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Waafelr at BBS
J H. Potto
las Bala, taat atakee taa dift
la the kallioe ptioe. Oom mot tale
ergaeMat strike a lofleal eoaelaaioBf
Taa qisstloa la opea for dlaeaarioa."
IM reona jooraai save is is sen
to rt auk taat If Utra U aaj dle
raooioa oa tko eoaelesioa arrived at
by taa paper la qoestloa It will ksve
to do taa dlseaseiaf Itself.
Tbubsbat, MoTissaa la, 1MT.
A Bairn ret aioaaaiaat to i
taa last reottaf plaoa of taa
Caarlea F. Cttap la Aaaerleaa.
aaa aoee pat la plaoa.
Mr. Bryea will bo la It. LoaU Frt
eay. aad viU deliver a speeek at Ex-
poal Uoa Mesto kail la tko evealag oa
oarroat pouueai laaaee.
CoavtCTSta tko poalteatiary at
Boise, Idako, ka?a erfaalsed two
aaa ball taamt tad aro poraitted to
play aataraay anaraooaa.
la Spala It la. MIt aa go aad ata a
at kill a kail;" la Amarica laer
ay. "Utai go to mo Si eollega men
try to kill oaa aaotker." Now Tork
TaalBalabrldfe Soarekllckt ears
"Taa Uaard-oyod odltor wko oaa taa
tko defeat of too Chicago platform la
tka Sow Tork mayoralty contest
ooaldraall aurally tkroork a 2.
look plank aad aot kail try." No
will yoo bo good
Sbtbbai, noatka aro a aaral ox.
part la tko fall Mail Uasette raid
tbtt tko Uaitod States battleships.
ladlaaa aad kfasseekasetu, waro
oqaal la affactlTaaaaa to all tha
Ipaalik warships. Tkat eta tamest,
however, waa baforo tko aewspeperi
at Croat Brttala oomaioaead to wage
war aa tko Ualted StaUa la babalf of
spela aad Spanish araalty, bat It la
qilto possible that the merit of tka
aM aro aot all Utarfarod with by
toe aaesge la Brim soatimoai.
It It ei pec ted tkat witkla a wtak
all tko Irst aad secoad elaia poet
aOcta of tko eoaatrr will have beea
applied witk tko aaw atylo of postal
ara. waiaa aro tao procaeuoa oi
Kper aeeaafaeterisg aoaoara at
idsaoat,W. Ye. Tko bow laaao
aoaprtMa a all slagle oard wltk a
vlgaette of Joka Adaaa. for donee-
tio aaa oaly. a doaaatla alagle aad
raolt aard. a aaartar of aa look or aa
smeller tkaa tao proooat card, aad a
aow aard for foreUra aaa, wktck la
aloo something aaallar Uaa tko la
toraatloaal aard aow employed.
latkoaaxt foaoral aaaoably of
Koataoky tkoro wtll aortal a y bo 100
ail tar aaa aad M rapobUeaaa. Tka
two bodlao will bo ooaaUtatod aa fol
Iowa: Hoiee, 75 silver aaa aad 39
ropablleeai; mate, 17 alitor aaa
aad 11 rapabnoaaa. Tkoro ara II
aoldover saaatorr, aqiall dlrldod,
aad Uo atlm aaa olaotod It. Otis
aaa oabara wkooo oooapaMoa la kaowa.
share ara 10 farmers, 20 aorokaata.
Bowopapor editors, proaaaora.
taaokora. I doatora aad 1 beea ball
atsfaele Rarry faniaa. prooldoat
of tko Loelsvllle boll alab. Tkoro
aro Mid to bo 11 popaliita oloetod aa
faatoa democrats. Joe Blaokbara
sm a majority at meads aad aap
portora aaoaf tka aow a oabara.
aad wo aid bo oloatad la tka sveai
a vacancy. They will paaa raoola
Uoaa eadoratag naekbara.
