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THE ABGHJS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1898.
Followed by Heart Disease. Cured by
DR. MILES HEART CUBE.
ME. C. C. SHCLTS. of Wlnterset, Iowa,
Investor acd manufacturer of
fchulta Safety WhlfHetree Coupling,
write of lit. Miles Heart Cure "Two years
ago an attack of LaUiippe left ma. with a
weak hi-art. I bad ran down in fiesb to
mere skin and bone. 1 could not sleep lying
du n for smothering bptlls; frequent bharp
dart leg pains and palpitation causd a con
stant fear of sadden death, nothing could
Induce me to remain away from home over
clsht. My local physician prescribed Dr.
Miles Ileart Cure and in a few days I was
able to sleep well and the pains gradually
Icsened, asd finally ceased. I reduced the
the doses, having gained fifteen pounds, and
am now fecl'as better in every way than I
Lave for years."
Ir. Miles' Remedies
are- sold by all drug
gist under a positive
guarantee, first bottle
bcnef.'-a or money re
funded. Beck on dis
eases of the heart and
nerv3 free. Address,
liii. MILES MEDICAL OO.. F.Ik hart, Ind.
The Odor of
Or June roses isn't more al
luring to the honcv lee than
a l-.x of KRELL & MATH'S
delicious confectionery to the
Minimer girl or your wife and
the baliies. Our assorted
AND BON DONS
With fruit llavors, cream and
nut centers, chocolate mars h
mallows. peppermint and
wintcrgrecn creams, are the
the acme of purity ami high
juality. They make your
mouth water tolhlukof them
after once testing their lus
ciousness. Krell & Math's
riione 11 68. 1718-1718 Second Avenue.
For Huylers, Lowneys and AW.
TOOK PART IN THE PARADE.
Cvmpaajr A Marches In the Peace Jubilee
Event at Calesbnrs;.
Company A reached Lome this
morning from Galesburg. where yes
terday the boys took part in the great
peace jubilee parade. The chief event
was- the visit of Hen. Shafter in the
afternoon aud President McKinley
and party at night. In the parade
were four companies of the 6th Illi
nois regiment A, of Rock Island; D,
of Abingdon; II, of Monmouth.' aud
C. of Galesburg with Capt. McGlrr
Lewis Kay, of Yates City, a mem
ber of Company C, 6th Illinois regi
ment, died yesterday of typhoid fever
contracted in Porto Rico.
CorjMral John Doran, of Company
L. 4'Jth Iowa, at Clinton, Iowa, is in
the city on business at Rock Island
Private Jenks, of Waterloo. Iowa,
passed through town today enroute
for Jacksonville, Fla.. to join his reg
iment, the 4'Jth Iowa.
Ixtuis Roseniield writes The Auuls
from Npringtield, where he is con
nected with the army hospital corps.
lie savs mien, the scene oi the min
ing troubles, is only 25 miles from
that fit v. and that nine of the men
wounded in the riot the other dav
were brought to Springfield for treat
ment at St. John s hospital, ami that
he assisted in caring for them. Some
of the cases were worse than any he
had seen inP orto'ltico, one man hav
ing live gun shot wound. Louis
expects to go to Virdeii today.
ZUEBLIN'S FIRST LECTURE.
Interestliic Exposition of Hritlah Munici
Prof. Charles Ziteblin, H. !., asso
ciate professor of sociology at the
Northwestern university, gave the
first of a series of six lectures on
British Municipal Life" at the High
school last night. The attendance
was large, and :n the occasion for
much encouragement to the local ex
tension center, under whose auspices
the course is lieing held, and also in a
measure demonstrated the interest al
ready manifest in this subject.
The speaker was introduced by Her.
V. S. Murf!iis. The title of bis first
lecture was Tin; Material Life of
Cities." incidental to which he illus
trated municipal progressi veness with
upward of forty stereopticon views.
Scenes in old London and Scotland
were displayed, all for the purpose of
adding force to the points brought
out by the lecturer.
Following the lecture there was a
series of questions anil arrangements
made for the .-tudy class which
meets Thursday evenings.
Prof. Zueblin introduced university
extension work in Hock Island some
live years ago. His next lecture, the
topic of which will 1m "The Physio
logical Life of Cities," is to occur
A Wise Oecislon.
