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Hiaarrt. WedaPsJay, Dec. 8. TunUrt Appcarsact of U AbtoluU Utator. Catmpioa ct CatBtploit, Bob Fitzsimmons am irriaa YANEVIUE AXD ATHLETIC TO. iJ Laagkttr rroroki(f Acta IS lajTT"' T1r Umarmtrntm. llnxH Mwtia Ja'iaa. rr , Me, n aa4 H. A MOLINC UaSifht oat;, Monday Night, Dec 6. Il)jt A MoK Maile.I l'onJ Co. U fe? ri M 'lit' I 1 HOYT'S A BLACK SHEEP Writt U llojl'i Jollied ! WlltUl Vtit. tValngara rir' OR- I jurat M Mtiat Umnfm, Laant a4 nirrai i fWf a-w. T. W aa4 . ah aa a'a Fit. , n. v at t HMHKaia a tnt Mat, ranaa , JOBS VOLS & CO. a ChnoContaictor nouns smxoziui aaafartanm at (aak Aa4 aS liaa af vatt IMaiU fcrBaOla SidiAf, noorUf. WalitcMtlaf ta Stmt bat. 4U ui Ilk AraaM Croop. hor,Tti(; coufcb ami col Is are quickly albjcU and ianr DR. BEU'S HOIMEV Thi ttmotw rttpc1y will enrr n att.Tk f rTTn; in tltr 1 iri-.c i lakes l fiixl n Ulor. Y.?r home sIinnM hic it ic.viv the time (if Tirol. It isan !;ir.-l-rrmoly f.w all Lrticli::: a.: 1 lung alfrrtions. nfcl kf 4?arr t IV.. '1 t . - kntrk)f apnc:irvtrm r'l nt -n'.v 1 Ml wi -. t. r.-. . s i..". HANSGEN'S Cash Grocery 3:9 Twentieth St. 'Phone 1090. alingekr u' Tatent Flour, war ranted. ncriik $1.30 RriiBlatel Sncr. 19 pound... 1.00 550 5o 25o 5c 15c 25c 6c fic Cc 60 10c 8c S5o :5c I5c S5c 10c 25c 300 250 5c S5c narKtiU New York, twraark NaT ikaai, band picked. 6 I'JBIl ..... Scctrh pc. 6 na.rt Cora trch. r r pArkspc siarca it'Piia, 5 pocr.d k Rolled Oat. 10 DccnJs Cracker. aoJa. a pound 'miit a prua.J Near Mine Me at. a Darkaa . . Dates, a p)onl package 1 raoea, iaar vaaiornia, a pound . 7c Si and Haljlnj. new, a pound Pi reaches, 3-pcuod cans, S en Hed Cbrrrlcs, 4 cans Cora. 4 caas Tomatoes, now. 3 cina Salmon, 1 -pound cans 1 ieK.a. nadihji, a cuon flcklsa. Gherkin, a pallon Rock Island Scap. lobars Tg Noodles. 2 packages rati JsUr. 14 pounds Special Prices on Special Qualities. Calloo. Quart Ksa-EI Krf SI.99 ja KavKI Ihtarbiin l.yo .60 T.m-TA lefml Krr. 340 .fW Ess-KI Smr Wash a. to .w irnt Ivl lrn, 7 yeratold... 2.SJ .75 Conq Hollow. T jptrs old 5.S5 ,7J alt. Vfmon Kja 8 prtold.. 3 V) .pa I iurkftiMmrr, a jrears old. . . . 3.C0 .90 CWmr ClnN 10 rpara old 4.20 $1.10 Clarke's lift, bottled ia bond, l. 4a t a asm ttm 7 Seat cm Ua It wii fijec B vs. Rcii Estate, Insurance and Loans. ttoom . UltckaU A Lynda b'ng. TsIepioM 10CJ. LADIES to rxt OR.rtux lc esurs Sa!l?Pe22jrojilTPtttsat ia fSa ariaSral asd aaly FRCCCS. wn mian hm a tka aah -. i-nr. fl ant M BMaL ' -r Kit 5tJ? I Pak"Vi'i'kV I WaBMV 11 - 1 THE ABdOP. AMUSEMENTS. - The Holdefl CnmrT rnnmnt inn. eluded its engagement at Harper's voemire &aiuruaj evening. "Uapt. IIrne, U. S. A." was billed for pre ssntation. bat on account of tha ill boss of F. J. Brinkburst. one cf the leading men, who, it was explained by Manager Holden, waa confined in his room at the Rock Island house, threatened with cnecmonia. tka piece could not be given, and it was J J...a . uaciaea tnst ine onij way out ol the difficulty was for tha comnaav to turn in and give a variety entertain. menu a.i not satisned with the plan were privileged to leave and bare their monev refunded. Rnt all remained, and a rollicking and en. jjaoia cuieriainment was Riven. Ine comtanv has rona in niintnn. Mr. Kritkhurst having recovered lufficicnt.'j lo accompany his asso ciates. "A M( ht ia New York" was pre srnted at Harper's theatre last even ing by Nellio Mclienry and com Pan?. Miss McHenrv ia a inllv. chipper and entertaining as ever, . . i. 1 . . nu tua peopie supporting ner arc up to the avcrago. A email audience saw tho performance. Hoyt's musical comedy, "A Black Sheep," ij to be prcsonted at tho Au ditorium at Moline tonight. Cars run to Rock Island after the per formance. Robert Fitzsim Carson City, and the man who stands .t it. I ... ... at tuu neaa 01 ine woria 8 great pu gilists, is