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THE AUGUS. WEDNESDAY, APRLL 10, 1S99.
"Saved Her Life."
wwns. JOHN WALLET, cf Jefferson.
JVS Wii., than wbom none U more LIshlj
p-teemed or widely known, writes.
"In 1S0O I bad a seTcre cttock of LaGrippc
end at the end of four mouths, in sjitcof al!
physicians, friend and grooU nursing could
do, my lun?s heart and nervous system were
so completely wrecked, my life was de
spaired of, my friends giving me np. 1 could
only sleep by the nso of opiates. My lungs
and heart pulned me terribly and my cough
was most aggravating. I "could not lie In
one position but a short time and not on my
left siilo at all. My husband brought mc
Lr. Mil-s' Nervine ond Heart Cure and I be
gan taking them. When I Lad taken a half
bottle of ear h I was much better and coctln
uin persistently I took about a dozen bot
tles and wrts completely restored to health to
tbo surprise of all.- BTCJ
Dr. Miles' J Corned lc
a sow ujr an urus- BO-Miu.
guarantee, first bottlu
benefits or money re- ERetOT
eases of the h art and V7 yif
oerves free. Adriress. IfTftT fili TlriaWitA-ft
UU. MILEd MEDICAL GO, Elkhart, lnd.
How to be
Fix up a nice home, select the
girl of your choice, set a nice
table and always be pleasant
and courteous and buy your
from KKELL & MATH. This
receipt is guaranteed in every
instance or money refunded.
A desert L't for a juceii can
lie enjoyed from our delicious
bakery "goods. Uur
Pies, Loaf Cakes,
Fancy Cakes, Macaroon?,
Pure snd Healthful Bread,
Rolls and Cream Pies
are relished bv the most
jaded palate. We cater to
the most f:ttidious that ap
preciate line Bakery Hoods
and bread Si u fid.
KRELL S MATH,
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Ave.
M.ike vour p;irtv or di'intr a sm-cevs by
bavine MrtlCK ICK t'liKAM for
dcierl. We deliver lu
Many things there be
that a man doesn't
"care a continental
about." But it is not
so with this cigar. It
must be good, and to
get it good he must
buy it at a store where
they know good cigars
and keep them.
There are two places
where " satisfaction "
can always be found.
In the dictionary and
The Palace Cigar Store, Bengs
BREACH OF PROMISE
Viscount of Warwick Awarded
$100,000 Damages Against
Marie Leona Templeton.
MOCK TRIAL AT HARPER'S THEATRE
An Artlntle Performance Presented Last
Night I'nder the Aaiplclea of Sjt
van Court of Honor A JiealUtle Scene,
Judge, Jorr, Attorney. Witaeaae. Etc
Fraternal Concrm of Irlll Teams.
A jury at Harper's theatre las
night decided that one hundred thou
sand of the coin of the realm was not
more than suilicient compensation to
heal the wounds inilicted niton the
heart of the Viscount of Warwick by
Marie I-con;i Templeton. Of course
this was all in the play, a mock
Breach of Frouvise Suit," staged un
der the auspices of Svlvan Court of
Honor. The performance was an ar
tistic .success and was en joved bv au
audience that comfortably lilled the
theatre. It was riven under the able
direction of Mrs. Mae Jacobs
The court scene was complete and
realistic. Hon. William McEniry,
presiding, was every inch a judge.
Iirm and dignified. tJcorge . tam
ble olliciated as clerk of the court aud
II. D. Blakemorc was in his custo
mary place at the reporter's desk.
W. J. Hanson was slier i IT.
Martin Olauder (Viscount of War
wick) was the ireiitlcman whose af
fections had been trilled with to the
tune of 100,000. Mits Helen Kei-
iners (Miss Jeona Jcmpleton), ap-
tieared in the role of defendant. J be
witnesses were W. B. Mclctyre (Jacob
lSiimmelnieister), 1. J. Cary (Mr.
Jloolcy), Mr. Li nd vail (lawrence
Kwiott), Mrs. Vashtia Bollnian (Mrs.