"After having the grip, dyspepsia
troubled lue. 1 was obliged to give
up eating more than would barely
keep me alive. I read what Hood's
Sarsaparilla had done for others and
decided to try it. I did so anil it was
not long before I could eat anything
I wished." Mrs. Eliza A. Johnson.
Hood's Pills cure nausea, headache.
Did you ever see one?
Did you ever hear of one ?
Most certainly not. Con
sumption is a disease that
invariably causes loss of
If you are light in weight,
even if your cough is only
a slight one, you should
of cod liver oil ivilb hypo
phosphites. No remedy
is such a perfect prevent
ive to consumption. Just
the moment your throat
begins to w eaken and you
find you are losing flesh,
you should begin to take it.
And no other remedy
has cured so many cases
of consumption. Unless
you are far advanced with
this disease, Scott's Emul
sion will hold every in
ducement to you for a
All Droceists, csc. and $i.
On Photographic Work
C. E. Smith's Studio.
In order to more thoroughly
introduce our dull finish or
platino work, we have de
cided to reduce the price,
making it an object to all.
Call early, examine work and
place your order. All work
guaranteed to be satisfac
tory. Bring in the little
Booms opposite Harper House.
STATE RESERVES AGAIN.
Militiamen Who Went to War ReceiTe
Orders From Gen. Recce.
All members of the Naval Reserves
who were given leave of absence while
in the United States service during
the war hare been ordered to report
to their commanders of the state or-
ganization. Whatever doubt or un-
certainty there may have leen iu the
minas oi some oi the men as to their
dispositon after discharge from the
navy has been dispersed. All mem-
bers of the naval militia who were on
the battleships are still to remain on
the rolls of the state organization,
The order follows: v
Adjutant General's Office, State of
Illinois, Springfield, Oct. lo. Special
jruers -o. loo: ah omcers anu en-
listed men of the naval militia of Illi-
nois who were granted an indefinite
leave of absence in specia,! order No.
C. S., from this ofliee, and who
have been discharged from the regu -
lar United States, service, being no
longer required, will report for duty
to their respective battalion and di-
vision cumuiauders. Battalion coui -
manilers will report by letter or in
person to Capt. B. M. Shaffner, com-
mandinir naval militia of Illinois, for
order of the commander-in-
chief. J. X. Keeck
Those who were members of the
National Guard or the naval militia
previous to enlistment will still be
long to their respective companies
and divisions, notwithstanding their
discharge from the government ser
vice. When the Naval Reserves came
home Sept. .10 they were given a
30-day release from drill, after which
this was to le taken up again, and
the above order enforces it.
THE CHURCH IS RENAMED.
McKlolc Chapel to Be lvnown as tiecond
The new editice that the colored
folks have under way of construction
at the corner of Sixth avenue and
Tenth street, will le known hereafter
as the Second Baptist church, instead
of McKinley chapel, as it was orig
Work on the structure, which was
delayed owiug to the lack of funds,
has been resumed, and it will be
pushed to completion.
Her. E. I. Wilson, the new pastor,
is out soliciting funds with which to
pay the debt remaining on the church,
and is receiving jrenenms aid.
FUSTEK l l.rKRS.
Foster. Oct. 11. Born to Mr
Mrs. James Haves, Jr., the Sth
Ed Feld man's new barn is almost
" Mr. and Mrs. James Warman. of
Pine BlulT. spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Dick Reynolds.
Mr. and Mrs. Orson Warman
children spent Sunday with Mr.
Mrs. Harry Prouty.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gillett
children took dinner with the family
of Daniel Kliest Sunday.
Miss Alia Foster invited a number
of her friends to meet at her home
Tuesday to indulge in a candy pull.
Hog cholera has been prevalent iu
this section for some lime. Several
of the farmers have suffered quite a
Hev. Kelso, of Illinois City,
preached at the Baptist church Sun
day afternoon and in the evening at
The Misses Lucy and Kate Watson
went to Muscatine Sunday to call on
their friend. Miss Carrie Fryermuth.
who had been very ill the previous
week. They found her somewhat im
proved. Charles Foster and Ira Miller re
turned home last Saturday, after a
-months' sojourn in northern Minne
sota, nvere they hare been harvesting
in the wheat fields.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Beardsley
celebrated their 8uth wedding anni
versary the 7th inst. A few of their
children and grandchildren came
home and made it pleasant for them.
