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THE ABGTJS. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 1900.
" Charles Bleuer, Sole Lessee and Hp
Sunday, Oct. 28.
Grand scenic production -with marve
lous stage ejects. A car load of spe
cial scenery. Preented by the C'bsfce
Lister Co. including many old lime
10c. 20c and 30c. Seats on
Bale al Hleuer's.
DURTIS OPERA HOUSE,.
Direction, of Chamberlain Kindt & Co.
Tuesday, Oct. 30.
"BECAUSE SHE LOVED
THE SAME STRONG COMPANY
AS LAST SEASON.
Prices II, 75, 50 and 2c. Seat Sale at
4 ' I'
A Cannel Coal Fire.
When conversation lags, there al
ways food for thought, fancies, visions
In the bright elow of coal fire flames
comfort and warmth as well. You
should order a ton of Cannel Coal of
Krazer at once and keep a Hre going in
the Krate until it Ls cold enough to start
E. G. FRAZER.
EUGENE Given Free
pipi R'C to each pemon Interested
ItLM O HubsTibiu(f to the Ju
(Tese field Monument
pnCMC Souvenir Fund Sub
rUfclllw scribe but uinotint de
sired. Subscriptions as
AC7 flfj low as 1 00 will entitle
donor to LLsdaintly artis
R((K "Field Flowers"
QUUf (cloth bound, xll. br a
ccrtaicate of huoscrle
Tbellook of t:on to the fund. Hook
the een- contains a selection of
turv Hand- Field s best and most reo
Houicly II- resentaiive works and is
lusiratrd ready for delivery.
iv thirty- I tut for the noble con
two of tne tribution of the world's
World's greatest artists this book
Urentest could not have 'been
Artists. manufactured for less
than (7 0).
1 he Fund created Is divided equally
between it f family of the late F.ugene
FiHd and the riindor the building of a
monument to the memory of the be
loved poet of childhood. Addrcs
Eocene Field Monument Sonvenlr
(Also at liook Stores) l-tf Monroe St.,
If you also wish to send postage, en
close 10 cts.
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tween Tri-Cities, Chicago,
Clinton and all points via
tho C, & N. W. railway.
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depot, foot of Twentieth street.
L. F. BERRY, G. 1.
Winter Tourist Rates
Quickest time to St. Louis.
The only line ru nning through
trains between the
TR! 'CI TIES ASD PEORIA.
Three trains daily including
a fast evening train. For
particular:; call on
K I. & P. Agent or Address.
M. A. PATTFRSON,
General Passenger Agent.
Rock Island. 111.
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Professional Cards. g
McCASKRLN & McCASKRIN,
Attorneys at Law.
Bock Island and Milan. Rock Island office
over Krell & Math s store. Milan offlce o
B. C. COSSILLT. B. D. CONKBTXY.
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
Attorneys at Law.
Office over Thomas' drug
store, corner of
Second avenue and Seven-
JACKSON & HURST,
Attorneys at Law.
Office In Rock Island National Bank Bulldlnir.
M. L- LCDOUH. ROBERT. B. BETXOLD3
LCDOLPU & REYNOLDS,
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General legal business. No
tary public. 1705 Second avenue, ituford
C. I WALKER.
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office In Bengston block.
C. J. 8 BAULK.
C. B. MARSHALL.
Attorneys at Law.
Transact a general legal business.
McENUiY & McENIRY.
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on good security: make collec
tions Kefeience. Mitchell & Lynde, bankers.
OUlce, Mitchell & Lynde building.
JOHN K. SCOTT,
City attorney of Rock
Mitchell A Lynde building.
Island. Room 4,
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
Special attention to diseases of women and
children, lilso diseases of eve. ear, nose and
throat. Office bours &: to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p.
m. Zil Sixteenth street. Rock Island.
i R BtTBKHART. M. D.
MRS. H ADA II.
BCBKHART, M. D.
DRS. BURKHART &
Office Tretnann block. Office hours S to 12 a.
m.. I to Band " to 9 p. tm. I'hone No. Vi, Rock
Island, 111. Nibt calls answered from office.
