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THE AKQUB. THURSDAY, APRIL, 30, 1896.
- M m ts X3k m Tm - - BP 1 fiTii nirvirr rwKtcv we win give, i rre ui tt n' wu cuiiwocj -jfl who h purHiaw 50 WORTH OF t our More, an nf Vr ir.snr utvfal aitale ioeiitiond b-w, and which we have oo UiKfl.ijr In oiir west window. You ran take your choice. LIST OF ARTICLES TO BE GIVEN AWAY: 1 Ltl' Fhirt t b M tyl.-. uliu ib bf"t BCcVtol. 1 LdiV Wrapper - ... mi. uf fat rolo I Mrtt print. 1 t.i-i-.' W-t- .i t Jr (. riMice. IPfltOCofMl- , if i r lb? U.I SI eft.. . ICRiLa Pptrtm Corset on of iiw w.t t; cur i. I K.- Hiirh I)ut Corset IHn t.f t if in .1 t ciT.ft.. 1 Ecantiful Fan. 1 Lad-.js' Umbrella. fny handle. 3 pairs Lartiea" Hot, j! r-. .i. -i' !oJ hi-1. 0 Pn'-- T.'di'" tin--. It.-mi.-lorl , pU til bee!. 1 Pair J.j-ltM' S-Uuuoa Mous qinn re li'.ann O.oves. 1 LifiT Handlcwrohie Ail linen. f.mi euibrd-Urwd. Fine Purses and Carl Cases. 1 La:g Rng. '''"1 " 1 Fiu Leather Mutio Roll- 1 Fine Leather Collar Cuff Box 1 Fine Limp. You nerd im( buy tlie $10 wmtli at owe, I ml ran lave the amount uf jrnnr imrlia fnm 5 cviit upwtinl iiiw;licl nn ywnr tiokft, wlii.-h w fiin.lli, and wlirn ynur piirchavs rearli tin !iiiii of $10 you take jour prize. . jviiUU'UtioiJiiU W . i. 21 w. becond y niiifl Ens . . Will be produced, gentlemen, in the appearance of your feet after you put on a pair of these handsome tans we arc showing In Thrc Shades. Look at them before buing elsewhere. WRIGHT & BA.RBEB 1704 Second Ave. You Are Of those, perhaps, who never bou2ht from us. If so, you wiil never know how much you might have saved by letting us sell you your Furniture, Car pets, etc. We keep all grades. Can suit everyone. Can suit you, in style, quality and here's the most important item Prove it, did you say? If you live within 20 miles of Reck Island you have a neighbor who deals with us. Ask him, or better sti 1, ccme and see for yourself. That's easily done. You won't ask any further proof. G. 0. HDCKSTAEDT. 1109 and 1811 - - .Second avenue. , m. v rm isaa m m Tarn Tm rm a DRY GOODS GIVEN AWAY DRY GOODS W 1 SnltOfntu UnrlerVonr n'.trr lttt lii.lWi(;an, with best qnel Ur sateen band, and good pearl but tons, 1 Gebts' Umbrella. 1 f?t' Colored Laundered Shirt- 1 G4a'Yhit Ltnnderel Shirt HcM do'-lar shirt ciadu. 1 CJnt' Tonk NscK Tit Xtuti- uf splendid quality of brocadl .Ilk 4 Psir Oept Kom Jia fu foot, double i'ie, Herm.dorf dye. lO Pair Oti'' Half Hou V. t iio.ni Quality, ia bla' a, brown and bused. 3 tn'' H 'ndicurchfefs Atl lirn a kt.4 aiwtitcued 1 Tapestry Tnb'e Cover Friu.-eti. rann tlni.li. nvui patterns. 1 Lozen Napk!n3 is inch, all linen LrcH"' Dr";. Pa"rn Alfit 0 r.-irn. In warn d. Amml IbdiJ I'otnie and Zt'-ubyr King-bams. Burling Silver Penholders Sterling SHvar Paper Cutters. Fancy Hair Ornaments- uui. uuuuo uu. - M bt.. Davenport, la. One FOUR HAPPY COUPLES: John ic IMirtoi and Mlaa Karj nntobrtsk CaJtM tor Life. John R. Burton and Mies Marr Hulsbrink were married yesterday afternoon at SU Mary's rectory. Ths ceremony was performed by kcv. B. Baak. The attendants were Miss Ella Burton and Henry Hulsbrink. An appropriate observance ot the event followed at the home of the bride'd parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. HulsL.-ii.k, 723 Twelfth stroet. The biiJc is a TOULg lady with a host of P'iiaiDiance8 both here and in Dav enport. The groom is employed in tbu mntding department of the Kock Island Slove company's works and is an upright and exemplary young man, v. hose friends wiil hoe ftr a happy life for himself and ecwuinblo wife. Mr. anil Mrs. Bnrton will re side in South Kock Island. Kvdelrer-Arcltcr. The rccideDOe of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Wells inSonlh Kock Is'auJ. was the scene of a pretty weddinjj at high noon yesterday, the principals btsinjj liernard Kedeker and Miis Grace U Archer. Key. F. V.'