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THE ABGrTJS, THURSDAY OCTOBER 25, 1900.
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ilftRGEST STOVE PLANT IN TH EWORLD!
, - - - - -.
Charles Uleuer, Sole Lessee ana Mgr
Sunday, Oct. 28.
:r:ir.l pecnio production with marvs
lous l:t,'f t rl!-';ts A carload ' spe
cial sccitry i'rcer;t.-d by the liat-e-I.ist.T
Co. including many old time
I "i ices 10c. -0e and 206. Seats on
sale a-. I'leuer s.
the travelers guide.
fHICAGCJ, ROCK ISLAND
v' Pacltlo Kailway Tickets
can be purchased or bapxape
checked at li. 1. it P. Twentieth
i7? Sepot. corner Fifth avenue and
Tn'rty-nral street. Krais- li I'lummer, Agett.
I ET. I WEST.
lenver Limited i(lrr.ab... t 3:10 arol 3:OJ am
Ft. Worth. Denver s.K.C.t 5:05 amjtlO.-SS pm
(imnla iind I K's M'ines.
t(Jrc.ii;a .Mini 'atoils..
Orn iha A; Liiu'oia Kx
t V&0 am W:00 pm
H:nfi a:n 1I:I0 pm
7:SS um!U:10 pro
tUrnver. LlriCo.n A Omaha. pm! rt::tS am
fe.iver. L!ri"ia & Omaoa.. 3:Vi ani, 3:0." am
Htn Molnrt. 1-j.prcis ra't 1-f.'! am
Kin-It Inland & Hureau Ac. j 4 3il pin 6:::n ptn
Hi. I'aul A. Mlnncapnl's : wilt S:iK pm
Ueivcr, H. Worth & IC : ani10'4rt pm
Kin-a(.'!ty.SiJ..tr,liUovr 'HMO pmt am
Kotrk Island .t W'a-it.liirrtoii 1I:V) pmt 3:.V pm
Clitoa'o & Iws M'r.es. . . It - IS pin! J 3: IS ptn
Rock Inland & ItrooKlyu Ac f:3S pmit 7:10 am
t tnaha it Kok Island... . 0:35 ptn I
iCbietwo. & laverport I It 7:00 pm
Dally except Saturday,
e photic itW.
JUUv. except Sun
AU others daily. Tel-
jO.'iiL'ji-'i'JUl r-(rxt 3vev -- oTtn
M. J. YOCWO.
Bt L. Hprlcptleld. lVor;a.; i
Hur Qu'.n. via Moncioutb 8.&3 km 7:16 pm
Chicago. S ter:lnt, Clinton & !
Iubuque. t 7:45 .? t 8:10 pm
i'eona, MearostoT-c. liur 1
llnrtoa, Denver ard west 2:40 ptr
t 8:40 am
Hi. i'aul & MlnneapoitH 7:50 pro
Btcrl'.ni.t'Hr.ton A Dutiuquf ! 7:50 pm
Bt. L., Katis C. Ienvcr Sl:
f0. coant via tiaicsburR. 7:15 pm
Dally. tDaliy except suaday.
TJAVKM11RT, KOCK ISl
and Ntirihwcs'cra rail
way ("The Trl t'ity Kute.")
f'lfsciiKer station at K.xk
Isiiiiid c l'eor'.a tlcpot f't of
Twentieth street. U V. Hit
ry. LJ. . A., D.ivenport.
Iowa. City tieket oilce, l""!
Second Avenue. Geo. W.
Wood. A pent.
C'llnton, Strllnif. Chloairo.
Clinton. :rlcri. Dmatia.
IK'tiver. Kiekford, Janes
vlile. Matllson (leave Dav-t-tipMrt,
Clinton. Chleatro, Dixon.
Ster'.lnr (r. Davenport
Clinton. Omaha, Sioux City,
tTtah and Paeitie Cr:t.l..
Clinton. StTlin, Dixon.
