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THJB"ABQIT8.:"WJEDNESDAT, MARCH 29, 1899.
TCstate of Frederick Schneider, deceased.
The undemiffaed having been appointed
executrix of toe last will and testament
of Frederick Schneider, late of the
count j 01 Hoc 14 inland, state of UlinoU.
decease!, hereby rives notice that the will
sppesr before tbe county court of Rock
Viand county, at toe county court room, iq
tbe city of Rock Island, at the Vy
term, on tbe first Monday in May nlxt,
at whleb time all persons bavin elalms against
said estate are notified and requested to aw
tend, for the purpose of having the same ad
Justed. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to matte immediate payment
to the undemiirned.
. Dated this Ttb dav of March. A. D. 1800.
Kcsiccvdb Ittmeb. Executrix.
Estate of Henry Fiedler, deceased.
Tbe undersigned having- been appointed ex
ecutrix of tbe last will aed te umra' ofHenrr
Fiedler, late of tbe county of Rock Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby rives notice
that sbe wlU appear before tbe county
court of Rock Island county, at tbe county
nourt room, in tbe city of Kock Inland, at tbe
May term, on tbe first Monday in May
next, at wbicb time all persons having
claims aealnst said estate are notified and
requested to attend, for tbe purpose of bav
in- me same so justeu.
All persons Indebted to said e.ite are re
quested to make Immediate payment to tbe
Lraied this 27tn dav of February. A. D. I "00.
V Basics Uk.-k. Executrix.
TELL ABOUT IT.
A Bock Island Cltlsea Is Pleased to Do It
for thd Benefit of Others.
When you knows pood thing, tell it.
it wiu not lessen its goouuess. r
Bat will do good to others.
There's more misery just like it
Ihere are lots of lame backs jn
It's a busy place and backs are
f VlM 4 fITnft (ho Ifiilnom
The kidnejs are the cause, not the ?Pan of horses and I engaged in team
trouble to a large
Hampton. March 23. Mr. and Mrs.
Ferris, who came here from Moline
a few weeks ago to reside, are pre
paring to more back to that city.
Mrs. Ileagy is visiting relatives in
S. Marengo, of Rapids City, is very
ill with grip.
Uoward Baker, of Kock Island, was
in town Friday.
J. Uorbin, of watertown, visited
Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Saturday.
James McCormick, of atertown.
a veteran of tbe rebellion, is quite ill.
entries Dunker has purchased
Notice of rinsl Settlement.
Estate of Vattbiaa Grant Mounts, deceaed.
Public notice i hereby riven that the under-
Kiirned. rrhanlit,. Kicl.. u-h-r. administrator
f tbe ;stte of Maid deceased, ban this
dav tiled bis final report and settl ment as
sucb In the county court ' UiH'k I -J ,nd
county, and that an order bas been entered !
sa d eou' t approving the said report, unless ob
jections tberet-i or causa to tbe contrary be
anown on or before tbe 3d dav of Anril.
i. It. ItO. ac i,pn tbe floal approval of aid
report the said Krnsrdt U. Flckuaseher will
ahk for an order of dislnhuii n. arid will also
aKk to le dLscnarced. All pe:boiu Interested
are nouriea to atiena.
ICoc-k island. Ill . March II. IHWU.
KUUAUDT Li. FlCKXNs IIEK.
Estate of Oeorre Vocl- r, deceased.
Tbe undersimed havinsr been annotated ex
ecutrix of tbe last w 11 and testament of Cieorire
v omer. late or tne county or Kock Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, ncrehv irives notice
that she will appear iMsfore the county court of
kock isjana conn' v. at tne county court room.
in the city of Kock l-lanii. at the June
term, on the first Monday In Jane next
at which time ail person bavin claims
asainst said estate are notified and requested
to attend for tbe purpose of bavinir the same
adjusted. All persons indebted! to said estate
are requested to make Immediate payment to
Dated this aotn day of March, A. D. 18W.
A.e-s V.i.kb. Executrix.
Keep them in shape and life is life.
Doan's Kidney Tills do perfect
Are for kidneys only.
