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T.HJ3 ABO US. WEDNESDAY, JUUY 31, 1U01.
A Travel Point
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T"HE Pan-American, to be held at Buffalo, N. Y., May 1
to Nov. 1. will be one of the greatest and most beauti
ful expositions the world has known. To enjoy its
beauties will be worth any effort. The question of traveling
to and from Buffalo is one to be carefully considered. You
will desire to travel by the route affording the most comfort
and interest. The return trip, too, must be considered, as
after you have done the Exposition, Buffalo, Niagara Falls
and vicinity, you'll be tired and wish to reach home quickly.
2e Lake Shore
. and nichigan Southern Railway
as the leading line to Buffalo by reason of the frequency of
its trains and the certainty and punctuality of their move
ment will best meet this requirement. It is the only double
track line, and the completeness of its service eight
through trains daily among them the only daylight train,
places it at the forefront among Eastern roads. The country
traversed is the fairest and richest of the Middle States
the most interesting on the way to Buffalo.
All r;cktaoarthUroi afford of aithar wj KxwMn CUraUni aa
JHolTalo. tlHMo u hantaaquaoa ratnra trtpwilb.n liaiit af llrkat. Onr "Hook at
1 rfeju ooataiua f ilU laiurmacon. fcaat f raaoa raquaai. Luol it ibrou h caratuUj .
F. M. BYRON, G. W. A., Chicago.
The pure and
Its use as a
ror table use no other beer is its equal.
It3 purity is absolute. Order from
A. I). IIU1IXC, Hmk NIaii.I, lKIr.c-U.
Bottled at the Brewerj
The entry into womanhood is a critical time
form (rirl. With hrr whole be inn undergoing- a
change, the Metis of female troubles are sown.
Little menstrual disorder, if seRlerted at the
time, will follow the woman ail her life and
frrow into fatal complications. That female
troubles are robbing homes and filling; grare
yards, proves this. Yet. irregular and painfnl
menstruation are often permitted to go on, sap
ring the lifesnd energy, whfleWineof Cardni,
the poaitire relief for t hese ills, is on the shelf
of erery drugstore. Wine of Cardui helps the
maiden sustain the shock; of puberty by induc
ing a psinless and natural menstrual flow.
When once this important function is started
right, a healthy life will usually follow. Wine
of Cardui is an emmenagogue of gTeat power,
and works wonders in strengthening the deli
cate and sen aitive female organs. Many young
women owe their lies to Wine of Cardui. No
woman should gire up hope until she has given
Wine of Cardui a trial. If thousands have
secured relief through it, why not you?
WINE r CARDUI
. Tnlly. Has., Peb. U, 1899.
I bare suffered untold pain at menstrnal
periods for a Ions time: wan nerrooa. had no
appetite, and lost interest in everything: in
fact was miserable. I have taken four bottles
of Wrne of Cardui with lilack-Draurht when
needed and to-day I am entirely cured. I can
pot express the thanks I (eel (or what yon
bave dune for me.
Miss DELLA M. STRAY Kit.
Ti rases requiting? speclsl directions,
ariitress. (i sins symptoms. "The Indies
.Adviaory Iwi.tnment.'' The rbatta
rooa Madicios Company, CbalLa
delightful flavor of choicest
is found in
"Klat of all Bottled Beers.
tonic will prove invaluable
iif ntfnrHR urvniif Is..
Onlj. -Never sold in Balk."
The Morror Coaster Brake is the
parent cf cM coaster brakes.
It was ll:o first ; it is the licst.
The o::ly ccisttr hrakc that has
Iccti t :tomi-1i to j:cc1 ivj Jia;i;c.
It incicar, the utilit- f tlic 'w -clr-;
it !cvrcais the tffo:t ncccbbaiy
to JilOTitl it.
lorc pleasure ; less exertion.
Ask your dealer to get it for you.
