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Correspondence solicited from erery town
ship In Bock Island county.
Wedxedat. April 19.
Senator IIuau will be 75 when hi
term in tbe Lniteu States senate ex
pi res in 1901. -
Andrew Cakneoie has given $1,
760,000 for additions to the public
library, art library and music ball at
I'ittsbursr, to which institutions his
former contributions have amounted
to orer f7.000.000.
NtH' Jersey haa lpn ilninrr a wpll
in the truut-fosterine line as Dakota
has with her divorces. The corpora-
tion lees at tbe very low hgure
charged in New Jersey amounted to
over 125.000 in the month of March
alone. This will pretty nearly pay the
expenses oi me state.
The composite work on anti-expan
sion which has been named "Republic
or J-.mpire? will shortly be published
by a Chicago no use. It is edited by
William J. Hryan, Senator Hoar. An
drew CarnegicCarl Schurz and others
and will represent the Philippine ques
tion from the most complete stand
point of the anti-imperialists.
The bill passed by the last Illinois
legislature appropriating f 250,000 to
pay the Illinois volunteers lor tbe
Spanish war the difference between
state and federal pay from the time
they assembled in camp until they
were mustered into the service of the
United States is now a law, it having
b-en signed by the governor yester
Kmpkhoi: William has in a most
graceful and becoming manner shewn
hi friendship and good will toward
the United States by sending to Presi
dent AIcHinley a bt-autiful and artisti
cally executed copy of a memorial
containing a history of the christian-
lty from the birth of Christ, in coin
memoration of the consecration of the
Church of the Savior at Jerusalem last
October, which the enjeror attended
The memorial bears the autographs of
the emperor and empress. The pres
ident has sent suitable acknowledg
In the cities and towns in Illinois
where municipal elections were held
yesterday the democrats gave a good
account of themselves. At Joliet the
entire democratic city ticket, to
gether with four out of seven alder
men, was the result. Col. Bennitt,
commander of the 3d Illinois regi
ment in the late war, and who went
over to the republican party and was
taken up by it this spring, 'being de
feated on the head of the ticket. In
"Laugh Out, Oh, V'
'. Murmuring Spring.
; It is the time to laugh, for
it is the year's fresh prime; alt
nature is purified and ready
for a carnival of growth.
Sensible people nou do the
same that nature does aim
to be purified, and for the
same reasons. They use that
marvelous blood pur ifie r.
Hood's Sarsaparilla, that
Its work and worth are known world
wide as a household medicine.
Nausea "Vomiting spells, dizziness
and prostration troubled me for years.
Had neuralgia, crew weak and could not
vln'p. My age was against roe, but Hood's
Sarsaparilla cared me thoroughly. My
weight increased from 125 to 143 pounds. I
am tbe mother of nine children. Never felt
so well and string since I was married as I
do now." Mas. M. A. Waters, 1529 33d St,
Washington. 1. C.
Pimples " Headaches, nose bleed and
pimples made me so weak that I could not
work. Hood's Sarsaparilla gave me pood
sleep, strength, and cured me." Atrurs
M. KHBurrRArr, West Fayette Street,
Syracuse. N. Y.
Eczema-" We had to tie the hands of
oar two year old aon on account of eczema
on face and limbs. No medicine eren
nelped until we used Hood's Sarsaparilla.
whirh soon cured.': Mas. A. Vaw Wtck. 123
Montgomery Street, Paterson. TC. J.
Dyspepsia - Sn.Tered everything but
dealti for year with dyspepsia. Nothing
relieved me until I took Hood's Sarsapa
rilla and it made and kept me well, can
eat anything 1 wish." Mas. Eroasg
MtraruT. Hull's Mill. Danbury, Conn.
nuninnii owe Aiier worrying lour
months i irave my children Hood's Sarsa
parilla and it cured them 4 running sores.
Hood's Pills aired me of dysprpsia and
constipation. Ma. Katk K. Thomas, SI
Oovernor t.. Annapolis. Md.
Hip Disease-" Or running sores on
my hip radsrd me to use crutches. Was
confined to bed every winter. Hood's Sar
saparilia saved my life, as it enred me per
fectly. Am strong and well." Assib
Kobebt, 49 Fourth ft Fall River, Mass.
1 3fcct& Sa Uabaiftc
H"T PW rwn nr III, lb son IrrttatHtc aae.
V- ..n-y cib.rtre to ffcf with HwA; Srpr1U.
Peoria the results were close, but the
democrats held their own. In Otta
wa the former democratic attornev
general of Illinois, Manrice T. Malo-
nev. -was elected mavor. The labor
towns of Streator, Pana and liraid-
wood the latter for the first time in
her history went democratic. Ster
ling also elected a democratic mayor
for tbe first time in her history.