C. T. FOSTER, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Offlce between Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth street. OUlce hours. U to 11a.m.,
1 to 4 p. m. and 7 to tf p. in. Nit-nt calls from
office. Phone 4ur4.
DR. S. II. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
All diseases of horses and cattle treated on
aporoved principle". Surgical operations per
formed in a scieutltlc manner. IJobs treated.
All calls promptly attended to. Residence.
1110 Fourth avenue. Telephone 40(32. Offlce
and lndrmary, Frlck & Kautz s livery barn.
DR. U. EMMET STEEN,
Specialist and expert In the treatment of
nervlous, private and all chronic diseases of
men and women.
Hours: 10 to 12. 2 to 4. to 8. Sundays 10 to
li. Harrison unJ Second streets, opposite
new lioston store.
DR. M. A. HOLLINGSWORTU,
Office. Harper House Pharmacy. Nigh
calls phone 4381.
DR. A. L. THOMPSON.
Psycho Magnetic Healer.
Chronic diseases. Functional disorders, all i
nervous and mental troubles can be cured.
Hours W to 12: 1:30 to 8 and 7 SO to 0:30. 1907
Fourth avenue, between Nineteenth and
DR. ANNA PELHAM.
1730 Twentieth Avenue.
DR. II. G. TRENT,
9 to 12; 1 to 5. Y. M. C. A"
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms over the Hoton Shoe Store.
Office hours from 8 to 1- a. m. and 1 to 0 p.
J. T. TAYLOR,
Offloe hours F;S0 to 12 a m.. 1:30 to 5:00 d. m
1IWS Eighteenth street. ODDOalte Union office
DRACK & KERNS,
Architects and Superintendents.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Chlpplannock Nursery, ,
Cat Flowers and Designs of all Kinds.
City store, 1907 Second avenue, oiphouraa
10 . ...
Subscribe for Tax Asgcs.
Celestial Rulers Give Part of tho
Programme of Punishment
of the Butchers.
ETJSSIA IS PUT IN A CORBIE
Importance-of Kang Yi's Death-
Powers Slow About
London. Oc-t. 27. According to the
latest Pekins and Yokohama dis
patches the tirst meeting of the for
eign representatives -with reference to
the peae ngotiations should have been
Washington. Oct. 27. The text of a
communication h.mdfd by the Chinese
minister to the secretary of state yes
from Viceroy Chang Chi-Tung, dated
Oct. 23, states that the governor of
Shensi has report-d that Kang Yi died
on Oct. IS; that Yu Hsien (late govern
or of Shensi) lias committed suicide by
swallowing gold loaf, and Prince Tuan
has not been uormittt-d to accouimpany
the court. A cablegram dated Oct. 24
from Director General Sheng states
that an imperial decree has 1wen issued
directing I'rinee Chine and Earl LI to
hx and submit for approval the several
penalties to be inflicted on those princes
and ministers that ought to be pun
ished. no adds that K.uig Yi has died
of sickness, and that Prince Tiun and
Prince Chwang have not been allowed
to accompany the court to Shensi.
Kanir-Yl's Death Is Important.
Minister Wu regards this act as tha
result of the disfavor which the high
otlicials have received from the throne.
The death of Kang Yi is an important
event, as he was one of tlie ringleaders
whose punishment was demanded by
the powers, lie held the tvosition of
assistant grand secretary and president
of tho civil board, and also was one of
the six Chinese- statesmen making up
the rn-lvv council, or cabinet, which is
the bodv nearest tho throne. Follow
ing tlie demands of Jhe powers for his
pnnislinn'tit an edict was issued hand
ing him over to the board of censors
to consult and decide upon aponaltyfor
bis misdoing. The same edict ordered
the punishment of Prince Tuan. but it
was thought that the Tuan influence
would secure leniency for Kang-YI and
Powers Golnc Slow Abont Tlint Alliance.