Never put o.T iritil tomorrow when
vi.ri t -:i buy :i .'OPROU' today.
rcn.l .'.r oar i:!u: tra:e.l lool.-. .
Cclipso Mar vi fact vrriri Co.,
Elmlra, 1ST. Y.
The Daly Short Story
The Babe of Clearwater.
By II. L CLEVELAND.
Thf? men were on thetr way from
riatbeal lake to Mlnsoula. passing by
Clearwater lu the hot of the noon. Itio
Grande Hill was in the party and Iaso
Mack aud neveral others who had been
In TariH with Buffalo Bill. Another of
the ridcrM was a tall, heavily built,
(ierruau looking fellow, with long gray
The little cavalcade rode hard by Ihe
wafers of the hi nam. earching for Ihe
ford. uoe at the siot. they pluugeI
in. watered their sun baked horses,
tliu punhed for Ihe other side. As they
came lu ihe lop of ihe batik, almost in
fclght of St. Cloud's M-ak. a man came
running toward tlnm. a nondescript
man. who held oue ha ml hih and said.
"Sh-h-u." with a pleadiirg gesture. As
he was iiuaitned. Ihe rid'is halted, and
he came up to them, almost breathless.
"My wagon' Iteyuml there." he said,
wiili a nod of his head toward a knoll,
"aud there's something goiug to hnp-Ik-u.
My woman's wrvstliug sick. Can't
you tote by easylikeV"
"Yaas." said Hio Grande Bill. "But
what's going to happen?"
"I think It's a kid." answered the
man. wiping the sweat off his red fore
head and looking quite worried. He
explained that he was a mover" from
the Ravalli country, bound for what
is now known as Kallspel. His wife
had been Taken suddenly HI as they
halted for Ihe noon meal. Her sister
was with her and aiding her. II
thought In a few moments everything
might be over and he relieved of his
nnxieiy. He had. seen the horsemen
coming, and lie" defined it best that no
outside noise should harass the already
strained nerves of "his woman." He
ipologized for disturbing the gentli'
men. but at such times strange things
must happen. He had never been a fa
ther before, and he really did not know
what to do. The German laughed and
"My soul Is full of discord and dis
It was Itio Bill who suggested that
a hair be made in the journey until it
! known ir Ihe mover s woman was
safely over her trouble. As Rio 1 Si 11
was captain of the party, the others ae-
iuiescel. They dismounted ami stretch
ed theuiselv s n the river's bank whlh
their horses idly grazed. No ouo talk
cd. The "mover" had trone back to his
wagon. Lasso Mack had drawn a deck
of cards from his shirt and was dealing
solitaire. The Gertuau lay on his stom
ach and poked finger holes In the sand
Kio Itlll mended his quirt.
Back in the wa;nn one woman was
beudmg over another. As for the heat
It came in waves, blistering the stream
baking the land, making dreams of cool
mountain waters wild fantasies of dis
ordered braius. The mover" came
back from his wagon carrying a buck
et. which he tilled with river water.
Then he atiologetk-ally passed the
waiting group ami returwd to his post
Mavlie he was gone ten minutes, but
when he azain returned there was a
note of joy in his voice.
My woman's all right."'he said, with
a sweep of his tiat wuicu took in uoi
onlv the croup, but all the land. "Her
sister says as how you may see the kid.
rou having been so kind as not to dis
turb my woman."
Rio Kill let the flicker of a smile go
over liis race. JiacK tnrew nacK nis
Ion; black locks of hair and gathered
toeether his cards. The German rose
and legan to fleck dust from his rough
clothing. He drew his heels together.
letrayin early training In the army
He waited, ton. for some one else to take
the lead. Kio Bill looked sheepishly at
him and then, shaking a spurred boot.
advanced. The radiant father was
ahead. The knoll was passed, and the
rude wagon came in view. The front
rover were drawn closely, but the fa
ther headed for the rear end. A feed
box was attached to this. It was filled
with packed hay. and on that, shaded
from the sun by a bit of tarpaulin, lay
the child. wrapicd in an old tablecloth.
