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TH23 AUGrTJS, MONDAY, PEBRUAIIY 1,1901.
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INGERSOL'S OLD HOME
NOW THE HOME O
LEWIS' SINGLE BINDER
VhocbThg Direction Of Chambejujn XinotJlC
Wednesday, Feb. 6.
A whirlwind of fun. The roaring farce
success. The sprightly
"The Girl From MaxImW
Roarsa jolly affair -Sew York Herald.
"The Girl from Maxim's' is the wildest
provoker of hlla-iiy that has startled
toe theatre-goers here thit many a day.
L'on'tsaya word, don't read a word
aoout her. but Just go and liush your
bed off at her mid pranki" So sats
the Boston Herald. Presented with
the bit: caitand complete Criterion the
atre. New York, production.
Prices 1 50, 61, 75c. 5jc and 25c.
DURTIS 0PERA HOUSE.
Direction, of Chamberlain. Kindt ft Co.
Thursday, Feb. 7
OTIS SKINNER and awnciatc players
Including GRACE FILKINS, MaUU
DUKBIN, GKORGE Na(-H and thirty
others, will present Mr. Skinner's new
Prices ILEA, II. 75c 50c and 2Sc Sale
begins Tuesday morning at Fluke's. -
Marlon K. Sweeney, Attorney.
Estate of Eliza E. Shaffer, deoeaseo.
The undersigned having oeen appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of E'iza E. bhaffer.
late of the county of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, nereby gives notice that he
will appear before the county court of Rook
Island couaty, at the eounty court room, in
the city of Kock Island, at the April term,
on the first Monday In April next, at which
time all persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to attend,
for the purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this I9th day of January, A. D. 1901.
FakisaiuK,R. SHtrnea, Administrator..
FACTS ABOUT DOLLS.
CAUSE OF THE ORIGIN OF THE WAX
AND CHINA VARIETIES.
They Were First tied to Show Off
Models of Cosily Dresses and la the
Sevemteenth Century .Were What
Fashion Papers Are Today,
The origin of the word doll la curi
ous. Centuries ago, when saints' names
were' much In vogue for children, St.
Dorothea was the most popular, and
her name the best and luckiest that
could be given to a little girl. "The
nickname was Dolly, or Doll, and from
giving babies the nickname It was an
easy step to pass it on to the little
Images of which the babies were so
The word doll Is not found In com
mon use in our language until the
middle of the eighteenth century, and,
as far as can be discovered, first ap
pears in The Gentleman's Magazine for
September. 1731, In- the following:
"Several dolls with different dresses,
made In St. James street, have' been
sent to the czarina to show the manner
of dressing at present In fashion amon
Previous to this the word used to
describe the favorite plaything of all
girls in all countries and in ajl ages
was "baby," which is to be round.
together with "poppet," or "puppet,
In this sense in the works of most of
the earlier writers.
The wax and china doll originated
In the middle of the seventeenth cen
tury. There .were no fashion papers
as now, and in order to show what was
being worn on the continent dolls were
beautifully and expensively dressed
and sent to the various European coun
tries, and from the. model orders were
taken. The dolls, to show off their
costly garb, must be made of more
precious stun: man woou, so nai iuu
china and even Ivory ones were maae.
Thuringla is the land where most
dolls are born puppet land, as it is call
ed on this account. About 200 years
ago most of the dolls were made in
Flanders, and they were called not
dolls, but'Flanders babies. There used
to be an old English couplet which ran
The children of Holland take pleasure In making
What the 'children of England take pleasure in
At one European doll factory of the
present day 100,000 dolls are produced
annually, some 500 men. women, and
children being employed. To make
one talking doll requires the joint labor
of 30 men. Dolls' eyes are made In un
derground rooms, into which the sun
light rarely peeps, and violet orbs are
the most difficult to color.. ' There is
one town in Germany where three
fourths of all the dolls' eyes in the
world are made. Only in the case of
the most expensive dolls is real human
In a doll factory are wood carvers,
hcadmakers, leg and arm makers, eye-
makers, portrait artists, hairdressers,
doll sewers and doll stuffers; also a
small army of fashionable dressmakers
The Ilindoo child Is probably the
only doll-less child In the world. The
littie Egyptians have th'eir wooden
"tJshabti." tbe same In style as 4,000
years ago. These were someumes
made of porcelain. When a child died.