booked for a performance at uarper'a theatre edncsday even in c. Tbu attraction, luuilsi tha champion, is composed largely of vaudeville act?, asme of them tho most expensive known to tho variety or music hail stages; not the thread, bare, kill-time acts, comnokimrman ct the attractions labeled vaudeville. seen in tho past. Nelson, Glinsen. sotti and Demonio, aerial grotesques; Tbco. a beautiful and talcntod lad musician; Thomas J. Rvan and Mary KlchGcld, lato of Hopkln's Trans. Oceanica and the lloward Anthe naeum companies in their side-split- tiog aosurauy cnutiea, "At the Lunatics' Ball;'1 MrCalo and McDan iels. the original "Two Mca.n Irish comedians; Uzzic Mulvcy and lVarl inman, singers, comediennes and dancers: Crane Bros., tho rani town rabes. originators of rube com. cay; inaries 11. Lawlor, descrip tive singer, in a wonderful char acter singing specialty introducing in song the story of Dr. Jckyl and Mr. liydo, and Rip Van Winkle with special scencrv. etc.: C.anrm Whit. man and Uztie Davis, sketch artists, ia barlosqucs on dramatio suc cesses. M:ss Dean is also possessed of a ' phenomenal baritone voice. Ml fe m miiy uppincott. a tramp juggler, and the three La Vena siatrrn. Knt. lish to J bnot and transformation dancers, will bo seen and heard in what is known as the olio. Krncst Roebcr. the world's chunnlnn fir i Roman wrestler, will give a fine ex. niuiuon 01 this class of athletics, with Carl Beck, Germany's cham pion. Fitzsimmons will be aeen in his wonderful bag punching exhibi tion, a display 01 quickness, precis ion and strength. CvBaarapUoa I'ovltlvrlf Care. Mr. R. B. Greovo. merchant, n Chiihowlc, Va., oertiiics that he had consumption, was given up to die, sought all medical treatment that money could procure, tried all cough remedies that ho could hear cf. but got no relief; spent many nights sit ting np in a chair; was induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery, and was cured by the use of two bottles. For past three years has been at tending to business, and says Dr. King's New Discovery is tho grand est romcdv L'VCr made, na it hnm Anna so much for him and also tor others in bis community. Dr. .King's New Discover v is rnarantecd for T O Cotds and Consumption. It don't iati. inal bottles free at Harts & Ullcmeyer's drug store. Deaf Tvtaeao Poll ana Brake Vrat Ut If TOtl want to nnit inMwn ns! easllv and forever, hn Tn.Ha won strong, magnetic full of new life and vlrrnr InVa Vo-Ta-U.. mY,m -.4 worker that makes weak men strong. Mant rain ten nonnds in ton dava. Over 400,000 cured. Buy No-To-Bae from your own druggist, who will guarantee a cure. Booklets and sam ples mailed froo. Addref s Sterling Kemedy company, Chicago or New IVIlt Loat. Manv h aVC lost ConfiJAnp.A and KnriA as well as health, because they have ocruioia metr kiuncy disease was incurable. Folev'a Kid nav Pnrfl ia a guaranteed remedy for the dis couraged and disconaolato. For sale oy 1. it. Thomas. Step dr&etricc yourself with onaok nostrums cr "cures." Get a well known pharmaceutical remedy that will do the work. Catarrh and cold in the head will nbt cause gnffon're if Ely's Cream Balm is used. Drug gists wL'l supply 10 cent trial size or 50 cents full size. We mail it. Eli Bbos , 6 Warren Street, New York City. Rev. Jehu Reid. Jr.. of Great Falls. Mont, recommended Ely's Cream Bala to mo. I raa emphasize his statement. "It is a positive cure f it citarrh if ntcd as direct d." Rev. Francis W. Poole. Taster Central Ties. Church. Helena. Mont. I TVtht. la m ! ... - MONDAY. DECEMBER 6, 1897, A CLAIM FROM ALASKA. atadara Wotaaa I'lra la tha frezca I atna af tha Kartb. The Modern Woodmen order has received its first death claim from the frozen regions of Alaska. Thede. ceased was one of the thousands at traeted thither by the stories of fab. nious gold finding in that country uii name