I'b'tvijtu. Cedar Raylds,
Cllntou. CbU-avr.). Janes
vlll Madison. Kuekforl.
Clinton. Denver, Omaha.
:C0 ami 7:00 cm
Trains marked dally. AH others daily ex
cept Sunday. .
"ST. rACL ra'Jwav 14a
c'.ne & Soutn western DIvMod
Depot Twcntierb Klreek
between Kirst and Second
avenue. W. W. Urtckln
r:ilfc-e, Atrect. :
THAI I.CAVK. AHKlVa.
M'liH.J Kx press 7 30 air II:". ) lc
St. i'aul Ksprcsi : 4 i pm r.iv pm
Vrelpht andaffeom ' f.:U0 pm 10:80 ax
All train dally except Sunday.
TCK ISLAND &. PEOKIA
Kail way Depot First ave
nue -nd Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson. Uer.eral Paasen
rer Agent. Passenger trains
leave C R. I. & P. (Mo
line avenue) depot Ave (.)
tc'.njtes earlier than time
given. K. L. Goff, Agent.
i i.aAra. AHRiva
Spr gueid, CioainnaJ, leo-i
rla, etc I
Peoria. Spiinffficld. Si. Li
!. et ami
Peoria KxresB , 7:36 pml
iTona, tpringneia, liccuj--
Cable A Sherrard Aeeom..
Cable A Sbtrrard Aecom..'
Cable & S.iorrard A'com..
Tralrs marked daily; all other train dally
In all ii '.i'fs fierc
Ft.oulJ be civit-.j-csi.
EIj's Cream Dalrn
c:o-rt.- ,.ul.e? 'ir.il hc?J
lh ui-'ta--c.l r.oiurutic.
It citrv catarr j ai..'. dnvc
y a c-.J la ths hud
Cream Calm is placed lata the nortrs, tpread
otpt the membrane and : absorbed. Eelief iim
CKsliate and a cure fallows. It is net drying dcs
not produce eneezins. Irge Sire, 60 eent at Dru.
g! t or by mail ; Trial SUe, 10 cent by mail.
. ELY EliOTHrKS, W Wartea Suec Kew Totk.
i .n pre ii:ia am I I
" a.a- L
I w-.V LJIU I
2:20 pm II
7 55 am U
iru so Iff ry
tiar-Mea!th :s v.-armr.tcd ,
lo rcr.tr gray, while or
Meaclicd r-nrto iU youthful SwHJ)
color and beauty. It re- Ss?
moves tlandrutf and smds VfTt3
f.illins and breaking of tle
l :.;r. U is not a u t, ar.d
i ill not ciirrlr scalp or
c". ttiiin. 1 i.U Ikv-t t'ml
acts -n the r ots. civin;
tiiem the rcqui.e-.l rtourish-m-rut
and ;'?iin -oiy rr.
gucc luxuriant ha:r or bald
heads. Keep inn scaiT
i. can and healthy, lioca not nib off and b not greasy.
Hay's HairHsalth. friTrant hairdresinc. brinjy
baLK original colo , -ofiethcr irrozun, block ergttddtit.
Ask. tot Hay's Hair-Health ..nd refuse all substi
tutes. H.H.H. :s sold by lu ;.jij dru:;tfists everywhere.
Sent ly ex;rcss, in.paid. in plain scaled package by
INi"-:; St i i.v i'..s,t liroadway, N. Y.. also a 25c.
cake Martina MeJtcaicd Soap, best a; ir toilet,
bath, ,tn and I..ar. Ail on rctciDt ot doc. and this ad.
LARGE 50c. hOTTI.ES- AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
HESS & HEAD
quickly t horfv tj an tavkiMo devlc : bc-:par a. flaw'
al iM'tair- dud acd ecdond by ptoyil.
Sftaaa. vrit- u fr'. lil o.ts.ht .Y.a
tut UtttMzuKvl Ulvi&.ol te.ttujuuau AO pKOA
IM-ID eve. J'. roiivt.niitlion. owu ..'
