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THBABQT73.:"WEI)NESDAT", MABCH 29, 1899.
Katat-e of Frederick Schneider, deceased
The UDdenuffed having been appointed
executrix or toe last will and testament
of Frederick Schneider, late of th
county 01 rtocn island, Ktate of DllnoU.
deeeated. berebr Vive notice that she will
appear before the county court of Rocli
Island county, at the county court room, ia
the city of Rnck bland, at the Uay
term, on the first Monday to May nxt,
at which time all persons bavin claims ataiast
aaid estate are notified and rMiutl to at
tend, for the purpoae of having the same ad-
juaieo. au persons indented to said estate
are requested to matte Immediate payment
.Dated this Ttb dav of March. A. D. 1800
Kukigdkui iTTNEa, Kxecutrix.
Estate of Henry Fiedler, deceased.
The undersigned having oeen appointed er-
ecuim 01 tnel'wt will and te ixmen' 01 Henry
Fiedler, late of the county of Rock Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby rives notice
mat sne will appear before toe county
court of Rock Island county, at the county
nourt room. In the city of Kock Island, at the
May term, on the first Monday in May
next, at which time all persons having
claims against said estate are notified and
requested to attend, for the purpose of hav
ing me same adjusted.
AU persons indebted to said e-..ite are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Ira ted this 27th day of February. A. D. i"W.
Vaboxica IJick. Executrix.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Kfitste of Vatthias Grant Mounts, deceaed.
Public notice Is hereby riven that the under
Klgned. trhardtt,. Fickt-uxcher. administrator
if the estate of said deceased, has this
dav tiled his final report and sett) ment as
such in the county court Book llnd
county, and that an order has been entered by
sa'O cou-t approving the said report, unless ot.
j ration thereto or cause to the contrary be
anown on or Derore me MX our 01 April
v. I. ltO-. and i.p.n the anal approval of i-aid
report the said KrnardtG. Fickenseher will
ask for an order of diktrihuti n. and will also
ask ;o be discharged. All pe:tom Interested
are nonuea to attena.
Kock Island. Ill . March II.
Estate of George Vogl r, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed ex
ecutrix of the last w Hand testament of (leorge
v ogier. late of the county of Kock Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, herebv elves notice
thai she will appear before the county court of
hock isiana county, at toe county court room.
In the city of Kock I-land. at the June
term, on the nrst Monday In June next
at which time all persons having claims
against said estate are notified and requested
to attend for the purpose of having the same
adjusted. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make Immediate payment to
Dated this JOlh day of March, A. D. 1809.
Aon em VijiiLEB. Executrix.
Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois,
Kock I -land County, '
In the circuit court, to May term, lWis. In
c;ora Murphy vs. Howard J. Murpbv.
Affidavit of the non-resident e of the de
fendant. Howard J. Murphy, naving been filed
in toe ciers s omre oi tne circuit court or said
county, notice is therefore hereby given to
tne sata non-resiaent aeienaant that the com
plainant bled ber bill of complaint in sa d
court, on the chancery side thereof, on the
-.mo a Ay or March, ipw, and that there
upon a summons issued out of said court.
wherein said suit is now pending, returnable on
tne nrst Monday in the month of Mav next.
as isby law required. Now, unlets you, the sld
non-resident defendant above named, Kilward
J. Murphy, shall personally be and appear be-
lore saia circuit court, on tne first nay of the
next term theror. to be bolden at Kock Isl
and in and for the said count v. on the 1st
Monday in May next, and plead, answer
or aeinur to s iu complainant s bill of com
plaint, the same and the matters and things
tnerem enargea ami stated will be taken as
confessed, and a decree entered against you
wwiuiuK m tue prayer oi saiu mil.
Jkoh.c W. CiAHui.i, Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois. March Si, law.
SlUHOBiN t Mahshai.u
Notice of Publication Chancery
McCakrin & McCaskrin, lawyers.
State of Illinois. i
Eo k lsl nd County.
la Ihe Circuit Court. May term, A. D 1 !.
Kmma WilLauis vs. George A. Williams, in
An affidavit having been dulv oc tilled and
swora to snd tiled In the lerk s office of said
county ana state by the above named com
plainant. Knur a U iiliams. thow.ae that I be
residence of the aiiove named defendant M
unknown, notice Ls therefore hereby given
to the said defendant that the compla nant
ineu ncr uui oi complaint in saia court, on the
chancery side thereof, on the dav of Mar. h.
