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THE ATTGTTS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL. 21. 19G1
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Illinois Infirmary and
School of Natural Healing
lias secured additional rooms in con
nection with those which it now oc
cupies. Having outgrown its old
apartments, the Illinois Inriirmary
and School of Natural Healing has se
cured one-half of the entire 4th iloor
of the Mitchell & Lynde building, Rock
Island. This has become necessary
by the dozens of patients who are now
being treated and must be accommo
dated at this Grand Institution for
the treatment and cure of the atllicted,
and where so many people of the Tri
Cities and surrounding country hav
been made happy once more in tht
realization of perfect health and all
the pleasures perfect health brings
The success of the President, Dr. J.
Alvinllorne has been truly phenomenal,
having been in Bock Island only three
months and has cured dozens of pa
tients whose testimonials have ap
peared in this paper from time to
time, and whose practice has become
too large for him to treat all of his
patients scientifically and thoroughly.
For this reason he has now associated
with him the Celebrated Physician
and Natural Healer of Chicago, Dr.
B. Austin Orr, who comes to Rock Isl
and very highly recommended for abil
ity, as a skillful specialist inall Chronic
Nervous and Spcial diseases of Me
and Women, as well as being a per
feet gentleman of the highest type.
Notice of Publication Chancery,
State of Illinois. I
County of Rock Island, f85
In the circuit court of sld county to the May
term. A. D., IUOI.
V ester E. Uoble vs. Mary F. Goble. In chan
cery. Ariidavltof the non-residence of the said Mary
V. Lioble. defendant above named, havinir been
Died in the clerk soflice of tbe circuit court of
the said county, notice is hereby Riven to the
baiil Mary K. Gob!e. non-re. ident defendant as
aforesaid, that the complainant filed his bill of
complaint in said court on the chancery side
thereof on the 27th day of March, A. D., 1U01,
and that thereupon a summons Issued out of
said court wherein suit is now pending, return
able on the flth day of May A. ., IUOI, wbin
Is the Brit day of the May term 1901, of said
court, as is by law reaulred.
Now unless you. the said Mary F. Goble.
DCn-resident defendant, shall personally be
and appear before the said circuit court on
the rlrst day of the nxt term thereof, holden
at Rock Island, in and for said county, on the
tiih day of May next, and plead, answer or de
mur to the sa'd complainant's bill of com
plaint, the same and the matter and things
therein charged and stated will be taken as
confessed and a' decree entered against you
according to the prayer of said bill.
Gboiu.s W. Gamble Circuit Clerk.
Rock Island. III., March Z7, 1901.
McEnirt & McKnibt, Complainant's Solid
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In Coal it's quality that makes heat, it's
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he coal we handle both hard and soft
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E. G. FRAZER.
RFII. I HI'S ARMY
Allied Troops Fail to Find the
Chinese Where They Looked
Y7ITHDEEW TO SHAN-SI A WEEK AGO
Chaffee in Dispute with the GcrmaiiN
lxmt the (J u aril at the For
bidden City Gate.
r.frlin, April 21. The Jerin.in war
iltirc has r't'ivi'd tin following jkI-vii-es
from Count vuu Waldcrsoo, da tod
IV kin. April
"Patrols fcur out for tlio Kalian
district found no satin-ring of C'hinesp
Hoops there. I.i-IIung -Cluing Informs
nio ih.it tlonrral Kin's troops rotircd
into tin proviuoe of Suau-Si last
"The execution of ihe murderer of
Captain l'artseli (of the Second infan
try! will take place at the scene of the
In a second dispatch Count von Wal
"The columns under Cenerai Kail
loud and tSoneral Kcntlor have Hrrived
at the tlreat Wall, the boundary of
the province of Shan-Si, without op
position." Keenest for Our Troops To Stay.
IVkin, April -i. Many implications
have been made to Kockhill and tlon
eral Chaffee by Chinese of all degrees
for the retention in China of the Amer
ican troops until the general with
drawal of the troops of all the powers.
Many of those who are making tills
request think ihe withdrawal of the
Americans will make the others re
main longer. There are also people
who do not desire to see any of I lie
soldiers go, fearing anarchy and an
uprising against foreigners. The sol
diers who return do so with all the
honors of war.