Back of the child and In the Ixwly of
the wagon could be seen the face of a
woman, a pinched, drawn face, but not
unhappy. Standing by the feed box
was a yonng woman, the sister.
Kio Bill looked down on the baby.
watched Its fists dig Into Its closed
eyes, thought h; ought to say some
thing, but could not. dove in liis pocket
for a silver dollar, found It and laid It
in the box. Lasso Mack did likewise.
The mother put out a brown hand, aud
l hey awkwardly uncovered and grasp
"I thank you. gentlemen," said she.
The baby cried, and her hand went
down to its face, and her voice crooned
The German came forward; the man
who had once filled theaters and made
even classic Boston applaud him until
ceilings trembled. He, too, looked down
upon the child and laid a silver dollar
by It. But he spoke also:
"Alexander died, Alexander was
buried. Alexander returueth into dust;
ihe dust is earth; of earth we make
No one understood him, but he bow
ed most gracefully to the mother and
rassed on to where the others were
waiting by their horses. He bad in a
sense christened the child in his own
fashion with a word from "Hamlet."
ind. although the child probably never
Anew it. this mau who stood above it
for an Instant was Daniel Bandmann.
one of the first German tragedians of
his day aud Ihe first to render Hamlet
in German in this country. Chicago
It has been suggested that the old
bouse In Raleigh. N. C. which was the
, birthplace and home of Tresident An-
urew'jonnsoa be acquired uy me city
aud made a uiueuin.
Rallflahlrra Afraid of Cows.
It will probably not surprise our
readers to hear that most Spanish bull
fighters object to fighting cows. The
real reason may. however, astonish
them. A sportsmanlike objection to
persecuting a female animal has noth
ing whatever to do with it. The fact is
that the average toreador is sincerely
afraid of a cow.
And he has good reason. The cows of
the half wild breed used for the arena
are much quicker In their movements
than are the bulls. Their horns are
more pointed aud more formidable.
They do not lower their heads to the
grouud. shut their eyes and charge like
a locomotive upon the rails, but are
alert and ready to follow every move
ment of their persecutors. Their war
like tactics have been adapted not to
blind, bovine froutal attacks, but to the
strategy of active and cunning beasts
of prey, of which the human bullfighter
is ouly a feeble mimic. If these cheap
Idols of the Spanish populace wonh!
face young and active wild cows which
had Just been robbed of their calves
thev might perhaps forestall the butch
er. but thev would, at any rate, do
something to earn their laurels. Pear
An Editor and a Golden Hair
"One beautiful snrtnff morning an
editor fouud a golden hair lying be
tweeu the pages of a manuscript.'
writes Edward Bok in The Ladies
Home Journal. "The moment ho reach
ed the page it gracefully fluttered out
Flushed with excitement, the editor
caught it. It was not his hair, he ar
sued, therefore it was not his properly
Then, again, he thought, the owner
nrobablv lost it and misht need it. So
he put it back. He was a methodiea
man. and he replaced it exactly as he
had found it. He was not many days
older when he received a letter proving
bv the very hair lie hail so dexterously
caught aud conscientiously replaced
that he never had read or even opened
the manuscript of the writer. Could
anvthinc have been a clearer case
against the editor? Most certainly not
It was conclusive and final, don't you
Chicago Grain and Prodaro.
Chicacro. July- "0.
Folio wine were the quotations on the
Hoard or Trade todHy:
Wheat Open. Mia-h
July $ .M7a
tf It niber .. .
$ .67 $ -t)6i $ .67i
..v;k .51 - .:,r.,
.i4a .oi .347s
.:-Ci .7 .j)4
H."2- 14.15 14..THi
14.::l'3 14.;:i 14..i;'
14.S0 H.67-i 14. SO
S.70 S.S7' R.70
K.75 S.fi2 8.75
S.70 8.32',. 8.70
7.?."i 7.K73 7.2'1i
7.97V, 7.!2'i 7;7'.j
7.75 7.65 7.75
September .. 7.S71,
froduce: Hutter Extra creamery.
