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rHE? ABGUjg, TTEPyiSDAY, MAY 25, IB98.
Dr. MilesV Nemne
a'bemedy for the
Effects of Totiao.x
Tn E excessive ur of tobacco, especially
' iy youn men Is alvraya injurious acd
undoubtedly shortens life materially.
Mr. E1. C. Eliscn, compositor on Die Cotitra
CoataArtr, Martinez, ( al., wrfu-s; "I bare
need Dr. Miles' Keytorutive Nervine and re
ceived much benefit from IU I was troubled
with nervousness, diny spells and lcepless
nees, caused by the use of tobacco and aim
Blaata. 1 took Dr. Miles' Nervino with mar
velottsly (tood resulu, allayitisthedizzlness,
quieting the nerves, and enabling me to
sleep and rest, proving in my case a very
beneficial remedy." Dr. Miltu' Ktstoratlve
Nervine U especially adaptwl to restoring
the nervous djrstem to Iti normal condition
Dr. Miles' Itemedlr
resold by all dru;
0.' Kflib. V
UU under a positive i . . 3
fuarantee, first botUe E.7Jprv!nA 3
bene8L or money re- IS Banm s
funded. Bookod dl- (t(??
eases of the heart and E Vv I
nerves free, a.i.i.. , , yfVHMiiM J
vn. mii.to ai&uiUALi CO., blkhart, lad.
A LUSCIOUS MORSEL
tliat would make t lie mutitii
of the most fastidoons. water
is our rich ami tempting
Chocolates and Bon Bons.
Just n look at tin Mil will
aWecten your wife's or
sweetheart's- -temper when
they are out of sorts ami to
taste them Yl'M Yl'M.
KRELL & MATH
concoct many special dain
ties in confectionary that tin
young ami ! I all appreciate,
'as they are pure ami made
in tin; U-st style of the con
fectioner's art. We have
the only agency for
CHOCOLATES AND BON BONS.
KRELL fi MATH
SWEETS OF LIFE.
Phone 1158. 1719-1718 Seoond Avenue.
the opportunity is wis. Ice
cream is Cupid's favorite
weapon of . war. Fair ones
enjoy eating cream nil the
more because it leaves a cool
impression after it. and does
not. like win( drinks, lower
tjie tern erat nre a littie only
to raise it much more after
ward. Young men ' who
adopt our ice cream tactics
never lose their suit. Wc ad
vise this plan of campaign in
iiith inirri rn nnini
fl I n mUrrLtU Unllm
Sad ' Roll Beats the Soldier's
Final Reveille in Rock
UUEEAIi OP IMVATE BLEDSOE.
Body IJes In State at the Armory,
After Which Services are Held at
the First Methodist Knlscopal Church
Military Honors at the National Cem
etery. The muffle! drum's sa-1 roll ha beat
The soldier s last tattoo
Private S. L. Bledsoe, of Companv
A. I. X. (I., now in the service of the
which this soldier
died, was Imr
icd in the Na
at Rock Inland
arsenal this, af
Imrial was nt-
tended lv the
m i 1 it ar y and
civic honors Im.--eoming
rmvATK ui.pjmok t ion's dead.
The ImmIv. attired in the uniform
which the dead soldier wore in ser
vice, was taken to uriuorv hall this
morning and lav in state there until
the hourof the funeral. The hall was
decked with the stars and striitcs
iind mourning. At the southwest
corner o; it a tent was erected, and
just outside the canvas the bier was
stationed guarded bv a uniformed do-
iichment of the deceased's comrades
who had been left behind bv the rov-
rn men t examination. Men. women
and children came to the hall in irreat
iinm'jers to view the bndy. many
brintfin llowers which were trewli
o.'cr the roflin.
' httt o'cldek this afternoon the body
was taken from the Armory and eoh
veved to the 1'irst M. K. church. The
-incmhcrs of the Undman Kiih's.
ind thoue still in the eitv. together
with the C. A. K.. I'. V. I;.. W. II. '.
Hid S. of V.. assembled, ami a culiinin
was made up in the following onler:
l'liiloon of I'olice. fmlcr Chief IVmlcr.
Cranrt Army and I". V. I. Veterans
Sons of Veterans and Wcnicn's Kclief
i'ast and Present I'eiiiliers of C'om
Carriage (' ntainini.' IIcvs I. W. AU ;n.