Barbara Templeton, mother of the
defendant), and Miss Anderson (Miss
Ldowenabomnierville, intimate friend
and constant companion of the defend
ant). The testimony of the witnesses
was highly interesting ami cntertain-
ng, the deruian and the Irishman
f in nisliiiiir no end of amusement for
the audience, it beiug very dillicult
for the attorneys to make them under
stand their questions. I he plamtitl
was represented bvM. M. Sweeney, ami
II. M. McCaskrin defended. Eloquent
xddrcsses were made to the jurv after
the evidence had been all submitted.
The jury, composed of I). F. Krell, J.
II. Alott. i. Ia. AUars. ueorce Kvan.
ieorge Strnehle. S. J. Norris, Frank
Caned v. Dr. B. F. Hall. Charles Wamre-
lin, (i. K. Scott and (ieorge Saunders,
returned a verdict awarding the plain-
irr fioo.ouo damages.
A feature of the entertainment was
the fraternal coiijrrexs of drill teams.
Those participating in thi9 were Com
pany A, Cellar Camp. M. W. A.. Dav
it port, !vlvan Court ol Honor team.
Indies' Aid society. Sons of Ve'.erans,
Naval Reserves, Uoval Neighbors,! In-
dejiendcnce camp No. 26, M. W. A..
Prof. Oppenheimer's wand drill team.
fraternal Army ol America, I rof. t
Ladv penheimer's dumb bell team.
Jl.icfslws, 1 ncahontas council.
Little (Jertrude Davis sang Kismas
Childe" very sweetly. Bletier's or
chestra furnished music.
April 17 John Clapp to
HolTinan. i) A . n el and e J nwj
Nicholas Peters to C. J. 11.
lot block N, Waterman
1 Jcanette D. Chapman io
O. Keid, e.'. wl n K5 feet lot 4,
IS. old town of Moline, 4,250.
Mahala Bunnell ct al to Charles
Blanchard ct al, wl, nwj, 1, el ne,
2, 10, part frl sej 3.. 17. aiv, $1.
Amanda E. Powell et al. to Charles
Blanchard ct al. wj nw 1, el nej 2,
10. part frl se1, 36. 17. iiw. $i.
John B. Cornwall to Moline Central
Street liailwav company, s GO feet n
120 feet lots y and 10, block 2, Wood's
Second add., Moline, 1.1U0.
Moline Central Street liailwav com
pany to W. L. Velie and others, s 00
feet, n 120 feet, lots, i and 10. block 2.
Wood's Second add., Moline, lots 3, 4
and 5, block K, Pro-pect Park. 3,000.
Hans Kuehl to Sherman Hartsock,
el, lot y, block , Atkinson's Second
add., Moline. 1.000.
Andrew O Bnen to Sherman A.
Cartwright, lot 2. and w 5 feet lot 21
block 1. Carbon Cliff. 100.
A Refreshing Style.
The art of quotation requires deli
cacy iu practice. An already famous
firm has originated and developed
nto very promising advertising a
mass of old and quaint proverbs. We
refer to Messrs. C. I. Hood & Co.. of
Sarsaparilla fame, who are using not
onlv our columns, but those of thon
sands or our contemporaries. in
adapting wise saws to their service by
clever and practical turns. It is re
freshing to see' something new and
bright in this line. Clean cut argu-
nient is better than big display type.
Shake Into Yonr Shoes
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the
feet. It cures painful, swollen, smart
ing, nervous feet, and instantly lakes
the stingoutof corns and bunions. It's
the greatest comfort discovery of the
age. Allen a rooi-r-ase makes tight
6V new shoes -easy. It is a certain
cure for sweating, callous and hot.
tired, aching feet. Try it today. Sold
by all druggist and shoe stores.
mail for 25 cents in stamps,
package free. Address, Allen S.
tea, lxilioy. - i .
Edmle Tour Itowela With Caaearata.
Candy O&thaitie. cure connupatioa forever.
10c, 25c U CC.C.Iail,lrttKiui rtluad .
TWO FURNACES ARE CLOSED.
Sylran Steel Company DlsmUnes a Number
of Km ploy ew.
Thirty or morexif the employes of
the Sylvan Steel company have been
let oat as a result of the concern's
determination to abandon the two
steel furnaces installed a year ago for
the purpose of testinsr whether it
would be feasible for the plant to do
its own billet-making. The furnaces
were only 5-ton affairs and were en
tirely inadequate to supply the mill.