Prominent among the other cities in
which ""democratic victories were
scored were Freeport, Waukegan,
Lincoln, Alton, Carthage, Charleston,
Car mi and Jersey ville.
Fifteen United States naval heroes
are in the hands of Philippine savages
witn fates that can only be conjec
tured, but which, judging from the
experiences of the Spanish prisoners
not yet recovered, possess the pos
sibility of being too horrible to con
template. And this is one of the tor
tures, tortures that cannot be com
pared with death upon the altar of
freedom, that the administration has
offered as a sacrifice to the "currents
of destiny." The redemption of
these brave Americans from the natives
who ambushed and captured them
while they were on a mission of mercv
to their late foes who were suffering
the same fate that they have fallen
into, will probably be as difficult and
uncertain a task as tbe moral redemp
tion of tbe precious subjects that this
country purchased for so much a head
as one of tbe self-assumed penalties
for having driven Spain off the west
The press in certain sections of Eu
rope has already begun to twit the
course of the United States in recall-
in? Gen. Lawton to Manila after his
victorious invasion westward. These
newspapers are disposed to treat the
incident as an evidence that the ex
pedition, although signally victorious
on its face, served to demonstrate that
the insurgents are nevertheless uncon
querable in tbe face of the forces sent
against them, and that no matter how
many of them are slaughtered as
many are on hand to take their places
as fast as the Americans move on, and
that only practical extermination of
tbe natives by a force many times
tbe size of that now at ' (Jen.
ULis command will insure per
manency to our accomplishments
n the islands. Meanwhile comes the
news from Washington that President
McKinley has decided upon a course
f conquest of the islands by other
means than force, there can ue no
Jevelopment in the colonial experi
ment proposition that will weaken the
coutidence of the American eopie in
(Jen. Lawton, no matter how little
faith they may have in the cause that
las sent him there, llie American
people Know thatdeu. Lawton iseverv
nch a soldier, and every inch a gen
The Rights of the Reporter.
The Kansas Citv Star has its own
iew of the scope of the privileges of
the reporter, as the following indi
"Inasmuch us newspapers furnish
the medium throdgh which tbe people
learn what is going on, they occupy a
public position which invests them
with the duty of obtaining and print-
ng the news, tne newspaper re
porter is, in fact, a representative of
tbe people, and when he seeks legiti
mate information he is exercising a
right which noonecan properlv ques
tion or deny. He pursues his calling.
not with any purpose to meddle or in
terfere in the affairs of others, but to
discharge a plain obligation to the
Many otherwise intelligent per
sons do not seem to understand that
it is quite impossible for any one man
to defeat or hinder the work of a pub
lic journal bv refusing to recognize
its reporters when they are seeking to
exercise their proper prerogatives.
Nothing can exceed the absurd pre
sumption of the individual in charge
of affairs which are of interest and
concern to the public who turns down
the newspaper reporter and interferes
with the performance of bis duty.-
The person who takes upon himself
such unwarranted authority does not
harm the reporter and newspaper so
much as he barms the public.
For example, a newspaper re
porter has as much right on a wreck
ing train' as the officials of the rail
way, lie goes on the noors of tne
legislature because he is as properly
placed there as the representatives
themselves. All institutions which
are created and supported by the peo
ple and which touch their common
welfare must, according to the mod
ern order of things, be subject to
public scrutinv. and the newspaper
reporter is entitled to be present and to
see and ask questions without hind
rance or evasion."
A Narrow Caeape.
Thankful words written bv Mrs. Ada
E. Hart, of Groton, S. IX: "Was taken
with a bad cold which settled on my
lungs; cd,ugh set in and finally ter
minated fn consumption. Four doc
tors gave me up, saying 1 conld live
but a short time. I gave myself up
to my Savoir, determined if 1 conld
not stay with my friends on eartn, l
would meet my absent ones above.
My husband was advised to get Dr.
King's New Discoverv for Consump-
ion, Coughs and Colds. I gave it a
trial, took in all eight lottles. It has
cured me. and thank God I am saved
and now a well and healthy woman.
Trial bottles free at Hartz & Ullemev-
er's drur store. Resrular size 60 i
cents and fl. Guaranteed or price'
Sean Tabao Sylt aaa SmU Tear Ufa Awij.
To rait tobacco eaaily aad forever, be mae
Belie, rail of life bo ve and visor, take No-To
Baa, uie wooder-worker, taat makea weak mea
Btrooc. All dragsiata. SOe or fl. Care eoaraa
teed. Booklet aad sample free, ddreae
Merlin Beaedr Co., Catcaco or Jrw Yocfc.