C K T-ylor. C t. Slrtuiincli,
unit T. V. t.raflon
Carriacc tientaininu' M ir.iers and
With mnllled drum Hlener's banl
l.laved the -Hock Hill Funeral March''
as the body was taken from the Ar-
nmrv ami irar l iliist ri ns lieail ;is
the cortege moved over Sixteenth
street and up Second avenue to Nine
teenth street, ami thence to Sixth
ivcnue and to the church. It was an
imposing spectacle that moved all who
"SERVICE AT TIIRTIIl'RCII.
A Ijirge CoiiKroRHtlon Witnesses the Final
A lare number of, people had as
sembled at the church. As the bo ly
was iHirne up the aisle by the pali-
bcarers, Charles Cash. Elmo Duna
vin. W. II. Kob!. Mont Kobinson. Wal-
aee Sunders. Utbert Hunker, in
har:e of Corporal William Diiitavin.'
the firman inuler the touch of Mrs. J.
Kohiusoii. plaved softly '-We Shall
.Meet Irt'Voml lie i.ivcr. 1 lie ser
vices were conducted by Rev. J)r. Mc-
Culloch. ltevs. Allen. Taylor and
(irafton part iei pat inir. The choir
'omposcil of J. E. Johnson, J. T.
Nofisker. Mrs. II. yon Kocckritz and
.miss itertie a ilcox. sanj; 'lilesseil is
the Dead." and One Sweetly Solemn
ltev. Ir. Mi-Ciilloeh' F.nlosluni.
Sp akiii'r of the dead soldier, Hev.
Dr. C. O. MvCulloch said:
our city -ratiifrs within these
sacred walls around tiie casket of its
dead to do honor to the memory of
one who recently heard the call of
his country, and who now. amid the
universal mourning of his friends ami
neighliors, in the serenity of ever
lasting calm, lies Uon his spotless
shield, in the torms approved bv
Christian civilization we are here to
sav farewell to the shade and peace
loinensncs oi a leilow being, re-
CTtTfJy in robust and promising life
and health among us. and then to lift
a corner of the green sward and ten
derly and reverently place under it
this hlue-eorcred treasure, the dust
of our townsman, whose untimelv
passing lias moved the heart of the
whole city. Solemn business are
these, rites, and solemn also the duty
that awaits us as we shall tnru away
irom me grave oi our soldier Nv
All the elements that enter into the
usual burial enter into this occasion
He was a fellow countryman, and all
that the term implies is associated
with these rites. He was a church
man.. Veal's ago, through member
ship in the ltovs' brigade of this
church he was influenced to take
uiwt himself the responsibility of a
disciple of the Nazarene. He, too,
was connect eu with a large numlier
of relatives, who are here in the ca
pacity of mourners. A father and
mother, brothers ami sisters, are here
howed with a sorrow thev have no'
language to express. And'the usual 1
nitcd States, in
circles of acquaintances in which one' give perfect satisfaction or money re
in his station in life moves are here ' funded. Price 23 cents per box. For
touched lecause their dear friend and sale bv Hartz & Ullemcver.
associate is no more. And thus the ' Have To. Kidney Tronble? ' -ties
usually snapped asunder w hen a A M nDt trbl lwttie of Fole,
rtTr? 3f h e" V ,laJ,- Cure will prevent serious results from
The same classes of hearts are bleed- i r . i i- , , , "
i i . tis nsnallv fatal disease. Sold by T.
mg. On the cheeks are coursing the T " J
same hot tears as from the first ex- , ,.
perience w hen man buried his dead j Arnold's Bronio Celery cures head
out of his sight. The same a?hes; 10, 23 and 50 cents. Keiss
Shadow lies heavy on the hearth- drugstore.
Sg ! I I Wl I IK l !
The same pall wrans the
community about in which his young
yonng life was spent, But there, are
extraordinary 'elements that enter into
the occasion of our coming torether.
Not only has a son. a relative, a
friend, a citizen been taken awar. but
also a soldier recently enlisted" from
among us, w ho but a" few days ago
was mustered into the service of his
country, the honor of whose flaw was
assailed. Four brief weeks ago the
electric wires flashed the word that
Company A should prepare immedi-T
aieiy to embark lor the capital of the
state. And Saturday last the wires
again glowed with words of great in
terest to our city. It was that at
Falls Church, Va". Louis Bledsoe had
heard from the other side of the river
the beating1 of taps,' and hail gone
into everlasting bivouac, his earthlv
campaign ended forever. Had he died
a few months ago. thegroupsof friends
and acquaintances with which he moved
would have gathered at the humble
home on Twenty-second street, a few
irnes woultl have appeared 'in the
daily b:iicrs. and soon the public
Would have forgotten the incident.'