was jonn i. ttomine, a member of Camp No. 870, of Os wego, Kas. He died Sept. 21, last, at iocg Lace, Alaska. A letter written by the dead man's broibor, Arthur Romine, who was by his side when the flame of life vanished, to a relative, accompanies the certificate of death. The writer says his brother was ill six weeks, and he stood by his side day and night for six weeks, the duration of his illness. The fatal ailment was quick consumption. He sa;s ho buried the remains in a grave at the left hand sido of the lake at the foot of a hill, the coffin being mado out of a noat. John C Goniine was 43 year of age, and had been a mombor of tho Woodmen six years.. He was in sured for (3,100. His wife died a few months before he did. He has two children. Oliver E and Eagone u. nomine, to wnoai toe insurance money rignuuuy laiia. the claim. now in the hands of Head Clerk Hawcs, will be acted npon at the December meeting of the board of directors. Staamerl Stowed Away. Tho Sidney, tho last of tha Din mond Jo boats, has inst rnnn into winter Quarters in Onincv hnv. and this practically ends the steamboat- icg oa ine upper Mississippi tor the Season of 1'J7. The Shi no v hna liwn running in tho trade between Clarks- viue ana 01. l.quis, and only tied up the day before yesterday, alter one of the longest and bekt soasons known on this seetion of the river. The Dubuque laid up a short time szo in the month nf thn I)o Mninao canal, just above Keokuk, and the imncy, me st. raui and the Jose phine are all in the yard a at llu. buqun, where they arb being gone over and prepared for next season's iraue. Report has it that the Ftnnmnr .In Long has been sold by tho shoriff to A V ' 1 .a ... isuur xouog, 01 ctimon, tne bolder of a raortiraire larrc enonph to cover ber from one end to the other. It was a Simple case of fornclnanm Mr. Young advanced the money that was noeded to play the Long against the Streckfus boats, and laid Tin tha ciaira against me ooat until bo bad played to the end of a anfn limit. ! a . .a - . r Then he shut down on cash advances. and the boat soon after drew out of the trade. Just what use will be mado of tho Long is not known. Lather I eagaa. TheTri-Citr Lnther T eluded its annual meeting at Grace English Lutheran rhnrph in t.Macitv yesterday afternoon, when there drosses and a musical nrovram. The league has elected tho following ofii- cora tor tne ensuing year: President K. T. Anrfi -rinn Rnrlr Island. Vice Presidents .1. n. Srh Rock Island; K. M. Holmborg, Mo- uno; w. r. iiaiiauor, uavenport. Secretary Misa Paniii.n n;t mann, Davenport. - J ' " ireaauror Ansganus Anders' n, Reck Island. Bofr.l I' oat 213, Q. A. 11.. Attention. All members ct Bufnrd not are requested to be present at our n,,it ituini luvviing tomorrow evening. 1. tfommauon ana election 01 officers for the ensuing year. n. b. ttKi itvK, commander. William A. Nobuis, Adjutant. Try AUcaa k oot.Baaa. A powder to be shaken into the ehocs. At this season your feet feel swollen and hot, and get tired eas ily. If you have smarting feet or tignt shoes, try Allen's Foot-Ease It cools the feet and makes walking usbj. cures ana prevents swoolen and sweating feet, blisters an' cal lous spots. Relievos corns ant, bun ions of all pain and gives rest and comfort. Try it today. Sold by all druggists' and shoe stores for 5 cents. Trial packages Freo. Ad. dross Allen S Olms tod, Lo Boy, N. Y. ruaal filaal I 1MI Dr. Williams' Indian Plln Oint ment will cure blind, bleeding and itching piles when all other oint ments have failed. It absorbs the tumors, allays the itching at once, acts as a poultice, gives instant re lief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint ment is prepared only for nilea and itching of tho private parts, and nothing else. Every box is war ranted. Sold by druggists or sent by mail on receiDt of price. 