Whether the abandonment of the
plan of making steel has any bearing
on the length of time the mill will be
run can uot I determined. Ifthccom
pany has to buy its billets from the
trust, a stockholder in the company
savs it is likely the local mill will Ie
J he stockholders of the company,
at a meeting, voted to dissolve the
corporation and to become a member
of the trust. A stockholder said each
holder of common stock in the Sylvan
company would secure one share of
common and one share of preferred
stock alternately in the trust for the
shares held in the Svlvan. The com
mon stock is nuoted at 40 cents on
the dollar and the preferrei at $l.0.
THE FIRST CAME SUNDAY.
Hock iHland to I'lay a Dubuque Independ
ent Team at the Local 1'ark
Manager Harry Sage has completed
arrangements for the hrst exhibition
irame of the season on the home
grounds. It will occur next Sunday,
and the Itock Island boys will hive
for their opponents a team of inde
pendent players from Dubuiiue. A
line attendance is anticipated.
Dilly Botenus, lirst base, Buffalo,
N. Y. : liichard Closson, second, Des
Moines; Jack Hart. Swea Citv. Iowa
pitcher: crank Alberson, Washing
ton, Iowa, pitcher, amllimOKouike,
Amherst. Minn., third base, have ar
rived. All the players are on deck
now except Ijcwis. lielder, and Dooin,
catcher and fielder. They will be
here tonight or tomorrow, it is ex
Here is the line-up of the Uttumwa
club: Pat Flaherty, manager and
first base; Ed Behan, second base;
Frank M. Wilcox, third base; Mike
O'Connor, short stop; liichard J. Cro-
er, center held; Marty Alctjuaid, left
field: Noonan, right field and change
catcher; Thomas Stanton,
Anthony Gallagher, W. H.
William Brown, pitchers.
Hon Ernest Mueller, aged 67, died
of paralysis at his home, 16 miles
north of Davenport, last night.
Mrs. John O Connor was called to
Fountain City on account of the death
of her mother, Mrs Michael Fitzger-
ld. The funeral occurred at that
place this afternoon.
t iiiier.il services over the remains
f Hugh 11.. the little son of Mr. and
Mrs. II. A. Johnston, were held at 1 1
'clock this morning at the home on
Twentieth street, llcv. I. W. Allen
Jr., of the Central Presbyterian
liurch. oiuciated. 1 here were many
beautiful llowcrs. I he interment
was at Chippiannock. The pall bear
ers were K. . Spaulding. 11. J. (Jar.
ienicr, i.eorge lee ami Alva an
Aerepted the Amendment.
Joseph Jefferson, at a dinner in New
York, xaid that when called npun for a
curtain ftieech in New Haven Billy
rlorelice once delivered himself thus
"It is hero ami to yon, ladies and fen-
iieineii, inai i owe my present snccefs
ia my profession. Wo knew each other
when boyn and ?irls. Wo played mar
bles together nnder the shadow of tho
old church, and now to receive this
warm welcome from old friends what
can I say ? Simply that I never can f or-
pet the people ol Hartford. A man in
tho front row said, "This is New Ha
ven, Mr. Florence." 'I mean New
Haven, of course," said Florence
Some Year After.
lie Do yon remeuiber the night I
proposed to yon T
She es, dear.
"We sat for one hour, and you never
opened your month.
"Yes, I remember, dear."
"Believe me, that was tho happiest
hour of my life. " 1 onkers Statesman.
"The trouble with him," said the
young man who had been trying to fit
tingly describe an acquaintance, "is
that when he dipped into the sea oi
knowledge he thought he brought up so
much that the blamed thing went dry.
We, the undersigned, do hereby
agree to refund the money on a 50-
cent bottle of Greene's Warranted
Syrup of Tar if it fails to cure your
cough or cold. We also guarantee a
25-eent bottle to prove satisfactory or
iiobst vox koeckkitz.
Uraln-O firing Keller
To the coffee drinker. Coffee drink
ing is a habit that is universally in
dulged in anl almost as universally
injurious. Have you tried Grain-O?