I'OAL TALILETf CI LLINtiS.
Coal Valley.' Oct. 12 John Bailey,
Sr.. is quite ill.
Mrs. Lewis Wf.tzell is quite ill.
Huirh Ii. Martin is ill with the
m u m ps.
Miss Jennie Lees is on the sick list
William Walker had his corn shelled
A tea party was held at the home of
rr , . " T " 1
Mrs. T. H. Lees Friday
John TMills and sister, Annie, of
Sherrard. visited friends here Sunday.
Mr. Arnold, a Sabbath school
worker, delivered a speech here Sun
day. Joseph Woolley moved his family
and household goods to Cable Tues
day. Misses Katie and Jennie Haddick
and Thomas Parker, of Cable, visited
with friends here Sunday.
Miss Betty Lees left Monday for
England. She starts from New York
Wednesday. '; She will make berhonie
for the future at Lancashire, England. '
Mrs. Jane Nichols, who camex from
Ireland some rears ago and has Tis
ited since with the Bailey families, de
parted for Ireland Monday.
Bnrklen's Arnica Raire.
The best salre in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcer, aalt rheum,
ferer sores, tetter, chapped7 bands,
chilblains, corn and all kin erup
tions, and positirely cures piles or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale br Harts A Ullemever.
at f 6.o0 per ton,
all sizes, delivered
for immediate de
E. G. Frazer.
j FROM THE PHILIPPINES.
Stephen Bick Writes His Brother in Rock
George Bick, of 1234 Thirtv-eighth
street, is in receipt of a letter learing
date of Sept. 1, from his brother,
Stephen Bick, a member of Company
F. :23d infantrv. United States reru-
j lars, stationed at Manila. Hedescribes
! the ovation that the troops he aeeom-
panied accorded Admiral Dewey as
thev passed his flagship in steaming
into the bav, tells how hungry the
. bovs are for news from home, and re-
' errets the fact that they were not in
j Cuba to assist their comrades in clean-
Jing out the Spaniards. His letter
contains an interesting account of the
developments in the Philippines since
bis arrival there July 14. lie was in
the battle of the niirht of Aug. 1 and
heard the bullets whistliujr bv his
, head. ''I learn siuce that the Snau
lards lost iu that hjrht 880 killed. CO-'
( wounded and 84 unaccounted for.
j while the American loss was but three
I killed and five wounded. The enemy
i had four of his crack regiments iu
! that light. It was their plan to break
J through at the swamp and llauk the
rest and march on to Camp Dewev
anil clean out the .Muericau hocks
I (that's what thev call us), and hold
j parade on our camping grounds next
I uiorninr. lne soldiers told us all
about it afterward."
J The writer states that the Ameri-
1 1 . ' .1 i o - -1-
cans nave aooui six inousauu ojiauis i
prisoners. Ihe dons are a cowardly
lot of fellows, the soldiers having no
confidence in their leaders.
The natives are nothing but cut
throats, thieves and murderers," says
the letter further. "They would kill
a man ford cents. t Ihe only work
thev do is in running canoes in the
bay and jjatherin; ovsters. Uncle
Sam has a worse lot to deal with now
than the Indians. The natives be
have nicely in the dav time, but at
night, when one cannot see or defend
himself, they attack you. But we
will make short work of them if they
bother us. There are all kinds of
minerals in the Philippines, from coal
to diamonds. There are Germans,
English. Chinamen and Japanese
here. It rains almost every day in
this country from March to Septem
ber. Durinir that period the thcr-
memeter ranges from 40 to 'JO. From
September to March it ranges from 10
to 110. and it is just as hot when the
moon shines as when the sun shines.
Mosquitoes, Hies and gnats are plen
tiful, and with the disagreeable
weather contribute toward making
life miserable for one who is used to
breathing in more congenial climes.
I have lost SO pounds since leaving
SOUTH HEIGHTS IUFPEMSCS.