"0c per lh: extra dairy, ITc: packing
stork. 12gutO. Ejrcrs Fresh ytock
Uftl-'iiC. Live Poultry Chickens.
hen, .c per lb: springs, lis? 12c ducks
ifri'jf: jweye. W.OHfis.cn per doz. Ap
pies New. $1.Vit Too per brl. Pota
toes Ohio. ."ffiSl.OO per bu.
Chicago Lira Stork.
Oi I oa ro, July TO.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day
2i.0(; sales ranged at S.Toft 5.4 1 for
pts;s. o.-tJ d.S. for lurht. Jt5.45Ji ;.60 for
rough packing. $5.."0rfj 5.90 f,Jr mix?,
and Jj.bW6-0') for heavy packing; unit
shlppit:s lot: bulk of the tuiies at Jii.6
Cattle Estin-atPd reieipts for tin
day. rt.jOfl: loot St ions ranged at $5..Wi?
.!. for choice to extra steers. JVIOffr
;.j. for good to choice do.. H.40ri.lo
ror rair to good do.. I4.(I1Ji4.5j common
to medium do.. S3.60ft4.1i) butchers'
wteers. J4.L'of.V90 fed western steers,
JiM'Off 4. 40 stocker and feeder. $1,603
4.K0 cows. t2.0r-."i.i0 heifers. $2.5nf4.5l
nulls and oxen. . .o'er o.CO stairs. .1."0rfr
4.i0 Texas steers and oxen. $o.7o'&" .".oO
stags. JJ.Cnj7 4.70 Texas steers, and J4.0U
fti.uo veal calves
Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipt
rer tne nay. is.ooo: quotations ranged
at .J..TOtr:.!o westerns. JJ.65f3.15 na
lives. J3.4!fio.l3 western lambs, and
J3.00"fio.20 native lambs.
East Buffalo Live Stork.
East Buffalo, N. Y.. July CO.
"Dunning & Stevens. Live Stock 'om
mission Merchants. East Buffalo. N. V.
quote as follows: Cattle Receipts 4
cars) natives and 13 cars Texana. mostly
holdovers; market dull and' weaker.
Hops Receipts, 24 cars: market steady
at yesterday's close: Workers. Jo.T&W
SO: mixed; JS.SS'ffB.Pfl: mediums and
heavy, .S0: good heavy arlking. $6.00;
pigs. $o."no.S0: roughs. $5.255.50.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 4 cars:
market steady at yesterday's pricea
ft, Xuls Grain.
St. Louis. July 30.
"Wheat Higher; No. 2 red raeh eleva
tor. 65Vc: track, fifi'ifib.c: July. iac:
Seplemher. 661ic; December, 70c: Xo. 2
hard. fiV67Uc. Corn Higher: No. 2
cash. a.'V-o : track. 54Vic; July. 54c: Sep
tember 5.Ve; December 56e. Oats
Higher: No. 2 cash. 36c; track. 37
SKc: July. 36c: September. 33c: Ma. v.
4c: No. 2 white, SSU3Po. Rye
Milwaukee, July SO.
"Wheat Firmar; No. 1 northern. 701
JP70UC: No. 2. Wi'fWe: September.
8He. Rye Lower: No. 1. ftf.c. Bar
ley Firm; No. Sic; sample, 4ftft5.Sc.
Oats Steady: No. 2 -whito, 3839c.
Corn September, 544e.
Hay Timothy. lUO": pralrla, "0l
Coal 3 ser ton.
New potatoes 7fKJ.
Uutter Cnoloe to lair, 13a: fresh creamery
Hens-6',o per pootid.