It is almost like coffee, but the effects
are just the opposite. Coffee upsets
the stomachy ruins the digestion, af
fects the heart and disturbs the whale
nervous system. Grain-O tones up
the stomach, aids digestion and
strengthens the nerves. There is
nothing but nourishment in Grain-O.
It can't be otherwise. 15 and 25 cents
Are the most fatal of all diseases.
Foley's Kidney Care a guaranteed
remedy or money refunded.
The prevailing opinion seems to be
that J.he lurtle is tne funniest
adaptation from the French that has
ever been seeii in this country. It
ran for many months in New York
City, at ISrady & Ziegtield's beautiful
Manhattan theaWre, and was produced
with a cast never before equalled in
point of general excellence. The same
brilliant company will give life anil
vigor to the entertainment when "The
Turtle" is seen in Davenport Sunday
evening at the Durtis. Some of the
principals are Isabelle Evesson, Jennie
Kci Marin. Ada teaves, Marion Hallou
Lillian Coleman. Signor Perugini
(jeonre Holland. Louis Imhous, Hud
son ListouUlric Ik Collins and Koss
The Ileggar Prince'" opera, which
comes to Harper's theatre next Sun
day evening, April -'o, is one of the
best comic operas on the road, and
carries a full chorus of trained voices
A FAST FIGHT EXPECTED.
Meeting of Tommy ICyan aud Hilly Stift
at Davenport Tonight.
Saengerfest hall, Davenport, will le
the scene tonight of what it is pre
dicted will be one of the most inter
esting ring contests ever witnessed in
this section. It will be between
Tommy Uyan. champion welter weight.
and lillv Stilt, the Chicago middle
weight. X he men are oooked to go
20 rounds, to a finish, at 102 pound
atiit s menus look uixm tuc ngut as
the Chicago man's opportunity for an
enviable ring reputatiou. btift cor.
tainl v looks trained to the moment. To
night's contestants have met once be
fore in the squared circle. Kvan was
i warded a decision at the old Ualterv 1J,
Chicago, two years ago after six rounds.
Uyan is generally looked upon by
critics to have a mortgage on the long
end of the purse, and is hgured by
some to win before the end of the
limit. On form he should, but form
Iocs not always count in listic en
counters, and especially between heavy
hitting men like Uyan aiidblift. 1 lie
latter has shown himself game in all
of his ring battles, ami can strike a
harder blow than the average middle
weight. His footwork, however, is
Uyan excels in footwork, but if
Stift can get Tommy to fight from the
drop of the hat and at close quarters
he may be lucky enough to land the
deciding blow. The latter will most
likely, however, fight a slow, cool
light, taking no chances of stopping
one oi otut s pile-driver wallops
Stift will force the lighting from
the start, and if Ryan keeps out of his
way the Chicago middle weight ought
to bo all worked out and ready to take
a licking after about 10 or 12 rounds
Manager Leonard, who has hungup
a purse of 1,500 for the winner, says
he has accommodations for 5,000 peo
ple at the hall, and all - can bank on
getting a seat, whether they secured
their tickets in advance' or not.
Boats up. 11. J. Wheeler, II. C
Brock man. Pilot and Verne Swain;
down, Verne Swam and Pilot.
It is expected that the steamer Wey-
crnauser will start tonight for Still
water to tow down her lirst raft.
The stage of water at the Bock Isl
and bridge at 0 a. m. was 7.00, and
at noon it was 7.05. The temperature
at noon was 65.
The Dubuque, one of the iineens of
the Diamond Jo fleet, after lieing
thoroughly overhauled, will, it is ex
pected, start from St. I .on is on her
initial trip the first of next week.
I. Ir. Long, of 1 A Claire, is engaged
in building a boat for the clam fish
ing industry. It consists of two
boats 23 feet long, built p.irallel. le-
ing connected at each end by a plat-
Iorm, leaving a space between the
two boats about six feet long and
three feet wide. I he total width to
the outside of the two boats is 12 feet,
the depth is 32 inches. The dredge
or scoop is a strong steel frame cov
ered with heavy wire netting with
steel teeth attached in such a manner
that when the scoop is in operation it
acts as a rake, and scoops up every
clam in sight.
