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THE AUGtTS, FRIDAY, Ari?IL 29, 180S.
"Saved Her Life." MRS. JOHN WALLET, of Jefferson, WU., than whom none is more highly esteemed or widely knowo. writes. "In 1S90 1 had a WTcro attack of LaGrippe and at the end of four months, in spite of all phjrslcinns, friends and good nursing couid Ao, zij Ian;.! heart and cervous system were so completely wrecked, tny life was de spaired of, ruy friends riving me up. 1 could only steep by the use of opiates. My lunrs and heart pained me terribly and my cough was most aggravating. I could cot He in oca position but a short time and not on my left sliio at all. My husband brought me Dr. Miles' Nervine and Heart Cure and I bo pan taking them. When I had taken a bait bottle of each I w3 much better and contin uing persistently I took about a dozen bot tles and w completely restored to health to vne surprise or all. Br. Miles Ermedici are told by all drug gist under a positive guarantee, first bottle ' laJ.-k if Jsl benefit or money re funded, bo.k on dis td. Bo,k on dis-is-rr. : . si eases i of tl.o hart and F5V f801"1, nerves free. Ailrirewi. DR. MILES MED1CALOU.. Elkhart, Ind. Out- Soda Fountain Opening KRELL & MATH Wish t uiumiinie to 1'iililir that ilicir SODA FOI'NTAIX is ruiiiiiiijr with nil tin' lali'Mt cooling thinks. 1CK CKKAM SODA mid OUANCK mid I.KMON rilOSPIIATKS are .nr hjm -i-iultic. uinl we shall at all times cndi'uvnr (o krep tin Ix'.-t nnl pureM Fruit Syrups ami flU SlIKD HUMS to wrv! with uirSmla. UVmivi' pure 15 It'll CISKAM with cverv ;;las of Soda at ."( a jluss. KRELL & MATH Our Willi riicrrv 1'hosphatc is a fibular Thirst (Jiii-m-licr. Try a "lass. Ihine iiw. ttlfrlTI Si'cond Avenue THE White Palace sgweets AKE the leaden for fine " fresh Candies Almond and Hickory Nat Nagets are wonderful takers. Taf Cea and Not Candy's fresh every morning. Our Cara mels are perfect, end those delicious Popcorn Fritters load them all. Italian Creams s Will surely salt joa. and onr elegant bill of Cream and Chocolates are the best in the three cities. Try a Brick of j Ice Cream MMMNNNi FROM THE While Palact of Sweets Telephone S on 1343. POLICE COURT MATTERS. Several Offenders t'p Before Magistrate (Stafford -A Kaisrd Hill. John Herljert was assessed 2 anil costs for a breach of the peace com plained of by Mrs. Mane Lannoo. Aslier lluntler. arrest el . on com plaint of A. M. Bloomouist. the piHfr, was fined $1 anil costs for ilis onlerly comluet. ' IVtt-r Patteand A1phor.se Van Ilccke had a lifiht. Kat-h swore out a war rant charjriii' the other with assault nd hatterv. Thev were assessed $3 and costs apiece. hdward Hvnn was taken m vester- dav aflernoon for having a raised'" ;reenliack in his imssc-ssion. it was a$l hill originally and had la-en lied uji to reresent a $.. Flynn gave the hill to John Cimwcll. a messeiijier fur the Western Union Telegraph com pany, and asked him to liuv some candy at McCain's. Johnny inno cently proceeded to transact the er rand, hut the cashier at the store de tected the had inimcv. The lmlii-e were called and Serjeant Archer ar rested Flvnn. . E. C Itoiigardiicr. a stranger, was arrested tiwlav for attempting to pass a counterfeit dollar at Kizzo's fruit stand on Second avenue. He was taken to the station hv a delegation of citizens. He had a num'cr of the dollars in his possession. TATLOS RIDWB TOPICS. Tavlor Kid-e. April 28. Rolicrt Little, of Milan, was out to his farm Saturday. Miss Lucy Dunlar. of Andalusia. was calling on friends in Taylor Ridge Saturday. Tom A. Marshall, of Keithshnrg. was in our village, last week placing a new telephone transmitter. - Herman Holer ilclivcrecl a ilrove of fio hogs to Km nor iV Viokers last Fri- lav. Thev were heavy weights, aveniging 3;52 hmiih!s. W. 1. Drips, of Milan, was in the village Monday looking for volun teers, lie left an enlistment roll, and anyone desiring to enlist will lie given the opportunity ly calling on .Mr. Muilire. W. F. Crawford