I'.nt now on the very threshold of war
with a foreign power, this lad Inin"
among the ycj v first to fall, the eitv
feels it has 1kis.hu interest here, and
so meets to burv its dead. When we
issemliled in this sacred place four
weeks ago iu a meeting intended as a
farewell for our departing soldier lmvs
the remark was made: mVc shall not
forget Company A. Though they
may lie far away from us we will re-
im iiilier them when we are at the
throne of the heavenly grace, We
will send them encouragement from
time to time as the opportunity pre
sents itselt. ami should any
of them fall, as some of them are
certain to fall, w e w ill burv them w ith
military honors, and with all the
atTectiouatc regard which we can
command. We are here in this
vast assembly today to redeem
that" sacred pledge." Dr.
Met'iilloch spoke of personal
recollections of the civil strife that
were active today, of his ow n father's
burial i u duly, 1KU:I, wrapiM-d in the
uniform of a lieutenant colonel. Turn
ing again to Private IMedsoe's death,
he paid the young soldier an cliXUeiit
tribute, alluding to his bravery
and soldierly conduct, his unaf
fected patriotism and unostenta
tious devotion to country. "Think
ing of him.'" said the preach
er, "as he was so recently amonsr us.
a dutiful sou: never lyinsr dow n at
night without saying to' his parents
good night.' and Mrsisting till the
parental response came; never vulgar,
but always truthful and chaste in his
speech: standing by his commercial
contracts, paying a bill at one of our
stores just before he went awav. 're
marking that he might not return
alive; a favorite among his friends at
home and his comrades in camp;
these mute lips sjteak to us with an
elotpience more powerful than words.
They seem to breath the sentiment:
'I'm mustered out.
O did of our father, our freedom prolong.
And tread djwn reliellion, oppression and
O land of earth's hope- and thy blood-reddened
I die for the nation, the Union, and Ood:
I'm mustered out.'
"It is verv appropriate that he
should lie buried w ith military honors.
and that under the sleepless vigilance
of the flag he died to protect, his dust
siiouiu sleep the years away. Peace
ful bo his rest." And as we sliall
gather yonder on federal soil, anid
lower the, casket that holds these mor'
tal remains to take their place by the
sine oi oiuers w no many years ago
found unbroken calm aniid" the roar
of war, once more we sliall swear our
fealty to this glory -covered banner.
'And We"! rally round the Uair boys.
Rally - tire airaiii.
Shouting the battle cry of freedom.'
"And with those words on our lips
and with that love in our hearts, as
the over-arching blue witnesses the
covenant We make anew, we will ro
ffrth. not only till poor, plundered.
bleeding t una shall lie free forever
out till not one sen on the irreat
round of the earth lies helpless nnder
the neei oi oppression.
I he body was at the conclusion of
the ceremony taken back to the hearse
and the procession made up and
moved to Moline, the societies going
bv street cars.
AT THE NATIONAL CEMETERY.
Military Honor I'alil t'nder Capt. Blnnt's
When the cortege reached the main
entrance to the island near Moline
bridge it was met by the military es
cort urescrilied under arm v regulations
for the burial of a private, and pro
vided under t. apt. S. fc lilunt s or
ders. This detachment from the bar
racks consisted of a corporal and
eight privates. The procession was
then taken up to the cemetery, headed
iv i ne band, lite escort nexr and
then the IhhIv, the local organizations.
family and friends follow ing. After
fcthc. last exercises had been conducted
the; regulars tired three rounds", of
blank cartridges over the open -grave
in which the ImmIv of 1 'mate Bled
soe. U. . A., had lecn dcs)sited.
Bueklea's Arnica Salve. ,
' The ltcst salve in the world for cuts
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
fever sores, tetter, chapped bands
chilblains, corns and all skin enin-
tions, and positively cures piles or no
paT required. It is guaranteed to
FOSTER IS ELEVATEDa
Colonel of the 6th Made Acting
. Brigadier-General at
Camp Alger. ' '
LIEUT. COL ETTTILSEN SUCCEEDS.
