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THE AHQTJS, FRIDAY, JUNE 21. 1001.
Get Rid of ,
Ashes and Dust
into the living rooms.
IDEAL Boilers aad AMEKICAK Radiators
OF THE FACK,
HANDS OR ANY
PART OF THE
Dr. J. Alvin Home's
. Ntw Treat mnt.
Skin Diseases of all kinds. Spots.
Tumors. Tetter, Painful Swellings, and
stale oi tne blood, ola tnronic sores on
Kidney ami Special Diseases, weak
siil' , weakness ami inability to retain
of be Prostrate (iiaud. Chronic lulliuitxialiou of the Madder, etc., positively
cured, also all female diseases.
If jou are afllictcd with any chronic or special disease as stricture, blood
poison and varicocele, and expect a cure jou must consult a reliable secial
ist who devotes his entire lime and attention to that particular class. After
many years of uninterrupted success
special diseases of men and women,
DR. J. ALVIN MORNE
Suite 49 to bb, Mitchell & Lynde building. Rock Island, 111 , is today recog
nized and endorsed by the professional
liable and trustworthy specialist in all
write to him about your trouble Consultation free and ooiitidontial. Call
in the forenooii if possible so that you will not le compelled to wait so 1 n r
ThI elevator to fourth iloor. Hours: 9 to 12, 2 to 5, - and "7 to S
SuuJays. 9 to 11.
M. Pasteur, of France, invented a process for kill
ing all possible germs in a product, and we use it.
After each ljottle of Schlitz beer is filled and scaled
it is sterilized.
This is an extreme precaution. The beer is brewed
in extreme cleanliness, cooled in filtered air, then
filtered. It seems imjossible for a taint of impurity to
get to it. Yet wc sterilize every bottle.
We, who know brewing, know the valut of purity.
We add vastly to the necessary cost of iur beer to
assure it. You who drink it get the healthful results of
our precaution. Your physician knows; ask him.
Tbone 1011, Cars & Oblweiler. Cor. 11th S. & 5th Arc. Kotk Island.
Peoria to Buffalo
and the '
Pullman Palace Sleeping Car, through
without change cvry day, com
mencing June '2, i901, via
Din Four Route
r.ffectlre June! I9"1, the "Blir Four Route
will inaugurate new through ateeplng- car
m r.tce from l'eorl to Buflalo without cbaor.
nl vice verfta.
T U throuKh alcei locr will leave Prorla
t tZ novo, daliy. on train No. IS, arrlrtug at
Uiitlalo at : s a m following day.
KcturnlnK leae Hudalo at II p. ra., dally, on
trla Ho. II. armintr at Feorla (without
rhnpe)at r5:50p. in. the following day. Sleeper
In open for reception of paenget at liufllo
a . dp n.
Can on or write AirenM "Bl j four" for full
Information, clrcu'ara of the exposition, etc
WARREN J. LYNCH. W. P. DEPPE,
Gen. Pass. ATkt. Act. Ami. O. P. T. A.
C, S. Liilolettc, TiP. A Feorla. .
Hot-Water and Steam - Systems
free the house from the destruc
tiveness of ashes and soot, and
puff no col gases or cellar gases
gases are not odorous.
Ciannon Perry d? Co.
;r --- . iv,
Pimples, Scrofula, Blood Tiiuts. Sores,
nil troubles arising from an impure
the legs, completely era-icaled from
back and weakness of uion, pain in
the urine and bed wettinir. Diseases
in the treatment of all chronic and
and leading citi.eus as the most n
chronic diseases. If jou canoot - il
7' 'Ail y-mdf 'r
ITotle of Fnbl estloB Ohaaeery
State of Illinois. I
took Inland Couuty, (
In the circuit court of laid county to the
September term. A. I. Il.
The Rock Inland Mutual Hulldlne Ixan and
Savinirn association n. ICimelt If hey. Samuel
M. KT. 1-aura M. Wilson. Anna Sheeley,
Haonub O. owwa'd. and William C. 0wald.
m mduvit of non-rrsidone of Hannah C it
wald aod William C. Oswald lnpl!add with
the abore defendant Kosetlit l)fj, Samuel
M. Kbey. jur K. Wilson and Ann Sbeely.
hatng tern riled In the elurk'n oOlcc of the
circuit court f tne eald county, notice in
the cfore hereby Kiren to the aaid non reald
ent dcfcndAntH that 'the complainant
Hied It bill of computet In nald court, on the
chancery side thereof, on the M day of
April. A. 1. IVOI, and that tbcrurorj a sum
mons boiued out of aaid court herein aaid
suit Ih now peudlnir. reKirnable on the nrt.t
Monday in tbe month of May bext, as is by law
Now aniens you. tbe said non resident defen
dant, above named, ilanna O Ctswald and Wil
liam C lNwald. hbJI peraonallT be and
appear before tbe auid circuit court oo the
bcHt dav of the neat term tbereor to be boldeo
al Kock Island in and for awid county on tbe
third Monday in beptember next, and plead,
acswer or demur to tbe said com pi in ant 'a
bill of complaint, tbe some and tbe
matters and tbiogM thereto cbarged and
stated will ie taken sh confciwed.
and a decree entered against you according
to tbe praver of tal bill.
jkk-;s W. UAMni.B. Circuit Clerk.