Tko Barllaftoa. Iowa, Ooaoarat
Joeraalgeta of? tka followiag. to
waioa n lavttea aiseassioat
M appose a aaa aaa 10 ta rold
aad 110 la alitor la a aafo aad tka
safe to fcaaWd ky a fire aatll tko eolaa
aro ndaeod to ballioa. Tka $10
wortk of allTor woald bo wortk oaly
15. wkUo tko fold woald bo wortk
oraetly aa nook aa It waa baforo bo.
Ia Halted; karrak for tko fold
"The aboTo ta tka eoadoiloa of
tka fold sophist, aad ka believes It
aaaaawarablo. Gold frload. aappose
aaofioia surer waro ootaoa uto
dolloro egaia aad yoa kad a eow or
aaytklaf else to sell for 110; woald
aot tao silver bay tka aow last aa
wall aa tka gold It la Decease
tka lamp el faaad silver
aot ootaablo tato silver dollars.
wklla tka fold kaa tkat prirUaco at
r T f aaiaal -mw
militia . . .
. 1 mmum WKJoa,
Boyaolda. Nor. 17-F. G. Walt do-
partod for Arooa, Iowa, last Friday,
aua. b. sailor, oi taa uoaaor.
ataU kaa baoa Mroraly UL
Goom Daaa. of Haalat. waa a
Book lalaad tlaltor Friday.
Braaar at viokara aklpped loot
aar loada of atoek to Ckloatjo.
ara. n. au Taylor rataraoa laat
aooday troa kar trip to Iowa.
Mr. aad kfra. E. Lao, of Haalot,
waat to Book lalaad Wadaaaday.
Braaar a viokara aklppod ara eara
af fat eattlo to Caleafo Taoaday.
rraas Hoaoaa traaaaetoa ooai
aoM la Book lalaad laat Batarday.
r. a, dart rataraoa to bib aauoi
at Orloa after a two wMka Taeatioa.
Mra. W. Ekatroa aad children
arrlTod from Toaplotoa, Iowa,Taoa.
Mr. aad. Mra. Jamaa Tlttonaftoa
want to sock Island Batarday
William Staadloy and family hare
aoved tkalr bonaabold eooda to
C. 8. Braytoa woat to Bock lalaad
Monday to roaoma ub duties la in
Mr. aad Mrs. William Clark and
little daogkter hare boon Buffering
A. F. Ekatrom haa rented tko John
Gannt building and will flt it up for
tt. r. wait and 4. A. Bircbtrd are
puttiag ia the week hunting and
flikia oa tko rirer.
Mr. and Mra. John McAdam and
little daughter journeyed to Book
Island Saturday laat.
mumo Era and Emma Hukell and
Bitta Smith were shopping In Bock
uiana jmi neoncsaay.
ir. AiMrt uorar and wire, oi Chi
cago, came dowa Monday for a visit
wita inonda la thla vicinity.
low Hcuormick, oi Buffalo mine.
ahlpped two care of fat cattle of his
owa feeding to Chicago Tuesday.
J. u. stoddard came over rrom
Galesburg oakis wheel and Sahdajed
witk kia family, returning by rail
liatid Lloyd, of Manolne. Kaa.
wko kaa bean Tltitinir kia brother
Joseph, departed for kia komo
freak Taylor, of Hamlet, took ad'
vaatagoot the excursion rateaand
started for Silver Creek, Neb., to
look ap a location.
George Bspos, of San Diego, Cal
wko kaa beea vtsitlnr kia brother
aad sister at Hamlet, started for
koao last Tuesday.
mim Laura Grundy returned to
ker komo la Bock Island after spend
lag f our weeks at tko homo of Mr
aad Mra. T. C Lewis.
Eddie Bowm bad the misfortune to
bo thrown from kia baggy last Fit
day wklla driving into town. Ha
wm rendered unconscious, but es
caped Mrloue laiarv.
rarmeater Bros, will opaa np their
poultry boom ta taa eonno of
WMk, witk William Jennings ia
ckarg a. Billy to wall ap la poultry
tore, aaa wiu maae taiaga uveiy.
