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rUB, WEDNESDAY, MAKCH 16. 1868, At Four Score. Miles' Nervine Restoree Health. m ihu nntn obbab. B, 1 UMlWIyi, Bawly . Mas.. ao Baa J""! Ittm atlas atua. u;i D SAW Orator I. thMrrtaa u 4nM iitalAftra I aaf r4 fnr roars froan aid inni twirl troatkv WoaH rWl . aif nj. . . 1 ip , lhs aaaaj las had riMt aad ety wnrk aaaaaad. 4 rMoa. A fnoaa) r. rr. atla' W-TM. and t p.trCaWjsaaJ a N "la lad -. tat ;. ' -i4m..r itMdiaa Bu n rttif I tauaskt a n " r" ! '"?. a (no4 kavatfTa aad n.i. r-J m In MfrUo BaailaV tt at a trae.l t w. aad trine, and I tllilaaltf. writ I Mt,,-. sVtBdta maM by all dntj latsandrr aaatllr fluraatap. Sr-t itt aaetto or am nay r randed. B"r . ,n J aaaaaof the irt ana) tanas raeav A.Mreaa. aV MIL MKOtCALCU. tiauarv lad Treating Your Friends Coldly - A t .. ha in -i.N - T always food pita, but treating thsm to toaeof KRF.I.LA MATH'S peerless tod delicious ICR CRKAM or FRUIT ICE At Your Party or Reception la st all tiaee wall tad grati fu iy received. Try t ' 1'itrt briok for your nut dinner or tea tad see bow wall jour eompeay will be pleased. Toa ceaoot erve any desert that will take aa wall aa loa Cream, es peclal I7 If it eomes fma KRELL & MATH rasa. 11a A ?aaua Wa serve loa Crata aad Krait lata la oar Parlor at eey tlrao. alao Hit Coffee, Tea M Choetlate. Knag 7onr frlaada la and traat tha Children's Shoes Dul you know that we arc the Head quarters for ilrens Shoes' Chil- SFRIIIG SHOES. Yes, our Spring Shoes are now in; call and see them. All widths from A to EE. DOLLY BROS. The Hargata 01 S07 80U.Bt TALK ABOUT BASEBALL. P.t.r I r. i...., AIW -..tctlat;n Ire torf taa Dm Maw-, l raneolaa. mere appcaia u m i seiious oueetion wit refarecce to taa own. orship of tbo Dea Moines club. Sii aaj trick yesterday cloaad a deal for ua transfer 01 taa team to Uaiacy, where 11.400 dollar feat bean raised by popular aabacription for ita sup port. Preeideat Hickoy, of the Weatero taaocittioa, bta been posh ing the Qainoy deal aad will place the franchise thara immediately. Now riraa Petar Lobata tnd says be baa about dead arrangements for tba eat of tba ataa team to Dea Moines partiea. He says be baa evarj reaacn to believe tbe deal will go tbrougc. aad tbinka that witb Frlck oat tnd new blocd iaatilied into tbe organization, ball can be made tu pat In tbat town. Bat it's likely tbtt i.obutn ta Ulkinf throui;li bl bonnet. Now tbat tbo location of tba lk Mciaoo franohtao la w '"C7 10 lottlexl tbe aaaodaie coaaittre will beoaJled tcetaer at once. Varnay Anderaon, aaaacar of tbo Rook Ultnd olub arhu ta t Biea bar of tba comaaun, oay ia a Uuer to L. (i Body tbat ho Will Cum br after the aeeliug and bOfTia liniaa; "P ' paera for tn opolnp of ibeaoa. Ta ovUtioa of tb aabacription urny cintlmea. All who p!elu- J eanataisf towtrd tbe club abcnld 1tl it oer cbccrfallj, aa errj cei,t e aeeded. Mow to Remain Young. TtA ih Hard-Wot b nc Organa of Your Udy Wlih .F 1st Wnat They F quire. CALLED INTO COURT. Hrra are rma iua run! tmtt. eipreated uj a ll-kooaa proff. or of a NiW Tork medical oolirge. "Ait ore ever ceece, or ever ake for. ia a little heln. She baa come orarwrked -is it any wonder aa nca. Briar "Tbe hetit beats night and day an ' acver alops. The lunga are at- WaTe ril'i' aarar lika a nair nf . 