50 cents and tLper box. V ILLIAXS MAKUFACTURINO Co., Proprietors. Cleveland, Ohio. Sold by M. F. Bahnsen, Druggist. A HocaaAold Kaaaatity. Cascareta Candy Cathartln. the moat wonderful medical discovery of the age. pleasant and refreshing to the taste, act srontlv and noaitiv; on the bowels, cleansing the entire . j , . . ajaMsiu, uupei corns, cure neaaacne, fever, habitual oonatitaton and hii- iousness. Please buy and try a box of C. C. & today; 10. 25, 60 cents. Sold and guaranteed to cure by al! &T3Z!lt3 Ltoaaaad ta WL EinU Tairbon Rock IsUnd Mia RjUe VwoOotevbrm iJoca IoJ "hriet Anirjn Moline' m i ann.n i-eterwn Mol ne H ant Aclerana I)iBi-t..,n SHERIDAN CLUB ELECTS. : . . - Sltw OikaaraCboaraat Its Ananal BleetInK reatrrdar. The Sheridan club held its annual election cf officers yestorday with the toiiowing result: President J. P. Sexton. Vice President J. J. La Velle. Financial Secretary John B, Corken. Recording Secretary W. P. Griffin. Corresponding Secretary Edward a. wouy. Treasurer Thomas E. Vietch. Sergeant-at-Arms Robert G. Auld. A cc mm it too was appointed to make arrangements for the club's an nual masquerade ball, which will be given early m rebruary. The club will hold a stag supper New Year's eve. How to Look Uood. Good looks are really more than skin deep, depending entirely on a nenuny condition oi the vital onrans, if the liver bo inactive, you have a Diuousiooa; il your stomach be dis ordered, you have a dyspeptic look: If your kidneys be affected, you have a pincDcu look, isccure good health. ana you win surely have pood looks, "Electric Bitters" is a good altera tive and tonic. Acts directly on the stomach, liver and kidneys. Purifies the blood, cures pimples, blotches ana ddiis, ana gives a good com1 plexion. Every bottlo cuaranteed Sold at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store, o-j cents per Dottlo. Chrome Kheamatlim Cored. Dr. H. B. Hettinger. Indianapolis Ind says: "For several months after sprainin? my ankle I was tevcrelv afflicted with rheumatism. I finally tnea uotcnens Mystic Cure' for rheumatism, and iu four days could walk without my cane: two bottles cured me sound and well. Sold by Otto Grotjan, druggist, 1501 Second avenue, noes island, bust Schlegcl oi son, zzu v ost becond street. Dav enport. For Over Fifty Xaara Mrs. Winelow's Soothing Syrnp has been nsed for children teething. It soothes tho child, softens the puma. allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is too oosi remedy or diarrhoea. Twenty.fivo cents a bottle. The person who disturbed tho con gregation last Sunday by coughing is requested to call on T. H. Thomas ana get a bottle of Foley's Honey uu mi uicu niw!iH gives rciior. Jest try a 10 cent box of Cascarets, the finest liver and bowel rogulatnr e?f r man W. H. PALMER, WATERLOO, IOWA. "8aved From the Horrors of Nervous Pros tration" by Dr. Miles' Nervine. F ,,oc not n i ways indicate - consumption. Mr. W. II. Taliner, of atcnoo, lotea, trrites: "I was taken with a nervous stricture of the bronclilul tubes, vhlch developed Into nervous, pros tration, I was so weak I could not si t n n. I got no sleep for days except when under tho innaence oi opiates. Uor four months I suf- icrea aromcs ana prayea that I might dio and bo at rest. One physician said I had consumption, for I hud a couch that gave mo no rest. But a good old physician whose medlclno bad failed, advised mo to use Dr. Miles RHt.nfA t I va Nervine and I thank Gixl tli.ii it. l.n i.-i,ti.i ened my days, lengthened my lifo and saved mo irom tne norrorsor nervous prostration." Dr. Miles' Remedies are snhl ha nil ttmm. gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle iicneais or money refunded. Book oa Heart and Nerves sent freo to all applicants. VU. WlLhd OiSDICAL GO, Elkhart, Ind. E ugeno J. Burno Realstatebk wH Iiisnrance E-'jy, liiiii avid M&'ntttfe property. Collect Kor.Jfs Th oU fire and Unn tried company repfrj &6Qtcd. Hates low aa aay reliable company can afford. four PairsnA7B Is Offloe 1920, aaot nd At. Harper Bouse Block. 