IWK. and that thereupon a summons issued out
or said court, wherein said suit is now nendinir.
returnable on th- first Monday in tbemonlh of
Way next, as ts by law reuuired.
Now. unless you. the s -Id defendant. George
A. Willi ins, shall personally be and appear be
fore saiil circuit cou t. on t be first day of the
r.ext term thereof, to beholden at Rock Island
in and for the said county, on the first onaay
in Mav next, and plead, answer or demur to the
said complainant s bill of comilaint. the same
and the mtters and things therein charged
and stated w II be taken as confessed, and a
oec eo entered against you auuoi ding to tne
prayer oi said bill.
Giorgi w. Oamrlc, Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois. M rch 2S. 1W.
1. CKIU.N & ill I. U-KKIX.
Publication Notice la Attarhment.
St ste of Illinois. i
foimty of Keck Inland i
'irenit court if l;. k Inland t-ouniy. May
ll-IIU A. I. tM".
Jcscpli Is. Haas s Ilcuiictla M. Ilciiser in ut
tdi'iinirni. Hi r.nclta M. tienier ibai a writ of utrcl -l
tnrui issued nut 1 the oiilce of the t Ic k of
I be t ucuit court of hoes Inland county, dated
he Sth dav of March. A. I t.V. at the suit of
I he said J,scp: I.. Ila -s and xifaiust ill -estate
f the said H nrietla M Uens-r for ibo sum
of twel'C hundred ad eiubty-cibt dollars
aotl twenty cents, directed to the rift of
said Nock Island co nty. whK-h sa'd wriibo
leen returned executed.
Now. therefore, un'css you. the saitl Ilenri
et'aM. Henser sb"li !H5rstinally be and pte .r
lefore the said circuit court tf Hoi k Island
count v on ihe first dvof Hie next term thereof
to te holdcn at the cou t house in the city ,,f
Itoclc Island, in said cocn'v on the first dsy of
May. A. IV 1M. cive special bail and plead to
the said plaintiffs action, judgment will he
en cred against you. and iu favor of tbsid
Joseph L. Haas, and si mnch of tbt pr,T"rtv
aitacbisl as mav ic sufficient to satisf, nuid
ludgmeut and costs will be sold to satisfy the
l.ixtu.B W. Gambijc clerk.
iiKt.rs nrr'Kr. n.unt 0 s Attorney.
Msrch iwb. A. U. !.'..
Rtste of Illinois.
Rock Island county.
In the circuit court of said county, to the
May term, A. I. Iiw.
Cart J. Mueller vs. WlUiam Ferguson. Simon
Listen Jessie A. Is-iter Lucy A. Matlock.
Maria C. Dutton. fame Cumixlngs, Oeorge
Affidavit of non-residence of Maria C. Dut
ton. r. le Cummioics and tleorge Matlock,
defendants In the ais,ve entitled cause, having
Iwea tiled in the cierk sofficete the circuit court
of said county, tot ice is hereby given to the
sa d noo-residrnt defendants that the com
plainant, hied lus bill of complaint in ssid
court, on the chancery side thereof, on the
Isth dayof Match. A. IV IsiM. and that thereupon
a summons was issued out of said court,
wherein said suit Is now pending, returnable
t the nrst Monday in the month of Msy
next as is by law required.
Now miles you. the said non-resident de
fendants above named, shall personally
be and appear before aaid circuit court
on the first day of the next term thereof, to
be holdea at hock Island in and for the
aaid county on the first Monday in May
next and plead, answer or demur to
the aaid complainant s bill of complaint, the
aame and the matters and thmgs therein
charged and stated will be taken as confessed,
and the decree entered acainat you according
to the prayer of said bid.
U .; W. GlXKlt. Clerk.
Rock Island, Illinois. March is. ihm.
MlKlST tt Mr ClIST.
Complainant a Solicitor.
TELL ABOUT IT.
A Bock ItUod Citizen Is Pleased to Do It
for tho Benefit of Others.
Wheo you knows pood thing, tell it.
It will not lessen its gooduess. r
But will do good to others.
There's inure misery just like it.
, There are lots of lame backs jn
It's a busy place and backs are
There's urinary trouble to a large
Colds effect the kidneys.
The kidneys are the cause, not the
Keep tbem in shape and life is life.