There were Bra bold-upe at Chicago
Jamea Eornlns, of Barron, Wla, was
fatally stricken with paralysis while
The Outagamie county. board
haa cut an salaries ot county officials
about IS per cent.
Ex-Senator W. A. PeSer baa sold bla
paper. The Advocate, to Colonel T. W.
Harrison, ex-mayor of Topeka. '
A telegram from BatUeford. N. W. T
aanouncee a severe atom and tempera
tore below aero some 20 degreea.
Four young boys confessed la a Chica
go court to a numberof burglarlea. They
win be sent to the reformatory.
The report of the Dominion fisheries
Separment Indicates a total failure of the
tall mackerel fishery oa the Atlantic
Three children were found starving
la a deserted house at Chicago. They
had not had any food In forty-eight
quarterly dividend of 1 per cent
ha abeea declared by the Chicago, Bur
lington and Qulncy Railroad company
MraBalllngton Booth will be ordained
minister of the "Church of God In.
Oeneral" at Carnegie hall. New Tork,
sext Monday evening.
Chief Samory haa raxed the town of
King. In the Niger region, and mas
sacred several thousand natives who
refused to feed his troops.
About. 100.000 bushels of pota totes
save been shipped from Mankato. Minn.,
tn the past thirty days, for which farm
tru have received some 130,000.
Twenty cars of coal broke loose from
train near Marquette, Mich., and
tumped the track. More than 200 tons
sf coal were scattered over the track.
J. W. Din, of Chicago, has commenced
foreclosure suits against the Ohio Paper
company, of Nlles, Mich., for $153,960,
and the Niles Paper Mill company for
The county board of Winnebago coun
ty, Wis., haa demanded that the register
of probate pay back $25 a month al
lowed him for clerk hire on the ground
!hat he did not hire a clerk.
Thirty-five counties In Wisconsin re
cited about $12,500 for deer licenses this
year. The money received In each coun
ty from the sales of licenses for deer
hunting Is set aside by the law for the
payment of the deputy game wardens,
Bowling. Nov. II. Tha farmers
ara aboat doao eora picking-.
auaor varua tu his aaw dwelling
Tbobm Dooaaa la building
bora apoa kia farm.
v. . kuis ia mining coal at tho
Walaat Grove mlao.
Willie WIImb kM completed kia
new bora oa tho farm occupied
Mlaa Ivy Ellis has recovered from
lajarlM received la being th-own
froa Eddie Cox's poky.
FrMooritv la kere. so It la aaid be
oar BotgnDors. wheat ia l per
Dusnei. out wo have aot raised
enough la Bock Island eoantv
food tko village ot Milan or Coal Vol
ley oao month.
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for tho
iset. it curM painful, swollen,
loaning faet aad Instantly takM tha
eunf out oi tao corns aaa bunions.
It's tka greatest comfort discovery of
the in. Allen's loot-Kaao mak
tight-Bitiag or aow shoes feel easy,
It is a oortela cure for sweallne. eal
lous aad hot, tired, aching feet. Try
It today. Sold by all druggists and
shoo i tores. By mall for 25 cents la
sumps. Trial package free. Ad
dress, Allen 8. Olmsted. LeBoy, S.I.
A Closer Trtek.
It certeialv looks like it. bat tkoro
la bo trick aboat Ik Anybody oaa
try It who kaa lama book aad weak
kldaoya. malaria or nervous troa
bios. Wo mean he eaa cure himself
right away by using Electric Bitten.
This medicine tonea ap tka Whole
system, acts m a stimulant to tka
liver aad kidneys. Is a blood partner
aad aorvo tonic It euree ooastipa
Uoev koadaeaa. fainUag spells, sleep
leesnMs aad molaaekoly. It ta part
ly vagotebla, a aUd laxative, aad ro-
aaorM tao ayatoai to its aataral vig
or. Try Electrie Bitters aad be ooa
viaood Uu tkoy ara a airaelo work.
or. Avery aottlo faaraated. Only
aoaaataaboulo at Harta UUa-
Beyar s drag store.