. ilerrell, of the First Methodist church, olliciated in the presence of a company of rela tives aud fiicnjs. The ceremony was followed by a samptuius wed ding tpreud. "Mr. and Mrs. HeJekcr will take up imtuediatc residence in a cozily foruifhed home which the proom has provided on Seventeenth street and Eleventh avenue. Mr. It.Icker is a member of the lirtn of Ki;lt;l.er Eros , who rnn a brick manufactory in South Height?, aud a .utlemau in every way disserving of tbo lady whom he has chosen for a life companion. i:ril1io-Korb. Yesterday at St. Anne's church in Chicago occurred the marriage of Miss Mary V. Koaeh, of that city, and M. J. Grifiia. of Hock island. Clement Condon, of this c-Jty. acted as best man and Miss r.es;e Koaeh, sister of the bride, acted as brides maid. The groom is onerf tlyj most promising young engineers on .the Uock Island road, having for the past ycty been rnr.niug out of Colo rndo Springs. The bride is one of Chicago's fairest yourg daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Grillin arrrived here last evening and they will spend a few weeks before rnovirg ti their fu ture home at Colorado Spring?. The hapjy young couple have the best wishes of their host of friends. WrUM-nlmi-hler-llf nilchaen. William Weisscnbuehler and Miss Mary L. llcnricbseii, of i.':0 Sixth avenue, were married last evening at the Broadway Frcsbyteriau church parsonage by Kev. W. S. Marquis. Mr. Weissenbnehlcr is employed by tho Kock jfiand Brcwfng company aud his bride ia a well knawn ladv". TATI.OK HIDUK TOPII'S. Tavlok IIiiigk. April S9. Mrs. T. .1. Starkey spent Saturday and Sun day with hor nnnt, Mrs. Sam Taylor. Eal Se-er spent Sunday in "our town. Arthur Kuehl, of Milan, is spend ing a few weeks at Mr. Kirk's. (jnite a number of farmers are planting potatoes and some a.re nearly rendy to plant corn. Mrs. W. S. McCullough spent Sat urday and Sunday in Milan, and was also shopping in Kock Island. Mrs. L. D. Madge. Mrs. K. S. Kirk and Miss Lucy Dunbar attended the convuntion at the Enon church Sat urday afternoon. The meeting was very good ami some splendid papers were read by the young people. The roll of honor at the Kxclsitor chool during tho last month is as fol lows: jrnh Carnctt, Eva Fox. Mary Carothers. Winnie Kirk, Susie Fox, Laura Kirk. Milo Unker, Hubert Mil ler, Edward Webster, Oscar Dahlor, David Ziemor, (ilenn Taylor, Bert Webster, Joo G-irnett, Albert Fox, Frances Kirk. Fred Miller, Charlie Patterson, Eddie Brussel, t'hailie D.thlen, Willie Crout. Fay Taylor, Leonard Kirk. Jesse Crout. George Brunei, llattie Taylor, teacher. smith liKKinrs. South Hf.Jiwits, April 29. Sharp Silvia aud family, of Carbon ClilT, visited relatives here Saturday. Mrs. II. K. Walker visited friends in Milan Tuesday. irs. K. Lewis left for her home near Geneseo Tuesday, after a short visit with relatives here. Mr. Emory has moved his family into the Uhavcr hou?e, which was lately vacated by W. T. Drips and famiiy. Mr. and Mrs. George Wood came down frotn Dubuque Monday to at tend the funeral of John Bollman, who was an uncle of Mr. Wood. Kev. Winter and daughter. Miss Liilie, drove down from Hampton Monday and spent a thort time with the family of William Shioether. The Ladies1 Aid society met with Mrs. Aster Wednesday afternoon. On account of the rain a large number were detained at home who other wise would have attended. As it was there was a eood attendance and a very pleasant time was had and an excellent lunch was served, to which all did justice. MneklvB aiakia 8alv The bust salv in the world tor cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped bafcds. chilblains, corn and ail skin eruptions, and poitiviy cores pnes or no pay reoutrea. it ts guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Pri 25 oents per box. Forsake by Harts A Ullemeyer. He that resclv cpool a:: great ami po;d end has that ve ry rtsolntion ruled the chief . barrier to it--TryUi CivrVda. Subscribe for Tax Asats. FLOURISHES A REVOLVER Loals Fhilebsr Flars Indian on Second Aveaaa While Intoxicate!. Louis rhilebar created a furore ameng pedeatrians who happened in his path on Second avenue about 10 o'clock last evening by flourishing a revolver in a manner very much after the frontier style. One gentle man who came in pretty close con tact with the convince"- was Maj. J. M. Beardslcy. whose head Fhiiebar threatened to blow off. The arrival of the police probably prevented a tragedy. Every chamber of the gun was loaded. Fhiiebar was intoxi cated to a degree bordering on de lirium tremens. He was locked op. Edward Saley waived examination to a charge of burglarizing Conrad, Schneider s barn and was bound over to the circuit court under ?5'JU bonds by Justice Weld. Sherman Lange was taken to Mus catine today by Deputy Sheriff Harris, of that city. Lauge is wanted there for burglary. He came to Kock in December and was working for the Bock Island Lumber company when arrested yesterday. He has "a wife aud child on , Twenty-Seventh, street near bixtn street. ARE ALL IN A GROUP. The Prcaldentlal Neroea on Twentieth Street. Rock Inland presents one coinci dence in the matter of names of citi zens which has occasioned some com ment in the neighborhood, and that Is, that within a block on Twentieth are residents by the names of Lincoln. Cleaveland and Hayes.' while in the next block on the opposite Ride of the street is Jackson. There are other presidential names in Kock Island such as Adams, Graut, Har rison andJohnscu, but they are not so nicely grouped as the distinguished names mentioned. The WJchfdnesa of Sleeping. That idea was almost dominant ia re liftH.o.s society (JO years ago, and some times assumed forms which, if iot ririic nlous, were at le;lt quaint. It who, lor icFUo.'ce, lield to. bo wrong for any but tin: attl to sit iu e;iy chairs, not; as is bow vainly imagined, from any ignoraut idea as to tho injury dono to tlio fiacre, bnt bocaatin "lolloping" betrayed a blameworthy tendency to ease ami keif indn lyeiieo. That was tho origin also of tho extraordinary prejr;d:co against tak ing any extra sleep. The old knew well that sleep, when bleep is nut needed, ia to the yonns tbo most wcaribcmn of all obediences r' uevertheloss they believed that to wish to sleep more than a strict ly regulated time, which, according to modem hyuriKt.s was too ehort.was a mai cf slnps'sb self indulgence, and it wr.3 visited, therefore, with moral reprobation. ESidy rising v.'as cstrayan.tritly praised; not twanKvit lengthened tho-d.ij for tbo early risers wcut to bed early, but bc:r.u.ce i.t was' disagreeable, andFopio curious rnlrs of diet for example, ab. Etiueued from guar vrcre defended in Tart npi'ii the fame princiiJo. Wo have known girls cut off their curls avov. caly becaufe they were proud of thorn, and men go about In shabby clothes -because, ns they averred aud believed, it. was well by diii:i:iisfiiiicr comfort to promote se rious rcflectiuu. Loudon Spectator. Kandiyohl'a Premature Celebration. Wheu tho lato W. K. Marshall was governor of Minnesoja, a strong effort was niado to niovo tho r.tato cuiiital to t!io jcapltol lands iu Kandiyohi. It be came, au' i.