Spring Uhlo sens 13.00 per dozen.
nuiit-Rutahara Bay for earn fed steers
4ttc2t5yie; cows and hellers, IWott4c; oalves
bheep tttcoae .
Spring- Lambs 93 50CM a bead
Women lore a clear, healthy com
plexion. Tare blood makes it. Bur
dock Blood Bitters makes pure blood.
Everybody Talking About
On Account of the Wonderful Cures They Are
Men, Women and Children
Flock to the OLD QUAKER DOCTORS to
have them tell what their disease is and decide
if they are curable.
People Are Coming Hundreds of Miles Already to
Be Healed at Their Offices
225 Elshteemh Street, Between Second and Third Avenues,
Hock Island, III.
People Who are Cured
Ought to Know,
And ThtyAll rralse Natural
Home testimony should convince
jou. lie a d what ono of Dr. Home's
patients has to say about his treat
ment: He I'ot Away Ills Cratches A Her Only
(In Month's Treatment.
A Tier a severe siejre of typhoid fever I was
left with an ulcer on my heci. I tiled various
remedies and was trealcd bv several eminent
physicians of Rock In and. O.vvenport and
Chicago, and was Informed that an operatiou
was ibe only tiling that would help me One
physician i bought It miRbt te necessary to
amputate my foot. On March 20 I consulted
Or. J. Alvln Home, of the lUinoi-. lnti.ma.ry
and School of Natural Heallnp. who informed
me that be conld cure me In two or three
monibs. He bs done a treat deal bstter
than that: be has entirely cured me after only
one in"ntb a treatment, and now 1 have us
pood use of my leg and foot a.s ever I cheer
fully recommend Dr. J. Alvin Borne to all
wbo are ailticttd 1 am ready to substantiate
the above statement at tbat time. Respect
fully. KUWABU KTKKTTA.
HII 7tU ice., Kocii Ilacd, 111.
In curing an ailment of any kind I
never fail to remove all reflex compli
cations of associate diseases. Ia caao
of Varicocele, the weakness caused tj
it disappears. If it is stricture and
has developed into Prostatic. Bladder
or Kidney affections, the injured or
DR. J. ALVIN H0RNE
Room 4'J to 55, Mitchell & Lyndc
to 5; 7 to 8. Sundays from 'J to ll.
stamp for his free boot.)
Recent Shipment of
At Summer Prices at
PARIDON & SON.
419 Soventeent street. Telephone 4753.
WE CURE WHEN OTHERS FAIL
of Both Sexes.
Out Csetrla Machine for
the treatment of Nerrous
and X-Ray work.
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive drains, Sleep.essness, Threatened lagan
ity, weak Memory, Mental Delusions, or any
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Blood, Kidney, Llvei
ana 8km Diseases oan do quioaiy ana permanently ouraa ny our aayanosa system oi meai
VARICOCELE Is the most actlvo eausa of Nervous Debility. Why treat
months with others wnen we guarantee you a
mathoda. Hvdroeala eurad In three days no
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult V9. Wi
naye eurea many eaaea fiTen up as nopeien,
amiritlnni nerfnrnied at vnur home If desired.
THi2 QUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH
afford to piaoe your case m the nsnas or tnose
lenea In the treatment of chronic diseases.
DR. WALSH'S large private practice and
Chief or s. Antronys uoepitai togetner witn tne tact mat ne naa eurea nunareas wig
were pronounced Incurable by others during tne five years he has been located In Daren
port, prOTe onoiuairaly tbat bo la the physician you should consult U you want to gel
' Best of reference and credentlali
Only Curable Cases Taken.
nstn, f Is 11 m. I is I f Is I pi at, Sunday ll:ao to 1:30 p. m.