Doan's Kidney l'ills do perfect
Are for kidneys only.
Kock Island people testily to their
Here's a case of it: Isaac Shifter, of;
529 Fifteenth street, employed at the
aioiine Uas works, savs: "lb ere was
a dull heavy pain in the small of ni
back continually, and after stoopin
it was all I could do to straighten
ajram. lnere was always too ire
quent action of the kidney secretions
which was very annoying', especial!
through the dav. I saw Doan'd Kid
ney PiJN advertised in onr paper, an
I procured a box from Marshall
Fisher's drtijr store. After a short
treatment the dnll achinr pains left
me. mv back felt stronger ana th
kidnev secretions were restored to
their normal condition. I know of
others who had a similar satisfactory
experience with JJoan s Kidnev I ills
Doan s Kidney 1'iUi for sale by all
dealers. Price 50 cents. Mailed by
r oster-iiituurn company, uunaio,
Y.. sole agents for the United States
wr . , , T, IT 1
Kenieinlxr the name, Doan a, and
take no substitute.
Nmice Is herebv given that on Tuesday, the
fourth day of Atril, A. D. lHt, in the citv f
Kock Island. 111., an election will be held for
the following officer, to-wit:
i itv KFrn'mis,
One mayor for two yea s.
On city clerk for two years.
( nc city attorney for two years.
One city treasurer for two years.
On alderman in the First ward for two
une aiuerman in tne oeconu vara lor two
une aiuerman in tne inira wara tor two
ijne auiennau in
the Fourth ward for two
in the Fifth ward for two
In the blxtb ward for two
one alderman in tne sevenm wara lor two
Two assistant supervisors for two years
one as-esor tor one year.
)nc collector for one year.
which elect on will open at 7 o clock in the
morning and continue open until 6 o'clock in
the afternoon of that day.
Places of registration una voting will be as
First Ward Precinct 1, No 403 Fourth ave
First ward iTecinct z. sso soi Firth street.
Second Ward Precinct I, No. 1014 Third
Second Ward ITecinct Z, fJesrge Stodd s
Third Ward ITecinct I, No. 1314 Third ave
Third Ward-Precinct 3. No. 1414 Seventh
Fourth W ard ITecinct I, D mick s liverv
stable. Third avenue, between Nineteenth and
Fourth V ard - ITecinct s, bnek building rear
No. Twentieth street.
Fifth Wad ITecinct I. hose bouse onT wen
tv second street.
Mitn wara tTetunct scnmiai s grocery
on i wentietn street
Sixth Ward Precinct I. 3TI0 Firth avenue.
Sixth Ward Precinct 2. '1 weuty-ninth street
chapel. Seventh aveiue and Twenty-ninth
Sev. nth Ward ITecinct 1. street car barn.
Seventh Ward - Precinct i old No. 7 school.
A. U. H kis;, city and Town tJlcrK.
Rock Island. 111., March 10. A. D. IKV.
She ThoDKht She Did.
lie Do you love me well enough to
become my wife?
bbe 1 think I do, but I most have
all the money I want, and I must al
ways have my own way, and go when
and where I want to, and come home
when I please, and stay away when I
please. Yes, I think I really do love yon
well enough to marry you. Boston
Tnlklag to mm lavalid.
A physician, in au article illustrat
ing the evil c-ostoni of talking to an in
valid a boat his pains, says that once he
requested a mother to mark a stroke
upon a parx r eacb time that she atked
n sick daughter how the was. The next
tl.iy to her astonishment the made 109
stroke?. A three months' visit away
from home was prescribed.
UlseovereU by a Woman.
Another fjreat discovery has been
made, and that too by a lady in this
country. "Disease fastened its clutch
es upon her, and for seven years she
withstood its severest tests, but her
vital organs were undermined and
death seemed imminent. For
three months she couched inces
santly, and could not sleep. She
finally discovered a way to recovery,
by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr.
Kind's New Discovery for consump
tion, and was no much relieved on
taking lirst dose, that she slept all
Digbt: and with two bottles, has been
absolutely cured. Her name
is Mrs. Luther LuU." Thus writes
W. C. Ham nick & Co., of Shelby, N.
C. Trial bottle free at Hart & Ulle
mever's drug store. Regular size
50 cent, and f 1. Every bottle guar
anteed. ' UetBft Dova Hill.