Its dolls were buried with it, In the ex
pectation that their spirit forms would
rise anil do service in another world.
The paradise of dolls is Japan, where
they are most elaborately and gor
geously attired affairs. So are the dolls
of Kioto "genroku," as they are call
ed. They are often valuable wood
carvings, enameled in colors or statu
ettes of great artistic merit.
One of the most Interesting collec
tions of dolls in this country is that
belonging to the bureau of ethnology.
Washington. They are dolls of the Uoi
Indians of Arizona and are made from
the roots or subterranean branches of
the cottonweed tree, whittled out with
knives. They are decorated bright red.
yellow, green and represent Ibe gods of
the tribes the cod of. the snowtbe cod
The liability to disease is greatly
lessened vhen the blood is in good con
dition, and the circulation healthy and
vigorous. For then all refuse matter
is promptly carried out of the system ;
otherwise it would rapidly accumulate
fermentation would take place, tfie
blood become polluted and the consti
tution so weakened that, a simple
malady might result seriously.
A healthv, active circulation means
good digestion and strong, healthy
As a blood purifier and tonic S. S. S.
has no equal. It is the safest and best
remedy for old people and children
because it contains no minerals, but is
made exclusively of roots and herbs.
No other remedy so thoroughly and
effectually cleanses the blood of ini-
purities. At the
same time it builds
up the weak and de
bilitated, and reno
vates the entire sys
tem. It cures permanently all manner
of blood and skin troubles.
- . -r -r, -. 1 , -
I had Ecietnt on my hands and face for
flvn TRKn. Tt would break out in little
white pustules, crusts would form and
drop off, leaving the akin red and inxlac:
ed. The doctors did me no stood. X used
all the medicated soaps and salves without
benefit. S. 8. 8. cored me, and my akin
Is aa clear and smooth as any one's."
Mrs.' Henry Sieirfried, of Cape May. N.
J., says that twenty-one bottles of 8. 8. 8.
cured her of Cancer of the breast. Doc
tors .and friends thought her ease hope
less. Richard T. Gardner, Florence, S. C,
suffered forbears with Boils. Two bot
tles of 8. S. S. put his blood in rood con
dition and the Boils disappeared. ,
Send for our, free book, and write
our physicians about 3'our case.
Medical advice free. '
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, ATLANTA, SA.
that eats , up the ralhclouds," the " fire
god. the sun god and the corn goddess.
The TJni children play with these dolls
as other children do. Any one who
goes into a TJni habitation is certain to
see a. row of tbse dolls suspended
from the celling. When not in use.
they are hung up tin til wanted.
La Infantila is a doll with a history.
It Is made of clay and is considered by
its owner, a Mexican lady, and by
hosts of other persons to be a worker
of miracles, and quantities of costly
gifts are constantly offered to It. A
room in the house of its owner is set
aside for its exclusive use. Ilere It re
cliues in a canopy bed of solid silver.
It has beautiful dresses and rich jew
elry, valued at thousands of dollars.
Among its latest gifts is a magnificent
piano, which is played upon by, those
who visit the doll, as a part of the serv
ice of adoration. New York Sun.
Spanish II amor.
Some recent jokes from Madrid, gir
lng an Idea of contemporaneous Span
"But why do you marry so poor a
"To revenge myself. I have suffered
much in this world."
Ah, I understand an unhappy love
"No. I am marrying a poor woman to
make my creditors rave.
Gedeon goes to confer with the presl
dent of the Society For the Prevention
of Cruelty to Animals.
"What do you want?"