Rock Island. III.. May 14. IV1.
E. U. uotii, Complainant's Solicitor.
Danger, disease and death follow
neglect of the bowels, lse DeWltl'd
Little Early Kiers to regulate them
and yoa will add years to your life
and life to your years. Easy to take,
never gripe.' B. II. Bielxir and llartz
Sabtcriwe for Th Absui
. ' -v r t.tr. vv ...
DELANO GETS PLACE
Superintendent of Motive Power
Succeeds Mr. Brown as Q
TOUKO M1N FOB THE P03ITI0K
Begins Railway Service in 1885
as a Machinist Ap
prentice. V. C. Brown's resignation as gen
eral manager of the Chicago, Burling
ton & Quiner railroad was accepted by
tho directors of I ho com piny yester
day. Mr. Brown has formally ac
cepted the vice piesideney cf tte
Lake Shore & Michigan Southern rail
way, and will assume the duties of his
new position July 1.
It is learned from reliable authority
that F. A. Delano, present superin.
tendent of motive power of the Bur
lington railway system, will succeed
Mr. Brown as general mauager of the
company. Inis comes rather at a
surprise, as it had boon all along un
derstood that Howard Elliott, gen
eral manager of the Burlington
lines in Missouri, would succeed Mr.
Brown in cave tbe latter would iro
to the L'tke Shore. It is understood
that Btrong pressure has boon brought
to bear on Mr. Elliott to induce him
to accept the position of general
mauager at Cnicago. as he was con
sidered tho boit qualified man for the
position, but be begged to be allowed
to remain in his present porilioii as
general manager of tho Burlington
lines in, Missouri. I his position ho
considered equally as good as tho
higher one offered him on account of
i he importance of the Missouri lir.es
and bis desire to have charge of the
Burlington's interests in St. Louis
during the exposition in that city.
Oelauo Is m Young Man.
F. A. Delano, to whom the position
of general manager of the Burlington
road has been offered, and who, it is
understood, has agreed to accept, has
been with the Burlington ever sioco
he entered railway servico in 1885.
lie is a comparatively young man for
so high a position, having been born
on Sept. 10. 18(i;. at Hong Kong.
China. He is a graduate of llrvard
umvcrtity and a skillful and able me
chanic. He commenced railroad ser
vice as a machinist apprentice in
erecting shops for tho Burlington at
Aurora. 111. troni July, lSHt, to
April. 18$'J, he was in churge of tho
Burlington bureau of street rail in
spection tests and records. In July.
18;9, he was appointed assistant to
he Bpcond run president, and in
Jaly, 18D0, was made superintendent
of freight terminals of tbo Burlington
at Chicago. From Fob. 1, 1K9J, to
date, he hss held the position of
superintendent of motive pocr
TWO ENGINES SUFFER IN
WRECK AT COAL VALLEY
Engines 15 and 16, employed in
construction work at Coil Valley on
the Peoria road, carao together yes-j
terday morning with considerable
forco. The tank of the former suf
fered sovero damage and tho pilot of
tho latter was demolished. Both were
sent to the shop for repairs. The
train that left here at 8:05 was held
over an hour.
Boldlera Can re1tl.
Among the laws passed bv the last
general assembly Is ooo granting any
ex-union soldier or sailor tbe right to
peddle, vend or hawk any goods.
wares or merchandise in any town,
villdge or city iu this stato without a
icense. He aball only lie allowed to
peddle on his own behalf not for
others. Tfce county clerk sha'l issue
the license without charge on presen
tation of tbe soldier's dischargo and
roof of Identification.
TbeUrand Trnoh KaUway System
will errant free side trip to ButTtlo to
holders of summer tourist tickets
reading over its lino via Niagara Falls,
triving an opportunity to visit the
Time tables, etc., can be obtained
n application to the city passenger
nd ticket agent, 219 Clark street,
Mot her oray'a Sweet I'owdrn
for Children. Mother Gray, for years
nurse in tbe Children a Homo In
New York, treated children success
fully with a remedy, now prepare 1
and placed in drug stores, callol
Mother dray's Sweet Powders for
Children. They aro harmless as
milk, pleasant to take and never fail.
