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TUB AB9DS, TUESDAY. AUGUST 13, 1901.
McCASKRLN & McCASXRIN,
Attorney at Law.
Rock Island aad afuaa. Boek Island offles
Over Krell at Math atore. amaa pot
Mala street. "
. C OOSWSI.LT. M. D. MIIIIXT. I
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
Attorney at Law.
Money loaned. Office over Thomas' drag
' f fore, corner 01 ocuuuu .u u.iou
JACKSON A HURST,
Attorney, at Law.
Offlee la Bock Island NaUoaal Bank Building.
VH.L LCDOLFK. aOBlBT. . BBTV9LM
Attorney. t Law.
Unn to loan. General legal business. No
tary public 1706 Second avenue, Buford
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorney, and Counsellor, at Law.
Offtpe :0 Bengston3lock.
c. . aaAKLB. a a. mamkalx.
SEARLE & MARSHALL,
Mnnev to loan on rood real estate aeeurtty.
Mitchell A Lyrde block. Rock Island, LUlnola
McENlRY & McENIRY,
Attorney at1 Law.
Loan money on rood security; make collec
tions. Reference. Mitcneu s i.yaaa, can. era.
OOce. Mitchell Lynae Duuaing,
JOHN K. SCOTT,
Olty attorney of Rock Islands Boom 4,
Miteneu iynae Duuanin.
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
Special attention to diseases of women and
Children, also dlseasea of eye. ear, nose and
throat, umce Bours w: 10 13 . m.. i to . p.
m. 121 Sixteenth Btreet. Koca isiana.
N. M. MOORE. M. D.
Hours 10:00 to 11:00 a m., 2:00 to 4:00 and after
7:00 p. m.
DR. S. H. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
All diseases of horses and cattle treated on
approved principle. Surgical operation per- I
lormea in a acientino manner, xjotm treatea.
All call, promptly attended to. Office and
nflnnary, rack Kautz a iirery nam.
DEM i 13 IS.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms orer the Boston Shoe Store.
Offlee hour, from 8 to 12 a. m. and 1 to p
J. T. TAYLOR,
OfBee bourn ft-M to 17 a. m.. 1:10 to t-00 p. m
tl Elghteenta street. Opposite Caloa office
DRACK & KERNS,
Architects and Superintendent.
Bklnner Block. Second floor.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cut flowers aad Designs of all Kinds,
City store, 1807 Second arenas. Telephone
Cawed building stona,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
tone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc. Plana sent
ns for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly al oar expense.
Quarries 13 miles from Bock
Island on the C. B. A Q. B. R.
Trains Nob. 6 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
ridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Stone and Photos cl
buildings can be seen at Room
No. 12, Mitchell Lynda's build
ARTHUR BURRALL, Manager
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ins. Co. State of 111., Rockford, IT
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cm a amd nottAcs arAaaur
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In Coal It's quality that makes heat, ts
quality that retains It, It s quality tbat
makes possible consumption of 60 per
cent of tbe eombuatible part of It, leav
ing a light, clean aab; laaily, it equality
tbat lexaens your fuel bills you re not
paying foe dirt, re fuae or nnburnablea.
Tbe ooal we bandle botb hard aad soft
deserves aU tbe good tblngs we and
our patrons say for It. A ton wlU talk
as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZER.
Tolephona 1118 .
rtjutwjMii. i ry. i1 mj -aaBSBweawsawaseTy
The Daily Short Story
Gilbert Vane's Best Man.
"What do you suppose nas napi
"Tell me." 1
"You know Daisy Porcbester? she
began. - '
"Is that the pretty one?" 1 asked.
"I suppose she might be considered
pretty. But, anyhow, sue is very nice.
Well, what do you think?"
"Sho has a new bat?"
"Ob, you are a silly! And you know
Mr. Gilbert Vane?"
I do." j
'Well, don't you see what I mean?"
'They were both at1 tbe Salaman
"Yes. but not that Oh, you men are
You don't mean to say that the
Tounz duffers nave laucn in love or
done anything so silly?"
Everybody knew that apes ago.
However, at lunch Mr. Vane appealed
to Daisy for confirmation of something
ho had boon saying, and, in front of us
all. In front of the Salamander, he ac
tually called her 'dear!' "
"What have you to say to that?" she
asked lu tremulous tones, which con
cealed an Infinite scorn for the less in
telligent sex. s.
"What happened?" I asked. F-;'t ; : .
"Daisy Mushed" , ' ".;
"There was absolute 6llence. Mr.