Tan LaxaUve Bromo Qmlaiaa Tab
tota. AU draggiau tafaad taa aoaey
U it falls to cure. tfta. Tka gtaalae
ae s s. oa eaea teOlet.
teewariba for Taa Aaoca.
Wedacd by the Brideli Moth -r.
Milwankce. Nov. 18- A uniaue wed
ding. In that an parties to the cos (tract
from bride and groom down to bn'des
maids and best man were lawyers, '.was
solemnized In thla city yesterday. M'lss
Caroline Hamilton Pier and John HenT
Boemer, prominent members of the Ml'
waukee bar. were Joined In wedlock, tin-
eeremory being performed by Mrs. Kate
Pier, the bride's mother, in he capacity
court commissioner. "-i
! ' . ...
Jopltn, Mo.. Nov. 18. Oil rock has
been discovered on the farm of 3. 8.
Armltage, about eight miles northwest
of Carthage, in this county. It smells
strongly of coal oil and burns brightly
if placed in a hot stove. There ia con-
Iderable excitement over the find and
arrangements are being made to drill
for OIL J :;-
Work of the' Jealoas Dastard.
Orard Rapids, Mici., Nov. 18. At
Bear Creek, twelve mikes north of this
city, last night EdwardVanoy, black
smith, shot hta sweethertkj. Nellie Skit
man, aged 19, and her brother Albert,
aged 25. Vanoys jealously caused the
tragedy. His victims are mortally
wounded and he la In JaiL
. 1 -
The Russians are colonizing the whole
of their vast Asian possessions and car
rying with them everywhere the "mir"
or self governing village, wherein wom
en who axe heads of households are per
mitted to vote.'
Dtiappeatcd oa Hia Wedding Day.
Chicago. Nov. 18. The police are anx
iously Icoklng for George A. Bergman,
young man who waa to have been
married last evening, and. who cannot
new be found. He and his bride were to
have gone east on their wedding tour
last night. Bergman left his bride's res
idence in the afternoon with ST0O in his
pockets. Intending to purchase tickets to
Washington. He never reached the rail
road office. Foul play Is supnected.
Illinois Oil Fellows' Officers.
Springfield. Ills., Nov. 18. The follow
ing officers were elected by the Grand
Lodge Independent Order of Odd Fel
lows yesterday: Grand master. Cicero
J. Llodley, of Greenville; grand secre
tary, James R. Miller, of Springfield,
Wild Oat SpMalttiaa amd Oaatbltag Vol-
lawaa by Biash af Basks.
Vises la old Mexico, boras deals ia rati estate.
stock sat evsa me tiaek gambling ata, as re
cant disclosures following bask smssh ops la
Hew Tork stow, an In the tins of the rnoasis ot
baekt hops" oa a f igaottc scale la that city
aaa olsswbste, wko bit coatroUsd many mllliors
of gullible peoptot Booty. Bat then It si as
of hmttmeat that hat soaathlrg mors than s
toasalaUr protptct af sueesi, aad that It aa
Investtaontia Bostetteft Stomach Bitters ir yoa
art troa Dltd with cosstipetioe, klltoaisssf, ma
laria, Udaty trouble, or lots of strength or asm
asletsde. Hcurltj sgalast dleeaie, vt less thsa
aellfery from itt claubts, U sssarad to toots
who seek the aid of this seer less pwentlve. Ia
tha prtllalaary suget tf rhnmatlma. a diaeatt
dUBcaltof aaaihllstk)a la its ebroeie pbatt. sad
slwtys aaagtroai beeaast It Is proat to attack
tataaart, lbs biturs art a mont ot lirabla ibb
Utate for the poitoas hwf tetnally astd to etai-
FUasI Piltsl Pttsel
Dr. WUlUma1 IadUa Pile Oiat
meat will cure blind, bleeding and
itching; piles whoa all other olnt-
monu have laiiea. . it absorbs tho
tumors, allays the itching at once.
sots as a poultice, gives instant ro
ller, nr. Williams' Indian File Oiat.
meet ta prepared oaly for pilea aad
Itching ot tho private porta, and
nothing; else. Every box ia war
ranted. Bold by druggists or seat
by mall oa receipt ot price, 60 cents
and f 1 per box.