Kock Island people testily to their
Here's a case of it: Isaac Shi Her, of
&TJ Fifteenth street, employed at the
Moline Lias works, says: ".there was
a dull heavy pain in 'the small of my
back continually, and after stooping
it was all 1 could do to straignten
a train. There was alwavs too fre
quent action of the kidney secretions,
which was verv annoying, especially
through the dav. I saw lioan's Kid
ney I'iJN advertised in our paper, and
J procured a box from Marshall &
Fisher's drug store. After a short
treatment the dull aching pain left
me, inv back felt stronger and tbe
kidney secretions were restored to
their normal condition. I know of
others who had a similar satisfactory
experience with Doan's Kidney rills."
Uoan Kidney l'llli for sale by all
dealers, l'rice oO cents. Mailed by
Foster-Mil burn company, Buffalo, .
Y., sole agents for the United States
Remember the name, Doan's, and
take no substitute.
Robert Vick and Mrs. Thompson
attended the funeral of Mrs. Kerns at
Hillsdale Friday last.
Mrs, illiam Jacobs, ot Kapuls
Citv. was the truest of Mr. and Mrs.
William Jacobs durintr the week.
Mr. Williams and family have
moved here from Nebraska, aud are
located in the Bishop property south
Considerable talk is heard about an
electric road from Moline to Tort By
ron. Such a line would be of great
benelit to the people of the north end
of the county aud undoubtedly would
be a paymjr one.
Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois, i
Hock I-land County. ( '
In tbe circuit court, to May term, IK. In
;ra Murpby vs. Howard J. Murphy.
Affidavit of tbe non-resident e of the de
fendant. Howard J. Murphy, caving been filed
in tbe clerk's oftlce of the circuit court of said
county, notice is therefore hereby riven to
me saia nnn-resiuent aeienaant that tbe com
plainant tiled ber bill of complaint in sa'd
court, on tbe chancery side thereof, on the
-31 day of Miin-b. lH'J, and that there
upon a summons Issued out of said court.
wherein s.id suit Is now pending, returnable on
tne nrst Monday in tbe month of Mav next.
as is by law required. Now. uniessyou. the sM
non-resident defendant above named. Kilward
J. Murphy, shall personally lie and appear be-
orc saiu circuit, court, on tne nrst oav or tbe
next term tberof, to be bolden at Kock Isi-
ana in ana rnr tbe said count v. on the 1st
Monday In May next, and plead, answer
or aeinur to s Id complainant s bill of com
plaint, tbe same and the matters and thing
tuereia cnarreu ana stated will be taken as
confessed, and a decree entered against you
wwhiuuk mi wc i'r.yeroi saiu Dili.
(JiwiHt.s W. Oambmc, Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois. March -SI, law.
SlCHosxN it Mahshai.l
Notice of Pnbliratlon Chancery
McCatkriu A MuCaskrin, lawyers.
State of Illinois.
Ro k island County, t
In tbe ('intuit Court. Mav term, A. D ll.
Kmnia Will. am.-, vs. (Jeorge A. Williams, in
An affidavit having been duly cc tilled und
sworn to snd tiled In the t lerk s office of ssid
county ana state iy tbe above uuued com
plainant. Kruira Wiiliiuus. how.nu that tbe
residence of tbe alHve named defendant i
unknown, notice b therefore hereby given
to the said defendant tbal the compla nant
filed ber bill of complaint in said court, on the
enancery side tnereor. on tbe SM day of Mar. h.
1(K. and that thereupon a summons issued out
of said court, wherein said suit is now pending-,
returnable on tb- lirsi Monday in tbemoulhof
May next, as us ov law required.
Now. unless you. the s id defendant. Geiirue
j. vviiii ins, smut personally ue and appearne-
forc said circuit eou t. on the first dav of the
next term thereof, to beholden at Rock Island
in und for tbe said county, oo tbe first onoay
In Mav next, and plead, answer or demur to the
said complainant s bill of complaint, the same
and the mstters and things therein chanced
anu staled w II tie taken as confessed, and
dec ee entered against you accoidinr to the
prayer oi said bill.