-sno before Jbe .public in the cleefiou-oC- nienib'i'S to tho legislature, and as jsoou u tbo lesilature convened a bill was introduced. A lief a fiyht f ul lowcdl.Vesult.ing in thd passage of tlse meiiture thronph both bonsof. It was pl;iced on Governor Marshall's desk for signature. The residents of Kandiyohi beeatuewild over tliOEticcess of tlio bil!, and befcro tbo governor bad affixed his signature they came down to St. I'r.nl, engaged 8 or 12 oxen, attached thorn ail to a wajjon on which was placed a miui aturo design of the old capitol, under which was emblazqned iu largo letters, "To Kariuiyohi Comity. " -This vehicle was drawutbrongh Wabasha and Third streets,, Sr. Paul, and while tho people did not like it, they remained quiet un til tlio governor bad acted on tho bill. Iu a few boms a!rr the display the gov ernor vetoed the measure. The Kandiyohi bonii. r.s didnot have two-thirds qf the log'.-datare, end it was impossible to pahs tho bill Xer'the vcta St. Paul's cele bration followed. Minneapolis Jour naL She Headed nini On. We won't vouch for ir, but it is said that there is a yecng clerk iu this city who makes it a special hebby to fay bright things. But lie has met Lis match. A bright yonug schoolxuj'ani entered the store in which he works last Saturday and asked in a most innocent way for a bow. "lam at your service," replied the clerk. "Yes," said the young lady tying him cmst-Jy, ''but I want a white ouo. Dt a green one." Tbt u a Fenulchral silence fell upon him. Laugdon (N. D. . Courier-Dcra-ccrat. O. TTe Blind! If you could select the pure gold from the dross, the wheat from tbt chaff, the good from the bad, you would never make the mistake of tak ing any other remedy than Folev'r Sarsaparilia for blood disorders. Trial size, 50 cents. For sale at M F. Bahnsen's drug store. HonaaMekarf Finnbni. April 21 and May 5 the Mis souri, Kansas & Texas Railway com pany win sell tickets at very low rates to points in Missouri, Kansas anil Texas. For particulars address - H. A. Cbkbrikb. SIS Marquette fcldg., Chicago. BRIEF MENTION. Leaf lard at Gilmore's. The best broom Lee's Little Gem William Biaschke's steam tivs bouse. 1112 Fourth avenue. If you are troubled with tender feet or have large joints, Dolly Bros, catb fit you. CatSsh. river Sainton and buffalos at Kock Island meat market, 222.) roorth avenue. Fifteen dollars cash given away That's what you do whea you put f 100 into any wheel with the Majes tic at Sold by Charles Weill, Eighteenth street. --Repairing and bicycle sundries. Dr. J. A. Reid, of Davenport, was acquitted in his second trial in the district court of Davenport last even ing, ice charge being abortion. Other charges pending against the doctor will probably be dismissed. Tho Reorganized Church cf Jesus Christ of Latter Day Sain Is is to con duct a meeting on Market square to- signt, wnen an aauress win be de livered by Evangelist T. J. Sheldou on the subject, -The Restoration of the ixospel. J. W. Rogers, of Chicago, deputy suprenis chief ranger of Forresters will institute a com t of that order at G. A. li. ball. Eock Island, Friday evtniog. May 1, at 7:80 p. m. at a public meeting ina which all are in vited to hear the principles of the oraer. The ladies' endowment fund soeie. ty of Augustana college will give a fliay festival rnday afternoon for the benefit of the funrf. A program of npeccbes aud music will bo given which will be free. Ke- ircshments will oa 6crved iu toe afternoon and evening on 'Aon bill. City Editor Charles Eugene Banks. of the Davcoport Republican, has orougnt suit against the Kcpuohcau company for breach of cou tract. Mr. Banks has a contract with the com pany, lie has been of tecessity ab sent from his duties recently because of visional troubles. When he re turned to work be found bis services were no longer required. Hence the proceedings. The officers of the