"I desire to be protected. My wife
treats me like a dog." .
"How do you find me, doctor?"
"Very bad. Tou are worn out, and it
is necessary that you give up all head
"That would ruin me, doctor. Don't
.you know I'm a barber?"
Among women friends:
"Now I am sure. that Ernesto wants
to marry me."
"What ground have you for saying
"I've noted that Ernesto begins to be
unable to stand mamma." Mexican
Wrltlnjr ata Ad.
Did you ever stop to think, you who
read the advertisement in the newspa
pers, just what it means to get up the
"ad." every day for a big department
store? The man in charge usually has
a staff of assistants, who are assigned
to certain departments of the store
each day. They must familiarize them
selves with the stock of these depart
ments, while the manager of the ad
vertising department himself is sun
posed to keep thoroughly in touch
with the entire stock of the store. He
Writes the general introduction to the
advertisement each day and edits the
copy turned Jn to him by his assistants.
just as an editor handles the copy of
his reporters. .
"Just as much care is taken with
this matter as though it were so much
imperishable literature," said the ad
vertising manager of a big department
store. "You sometimes bear of a fa
mous author spending hours over one
paragraph, writing it and rewriting it
to get the best and strongest effect.
You wouldn't think that would be nec
essary in writing an advertisement,
but it Is. My assistants sometimes
spend an hour over one sentence. There
is more science in writing an adver
tisement that will bring results than
perhaps in any other forai of compo
sition." Philadelphia Record.
While traveling In Cornwall in 1891
Kev. S. Baring-Gould came near being
overwhelmed ini bog. He and his com
panions got lost and at dusk found
themselves in a bog called Redmire.
Six bullocks had already been lost
there that year. Mr. Baring-Gould's ad
venture is related In bis "Book of the
"All at once I sank above my waist
and was being sucked farther down. I
cried to my companion, but In the dark
ness he could not see me, and had he
seen me he could have done nothing
for me. The water finally reached my
"Happily I had a stout bamboo some
six feet long, and I placed this athwart
the surface and held It with my arms
as far expanded as possible. By jerks
I succeeded in gradually lifting myself
and throwing my body forward till
finally I was able to cast myself at full
length on the surface. The suction had
been so great as to tear my leather
gaiters off my legs.
"I lay at full length gasping for near
ly a quarter of an hour before I had
breath and strength to advance, and
then wormed myself, along on my
breast till I reached dry land. My com
panion, it turned out, had bad a similar
In Franklin county the other day a
couple bearing the same name were
married. When the license was ap
plied for, the probate judge asked, as
the law requires. If- the bride and
bridegroom were related. "Well, Judge,"
responded the bridegroom, "we kinder
are, an we kinder ain't just what you
might call relations. You see, we weie
married together for quite a spell, but
ma thought she wanted a divorce, an
now we are goin to try It over again."
Kansas City Journal.
" Aa With Other.
She Were you ever . troubled with
He Yes; that's the way It affects
me. Yonkcrs Statesman. -
In his better moments stormy Car-
lyle used to say, "Kindness is the sum
of life, the charm to captivate and the
sword with which to Conquer."
NOUS OF: THE THEATRE
Jnle Wal t.prs. the cpntlpmnn tmmo
dropped off at -Harper's theatre last
night for his annual visit, presenting
his old-time comedy, "Side Tracked,"
a piece that offers him unlimited ecspe
for the display of his character work.