Ccohgs W. Gamble, Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois. M reh 2.V,
M C.VrKlil.N & M -VKK1.
l'ablleatloo Notice la At tarhtnent.
Stste of Illinois.
Omnty of Ku-k IlanI
iri-i'il court of Hm-k Isl.iml eoiim v. Mi
vs Henriftia M. Ueiiser in at-
Ntiec Is b-rcbv jrlven that on Toesdav. the
fourth day of Atril. A. IX lsu. in the citv .f
HiH-k Island. Ill . an election will be held for
tbe following officer, to-wlt:
I ITV OKTI" KS,
Pne mayor for two yea x.
Ona city clerk for two years.
ne city attorney for two years.
One city trrasurer for two years.
on alderman in the Firs ward for two
une amerman in tne oeconu want lor two
une aiaertnan in tne inira wara lor two
line alderman in
tbe Fourth ward for two
in the Fifth ward for two
ine siacrman in tne sixin wara lor two
(me amerman in tne sevemn wara lor two
tiiws pi rn BUS
Two assistant supervisors for two years
One asesor for one year.
I ine collector for one year.
Which elect on wiU open at 7 o'clock in the
moraine and continue open until 6 o'clock in
the afternoon or that day.
nac-es of registration and voting will be as
First Ward Precinct 1, No 403 Fourth ave
First ward iTecincts. No noi Firtb street.
Second Ward Precinct 1, No. 1014 Third
Secocd Ward Precinct 2, Uesrze Stood s
Third Ward ITecinct I, IiO. YJli Third ave
Third Ward-Precinct 2. No. 1 Hi Seventh
Fourth W ard Precinct I. If mick s livery
stable. Third avenue, between Nineteenth and
Fourth tv ard - Precinct 2, briek buildiae rear
No. Twentieth street.
Fifth ao ITecinct I. hose bouse onTwen-
tv seci'nd street.
urtn ward tTeoioci -scnmiat s k-rocery
on rwentietn street
Sixth Ward Precinct I. 2nio Fifth avenue.
Sixth Ward Precinct sr. 'i weutv-ninthstreet
chapel. Seventh uveiue and Twenty-nlnib
Sev ntb ward ITecinct I, street car bam.
Seventh Ward - Precinct i. old No. 7 school.
A. D. Hi riNi,City and Town Clerk.
Kock Island. 111.. March 10. A. .
Andalusia, March 28. There is to
to bt; a supper, given by tbe ladies of
the Baptist social society, Thursday,
April 1H, at tbe residence of Mrs.
Mrs. beefclatz was in our villajre
Mrs. Kuge returned home to Milan
Miss Zoe Britton 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.
Aiiss Clara JJavis is visiting her sis
ter. Mrs. Dave Finlev, of llevnolds.
Jako Glazier has gone to Iowa,
where he expects to remain for the
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Simmons are
visitintr the former's mother. Mrs.
Miss Edna Finlev and Mrs. Henry
Thompson have returned home from
Quite a number of youn-r people
from EdgiDgton attended church in
our village Sunday eveniDg.
Messrs. John (friffen and William
Boney have gone to Oquawka. They
expect to work in the button factory.
I he people of our village gave a
donation party for Rev. Marshall, of
the U. B. church. Fridav evening,
Andrew Simmons moved the house
hold goods of Messrs. Joe Simmons
and Milton BulTum across the river to
Buffalo, and from there thev will be
moved to near DeWitt, Iowa.
FIRST TO GROW ORANGES.
Jesuits In JrotlBCed Thru lata t nw
The orange of Louisiana is an excep
tionally fine variety of that fruit, and
commands a good price in the market.
e 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
parishes 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.
Aue orange culture in .Louisiana is
probably the most profitable industry of
the state under favorable conditions, a
f nil grown tree producing from 3,000
to 0, 000 oranges, the fruit on the trey
generally selling for $10 a thousand.
and as some of the largest orchards in
the statu yield as many as 3,000,000
oranges thir market value gives a
princely income to the owners of the
trees. Comparatively a very small acre
age of the state is devoted to the growth
of oranges possibly not more than
The sweetness, delicacy and juiciness
of the Louisiana orange, the liest of
which are regarded in the markets out
side of Louisiana as superior to even the
oranges of Cuba, 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 tlib supply is not by any means
equal to the demand. rew Orleans
TAYLOURS AND SMYTHS.