1 r bailowa. Tba etomch ia conatantiy occopied; 10 are the kidneya and the liver. Yon cannot give them t vsca- m 1, n: yon ran beip them lm aeoetlr. Thoio irreat orrank thu kiloeya and lirer are willing to w rk. bat they need food and yon eta give it ti tbem. You can eaulr fto.l thoic or: ant. a 1.1 you will lie anrpri.cd bow ruuub hotter jcu will feel it ycu do at. a nt'covery wntcn ia an o. taal food lag tbe kilnya. It ia kenwn to i enlist on ! the World a Waraot'a S ife Cure. Bv all n n.n Uy it. A little of taia remtrkatle mi'uiriDHiaa-n inree time a uay will prodace a aoat happy effect. In stead of bai ntf trtd. (imnil nut deapondent and with littla tmhirinn you will grow bright, hopeful and nippy, women, epcnlly, need a good friend of this kind, and I know of scores of ladiea who would not think of being without thia grand remedy to beip them when tboy ape- 1 l"J owu It. t Kara Blaalral t ol. Mrt. J. L. atorphy. of tbi citv, witb Mrs. Dr. YV. i Middleton and Miaa Nichoi. of Div.noort. kin cured tbe great Danish virtuoso tnd composer. August lltileatud. now of Chicago, to appear in concert April ..' in I'avenp.r: Mr Jtjliestud wan formorly conneoied with the Chicago Maaical cnilego tnd tlso tho Outn ehalt Lyric school, but has recently tetureel from t concert tour cf F.urope, where be sppeared before most of thj reigning courts. Ho waa dcenratrl br the Its. Ian trnvrrnn.ant created mjal court pinotet to Pf in- Gwa 1. .ir.so. 01 uenmark. and given a medal by the nottd cotnr.os r. (iraig. to bratow anoually upon t a moat taiea;.d papil. This will be an opportunity for for oar trl-oity nut aieiaaa to aWjM on tuning of high c!a aaslc f be general admtasloa nas Otcn Oxed a. f rents; to mjsical s; : Iojvj and rlubs cf 10 or more. 59 cent. Arnold's Hrcmo Caierr euros boad-seWao-, 10. .i and tn . . nt. Raise' drag store. T at That Tickling fHWveO hT it k i in.-Tr-aaej - a a-cnlrrnii ram. -It fnr an. I all lr.Mil..- . raud b lrl.mm.lK.,, of lr r. ,K-rn. n7,. an. 1 r..r rali.rr ' A pureijr . laM. aattM. It roi 'an . ho'l 1 tM,t laanOlnTi(urkt.n( uiniirni iroo. ani. It i ctarnirt i0 rur. JZ Skoal tntiaorri ranrha a. rli ma asthma. Ipim -tvtia. ,k, . , Unppr. auoeatac raat. and criua DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Honey ww saaBnaasi as & ; an , 1 ,.. . rmtuk. I at r-- by Tkr r. K. Mtaayfaasf aaikaat. aaarak, aratarhr. C tiUn';e4 frr.s. TLIrJ pare. kir a Or, . ?.ge iadeaerving and well conducted. W. A. Boylk. Chief of Police. At tbe tame time Chief Ponder re ceived a dispatch from Chief Boyle, saying that the children belonged to tbe Jenkins Orphanage, and reqooat 1 -g that they be forwarded, aa money naa oecn sent. Katara For a OaailOarala Deposition. TbroGgb tbe evincing of t Uispuei tion to be fair to Btnglcy and a 1 the in'mste be may or tcay not rep resent, TnE Aegis 'gave him an op portunity to ocen bia vials of wrath on the paper from the 6tage at Asso oiation Hall in tbe Y. M C. A. build ing last evening. Late in the attar- 1.0',-, Chief Ponder came to the Atttiis cQico to con!cr as to permit- tioj; the pn foimanco to go t u as ad- vi :tiso iast evmirg, notwitbstand leg the fact tbat tue cbiKlreu were in his cnalody The chief waa in foiaed by Tut Ani.ia tbtt it had no interest in tbe nintter other than thht jiistitc tnu fkirncsa n.tt be dure to all conccrued, acd '.hat time waa no gcod apparent reason why the performance should not gn on Cttiot Pender thereupon con cluded Id rsiae no obj-.ctton tn the crtcrtainment, and Tiih 4MM -0 an nottoccd :a: nigbt. Ba Hinj!oy ae x:d the opportunity to vent his aplom upon Thk Altars. The long program' which the little jubilee singers presented waa intirruuted when bait way through by Blogley, who made tn tddrcs6 to tLu andience, ia which he made an attack, not only npon Tut: aVMCt as a psprr, but upon the head of one cf tbe de parimen'.s of the p .p-r ptr: 3na!ly, indnigtng in abusive epithrtst which to say the leaat were tii-becoiuing 000 who laya claim to example as a lead er In tne cause