passed through the viliage Tuesday evening headed west. and it is thought that he would stop ;it home long enough to say hello to the folks. Crawford is getting over :i great deal of ground these days. The lice's a huzzing loudly. Miss Sadie Young Saturday received a telegram from her brother at Ke- loit. Kas.. stating that her father. Joshua Young, was seriously ill, and could live but a few days. She and her sister. Mrs. H. P. " Kruner. de parted Saturday evening in llllK'S of arriving there in tune to see their father alive. Louis Salpaugh met with a painful accident at the government island last week, lie with some oth er workmen was engaged in handl'in" a heavy piece of machinery, and in some wav it liecaine unmanageable and caught Mr. Salpaugh 's hand in such a way that he is now minus a portion of a linger. HHKRKARD SHOTS. Sherrard, April 2. Miss Maria Wilde, of Alexsis. visited with her sister. Mrs. Thomas (lormaii. Mrs. John Sward and sou were in Kock Island Tuesday. Major J. M. Keanlslev. of Rock Is and. delivered a war speech here last Friday. The Coal Valley Mining company's snail at Niorrani is considered to lie one of the liest ciplipped in the state. The funeral of Mrs. Robert Hadilick occurred at Cable Monday, iu'erinent U-ing made in the Cable cemetery Rev. tirillin officiated. TIIK i'Ol'STY TKMri.K. Tranffcni. April .'i. - . u. inton hv mas ter, to A. F. Vinton, part of lot 1, Vi oiMiiainl. part sw 17. lw part n w J Hi. 17. lw. part lot 3. swj nwl !t. 17. l w. $:i.:i.-i;(.77. tJ. W. Vinton bv master to A. F. Vinton, tract by meets and Itotiuds, si. II. 17. lw. frU'.Ki.'.iO. Michael Collins. Sr.. to Michael Collins. Jr.. part lot 7, J. M. Keards ley's suhtliv.. $1.XM). Jareil Sexton to Hannah C. Curtis. nl lot 7 and lot X. block 2'.t. Kri-'ham's add.. ( ordova. $150. John F. Crow lev to Henrv ftoedecke, lot it. block 10. Thompson's & Well's ami.. Kock Island. fl.lKlO. April 2. Marv Mevser by heirs to 'John Meyser. Sr.. part lot . block 9, lliompson A- Wells add., Rock Island. 1. Carrie Johnson ct al to J. P. Wey erhaeuser e al. part lot 3. lot 2. Le I lairc s reserve, f I. looM-hold (ioil. The ancient (ireck lielieved that the Penates were the gods who attended to the welfare and proseritv of the family. They were worhipjeI as House noiti giMis in every home. The household god of today is lr. Kind's New Discovery. For consumption t coughs, colds and for all affections of throat, chest and lungs it is invalua i Me. It has lieen tried for a iiuar- , icr oi a century .m is guaran j teed to cure, or money returned. No household should be without this good angel.. It is pleasant to take and a safe and sure remedy for old and young. Free trial 'imttles at Haiti & Ullmeyer's drug store. Ke tilar sizcWiO cents and f 1. CASTOR! A For Infants and Children. Tits Kin. Yea Hara Always Ec:ght Bears the Signature of S7 KNOW NOT OUR TROUBLES. Afflictions of War Which Madrid Thinks Have Already Ovemimr Vs. A Madrid palter, in 'order to kecitl np the courage of its constituency,' has painted a gloomy picture of the' present situation in this country, in view of the hostilities with which j Spain has liecome engaged with the United States. After tilling of the blowing up of mwder mills, and the general un preparedness."'' as it calls it, of this nation to engage in foreign complications, the enterprising Ma ma journal goes on to relate this ed ifying intelligence: -Then the-states winch were counted on to funish the men for the war lind themselves hand icapped by a threatened Indian upris ing. The regular army has lieen withdrawn and the savages have al ready taken the war path. In t In states of Ohio. Illinois and Iowa the citizens have already lieen callciL out to protect their western frontiers from the raids of the wnd men." Now this comes so near home that it is startling. We do not know how the other states mentioned are pre pared to resist the ri il-liaiKlcil inva sion, but if any of the Indians