' Former Parliamentary Privileges.
The privilege cf freedom from arrest
enjoyed by members cf parliament is
confined to civil matters; but, since tbe
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 tbe
characters in his first novel, "Vivian
Grey," that "the only way to keep him
out of tne bouse of 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, COO aud for whose
arrest a warrant was in the bands of
tbe sheriff, avoided imprisonment by
purchasing a seat for oue of the old
"rotten boroughs" in 1S07 for the sum
of 1,000. In another case an Irishman
named Bourke was cou lined in the
King's Bench prison about 70 years
ago in execution for acon&iderable debt
His friends got bim elected for an Irish
constituency, but he never entered the
house. On his release after election
he fled to the continent and remained
Again in 1825 the year before Dis
raeli published "Vivian Grey, " a man
who was in prison for debt was returned
for Bererley, a small English borough.
aud was forthwith released on a war
rant issued by Mr. Speaker. It was a
case in real life of from tbe house of
correction to tbe house of commons.
term. A. I is'.'
.Icsci'ti I llua-.
l"i:l l:e notice is hereby t-ivcn lo the sa'U
llrr.ru-llu M. Kener that a writ of attucL
nifuilv.mil ii.li I the itu-e of the a le k of
I lie ireuit court of nock Klund ouutv. dated
ihe Hib d:v of March. A. 1 l.v. at the' suit of
the said Jsei! I liu -n and Niraitisi ih -estate
ofthesaidll nriettu M lleuser for I b sum
of twelrc hundred a-il eik'biy-ci.bt dollars
uoil twenty cents. iin ci tl to the b. nT of
said Hock Inland to nty. wbU-h sa d wrlib.s
been returned executed.
Now. therefore, un'ess you. the sahl Ilenri
et'aM. Ht-nscr shall iersonally be aud rie-r
liefore the said ireuit court of Ifo. k Island
eou hi v on the tirst dy of tbe next term thereof
be holden at tbe eou t house in the city of
If-M-k IslHDd. In said coi-nfy. on tbe first day of
Mitv. A. I. isvw. cive seeial hail and plead to
t hi-sal plaintiffs action, juilttnrnt will le
en cred apainst you. and in favor of th.id
Joseph L. Haas, and so much of tbn property
ausi'tiiilsttuav Ik sufficient to sat tsf. said
judi-ment and costs will be sold to satisfy tne
GbiRki W. GAunut rlerk.
"itKi.t-s nrriHU llainMZ s Attorney.
Msrch JWh. A. U. IW.
stste of Illinois. I
Kock Island county.
In tbe circuit court of said county, to the
May term. A. D. IWAt.
Carl J. Mueller vs. William Fenruson. Simon
Jesc A- lxter. Lucr A. Matlock.
Mans C. Uultou. fame Cunininifs. George
Affidavit of non-residence or Maria C. Hut
ton. I r,ie Cutnminirs and Ceorse Matlock,
defendants In tbe above entiUed cause, havinn
Ih-cb tiled in the clerk somce mi tbe circuit court
of sajd county, cot ice is hereby -riven to the
sa d noo-resident defendants that the com
plainant bled his bill of complaint in ssid
court, on tbe chancery side thereof, on tbe
Isth day of March. A. IV Isyn. and that thereupon
m summons was issued ont of said court,
wherein said suit is now pending, returnable
t the brst Monday in the month of Msy
next as is by law required.
Now unless you. the said non-resident de
fendants above named, shall personally
bo and appear before said circuit court
on tbe first day of the next term thereof, to
be hold en at kock Island in and for tbe
aid county on the first Monday in May
next and plead, answer or demur to
tbe said complainant a bill of complaint, tbe
same and tbe matters and Uiins therein
cbanred and stated will be taken as confessed,
and the decree entered against you aocorUinf
to the prayer of said biU.
(ivaua W. Gambik, Clerk.
Bock Island, nitnols. March I. IrtOU.
