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THE AUG US, FRIDAT5 OCTOBER-21, 1898.'
At Four Score.
Dr. Miles' Nervine Restores Health.
rNCLE EZEKIFX OBEAR, iuscnor and
tax collector. Ueverly, Mass., who bat
parsed the 80 life milo stone, scys:
"Dr. Mills' Restorative Nervine Las done a
great deal of sood. I Buffered for years from
slc-iplespces sad nervous heart trouble.
Would fed vary and u-tcI Dp In the mora
ine, had no ambition and my work seemed a
horden. A friend recommended Dr. Miles
Nervine, and I purchased a bottlo under
protest a3 I had tried so many remedies ua
Bnccri.fr.lly. I thought it do use. But it
care mo restful sleep, a good appetite and
restored me to energetic health. It Is a
grand Rood medicine, and I will gladly write
anyone Inquiring, foil particulars of my sat
isfactory experience." r7V'
sfactory cxpt rleucc" f J JiU'rfK'V.!1"
Dr. MileV Kemedies
are sold ty all druz-tiv
- r as
guarantee, first bottle p-FJCrVinO
funded. Boole on dls- t Ttf g, K. J
eases of the heart and :''4 .T , ."Tv.5
nerves free. Address. M--
DR. MILES MEDICAL CO.. tlkuart. lnd.
When lie treats himgelf to
of KiiKUJcJlATii's : :
cither Haw, Stewed r Fried, or
in any style tlic epicure prefers.
We prepare Oyster or Luncheon
in Ihc most tempting manner,
:inI for a dainty lunch after the
theatre, or In-fore, is a treat to
be remembered ::::::
Try a Slice of Our
It is delicious and nourishing, as
is also our HOT COFFEE, CHOC
OLATE OR TEA. which with a
nice .Sandwich or French KoII,
makes a nice afternoon Luuchcou
to treat vour friends on.
Krell S Math's
Phone 1156- 1718-1718 Second Avenue.
We also sell Ovsters lv the can.
MO LINE McKINLEY SNUBBED. HAMMER-HANSEN WEDDING.
tumble to Giett His Great Namesake
Fostmaster McKinley, of Moline,
was not able to see his 'illustrious re
lative and namesake while in Chicago.
The Chicage Record, speaking of yes
terday's callers at the McWilliams
home, vrhere the president was a guest
while in Chicago, says: "Judge C. C.
Kohlsaat called with M. M. Walker,
of Dubuque, who says he is the orig
inal McKinley man of Iowa. Col. O.
M- Smith, in charge of the United
States army subsistence department
in Chicago, paid his respects to the
president a few moments later. Mrs.
Charles Burrall rike, 2101 Prairie
avenue, a daughter of Secretary of
i ar Alger, had a fifteen minute audi
ence with air. ana Mrs. 3lcrUniey.
.Not so fortunate were Mr. and Mrs.
George II. McKinley, of Moliue, cous
ins, of the president, who were not
eloquent enough to squeeze by the
vigilant white bouse Uoortender who
has been on duty at the McWilliams
home during the president's stay."
So it deve!oed that the relatives of
the secretary of war had a greater
pun in reacning the chief executive
than ul those of his own kith and
The worst of it is, as far as the Mo-
line postmaster is concerned, that the
last thing thepresidentdid on boarding
the train out ol Chicago last night
was to bestow his gratitude on his
body guard, which had saved him so
much annoyance during his stay in
81 OO Reward 100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at last
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only oitive cure known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall s Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting di
rectly upon the blood anil mucous
surfaces of the system, thereby de
stroving the foundation of the dis.
ease, and giving the patient strength
by building up the constitution and
assisting nature in doing its work
The proprietors have so much faith in
its curative powers, that they oiler
One Hundred dollars lor any case
that it fails to cure. Send for list of
testimonials. " "
Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo,
Sold by druggists, 75 cents.
Chronic Rheumatism Cured.