Vane apologize!. Then there was sl-
k-nre again. Then the Salamander.
coughed twice and then some one
said that" it was a lovely day." i
"What did you do?"
"I felt extremely sorry for Daisy, and
I watched Mrs. Marjoribanks. Her
eyes were HKe steei. ana sne scarcely
took them off Mr. .Vane while we re
mained at table."
"Very uncomfortable for lilm.
"You know that she has vpwed that
she will never allow Daisylto marry
So you have told me."
She said It again after lunch in the
tone of a propbetand wltn tne look
"Daisy disappeared, and I staid to
watch the case in her Interests. The
Salamander said Uttle more, but she
sniffed and sniffed nral kept on sniffing,
The Ideal she said, and then again
'The Ideal She vjaculnted the phrase
at intervals and adjusted ner glasses
again and again to survey, the man who
had so greatly presumed. lie, poor fcl
low, was playing tennis.'
That stare," I said, "would scarcely
conduce to successful play
The best has still to come. Daisy
did not anioar again until 4 o'clock
when she joined us. wearing a travel
Ing dress. 'Where Is Citbert r she ask
cd. The Salamander was furious. 'How
dare you. child? she asked. 'Go to your
room and stay there till dinnertime.
hone and trust that you will never nl
low Mr. Vane to speak to you again
OIj. don't be silly, avnt. said Daisy,
'You would never talk like that If you
only knew.' 'Knew what? asked the
Salamander. 'Knew tliat Gilbert and
1' The Salamander cut in here and
rose in her wrath. 'Jave me, she said
I.ave me at once. I would rather see
you dead than consent to an engage'
ment with that cad."
"And Daisy?" I asked.
"Daly looked nt her aunt, but she
managed to keep her temper. Then we
went off together, and she told.me that
she and Gilbert were married.
She waited to see the effect ,of this
tremenoous announcement. i
"Aren't you awfully surprised"?' she
'Surprised Isn't the word for it."
answered. "It takes my breath away
I'oor. dear Daisy!" said she. "I do
hone that she will be happy, but she
should certainly have trusted me and
told me before the event. I could have
helped her so much. I cannot help
thinking that It was ratbex mean of
"It was. Tell me how the Salaman
der bore the shock."
Yes, I must certainly tell you that.
Daisy went off to find Mr. Vane, and I
went back to the others. The two soon
Joined us, and Mr. Vane said that he
particularly wished to sec the Sala
mander alone for a few minutes. She
said that whatever he had to say could
bo said there and then. I don't know.
whether or not he would have spoken
in front of us all, but Daisy settled the
matter In her own Impetuous way. 'It
Is only right that you should know,' she'
said, 'that Gilbert and I are married
W'e have been married for three weeks.'
The Salamander looked at her and then:
said calmly and delilwrately. T neverj
wish to see you again.' Poor Dalsyl I
do hope she will be harpy."
"Gilbert is a very good -fellow." It
"Do you think they did right?" eho'
asked a few minutes later. I
Absolutely," I said. "I admire them.
both. . We must call on them as soon
as they come back."
I felt the pressure of her hand on myj
'You are a dear, kind boy," she said.'
But how did you know that tbey had
I Inferred that fact- It seems the
right sort of thing to do."
Here the matter dropped, and to this
day I have never summoned up cour
age to tell her that I was Gilbert Vane's
best man. King.
The Immortal Shakespeare is said to
have worn earrings, and Charles I Is
reputed to have been the owner of a
magnificent pair of pearl earrinca.
which be bequeathed to his dausrhter
I 'be day. before ha. waj gxeijited, , .
DRUMMER'S QUEER STORY.
Hade Them Drlak to His Early Crave aad
Survived Them AIL.
A hale and hearty traveling; man with
pink skin and white hair a condition
of complexion which, by the way, not
every traveling man lives to reach was
renewing his youth with a party of
young and festive drummers. Drinks
were going round freely, and when one
of the "boys" turned down his glass
there was considerable remonstrance ou
the part of bis companions at bis refus
al to hav " junt one more. "
The white haired man quietly cut the
discussion short by saying, "That re
The old drummer flicked the ashea
from bis cigar and settled back iu his
chair. "It was a long time ago," said
be, "and it was in the old American
Honse in this city. There were five
yonng men seated in a room, jnst as we
are here tonight, only they were all feel
ing 'pretty good. ' and there wasn't any
old man urouud to bore them with a
story. But along abont midnight one of
the party turned down his glass just as
mw vnnnt? friniwl linro Imti rinim TTa fcairt
I be had bad enough, and goodness knows
, ' l, K.l it;. .! :...:.. .