of cbriatianity, while ahowing a aurpriiagly shameful dis regard fur the truii. in aome of the assumption I and assertions mado. B.ngiey deciared ho htd sent 11,600 to tho institution since he started out, and yot in the aame breath de nounced it aa filthy and vermin-in-feotod whore the 'children were in rugs, tnd severely whipped for light offenaoa. This is the commendation that Bingley had last night for the institution which ho held up in the churches of Reck Island Sunday ta w tttny or tbe support of til christian people. Tub Annus bta no business with Mr. Bingley, and his opinion or bis remarks pertaining to it or any ooe connected with it are of no concern to it. It has aoted in thee proceedings through a s nse of duty to the public, wbiob it always holds uppermost in ita miud. It in the performance of that obligation Mr. Bingley has had his feelings hurt that cannot be helped. It was at bis auggestioa that the correspon dence was opened with Jenkins Or phanage, and the consequences could not be avoided tnd should not be. T. rek llaaaway. A team belonging to Foster Arm strong, rf Preemption, took fright in front of Krbs' butcher shop on Mo line tvenue this morning, tnd made t wild dah. A boy named Joe Her beck, just passing, had n narrow es cape from being serionsly injured. A team tttached toa buggy occupied by W. J. Kntrikin and daughter, of Moiine. took fright at tho runaway horse" i?id we"t on a wild dah up Fifth avenue to Forty-foarth street, where they wero brought under con trol. Neither Mr. Kntrikin nor his daughter was injured. A tratn in tho Kirk Island Lumbr company yar's aaiflad the morning air and limbered themselves up for a Ditto runaway. isiiie a scatter ing of pino, no damage resulted. HarprtalaB I'rooed tr. . Tickets b. arin thenaaes of Valen tino Dndber for alderman acd Spen cer tdalttson for ward committeeman are being cirjulatxd at the Fourth ward rcpuhMcan primary this aft?r aoufl. Ail endravora by The Auucs to locate Aid. Dauber for tbepurps of learning aa to his approbstlnn of tne pro 'oodtng, w?rc unregarded. People who know Aid. Dauber boat tefuaa to believe titot be ia a party to ttiu airaur. v V lau Whth K l Well You mast fortify your system against tu attacks of disease. Your blood must be kept pure, your stomach and digestive organa in order, yonr appetite good. Huod'a Sarsapartlla is ibo medicine to build you up. prruyana enricn vour blood and you atrengtb. It creates an appe tite and ?ivet digestive power. Hood's pills are the favorite family cathartic, easy tc take, easy to operate. til ran I p By roar Doctor. Beaver Dam, Ohio, Aug. 27, 1895. My daughter, after being treated by four doctora. and being given up for lost, a neighbor recommended Foley's Kidney cure. Today she is able to walk several mllea 'without fatigue. I feel we would have lot her if it waa oot for your medicine. Kospectfaliy. Mrs, J. M. Bailey. For sale by T. 11. Thomas. Far On r Fifty Tear Mrs Winslow's Southing Syrup hat boon uttd for children teething. It soothes the child, sofena tho guma, allays all pain, eurea wind colic, and ia the test remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. fWn sal an at A MEMORIAL MEETING. Aparopttkla xarcl aa br the. W. c. T. U to Daaeaaad la4crr. The W. C. T. C. held a Wiltard and Neal Dow meeting yesterday afternoon in the Y. M. C. A. chapel. Mra. Dr. Stewart opened the exer cise by reading the 146th psalm, and then "Lead Kindly Light" waa snng by tho audience. All felt the saored ness of the occasion ts they listened to tho sincere prayer offered by Mrs. Brown. Mrs. Paul Hamilton and Miss Belle Newton aant? ' Gently Lead Me." By request, Miss Young gave an instruments! solo, Nearer My God to Thee." Mrs. Ferguson introuctd Rev. Grafton, who tpoke on Netl Dow as t reformer. 