M. Km ST ft Mrtaiar.
Complainant g Solicitors.
She Thontflit She Did.
He Do you love me well enough to
become my wife?
Jsbe I think I do, but I must have
all tbe money I want, and 1 must al
ways have my own way, and go when
and where I want to, and come homo
when I please, and stay away when I
please. Yes, I think I really do love yon
well enough to marry you. Boston
Tnlklna- to at Invalid.
A physician, in an article illustrat
ion tbe evil custom of talking to an in
valid about his pains, says that oncu he
requested a mother to mark a stroke
npon a pap r each time that sbe at-kcj
n sick daughter how she was. The next
day to her astonishment she made 109
frtrokct". A three mouths' visit away
from borne was prescribed.
Uisroveretl by a Woman.
Another frreat tliscovery has been
made, and that too bv a lady in this
country. "Disease fastened itsclutch-
csupon her. and for seven years
three months 6he couirbed nice
March 25 Charlotte Buford to Joel
Bales, si sw y7, 16, 4w, 1 acre sel
nwj and nwj ne and nej nw 31,
16, 4w, $6,000.
27 Dora Bruhn to John Konoskv,
si lot 3 and 4, nl lots 5 and 6, block
43 Chicairo or lower add., Kock Isl
March 27 John Hofcr bv heirs to
Herman Hofcr, sej 25, 17. 3w, ej no1,
36. 17, 3r, part nwj 31, 17, 3w,
28 M. V. Nokas by master to Rock
island .Mutual Building, Ix.in & Sav
ings Association, loc 1, block 2, Col
lege Hciirhts add.. Bock Island. $700.
James X. Spivev to II. W. Barley
and J. S. Bailey,
ne J r. is.
e, the undersigned, do hereby
agreo to rciunu tne money on a dU-
ccnt bottle of Greene's Warranted
Syrup of Tar if it fails to cure your
cougn or com. v c also guarantee a
25-cent bottle to prove satisfactory or
horst vox kokckritz.
C'bronic Rheumatism Cured.
Dr. II. B. Hettinger, IndianaiKlis,
Ind., says: "For several months after
spraining my ankle I was severely
afflicted with rheumatism. I linally
tried Dctchon's -Mystic Cure' for
rheumatism, and in four days . could
walk without mv cane: two inittles
cured me sound and well. I take irr cat
Second avenue. Hock Island, and Gust
her. and for seven years she rvu n.esou.man.iweu. i take gr
Ml its severest tests, but her r.Ieasure in recommending the -Mv
gans were undermined and uif' to allwl.oareanlicted w,thrh
seemed imminent. For ti.m." Sold by Otto Grotjan 1
santlv. and could not sleep. She csioecouu street.
finally discovered a way to recovery, i u uur011:
bv purchasing of us a bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery for consump
tion, and was so much relieved on
taking tirst dose, that she slept all
night; and with two bottles, has been
absolutely cured. Her name
is Mrs. Luther Lutz." Thus writes
W. C. Hamnick & Co.. of Shelby, N.
C. Trial bottle free at Hart & Ulle
niever's drug store. Regular size
50 cent, and $1. Every
Have Sou Had the Crip?
V m as
ii vou nave, vou proimoiy neeu a
reliable medicine like Foley's Honey
iu im iu utiai vuur iuiilts utiu Biol)
the racking cough incidental to this
disease. Foley's Ilonev and Tar
Cough Medicine is unquestionably the
best remedy for tbe throat and lungs.
Pleasant to take and is guaranteed.
We have saved many doctor bills
since we began Using Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy ia our home. Wo
keen a bottle open all the time and
dis- I whenever n V (if mv f.llllilv nr nieaolf
- I e v i j j j - -
, .... , l l. . . . .
eases leel a gradual out steaiy loss oi i oegin to caicn t-uiti we begin to use
strength and vitality. J hey Bnouldl the Cough Remedy, aud as a result
lose no time in trying Foley's Kidney 1 we never have to eend away for a doc
Cure, a guaranteed preparation. I tor and incur a large doctor bill, for
CbambcrlainTs tougu liemedy never
Not one child dies where ten laiis to cure, it is certainly a niedi
formerly died from croup. Teople cine great meiit and worth. D. S
have learned tbe value of One Minute Mearkle, General Merchant and Farm-
Ccagh Cure and use it for severe lung er. Mattie, Bedford county. Pa., For
ana throat troubles. It immediately t saie dt an aruggisis.