Dr. II. 15. Hettinger, Indianapolis,
lnd., i-avs: "For several months after
spraining my ankle 1 was severely
afflicted with rheumatism. I finally
tried Detchon's 'Mystic Cure' for
rheumatism, and in four days could
walk without mv cane; two bottles
cured me sound and well. I take great
pleasure in recommending the -Mystic
l ure' to all who are alllicted with rheu
niatism.'" Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue. Rock Island, and Gust
Schlegel fc Son, 22U West Second street
De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve has the
largest sale of any salve in the world
I his fact and its merit has led dis
honest jeople te attempt to counter
feit it. Iook out for the man who
attempts to deceive you when you
call for DeWitt's Y itch Hazel Salve,
the great pile cure. T. II. Thomas
A. J. Kiess and M. F. Bahnsen, drug'
Are You m
Just remember that all your
strength, must come from your
food. Did you ever think of
Perhaps your muscles need
more strength, or your nerves;
or perhaps your stomach is
weak and cannot digest what
If you need more strength
of Cod-Iiver Cil with Hypo
phosphitea. Tho oil is the most
easily changed of all foods into
strength. ; and tho hypophos-
pnites aro tao ueat
toaic3 for the nerves.
SION is the easiest
and quickest cure for
weak throats, for
coughs of every kind,
and for all cases of de
bility, weak nerves,
and loss of flesh.
$oc and fi.oo; all druggisu.
SCOTT BOWXE, Chemist. New York.
On Photographic Work
C. E. SmithO Studio.
In order to more thoroughly
introduce our dull linish or
platino work, we have de
cided to reduce the price,
making it an object to all.
Call early, examine work and
place your ord.T. All work
guaranteed to be satisfac
tory. Brin? in - the little
J Koouis opposite llarpcr House.
y at tha Bride's Hokm oa Twen-
ty saeoatJ Street Last Mfhl.
Within the portals of the cosy home
ol Mr. ana Airs. C. Hansen, sod twenty-second
street, last night, occurred
the, marriage of their only daughter.
Miss Minnie, to John A. Hammer, of
Moline. The nuptials were simple,
but in keeping with taste and ele
gance. At t o'clock the couple pre
sented themselves in the parlor to
the strains of Mendelssohn's wedding
march, which was played by Miss
Lizzie Kennedy. They were attended
by Miss Emelie H. Evers and H. X.
Hansen, brother of the bride and gen
eral secretary of the Y. M. C. A. at
Sterling, llev. W. S. Marquis, D. D.,
pastor of the Broadway Presbyterian
church, of which the bride has long been
a member, jerformed the ceremony.
Only the immediate relatives of the
contracting parties were in attendance.
Xhe home was tastily decorated with
asparagus, carnations, roses and
potted plants. The bride wis attired
in a gown of white swiss organdie.
The couple were pleasantly remem
bered by admiring friends, the wed
ding tokens being both choice and
leautiful. After the ceremony, with
the hearty congratulations and good
wishes extended, the entire company
partook of an elalxrate wedding
The bride is well known in Rock
Island, having lived here from child
hol. The groom is a bookkeeper
with the Deere & Mansur Co., of Mo
liue, with which firm he has been con
nected for several years. Mr. and
Mrs. Hammer will go to housekeeping
at once in a home prepared by the
groom, and will be at home to their
friends at 1303 Sixth avenue, Moline,
after November 1. -Mr. and Mrs.
Hammer have the best wishes and
congratulations of a host of friends in
the twin-cities, who wish them un
limited happiness in their new ven
ture. Conrad C. Kohrs, of Davenport, and
Miss Anna Mattausch were mar
ried at 8o'clockWednesdayeveuingat
the home of the bride's parents on Aiken
street, South Rock Island. It was a
quiet home wedding, only relatives
witnessing the ceremony, which was
performed by Rev. Ira W. Allen, Jr.,
pastor of the Central Presbyterian
church. The couple departed for
Omaha and other western points on a
wedding trip. On their return they
will take up residence in Davenport,
where a cozy home has been fur
nished by the groom, who is a mem
ber of the iirm of Henry Kohrs &
Sons, and a most deserving gentle
man. His bride is a well known and
estimable lady. x
At the Broadway Presbyterian par
sonage at 8:30 last evening occurred
the marriage of Ben jamin F. Ide and
Miss Lena Hesler. Rev. W. S. Mar
quis officiated. The groom is an em
ploye of the Sylvan steel works.