A number of specialties were offered
and the performance was altogether
Of all the plays produced last sea
son probably none proved more suc
cessful than The Girl From Max
im's." This is the latest, and it is
said the best French farce that has
been produced in this country. It is
now in its third year in Paris and is
still playing to crowded houses. It
has been highly successful wherever
seen in this country, and has caused
no end of comment. The farce is
Baid to fairly bristle with all sorts of
ludicrous matters and contains many
novel and ingenius situations. The
story told is that of the unhappy ad
ventures of ' a married man who,
going out on a nightly ramble, makes
the acquaintance of a gay y.oung
woman at Maxim's restaurant and
music hall. It is easy to imagine the
many complication and laughable
situations that would ensue. The big
company and entire Criterion theatre,
New York, production will be seen
Wednesday evening at the Burtis
w m w
Otis Skinner brings his new play,
Prince Otto," to the Burtis opera
house Thursday evening. "Prince
Otto" is Mr. Skinner's own dramatiz
ation of Robert Louis Stevenson's ro
mantic novel by the same name. The
scene of the action of the play takes
place in Kronefield, .province of Ger
many. Mr. Skinner is the prince
He is a light hearted fellow and sus
pects no one of wrong doing. There
are several dramatic situations during
the course of the story and capitally
played. In Mr. Skinuer's support
will be seen Miss Maud Durbin,
George Nash, Frank Sylvester, Eugene
Eberle and some 25 others. The
same elaborate production as was
presented at Wallack's theatre will be
FATHER FINDS BOY
DEAD NEAR HIS HOME.
John Heath's body, frozen and
cramped, was found in the street in
front of the family residence in Anna-
wan at 3 o'clock Saturday morning.
The discovery was made by his
father. Police Magistrate J. D. Heath,
who had become worried over the
failure of his 14-year-old son to come
home, and started for town to make
A deep stab at the right side of the
neck passing through the jugular
vein had caused death. That murder
had been done was the - Only conclu
sion the people of Annawan would
draw during the greater part of the
day, but the reason for such a crime
no one was able to give.
The discovery of a' hay knife in a
load of straw, which overturned in
the street Friday night, has given rise
to the theorv that the boy accidentally
killed himself with it. This straw
pile was a block awav from the place
in which the body was found. The
boy is supposed to have jumped into
the straw, cut his throat on the half
concealed knife, and struggled on,
falling at the gate of his father's
honse. Ibe coroner s jury adjourned
until Monday, being unable to secure
definite information of any kind.
xoung lieath was of a quiet, retir
ing disposition. As far as can be
learned he had no enemies. The lad
had gone out on the street after sup
per Friday, leaving no word as to
where he was going. For several
days he had been talking of going to
Kewanee to visit his married sister.
As the hours went by the father be
came worried, at.a finally, with a pre
sentiment that something was wrong,
got up from bed, and decided to go
out and look for the boy, and stum
bled over his body.
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
$27.30 to New Orleans .and return
Feb. 11 to 17 via R. I. & P. railway.
account Mardi Gras. New service and
The Burlington will have on sale
tickets to New Orleans and return,
account Mardi Gras, Feb. 11 to 17 in
clusive, at 427.80. bv all direct routes.
Tickets good returning until March 7.
The Burlington will have on sale
January 1st and 15th, and February
5th and 19th, home seekers excursion
tickets at one fare plus two dollars
($2) for the round trip to various
points in the north, south and west.
Low rate round trip tickets to a
number of points in the north, west
and southwest via the C K. I. & P.
railway Feb. 5 and 19. Very low one
way rates to a number of points in
Montana, Minnesota, North Dakota,
Oregon and California Feb. 12, 19 and
26. Call at ticket office for foil in
How to Core the Grip.
Remain quietly at home and take
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as di
rected and a quick recovery is sure to
follow. That remedy counteracts
any tendency of the grip to result in
pneumonia, which is really the only
serious danger. Among the tens of
thousands who have used it for the
grip not one case has ever been re
ported mat ma not recover. Jror
sale hy all druggists.
TAKES NURSE FOR BRIDE.
Pretty Romance In Wedding of William
Fark and Bliss tVllaon.
Nursed back to health and vigor,
William Park, of Galena, Kas., learned
to love the young nurse who had been
devoted to his care. She saw in him
her ideal of a man and Saturday they
were married. The lady was Miss
Hannah Catharine Wilson, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Swan Wilson, of
Moline. Thus culminated a romance
begun at the time-of the railroad
wreck at Geneseo over a year ago.