from over the river contemplate trespass ing on the western ivmtvos of Illinois there are enough of the old guard left at home hore vet to give them a bat tle. CliiftinK Keeital. - The Amateur Musical club held its closing recital at the home of Mrs. J. F. Robinson yesterday afternoon. The program was opened w ith a se lection by Mrs. Robinson ou her tine new pipe organ. Then there were piano solos by Miss Mae ('niton and Mrs. II. S. Cable: a song bv the chorus; vocal solos bv Mrs. T. 15. Reidv. Mrs. J. R. Kimball and Mrs. Kdla Lund, the latter rendering an encore llielteit. White and Blue. the audience joining in the chorus; an organ solo by Miss Katharine (iest; a duet, piano and organ, by Mrs. Rol- nison anil Prof. Kudlors. The pro gram was concluded with a selection bv the chorus. Mrs. Kimball, in a heartfelt man ner, thanked the chorus and their leader. Mrs. Lund, and accompanist. Miss (Jest, for their faillifulhiess and good harmony in their w inter's work. The success of the recitals was largely due to the efforts of Mrs. L Simon. who. with true artistic skill, arranged each program. Mrs. Phil Mitchell, in her usual gracious manner, proposed the thanks of the society be tendered Mrs. Kimball, w ho organized the so ciety and through her untiring elTorts had given great pleasure to the music loving people of Rock Island. It was ;i pleasant closing to a pleasant win ter's work. Doghouses and Vog Kennrls. Doghouse is tho name applio-toa house made for a dog to live iu out of doors; do kennel to a house or box built for a dog's quarters indoors. Tho acguonse is likely to Le for a big do?; tho kennel, in private houses, fur a lit tle dog. There aro few doghouses nsed iu the city, and in proportion to tho number of Cet docs not a creat ni:i;iv keuucls, but still tho number of kouuels iu the acgreuato is considerable. Doghouses are made with a sloping roof to hhed rain. No such necessity ex ists in tho case of tho kennel, and ken nels are always inado with a flat top. Thincs may be rjlacod on ton of them. Tho kennel is uracticaUv an oblonu boi made of yellow or white piuo or of whitewood, and customarily painted white and without ornamentation. The kennel has a grated opening in the top for purposes of ventilation, with a cover to put over to prevent draft. Former ly tho doors of such kennels wero made cf wire cloth; now they aro all made with tars or a very small t-ized gas pip inc. Tho kennel of this kind is so made that it 18 raised at thu corners ennnrh o to make the bottom bleur the floor, mul it is often mounted on casters, so that it can be conveniently moved about from room to room. Such kennels are made bv carcenttrs. anil tiirr post Sr. tn f 10 each, according tu tho size. Xew i cm bun. Cod on Asb Wrrim'urtsy. Once a year, on Ash Wednesday, tho Auglicaug cf all the middle class eat salt flsb, and this salt ?h is always cod. Shrove Tuesday is a kind of Lou don fish shop festival, iu which tho whole t'f the "decoration" is salt cod and half lemons. The coil arc salnd i:i tbe shops, being split and very lightly bnt .sufTkieutly salted, with a view to imparting flavor rather than to preserv iug the fish. Tiny are tbeu rolled loose ly aud elegantly aud a lemou laid upon each. Tho origin of the lemon is diffi cult to trace. Egg sance, aud not lem ons, is the traditional "relish" with fait coil, tbe eggs being also a survival of tbe old Leuteu list of fare. Possibly the lemons were originally paTt cf the surplus stock laid iu for the previous feast of pancakes ca throve Tuesday. Coruhul iiaguziue. The Early Piano. The earliest known mention cf tho pianoforte was in a playbill dated May 16. 