Office 121 West Third Street M'Cullongh BaUdlng, Davenport, la.
gans are all restored to perfect
healthy condition. If it is Syphilis,
any and all skin, blood and bone dis
eases arising from the taint are en
tirely and permanently eliminated
from the system. If it is iru potency,
the many distressing symptoms fol
lowing in its train aud indicating
premature decline of the so-called
physical, mental, sexual powers are
totally removed and rapidly replaced
by the youthful energy of robust
Hence all resulting ills and re ilex
complications which may be properly
termed associate diseases and which
in fact are often more serious than
the original ailments that give rise to
them all, 1 say, disappear com
pletely and forever -with the cure of
tno main malady.
Bldg. Rock Island. Hours: 'J to 12; 2
Take elevator to Fourth iloor. (Send
DR. J. K. WALSH,
Formerly of ChlosfO,
Burgeon-ln-Chief of Bk
other eonaiuoo aue to nerrous usuatios
permaeeni ova in van nay my our pauuei
ana wo may db sdio ao our you. Dursjioa.'
Abdominal and brain sure err a aeeelaltT.
is a vital one therefore you cannot
wno na?e naa uttie or no practical zpas
extensive experience as surgeon-Iu-
5 Professional Cards.
McCASSRIN & McCASKRIN,
Attorneys at Law.
Rock Island and Milan. Rook Island office
orer Krell at Math's store. Milan offloe o
H. a COSlltLlT. B. D. COWHBLXT.
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned. Office orer Thomsa' drug
tore, corner of Second arenue and Seren
JACKSON & HUBST,
Attorneys at Law.
Office In Rock Island Netlonal Bank Building .
kM. L. LCDOLPH. ROBERT. R RBTNOLD1
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS,
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General legal business. No
tary public. 1705 Second arenue, Bulord
B. D. SWIIHir. CL.W1LKIB
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office In Bengston'block.
C. J. SSARLS, 0. B. MARS BALL
SEARLE & MARSHALL,
Money to loan on good real estate seeurlty.
Mitchell Sl Lyrda block. Rock Island, Illinois
McENIRY & McENIRY,
Attorneys at' Law.
Loan money on good seeurlty; make collec
tions. Reference, Mitchell & Lynde, bankers.
Office, Mitchell & Lynde building,
JOHN K. SCOTT,
City attorney or Rock Island. Room i,
Mitchell & Lyndc building.
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
Special attention to diseases of women and
jhUdren, also diseases of eye. ear, nose and
throat. Office hours 9:30 to Vi a. m., 1 to 4 p.
m. 821 Sixteenth street. Rock Island.
N. M. MOORE. M. D.
Hours 10:00 to 11:00 a. m., 2:00 to 4:00 and artcr
DR. S. H. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
AU diseases of horses and cattle treated on
approved principles. Surgical operations per
formed In a scientific manner. Dogs treated.
AU calls promptly attended to. Offlee and
Infirmary, Vrlck & Kautz's livery barn.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms over the Boston Shoe Store.
Offlee hours from 8 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 0 p m
J. T. TAYLOR,
O0106 hours S:0 to t2 a. m., l:0tot:C0 p. m
tlBVl Eighteenth street. Opposite Union office
DRACK & KERNS.
Arohlteou and Superintendents.
Skinner Block. Beeond floor.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cut Flowers and Designs or all Kinds.
City store, 1807 Seoond ayenue. Telephone
Colon a Sand
8ftwed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
for cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
tone does not wash or oolor the
wall with alkali, etc. Flans sent
as for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Bock
Island on the C. B. A Q. R. R.
Trains Nos. 6 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
tone, any size desired.
Samples of Stone and lb Jtos of
buildings can be seen at Room
No. 12, Mitchell & Lynde's build
ARTHUR BURRALL, Mansger
Boas Island or Colon. Ill
Don't Be Fooled
Take the ffsnulna, anginal
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only try Madlaea Mefl
cine Co., Madisoa, Wis. It
keeps yon well. Oar trade
mark cat ea each pockeee
Prlc. 3S cents, fssrav rt
la bulk. Atxare sat aa1 at
ars taaa tte. AfSf "er anst .
TH Thomas, sols stent-