Mr. Park was one of the victims of
the accident, and when nurses were
sent from Mercy hospital, Davenport,
Miss Wilson, who was serving her
term in the training school, was as
signed to" go. Mr. Park is a civil en
gineer and is employed at Bnrnside,
STRANGER THAN FICTION.
Bemed Which Has Revolutionised the
Treatment of Stomach Troubles.
The remedy is not heralded as a
wonderful dlseoverv nor vet a secret
patent medicine, neither is it claimed
to cure anything except dyspepsia.
indigestion and stomach troubles
with which nine ont of ten suffer.
The remedy is in the form of pleas
ant tasting tablets or lozenges, con
taining vegetable and fruit essences,
pure aaeptic pepsin (government
test), golden seal and diastase. The
tablets are sold by druggists under
the name of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lets. Many interesting experiments
to test the digestive power of Stuart's
Tablets show that one grain of the
active principle contained in them is
sufficient to thoroughly digest 3,000
grains of raw meat, eggs and other
Stuart's Tablets do not act upon
the bowels like after dinner pills and
cheap cathartics, which simply irri
tate and inllame the intestines with
out having any effect whatever in
digesting food or curing indigestion.
If the stomach can be rested and
assisted in the work of digestion it
will very soon recover its normal
vigor, as no organ is so much abused
and overworked as the stomach.
This is the secret, if there is any
secret, of the remarkable success of
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, a remedy
practically unknown a few years ago
and now the most widely known of
any treatment for stomach weakness.
This success has been secured en
tirely upon its merits as a digestive
pure and simple, because there can
be no stomach trouble if the food is
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets act en
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They cure dyspepsia, water brash.
sour stomach, gas and bloating after
meals, because they furnish the di
gestive power which weak stomachs
lack, and unless that lack' is supplied
it )s useless to attempt to eure by the
use of "tonics," "pills" and cathartics
which have absolutely no digestive
Stnart's Dyspepsia Tablets can be
found at ail drug stores and the regu
lar use of one or two of them after
meals will demonstrate their merit
better than all other argument.
To Florida Via Cincinnati.
New Pullman train, Chicago to St.
Augustine, drawing room sleepers,
magnificent diners and observation
cars, through to Florida without
change. Leave Chicago 12:00 noon
every week day, beginning Jan. 14,
Big Four route, Monon-C. H. & D.
Penna lines, Queen & Crescent, South
ern railway, Plant system and F. E,
C. railway. Call on ticket agents
any of lines named.
A Klght of Terror.
"Awful anxiety was felt for the
widow of the brave Gen Burnham, of
Machias, Me., when the doctors said
she woujd die from pneumonia before
morning," writes Mrs. S. H. Lincoln,
who attended her that fearful night,
but she begged for Dr. King's New
Discovery, which had more than once
saved her life, and cured her of con
sumption. After taking, she slept
all night. Further use entirely cured
her." This marvelous medicine is
guaranteed to cure all throat, chest
and lung diseases. Only 50 cents and
tl. Trial bottles free at Hartz &
Ullemeyer's drug store.
It Will Surprise Yon Try It.
It is the medicine above all others
for catarrh and is worth its weight in
gold. Ely's Cream Balm does all that
is claimed for. it. B. W. Sperry,
My son was aillicted with catarrh.
He used Ely's Cream Balm and the
disagreeable catarrh all left him. J.
C- Olmstead, Areola, III.
The Balm does not irritate or cause
sneezing. Sold by druggists at 50
cents or mailed by Ely Brothers, 56
Warren street, New York.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate of John Powell, deceased.
Public notice Is hereby (riven tbst the un
dersigned. Willi m if. Klstler, has this dav filed
bis final repor and settlement as such In the
county court of Kock Island county, and that
an order has been entered by said court ap
proving the said report, unless objections
thereto or cause to the contrary be shown on
or before the 2nd day of March, A.D. 1901.
ana upon the nnal approval or said report
the said William H. KLstler will ask for an or
der of distribution and will also ask to be dis-
chargea. All persons interested are notified
to attend .