Williavs Makcfictckiko Co.
Proprietors. Cleveland, Ohio.
Sold by M. F. Bahnsen, Druggist.
Bhtaatatkrai Oared la ta Bomra.
J. Blackmore, of Haller
Blackmore, Pittsburg, Pa., says: "A
short time since I procured a bottle
ot Mystic Care. It got mo out of
tho house la 24 hours. I took to my
ooa witn rneamansm nine months
ago and tha Mystio Cure is tho only
meaioine taat aid mo any good.
had five of tho beat physicians ia the
city, bat I received very little relief
from them." Sold by Otto Grotjan,
1501 Second avenue, druggist. Bock
Island; Gust Schlegel A Boa. 220
West Second street, Davenport.
Beaver Dam, O., Aug. 27. 1895.
Uy daughter, attar being treated
by four doctors, and being given ap
for lost, a neighbor recommended
Foley's Kidney Cure. Today she is
able to walk several miles without
fatigue. I feel wa woald have lost
her If it waa not tor your medicine.
Rospeetfally, Mas. J. M. Bailxt.
For sale by T. H. Thomaa.
I waa completely covered with
aoraa. Every limb ta my body ached. I
If ad beea sick for five years. Doe.
tors ooald do mo bo good. Moat of -ay
time was spent la bod; waa a
ooaploto wrack. Bardoek Blood Bit. ;
tors aava euss plataly eared aa la
tkroa moaths." lira. Aaaia Zocpea,
Crookatowa. Mlaa. For aala by Mar-
a . aa a
saau a risaer.
TURKEY DID CUM 8 DOWN.
Agraa ta AUtha
U)ndon. Nov. 18. A special diapatoh
from Constantlnoplo coaflrmlng the spe
cial dispatch from Vienna announcing
that the Turkish government baa agreed
to the demands of Austria, adds that
the vail of Adana and mutoaaariff of
Merslna have been deposed, says that
the victim of the outrage, Herr Braesa
lelli, will be Indemnified, and aeserta
tk at the aultan naa consented to pay
tm cUtans of the Oriental .railroad,
whi ch la operated by an Austrian com
pany, paying the $1,250,000. balance due
the company for the conveyance of
Turkjah troops during the recent war
Ooaaaoaitloa IaOonto Jadge Jackaoa.
Washington, Nov. 18. The United
States civil service commission haa In
dorsed Judge Jackson's decbson holding
that federal employes cannot be removed
from office except for causes other than
For Infanta udJMdren.
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Walter Baker & Co.'s
BREAKFAST COCOA 1
CawU Lesa than Oac Ccat Gap.
DORCHESTER, MASS. f? -
WALTER BAKER A CO. Ltd. t'
that cat tha
article. Mile at
When You Put Up That Stove
YouH 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.
M akars of Fins lalght Gray Iron Castings, Patterns, Models, etc
PHONE 1856. - - NOS. 828. 880, 682 TWENTT-FODKTH RfBEET
YOUNG & McCOME
1721. 1723. 1725 SECOND AVENUE, BOCK ISLAND.
OUR NEW DA Y LIGHT STORE
IS now complete, and is occupied with our Dry Goods Department,
which are brimful of Bargains. We have grown, you have seen us
grow, why is it thus? Reason, very simple and reasonable. Our
methods to sell for Spot Gash, and buying direct from the manufacturers
from all parts of the world. We are enabled to save you the middle-man
profit. This week we have some exceptionable bargains in dress goods
and cloaks, which merit your attention. It is strictly business on your
part to buy where you can get the cheapest We respectfully invite com
parison and are sure that we can impress you with the latest and best at
Don't forget we have the modern store. The only store in Illinois out side of Chicago that has the
Pneumatic Cash Carriers, which runs 75 feet per second, also electric elevators which are furnished in the
very latest bronze finish inlaid with beveled mirrors. There will be a hot time in the old town when w
have our opening. See! "
Are you going to buy a new cloak this
year ? If so, do not miss our cloak room
It is full of new ideas in winter styles
and we are quoting, exceptionally low
prices on them
Ono of the many new arrivals in oar Children's De
partment ia a neavy brown plaid Reefer, double
breaated, loose front, pleated back, wide storm
collar, trimmed witn nice green braid
and large buttons, a hummer '
No Trouble to Show Goods and Quote Prices.