For sale exlus!vely by T. II. Thomas
Nothlnif but a loc
al rMiiely fr change
of climate will cure
CATAKICII. IH- w L
The Sprcilic W . frJ J JT
It Is fjuickly ab
sorbed. Clivea re
lief at once.
Opens and clpnnses the Nasal Passages
Allays iiiUainmaticn, heals aid protects the
rcenibran?, restores the senses of taste trod
STiiell. No cocaine, no mercury, no injur
loas drtii;. Itt'cular size 5Cc; fauiiiy size
51. at rtriifsilitr or by mail.
LLY IJKOillLiiS, 5 i Warren St. New York
frx it ll:t It (MKT.
Tn tij 10c (tr.Civt -" Cm.
'f f ,.i' t
' . all Jt X ...
I r n . ! if
FILL YOUR HOME UP
With warmth before tlack Frost
enters. We'll hustle a ton or
two of the lest coal, or a cord of
choice wood to your coal bin right
awaj if jou saj so, say it.
E. B. McKOWN.
Phone 119S, Fifteenth street and
Best Dining Car Service.
13 11 rw n m a i a II n
f tiJiirtil 1'
How He Would Punish Lead
ers of the, Striking
Mark JJonna is reported bs saying la
Chicago that "any man who would iit
a straw in the way of a settlement of
the great coal miners strike now pro
gressing In Pennsylvania should be
taken out to the nearest lamppost and
If Mr. Ilanna means that the Repub
lican coal operators and tbeir financial
backers in New York and London wh
have made a bogus and barren offer tt
the 00 cents a day miners of a 10 .
cent Increase of pay or rather of a r.
duction in the price of powder should
bo hanged, we can only reply that he
knows them better than we do and is
better able to measure their deserts.
From Ilanna's antecedents, however.
we are inclined to believe that he
wants to bang the leaders of the min
ers' union for daring to assert that 90
cents a day is not enough for a man to
support his family on and that the mil
lionaires who are wallowing in wealth
made for them by the miners' Industry
ought to be willing to allow the miner
a living wage out of what he earns.
Ilanna's remark may seem extrava
gant, but It has a great deal of mean
Ing. We have Scriptural authority for
the saying that "out of the abundance
of the heart the mouth speaketh."
Four years ago it would have seemed
Incredible that a president of the,Unit-
ed States would use the regular army
to arrest law abiding miners and hold
thorn as prisoners on the charge that
they Iteloriged to a labor union. Yet
that is just what McKInley did in Ida
ho less than two years ago. It may
seem like the ravings of a madman for
llantia to want union men hanged be
cause they stand up for the rights o
their fellow men. Yet the election of
McKinlcy on Nov. G will be a direct In
vitation to just such a tragedy before
another four years are over. New
MIS5 CLARA BARTON ILL.
Ia Reported Improving and Expected
Soon To Be About Again.
Galveston. Tex., Oct. 23. Miss Clara
Barton, president of the Red Cross so
ciety, who has been in Galveston for
the past six weeks, has leen ill for sev
eral days. Last night she was rejKirt
ed Improving, however, and physicians
say sue will soon be up ami about
The report circulated that Fhe was
dangerously ill was denied by her asso
ciates last night, who said that she had
suffered only an attack of the prevail
Ing stomach complaint. Mi.--s Davis. the
nurse who is in charge, induced her pa
tient to accept i dicine aijd. nourish-
menr, ana sne is recovering.
A ii a These Re'Civfiizutioh's Own.
Lexington, Ky., Oct. Another
feud has broken out in Clay county
between the Philpots and the deputy
sheriffs under Sheriff Hen White, head
er! by the friends of Felix Davidson,
on t lie other side. Monday Iavld Da
vidson, father of Felix Davidson, the
deputy who was killed Ijy n Philpot
a few weeks ago. was killed, and
several others wounded in a fight in
front of White's store.
"Conscience Makes Cowards," Etc.