uo Ainu. Aim uciciiuiualiuu was xevimi
most hilariously as a good joke. Ho
steadily declined, however, though the
wine was brought and set before him,
but the taunts and inunendoes of bis
comrades finally exasperated him so that
he exclaimed rather petulantly, but half
in fun. 'Well, boys, I'll join you once
more if you will drink to an early grave
for me. The toast was proposed uproar
iously and drank standing. But some
how after that the fun was not so furi
ous. Things quitted down. The meu
seemed to half reali.e that to drink to a
man's death wasn't such a good joke
after all, and one by one they made ex
cuses and went off to bed."
Hero the old man paused.
"Did tho man die?" queried ho who
had refused to "havo another" with
"Ko," was the reply. "IIo is theonly
ono of the five now alive to tell tho tale. "
THE SANCY DIAMOND.
Thia Magnificent Jewel Will Be Owned by
In tho ordinary course of events Miss
Pauline Astor will some day become
possessor of the most famous and mag
nificent diamond owned outside of a
crown treasure. Tho gem in question id
the world famous Suiicy diamond, owned
by her father, and were it to appear
among the jewels worn at any court
function or royal drawing room it would
entirely throw into the shade every oth
er gem there except the Kohinoor,
which the queen always wears on state
occasions as a brooch.
The Sancy is a stone which is pos
sessed of a remarkable history. Weigh
ing alout 54 carats, it at one time
formed part of tho cmwn jewels of
Duko Charles the Bold of Burgundy,
and on bis dearh iu tattle in Switzer
land was found set eitlier in bis helmet
ir sword hilt. Tho Swiss sold it to the
French king of tbe cty, and from that
time forth it became uo of tho crown
jewels of France.
It disappeared at the timo of the revo
lution, reappeared at the restoration
and at tho time of the second revolu
tion in 1830 passed by pnrchase into
tho possession of Anatole Demidoff, the
Musrovito millionaire. It was worn for
:t time by Deniidoff's wife. Princess
Mathilrlo Bonaparte, but he took it
from her before their separation and
then bequeathed it to his nephew, Paul
Demirloff. The latter sold it iu the six
ties for the sum of f 200,000, a ridicu
lously small price, to the late Sir
Jamsetjee Jejeehobhoy, the Parsee mil
lionaire and philanthropist of Bombay.
After his demise bis heirs put it once
more in the market, and it was pur
chased by William Waldorf Astor by
private contract, uo mention being made
of tho price paid. Philadelphia Times.
Isis of Oxford tells two good exami
nation stories. The first is a candidate
who in the divinity viva voce was asked
to translate a portion of the gospels.
As ho did not stop at the end of that
portion the examiner said to him:
"Thank you, Mr. , that will do.
We aro' quite satisfied with your pa
per." "Oh, please," was the answer,
"do let me go on. I should so liko to
find out how thia Mory ends." Modern
history furnishes the other. One candi
date's paper in tbe Oxford local exami
nation contained tho following luminous
and surprising passage, "General Wolfe
boldly attacked tho Arabian knights
without waiting for the other three
corpses to come up."
Text Didn't Apply.
Mrs. Jforthsido was telling about the ;
a r 1 t. ; . . . I
with her maids and was apparently tak
ing much pleasure out of ber difficulties.
" You should not bo glad because Mrs.
Manchester is iu trouble," said Mr.
Korthside. " Yon should remember that
the Bible says, 'Rejoice not when thine
enemy falleth. ' "
"Oh, that's all right 1" replied Mrs.
Northside briskly. "Mrs. Manchester
isn't an enemy at all ; she is my dearest
friend." Pittsburg Chronicle - Tele
graph. Accidental Death.
"I understand his death was due to
an accident," saia tne man irom tno
"That's what it was, si ranger,", re
plied the native. "Bill only meant to
wing him when he shot, but somebody
joggled his arm." Chicago Post.
The Whittier homestead, in Haver
hill, Mass., is open to visitors on Wed
nesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons
on the payment of 10 cents each and on
Saturday afternoon ou the payment of 5
cents. All visitors are asked to register.
Aristotle believed tbat the proper age
for marriage was 37 years for a man
and 1 8 for a woman.
HE COWED THE LION.
THE DARKY BELTED ALL THE FIGHT
OUT OF MONARCH.