AlflPltTPa mucn admired also a new ar
UcIViYCL riTal sizes 4 to 14. is that home
spun. So warm, heavy, and
well made, loose front, wat
teau back, braid trimmed,
pointed storm collar, very at
tractive deaign; apd well
worth $4.60. Mind you, all
W lug D WaTXU
Ladies'. Suits, Ladies' Fur
Boas, Muffs and Collerettes,
also in this department.
Bring the Babies We have
a Deauuiul assortment in
long garments for them.
Ladies' fall and winter wool
and Corduroy waists, in blue, green and black with
detachable collars. Also fine black heavy Satteen
waists, collars and cuffs detachable. Prices
Ladies' fleeced lined ribbed vests and pants we
have too many of them,
36c, choice for
a xew more dozen of those regular 25c fleeced
for ladies, only 12
25 dozen ladies- gray fleeced lined vests and pants
extra heavr. would be chm a.f '
r ' - k m
we are snowing a one line of extra quality ribbed
fleeced vests and nanta. mnh
68o each, only - QC
una case gem s tan Australian wool shirt, double
HTMfaM, worm aiSD,
Wa also have tha draweza to match we ouar
.oaabovgarmanu to equal any ,1.35
Have you attended our
special sales of glassware?
If not do not fall to do so this
week. We will sell you the
most glass for the least
money of any house in the
We have divided these
goods into two lots, at 6c and
10c, for each article.
Fickle ZMataes, wltfc bandies, at
Fickle Dishes, heart shape, at
Celery Stands, taO, at
Cream Pitchers, imitation cat, at
8poon Holders, imitation cat, at
Card Plates, opal nalah, at
Salt and Pepper Slukara, at
Bread Plates, largo, at
Celery Stands, engraved, at
Cream Pitchers, engraved, at
Stamped Plates, opal finish, at
Stampsd Platas, Jet finish, at
OUvo Diabee, large, at
Salt and Pepper Shakers, silver
plate top, at
- - Salad Dishes, large, at
a fine line of gold finished
Sosaranal Cream Seta
at very low prices.
Dress Goods Dept
uoume-loia fancy lace effects. Plaids for school
dresses, cheap at 15c a yard, f
34-inch fancy wonted plaids, always 25 and 30c,
abigsnap, f f
40-inch fancy all-wool suitings, in checks, worth
Broadhead fancy worsteds a No. 1 wearing ma
terial, worth 49c a yard, what there
is, your choice.... OoC
The best Broadcloth in the three cities, worth $1.00
a yard all colors and black
per yard OC
Remember this is a double twilled cloth..
36-inch plain all-woolsuittnffs , which have advaned
20 per cent., go at OtZn
per yard aCOC
Silks and Velvets.
lucky purchase of fancy Bilks, beautiful colorings;
tor trimmings and waists, others would A
ask 89c, choice, per yard UC
Black Peau de Sole dress silks, special number,
us what others
If you are oountemplating buying a black
silk dress this is your opportunity;
24-inch Black Fralle silk for dresses, advance price
should be $125 Q$C
Silk velvets In colors, others ask 75c a yard
choice, per yard
At 75c yard you can buy of
ask 91.00 per yard,
China Silks for fancy work all the high colors
House Furnishing Dept.
2,400 parlor matches
10-inch granite pastry spoons
1 or ,
No. 8 wash boiler, copper bottom,
Handy box shoe polish, regular
Handy box shoe polish, regular
oc size size, zor .
Coal Hods, Japan
YOUNG & m$m DIG SPOT GASH DEPT. STORE.
SECOND AVENUE, BOCK ISLAND. v