London, Oct. 'J7i. "Great uneasiness
was created in palace circles," says the
Constantinople correspondent of The
Daily Mail, "by a report that an Amer
ican squadron was approaching, and
the censor was instructed to prohibit
the press from mentioning the ub-
is the deadliest and most pain
ful milady to which mankind
is subject. Dodd's Kidney
Pills will cure any case of
Erigln's Disease. They hava
never failed in one single case.
They arc the only remedy that
ever has cured it. and they are
the only remedy that can.
There nrc imitations of Dodd's '
Kidney Pillj pill, box and
name but imitations are dan
gerous. The original and
only genuine cure for Bright'
Dodd's Kidney Pills are fifty
cents a box, at all dealers.
Winter Tourist Rates
Qnickeat time to St. Louie.
The only line running through
trains between the
TRI-CITIES AND PEORIA.
Three trains daily including
a fat evening train. For
particulars call on
U L & P. Agent or Address.
41. A. PATTERSON,
General Passenger Agent,
Uock Island, Dl.
COLOR LIKE CLOSELY DRAWN
Wliich Cause av Bitter Feellns; Between
Hie Races in Fair Cuba.
Santiago de Cuba, Oct. 23. The de
parture of the Provincial delegates to
participate In the proceedings of the
forthcoming constitutional convention
at Havana caused an immense demon
titration yesterday afternon. It is es
ti mated that they were escorted to the
wharf bv upwards of l.otRi persons,
cf whom nine-tenths were colored peo-
The political parties are drawing the
color hue very closely, auu mis is caus
ing bitter feeling between the races.
The whites predict that the convention
will last a year, alleging that most of
the delegates will prefer ?Jlm a month
to the establishment of a Cuban re
public. All the local papers dramatic
ally exhort the delegates to fulfill their
duty and quickly expel the Americans
from the islands.
CONSENT OP THE GOVERNED.
Will It Come t'p if We Buy These Island
ft. Thomas, Danish West Indies
Oct. 23. Intense adverse feeling has
been excited- here by the renewal of
the report that Denmark intends to sell
the Danish Antilles to the United
States. A meeting of the colonial eoun
eil has been convoked at St. Croix for
the purpose of making a formal pro
The newspapers discuss the ques
tlon deelarliig in bold type "We Do
Not Wish To Be Sold." There is no
desire, much less enthusiasm, among
the population to belong to the Lnited
Operation on Senator Davis.
St. Paul. Oct. 23.-'Senator Davis,
who has been suffering for the past
month from blood poisoning, under
went a second operation yesterday aft
ernoon, which it is thought will obviate
the necessity for the ampliation of one
or more of his toes. While vampulgn
Ing in the east the senator suf
fered a slight abrasion of the foot
the dye from his hose entered this
and caused the complications that en
Von Ttuelow Explains Ills Alms.
P.erlin. Oct. 23. Count von P.uelow,
the new Imperial chancellor, while
presiding yesterday at the ministry of
state, made a long speech, in which
he explained his aims and emphasized
the indispensable necessity of a strong
and united government in order to
carry out the domestic policy which
the country demands and requires.
One Week More of the Fair.
Paris. Oc t. 23. The government has
decided to prolong the exposition for
an additional week. It will close Sun
dav. Nov. 11. One day will be devoted
to the poor, with readmission. That
night the exposition will be Illumi
nated as on siHH-ial nitrlits. It is ex
pected that a million visitors will be
present that day.
Twenty-Four Persons Drowned.
London. Oct. 23. A special dispatch
from Madrid says the French steamer
Faidherbe (late Chlgwell), was sunk
yesterday in collision with the French
steamer Mitidja. The Mitijda rescued
eight of the crew of the Faidherbe, but
twentv-four other members of the
crew of that vessel were drowned,
Assault on Mikado's Wife.
London, Oct. 23. The Tokol cor
respondent of The ITaily Express re
ports an outrage upon the empress of
Japan. He says that while her maj
esty was driving in the royal park a
lunatic threw a wooden clog at the
imperial carriage. Empress Ilaruko,
however, was not injured.