In diplomatic quarters there Is frit
to be some significance in the fact
that France, Ilussia and Japan, as well
as the United States, have not yet ac
cepted the invitation to accept the
principles of the Anglo-German alli
ance. It is understood that this non
action of the powers is not due to any
concerted movement among them, al
though earh appears to be halting on
the third clause. A diplomatic otlieial
said vesterday that on mature consid
-ration of this third clause it was seen
to involve two construe! ions; in-fct, mat
if any power took territory in China
as a result of the present trouble, then
Germany and Great Ilrltain also would
take territory; or scond. that if any
country took territory in China, Ger
many and Great I'.ritain would seek
to prevent this action, or otherwise
jointly a-t against the country seeking
to extend it, domains.
Puts Russia Into a Corner.
T nder these circumstances, it was
said, the powers probably would seek
to learn Uussia's views on the third
clause, as Russian approval undoubted-
Iv would remove the idea that there
is anv possible menace intended. But
it is recognized among diplomatic of
ficials that it would le extremely diffi
cult to secure an expression from' Rus
sia on this point, as an unfavorable
rejoinder, which she might be expect-
-d to give, would amount to a declara
tion that she had some territorial de
signs on Manchuria, and a refusal to
answer would 1m? similarly open to
such construction. The impression Is
growing among the representatives of
those powers rliat the present non-action
will con ti que for some time.
Grand Jury Did Not Indict.
Charleston. Ills., Oct. 27. The Coles
county grand jury has adjourned
without retuming indictments again?
Acts gently on the
Kf DNEYS, LSVER
TiEANSES THE $VS7ZM
BBf t tVlNt - MAH'f O B3f
tne Jommerciai ciuo men sou tuners
who witnessed sparring matches In the I
chib rooms In this city on the night
of Sept. 20. Judge Dunn Instructed
to the grand jury to rigidly Investigate j
the bouts and indictments were expect-
i ed by many.
LATEST ISOLATION' SCHEME.
Isolate Latin America and the United ,
, States in Arbitration.
Washington, Oct. 27. Among lead
ing -South and Central American diplo
matist's in Washington consideration is
being given to a plaii for establishing
an international court or arbitration
similar to The Hague tribunal, but
having jurisdiction over countries of
the western" hemisphere, and with
headquarters probably in Washington.
Although the project has not as yet
taken formal shape it is received with
so much favor that it is sure to be
formally presented to the coming Tan.
American congress, which will assem
ble at the City of Mexico.
None of the South or Central Ameri
can countries was" represented at The
Hague conference, nor would The
Hague tribunal have jurisdiction over
their differences. But they always
have been strongly favorable to arbi
tration, and most of their border trou
bles are settled by this means. For
that reason it is believe! among their
diplomatic representatives here that a
permanent tribunal would toe of great
advantage to thein. One of the most
influential members of the corps said
yesterday that tne iortncoming plan
probably would model the court after
that at The Hague.
BRAVE FIGHT AGAINST ODDS:
One Unndred of Onr Boys Attack 1,400 of
the Filipine Forces,
Washington, Oct. 27. A reverse to
our troops is reported from Manila, but I
&iich.a reverse as would annihilate tliej
Filipino army if there were many oil
them. On Oct. 21 forty men of com
pany II, Thirty-third Infantry, and
sixty fien of troop L, Third cavalry.
attacked 1,400 insurgents east of Nar-
vican, Ilicos province, Luzon. The ene
my was posted in a strong position
and was composed of 400 ririenieu and
1,000 lKlomen. The light was hot, but
notwithstanding the bravery or our
troops they had to retire, which they
did in good order.
They lost in killed five men, as fol
lows: First Lieutenant George L.
Febiger, Charles A. Lindenberg, and
Wililam F. Wilson, company II, Thir
ty-third infantrv; Andrew T. Johnson,
farrier; Guy E. McClintock, troop L,
Third regiment United States cavalry.
Besides these, nine were wounded,
most of them slightly, and four are
missing. The enemy lost on a modest
estimate l.V. The enemy captured a
civilian teamster and an assistant sur
geon, but released them loth.
Gov. Allen's Daughter Wedded.
San Juan de Porto KIco, Oct. 27.
The inarirage of Lieutenant George W.