Since the death of Capt. Joseph Lu
barge, who died a few davs ago at the
age of 83, Capt. Strother Wvlie claims
the honor of being the oldest river
man in St. Louis. He is 82 year3 old
and naie ana nearly.
Didnt All in I re American Children.
An American lady in Berlin bad oc
casion to talk to her hostess about
American children. "I have read of
them, " said the German woman proud
ly. "I have of them in English read. I
have two stories ead that I might
know. I do not wish to go to America.
I have read 'Peck's Bad Boy' and
'Helen's Babies." AchI I stay by the
German children so!" New York
A Itamnoo nrldee.
A British consular report from the
far east describes a suspension bridge
of 300 feet span made of tamboo. The
cane ia split up into fibers and twisted
together to form the cables. Consider
ing its span, the material of the struc
ture is quite remarkable The eld tradi
tion that almost anything can be made
out of bamboo receives here a good il
lustration in the field of engineering
A well known professor sars that
over a large area of central Russia the
magnetic needle does not point north
or south. It is in one part deflected to
the west, and at another part to the
ea.-t, and at one pliice it points due east
T Car Consttpattea Forere.
. Take Cascarats CanUr Cathartic. 10b or So
It G, O. C fail to can, aruggisu refund nxjacjr
PAY FOR THE VOLUNTEERS.
Cot. Tanner Approves the I-aw Appropriat
It will be welcome uews to the bovs
of Company A to know that (Jov.
lanncr has approved the law appro
priating f 2a0,OOO to pay the men who
enlisted for the war with Spain the
difference between state and federal pay
for the time between their assembling
at bpriogtield and their muster into
the United Slates service. It pro
vides for the payment of all who vol
unteered for service whether accepted
or not. tiov. lanner stated that he
would take the responsibility of see
ing that the money was expended lirst
to pay the members of the National
Guard regiments, and after tlmy had
been paid, the balance of the fund
wouid le distributed among the vol
unteers outside of the state service.
CATARRH OF THE STOMACH.
A Ilcanant. Simple. Safe Uat KITeetual
Cure For It.
Catarrh of the stomach has long
been considered the next thing to in
The usual symptoms arc a full
or bloated sensation after eating, ac
companied sometimes with sour or
watery risings, a formation of gases.
causing pressure on the lungs and
heart and dillicult breathing; head
ache, lickle appetite, nervousuess and
a general played out and languid feeling-
I here is often a foul taste in the
mouth, coated tongue, and if the In
terior Oi the stomach could le seen it
would show a slimy, inllamed condi
The cure for this common and ob
stinatc disease is found m a treatment
which causes the food to be readily
and thoroughly digested before it has
time to ferment ami irritate the deli
cate mucous surfaces of the stomach
To secure a prompt and healthy di
gestion is the one necessary thing to
do, and when normal digestion is se
cured the catharral condition will have
According to .Dr. Harlanson, the
safest and best treatment is to use
ifter each meal a tablet, composed of
Diastrse. Aseptic l'epsin, a little Nux,
(lolileu Seal and fruit acids.
The tablets can now be found at all
Irug stores under the nameof Stuart's
jyspepsia J aitiets, and, not being a
patent medicine, can be used with
perfect safety and assurance that
healthy appetite and thorough diges
tion will follow their regular use after
Mr. N. J. Booher, of 2710 Dearborn
street, Chicago, 111., writes: "Ca
tarrh is a local conditiou resultin"-
from a neglected cold in the head
whereby the lining membrane of the
nose becomes inllamed and the poi
sonous discharge theretrom, passin
back into the throat, reaches the
stomach, thus producing cataVrh of
the stomach. Medical authorities
prescribed for me three years for ca
tarrh of the stomach without cure,
but today I am the happiest of men
after using only one box of Stuart's
Dvsiicpsia Tablets. I cannot find ap
propriate words to express my good
feeling. I have found flesh, appetite
and sound rest from their use."
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is the
safest preparation as well as the sim
plest and ui -st convenient remedy for
any form of indigestion, catarrh of
the stomach, biliousness, sour stom
ach, heartburn and bloating after
Send for book, mailed free, on
stomach troubles, bv addressing the
F. A. Stoart Co., " Marshall. Mich.
The tablets can be found at all driv
SalnH UrratcHt Need.