South Heights, Oct. IS. Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Schlenter welcomed an
other son to their home last Tuesday
Mrs. George W. Wood and children,
Elraand Lester, returned last Sunday
from a pleasant visit to relatives near
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bailey left
Thursday morning for Chicago, wnere
they will attend the peace jubilee next
The children not absent during the
month of September from the South
Heights school are the following:
Miss Ella Graham, teacher; Jennie
Wining, Myrtle Graham, George
Willms; Miss Clara Hedeckr, teacher:
Bruce Sanderson. Ella Ilammerich,
Ethel Graham. Ben Farrar, Jennie
Nelson, Emil Kuschmann, Arvid Nelson.-
Grace Farrar, Lizzie Hunge. Kay
Spitznas. Agnes Farrar. Mary Camp
bell, Freddie Nowack, Martha Teade
mann, Florence JRunge, Lillie Boldt.
The Home club met last Tuesday
evening and elected the following
President Gilbert McCart y.
Vice Presidents Arthur Gardner,
Secretary Ralph Young.
Treasu rer Hen ry Sch leu ter.
Directors John Schleuter, Law
rence Paridon and Joseph Burgess.
The celebrated Spiering quartet ap
pears at Unity hall, Davenport, next
Tuesday evening, and a musical treat
may be looked for.
Tonight the vaudeville entertain
ment, which has been in rehearsal the
past few weeks, and from ''which the
society ladies of Rock Island hope to
start a. fund with which to buy an
ambulance for the city, is to be given
at Harper's theatre. "There has been
:a large 6eat sale, and it is expected
' . I I ...lit T C11 t , . 1 ,
the house will be full from top tobot
Hanlon's "Superba" will be on the
boards at the Burtis, Davenport, to
night and tomorrow night with mat
Rheumatism Cared In a Day.
Mvstic Cure" for rheumatim and
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to S
days. Its action upon the system is
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at-once the cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits. 75 cents.
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second
avenue Rock Island, and Gu3t
Schlegel & Son.. 220 West Second
Truth wears well. People hare
learned that De Witt's Little Early
Riers are reliable little pills for regu
lating the bowels, curing constipation
and sick headache. They don't gripe.
T. H. Thoccas, A. J. Rieas and M. F.
Desslr la Ulod Deep.
Clean "Mood means a clean akin.
Ennties iron tfe bo!v. liesin today to
taish aimplos, koiis, blotch, blackheads,
and that sickly kiiioua complexion bv taking
Cascaret. beatuy for tea cents. All drug
gists, aUsfactioa guaranteed, 10c, SJc, 50c
BURRIS IS GRAND MASTER.
Rock Islander Honored by Colored Ma
Henry Burris is back from Cham
paign, "where he attended the grand
lodge of colored Masons, and received
the highest honor within the powerof
that organization that of election to
the most worshipful grand mastership
of Illinois and the jurisdiction, which
extends over this state and Wisconsin.
Mr. Burris was, previous to his
present position, senior warden of the
grand lodge. He is also chairman of
a committee to select a site for a Ma
sonic widows' and orphans' home and
to devise ways and means to build and
maintain the same.
TO CURE NERVOUS DYSPEPSIA
To tiain Flesh, to Sleep Well, to Know
What Appetite and Uood Diges
tion Means. Slake a Test of
Interesting experience of an Iodiauapoli
No trouble is more common or more
misunderstood than nervous dyspep
sia. Teople having it think that their
nerves are to blame, are surprised
that they are not cured by nerve med
icines aud spring remedies; the real
seat of mischief is lost sight of; the
stomach is the origin to be looked
Nervous dyspeptics often do not
have any pain whatever in the
stomach, nor perhaps any of the usual
symptoms of stomach weakness. Ner
vious dyspepsia shows itself not in
the stomach so much as in nearly
every other organ; in some cases the
heart palpitates and is irregular, in
others the kidneys are affected, in
others the bowels are constipated, with
headaches; still others are troubled
with loss of llesh and appetite,- with
the accumulation of gas, sour risings
A. W. Sharper, of No. 61 Trospect
streut. Indianapolis, Ind.,. writes as
follows: "A motive of pure grati
tude prompts me to write these few
lines regarding the new and valuable
medicine, Stuart's Dysyepsia Tablets.
I have been a sufferer from nervous
dyspepsia for the last four years;-have
used various patent medicines aud
other remedies without any favorable
result. They sometime gave tem
porary relief until the effects of the
medicine wore off. I attributed this
to my sedentary habits, being a book
keeper with little physical exercise,
but I am glad to state that the tablets
have overcome all these obstacles, for
I have gained in llesh, sleep better,
and am better in every way. The
above is written not for noto
riety, but is based on actual facts.1
A. W. SiiAKrmi.
Gl Prospect street, Indianapolis, Ind.