Logan, T". X., aide-de-camp to Gov
ernor Allen, and Miss Uertha Allen,
daughter of the governor, took place at
S:30 Thursday evening in the throne
room of the palace here, Avlsioh was
magnificently decorated with Toyal
palms, potted plants and pink flowers,
pink beiug the prevailing color.
Lett a Kecord Uehind Him. v
rittsburg. Oct. 27. Edward nerrry.
reputed to be tho oldest man in the
country, here yesterday, aged 1G years.
lie was born a slave in Culpepper,
a., m l.si. Dining ins long career
he was married Ave times, and is sur
vived ly his liftii wife, by whom he
had Hi irt een children. He is said to
be the father of sixty children.
Real Estate Man Tails.
Duluth, la., Oct. 27. William O.
Sherwood, senior member of the firm
of i . C. Sherwood & Co., real estate
and loans, has begun proceedings in
bankruptcy. Ills liabilities are given
ns i44)3.'..n.44, and assets estimated
at $143,401.47. Sherwood has been for
many years one of the most prominent
real estate men m this city.
Stevenson at Milwaukee.
Milwaukee. Oct. 27. Adlai Steven
son, associate or win mm j. i.ryan on
the national Democratic ticket, was
last night given a great ovation at
West Side Turner hall, which was
packed to overflowing. Stevenson was
preceded by Louis G. Bohmrich, can
didate for governor of Wisconsin, who
was also well received.
Believes It Is Only Bluff.
San Juan. P. It., Oct. 27. William
H. Hunt, secretary of Torto Rico, is
of the opinion that the resolution of
theexecutiveeominittec of the I-Vderals
to invite members of that party to stay
away from tne polls at the forthcom-
ing election is merely a ruse to mis
lead the Ilepublicans.
To Meet Oar Competition.
London. Oct 27. The Scotch steel
makers, owing to tho importation of
American steel plates, have reduced
their prices 5 shillings, making lo
shillings reduction in a fortnight.
These reductions. It is thought, will
fully meet the American competition.
China Wants to Give laml Away.
London. Oct, 2. "Emperor Nicho
las. says the t- Petersburg corre
spondent oi ine Daily Mail, "lias re
ceived a letter from the Chinese em
peror . asking Lirn to take the con
quered Manchunan provinces under
IHvldend for riankinton Creditors-
Milwaukee. Oct 27. The Plankinton
bsnk will oon declare another divi
dend. Tho creditors will rejoice there
at, inr tney nave waited a long time
for their money. The sum will prob-
niiy tie sufficient to make the total div
idends something like 75 per cent.
Oprratioa on John L.
New ork. Oct. 27. John L. Sulli
van, who was operated on Thursday
for hernia, was resting comfortably
last mght. The physicians say that
Sullivan will not 1h able to leave the
Jit'Sjutal for six weeks.
Ilnrt Himseir I'robably Katally.
Trerupoaleii. Wis., Oct. 27. Fred
icumau. oi tins city, ieu irorn a ledge
at one of the quarries and sustained
injuries that will probably prove fatal.
Another I'olitical Combination.
New York. Oct. 27. The National
Association of Anti-Imperialist clubs
has decided to affiliate with the nation
al Association of Democratic duU
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
Through, wide vestibule standard
coach between Rock Island and Chicago
via the D., R. I. & N. W. railroad and
theC. &N. W. railroad. The quickest
andbest-line. For particulars inquireat
city ticket oliice, 1803 becond avenue,
or passenger station foot of Twentieth
The D., R. 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 $ 2. Tickets on sale the first
and third Tuesday in each month.
r or particulars as to rates, time,
etc., inquire at city ticket oflice,
1803 Second avenue, or passenger
station, foot of Twentieth street.
On Tuesdav. Oct. 16, and off each
Tuesdav thereafter, up to and in
cluding Nov. 27. the D., R.I. & N. W.
railway will sell second class
settlers' " tickets to Helena and
Butte at $2.3 one way, $ 45 round trip.