17C7. The piece announced was "The Beggar's Opera, " with Mr. Beard as Captain Machcath. Mrs. Stephens as ilrs. Peachnm. Mr Shnt;ras Peach am. Tbe principal attrartii n was given ns, "Mis Buckler will King a song from Judith.' accompanied ty a new iustra ment called pianoforte. "- I'ittsborg Dispatch. The annual consumption of paper nsed in Aaioy, China, is said to be nearly $10,000,000. iiott of it is of local man ufacture. Tbe Chinese don't like for eign made paper. One pound of sheep's wool is capable of producing cue vard of cloth. I The vineyards cf Italy covy nearly 6.000,000 acres. - ON THE BASEBALL FIELD.1 Rrsnlt of Ynttrrday'a Gum in the W rut cm Avsoi-lation. j nayed. Won. I'l-rcL T!i:rlinum 10 1 .( tvrtar tv-ipuls 110 l.ew I!tv.iqi:e 1 1 0 l.V I'm.mvra 10 1 .10) Peorii. 10 1 .MM Quincv 1 1 0 liMi Kock Island 1 I . W SL JoacpU.....' 1 10 l.tRW CAB TSKTCRPAY. At Peoria -Cedar Rapids. 7: IVoria 4. t Qtiiaey - Htumwa. 7: tjuinry II. Al tu Juseph -Ui:rliutf:oa. I; Su Joseph. 11. Manager Anderson has heard from Charles Me(;inniss. t lie crack t wirier, signed with Rock Island for this season, but who. it was feared, had given lis the double-cross. Mc (iuniss is in Chicago. He says he is just recovering from a severe illness, but will in alt probability lie able to report for duty next week. Ted Sullivan, manager of the Ibi hi:pie team, is among the veterans of the baseball business. Iu the early days lie dug pumpkins and picked oa.s iu flaw keyiloni. lie has piavctl with the !est clubs in the country. He has an aggregation of young, am bitious and well disciplined players this season. Sullivan is a character. He is an excellent entertainer. Negro stories are his long suit, he having the darkey dialect and expression down to perfection. He is the kind of a man that does a whole lot toward making baseball popular. Pitcher Joe YAalsn and Second lase- maii Mark ilaiina, both of Minneap olis, the latest acquisitions to the local teams, are said to hu speedy. the Kock Island and Ihibuoucs are crossing bats this afternoon. They meet again tomorrow and Sunday. Jimmy Ward, who is umpiring the Dilbilipie-Rock Island series. has many friends here among the fans. Cedar Rapids, with Belden llill aud Jay Andrews, comes next. Chip Howard, of Kockford. is being tried liehind the bat. i Uencral Joe H'lii--li-r V. b Captured. (Jeucral Wheeler had a most exeitieg Ecrv; ;e throughout the war. Ho ha? told mo how his horses were slu;t nndcr him a.'jain and agr.iu ami how ho escaped without injury, although he always roue at the bead cf his trcops. (if all tho commanders under JcflVrsou Davis be st nek closest to him. He was with Davis when tho cabinet moved from Ricbr.ioud to CoLesboniiigh, N. C, and ho then Lad eijiht brigades of cavalry. He t;,ld Davis that tne smdiers cousid- end the war was over and that he had trouLlo in holding his troops together. Davis did not agree with him, aud he ordered 1G,0()0 horseshoes stilt tbere to equip his troops for liight through the south. A t-hort time later, however, when be got ready to fly. Wheeler was about the only commauder vjpo could get soldiers to go with him. aLd it was little Oeu tral Joo who followed the Confederate president with a troop of C00 men. Davis aud his cabinet soc n saw, how ever, that their hope was a forlorn oue. aud thiy sent orders ta Wheeler to dis band his troops aud take care of himself. This Wheeler did and a short time later was captured by the Union troops and was sent with Jefferson Davis north to prison. Alexander Stephens and Post master Central Keagan were taken with him, and on tho way north (Iciieral Wheeler says that Stephens thought he was going to sure death. He said as math to Cteuerul Wheeler, and the gen eral repliid, "Well, Mr. Stepheus, if this is to le yoar fato, what mu.st be that of President Davis':" Alexander Stephens raised his bauds and replied: "Oh, don't speu k cf that! His fate is too horrible to consider." General Wheeler said ho had no idea he would bo killed, aud the way he joked about the matter of their joint imprisonment horrified Alexander Stephens. St. Louis Republic. Wablilngton Widows. I like gratitude. I like to hear cf prate! ul people, aud au anecdote I beard recently of one Washington man has pleased mo immensely Ho has recently married