People suffering from kidnev dis
eases feel a gradual but steady loss of
strength and vitality. They should
lof-e no time in trying Foley's Kidney
Cure, a guaranteed preparation.
Not one child dies where ten
formerly died front croup. Teople
have learned the value of One Minute
Ccagh Cure and nse it for severe lung
and throat troubles. It immediately
stops coughing. It never fails. For
ale by T. 1L Thomas, A- J. Reissand
M. F. Bahnsen. druggists.
KdecateTeer Beweta With Caaearetav
Cnndv Cathavtie. enra ennatitLiaa foesver.
iw, "c u t v..lu,drorgtu refund i
Hampton. March 23. Mr. and Mrs.
Ferris, who came here from Moline
a few weeks ago to reside, are pre
paring to move back to that city.
Mrs. Heagy is visiting relatives in
S. Marengo, of Rapids City, is very
ill with grip.
Howard. Baker, of Kock
In town Friday.
J. Cor bin, of Water town.
Mr. and Mrs. Me well Saturday.
James McCormick. of Watertown.
a veteran of the rebellion, is quite ill.
Ch tries Danker has purchased a
span of horses and is engaged in team
inrr. Kobcrt Vick and Mrs. Thompson
attended the funeral of Mrs. Kerns at
Hillsdale Friday last.
Mrs, uilliam Jacobs, ot Kapids
City, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Vt illiam Jacobs durinsr the week.
Mr. Williams and family have
moved here from Nebraska, and are
located in the Bishop property south
Considerable talk is heard about n
electric road from Moline to Port By
ron. Such a line would be of great
benelit to the people of the north end
of the county and undoubtedly would
be a paying one.
Andalusia, March 28. There is to
to bo a supper, given by the ladies of
the Baptist social society. Thursday,
April !'. at the residence of Mrs.
Mrs. Jseefuldtz was in our village
Mrs. Kuge returned home to Milan
Miss Zoe Brit ton is visiting friends
in Kock Island.
Mrs. Kittv Boney has returned
home from Milan.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ballard were iu
our village Saturday.
Miss Clara Davis is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Dave Finley, of Reynolds.
Jake iila.ier has gone to Iowa,
where he expects to remain for the
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Simmons are
visiting the former's mother, Mrs.
Miss Edna Finlev and Mrs. Henrv
Thompson have returned home from
Quite a number of j-ounjr people
from Edgington attended church in
our village Sunday evening.
Messrs. John Lfritlen aud William
Boney have gone to Oquawka. Thev
expect to work in the button factory.
Ihe people of our village p-ave a
donation party for Rev. Marshall, of
the U. B. church, Fridav evenin",
Andrew Simmons moved the house
hold goods of Messrs. Joe Simmons
and Milton BufTum across the river to
Buffalo, and from there thev will be
moved to near DeWitt, Iowa.
March 25 Charlotte Buford to Joel
Bales, si swj 27, 16, 4w, 1 acre sei
nwj and iiwj nej and nej nw 3t,
16, 4w, $6,000.
27 Dora Bruhn to John Konoskv.
1 lot 3 and 4, nl lots 5 and 6, block
43 Chicago or lower add., Kock Isl
March 27 John Hofcr bv heirs to
Herman Hofer, se 25, 17. 3w, ej nej
36. 17, ow, part nwj 31, 17, 3w,
28 M. V. Nokas by master to Hock
Island Mutual Building, Loan & Sav-
ngs Association, lot 1, block 2, Col
lege Heights add.. Rock Island, $700.
James N. Spivev to II. W. Barlev
and J. S. Bailev, el ncl nel 36. IS.
e, the undersigned, do hereby
gree to refund the money on a 50-
ccnt bottle of Greene's Warranted
Syrup of Tar if it fails to cure your
cough or cold. We aiso guarantee a
25-cent bottle to prove satisfactory or
horst vox kokckritz.
Chronic Rheumatism Cured.
Dr. H. 15. Hettinger, Indianaindis,
nd., savs: "For several months after
raining my ankle I was severely
ttlicted with rheumatism. I dually
tried Deletion's -Mystic Cure' for
rheumatism, and in "four days . could
walk without mv cane: two liottles
cured me sound and well. I take trrcat
pleasure in recommending the 'Mystic
ure to all who are afflicted with rheu
matism. ' bold by Otto Grot jan, 1501
Second avenue. Hock Island, and Gust
Schlegel & Sou, 220 West Second street,
Have You Had the Grip?
