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XH25 ATCGTFS. MONDAY, 10 1901.
Some Facts Regarding the Rapid Increase of Heart
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' I- a i fc trouble, at least among the
Auiuricaua, is certainly increasing,
nod while this may be largely due to
the excitement ami worry of Ameri
ca a business life, it is more often the
result of weak stomachs, of poor di
gestion. Ileal organic disc a so is Incurable;
but not nno caso in a huudrcd of
heart trouble is organic.
The close relation between heart
trouble and poor digestion is because
lxith organs are controlled by the
same great nerves, the sympathetic
In another way, also, the heart It
affected by the form of poor digestion
which causes gas and fermentation
from half digested food. There is a
feeling of oppression and heaviness in
the chest caused by pressure of the
distended stomach 011 the heart and
lungs, interfering with their action;
hence arises palpitation and short
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the latest and most ecientilic treatment known to the world for lung, heart,
stomach, kidney, bowel and bladder diseases.
Diseases Peculiar to Women.
Very few women enjoy good health and many of thcui will buy some
much advertised cure-all and treat themselves for months, or go to sooio so
called healer or to some fake and in this way kcomc chronic invalids.
What else can yon expect when such a delicate organism is subjected to micb
bit or miss treatment? Dr. Home treats successfully leucorrhoca or whiles,
intlammation, ulceration, painful and irregular menses.
Diseases of Men.
Every form of trouble resulting from indiscretion or disease, treated
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I'oor digestion also poisons the
blood, making it thin and watery,
which irritates and weakens the heart.
The njost sensible treatment for
heart trouble is to improve the diges
tion and to insure the prompt assimi
lation of food.
This can bo done by the regular use
after meals of some safe, pleasant
and elTeotive digestive preparation,
like Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, which
may be found "at most drag stores,
and which contains valuable, harm
less digestive elements in a pleasant,
1: is safe to sty that tbo regular,
persistent use of S'.usrt's Dyspepsia
Tablets at meal time will cure any
form of stomach trouble except can
cer of the stomach.
Full sl.ed package of these tablets
sold oy druggists at o) ceuts. Little
book on stomach troubles mailed free.
Address F. A. fetuart - company, M art-hill,
Richer In Quality than mosf
Compare them with other Cigars and
you find good reasons for their cotlinq
the dealer more than other brands
FRANK P UWIS. PtOBU.HL
OftlGINATO" TIN FOIL SMOKXR PACKAGE
JEWBAITER IS PINKED
Remarkable Duel at Paris "with
Some Excellent Opera
TWENT7 ROUNDS IN THE GAME
ItoportfMl and Mnre Cnntins Soconda
MKrkrd l it Nearly to tlio
r.-irN. Jnno lo. Tin two d;i;.V dnrl
Ixtwci'ii Max l!i?is and M. libcr
d( s.ii the Algerian journalist. whi h
was cndnl Saturday inoinin Is to In
taken up a;;ain. Not atii-liol with
tlsl'tius niiH'teon rounds 1'iida.v and
oik Saturday. M. i:eis will insist that
aiiollicr battle le foimlit. mid to that
riid jH--eitMl tin' ciiallinp vhi h l.a
l)frdrsU' sont hi in yesterday. On tin
tlirr hand. I,al'nlcsiiit refuses to
listen t lii friend, and as lie lias l.cen
deserted ly his old seconds will jiiek
Ijcw oues for this outbreak with Ilcgls.
KikI In a tieiieral ltlnt.
Tlie cause for tlie threatened re
sumption of hostitities was plainly
riven by KeKi-". who before he left tlie
ground Saturday badly woiuuiei,
tauuted Iiberdesipie with cowardice.
j'lid referreil to liim as an assassin.
Lulierdesiie was furious ainl was.in
cliued even then to uUiu k the wounded
man. but several serious it isputes a iuon;
tiie Kcoiids on loth sides, und even the
spectators, prevented anything more
ln-iii ilone Saturday.
ZMks Like lie Had Ilacn I'layiog.