Letter From the Rock Island Boye at
the National Capital Sorrow Over the
Death of Irivate Bledsoe Spanish Spies
Fader Arrest Some Interesting Camp
Col. D. Jack Foster, commanding
the 6th Illinois volunteer infantry,
was yesterday made acting brigadier-
general, commanding the I'd brigade.
1st ilivivision of the d arniv corps.
The troops on duty at Camp Alger
were yesterday organized into divis
ions ami brigades, and the tith Illi
nois was associated with the 6th Mas
sachusetts and the Hh Ohio in the
d brigade of the 1st division. Col.
Foster, being the oldest in the ser
vice of the United States, has been
selected as acting brigadier-general
in command of the division. Mean
while Lieut.-Col. Kittilsen will com
mand the Gth.
All the commands in camp, except
the l.VJth Indiana, the Gth Pennsyl
vania and the '.Mil Ohio, have been
assigned to the 1st division. The
troops excepted are Ix-iiig held to
await the formation of the 2d divis
ion. Three men, suspected of being
Spanish spies, are held in the guard
house of Col. roster s command.
They were arrested Monday night by
some of the memliers of the colored
battalion from Ohio. After being
held some hours in the cuslodv of
the sentinels they were for some rea-.
son transferred to the care of tin;
guard of the Gth Illinois. Their
names are Marino Soto Maver, . 11.
Strtihs and II. K. McDaretts. '
Camp Alger. Falls Church. Va.. May
21. We arrived here safe and all well
except Private PJedsoo, ; w ho was ill
i 1... t..r." t i.l J
w lien ne icit roil iiirnciii.
Our trip was a delightful one. We
rode in Wagner sleepers and had all
the accommodations that could lie af
forded. At Harper's Ferry we saw
three states at once. Maryland, West
Virginia and Virginia. We reached
here at 10 o'clock Thursday and were
allowed to remain iu the coaches until
o'clock in the morniirg. ' when we
went into camp. At 3 in the after
noon we marched to this place. It
was. very warm, lieing about 'JO in the
Ilut now a cloud of darkness and
sorrow has come over our little tented
village. Comrade Bledsoe is no more.
He was a good fellow, and - every one
in the camp was his friend. The fun
eral ceremony was read by I. N. Kief.
fer, of the 8th Ohio. All the memliers
of our regiment viewed the remains.
and many of the boys wer. 'moved to
tears as the remains of their fallen
comrade were carried awav from the
camp. Bledsoe enlisted in October.
18'J7. He received all tin? care we
could give him during his illness.
Walter Cox is our baggageman,
(iood water is two miles awav.
Wednesday we march to Washing
ton to pass iu review before the in
dent of the I niteil States.
All the. ditlerent companies have
mascots. One has a' dog, another a
cat, another a goat, but we have the
only one a Bear.
No tobacco that is worth
A butt of the weed would
also some cigars.
Don't Let Carelessness Keep Yon From
Have you ever been, disappointed iu
the flavor of your cup of Postiim
Food coffee? If so. you are the jM-r-
son we want to talk to. ilavorand
food value cannot be extracted from
a food drink of this kind, if it is
dripped or simmered. A delicious
taste and a cupful of nourishment
can be had quickly and easily if the
Post tl in lie allowed to keep tip a
clever boiling for 15 minutes after
boiling begins. Keniemlier, to simply
leave the pot on the stove 15 minutes
will not answer. Keep up the boil la
minutes alter active boiling com
This is simple, and if your health
is worth looking after at all, it is
worm naving your l'osliim made
good instead of sloppy, for when it is
well boiled you get the strength and
IhmI -lmililiiig elements as well as the
charming flavor. Insist on having
your Ix vcrage well made and that
cream or boiled milk lie served with
it. It is iust as easy to have Post inn
wen mane as to nave it made in a
slovenly manner. ,
This talk on the prcpaia'.iou of Pos
tntn is called for from the fact that
r t ' I . I . , .
e- nave ncaru lately oi several peo
ple. who cannot drink coffee and tried
Post u in, l.ut were discouraged, from
the fact that it was ltadly made.
When it is served projx'rly, it makes
ana holds friends for life.
eat Tobacce Sail sad Baraks lour Ufc Away.
To ault tobacco easilv and fniri, t m.
, netio. lull ct life, nerve and yi;rcr, take No-To-
: Tlo lh. vnnMv. l.n . b. n .' .