Germans Indignant at
Field Marshal von Waldersee has
made application that Hie gate of the
Forbidden City be guarded by Cernian
troops after the departure of the Amer
icans. Central Chaffee has replied
that American soldiers will continue
to guard the gate. At this the Cer
nians are indignant, saying this ini
pucus their honesty, and that If the
1'uited Slates desires to do her share
of policing the city she should leave
behind enough troops for that purpose:
ll-at merely a few men belonging to the
legation guard should control the
gale, which will be within the Cerman
quarters, cannot be allowed, if Ot n
iral Chaffee persists in this course.
il:pIomatie representations will be
made in t lie matter.
A Fv Hurt Heals Wanle.l.
New York. April :M. A dispatch to
the Herald from Fckin says:
"The ministers of Fnglaud. France.
America. Holland. Uelgirim and Italy,
to whom the question of provincial
punishment was assigned, have sub
mitted to the diplomatic corps that
they demand four more beheadings
and the punishment by exile ami de
gradation of eighty nioreollicials.
"The demand was immediately sent
by the diplomatic corps to the Chinese
II.ilb.ird is the arms carry'd by the
Serjeants of foot and dragoons; the
bead of the halbard ought to lie a foot
or 15 Inches long; one end ought to be
hollow to receive the staff, but the
other broad, ribb'd in the middle, edg'd
ou loth sides and drawing to a point,
like the point of a two edged sword.
On one side of the head is likewise
fixed a piece in form of a half moon or
star, and on the other a broad point of
four inches long, . crooked a little.
which Is very commodious for drawing
fascines, gabions or whatever obstacle
happen in the way. The staff. of the
halbard is about five feet long and an
Inch aud half diameter, made of ash or
other hard wood.
Ilalbards are very useful in deter
mining the ground betwixt the ranks,
and for dressing the ranks and files oJT
a battalion, and likewise for chastising
the soldiers. Gentleman's Directory,
He Kept Bis IeiC
Twelve years ago J. W. Sullivan, of
Hartford, Conn., scratched his leg
with a rustv wire. Inflammation and
blood poisoning set in. For two years
be suffered intensely, men iae Desi
doctors urged amputation, but," he
writes, "I used one Dome oi jMecinc
Bitters and one and one-half boxes of
Bucklen's Arnica Salve and my leg
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sores and all blood disorders Electric
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Address, Allen S. Olmsted, Le Boy,
I have been troubled with indiges
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purpose until I tried Kodol Dyspepsia
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got more relief from them than all
other medicines taken. 1 ieei more
like a boy than I have felt in 20
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Hartz & Ullemeyer.
How lie peds HI" Henri of Dally
TIV much abused f-ubuibanltrs.
whom the cartoonists picture as coni
ng to the citv every morning from
"Iouesomehurst," "Lost Man's Lane,"
"rnmehui-st-by-the-TrolJey" and other
places with equally suggestive names,
are an interesting class of individ
uals. The transient element of the
city's population spends several hours
every day whirling over the railroads.
When the novelty of these daily bits
of railroading has passed into the
monotony of years of travel through
the same country the commuter has
learned to make the best of the time
he spends on the train.
The "card flond". is a prominent fig
ure In this class. Both morning and
evening four or five games of card 4
are going ou in every smoking car. and
It Is saTe to say that thousands of dol
lars change hands in this "innocent
amusement" while the players are hur
rying to op from business.
Next to the "card sharp" is the man
who only enjoys his cigar and paper.
He Is oblivious to all his surround
ings and only shows animation when
he is at his journey's end.
Many of the policies and plans of
sonic of this city's most successful
business men Lave been born or de
veloped on these trains. The short
respite between the bustle of the city
end the cares of home life is to this
type of man a senson for meditation.
Another interesting commuter is the
individual -who is ou good terms with
all his fellows. He travels up and
down through the car exercising his
repertory of latest jokes or sympa
thizing with some gloomy looking
friend who thinks that all the world
is agaiust him. He seems to never
grow weary in his well doing.
The train life of the commuter is now
and then enlivened by wreck?. Though
tossed about and sometimes cut and
bruised, ho generally escapes serious
injury. Such experiences as these he
considers the spice and coloring of his
existence. New York Mail and Ex
press. Why She Wept.
