately the cir Tlow com
pany terminated the contract,
stopped building and brought suit
atrainst the land enmnnnv in tha an,,.
of 150,000, the figure namd in the
original contract, it was heard be
fore Jod?e GrOBSCUD. of Chinno-n. in
the federal court, and the East Mo
line company filed a counter-claim of
stipulated damages in the same snm.
At the conclusion of the trial Judge
Grosscup is said to have intimated
that time was the essenco of the con
tract, and that he could not find
either for the plaintiff or defendant,
but that he would hear from them
on the question of liquidated dam-
"Judge David McCullough and
Attorneys W. W. Hammond and N.
ton Wytth, of this citv, appeared
. - . TIT T.I - T
ior uu ieir now company, and At
torney John S. Stevens, nf Parrl.
8nd Attorney E. McGinnis. 'of St.
uvait, icpicaeaieii ue interests of
the East Moline rnmnan Vw.
baustive briefs bearing on the Iiqai-
uaiau usiubcs were niea a week ")
last Monday, and Judge Grosscnp
will in all probability announce hs
decision next week. -
"In the meantime the East Molina
folks are out 16 acres of land
which thev deeded th nl.ua- o,.
pany in lieu of the 19 named in the
contract, abou'. $3.0jO cash, spent in
slaking a well on the property, land
deeded to the railroad company f r
switching purposes, and money ex
pended in booming Kast Moline as a
uinuuiMiiunoi; ceour, aeatu oi tne
entire rjroiect thrnnn-h a failnra r.f
t n v v.
the plow company to conform to its
uuubiauk, wo:ca cannot ne estimated
in dollars and cant, and hnt
not least, attorney.' fee. Oa the
1. L a . , . . - . . .
uin-r uiun, tne weir i low company
is oat 113,000 expended ia the eree
tion of an nnoorupicd buildisg. It
is believed that of the twn. the dam.
ages cf the land company
Rackiaa'a Aratoa aaloo.
The best salve in the world
cnts, bruises, sores, aicers. salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, coma and all skin
eruptions, and Doaiiiveiv cures nllea.
or no pay required. It is guaran.
ceea to give perfect satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cents tier
bx. For sale by Harts A L';!e.
Jsst try 10 rent box of Case rets,
the finest liver aad bowel regulator
WILL ADD TO
We have dozens of them and prices so
low you all can afford to have one.
Remember our prices arc the lowest and
it will pay you to trade here.
W. S. HOLBROOK
M 103, 105. 1C7 E. Second Street,
When In Donbt,
Realtii is Life's
ir TOU WANT
III, ALT II
Car Kleotrle Marhs fnr
thouvatairat of Karroos
la Chruatc Komt, rrtrato aua
CATARRH Bronchitis. Asthma, Early Consomption. Khenmatism, I?ca.
i 'j'P-nw, ocroTBia, nr,siua aaa au otooa, unsr ana Bioary ataoaara.
WOMEN Suffering from diseases ot the womb, ovaries, bladder, kldnrys.
uriTOi-riiaa.i m. Bup wimiiiiw miai t, aron -ia or any atanaas rxmiiar to tit oaa.
auoaid cau oa lee yraat aiMctaUat aad rat aa ou'.aloa m UvuU caaa froe ( eliarvo.
EIECTRICI1V iicientifically applied, nervons debility, piles. thastlv
""".""wnataiiiy, laroaanaca anaaany, turn ut oui uwar, tnol'tal ao
nalon, alcftltaaiiii. otc.
VARICOCELK Is the most factiTs
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