-ww w..uu Mines. ,ud, iiiiiKa mci
strong. All dragiriMa, SOc or tl. Carerujraa
teed. Booklet and sample free. Address
Merung aemedy Co.. Chicago or New York,
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tta Rind Yon Hare Ahrays Bought
Bear, tie j? ,TZZT
Bignatore of yJL&W4ciC&M i
TEAM WINS OUT.
Takes the First "of h Scries Fiosa Koch
Played. Won. Lost Peret
Qutncy 14 l 4 .714
l'eona............. . Ift
Cedar Kuptds..,... IS
Rock Isiand lit
St. Joseph 11
Pete Lohman and his Quincy pets
administered the double cross to the
local aggregatioiiVal' the Twelfth street
park yvsterda v afternoon. There was
no justifialde excuse for Rock Island
losi ng the g-ame.'
It Was a spirited ct in test and neatly.
end prettily played. It pleased the
fans immensely, 'but the fact of the
home 1xys allowing the visitors to
roll them out at the close of the battle
after holding them' down so success
fully through. several innings, ci nihil
their ardor, ' 1 4
The score was 5 to J when the
(uiiicvs went to bat iu the eighth.
Here -is where they liegan the busi
ness. Mohler sent out a safer. He
came lio.me on a 3-lwgger by IXitinv
Sweeney. The little man followed
suit when M-Carty delivered the
sphere out of the reach of the garden
ers. Kock Island goosc-cggird.
tjuiiic' kept np the good work ill the
ninth.' Lohman died on a ll v. IVpe
lrew four, and - drilled. Cooper
shoved a warm one to Wright, who
made a fumble, and threw wild to
l',!l.,n. (Jo iv scored and the batter
took second. Mohler made two bases
on a hit iu right and scored Cooper,.
Now it was a tie. The next man up
was no one but your old short friend.
Dennis Sweeney. There was a swish
and a crack, and wlen the smoke
settled Mo!;Jcr was singing "Home
Sweet Home," and the little "entle-
man was sailing around the bases.
The jig was up. Kock Island failing
to score in her half. The score:
l! k Ulnnd u It
1. A r.'Om'rrB
n r. it.. . v o
M 'K.t '. of - I
. n p. A K.
e Mohler it
t 4 I
I (i!xcen'vrf -J
o I ! face. lit. .0
3 PMeCurivlf "
i i ii
Wiuiit. :, ia i i
Striuss c .0 fl
ill n lb. ..I -' it
II una '.b..i t 1
Itublti t. ms. I I 3
Mirtiirn srfn O S
Yoiaii;. p .0 O O
I UMlrdieero n
4 IlLolmian o n o
(I H!''IK. ss . . I II
Miiier. p.. I (
fl H 27 9 3
I 0" 2 o S
IW Is'and 0 I t
Kurtitiuiou t 0 0
Ta-o base hits siweiner. Thr.'e base Ill's -
Sweeney. Stolen bases I'illon and Cimiikt.
Double plays Vonror tn Strauss to Dillon
ileel.ev to Moliler lo I'aee. fanml mn-
IJiiiney 5. KM-k Island 2. liases on balls o!T
CiHiper S. o'T Yotinir . Stru.-k out bv Cooper
9. Voting 4. 1 iiue. i hours. I'mpire, Carulliers
Oilier games: At Cedar Ilapids
Cellar ltapids 1l. Ottumwa 1; at Du
buque. Duliiiiiue 12. St. Joe 10:
at Peoria. Peoria S. Iltn liii'Mon 7.
Harry Sage , feels coiilideiit that
Manager Wright, of Peoria, will give
him his rchiiUjit..,, If other matters can
be arranged satisfactorily, ami no
doubt they can. he will assume the
management of the Bock Island team
Tomorrow is ladies' day and a lav,ge
turnout of the fair sex is exp-.t-tcd.
The ladies should not forget that thev
The Bock Islanders were 'full of gin
ger yesterday. That's vvhat makes
Stranssand Babbitt have shaken
their mustaches for the summer
Little Danny Sweeney is as clever
as ever with the hickory.
(. ouie, come. oovs. we must win a
few of these home games.
Ltiiiney again today and tomorrow
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John Crabaath. Vloe Preeldssfc,
r. Qrceoaaalt.'aaier. '
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Papen 20 per cent cheapec than
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