' I-aaahable Manner In Which the Bis;
. and I Kir Clrena Animal Waa Re.
i Inraed to the Showman. After a
i Railroad Smash V p.
' "It's queer how animals will act in a
railroad wreck," said the boss canvas
man. ".Now there wus th' Saberlee
wreck. Six cars wus in th ditch an
I half o th show's dens wus under 'em.
There wus one cage o monkeys mash
ed flat that we knowed of, an a lot o'
th' other auimals hid took t th woods,
little animals, zebras an wolves an deer
an such like. Nothin t' do any harm
exceptin th big lion. Monarch. His
den wus bottom up In a little puddle o
ditch water, with a hole stove in it big
enough t' let out a cow, au Monarch
himself wus gone with the little ani
"Well, it wus nil off with makin th
stand that day. so we put up th ruus,
cot th cookhouse outfit down ou th
' ground, had breakfast an started in t
dig th stuff out o th ditch. Th' rail
l road company's wreckln crew come
' along t help us, au we'd got purty well
i under way when a tall, black buck
darky come out o' th woods an stood
"Nobody paid any attention t' him for
awhile, but by'n'by Mack, th' chande
lier man, spoke t' him, kind o kidded
him about bein han'some, er some such
guff. It wus Missouri, n he wus a real
black buck. Didn't have anything t'
pay back didn't say anything at all, in
fact, fer awhile. Jes' shuftied round in
his cowhide boots from one foot t th
other an grinned bashfullike. By'n'by
when he saw we didn't roast him hard
he kind o took courage.
" 'Did any o' you gemmcn losed a gi
raffe?' he says.
" 'Giraffe?' Mack says. 'No; we nev
er owned no such thing with this trick.
" 'Well, boss. Ah done foun some
thin up in man 'tato patch this inawn
in, an Ah 'lowed as maybe hit 'longed
t' you all.'
"Mack got Interested. 'Wot docs it
" 'Lawdy, boss, bit's mos monstrous.
Nevah did see no sech ole thing befoh,
sah. Big cat vahmiut, with yaller eyes.
' an hit done come a-snablin an a-spittin
: at me soon as Ah got out o' baid.'
" 'Where is it?' says Mack.
"'Oh, Ah cawt hit all riglity. Done
j put a rope roun' hits neck an tied hit
1 1 mah cabin.'
" 'Go an git It an fetch it down here.
says Mack. Then th' wreckin crew got
a tackle roun' another den, au we for
got all nbout th' darky.
"Maybe it wus 20 minutes, an maybe
It wus half an hour when we heard a
noise over on th' road amongst th trees
a noise kinder like a nigger drivin a
mule or like somethin bein driven. It
j come nearer an louder an louder nu
, nearer. Kverybody stopped work an
listened, an tn ole man uimseic come
out o bis car with his napkin hangiii
roun' his neck.
"'What is that?' be pipes up in his
snappy way. 'Who is that out there?
Go an see what that racket is, some o'
you boys. Hurry up, now.'
"Nobody paid any attention t hini,
an th noise got nearer au nearer. In
t a couple o minutes a cloud o' dust
. saiiea out irora uciunu in trees, vt ueu
it got within a hundred yards o th
track. It cleared up a bit. an there wus
that big, black nigger with a rope iu
one mit an a piece o' fence rail in th
other. On th other end o' th' rope wus
"Of all th' mean, sncakin. under-
banded cat animals that ever traveled
with a circus Monarch wus th' worst
an a powerful lighter when he had any
sort o' show. Sometimes we'd put our
hands on th canvas cover o' his cage
when he had t' run over th train, an
there never wus a time, day or night.
that be hadn't a slap ready fer you.
"Well, that darky wus a-lammin
him with his chunk o' fence an talkin
mule talk t' him wuss than anything
you ever saw in th south.
" 'Cm on 'long hcah. you yaller
eyed devil,' ho wus sayin. Ah don
know what you Is, but you ain goiu
euahl ner spit at mc, nohow. C'ra ou
'long theh, you big sassy vahmint,' an
with that he'd lam him with his piece
o' fence an let drive with his cowhide
"An you kin bet your life Monarch
wus a-comin. I never saw a critter so
cowed as he wus. Why, when that nig
ger brought him right lu amongst us
there wus nobody that took th trouble
t' open up a gangway, an I reckon any
young one could 'a' took him by th
scruff o' th neck an turned him over
on his back. He wus jest a great, over
grown pet tomcat, with all th' fight an
meanness walloped out o him.