A SUPPOSED FRIEND
!ave lllni a Case of Rheumatism.
I had been in the habit for many
years of drinking strong coffee twice
a day without sugar or milk, hoping
by that means to moderate the effects
upon my nervous system.
I never 6usp?cted tho coffee habit
had anything to do with my rheuma
tism, which was so bad that I was
unable to get about without crutches,
T. V. NICHOLS,
About a year and a half ago I
stopped drinking coffee and took Pos
tum Food Coffee, and after a few
failures, because of iinprojer cooking,
(inallv had it made strictly according
to directions (which is easy), and
found it of such charming flavor that
I have kept up its use ever since.
Strange as it may appear, the
rheumatism disapjeared entirely, and
I have not had a single attack "since
Moreover my family have all taken on
some good substantial flesh, so that
we feel Postum is not only a delicious
drink in the taste, but that we are
living evidences of its healthful prop
The preparation pf any sort of
food or drink is an important, essen
tial part. I tind that many people
who have tried Postum go at the
preparation in a careless way, that is
to say, they put it on the stove and
let it'stand a few minutes, and think
it should be done. We put Postum
on in cold water. It takes about 15
minutes before it .begins to boil, then
we allow it to actually boil 15 min
utes, which as you say, brings out
the delicious flavor and good food
Mr. and Mrs. Miller, of this city.
are using Postum right along. Mrs.
Miller has been a great sufferer from
dyspepsia, had to give up coffee en
tirely on that account. She enjoys
good health now, since using Postum
Mr. and Mrs. Hervev, of Auburn.
were troubled in the same way, and
have leen cured by Postum. Say
thev never were so well.".
No-T-Bc for Fifty Ceata.
Guaranteed tobacco habit care, makes weak
men suroog, blood pure. We. . All arugeisu.
personal And social.
Dr. J. R. Hollowbush is in Chicago.
J. Ramser is in Chicago on busi
ness. Mayor Medill is back from a visit to
W. L- Eyster returned from Chica
C. W. Dunham, of Geneseo, was in
the city today.
C. H. Garsten, of Peoria, was in the
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hansen
have welcomed a bright-eyed little
daughter to their home.
Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Mack, ana Miss
Daisy and Kinsley Mack, and Mis
Ma ble Fullerton arrived borne last
night from the east.
J. E. Gates comes from Clinton
Nov. 1 to succeed Fred McAfee as
manger of the Postal Telegraph Cable
company's Rock Island olHce.
Mr. and Mrs. Heury Carse and son
Willie arrived liouie from the east last
night. Mrs. Henry Tremann will visit
a few weeks longer in Pittsburg and
The Stag club gave a dancing party
at Armory hall last night, a large
company of young people being pres
ent and enjoying the terpsichorean
Lieut. George E. Tubbs, commander
of the 2nd division of the Naval Re
serves, has been tendered an appoint
ment as ensign in the navy, to be one
of the officers to take the Wasp to
Lake Michigan from the Atlantic.
Key. W. S. Marquis and Mrs. Helen
Mills bate returned from Blooming-
ton, where they represented the
Broadway church at the Illinois Pres
byterian synod. Miss Fannie Cleland,
who was the delegate from the Young
People's society, went to Cham
paign to visit her sister.
At the Illinois U. V. U. convention
at Chicago this week, Reid MeCulloch,
of Rock Island, was elected deputy
state commander; J. W. Morgan. Mo
line, surgeon-general, and G. M. Stod
dard. Moline, inspector general. J.
II. Thornton, of South Moline, was
made a member of the executive committee.
J. W. Cavanaugh, Chris Naab and
Adam Klotz, the former representing
St. Joseph's branch and the latter two
St. John's branch, have returned from
Joliet, where they attended the state
convention of the Western Catholic
Union. Next year's meeting will be
held at Belleville.