11a gave a brief review of his work as a re former, how much good he had accom plished in bis own state (.Maine) but iiJ his work did no; atop tber Hi- love for humanity was ho great, his desire to do ali be could within bia power to promote tLtir welfare, that he crossed th? Aiinntic ocean three different times at ahaapion of ref. rm In dixtant land. It required three strong characteristics to be a true reformer. First, Icvo for truth; aacoad, d,cp tnd hoertfoU syapathj fur otherti' wins, a eympath; that iat p. lied him to lift up tho fallen, help tue weak: ibiid, courage of (omii uon. Tbat N"al Don puseeBjd ibf. In a great degree conid not b a elan ba sal, and his namo would stand forever aa a great f, nj 0f huminitr. Mrs Pnul Hamilton e&nxr "H m of th 1 Seal," and tfceu in hc most beaut;- rl manner Mrs. lerguson preset tea Mrs. Metaa', who rpnke of 1L0 fallen leader, Frances E. Wi.lard It was a sed How to her par-onaliy to lose her, as Welles to thW. C T. IT. It was very appopriato that a j dn'. program had lieen Dreoarcd to kuaaaa our two translated or,yn. Miss Wil- lard loved the grand hero, " Oar Hero" she called Neal Dow aud it was always her greatest ploesuro to provide him the most comfortable teat in the moat m-nrninnnt nla. at the different meetings where they were thrown togather. Mi-s Wil lard had a voice of peculiar sweet ness, ana ner sincerity, her abandon ment of self, endeared her to all hearts. She It was who eave us our motto, "For God and Home and Xl'ilfi I. ami " At Atlanlln Un . ..mu.ju ai.r called bor ' Little Keconstruotionist," j dnlag northland and southland together. Aficr her physician told her she could not seethe sunrise the next day shu scent th ontim afternoon planning for tbo women, a .u tor tne eempie. iter it t words wore, "How bjantiful to be with G.id." Miss Nowton t?avo an Isaaan mental solo, "In the Street Bye and Bye, ' anu aner a snort taia trom Mrs. Fertruson. the exer.-isea cland with singing, "Blessed Be the Tie That I I - ,1 mi 1 , n m tt - n. u:uus. inn . u. i. u. Feat flUO toward paying for the temple. A committee romDose.-l of Mon. dames Paul HaaJltba, W. S. Mar quis and J. W. Stowart presented resolutions, which were adopted, cx- DrOSSlVe cf sorrow over thn nuaino from earth of Miss Frances K. Wii lard, extolling the virtues of tho do ceated leader, and of the inspiration of her gifted life, and extending sym- paiay 10 inoro nearest a.d dearest to M-ss Willard. Ubttaars. Tho funeral pf Mi?s Emma Honder- soa will be hfld from hur late home, i.J2 Eleventh street, at 2 o'clock to ro.irrow af'ernoon. Mrs. Mary Flaherty died at her home fa Sears at 7 o'clock lust . veil ing of stomach trouble, bhe leaves eijjni cDiiaren; Mrs. ihomas Killiia, kocb i-iasti; Marliu Flahurty, of Reynolds; Mrs T G. Burr. Mra. W. J. Doyle and Baroarn Flaherty, of Greeley Ctntoi, Net.; Magcic and ivaue rianerty, of Uldcdgo, and Ella Flaherty, a home. MometDltia SO I'.uoa, J: may be worth aoniethinir so know that th very bsl tnedicicc t-r res'.orintf tho tired out nervoua kv- t-rn to a hoalthv vigor is Electric n ava rasta . . uiiicrs. mis medicine is pureiy vcjretablei, acts bv "iviup tone to the a, rve centers i:i the stomach, gently stimulates tho Liver and Kidneys', ar.t aids theso organs iu ilirowing off in.tmrities in the blood. ElecM-lc Bitters improves the appetite, aids ii-stion, and is pronounced hi tliose who have tried It as the very Kcst olood nuriticr ond nnrvo tnniiv Trit. Sold for ftO cents or 11 am ' - aTW. . - aaaaah . . ' uaiiz