Among the Mainotes, descendants of
the Spartans, thieving ia considered a
very honorable employment. An Eng
lish traveler, being entertained at the
house of one of the mountaineers, took
some silver articles from a packing
case he had with him to eat his dinner
with. At the sight of such costliness
an old woman began to cry, the Eng
lishman having asked what affected
her so much:
"Alas, my good sir," she replied. 'I
weep because my son is not here to rob
you of those beautiful things!"
Iowa almost from the date of its
admission lias been called the Hawk
eye State. Hawkeye was the name of
a noted Indian chief, who in the early
days caused no little trouble along the
western border of American civiliza
tion. THE MARKETS.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago. April 2:.
Following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today
Hissh. Ln. Close.
-.2 $ .Tl'Vs $ .71V $ -lv
.4 .47 .46 .46'i
44s .45'i .44-li .448
. S .05
Produce: Butter Lxtra creamery.
19c per lb: extra dairy. 18c: packing
stock. 12124c Kgga Fresh stock.
12V.C per do.. Live Poultry Springs
and hens. 64i94c: ducks. 10c: turkeys.
58c: eeepe." $4.O07.OO per doz. Apples
Common to choice. $l.jOCo:t.25 per bbl.
Cranberries Cape Cod. J8.OO08.5O per
bbl: bell and busle, $8.00 8.25. Potatoes
Burhanks. 3150c: peerless. 2S30c;
Hebron. 252Sc; mixed, 23&'33c; rose,
Chicago Lira Stock.
Chicago. April 23.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day.
20 000; Klos ranged at $4.rj0(ff5.50 for
pigs. $5.70(6.00 for lisht. $5.7005.85 for
rough packing, $5.75$i'6.0o for mixed,
and $5.0(B6.10 for heavy packing and
shipping lota, with the bulk of the sales
at $5.90rg)6.00. '
Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day. 3.000; quotations ranged at $5. 70S
6.10 choice to extra steers. $5. 20 Si 5.65
good to choice do., $4.7."iSi5.20 fair to
good do.. $4.20(4.75 common to medium
do.. $3.904-30 butchers' steers. $4.70
5.65 fed western steers, $2.70i4.0 stock
crs and feeders. $1.75B4.50 cows. $2.60(8)
4.75 heifers. $2.504.5O bulls and oxen.
$3.75(4.50 stags, $4.00(85.20 Texas steers,
and $3.105.25 veal calves.
Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipts
for the day, 9.0000: sales ranged at
$3,7585.00 westerns, $3.253.05 natives.
$4.254i5.35 western lambs, and $4.50&
5.35 native lambs.
8U Louis Grain.
St. Louis. April 23.
Wheat Lower; No. 2 red cash eleva
tor. 72c: track, 734"54c: May.
7214c; July. 694c; No. 2 hard. ToVfcc.
Corn Ijower: No. 2 cash. 45o: track.
454c; May. 44444c; July. 43'hrc. Oata
Lower; No. 2 cash. C74-: track. 28
?28Vic; May. 27c; July, 2514c; No. 2
white, 30c. Rye Quiet: 54c.
Milwaukee. April 23.
"Wheat Lower; No. 1 northern. 74c:
No. 2 northern, 7172c. Kyo Steady:
No. 1, 54c. Barley Quiet; No. 2. 57fc
5Sc: sample, 40ttt:,ic. Oats Firm; No.
2 white, 29430c.
Hay Timothy, S12&S14; prairie, $SO$U.
Coal S3 per too.
P O t Sk tOt5 8 "40O
Butter Cboice to fair, !8e: fresh creamery,
Hena-80 per pound.
Spring Chickens 80 per pound.
Uuo s ?c.
Cattle Butchers pay for corn fed steers.
3ttc4tfc; cows and hellers, 3Wcatc; calves
Spring Lam bs $ J. 50&I 1 a head.
PUNISHED THE PAINTINGS.
They Violated Editor Storej-'a Cast
Iron Role and Were Hansrd.
''VThcn we went to Chicago to live
just after the lire," said a woman who
Las since returned to New York, "we
furnished the house witii all that was
necessary to make it attractive. One
winter my husband bought a number
of paintings, and after they had been
placed properly we invited a clever
youug woman to coi:io ia and see the
collection. I don't mind telling you
that she -wrote for Mr. Storey's news
paper. The Times. She understood art.