thu widow of a very wealthy gentleman, aud ou the proceeds of tbe transaction he has built a handsomo house. When the house was fiuished aud the moving into it was accomplish ed, the wife aud her mother fell to dis cussing just where they should ban.' the portrait of the former husband. They bad just decided to haug it iu a small room ou tho second flour when the new bucbaud came in aud heard of the mat ter. "Hang him np stairs!" be said. "So, siren. No, siree. That man was my beucfactor. I owe everything I have to him. Ho fahall bang iu the place, of honor." And husband No. 1 now Fmileg down from over tho mantel iu the drawing room. Bnt that makes me think of another Washington widow who has recently bestowed herself aud her belongings on a second husband. "It's so fortunate," said eho to mo. "My first husband's latt namo began witb a V, you know, aud go does my second hnsLaud's Crst name. All Mr. W.'d handkerchief. are just tho thing I fer Willie, aud I havi n't even bad to ; have the initial ou them changed." ! Washington. Pott. Gem Tetter. The radiograph that is, th'; Roent gen ray "photograph" is an excellent tctt fur gems. Diamonds, icarls, rubies, turq JuLes, cmerabU-.op;;!, garuets, eap- j phireN and so ou all giro a black radio graph, whereas pastu imitations give only a faint radiograph, hardly visible. A minute's exposure is sullicieut to tell i a true from a false stone. A Brsron trt Hope To those afflicted with kidm-v or bladder diseases is Foley's Kidney Cure. Cuarantced. For Vale by T. II. Thomas. t Subscribe for Tilt Auot: TOWN TALK. . SirnwU-rrie-; at Long's. II. 1. Mack is in Chicago. But a home of Reidy Bros. Smoke Kinship it-cent cigar. The fivshost eggs at Maucker's. Slipjiers giveu away by lhdly Rio. Lee's Little (Jem is the liest broom. Popular wall pajn-r at popular prices at Sutcliffe's. Mrs. Ellen Fuller returned home from Chicago last evening. Try a package of shredded whole wheat biscuit for sale at Hess Bros. Rev. and Mrs. Ira W. A Men wel comed a new daughter at their home last night. When in need of plumbing givl lis a trial. Stewart & Sclmfer. Sit) Twentieth street. The Missionary guild of Trinity (Ktrish holds its regular monthly meeting at the church tonight. The piano recital bv August Ilvlles- ted at library hall. IivciiM.i t. to night, promises to lie a musical treat The Rock Island suit-district of the Kpworth League holds its annual convention at Reynolds. Iieginning this evening. A valuable horse lielonging to John T. Campbell, of Nmth Heights, died Wednesday, having lieen poisoned by eating leaves from an oleander tree. Capt. H. C. Cleavclanil. John Cru baugh and Henry ("arse have gone to Pittsburg to arrange accommodations for Evert "s Commamlery at the Knights Templar triennial conclave in October. C. E. Battles and Edward De Rue have let a contract for the erection of an $X.I!iM) 2-story brick building. IIM.O feet, on Fifteenth street Ih tweeii Fifteenth and Sixteenth ave nues, in Moliue. Dr. C. W. (Irafton. brother of Rev. T. W. (Irafton. has secured rooms iu Mitchell & Lynile's building, where he w ill follow his profession as a den list. He is a graduate of the State University of Iowa. Iowa City. SutclilTe docs not want you to take his word for it. but it is a fact, never theless, that his stock is the liest. the selections the largest and the prices the lowest. You will lie convinced by one visit to his big exclusive wall paper house ou Second avenue, oppo site the court house. P. T. Walsh has withdrawn from the Eil wards iSc Walsji Construction Co.. having disimseil of his interest to A. A. Arnoiild. who has U-en asso ciated with the company fur some time. It is understood Mr. Walsh contemplates going into business on his own account. Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Roar have a letter from their son Aliie. w ho is sergeant of the Rodman Rifles at Springfield. in w hich he scak . cheerfully of the way the Imys arc faring and conducting themselves de spile the fact that they are deprived of all the comforts of home. Mrs. II. L. Huvett. wife of Dr. Joseph Huvett. of Milan, died this morning at i :o I. She was Imh ii hi Pennsylvania 71 years ago. She leaves licsiile her husband four daughters and one son. Mrs. Marv Moorhead. at home: Mrs. (I. W. Scars, of S-ars; Mrs. Dr. M. Chriswcll. of Joy. 111.; Mrs. C R. Svdnor and Dr. H. J. Iluyett. of Milan. The funeral will tal.e place from the bereaved home tomorrow at 2 p.m.. with interment in Chippianock cemetery. DiMMiport lodges of the order of Knights of rvthias are forming a (-iiipau v of ot cr 1 00 men. who will form a regiment. comMisi-d mostly of the finely drilled lucmlicrs of the uni form rank of the order, which will In offered to the government at ail early dale. Several other eastern Iowa cities are iu the same movement, and their imhii bined companies will proha Id v lie commanded by J. C. M. inches ter. of Ottumwa. colonel of the 2d rcgimerlt of the uniform rank of Iowa and a veteran of the late civil war. llui'kl-n' Arnica Salve. The lie.-t salve iu the world for cuts bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum fever sores, tetter, chapjicil hands. chilblains, corns and all skin ciuii tioiis. and positively cures piles or no pay required, it is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money re funded. Price 25 cents pr box. For sale hv Jlarlz iv I llemever. HIk uhihDsiii i'ureti In Itof. 'Mystic Cure"' for rheumatism and neuralgia rad'cally cures in oue to three days. Its action upon the sys tem is remarkable and mysterious. It n moves at once the cause and dis ease imuiiilialcly di-.picars. Tin- first dose greatly benelits. 7.t cents. Sold by Otto (irot jan. l.'iOl S-cfind avenue., druggist. Rock Island; (Just ScMegcl A: Sou. 2-.'i) West Scoiid .-trect. "Dav enport. For liver rlfly Venn Mrs. Winslow's Snithing Syrup lias U-en used for children teething. It soothes t he child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures w ind colic, and is the ls-t remedy for diarrhoea. U't cents a Isitlle. Why They Are Better. I hc woman who selects her spring millinery, aided by the possibility of our large and well selected stock, may be sure of getting the correct thing. The peculiarities of this seasomillincry Is very marked. The correct hat is a com posite of Richness, Hlegince and Good Taste. Our variety of such millinery is endless, and we have trimming talent capable of producing these advanced sty!es. You pay nothing extra for these at . Swan son's Millinery, 100 West Second Street, DAVEIIFOnT. Age and Purify Guaranteed hv ihi riiivprnmpnt J a Sr - v vaaaaa, M 4 issssss Note the labels on the J Q nottlcs. Kentucky s lending brands are OLD i 4 t HERMITAGE W f K C4l'TiO urc ,hl' In'crrnl Kevenne Stsmt. m-rr the Cork still Ct i ''' - "" br: U.c name . 4. t sisft I Ca. It is a Coverrircnt Cnarantcc that foes with this bottlinf ALL. IHiALKKS Sslil-U IT r.l "it" ' X' T1 "V1 ""i "T "4- it""T""-r4-"'-r7 4T" " y I DOLLY BROS. Open Until 9 Sporting and Ball Glove MADE TO ORDER BENNETT'S GLOVE STORfi Largest Stcck in the West. BEER OF JUST THE RIGHT AGE Comes from onr brewery. It U the UvorfU of the laborer, the r.pienre, the rich mtn kdI tbe poor au, In flavor is delicious, its bldy" right to pleae U tact. Made right here at home of tho finest malt and ehotoeit hope, nd by the most ndvsnoed process; why shcnlda't 'ROCK ISLAND1 be tbe beet? . - TELEPHONE 1089. A few notes regarding spring goods that can be found by look ing at this ad. Here are srmo prices we quote: Spring novel ties in snits the prices range from f 18, 20, K, f 23 and np. The prices in the spring trousers range from i, 15.60, f, fi.60 and upward. Come in and see onr fine line. Gus. Englln, Uansgsr, 1803 S::::l ft PARI DON Sc SON. K,V Painters and Decorators Paper Hangerr, Calsominers, CROW lj AND .4 307 TWENTIETH STREET, COCK ISLAND. O'clock Evenings. Goods -AT- ROCK ISLAND BREWING Op etc. beveateeota Street.