UTWIaHJf m CI ill aaawokkawas- tvBII ntftr !)llflC Ose siz'.' smaller after using Allen's rooi-1-.ase, a powaer to oe Eusiten into the Shoes. It tnhkr-s licht nr - . . - JJ , ,,va ,uoiRii, relief to corns and bunions. It's the OTu&tfiat com fnrt at iaaaaaavw nf ihcu Cures and preventa swollen feet, unkberk. catioua ana sore spcts. Allen's Foot-Eate is a certain cure for sweating, hut aching feet. At all druggists tnd shoo atores, 25 rents. Trial nar.t, f. a a 1, - v. ..... J .U , . Addreas, Alien 3. Olmeted,-Lo Boy, a x. Thousands suffer from catarrh or cold in tho head and have never tried the popular remedy. There ia no longer any excuse, "as t 10 cent trial size cf Ely's Cream Balm can bo haH of yonr droireist cr we mail it for 0 cents Full aize &0 cents. Eli Bb-.s , , Warren St.. N. Y. City. A friend advised me to try Ely's Cream Bala, and after using it eix weeks I believe myself cured of ca tarrh. It is a most valoable remedy. Joseph Stewart, C24 Grand avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. O fkaha. aa aa m If ff March April -May For Blood and Nerves in Spring Paine s Celery Compound. Tax CoUgrtor's Notlea. The taxes for 1897 are now due and payable at the office of county superintendent of schools, court bouse, first floor near north entracce. Bring last year's tax receipts and avoid delay in searching for descrip tions. P. J. Lee. Township Collector. On Ir.a; Down II 11. People suffering from kidney dis eases feol a gradual but steady loss of strength and vitality. They should lose no time in trying Foley's Kid uey cure, t guaranteed preparation. For sale by T. H. Thomas. THE f White Palaoe Sweets 1 ABB tho leaders Ft for fine fresh Candies Almond and Hickory Not Nngets are wonderful takera. Taf. lies and Nut Candy's fresh every morning. Oar Cara mels are perfect, and tho' o delicious Popcoin Fritters load them all. Italian Creams Will surely suit you. and oar elegtnt bill of Cream tnd Chocolates are tne boat iu tbe three cities. Try -Tat J9 m ' a, 4 SaamaOaaaaaaaaaaaBaal l,Brnn?nT 1 FKOH TOT j P t White Palace of Sweets f ' Telephone 2 on 1348. SEEDS HIGH CLASS SEEDS BUY SEEDS EARLY. To wt enod reliable seeds Ls the most essential part of your hnslrtons Mark-at KaMennrs who sr very particular about jmrcrtaslnt; their seeds Should rmyaarry Louis Hansseii. at2i:'. ar.d 315 west Second street, Davenport, who's wide mta- ....-.,. ......mnauinjuB, inxu esiawiisneu ror many 1 ,u ....,u rea,.n, uuNiir imirapti ins aiwayx Deen to supply only thai yaya iiiiusi, . ia-- .ii uee i.-, una me iaci mat he has ooairuaiided the I seal I us whalt sale ar,d market t.TirUiers tradei in U, reixhboring country for awtl7aaatta er,tnry. should justify hi claim to the patronage of those who havent yet ox-pcriwie-d the advantage of dealing wita him. Send or caU for a eatalona. which will be delivered tree. LOUIS HANSSEli'S SOBTS, Second, between Main and Harrison Sts , DAVENPORT A fsw notes regarding spring goods that eaa be found by look ing at this ad. Here are seme prices we quote: Spy lag aovol ties in suits the prices range from $18, $20, tt, $18 aad up. The prices in the spring trousers range from $f, $f.M, $6, $3.50 and upward. Come in and sea oar fine lino. Gus. Englln, Manager, 1803 Smtf Ave EOCk MaUayal Savings Bank. Iaoorporated Undr taa State Urn. BOCK ISLAND, ILL. Four Pay Cent Paid on Deposits. Money Loaned on Peraoaal Collateral or Baal Batata OFFICEBS: J. If. Bnford, PrMriornt, Jubn Cyaaaaajt, Vice Fnt.il nU 1. ir. cnawali. aobter. Beirao bn nest inlf . lHtO. srl ocnpy tie 3. K. c rncr M 'eocll A Lyade't oew budilmg. DIBKCTOBS: J Cable, Watt ruav. ti raaiu LawMav i siaSasa.