JOTTINGS ABOUT JOSLIN.
A Batch of News (lathered In the Cpper
Joslin. March 111. Miss Emma!
Schafer is teaching her second term
There was considerable scratching
in Zuma township at the last election.
The W . C T. L. held a meeting at
Mrs.' S. S. Beat's Friday afternoon
Ira Wainwright is hauling his oats
to Moline and is getting 32 cents per
Hiram Cox. who has returned from
Nebraska, will now settle down upon
Mrs. Vandeburg, who has been suf
fering so Ionir with rheumatism, has
called in Dr. Johnson.
Miss Rica Brandt, of Zuma town
ship, visited with friends in Port
Byron Thursday last.
Mr. Butzer. of Hillsdale, shipped a
carload of oats from Joslin. He paid
26 cents per bushel
The subscription list now shows that
over fyOO has been subscribed for the
uew church at Joslin.
Tuesday last F. E. Crompton had a
very interesting hair dav s visit with
Judge Searle, of Rock Island.'
It is now contemplated to move the
united Brethren parsonage upon
the same lot that the new church will
The assessor is around and there is
a sort of 9-days' wonder with regard
to the new method of assessing, some
claiming that our taxes in the future
will be higher, while others think
that less property will escape taxa
tion. Consequently the farmers'
taxes should be less. It is claimed
by some that a farmer's indebtedness
can now be deducted from the as
sessed valuation of his property
But on the other hand, our treasurer,
Pleasant F. Cox, has instructed the
assessors that no deductions are to be
made from tbe assessed valuation of
land upon any consideration what
In Korea dnrinpr the whole of the
marriage day the bride must be as mute
aa a statue, if she says a word, or even
makes a sign, she becomes an object of
ridicule, and her silence must remain
nnbroken, even in her own room, though
her husband should attempt to break it
by taunts, jeers or coaxing, for the
female servants are all on the watch for
such a breach of etiquette as speech.
banging about the doors and chinks to
catch np and repent even a single utter
ance, which would cause her to lose
caste forever in her circle.
This custom of silence is observed
with tho greatest rigidity among the
higher classes. It may be a week or sev
eral months before tho husband knows
tho sound of bis wife's voice, and even
after that for a length of time she only
opens her month for necessary speech.
With the father-in-law the custom of
silence is still more rigid, and the
daughter-in-law often passes yeafa with
out raising her eyes to his or addressing
a word to him. In Bulgaria a month's
silence is imposed, on brides nnless
specially addressed by tbe husband.
Wanted Her Money's Worth.
Bridget Rafferty had served the best
years of her life as a cook, and now that
she was "wearin awa and an opera
tion became necessary ehe harlghtily
declined to go to a ward, but took one
of tho best rooms in the hospital. The
operation was successful, but the patient
was allowed very little food. During
her convalescence she made frequent
use of the electric bell at her bed. The
nurse would fly to her, to be greeted
with some trifling question or the re
mark, "I only wanted to know if yon
As such frequent nse of her bell sug
gested to the matron on that floor that
the nurse was neglecting her patient.
the nurse remonstrated, and received
the following unique explanation :
"Well, you see. miss, here I am pay
ing $30 a week, and I'm not seeing any
thing, I'm not bearing anything, and.
miss, I'm not eating anything. So I
just ring the bell to get my money's
worth, and. anyways, I enjoy hearing
it ring. San Francisco Argonaut.
2Io Diamonds For Her.
Here is a story from The Bookman,
told by Rudyard Kipling. His father.
John Kipling, went to pay a visit to
an Indian rajah who was about to bring
home a queen. The elder Kipling had
been engaged in the decorations of. the
palace, and its owner showed bim the
gifts of stuffs and perfumes he had pro
cured for his doming spouse. The rajah
also sent for his jewel caskets and asked
Mr. Kipling to assist him in selecting
the gems to be included in the marriage
gifts. They were of extraordinary 6ize
and value, such gems as are seldom
seen except in the east, and to the artist
the selection was a pleasure. Finally
he lifted a wonderful diamond, one of
the choicest gems in the collection, and
said : " x on ehould send this. No wom
an could resist it." The rajah looked
up, caught it and held it jealously to his
breast, then, slowly replacing it in
the casket, answered. "Nay, such gems
be not for women."
For Over Fifty Tut
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the crnms.
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
Pneumonia, la grippe, coughs, colds.
croup and whooping cough readilr
yield to One Minute Cough Cuie. Use
this remedy in time and save a doc
tor's bill or the undertaker's. For
sale bv T. IL Thomas, A. J. Reiss and
M. F. Bahnsen. druggists.
Arnold's Bromo Celery cores head.
aches; 10, 25 and 0 cents. Keiss'l
drug store. .