The rihtim; Saturday inoruin last
ed ouly u short time, and it seems
from the result that I.nbertiesiiue must
have lieeu playing wita licis during
the loiijr niucieeii rounds tlie men
fought Friday, for Saturday morning,
dinn-tly after position had leen taken,
tlie journalist made a lune and caught
the unti-semite mayor in the iiRt f re
arm, liiakiiiK ' ucly wound which
bled very fnely. Kepis, however,
gamely insisted on having his wound
bound und continuing the tijrln iny.
AVhere the Kiot Came In.
. This probably would have been the
outcome hail it not lieeu for a series
of quarrels that broke nut at this
juncture. It is not quite clear what
started tin rumpus, but it is known
that insults were thrown riht and left
ainoiij; tlio various groups of seconds
and spectators, and that in some casts
blows were struck, t'ards were given
and taken, but so ludicrous had the af
fair Is-couie by tills time that half the
challeugei made errors and presented
cards to men they had no quarrel with.
' Vu a Regular Coinwtljr,
In short, tlie termination of Satur
day's affair was one of the most com
ical that can be imagined. Half the
people present were trying to Insult
the other half without knowing why.
KEUIS COMINCES TO UK TNIIAITY.
Wants Soino Store Satisfaction Kierj body
Klc jto Yearna for the Same,
While all this turmoil was taking
place some of the friends of Keg Is
who had quarrclcs with his seconds
were attempting to lead him away,
while he. on his part, was trying his
best to get to I-al'cnlesque with tlie
avowed lutcFitioii of insulting him by
adding to I lie epithets he had alreatly
throwu at hiiu. Spctatoi-s who were
lucid at this lime graphically describe
the antics of the Jew-baiter, who. as
he leaped up and down i:i his friends'
arms, screamed lo Iilerdesqiie: "You
are a coward and an assassin, ami t
fought you merely to show you that I
was not afraid of your Hue swords
mai&liip." I.aberdesque, who at this time wsis
surrounded by a liowlmir and quarrel
ing group of both his own and Kegis'
seconds and various spectators, retort
ed that he was pleased to acknowledge
the receipt of M. Kegis' opinion, and
that liotliinir would give him greater
hapipness thaa another series of duels.
Then liit'is suggested a fist lilit.
lie argued excitedly that he could not
well continue to iight with swords, as
under the r flies he was defeated. But
fight he must and would, if lie could
only get away from the men who In
sisted on holding hlni. This proposi
tion, of course, could not be enter
tained, mid the quarreling seconds on
loth sides calmed down sufficiently to
decide that nothing in this regard could
Kciris was then rushed from tlie
dueling ground, and a new and entire
ly fresh quarrel arose over the official
c unt of the two days' fighting. Fresh
cords and a erie of cards were ex
changed, and more duels were threat
ened until the affair been me so badly
mixed that n gentleman who Is an au
thority on dueling made an impas
sioned oration, in which he carefully
explained tl'iat no offense was meant,
nnd that it was useless for any one to
Another quarrel is likely to. arise, le
cause M. Kegis has an engagement to
tight a duel with M. Kichnrd. a writt r
en the l'etit Kcpublique. It Is hinted
that M. Kichard will insist on being
given the preference over Laherdesqtie,
while I.nberdesque will demand an an
swer to his fresh challenge at once.
A Terrlbia Kmploaloa
"Of a gasoline stove burned a lady
here frightfully," writes N. E. Palmer,
of Kirkuian, Iowa. "The best doc
tors couldn't beal tho running sore
that followed, but IJucklen'a Arnica
Salve entirely cured her." Infallible
for cuts, corns, ort s, boils, bruises,
skin 'diseases and piles. 25 cents at
Hartz & Ullemeyer's.
Imitators ' have been many.
Thcughtiul people have' learned that
true merit comes only with the1 genu
ine Rocky Mountain Tea made by
Madison Medicine company. 85 cents.