A certain cure for feverishnes, con
stipation, headache, tetthiug sul
6tomach disorders and remove worms.
At all druggists. 25 cents. Sample
sent free. Address Allen S. Olmsted,
Lelloy. N. Y.
B lien Dial lam Carexl lav S4 Hoars.
T. J. Blackmore. of Haller & Black-
more. Pittsburg, Pa., says: "A short
lime since I procured a bottle of Mys
tic Cure. It got me out of the houso
n 24 hours. I took to my bed with
rheumatism nine months ago and tho
Mystic Cure is the only medicine that
did me any good. I had five of the
best physicians In the city, but I re
ceive"! very little relief from thera.
know the Mystic Cure to be what it
represented and take pleasure in
recommending it to other poor sttf-
ferrers." Sld by Otto (irotjan. 1501
Second avenue, ltock Island and (Jus
Schlegel A Son, 220 West Second
BUCKLE CAUSES DEATH
OF J. CARL SAMPSON.
J. Carl Sampson passed away yea
berday afternoon at his home, 1933
EJdy street, in Etst Davenport, as
the rejult of rather peculiar circum
stances. Mr. Sampson, who was a
earpenter by trade, was accustomed
to wearing pair of sn9p?nders joined
in the back with a bucle. Woile at
work at his trada this buckle had a
tendeuey to press against his ll-jsh and
in this way was the cue of produc
ing an exterior cancer on his back.
Something like six months ago an
operation was performed for its re
moval, but other cancers broke out
almost immediately upon other parts
of bis body and a number of opera
tions were cousequently necessary.
But even operations at tho hands of
the most skillo 1 s'irgoons were unable
to check tbeir spread and for some
time as a result the deceased had. suf
fered intensely and been unable to
work, being contioed as an invalid at
home. Sjrue time ago his trouble
was pronounced incurable and death
came as a relief to his intense suffering-
STAMP TAXES THAT ARE
TO CEASE AFTER JULY I
July 1 nearly all the stamp taxes
will be rcpcalod, so that from now on
it will pay pcoplo to tako tbe rcvonue
stamp into consideration. Of course,
no ono would stop eouding tolegraph
messages for 10 days, hold an express
packago the rest of the month to eavo
a penny, but many dollars can be
saved on deeds and mortgages, and
tbo manufacturers of proprietary ar
ticles long ago began to restrict their
production in anticipation of a repeal
of the tax.
So far as the general public is con
cerned the repeal law will bo chiefly
grateful became it abolishes the
stamp taxson bank checks, telegrams,
express receipts and money orders
1 heso are tbe little taxes, small in
amount, but annoying to the indi
vidual. What the people as a whole
will save money on will be the stamps
on conveyances, mortgages, leases
and bond p.
The full list of the taxes which will
be repeItd after ntxt week is as fol
lows: Bank checks. - cents; bills of
lading for export. 10 cents; bond or
obligation by guarantee company, J
of 1 ceot oo each dollar; ccrtiticaUs
of dauinge. - cents; .'ertiticates of de
posit, ,'2 cents; ccrtihoatot not other
wise specitied, 10 cents; charter party.
$3 to f 10; chewing gum, 4 cents each
tl; commercial brokers, $20; drafts.
sight, 2 cents; express receipts, 1
cent; insurance, life, 8 cents on eich
$100; marine, iuland, lire, J cent
ou each $1; casualty, tide ity
and cuarantv, i cent oi each
$1; Ka'o 25 cunts to $1; mani
fest for custom houso entry, f 1 to $5:
mortgage or conveyance in trust. -5
ceuts for each $1,500; order for pay- I
nient of money on sight .or demand ; .
ixjrfuincrv and cosmetics, 1 ctntfor!
each 5 cents; power of attorney to
vote. 10cont; power of attorney to
sell. 25 cents; promissory notes, 2
cents for each $100; proprietary med
icines, 1 cent for each 5 cents; pro
test. 25 cents; telegraph message. 1
c'nt; telephone message, 1 cent;
Uaitod States money orders, 2 cent
for each $100; warehouse receipts, 25
CHILD HEIR TO FORTUNE.