If you have, vou prolablv need a
reliable medicine like Foley's Honey
and Tar to heal your lungs and stop
the racking cough incidental to this
disease. Foley's Honey and Tar
Cough Medicine is unquestionably the
best remedy for the throat and lungs.
Pleasant to take and is guaranteed.
We have saved many doctor bills
since we began using Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy in our home. We
keep a bottle open all the time and
whenever any ol my family or myself
begin to catch cold we begin to use
the Cough Remedy, aud as a result
we never have to eeud away for a doc
tor and incur a large doctor bill, for .
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy never
fails to cure. It is certainly a medi
cine great reel it and worth D. S.
Mearkle. General Merchant and Farm
er. Mattie, Bedford county. Pa., For
sale by alt druggists.
Poet Tabatee Bert aad ! Tear UJ Awsy.
To qnlt tobaec easily aad forerer. be mai
eetic tall of life ae, re aad Tig or, take No-To
Bas. the wonder- vorker. tkat makes weak meg
strong. Ail druggists, see or i. Care fruaran- j
teed. Booklet aad cample free. Addrae.
tBieruBC Seated Ca, Chicafio or w York.
FIRST TO GROW ORANGES.
Jesuits lairadnced Tbem
Pel lea. n State.
The orange of Louisiana is an excep
tionally fine variety of that fruit, and
commands a good pnee in the market.
The orange was first introduced into
colonial Louisiana by the Jesuits, hav
ing been first grown by the members of
the society on their grounds, which
formerly comprised that part of the city
of New Orleans which constitutes the
lower part of the first district, down to
While St Bernard and Plaquemines
parish ea are. the chief centers of the
orange culture of Louisiana, the fruit
also grows well in the parishes of Or
leans. Jefferson. St. James, St. John
Baptist. St Charles. Assumption. St
Mary, Terrebonne, Lafourche, Vermil
ion, Cameron. Iberia and Sabine. -The
orange tree begins to bear at about the
seventh year, although it is not reck
oned to have reached its full growth
until its twelfth or fifteenth year.
The orange culture in Louisiana is
probably the most profitable industry of
the state under favorable conditions, a
full grown tree producing from 3,000
to 5.000 oranges, the fruit on the tree
generally selling for $10 a thousand.
and as some of the largest orchards in
the state yield as many as 3,000,000
oranges their market value gives
princely income to the owners of the
trees. Comparatively a very small acre
age of the state ts devoted to the growth
of oranges possibly not more than
The sweetness, delicacy and juiciness
or the J-iouisiana orange, the best of
which are regarded in the markets out
side of Louisiana as superior to even the
oranges of Cnlw. to which island the
fruit is indigenous, render the Louisi
ana oranges highly prized in the north
and west of the United States, so much
so that the supply is not by any means
eqnal to the demand. New Orleans
TAYLOURS AND SMYTHS.
Thej- Were the Commonest Trades
In the Thirteenth Century.
The manufacture of leather in the
thirteenth centnry seems to have been
important, showing that leather jerkins
and breeches were commonly worn. We
have 19 skynners, 40 barkars, 6 sad
delers, 3 cordeweners, 167 souters.
(snoeinakers) and o glovers, lne sur
name fenster is a trade name denoting
a maker of pack saddles.
The commonest trades are taylour and
smyth, since one lived in, almost every
village. The taylours number 407, of
whom 140 are called by the Latin name
of cissor. In addition to 261 smyths,
several are specialized. There are two
arusmyths, three lokeeniyths, three
goldsmyths, five fferours (shoeing
smiths) and six marshalls (farriers).
The wryght wrought both in wood
and metaL The number catalogued ia
186, of whom 81 are called by the Latin
name faber (French favre), one of the
few cases in which the Latin transla
tion of a trade name has become a com
mon surname. The wryghts trade, like
that of the smyths, was specialized.
The arkwryght made the great arks or
chests in which the clothes or meal
were stored, and we find a plow wryght,
a wheel wryght, two shippewryghts, 11
cartwryghts and two glasswryghts (gla
ziers), who were probably concerned
with the windows of chnrches. Glass
windows in houses were rare, as is still
the case in Sicily cr Egypt.
The bakesters are few ( 1 5), suggesting
that families baked their own bread.