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Silver, North Stratford. N. 11. Be
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WONDERS OF WATCH MAKING
Queer Timepieces Owned by Two of
Ena-land'a Queens. (
Among the treasures of a Swiss ma
ftcuui, Inserted in the top of nn old fash
ioned pencil case, Is the tiniest watch
ever constructed. It is only three-six- !
tocnths of an Inch in diameter, and Its
little dial net only Indicates hours, min
utes and seonds, but also the days of
the month. So perfectly formed is this
lllliputiau watch that it keeps excel-
lent tinnj and is a marvelous piece of
Two of the most elaborate and curi
ous watches which the world has ever
seen belonged to Queen Klizalicth and
her unfortunate contemporary, Mary, i
queen of Scots. (Jood Queen Bess had
n watch made for her in the form of a
duck, with Iieautifully chased feathers,
the lower part of which opened. The
face was of silver, with an elaborate
Kilt design, and the whole was kept in
a case of brass, covered with black
leather thickly studded with big silver
The ill fated Mary was the possessor
of a watch in tlie form of a skull. Tlio
dial was Introduced where the palate
should have been, and the works occu
pied the place of brains In the crani
um. In the hollow of the skull, more
over, w as a bell which had works of it a
own and by means of which a hammer
struck out the hours upon it.
One of tbe choicest rarities of the
Borual collection was a book shaped
watch. This curious time indicator was
made by order of Itogislaus XIV, Duke
of I'omoraui-i, in the time of tiustarus
Adolplius. On the face of the book,
where the dial of the watch is sot,
there is an engraved inscription of the
duko and his titles and armorial bear
ings, together with the date. 1(7. On
tlie back the engravings are also very
finely and skillfully executed, among
them being tlie portraits of two gentle
men of the seventeenth century. The
dial plate Is of silver, chased in relief,
while the lnsidcs are beautifully chased
with figures of birds and foliage. The
watch has two separate movements and
a large, sweet toned bell. At the back,
over this bell, the metal is ornamental
ly pierced in u circle, with a dragon and
other devices, while tlie sides are pierc
ed and engraved with a complicated
design of beautiful scroll work. Lou
DR. BYLES STOOD GUARD.
It Vas m. ThankaiKlrlnK Ttay, and the
Cause Wai I ritrnt.
One of tlie most famous of the old
Puritan divines was Dr. Mather Uylen.
who was born In Itoston in 170d and
who was the lirst pastor of the Ilol'.is
1 Street Congregational church, to which
lie ministered for more than 40 years.
Dr. Jtylcs was famous as a humorist
and wit, and innumerable anecdotes
ore related of his clever quips and re
torts, lie was a zealous Tory and
warmly advocated tlie cause of "the
mother country" against the colonies.
In November, 1777. he was arrested as
n Tory, tried, convicted and sentenced
to be ron lined on boa3t a guard ship
and sent to England with his family
within 40 days. The sentence wns aft
erward commuted by the board of war
to confinement in his own house, a
guard being placed over hiiu with in
structions not to permit htm to leave
his residence for a moment under any
On Thanksgiving morning, observing
that the sentinel, who, like many of the
colonial soldiers, was a simple rustic,
bad disapicared and that Dr. P.yles
himself was pacing tip and down be
fore his own door with a musket on bis
shoulder, the ncighltors crossed tlio
street to inquire tlie cause of this sin
"You see." said Dr. llyles. "I begged
my guard to let me go out to procure
some cider with which myself and
family might celebrate Thanksgiving
day, but be would not iormit me to
stir. I argued the point with him, and
he has now gone to get the cider for me
on condition that I keep guard over
myself during his absence."
.triors Whn Stnttcr.
It would seem that tlie stage is not
only the last profession Hint would be
chosen by a person afllicted by stutter
ing, but that a stutterer would never
dream of selecting that profession.
Yet It Is a fact that some well known
actors and singers labor under this dis
advantage. The strangest thing alout it is that
the ead Imitediment which is so pain
fully evident in private life seems to
vanish entirely when they are on the
It Is curious that appearance on tho
stage or in the pulpit should have this
beneficial effect, for stutterers in other
walks of life do not lose their imitedi
ment when at work, however enthusi
astic their love for their profession.
Victoria Got Her Primroses.
"Tlie following little anecdote, told
by Queen Victoria herself, will show
her independence of character," says a
writer In The Century. "Very fond of
primroses and finding none in the
royal gardens, she sent word to have
some planted. The gardeners, the
queen said, made many objections, and,
finding shortly afterward that her
wishes Lad not yet been carried outH
she dispatched a messenger Inquiring
tbo reason. 'I suppose Queen Anne
had none, she said, 'so they did not
think It proper for me to have any,
but I sent them word promptly that
Queen Victoria would have some and
she did.' "
A Financial Qntrkaaad.