They Were the Commonest Trades
In tbe Thirteenth Century-.
The manufacture of leather in the
thirteenth century soems to have lieen
important, showing that leather jerkins
and breeches were commonly worn. We
have 19 skynners, 40 barkars, 6 &id-
delers, 3 cordeweners. 167 souters.
(.snoematers) ana o glovers, ine 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 taylonrs nnmber 407, of
whom 140 are called by the Latin name
of cissor. In addition to 201 smyths.
several are specialized. There are two
amsmyths, three lokesmyths, three
goldsmyths, five fferours (shoeinj
smiths) and six xnarshalls (farriers).
The wryght wrought both in wood
and metaL The numlxr catalogued is
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 orkwryght mado the great arks or
chests in which the clothes or meal
were stored, and we find a plowwryght.
a wheelwryght, two shippewryghts, 1 1
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 or Egypt.
The bakesters are few (15), suggesting
that families baked their own bread.
There are 26 butchers (fieshower. bocher
or carnifex), whence Labouchere, 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.
inland of Santa Catalina. Suddenly out
of the summer sea a flying fish the
humming bird of ocean flashed
athwart .our bows and then, not a dozen
yards distant, the waters parted and a
huge tuna, in its resplendent livery of
blue and silver, swooped with indescrib
able strength and rapidity upon its
quarry, catching it. mirabilo dictu, in
midair. In a fraction of a second the
deed was done. The ocean, recording I
the splash of the leviathan, rippled ap
plause, and oui question pattered like
hail upon the somewhat hard under
standing of our boatman, a son of Alsace.
"les, he said, his white teeth in
curious contrast to a lean, bronzed face
"yes, messieurs, that is a tuna, a 200
pounder, at least 1" Pall Mall Gazette.
The Flnnkinac Movement.
No battle plaus have been moro gen
(rally used than the flanking move
mcnts intended to overwhelm one end
of an opponent's fighting line, to the
great and probably fatal weakening of
the rest of his position. Tbe Confeder
ates nsed theso tactics iu tbeir most suO'
cessful battles of the civil war, aud it
is worthy of notice that their attacks
which were particularly daring and
successful were almost invariably made
against tbe 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 grouud and
were still advancing, wnen trcsn con
federate forces fell on the regiments at
tbe right end of their line of battle.
The historical stampede that followed
was an uniortunate out periectiy nat
ural result. "Tho Unlucky Right
Wing," by Gilbert Tompkins, in North
Wet aafd 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 bealtny
glow and general activity of the organs.
In additiou to this, it is probable that
some cf the evil "humors" of the body
rany bo dissolved out through the pores
of tbe skin.
All this ia healthy, provided the sys
tem can withstand the shock and the
heat is kept in by blaukets outside the
sheet. In the case of damp sheets, bow-
ever, mere is no stimulus, ana mo oooy
merely loses heat in absorbing tho mois
This loss contracts the surface vessels
and drives an excess of blood back upon
the internal organs. Addod to this dis
turbance of the blood circulation thcro
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.
iioinK Dosd Hill.
People suffering from kidney
Smoke One With Sle.
"Do you smoke T" asked the middle
aired man. "You didn't two months
ago. You oughtn't to smoke, my boy;
yon 're too young and not strong look
ing. ' Then the elderly adviser started
to light a cigar. "Have a cigar T" he
said absentmindedly, as he scratched a
match. The young man took the cigar
and bit off the end.
"These are very mild," ended the j
speaker, presumably for the benefit of
his conscience "very mild, and won t
hurt you any. " New York Commer
stops coughing. It never fails. Fori
ale by T. IL Thomas, A. J. Reiss and
Al. r . Bahnsen, druggists.
EdacataToar RewsU With Caeearota.