To Portland, .Seattle, Tacoma and
Victoria, f 30 one wav, $50 for the
round trip. To Denver and Ogden
$25 one way. Round trip tickets
good 30 dava". For particulars in
quire at city ticket oflice, 1803 Second
avenue, or passenger station, foot of
Bismarck's Iron Nerve
Was the result of his splendid
health. Indomitable will and tre
mendous energy arc not found where
stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels
are out of order. If you want these
qualities and the success they bring.
use Dr. Kind's New Life Pills. Only
25 cents, at Hartz & Ullenieyer's drug
' A Card.
The manufacturers of Banner Salve
have authorized the undersigned to
guarantee it ior ourns, cuts, sores,
ulcers, tetter, eczema and all skin dis
eases, lour money back if it doesn't
do all it claims. For sale by all drug
Corn New, 35ctft3Sc: old. 43c.
Oata 21 e to io.
Hay Timothy, J10; prairie, 13.
Coul - H 00 per ton.
Butter Choice to fair, 18c: fresh creamery.
Bens 6c par pound.
Spring chlcben, 7c41;4C per pound.
CatUe Butchers pay for corn fed steere.
4Hcfl5c: co sand heifers 3c&4c: calves. lci
Sheep AH'on c.
Hofc- Ai 755.
Bears tfcs 9 J ' V,m tHejS Efi-jp
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0P1IE RECEPTIOI I
and Art Exhibition
t prr t rr
1822 THIRD AVE.
and Wednesday, Oct. 30
2 to 6 and 7:30 to 10
A magnificent display of
Everybody is welcome.
There are Nine British Doctors
And All Who Call at the Itrlllfth Medical
Institute, l(33 Third Avenue, Prior to
Nov. ZOth, Will have Their Cases
Studied by Several of Them
Without Charge and With
A stall of eminent physicians and
surgeons from the British Medical
Institute have at the earnest solicita
tion of a large number of patients un
der their treatment in this country,
established a permanent branch of
the Institutein this city at 1623 Third
These eminent gentlemen have de
cided to give their services entirely
free for three months (medicine ex
cepted) to all invalids who call upon
them for treatment between now and
No. 20. These services consist not
only of consultation, examination and
advice, but also of all minor surgical
lhe object in pursuing this course
j.s to become rapidly and personally
acquainted with the sick and afflicted,
and under no condition whatever will
any charge be made for any services
rendered for three months to all who
call before Nov. 20.
The doctors treat all forms of dis
ease and deformities, and guarantee
a cure in every case they undertake.
At the first interview a thorough ex
amination is made, and if incurable,
vou'are frankly and kindly told so;
also' advised against spending your
money lor useless treatment.
Male and female weakness, catarrh
and catarrhal deafness, cancer, with
out pain or cutting, rupture, all skin
diseases,' and all diseases of the rec
tum are positively cured by their new
Dr. T. O. Felts, the chief consult
ing surgeon of the institute, assisted
by one or more of his staff associates,
is in personal charge.
Office hours from 9 a. m. till 8 p.
m. No Sunday hours.
Special Notice If you cannot call,
send stamp for question blank for
Nothing but a loc
al remedy or change
of climate will care
The Specific Is
firs emi bah
It Is quickly b-
itSfo-S" r" COLD d H EAD
Opens and cleanses the Nasal I'asbazes
Allays inflamtnation, heals and protects the
membrane, restores the senses of taste and
smell. No cocaine, no mercury, no Injur
ious drag. ' Kegular bize 50c; family size
SI. at dratrglst or by mail.
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Have Your Hand Read
By the Greatest Expert
In America, Dr. MANDEVILLE.
LIFE'S SECRKrS. LOVE'S MYS
TERIES. MARRIAGE. DIVORCE, DIS
EASE, BUSINESS AFFAIRS. Tho
great palmist uses magnifying glasses,
reading the palm, fingers, thumb and
Never Marry a Lady With a Hand
Like This. Your Hand Re
veals Your Whole Life.
Never Marrv a Man With a Hand
To miss your calling in business is
bad; ko miss your calling in courting
and marriage is worse. If you miss
this opportunity for a full life reading
you may regret it. Crowds visit the
famous palmist. No Sunday business.
Charges reduced to 50 cents. Parlor
rooms 1327 Second avenue.
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