There are 26 butchers (fleshewer, bocher
or carnifex), whence Labonchere, while
the surname potter shows that this
trade was in existence. The fysshexs
(43), were opulent, being taxed 13 times
as much as laborers. Notes and Que
My introduction to this princo of the
Pacific was on this wise : My brother
and I were trolling for yellowtail off the.
island of Santa Catalina. Suddenly out
of the summer sea a flying fish the
humming bird of ocean flashed
athwartour bows and then, not a dozen
yards distant, the waters parted and a
huge tnna, in its resplendent livery of
blue and silver, swooped with indescrib
able strength and rapidity upon its
quarry, catching it. mirabile dictu, in
midair. In a fraction of a second the
deed was done. The ocean, recording
the splash of the leviathan, rippled ap
plause, and our questions pattered like
hail upon the somewhat hard under
standing of onr boatman, a son of Al
sace. "Yes," he said, his white teeth in
curious contrast to a lean, bronzed face
"yes, messieurs, that ia a tana, a 200
pounder, at least !" Pall Mall Gazette
Smoke One With Me.
"Do you smoke?" asked the middle
aged man. "Yon diun't two months
ago. You oughtn't to smoke, my boy ;
you're too young and not strong look
ing. ' Then the elderly adviser started
to light a cigar. "Have a cigar?" he
said abeentmindedly, as he scratched a
match. The young man took the cigar
and bit off the end.
"These are very mild." ended the
speaker, presumably for the benefit of
his conscience "very mild, and won't
hurt you any." New York Commer
Capacity of St. Peel's.
As many as 30.000 people have been
a"cnrnmodated in St. Panl's cathedral,
but that has been with temporary gal
leries, etc. erected. On festivals only
between 0,000 and 7.000 people find
seat. At an ordinary service about
4.?0 people will make the cathedral
looli quite fulL
Two Points of View.
"My children," said the poor man
sadly, "are crying for bread. "
"Which shows." replied the rich man
coldly, "how much yon have to be
thankful for. Now, mine are crying for
Kin)m. . Bror.tlvn T.ifV
bonbons, -urookjyn Lola.
" Former Parliamentary Prlrllesea.
The prjvilege cf freedom from arrest
enjoyed by members cf parliament is
confined to civil matters; bat, since the
abolition of imprisonment for debt, this
immunity has been shorn of most of its
utility. Formerly it was a very useful
privilege. Disraeli says of one of the
characters in his first aovel, "Vivian
Grey," that "the only way to keep him
out oi tne House ot correction was to
get him into the house of commons.
Parliament was then a convenient haven
of refuge for "splendid paupers."
In one case an English member named
Mills, who owed 23,000 and for whose
arrest a warrant was in the hands of
the sheriff, avoided imprisonment by
purchasing a seat for one of the old
"rotten boroughs" in ISO? for the sum
of 1,000. In another case an Irishman
named Bonrke was confined in the
King's Bench prison about 70 years
ago in execution for a considerable debt
His friends got him elected for an Irish
constituency, but he never entered the
house. On his release after electiou
he fled to tbo continent and remained
Again in 1S25 the year before Dis
raeli published "Vivian Grey," a man
who was in prison for debt was returned
for Bererley, a small English borongb,
and was forthwith released on a war
rant issued by Mr. Speaker. It was a
case in real life of from the house of
correction to the
houso of commons.
The Flankins Movement.
No battle plans have been more gen
erally used than the flanking move
ments intended to overwhelm one end
of an opponent's fighting line, to the
great aud probably fatal weakening of
the rest of his position. The Confeder
ates used theso tactics in their most suc
cessful battles of the civil war, and it
is worthy of notice that their attacks
which were particularly daring aud
successful were almost invariably made
against the Federal right wing.
The troubles peculiar to that unlucky
part of the northern armies began at
Bull Run, and continued, east aud west.
for over two years. At that battle the
Federal right wing mado a well planned
movement against the Confederate left.
Both sides fought well for new troops,
"Stonewall" Jackson earning his battle
name by the resistance he and bis men
made to the attack against them, but
the Federals had gained ground and
were still advancing, when fresh Con
federate forces fell on the regiments at
the right end of their line of battle.
The historical stampede that followed
was an unfortunate but perfectly nat
ural result. "The Unlucky Right
Wing," by Gilbert Tompkins, ia North
Wet asrd Damp.
The sudden application of a wet sheet
is a stimulus to which the system re
sponds with a reaction which sets up a
brisk circulation, resulting in a healthy
glow and general activity of the organs.