second batallion, Xavtl Reserves, of Moltne, leae for Chicago Monday, where they wiil participate in the election of a bri gade commander. The organization has never been fully completed, in so much as there has never been an oflicer in command of the two battal ions. Tho gentleman elecicd will no donbt be Lieutenat Commander E. N. Stedman, L. 5. N., retired, who lives in Chicago. . Weather Saying. The weather record, for April has knocked out all predecessors ' in point of high temperature attained. The maximum temperature attained iU the 20tb of fc3.4 degrees was the hig'uetit ever known up to that dato in the history of the "signal service bureau. Then there were two days preceding that when the mercury hovered about tho 80 degree point comfortable summer atmosphere. In the matter of moisture the month has sustained its reputation. , Talking abont our ancestors, here are soruo of tho old sayings to which they pinned their faith: Thunder storms iu April is the end of hoar frost. . After a wet April follows a dry Jane. A cold Aptil the Lara will fill. A dry April not the farmer's will; rain in Apr 1 is what he wills. Stio iu April is manure; enow in March devours. April cold and wet fills barn ar.d barrel. Apil snow breeds grass. Moist April, clear June. A cold and moist April fills the cel lar and fattens the cow. When April blows his horn, 'tie good for hay and oorn. April showers bring May flowers. When on St. George (24tl) rye has grown so k?h as to hide a crow therein, a good harvest may be ex pected. Illd You Krereea, Choot? Probably not. Iiiil yoa are IncttT If )oa have oavtr bc&n lure to ftics wild tUc toil Auud icci g estion. That imp ffom tve ncth riuoet hades subject bis tictlni ti nuah-r'.fj horror., among Item hifcrtburn. flatulence, heart palpita tions, hraiacUca. bill oatuva-, tr.kuo rcet. an J ulbers tliat we will not enumerate. L'm'.cttirV Siomich Hitters will drive away this mischief breeding sprite Tackle him With t'-c great cor rective at once. Malaria, ejnetipi.oa. kidney troabits, del liny, all jield tu lhi liidif re'm ely, wbich i ro rccie pa'iliatva. l it achieves diC'five rufbUg. For ovcr:o3ht norrcs and wrary brain this fire incdkiiiil rccapenint hib'ytobe recommend. d lis pure tpir.inoo? btei' is raniiii:d bf bo'aric Sinip'ca cf first rale remedial tflracy. VotlM tO tBa Public. Notice is hereby given that I have purchased J. D. Means' loase of the Itaslian farm. Said farm will be open for visitors Saturdays and Sun days till further notice. 'An admis sion of ten cents wiil be charged. All persons are warned nut to trespass on said premises under the full pen alty of the law. This farm is private prupcrty and not a public park or burying ground. II. S. Meiers. t nfortaaJkla People ere they who are afflicted with pim ples, boils, carbuncles, running sores, ulcers, scrofula, cancerous or syphilitic affections, or any other blood taint whatsoever, and "do not try a 5 J cent bottle of Foley's Sar saparilia. For sale at M. F. Baan t en's drug store. - Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. fH mm l w- mm i-,Wt Big as a p .1$ E! l HflWa The largest piece of jgood tobacco ever sold for 10 cents tereasyou vget of-other OlSn grades for 10 cents See the New Spring THE JXaTTHR AND 1714 Second Avenue. "ROYALS ARE LOYAL!" J1 ROYAL ICYCLES ROYAL LIMITED. - LADY ROYAL. ROYAL TANDEM. CONCEDED BY ALL THAT HAVE SEEN THEM TO BE THE FINEST MACHINE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY. PATENT SPROCKET ADJUST MENT. PATENT ADJUSTMENT HANDLE BAR, HEAVILY BEIXFORCED. WILSON MOLINE BUGGY CO., BICYCLE DEPARTMENT. Moline, III. SPORTING GOODS. BENNETT'S barn - door' i fJ w K. Style HA i S AND NEpKWEAR MEN'S OUTFITTER Glove Store 1 !'.! i . j l. i