"Would you like an Increase of sal
ary, Mr. Smith Y
"No; it's no use.
"It I had more money, I'd have to
pay more debts." Detroit Free Presa.
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Jane '. and 10.
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All tickets good for return any time
up to October 31. The only line
having through trains.
One fare for the round trip to St.
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June 8. 'J and 10. Regular return
limit June 18. but by paying an ex
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good for return up to July 15.
Through train daily.
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trains will leave Rock Island at 10:30
p.m., arriving in Milwaukee at 6 a.m.
Returning leaving Milwaukee at 10:30
p.m. on the 'JLh. so that the excur
sionists will have the full day and
evening in Milwaukee arriving home
at 5:30 the following morniDg.
The Burlington route, C, B. & Q.
railrcad company, will have on sale
Juno I and 18, borne fccekers1 excur
sion tickets at ouo iirst-class fare,
plus f 2, for the round trip, to points
south, southwest, west and north
west, c:ood returning within 21 days
from nate of sale. It also has on
sale, at greatly reduced rates, tickets
for Pnget Sound points, Colorado,
Pacific Coast and various other points.
Seven Tears lu lit
"Will wonders ever cease?" inquire
the friends of Mrs. L. Pease, of Law
rence, Kas. They knew she had been
unable to leave her bed in seven years
on account of kidney and liver trou
ble, nervous prostration and general
debility; but "three bottles of Klectric
Bitters enabled me to walk," she
writes, "and in three months I felt
like a new person." Women suffering
froni headache, backache, nervous
ness, sleeplessness, melancholy, faint
ing and dizzy spells will lied it a
priceless blessing. Try it Satisfac
tion is guaranteed. Only 51) cents.
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M. S. Kent, a barber of Andalusia,
111., says: "My little boy had the
whole back of his hand scalded. The
skin raised in great blisters, the pain
from which almost caused convul
sions. I whs recommended to use
I-O-dj, which I did, and to my great
surprise it stopped the pain as it by
magic, drew the lire out, healed
the scald iusckly and without a scar.
I would not be without it." Drug
gists, 25 cents a box.
Dyspeptics cannot be long lived be
cause to live requires nourishment.
Focd is not nourishing u til it is di
gested. A disordered stomach can
not digest food, it must hae assist
ance. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests
all kinds of food without aid from the
stomach, allowing it to rest and re
gain its natural functions. Its ele
ments are exactly the same as the
natural digestive fluids and it simply
can't help but do you good. 1J. 11.
Bieber and Hartz & Ullemeyer.
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Cattle Hutcnem pay for corn fed steers
tHcfftftttc; cows snd belfers, 3Kctc; calves
, P priii Umhs-i.50ail a bead.
Fstate of Lewis Wilson deceased.
The undersigned buying ocen appointed
executor of the estate of Lewi Wil
son, late of the county of Rook Is
land, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
Kivcs notice that ha will appear before
the county court of Kock Island county, at
the county Court room. In tbe city of Kock Isl
and, at the August term on the first Mon
day In August next, at which time all per
sons having claims against said estate are no
titled and requested to aitend, for the purpose
of having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to tbe
Iated this 15th day of Mat. A. D. IDOL
I K. Wh.sin, Kxecutor.
Cheaper Than Kver to COL-
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Dally .Inn 18th to
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Roaoil Trip Rates from Kock Island to
Denser, Colorado SprliiRS and 1'urblo
J4 25 Jul t to 9 Sept I to 10. 2 June
Is tom. Julv 10 to Aug. ol Return lialt
l'roporttonately Cheap Kates on Same
Dates to Other Colorado and
I'tah Tourist Points.