In addition to this, it is probable that
Eome of the evil "humors" of the body
may bo dissolved out through the pores
of the skin.
All this is healthy, provided the sys
tem can withstand the shock and the
heat is kept in Ly blankets outside the
sheet. In the case of damp sheets, how
ever, there is no stimulus, ana tno uony
merely loses heat in absorbing tho mois-
This loss contracts the surface vessels
and drives an excess of blood back upon
the internal organs. Added to this dis
turbance of the blood circulation tbero
is also a congestion of tho lubricating
fluids of tho surface muscles and joints,
which produces stiffness and in serious
cases rheumatism, complicated through
the other causes with fever.
Bishop Buffalo Bill.
A rather good story is told about
Bishop Doane and another member or
the Episcopal bouse of bishops from tho
middle states, who is fond of a joke, as
many cf tho venerable gentlemen of the
church are. Bishop Dnnno addresses his
colleagues with whom be is on especial
lv familiar terms bv tho name of their
diocese instead of by their surnames,
and in correspondence frequently makes
use of bis own and other titles, relates
the Washington Times.
It is related that on ono occasion he
wrote a letter to the other bishop refer
red to and in signing it used the term
"William of Albany" instead of his
name. His correspondent promptly re
plied to the letter, aud in his answer
"It is really too bad, bishop, that
yon ore not of tho western diocese of
your state instead of Albany. If yon
were, yon might verv appropriately
sign yourself 'Buffalo Bill.' ".
A StronfF Comblaillon.
"Your mother agreos with me exact
ly, Johnny," said his father, proceed
ing to trim tho twigs from a tough
switch. "She thinks with me that you
need a good trouncing, and you aro go
ing to get it my son."
"Yes," bitterly exclaimed Johnny,
"you and maw always agrees wh-n it
comes to lickin me. - You and maw's
the whole thing. I don't never have no
show. This fam'ly's run by a trust!"
Ilia More Durable Coatnme.
The tall savage seized the newspaper
which the waves cast upou the tropic
strand and eagerly perused it.
"Clothing," he exclaimed, coming to
the advertisements, "is us cheap as
"But not 60 durable," urged tho
stout savage, who was notoriously in
clined to be benighted, not to bay reac
tionary. Detroit Journal.
"I want you distinctly to understand
Emil, that when yonr colleague's wife
has a new bit I want one too."
"Calm yo-jrself, my dear. We've set
tled it between us. You're neither of
yon going to get one." Fliegeud?
by Heart Disease, Cured by
MILES HEART CURE. '
R. C. C. sntXTS, of Winterset, Iowa,
Inventor and manufacturer cf
Shults' Safety Whlftletrce Coupling.
writes of Pr. Miles' Heart Cure. "Two years
ago an attack of LaGrippo loft me with a
weak heart. I had run down in flesh to
mere skin and bone. I conlil not sleep lying:
down for smothering spells; frequent sharp
darting pains and palpitation caused a con
stant fear of sudden oont'a, nothins could
Induce me to remain away from home over
nlshi. My local physic!aa prescribed Dr.
Wiles' Heart Cure p.nd in a few days I was
able to sleep well and tho palri trradaclly
lessened, end finally ceased. I reduced tho
tho doses, having rained fifteen pounds, and
am now feeling better In every way than I
nave for years."
Pr. Miles' Kcmedlc:
1 M V. .11 -1
gi5i3 unaer a posiuve
ruaranteo, first bottle
Vonofti rr mnroTr rr- rtT r-
eases of the Ueart and FJjitM i
nerves free. Addrrso. E23ai4&ai
. DR. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart. Ind.
V!-: Is the
teslK, j - CW-jei trons
BAUERSFKLD & SEXTON
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Booxe, Iowa, Dee. II
No tonfrne can tell what I have endured
in the psst ten years with my monthly sick
ness. While suffering untold agony, a
friend called and recommended Wine of
Cardui. I sent for a bottle, and Oh! what
relief. Alter the first dose I begsn to feel
better and nave had no pain since.
H9. GRAVE LAMPHERE.
Wln of fardui not only cures
of ten years' standing, and yet one single dose made t lie sufferer feel better,
and stopped the pain. The Wine goes straight to the seat of the trouble.