It is safe to say that Stuart's Dys
pepsia laiiiets win cure any stomacii
weakness or disease except cancer of
the stomach. They cure sour stom
ach, gas, ioss of llesh and appetite,
sleeplessness, palpitation, heartburn,
constipation and headaches.
Send for valuable little book on
stomach diseases by addressing Stuart
company, Marshall, Mich.
All druggists sell full fcizc packages
at ;"i0 cents.
The City of Winona was in and out
The Reindeer and Hennepin passed
The W. J. Young, Jr., came iu
from Burlington and cleared arain for
the same port.
The stage of water at the Rock Isl
and bridge at 6 a. m. was 1.05; at noon
100 the temperature at noon 46.
Travel over the Rock Island bridge
yesterday amounted to: Foot, north.
1.061; south, 1,037; total. 2,0D.
Teams, north, 722; south, 713; total.
1,435. Street cars, north, 93; south,
J3; total. 186.
The water is rising at St. Paul, Red
Wing and La Crosse, is stationary at
Reed's Landing, and from North Mc
Gregor to Rock Island, and is falling
at all other points.
. Free of Charge to Sufferers.
Cut this out and take it to your
druggist and get a sample bottle free
of Dr. King's New Discovery, for con
sumption, coughs and colds. They
do not ask vou to buy before trying.
This will show you the creat merits
of this truly wonderful remedy, and
show you what can-be accomplished
by the. regular size bottle. This is no
experiment, and would be disastrous
to the proprietors, did thev not know
it would invariably cure. Many of
the lest physicians are now using it
in their practice with rreat results
and are relying on it in most severe
caes. It is guaranteed. Trial bot
ties free at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug
store. Regular size ou cents and fl.
Have Yon a Son, Brother,
Husband or lover ' in the 'army or
navy? Mail him today a Skleent
package of Allen's Foot-ease, a pow
der for the feet. All who march.
walk or stand need it. It cures ach
ing, tired, sore, swoollen, sweating
feet, and makes hot. tiirht or new
shoes easy. Feet can't blister, get
sore or callous where Allen's Foot-
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All druggists and shoe stores sell it.
1 cents. Sample sent free. Address
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Mors than twenty million free sam
ples of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
have been distributed by the manu
facturers. What better proof of their
confidence in its merits do yon want?
It cures piles, burns, scalds, sores, in
the shortest space of time. T. 1L
Thomas, A. J. Kiess and M. F. Bahn
Almost everything about the house is improved by pamt if the
right kind i used. There was a time when one kind of paint waa
made to serve every purpose. ..."
The Sherwin-Williams Co.
makes a special paint for each kind of work. A paint that will do
its special work in tae way it can best be done.
For floors a hard-drying aud hard-wearing
paint, to walk o. For chairs ad furniture,
a bright, glossy paint that's hard to mar
or scratch. For bath tubs, a hard, bright
fklrt Mtr tneft not
cunuiu in.i. ..wi
affect. For buildings, a datable paint
to withstand the elements.
Paints for outside and paints for inside.
We will send a free book describing our
different kinds of paints and their differ
ent uses it" you will send your address. ,
The leading paint dcalets keep these
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NERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive Drains. Sleeplessness. Threatened In
4 sunitv. Weak Memory, Mental Delusions, or tiny other condition due to nerrous exhaustion,
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VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
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WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to her sex, should consult us. We
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CTTND ONE which if enough to make the righteous pro
jL fane and be forgiven, is an old stove that won't draw
when one is in a hurry for their breakfast. Whe'n
you can buy a superior stove or range that is handsome and
useful, a Rood baker, and of the yery best manufacture,
that we sell at such low prices why bother with a use
less old hulk.
J3 HABPF.R HODSK
Life is Health
DR X E. WALSH,
T,nte of Chloago. former
ly Surireon-ln-Cliief of St,
AnlUuiiy's hospital. ,
Cor. Nineteenth street
and Second Avenue.
We Are Busy
All the Time
Now is the time to have your
walls freshened with bright,
clean paper, so that it will
be a pleasure to receive your
friends - this fall when they
come te see you. Scarcely
any annoyance and so quickly
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810, 317, 814 TWENTIETH ST. "