Candy Cathsitlc. ears constipstioa forever.
,irac u t v. i-.isu, aroggtsurtiooa
Boat Tassers Sail aaa Tsar Lift lwir.
To quit tobacco easily and forever, be mu
aetic, lull of life ae vo sod vbror, take No-To
Baa. tbe wonder- worker, tfeat makes weak men
i strong. Ail drucKista, Me or li. Cure tmaraa- j thankful for. Now, mine are crying for
owwct ou vvujpiv im. soansi l i i t, ), i.i t : t
eterlinf Kerfied Co, Chicago or Htm Yora. w",uuul. iju .-
Capacity or St. Paol's.
As many as 30.000 people have lxvn
accommodated in St Paul s cathedral,
but that has been with temporary gal
lflies, etc.. erected. On festivals only
between 0,000 and 7.000 people find
seat". At an ordinary service about
4,fi0 people will make the cathedral
lool: quite fulL
Two Points of View.
"My children," said tbe poor man
sadly, "are crying for bread. "
"Which shows." replied the rich man
coldly, "how much you have to be
Bishop Buffalo Bill.
A rather good 6tory is told about
Bishop Doane and another member of
the Episcopal house of bishops from tho
middle states, who is fond of a joke, as
many cf tho venerable gentlemen of the
church are. Bishop Doauo addresses Jus
colleagues with whom be is on especial
ly familiar terms by 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 ha
wrote a letter to the other bishop refer
red to and iu signing it used the term
William of Albany" instead of his
name. His correFpouaent promptly ro-
plied to the letter, and in bis answer j
'It is really too bad, bishop, that
you ore not or tno wosicrn aiocese or
your stato instead of Albany. If you .
were, yon might very appropriately
sign yourself 'Buffalo Bill. ".
A Stronir Combination.
"Your mother agrees with me exact
ly, Johnny," said bis father, proceed
ing to trim tbe twigs from a tough
switch. "Sbe thinks with me that yon
need a good trouncing, and you aro go
ing to get it, my son."
Yes, " bitterly exclaimed Jobnny,
"you and maw always agrees wh?n it
comes to lickin me. You and maw's
the whole thing. I dou't never bavo no
show. This fain'ly's run by a trust!"
His More Durable Costume.
The tall savage seized the newspaper
which the waves catt upou the tropic
strand and eagerly perused it.
Clothing," he exclaimed, coming to
the advertisements, "is us cheap as
But not so durable," urged tho
stout savage, who was notoriously in
clined to be benighted, not to tay reac
tionary. Detroit Journal.
'I want you distinctly to understand;
Emil, that when your colleague's wifs
has a new h&t I want one too."
"Calm yourself, my dear. We've set
tled it between us. You re neither of
you going to get one." Fliegeud?
Followed by Heart Disease. Cured by
OR. MILES' HEART CURE. -
SnCXTS, of Wlntersct, Iowa,
Inventor and manufacturer cr
Shults' Safety Whlftletreo Coupling,
writes of Irr. Miles' Heart Cure. "Two years
go an attack of LaGrlppo loft rne with a
weak heart. I had run down In flesh to
mere akin and bone. I con Id not sleep lying
down for smothering Fpells; frequent sharp
dart!ng pains end palpitation dosed a con
stant fear of sudden tirath. nothing could
Induce ine to remain away from home ovr
Bight. My local physio'.aa prescribed Dr.
Miles" Heart Cure und in a few days I was
able to slaep well and the pafrss trradailly
lessened, end finally ceased. I reduced tho
tho doses, having trained fifteen pounds, and
am now feeltng better in every way than I
have tor year3."
Ir. Miles' Remedies
are sold by all drug
gists under a positive
guarantee, first bottle
tcnoEU cr mor.cy re
funded. Book on dis
eases of the heart and
nerves free. Ad.lrrso,
. DR. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart. Ind.
Torn A. Marshall
1 .a r
Are, 1 11.
Alpha, I IL
Columbus Je, lows.
Cedar Kopld.s Iiws.
lie.i Moine. lows.
Fort Mittiiorm, Iwa.