Letter That Hardly Ever Came.
Teoria, Ills., Oct. 23. Last Friday
morning C. L. Farrington, postmaster
for the village of East Peoria, re
ceived a letter which he had written
more than eight years ago to a friend
supposedly in Mitchell, Alaska. The
letter had eight postage stamps and
cancels on it.
State Otticial in a Fight.
Madison,. Wis., Oct. 23. As the re
sult of a night at the gambling table
Frank Roberts, deputy state game
warden, fired a shot into the abdomen
of R. J. Roberts, a Waukesha stock
buyer, in this city yesterday morninsr.
The shooting occurred on the sidewalk
in front of the Capital House. The
bullet struck an account book, was do-
fleetod. and the wound is not serious
Roberts was arrested and held in S3,-
Wants av Voting Qualification.
Atlanta, Ga., Oct 23. The Georgia
legislature convened yesterday. In his
message Governor Candler refers to
ballot reform as follows: "In the inter
est of good government and in the In
teres t of the negro race. I recommend
that an amendment to the constitution
be submitted to the people providing
for a qualihed suffrage based on an ed
ucatioanl or a property qualification
Double Explosion, Gasoline Tank.
John's Creek. Wis.. Oct. 23. A Caro
line storage tank containing ninety
gallons- exploded Tuesday afternoon
and four poundsof dynamitecartridges
added to the destruction. A clerk at
Frenslow's hardware store went with
a lamp to draw some gasoline. All
the window glass in the vicinity was
Droken, nut no one was hurt, by a
NEWS FACTS IN OUTLINE,
There Is a rumor of a revolution In
Joseph Chesser, a leading lumbeT
dealer, waa assassinated at Norton,
Kansas raised this year the biggest
crop of wheat ever credited to one
Miss Elise May Bell, daughter of Dr.
Alexander Graham BelL was married
in London to Gilbert II. Grosvenor, eon
of the president of Amherst college.
The exhibits at the Paris postage
stamp exhibition are insured for $400,
000. "At Chicago William Collins, a col
ored laborer, shot and instantly killed
Walter Adams, also colored, because
he would not settle a debt of 52.
Mrs. Charles Noll, of Chicago, bat
tled with a burglar who entered her
home and routed him with a broom
stick. Japan has passed a .bill to prohibit
lads under 2(J years of ige from smolt-
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
Through, wide vestibule standard
coach between Itoek Island and Chicago
via the D.. K. I. & N. W. railroad and
theC. &N. W. railroad. The quickest
and best-line. For particulars inquire at
city ticket omce, 1503 oecona avenue,
or passenger station; foot of Twentieth
The D., U. I. & N. W. Ry. will sell
homeseekers' excursion 'tickets to
points in Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado,
Minnesota, the Dakotas, and other
points in northwest territory at one
fare plus f 2. Tickets on sale the hrst
and third luesday in each month.
For particulars al to rates, time,
etc., inquire at city ticket office,
1803 Second avenne, or passenger
station, foot of Twentieth street.
On Tuesday. Oct. 16, and on each
lnesdav thereafter, np to and in
cluding Nov. 27, the D., R.I. & N. W.
railway will sell second class
'settlers' " tickets to Helena and
Butte at 25 one way, $45 round trip.
To Portland, Seattle, Taeoma ,aad
Victoria. 30 one wav, 50 for the
round trip. To Denver and Ogden
$25 one way. Hound trip tickets
good oO davs. lor particulars in
quire at city ticket oflice, 1803 Second
avenue, or passenger station, foot of
PORTO RICANS DISSATISFIED
Still They Are Getting Onto Many Points
lit tne Isusiness of Polities,
San Juan. P. It., Oct p3. At a meet
ing of the executive committee of the
Federal nartv yesterday it was unani
mously decided to Invite the. Federals
to withdraw from further participa
tion in the campaign for the election of
a house of delegates and a coumussion
to Washington, and to urge them to
abstain from the polls on election day,
thus silently protesting against the
I he I ederals charge the government
with narrialirv. A imriiontv nf tlm
election Judges are Republicans. They
were apiointeti oy the executive coun
cil, composed of six Americans and
three native Republicans. The jfovero-
nicnt is .iln fh:i rfoil hv th Vmlo-tvila
with Helping the Kepubiieans by ger-
r ujiiuucruiij certain uisiricis.