"We'd yanked his den up on to th
road bed witb th hole in th end
butted against a wagon. Th' door wut
open, an when Monarch saw his happy
little home waitin there fer him he
jerked th' rope out o' th' darky's band
an' bolted inside it. He couldn't get
fur enough Inside, either went away
up In th fur corner an tried t hide.
Saberlee shut th door an spoke to him.
but Monarch wus th worst whipped
cat animal you ever saw." New York
Many a man who would be ashamed
to strike a brute beast with a bludgeon
has no shame in making a bludgeon
of his tongue to strike human beings in
the tender places of their being their
social sensibilities and their self es
teem. Cruelty in its gross and outward
forms we have In good measure sup
pressed, but the refined cruelty of the
bitter word, the unloving censure, the
abusive harangue, is not yet extinct
Let us le as careful of men's inner
6km as of their outer. Exchange.
A Gold Mine
IDEAL Boilers and
People Who are Cured
Ought to Know,
And They All Praise Natural
Home testimony should convince
you. Read what one of Dr. Home's
patients has to say about his treat
ment: He Pot Awar His Cratches After Only
Oae Month's Treatment.
Afteraseveresiepeof typboid fever I was
left with an ulcer on my heeL I tiied various
remedies and was treated by several eminent
physicians of Kock Is and. Davenport und
Chicago, and was informed that an operatiou
was tbe only thing that would help me. One
physician thought It might be necessary to
amputate my foot. On March 20 I consulted
Dr. J. Alvin Horne, of the Illinois Inlirmary
and School of Natural Healing, who informed
me that be could cure me In two or three
month?, lie has done a preat deal be iter
than tbat: he has entirely cured me after only
one month s treatment, and now I have as
irood use of my leg and foot as ever 1 cheer
fully recommend Dr. J. Alvin Horne to all
who are attHcted. I am ready to substantiate
tbe abave statement at tbat time. Respect
fully, KliWABU RdSBTTA.
1441 Tin ave., Kock Island, 111.
In curing an ailment of any kind I
never fail to remove all reflex compli
cations of associate diseases. In cas3
of Varicocele, the weakness caused ty
it disappears. If it is stricture and
has developed into Prostatic, Bladder
or Kidney affections, the injured or
DR. J. ALVIN HORNE
Room 49 to 55, Mitchell & Lyndo BIdg, Kock Island. Hours: 3 to 12; 2
to 5; 7 to 8. Sundays from 'J to'll. Take elevator to Fourth Uoor. (Send
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WE CURE WHEN OTHERS FAIL
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of Both Soxes.
Our Keetrie Maebtna for
the treatment of Nervous
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CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Blood, Kidney, LWei
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VARICOCELE la the most active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treat
months with others when we guarantee yon a permanent enre la seven days by oar palnlas
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WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult v. Wa
have cured many cases given up as hopeless, and we may be able to cure you. Sarglea
operations performe-'. at your homo If dealred. Abdominal and brain surgery a specialty.
THE QUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH is a vital one therefore you cannot
afford to place your case In the bands of those who have bad little or no practical exper
lenne in the treatment of cbronlc diseases.
DR. WALSH'S largo private practice and extensive experience as surgeon-in-ehlefofSt.
Anthony's Hospital together with tbe fact that be baa cured hundreds who
were pronouncrd incurable by others during tne five years ho has been located In Daren
port, proves onolualvely tbat lie la the physician you should consult If you want to ft
Beat of referenoe and credential
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Recent Shipment of
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Incorporated Under the
Oh rsuoHAL Cou.4.TSBx Ob Real Estat Skodkitt.
J. M. Buford, President.
John Crubaufch, Vlee Praatams.
P. Oreenawait, Cashier.
Be sve the business July C, 190. and oecapylng
n. rw corner ui niiaaHi
Lyndea oaw butldln.
tems warm evenly the entire house
and bum 46 per cent, less fuel.
No dirt, little labor, much comfort.
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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 impotency,
the many distressing symptoms fol
lowing in its train and 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 reflex
complications which may be properly
termed associate dieeases and which
in fact are often more serious than
the original ailments that give rise to
them all, I say, disappear com
pletely and forever with the cure of
the main malady.
4 6 1&
DR. J. S. WALSH,
formerly of Chicago,
Burgeoo-ln- Chief of 8.
Four Per Cent Paid on
H. S. Cable, P. Greenawat
John Crubaugb, Pbll MltcbeU,
H. P. HvuL I. Simon ,
K. W. Hunt, i. li. BufOId
John Vte .
loUtkors Jf ?aon aad II art I.