She bad been reared in Boston and she
had studied abroad.
"When the article on our collection
appeared, what was our horror to read
that each picture described had been
'hanged' by a man who made a spe
cialty ot putting up paintings. My
husband wa t:?..si.l iuto a tit of ueu
ralg:a the liext day by bis Chicago
acquaintances, who expressed their re
gret that all his paintings had been
executed. Of course the women heard
of it and there was a giggle for blocks.
"I called upon the youug woman
from Itoston and asked bow she had
made such a blunder. She was in an
agouized frame of mind aud protested
that she didn't write it hauged. I was
sure she didn't. Then came the ex
planation. A few weeks before there
bad been an execution in the Chicago
jail and Mr. Storey's reporters wrote
that the man was hung.' Mr. Storey
was furious and issued an order, so I
beard, that henceforth editors, report
ers, copy readers, printers aud proof
readers must write and set up and
read 'hanged for 'hung.' The rule was
inflexible. The young woman who
wrote of our collection used the word
'hung' throughout her article and Mr.
Storey's rule was enforced. Rut as
long as we lived In Chicago we were
always known as 'that New York
family who had their paintings exe
cuted.' " New York Sun.
The Impromptu Rom That Occur In
the Street of Faris.
"Did you ever see a street fight in
Fiance V.'' asked an artist who had late
ly returned from Paris. "They are
funny spectacles. I saw one once while
passing the Bal Bullier at midnight.
Two little Frenchmen walked along in
front of me, engaged in conversation.
A third little Frenchman ran up on tip
toe from behind somewhere anil kicked
the taller of the talkers between the
shoulder blades. He wcut down with
a cry, turned a somersault iuto the gut
ter and lay there.
"And instantly how, I don't know
that street was full of hundreds of lit
tle Frenchmen, lighting and chattering
and screeching. They didn't use their
fists. They slapped, scratched, pullet!
whiskers aud hair aud, above all,
kicked kicked In the high French
maimer, not landing where we Ameri
cans land, but getting home on the
face aud neck and ou the back be
tween the shoulders. For five minutes
there was pandemonium, and then as
suddenly as it had begun the brawl
was over and the boulevard was still
"But afterward in all the boulevard
cafes you found torn and bleeding
Frenchmen, who leaned back limply in
their chairs while their little ladyloves
willed daintily with their skirts the
blood stains from the faces of those
heroic scrappers. The little ladies wept
aud murmured sweet, consoling things:
ihe little men seemed in the depth of
despair; but it wasn't long before little
drinks were ordered and little ciga
rettes lighted and everybody was gay
and happy again." Philadelphia
'Won by a Dead Man.
A valuable cup was won in a bi
cycle race in Australia by a man who
was dead when he passed the winning
post. The race took place at an "elec
tric light carnival." so called, in the
presence of 10.00O spectators. In the
last lap James Somerville. a rider,
forged to the front and secured such a
lead that his victory was assured.
When within 25 yards of the finish
he was seen to relax bis hold on the
handle bars and lose his footing on the
pedals. He did not fall from the ma
chine, however, ami amid frantic
cheers dashed by the goal, winning
the race by half a wheel. As he pass
ed the finishing post he pitched for
ward and fell to the ground.
When he was picked up he was
uud to be dead. and. what is more,
the doctors declared that death bad
come to him when be was seen to lose
his hold on the handle bars. It was a
dead body that bad ridden the last 23
yards of the race.
Fair Shopper (to assistant, who has
shown her every piece of goods in
stock) Well. I don't see anything here
that suits me. I'll go down to Yard &
Stuff's and see w hat they have.
Salesman (eagerly) Here's the card
of oue of their assistants. Will you
kindly get hiui to wait on you?
Fair Shopper (pleasantly) Ah, a
friend of yours. I suppose?
Salesman No, my greatest enemy.
"See here!" exclaimed the shopper.
excitedly, "there's a man just dropped
dead in that bargain crush!"
"How Inopportune! cried the floor
walker. "We have not yet opened our
undertaking department." Philadel
In St. Helena there are descendants
of colored men who were brought to
the island 150 years ago. They are as
black as their distant cousins on tbe
coast of Guinea.
Don't dress for show. The thinnest
eoap bubbles wear tbe gaudiest colors.
Chicago News. !w-
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