'iffi ft l& Restores f Kf4,HeaRh Make a Note of It We have the largest and most complete stoc of FURNITURE and CARPETS in the Tri cities. Now is the time to buy your CHRISTMAS PRESENT! Prices on everything lower than ever offered before in this city. COME EARLY AND GET YOUR CHOICE. !I(DIiM(lD(DIK9 GREAT HOLIDAY SALE. 103, 105, 107 E. Second Street, "A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR CAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES APOLIO When in Doubt, Health is Life's IF YOU WANT HEALTH COHSULT THE Onr Electric Hachlne for the treatment of Nervous IXseaaea, Rheanutiem and X-Huj work V'orld's Greatest and Id Chronic Nervous, Private and Surgical Diseases of Botk Saxes. DAVEKPORT, IOWA. Consultation Freo. Prompt and. Permanent Cures CATARRH Bronchitis, Asthma. Early Consumption, Rheumatism. Ken. ralgla. Dyspepsia, Scrofula, Syphilis and all blood, liver and kidney dlsesses. WOMEN Suffering from diseases of tho womb, ovaries, bladder, kidneys nervous exhaustion, palpitation of the heart, dvrpepria or any dlacae peculiar to the aaa, should call on the great specialist and get an opinion on their case free of charge, ELECTRICITY Scientifically applied, nervou3 debility, piles, exhaustive drains, nijiht loeace, defective memory, threatened insanity, loss of will power, mental da. lneion, sleepleesnesr, etc VARICOCELE Is tho most aotive cbueo of nervous debility. Why treat months with others when we guarantee yon a permanent en re la seven days by onr rH method? Hydrocele cared in three (l&vs no naln. THE PRAISES WE HAVE RECEIVED " B. up unpaid uj !, uwm GompniHKi as io ase mis means in oraer to give ue peo ple, as well as the medical profession, the benefit of our knowledge of mod Ir Ine and our In imitable skill in tho art of surgery. Remember yonr family physician la always welcome to aoe ns operate. We are willing to spread oar knowledge ana enow our skill, and we foal Justly proud of the d!iy conjnutalat.ons we receive from the medical pm'caeion for the ad vanced medical and anrgleal literature we have written. ONLYCVJKABLB CASKS TAJ'. UK. Beet of references and credentials. If yon cannot call, write. Hundreds cored by mull. Uours-9 to 14, it to 6, 7 to 8; Bundaya, 11 dO to 1 :30. CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE W2wThB:a- c. R. CHAMBERLIR, INSURANCE AGENT For the Following Safe and Unliable Conipaulee-Tr Traders Ins. Oo., Chicago Providence Washington Ins,Oa, Frorldonoe Imperial Ins. CoM London Calandonlan Ins. Oo. Bdlnborgh Sngllsh-AmerleAn Ins. Co...... Uvarpool and Horwalk Faettc Ins. Co . New Tork Home Mutual Inr-. Oo. Baa Fnaelsco a Office Room 80 Mitchell & Lynde's Blook, Telephone No. 1010. And when it shows signs of irregularity take it to Woltman, the Jeweler. A well selected stock of Jewelry always on hand at "live and let live" prices. . High grade workmanship in repairing at reason able rates! WOLTMAN. Watclis.WatA DAVEKPORT. Consult tho Best. Greatest Luxury. Dr.J.E. Walsh, late of Chicago, formerly Hnrgcon-lnOhler of Bt Anthony s BorpitaL Host Successful Specialist For our remarkable skill In curing PROMPT DELIVERY or HARD AND SOFT COAL E. ill. LAWHEAD, BEST CCAL 01T TEE UABSST. Telephone 1340. 3170 Fifth Avenue. Parker's Laundry MllWfJj "Coekofthe Walk" In the larrodi y business is what our patrons otrnns to be. So you can't blame us for crowing when we have won the tight en your shirt f rones, collars, effj and stlrt waists. We do the best work in town, and are looking for your bundle. Shall we get it Bing pboue 1314. - Mi Si-piu Mecceo Uavenpn Subscribe for Thi Asacs. iiiata.i-.ix PAIUCEII'S LAUBORT 1806 Second Ave im Thtrd Ave. Phone 111.