Sock Island, XU., Feb. 2, 1901.
- William H: Kistleb, Administrator.
- For Infanti and Children.
Tli KirJ Yea Hsy3 klnji Ectl
The cutting, tearing, burning, piercing, excruciating pains of
sciatica are among the most common and painful forms of nerve
irritation. Nerves that are overworked, irritated, weakened and,
run-down until their strength is all gone, cry out in protest
against such misuse and neglect. Are the nerves hungry? They
must be fed. Irritated nerves must be quieted, weakened nerves
strengthened and " tired nerves soothed and rested. Worn-out
nerves must bo buHt up and the vitality of the whole system re
plenished before permanent relief comes. .
, MI was afflicted off and on. for years .with sciatio
rbenmatishx. Was laid up in bed months at a time
could not walk. Tried many remedies but nothing
seemed to do any permanent good. Was in bed when I
began taking Dr. Miles' Nervine, and before the first bot
tle was gone I returned to work. Have not had an attack
in four years." Howard Wemfle, 46 Taylor St., '
Battle Creek, Mich,
Builds new flesh-tissues, new nerve-fibres and new brain-cells. It
is a speedy remedy for sciatica, rheumatism and nervous
s troubles of all descriptions.
Sold at druggists on a guarantee. Dr. Mlue3 Medical Co., Elkhart, IndV
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and Z-Kay work.
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive drains, Sleep.essness, Threatened Insan
Ity, Weak Memory, Mental Delusions, or any other condition due to nervous axhauitUm
positively cured. -
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Blood, Kidney, Llvei
aoa BKm usaeaeea ean oe auieuy ana permanently eurea ry our aavaneea system 01 meat
elne. - - - .
VARICOCELE is the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
- months with others when we guarantee yon a permanent eure In seven days by our palnlei
methods. Hydrocele cured In three days no pain.
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult us. We
have cured many eases given no as hopeless, end we may be able to eure you. Snrgleal
operations performed at your home If desired. Abdominal and brain surgery a specialty.
THE QUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH is a vital one therefore you cannot
afford to place your ease in the hands of those who have aaa little or no practical exper
ience In the treatment of chronia diseases.
DR. WALSH'S large private practice
eaieioibv Amnonys Hospital togetner wiin too ict tnat ne nas eurea nunareas woo
were pronounced Incurable by others during tne five years he has been looated in Daven
port, proves conclusively that he la the physician you should consult li you want to f et
. . Best of reference and credential
Only Curable Cases Taken. gasssSiJSSS .
- Hoars, 0 to IS a. a I so S and T to p. m. Bnnday ll:SO to 1:30 p. sa.
Office 134 West Third Street M'Cullongh Building, Davenport, la.
J. F. Boaursov, President L D Mudgjs, vice President. H. S. Castsst, Cashier
Central Trust- and Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Incorporated Under State Law. ,
Capital Otock, 5100,000. Four Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
Trust Department. ' ,
' Estates and property of all kinds are managed by this department,
Which is kept entirely separate from
we act as executor of and trustee under Wills. Administrator, guardian,
and conservator of estates. .
Receiver and assignee of insolvent estates. General financial agent for
o n-residents, women, invalids and others. .
If you scent danger in ycur sur
roundings or your system our medi
cines will afford the remedy.
This is very good weather for colds.
We can cure yours in a few days.
Reliable Whits Fine cough syrup will
do it. Price 25c.
To strengthen after the "grip" lake
our Phoephated Beef, Iron and Wine.
75c pint. It has helped others and
will help you.
Our remedies are pure, reliable and
always give results.
Your physician's prescriptions are
compounded by ourselves.
FOR THE TWIN-CITIES.
Or r , i 3 M .SMAJifijA
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Formerly of Ohloaro, a-SorgeoD-ln-Chlef
and extensive experience as surgeon-ln
the banking business of the company
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