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K. H I'LL' MM Kit Ticket Agent, Kock
bland. S. F. liOYD, (Jtuural A Kent,
Scrofula is an to welcome legacy, but one which
the children of blood poisoned parentage must
accept, with all its humiliating consequences. It is
an inheritance that makes one poorer; that brings
wretchedness and disease instead of health and
riches, for the child whose ancestral blood is tainted
with Scrofula or the loathsome vires of Contagious
Blood I'oison is unfitted for the arduous duties of
life so lone as an v of tbe tran?wiitted toison remains
in its veins. Scrofula manifests itself in various forms; swollen glands about the
neck and throat, catarrh of tbe head, weak eyes, hip bone disease, white swelling
and offensive sores and abscesses are familiar symptoms, attended usually with
los3 of strength, poor digestion and pale or bloodless complexion. The skin ia
sometimes moi-t dreadfully affected, eruptions breaking out on all parts of the body. ;
Scrofula destroys bone, tissue and flesh ; no part of the human system escapes its
CLfter the birth of my tirst child, tbe glands on
the left eide of my neck beg-an to swell, four of
the places were lanced and became open runninif
ores; risings came under my left arm, and the
discharge was simply awful. Tlio doctors said I
bad the worst case of Scrofula they bad ever
seen. I took iodide of potassium, but this nor
the otbor drugs g-iven for this disease brought
relief. When the physicians advised me to have
the glands removed, I decided to try S. S. B. A.
few bottles cured me completely; no eig-ns of
the terrible disease are left.
UBS. E1CHARD WASSON,
Golden Corners, Ohio.
purity to the profoundly poisoned blood, and the rich, strong blood that is carried
to the swollen and diseased glands absorbs and destroys the tuberculous deposits,
end the painful, disfiguring sores and other evidences of Scrofula disappear. '
S. S. S. should be begun immediately upon the appearance of the first symp
toms, or where there is a known predisposition to Scrofula. Our medical depart
ment will be found of great help to those who are struggling with this wasting
disease of heredity or any other blood trouble, and we invite you to write us.
Should you or any member of your family need advice, our physicians will cheer
fully give the information you desire, for which we make no charge. Book on
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It's Quality that Counts.
In Coal It's quality that makes heat, It's
quality that retains It. it s quality that
makes poKsihle con-sumption of 90 per
cent of the combustible part of it. leav
ing a llehu clean ash: lastly, it's quality
that Ussens your fuel bills you re not
ravine for dirt, refuse or uoburnabtes.
Tbe coal we handle both hard and soft
de.serres all the good ibincs we and
our patrons say for It. A ton will talk
as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZER.
Parents whose blood is pois
oned by their own misdeeds,
or who themselves may be
suffering for the sins of some
remote ancestor, must re
store their own blood to its
normal- purity and strength,
or they cannot expect
healthy, robust children.
S. S. S. cures Scrofula, like
other diseases of a deep-
seated, constitutional charac
ter, bv restoring life and
GET A THIN
AND BE COMFORTABLE THE
REST OF YOUR LIFE.
No patron of ours has the least
fear of having a tooth extracted or
tilled, or any other dcatal work done
here. Why patronize a dentist who
still retains the old painful methods,
when bv visitinjr
Chicago Dental Company
you can have all work done without
pain by the latest and most Ecientilic
Silver Fillings 50C
Gold riatine, Alloy FilliDgs... 75c
Gold Fillings, fl and np $1.00
Gold Crowns (22k) fl up 4.00
Set of Teeth 5.00
We do what wc ad vertisc. Come in and bo
convinced. Remeor her the address. Iwif
Second avenue, (over Sp.del's dcug stole.
Kock I! and. lit
Have you tried one of joj
those delicious Ice
U With the Pure G
H Crushed Fruit K
Or one of those refresh
ing phosphates that
are only to be had at
.Better Drop in and Try
1703 Second Avenue.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate of Fiederick Hucklcy. deceased.
?'ublic notice Is hereby piven that the under
signed, administrator of said estate, bas
this day tiled his final repot t and
settlement as such In the county court
of Rock Island county, and that an or
der has been fntered by said court ap
proving the said report, unless objections
thereto or cause to the contrary be shown on
or before the 1.5th day of June, A. D. 1901, and
upon the final approval of said report the sid
administrator will ask for an order of distribu-,
tion and will also ask to be discharged, a!
persons interested are notified to attend.
Kock Island. 111.. Mav il. IHOI.
WILLIAM 11. DOuXAN, Admlnibtra to
DON'T Be Foo LED!
Take tht ceculM, rlfftsaJ
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madison Mdl
cine C., Madison. Wit. It
keeps you well. Oor trr.i
mark cut "n each package
Price, as cents. Nvt caj
In bulk. Accarc no am" i
nm tut. ArB "wir nt w
T. II Thomaa, aoleagenk.
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