Invitations from Lieut. -Col. Alex
ander Mackenzie for the marriage of
his daughter. Miss Lucia, to Eugene
Raymond Heudley, Wednesday even
ing, Nov. 2, at the Church of the
Epiphany, Washington, have been
received by Rock Island friends. Mr.
and Mrs. Hendley will be at home
after Nov. l'J, at i836 Jefferson Place,
Fred Cox, of Company A, who is
under treatment at ilercy hospital
Davenport, for the sickness, he con
tracted in Porto Rico, was able to
come to Rock Island vesterdav. Harry
Smythe has also recovered sufficiently
to be around, while -Peter Cosgrove,
who is a fellow patient of the above
named boys at Mercy hospital, does
not seem togain in strength as rap
idly as it was hoped he would. Other
sn-k memliers of the company are
reported doing will.
MORE RAILROADS COMING.
Capltallnts to Look Over the Terminal
J. W. Gales, president of the Illi
nois Steel company; John Lambert
president of the American Steel and
Wire company, and W. B. Palmer and
John A. Drake, all Chicago capitalists
and holding interests in various rail
roads, will be here tomorrow to look
over the Crescent bridge and other
property of the Terminal company,
with a view to .interesting themselves
in the enterprise. They have en
gaged accommodations at the Kim
ball house, Davenport. It is reported
on good authority that if these gen
tlemen become locally involved to the
extent contemplated, it will mean
that no less than four trunk lines will
enter this locality, including the B. &
O., Wabash, Illinois Central and St
L., P & N.
Reason for Oratitude.
"I have always been troubled with
rheumatism. I took medicines with
out relief and finally decided to try
Hood's Sarsaparilla. Since taking
six bottles I have had no symptoms
of rheumatism. 1 have increased in
weight since I legan taking Hood's
Sarsaparilla." Mrs. Mary F. Blaine,
Hood's Pills cure all liver ills
Mailed for 25 cents by C. I. Hood &
Co., Lowell. Mass.
Ladies Can Wear Shoes
One size smaller after using Allen's
Foot-Ease, a powder to be shaken into
the shoes. It makes tight or new
shoes feel easy; gives instant relief to
corns and bunions. It's the greatest
comfort discovery of the age. Cures
and prevents swollen . feet, blisters,
callous and sore tjKds. Allen's Foot
Ease is a, certain cure for sweating,
hot, aching, nervous feet. At all
druggists and shoe stores, 25c.
Trial package free. Address Allen S.
Olmsted,. Le Roy, X. Y. :
1 ' " Chronic Nasal Catarrh
Tolsons every breath that is drawn
into the lungs. There is procurable
from any druggist the remedy for the
cure of this trouble. A small quan
tity of Ely's Cream Balm placed into
the nostrils spreads over an inflamed
and angrv. surface, relieving immedi
ately the painful inflammation,
cleanses, heals and cures. A cold in
the head vanishes immediately. Sold
by druggists or will be mailed for 50
cents by, Ely Brothers, 56 Warren
street, New York. '
!50 CEITS II 1
Given A way.
ITH every cash purchase of shoes from $2.00 up we will
give FREE money order, good until Jan. I, 1899, for
50 cents In trade. This grand offer Is good until TVov. . We
need not tell the trade the class of goods carried, as It Is a
KNOWN FACT that we handle nothing but the best In shoes,
and prices, which are always marked In, plain figures, arc al
ways the same, which Is the lowest.
We have men's shoes from 90c a pair so cal'cd $1.25
Ladles' shoes from 85c to $4.00.
Misscs"shoes, sometimes known
and kid for 85c.
as $1.25 shoes, In calf
Boys' shoes, 3 to 51, for 85c and youth's shoes for 75c a
So you see we can give you prices lower than the lowest.
Yours for good shoes, low prices and perfect foot-fitting.
307 Twentieth Street, Rock Island.
We close at 6:30 except Wednesday and Saturday.
A TRAVELER IN TROUBLE.
Harry M. llndson Charged With Attempt
luff to Iteat a Hoard Kill.