BOERS A LOT OF TROUBLE.
Making It Very I'npleaxant Tor John Bull
In South Africa.
Cape Town, Oct. 21. Guerrilla at
tacks by the Boers are still giving
great trouble. General French en
countered continuous opposition in It is
march .from Carolina to Bethel, his
casualties numliering thirty-six. Aft
er the arrival or Lord Methuen at
Zeerust there was a reconnaissance in
force northward, which resulted on
Sunday in the discovery of large num
bers of Boers, who were only dislodged
after artillery and rifle fire laatin;
The British had four killed and ten
wounded. The Boers 'take shelter in
-farm houses, which are crowded with
women and children. Lonl Roberts is
distributing a fresh circular to the ef
fect that Boers voluntarily surrender
ing, who nave never taken the oath
of neutrality, will not be exiled, but
will be permitted to return to fheir
farni9 at the conclusion of hostilties."
Bismarck's Iron Nerve
Was the result of his splendid
health. Indomitable will and tre
mendous energy are not found where
stomach, liver, kidneys ana bowels
are out of order. If you want these
qualities and th6 success thev bring.
use Dr. King's New Life 1'iils. Unly
25 cents, at Ilartz & Ullemeyer's drug
Baft That Represents a Fortune.
LaCrosse. Wis., Oct. 23. The largest
lumber raft in the history of Missis-
ippi navigation passed down yester
day in tow of the inona steamer.
John II. Douglass. It contained 9,-
300.OOO feet of lumber besides a large
quantity of laths and shingles, anl a
low estimate of its value is $t;23,O00.
n ordinary raft is about fifteen cribs
long, this vras lifty-two long and eight
Acts gently on the
cuanses the System
-'tVr 2LTN "UZ2
staiiatiiig tiTood and Reg ula
ting IhcS tnranr.hs aatLBowdls cf
TicssandEcsLContairisrunUier Op¨Morpuirte nor "Mmp.ra1.
2ym H-S4MI TLUTCBKa.
J ljWi 'f fllHIr .
tion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
and Loss OF SLEEE
lac Simile Signature of
exact copy or wrapper.
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Permanently Located at 205
Devole all their lime to the treatment of Chronic Diseases and Surgery.
Their success in curing diseases that have been pronounced incurable
others is due to the following facts:
They have spent years in college and hospital training and special courses.
Thev have every scientific appliance that has been found useful 4n Di
agnosing and treating chronic diseases.
Their treatment combines the two
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Catarrh Can be Cared.
Hv the methods and annliances used hv the
GernKin-tniflisn Specialists. If you have it
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be pleased to refer you to numerous cases
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Diseases of the Lunps.
ISrnnchial Catarrh. Asthma and first staffs
of Consumption cured bv means of costly up-
pllances that carry the medicine direct to the
diseased p irts. Cases formerly regarded in
curahle quickly cured by these methods.
Their Hot Air treatment. Crow used in all
the lanre hospitals of the east) combined with
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If you are a suflerer investigate. Thev will
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St. Louis A. B. C Bohemian is
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other brand of
beer to com
pare with it
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SPECIAL WALL PAPERS
For Kitchen and Bath Rooms.
We have a few short lots of genuine varnished tiles, washable,
regular 30 cent value, while they last only
There are only 6. 8 or 10 rolls of a kind, so bring the measure
ment of your rooms.
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO...
NOBBY SPRING SUITING.
All the very latest novelties in Bpring suiting will be
found now. on display at Gus Englin's. Spring suits
, $18, $20, $22 and $25 and upward. Call and examine
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
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Diseases of the Eye.
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