11. P. Olivia, of Barcelona,
Spain, spends his winters at Aiken. S.
C. Weak nerves had caused severe
pains in the back of the head. On
using Electric Bitters, America's
greatest Blood and Nerve Ilemedy, all
pain soon left him. Ho says this
grand medicine is what his country
needs. All America knows that ft
cures liver and kidney trouble puri
fies the blood, tones up the stomach,
strengthens the nerves, puts vim, vigor
and new life into every muscle, nerve
and organ of the laxly. If weak, tired
or ailing you need it. Every bottle
guaranteed, only oU cents. Sold by
a t". Til "
uanz oi uuemeyer, druggists.
Itemarkable Care of KlienmatlMn.
Kenna. Jackson County, W. Va.
About three vears ago my wife hail
an attack of rheumatism which con
lined her to her bed for over a month
and rendered her unable to walk
step without assistance, her limbs
being swollen to double their normal
size. S Maddox insisted on my usinf
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. I pur
chased a 50-cent lwttle and used it
according to directions, and the next
morning she walked to breakfast
without assistance in any manner, and
she has not had a similar attack since.
A. B. Parsons. For sale by all
Have Yoo Had the CripT
If you have, you proktbly need a
reliable medicine like roley's Honey
and Tar to heal your lungs and stop
the racking cough incidental to this
If vou have piles, cure them. No
use undergoing horrible operations
that simply remove the results of the
disease without disturbing the disease
itself. Place your confidence in De-
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It has
never failed to cure others; it will
not fail to cure yon. For sale by T,
LL Thomas. A. J. Heiss and M. F.
C3 -V. ! i t S
Santa Clans or Anti-Washboard
rairbanks Gold Dust, this sale
Nice Pure Lard, this week four
Pure Jelly, 15 pounds in pail, for
Wash Towders, Perline, Gas or 1770, 2 for
Lion or McLaughlin's Packago Coffee
Best Parlor Matches, 12 boxes for only
Potatoes, 20 cents a peck, per bushel
Brooms at any price you want
A lot of Hoes, Hakes, Spades, etc., to sell cheap,
lot of pictures that will cost you but little money to
walls with. We undersell everybody in the shoe fine.
And men change with the times. Fine
merchant tailoring has advanced as an art
more perhaps than any other business
during this century. We are in the front
ranks and can we be of any service to you!
We Have All the Finest
Louis Hanssen9s Sons, U
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
213-215 West Second Street. Davenport, Ia.
Careful investors are invited to examine the merits of our new form of
bonds. They run five years and bear 6 per cent interest. The bonds have
20 coupons. 10 to pay interest, and 10 to pay principal. The interest and 10
per cefit of the principal are payable semi-annually. You receive 10 per cent
of the principal every six months, but continue to draw 6 per cent interest
on the ORIGINAL SUM for the full term of the liond, thus enabling the
investor to get an increased rate of interest on the investment. The bonds
are as absolutely secure as it is possible to make a security. Highest
efcrences from investors given. For full particulars address
ADLERT WELDON, room 12 Mitchell & Lynde Bldg or
305-9 No. 218 LaSalle Street Chicago. 111.
208-12 Keith-Perry Building
511-13 Century Building
842-3 Banigan Building
UNDER TWO FLAGS"
' A few notes regarding fall goods that can be found by looking
at this ad. Here are some prices we quote: Fall novelties
in Buits the prices range from $18, $20, 22, f25 and up. The
prices in the fall trousers range from $5, (5 50, $6, $6.60 and
upward. Come in and see our line line.
, Cheap Cash Store.
. . . .GROCERIES. ...
Soap, 8 bars for ,
from 10c to
We have a nico
1515 Second Avenue.
B. ZIMMER S CO.
Grasses That Grow For
of Fine Lawns.
6 Per Cent
Kansas City, Mo
St. Louis, Mo.
Providence, K. I.
made the best quality and
handsomest mattings tbatcome into
this country. The Chinese and
Japanese excel in the production of
superior 8trawmatting8, and wo
have the choicest of the latest styles
in inlaid and carpet cITects. No
germs find any resting place in
these cleanly floor coverings.
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