Harry M. Hudson, a traveling sales
man, who has been evidently tipping
the crocks too regularly, was before
Justice Cramer today on a cha'rge of
attempting to lieat ap $S board bill,
preferred by Henry Ehrhorn, proprie
tor of the Commercial house, and at
whose solicitation he was arrested last
night by Officer Dan McCarthy. Hud
son said he was broke, but would
settle as soon as he received a remit
tance he had asked for from the house
he represents. The 'squire continued
the hearing until Monday, with the
understanding that if Hudson paid
up in the meantime the case would be
dismissed. In the meantime Hudson
is breathing the air of freedom, George
Schafer going security for his appear
ance if wanted for trial.
The ancient Greek believed that the
Penates were the gods who attended
to the welfare and prosperity of the
family. They, were worshipped as
household gods in every home. The
household god of today is Dr. King's
New Discovery. For consumption,
coughs, colds and for all affections of
throat, chest and lungs it is invalua
ble. It has heen tried for a quar
ter of a century and is guaran
teed to cure, or money returned. No
household should be without this.
good angel. It is pleasant to take
ind a safe and sure remedy for old
and young. Free trial lottles at
llai'tz & Uilmeyer's drug store. Reg
ular size 50 cents and f 1.
The Elixir of Life is Health
Our Electric Machine for
the treatment of Nervous
and X-Kay work.
Have You Got It?
It not, consult
Who Has Cured
DR. J. It WALSH, . .
te of Ohloniro. former
ly SurKeon-in-Cliiet of St.
Piles! FUes! Files!
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
will cure blind, bleeding and itching
piles when all other ointments have
failed. It absorbs the tumors, allays
the itching at once, acts as a poultice,
gives instant relief. Dr. Williams'
Indian Pile Ointment is prepared only
for piles and itching of the private
parts, ana nothing else, tvery box
is warranted, bold uy druggists or
sent by mail on receipt of price, 50
cents and f 1 per box.
Williams M an c r a ctcriw o Co.,
Proprietors, Cleveland Ohio.
Sold by M- F. Bahnsen, Druggist.
You Invite disappointment when
vou experiment. DeVitt s Little
Early Risers are pleasant, easy, thor-
gh little pills. I hey cure consti
pation and sick headache just as sure
as yon take them. 1. 1L 1 nomas,
A. J. Riess and M F. Bahnsen, drag-
Dost Tobsero Spit and Sateaa Tsar IJfe A war.
To quit tobeecj easily and forever, be map
l;11c full of life nerve and vigor, take Ko-T
I3oe, the wonder-worker, tuat makes weak men
strong. All druggists, 0c or fl. Cureruarau-
tced. Booklet and sample free. Address
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York,
Hundreds of Cases of Chronic Diseases Pronounced Incura
ble by Others.
in i .
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive- Drains, Sleeplessness. Threatened In
Kanitv. Weak Memory, Mental Delusions, or any other condition due to nervous eihaustlon,
CATARRH, Dyspepsia,-Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, Blood,
Kidnev, Liver and Skin Lissases can be quickly and permanently cured by our advance
svstem of medicine.
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
months with ethers when we guarantee you a permanent eure In seven days by our paioleits
methods. Hvdr cele cured in three days no pain.
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to her sex, should consult us. We
have cured many cases given up as hopeless, and we may be able to cure you. Surgical
operations performed at your home If desired. Abdominal ond brain Mirifery a specialty.
OUR CREDENTIALS AND TESTIMONIALS ARE TILE BEST. The num
erous acknowledgements we have received from the newspapers for our remarkable cures
in both medical and surgical cases is proof conclusive that our advanced methods cure
where all others fail. Therefore, do not waste time with others, but consult us at once and
retrain your lost health. There is a stave in every disease that can be cured. Hare
you pasMed that state? If not. do not experiment any longer, but consult us at once. Fur
thermore, we offer tl.000 to any one provlnir our credentials false. We m;ike It an object
to investigate ours. No other specialist offers such a fair proposition. ONLY Cl'RA BIjH
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OFF.CE 124 WEST THIRD STREET, M'CULLOUGH BlUDIXG, DAVENPORT, IA
Leisure Hours in the Honeymoon
Is usually devoted by the
bride to making her home
cosy and comfortable, as well
as handsome and attractive.
She will find everything for
home adornment and use in
our superb exhibit of fine
furniture. Elegance, Mod
erate cost and an unequalled
assortment to select from are
H. .F. CORDES,