Subscribe lor Ths Akqvm
Andalusia, April 19. Misses Cora
Schneider and With Stropes spent
Sunday with the latter a parents, Mr
and Mrs. Stropes.
Miss Josie Strohmeier spent a few
days in Rock Island last week.
Messrs. Charles Haves and Ira Buf-
fum were in Rock Island Mondav
- -Miss Zoe Britton is visitins her
father, John Britton, in Rock Island
Miss Jessie Fitzsinimous, of Milan,
visited Mrs. A. W. Smith last week.
Mrs. Peterson has returned from a
visit with her daughter, Mrs. Caster.
The supper last Thursday at Mrs
Charles Burgovne's, eiven bv the
ladies of the Baptist church, was a sue
. Mrs. Freeman, of Rock Island, spent
a lew days with her daughter, Mrs.
Airs. Clara Davis returned home
Sunday from Reynolds, where she had
been visiting her sister. Mrs. Dave
Gained Their Point.
- In describing the bombardment of
Monro Castle at Santiago during tbe
Spanish-American war a war artist who
was in Cuba tells how he and some
newspaper men managed to attain a
point of vantage near the Texas:
A few days previous a rival newspa
per dispatch boat, the recipient of cer
tain courtesies with "which we had not
been favored, had been carrying minor
telegrams to the flagship from one point
or another, and she was in the habit of
sailing in among the fleet, with an air
of importance and displaying the sig
nal, "We have dispatches for the ad
This, of course, preve he vessels
of the fleet from making her come out
side and enabled her to approach the
flagship to deliver her commnnications.
Before leaving Port Antonio we had
taken in a large supply of fresh fruit,
including bananas, so it occurred to one
of our very alert and original newspa
per men that we should hoist the sig
nal, "We have bananas for the Texas
on board. " .
This we acted upon, and our vessel
was allowed to glide in without inter
ference, until we reached the Texas.
Once alongside. Captain Philip hailed
us with delight, accepted our little gift
and told us that a bombardment was
very shortly to take place. We thought
ourselves in great luck at receiving this
news and made outside the lines, keep
ing as near to the squadron as we were
In tho "Memoir" of Lord Bramwell
is a telling illustration or the tact that
reputation clings tc us, even after many
years. The great jurist as a little lad
became a pupil at Dr. Reddy's school,
where the late Baron Channel!, thrc
years his senior, was head boy. .
i Channell read for tho law. and the
two school friends scarcely met again
nntil. years afterward. Mr. Channell
held a brief in a certain case at Maid
Consultation with the solicitors
showed a flaw in the pleadings drawn
by them. It was of a 6ort which in
those days would prove fatal to the
case. The solicitors could only nope
that it would not be discovered.
'Who is against us?" asked Chan
"Oh," was the reply, "a Mr. Bram
well. Nobody ever heard of him be
'Then, gentlemen," said the advo
cate, "we're dona I was at school with
that gentleman. "
He was right. Bramwell was too
clever for them, and they were "done"
Handling? av Cobra.
When I went to the sailor, he held
in his hand a very old and ragged rice
bag. He said. "I've got a fine stinging
fellow here for you. " I asked what he
meant, so he opened the bag and showed
me one of the largest and fiercest look
ing cobras I had ever seen. I obtained
a large fish globe, into which I told him
to drop the serpent, bag and all. and
then secured the top. I asked him bow
he became possessed of this dangerous
"Caught it among some timber,'
said he, "on board a ship at Blackwall,
juet home from India. " "And how did
you get here with it in that old rag?"
Well." said he, "I took the train from
Blackwall and the omnibus from Fen-
church street, and he (meaning the
snake) was quite quiet all the way. "
What do yon want for it?" "Ten
shillings and my expenses. " Which I
paid. He asked me if I would take an
other if he caught it. as he had seen
one larger than the one he had brought
with him. Bartlett's "Wild Animals
In Captivity. "
A Qneer (?) Medicine.