It acts directly upon the menstrual and genital organs. Its action is not
violent, and it does not force a result. It simply gives Nature that little
assistance that the sufferer's system lacks. A single disorder in the
feminine organs spreads many disorders all over the body, and when the
Wine cures the source, all the other ills vanish as a matter of course. A
woman can be her own physician and cure herself at home. Local ex
aminations are largely things of the
MOIES' ADVISORY DEPARTMENT.
For advice In r3uus rwinirinir ntHal
rllriTtionR, arlilrpfw, frivini yiTii oin.
Iitlr.' M.Uorj .'. IVl 111 T 1 1VMM.4
tjMvi.'.K uu. mai tnriootta.. -j .nn.
Druggists sell Large Bottles for $1.00.
"A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSE
FUL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
fh" t lazes i
GXE TRIAL BOTTLE
This Offer Almost
Msnr prennratifros intnill to lisntif7 fhs eonileiion hare faUnd, tiine thr do not rtrxla s
tomo ciferl an th kin- Komim tii Kws Kelt Complexion Tonic has such an rlJ-rt. it
mIi h,r all mnra eomiK: inarillr fail. This crest rsmiKly, tcnwrrvi j the Mim
Hull. lh eminent complexion ppeciali.ta. of No. J I-if to Annua, New York 'itjr. carries off all
imparities, whirh the blool forc to tb enrfaee of ths IkwI. f t esliilaratin end vtfalixin
wberevex applied, freckles, puuiilea, black oej4. moth itcliea. wrmklea. Iner spot, rougluieoe,
. oilineee anil eruption dtkeppear, and tho siu be-
jfVi come Soft sad roejr ae s helr e.
r) T,' Wiaeee Kell will IhM nionlh riee to all ho
A can at tneir rerl"r. a free trial bottle of their t oin
r .j.. 1 ' MiiwaTiHil. Tk.. i,n I... - ...
!'!7k vV A-.fr :, Tti.Miesesneir.rs
''. J -JCiK VliL. I7 '', . I tells
'l.-.-i' I SCrvrr V,-'. seep a oi eomple.i.
. A r I j ae"w
tkv - XJ' Jt' rosil to stir aildrMf on rtniotfU
THE HISSES BELL. 78 Flftlt
The Misses Bell's Complexion Tonio, Complexion Soap, Skin and l-'ootl
Depilo are for uale by all tlrujjgista." ,
Torn A. Marshal
j l,o6 Distance Line&
CITItt AN. TntfMArAfiOUT
2 TCtfSRAPH ftATCS.
Ml lull, ill.
Mar: hutllown, Iowa.
l..t. Pluf .li t, Iowa.
2s'i'v Y,w. ion. 111.
Nevr Vi-.uimr, 111.
North llcuuirsou. 111.
1'ort Ityrrm, 111.
l'ruirio I'i'.y, 111.
1'rtM uu-tiori. 111.
rriu.-i vill'V 111.
liork IhIiukI, 111.
Huuu Crook, III.
St. Alii;i'-Uui, III,
Tflylor l:iilie, 111.
Ti .lllon, 111.
Vi'uluut Cirovo, IU.
Wo.it l.ilxTty, lows.
Yutcs City, ill.
A vim. III.
Uu Imoll. 111.
Ciilumlius Je.., lows.
uoiiliT To TTnnormnet
work of the Rock Island
Steam Laundry. By modern
methods and careful and skilled
help their laundry work is the best
that is turned out in this vicinity.
Their services is prompt and pa-
are treated with courtesy.
1814 Third Ave. Telephone 1293.
but it acts AT ONCE. Here is a case
past the obnoxious custom is no
longer necessary. Wine of Cardui
is the only perfectly safe and sure
vegetable Wine made to-day for
the cure of 44 female troubles ".
An External Tonic Applied t. Vie
Skia. Beautifies it as by Maeic.
THE DISCOVERY AGE
A Woman was the Inventor.
f. r a free Imttle br aendtos rente in eilrer or
eterape to cover toe cost of packing and delivering
The pnes ot tlue wotxterfoi tonic ia One lAillax s
new book. " Secrete of nesot-r."
how m woman can ffam and
hpecial chapter on the
wa iui iiair. iwi
evn to n trifinted Amt how to rt
of ivperfiomu Imir on tn Brk end arm tritb-
injarr to tn skia. 7 his vlusri dook win
corataVei oltciteO. Addrens,
nreone. Nets' York City.