Juha Lavener, 9 Year Old, to Cotue Into
l'MiHilvn of S IO, OOO. ,
Mrs. Mary E Lavencr, stenographer;
for the IT. N. Roberts company, Dav- j
enport, left yesterday for Mobile, Ala , I
where the will take passage on a sail
ing vessel for the islund of Jtmaica. 1
Her mission is to take possession of
an estate valued at about $10,000 and
Inherited by her eldest son, John, a
lad 9 years of age, under tbe English
law ot primogeniture. Mrs Lavcner's '
huhand. John S. Ltvener. b ing
dead, his oldest son becomes the heir
"Harrying 1'araon "
Pastor J. F. Kobinson, of the Me
lius M. E. church, can now read his 1
title clear to "the Marrying Parson of j
Moline " Me scored a record Wednes
riv tht luces him far in the van i
among his fellow workers in the gos.
pl, and he eclipsed all previous rer
U9 iu a Luairimonial way in MoliLe
by officiating at the nuptials of four
c mplos in as maoy hours and differ
ent placos. and be Incidentally par
took of a delightful wedding supper
Seven) Tear In Brtl.
Will wonders ever cease?" inquire
tho friends of Mrs. L. Peaso, of Law
rence, Kas. They knew she had been
unable to leavo her bed in sevtn years j
on account of kidney and liver trou-I
ble. nervous prostration and general '
debility; but "three bottles oi Electric
Bitters enabled tne to walk," aho
writes, "and in three months I felt
like a new person." Women suffering
. . '
from neaaacne, oacKacne. nervous-
nesa, sleeplessness, melancholy, faint j
iog and dizzy spells will hnd it a'
priceless blessing. Try it SatlsfkO-
Hon ts puaranitea. imy oo cents,
llartz & Udemeyer.
For Uer rift Veara
Mrs. Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrnp has I
been used for children teething. It ,
soothes tho child, .softens 1 the gums
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the bust remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle. j
Skin affection, will readily disap-'.
pear by using DoWitt's Witch Hazal
calve. Look ont for connwPrfeits. If
yon get DeWilt's yon will get gool ro-
suits. It is the quick and positive'
cure for piles. B. II. Biebcr and
llartz & UUemeyer.
FAIR BRIDE OE JUNE
Minnie Major, School Teacher,
Becomes Wife of E. H.
WEDDING AT HOME OF THE BBIDE
Celebrated Before Company of
Tho wedding of Eugene H. Johnson
and Miss Minnie Major was celebrated
at S o'clock last evening at the home
of the bride s parents, Mr. and Mis
John II. Major, on Twenty-third
street, lie v. C. O. McCulIoch. pastor
of the First Methodist church, per
formed the ceremony, which was wit
nessed by about 35 friends and rela
tives of the contracting parties.
The bride was attended by Miss
Anna Maj r, her sister, and Miss
Alma Wilson, of Rural, presided at
the piano. After the ceremony there
was a period of congratulation and
then an elaborate wedding sp.ead was
Those present from out of town in
cluded Mrs. Iv It l'eterson, oi barnta
Oat.; Dewart I. German, of Cedar
ltapids, Iowa, and Miss Alma Wilson
and Arthur Wilson, of Rural.
Tbe groom came to this city a few
years ago from the east and is em
ployed in the. harness department at
lioek Island arsenal. The bride is a
successful school teacher, having
taught in different parts of the coun.
ty. Both are estimable young people
and their many fuends wish them tbe
best that life alTordn. They will be at
home to their friends after July 20 at
619 Twenty-third street.
Charles J. Johnson and Miss Han
nah C. Burg, a (Jalesbuig couple,
were married yesterday afternoon.
Uev. C. E Slatt performing the cere
mony at the parsonage of the Swedish
MOTHERS CHARGED WITH
NEGLECT OF CHILDREN.
Complaints have been filed in the
ouaty court against two mothers for
the neglect of their children by CJ H.
(J nuan, superintendent of tho Union
Mrs. Lena Oblweiler, whose two
boys, aged 3 and 5 years, were sent a
year ago to tho Catholic orphans1
homo at Mctamora. it is alleged, has
failed to contribute to their support
as she.agrccd to do.
Mrs. Mary tJudekunst, whose cl V
dren were recently sent to this city
from Davenport, where they were
found homeless on the street, cannot
now be found and the little ones are
being cred for at the mission. It is
the object of that institution to gain
the legal control of the childicn of
C ostly Wlnea.
Our millionaires think $75 a pallon
for iar old .Madeira an utterly iniios
siMi' pri i K:iuily because their tast s
are Hunted by ehampapiie, and tliey
care no more for a ixittle of Welsh lle
sirvo. Newton. lordon or Chillins
wortli npU-t'mrpo than for a cheap
pIk itj. In the famous collars of the
Hotel de Villi- at Bremen there are a
dozen eases of holy wino which have
been preserved for 2.VI years. A mer
chant fiptires out that if tho cost of
maintaining tho cellars, payment of
rent, interest uon the original vnlnof
thf wine and other incidental charges
are considered a bottle of this choice
Madeira has cost uo less than $2.(hV
o, each glassful ?270.UH. and n single
drop could not Ik? sold without loss un
It is probable that this very old wine
is worthless on r.coount of "starvation."