CIT1FX JMO TfiiVAL 5 A T ABOUT
Moll i.e. liL
l..t. VUt-ai l, lows.
Isew 1V. Ion, III.
Kbw VI:ui!ir, 111.
North l!tuutr:Hu, IU.
1'oi t Uymu, 111.
l'ruirii City, liL
IUh-s lHllUld. IU.
lioj nolilti, 111.
Swan Crook, 111.
HI. Aui;uMuj-, III.
Teylor Kiaue, I1L
1 loin. 111.
V.'nUiiit Ororn, III.
W'o.-t Liberty, lows.
Vutes CiLv. IU.
Beauty Is Uppermost
Is the work of the Rock Island
Steam Laundry. By modern
methods and careful and skilled
help their launcry work is the best
that Is turned out in this vicinity.
Their services is prompt and pa
trons are treated with courtesy.
ilovii iHland 1 en 111 Iaun.ry
BAUEESFELD & SEXTON
1314 Third Ave. Telephone 129$.
Boose, Iowa, Dee. 11
No tongne can tell what I hsve endured
in the psBt 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. After the first dose I began to foel
better and have had no psin since.
MRS. GRACE LAMPHERE.
Wine of fiirdui not only cures but it acts AT ONCE. Here is a case
of ten years' standing, and yet one single dose made the sulTerer 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 Rives 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 tnmgsoi me
past the obnoxious custom is no
longer necessary. Wine rf Cardui
is the only perfectly safe and sure
vegetable Wine made to-day for
the cure of female troubles ".
IAOIES' ADVISORY BEFARTMEXT.
For art vice In ram rffinirinir nrmi
dlr'M-tionn, a1triui, pi Tln nympintn,
l.rtl.' 14. Imt; Th.l 1IATT4VOOO
iMHiiasiu. i:nauanooKa,.l nn.
Druggists sell Large Bottles for Sl.OO.
"A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSE
FUL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
ONE TRIAL COTTLE
This Offer Almost
An Z iter ml Tonic Applied ti tbe
Skin. BeaatiliesUasby Maeic.
THE DISCOVERY AGE
A Woman was the Iareator
Manyrrjrtif)ti ntnf1l U Itvmnttff tb eomr'zion bT failed. r.ine thej do not pmdoro a
tonic ifcH-t on Iho skin. Hcn U Mmtm Haira (Jomplzion Tonic ha aacti an rffrxrt. it
KncsM whet- all m-ra rorn-irc invanahl fail. Thia art riuilyr diKavTi j tha Mimm
Had. ihe bmmni etn,lxton teialwta. of No. m tiftb Avnaoa. Nw York :tf can-tea olf all
impnrtt mts, whtrh th Wwl forr t ttirn morltcm of tha IhmI. ft ia exh.larat in and Tilnliina
MiMavr apliod. iTockltf. yuuyi, tiackneadii. molb patclm wnnkkt, hrr aitota. ronfflinr,
vmnvM nq rupU'n dtfMiprear ana llxo a.m be
cornet -ft eod roay 11 a btl y i.
Tde MiMDi Hfli will thm month ri alt who
call at trtmr parlor. a frne tn.il txtttla of thnr 'm
ptvaioa Tonic TboM who live at a fiatnri ma
iiareafrea bottle by eetirline; ronta in ailrr or
atampa to cover tne cot of pckins; and delivering.
Tha price t thie wonderful tonic ia One Iullavr a
The aliaeaa Vlrs new booV. ltecret of TVaaty
fa aetit fre. It tetia lior a woman cen fleam end
keep ffooU com pie a ton, bpectal cnaptera on Uie
care of tbe hair, how to preeerve ita color and
luaire. eveti to an advanced ace. Aw how lot-t
rid of auperfiaotia heir on I he neck end arpta with
out In lory to the akin. Thia eluahl book will be
' railed toMx addreee on reiaeau CorroapuDdecica
i eordiailjr aolicited. Aidros,
THB HISSES BELL. 75 Fifth nvesne. New York City.
"The Misses Bell's Complexion Tonio, Complexion Soap, Skia and l-'ouil
Dejilo are for sale by all druggists. " ,