There is a medicine whose proprie
tors do not claim to have discovered
some hitherto unknown ingredient.
or that it is a cure-all. lib is honest
medicine onlv, claims to cure certain
diseases, and that its ingredients are
recognized by the most skilled physi
cians as being the best for kidney and
bladder diseases. It is Jr oley's Kidney
Pneumonia is one of the
srerons ana latai diseases.
results from a cold. Chamberlain's
Cough Kemedy will quickly cure a
cold and ierhaps prevent an attack
of pneumonia. It is in foct made
especially for that ailment and has
become famous lor its cures over a
large part of the civilized world. It
counteracts any tendency of a cold
toward pneumonia. Can you afford
to neglect your cold when so reliable
a remedy caa be had for a trifle? For
sale by all druggists.
lta Izi Ya Raw ktwijt Baa
To Those Sufferlnc From Coughs, Colds,
Bronchitis, Catarrh, Pnenmonias
In order to prove that the new
germicide, Hyoiuei, is a positive cure
and sure preventive of the above .dis
eases, we have engaged the services
of an expert emploved in the labora-l
tory of the K. T. Booth company, who
will give free treatment and explain
the different methods of using Hyo-
mei in the various diseases which 4t is
guaranteed to cure.
. All are welcome: no charge is made
for treatment or advice. Come daily
until you are convinced that llyomei
is the'lirst and only treatment which
can destroy the jrerms causing dis
eases of the respiratory organs. Free j
treatment begins Monday, April 17,
and will continue one week.
r ree samples of the ".New germi
cide" to all who request them.
Harper Hucse Piihrmacv.
Rock Island, 111.
Sciatic Kheamatlsm Cared.
L. Wagner, wholesale
Richmond, Va., says: "I had a fear
ful attack of sciatic rheumatism, was
laid vp almost two months; was for
tunate enough to get Mystic Cure for
rheumatism. This cured me after
doctor's prescriptions had failed to
have any effect. I have also heard of
fine results from others who have
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second
avenue. Rock Island; Gust Schlegel &
Son, 220 West Second street, Daven
A Ileacon of lfope
To those afflicted with kidney or
bladder diseases is Foley's Kidney
Beauty Is Ulood Deep.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your o!ood and keen it clean, by
striing up the lazy liver ana urivmg uil im
parities from the body, lie-in to-day to
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking'
Cascarets, beauty for ten cent. All drug-
gKta, satisiaction guaranteed. iJC, lAte-
If ARPERS THEATRE
Direction of Stevb F. Milucr
Sunday, April 23.
II If; lit
The Beggar Prince Opera Co.
The smartest and bKjrhtest of them
all. Kauris City Times.
The best of all comic operas.
Prices 75c, 50c, 35c and 25c.
Kntlre lower floor 7?.c
First row In baicony 75c
Next - rows in luilcouy 5H5
Los-3rows in balcony Hftc
Sale of seats at Bleurrs jewelry store
opens Friday. April 21. l'hone 4S3.
Umber The Direction Of Cmambeaum tunot fcCo.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Sunday Evening, April, 23.
Of the Season.
I'm French You Know,
Prices 25c. 50c
and 75c. Sale of seats at
Best Dining Car Service.
ObIj Depot Id Cb!cag9 en ,bi oersted Loop.
Mcs Nerverine Fills
iiXrrri; all nervous
Jff I Z (Unmet of tiw.
6lL:.?. L-rt-ttr generative ow
lltloii AND Ail til tSUSO. mm nf f,e
sex. Kich as Nervous Prostration. Flinv n
lost M-nhood, Impctencry, Nightly Emis-
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Are always selling the best goods at the low-sst prices, simply because
they thoroughly understand how to buy and are always giving their cus
tomers the benetit. We wish to call special attention to our line of cof
fees. Having completed a contract for several thousand pounds of differ
ent grades, each grade to be roasted especially for us and shipped a- we
need them, you get a freshly roasted coffee unsurpassed in quality at
bottom prices. Note the following quotations:
Our Golden Rio at 15c
Our N. & L. Santos Pea Insrry 20c
Our N. & L. Imperial 25c
Our N. & L. Java 28c
Our N. & L. Java & Mocha 83c
Let us also quote you
Schepp's shredded cocoa
nut, per pound 12c
Mixed nuts, 3 pounds 2oc
Buttermilk soap, per bar. 7c
Enameline stove polish ... 7c
Rising Sun stove polish.. 6c
Heiuz's sour pickles, per
gallon 17 J c
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3 pounds of jelly.
Honey Drip syrup.
Sorghum, per gallon 35c
Good rice and raisins, per
Canned peas, 5c, 7Je and
8 for 25c
patent nour, per
Garden seeds in bulk.
Twentieth St. 'Phone 1090.
DR. J. K. WALSH.
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ly Burfreon-ln-Chlefof St.
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quickly ana permanently cured by our advance
tho Womb. Ovaries. Bladder. . Kidneys.
Nervous Debility. Piles. Exhaustiv
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cause of Nervous Debilitv. Whv treat
a permanent cure In seven days by our painless
Consult the Best First.
1310-314 Twentieth Street.
Four Per Cent Paid on
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