Charles Hollows, our ablest authority
on Madeira, says that it becomes
"starved"' after feeding upon Its own
lees for 30 or 40 years. "It seems to
me that it Is very human nud requires
companionship." he says. "Demijohns
of the same variety should be blended.
The niarriape of the two wines would
probably give the lees more character,
iind the wine would thus continue to
improve. This certainly ought to bo
done as a tonic after the Madeira has
been 50 years in glass." New York
A Jlovinw rtemark.
"You don't mean to say you've left
Id Krusty's employ?"
"Yes; lie made a certain remark In
my hearing that made it simply im
possible for me to remain there any
"Ibally? What did be say?"
"He said. 'Get your salary and clear
out of here.' "London Telegraph.
The Intricacies of It.
"Why don't you study the time table,
and then you wouldn't have missed
yonr train?" .
"That was tho trouble. While I was
trying to translate the time table tho
train pulled out." New York Herald.
Don't Marry for Money.
The Boston man who lately married
a lickly rich young woman is happy
now, for ho got Dr. King's New Life
Pills, which restored her to perfect
health. Infallible for jaundice bil
iousness, malaria, fever and ague and
all liver and stomach troubles. Gen
tle but effective Only 25 cents at
llartz & Ullemeycr'a drug store.
Jennie To have a round beautiful
neck wiggle your head from aide to
side every night, take Rocky Moun
tain Tea. It's a short cut to a grace
ful form. S5 cents. T. U. Thomas
George F. Schmale, Prop.
Top Notch Values in Shoes at Must Go. Prices.
All Summer Shoes are jjoing at prices that will
make you take them. Come now and get iu
perb values at warm weather figures.
YOUES IFOIR FAIR PH! JSTG-,
Wrights Shoe Store,
1702 Second Avenue.
Are recognized as the most healthful,
most stylish, most modern, cleanest
and altogether tho mot desirable.
We are showing no less than SO dif
ferent styles and prices, from neat
and plain 6ingle beds at $2.50 to
handsome and highly decorated brass
at7.fJ0. Come and look at our
stock of furniture.
1702 and 1701 Third Ave.
Invest Your Savings
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Where opportunities for increase in value are most favorable, and
where there can be no loss. Investors who desire to build cottages,
or workmen desiring to purchase homes at East Moline can secure
interesting information by addressing us. Write us for price and
terms on business and residence lots in East Moline.
EAST MOLINE COMPANY.
Estate of Cbarles P. Ryder. Jr., deceased.
Thn nndemtcoed b a vine been appointed ad-
mlBlRtrntr of Lho estate of Charles P Rider.
Jr. Iat of tbe county of Rock Island, state
of nilnola. deceased. Dereny Kirea notice tna
he will appear before tbe couuty court of Rock
Island county, at tne county court room, in
the city of Rok Island, at the July term, oa
the first Uonday In July next, at which time
aU peranna bavins c.lalmii agi&lniit said entate
am noLlfled and reoucHU'd to attend, for the
purpose of baying the same adjusted.
au persona inQeoKv w . hh ' rv
gneated to make Immediate payment to tbe
Dated thin tn a ay or iiay. a. i. iim.
John C. H. kkao. Admlalutrator.
worn low, the oxford ties we are
at present offering will stand the
moBt critical inspection another
way of uaying their appoaranco
is unexcelled, tbeir comfort and
durability praiseworthy. Sum
mer shoes aro here in great vari
ety. It is our pleasure to chow
them to you.
The nod cm.
1705 Second Avenue.
. Open Wednesday and Saturday
Mm . - r ' ; iLii.'-gLA-- j'ao-i tnimi
AdnaInlBtrntars Wot Ice.
Estate of Guy II. Hitchoock, deceased.
The nnderslcned baring oeen appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of C.uy II. Hitchcock,
late of the county of Rock Island, atate of
Illinois, deceased, hereby givea notice that be
will appear before tho county court of Rook
Island couaty, at tbe county court room, la
tbe city of Rock Island, at the June term,
on tbe first Monday to June next, at which
time all persons baring claltna against aald
estate are notified and requeatcd to attend.
Sot the purpose of baring the same adjusted.
All persona Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated tbi I9tb day of April, A. I. 1901.
G. H. Hitchcock, Administrate