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YTEE AneHJSi TUESDAY, SErTEMlJEB 17,1901;
Lydia Em Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
It will entirely cure the worst forms of Frmalo Complaints, all Ova
Tian troubles Inflammation and Ulceration, Falling and Displacement
of the Womb, and consequent Spinal "Weakness, and is peculiarly
adapted to the Change of Life.
It has cured more cases of Uackacho and Leucorrhcpa than anr
other remedy the world has ever known. It is almost infallible in such
cases. It dissolves and exjels tumors from tho Uterus in an early stago
vl development, and checks any tendency to cancerous numors.
Irregular, Suppressed or Painful Menstruation, "Weakness of tho
Stomach. Indigestion, liloating. Flooding, Nervous Prostration, Head
ache. General Debilitv ouirklv vields
Womb troubles, causing pain, weight, and backache, instantly re
lieved and permanently cured by its use. Under all circumstances it
acts in harmony with the laws that govern tho female system, and is as
harmless as water.
It quickly removes that Roaring-down Feeling, extreme lassi
tude, "don't care" and waut-to-lie-left-alono' feeling, excitability,
irritability,nervousness. Dizziness, Faintness. sleeplessness, flatulency,
melancholy or the 44 blues," and backache. These are sure indications
of Female "Weakness, or some derangement of the Uterus, which this
medicine always cures.
Kidney Complaints and Uackacho of cither sex the Vegetable
Compound alwaj's cures.
Xo other female medicine in the world lias received such
widespread and unqualified endorsement. o other medicine
lias such a record of cures of female troubles.
Those women who refuse to accept anything else are re
warded a hundred thousand times for they get w hat they want
cure. Sold by Iruggists everywhere. Refuse all substitutes
CHAS. E. HODGSON
Fire Insurance Agency
American Ins. "Vs.. Newark, S. J.
Traders Ins. Co Chicago. ID
Dnion Ins. Co. Philadelphia,, Pa
Reckford Ins. Co. - - Kockford, IU
Security Ins, Co. New Haven, Conn
Ins. Co. 8tate of I1L. Cockford. IP
Office, Room 8, Buford block. Rate
m low aa consistent with seourlty
J. 1. Buford
NM ' K A Nl
The ola lre ana
tosses Promptly Paid.
Kaiei aa low aa c
van afford. Youi
12 t-2c Cotton Flannels 8c
Y Extra Heavy Cotton Flannel.
usually 121c. some short
lengths, all this week if
they last, only 8c
New Fall Silks.
Some wonderful values: Com-
tmencing this morning we offer
some exceptional lots of new fall
, silks at abont half value.
Mill lengths. 1 to 5 varda of 19
and '-'7-inch plain taffeta Silk
T worth from $1 to 8oo, mostlv
v. l w f t u. "
UiaWA. lVIUQ U1U,
choice 55c, 45c and 25C
100 yards of handsome new
T fancy silks, values $1 to
X fl. 25 a yard, at C9C
X f 1 Black Satin Duchess, poplin,
lauie, etc , very extraor-
, dinary, a yard
100 Pieces Handsome
Id plain and fancy embroidered
designs, all very speciaN
Jv priced, at yard, 11.12,
l, 89c and JSC
Tuesday at 2:30 o'clock, iin.
ported worsted plaid dress
goods, value 50, at, per
(Ono to a customer. )
At 3 o'clock Tuesday 20 pieces
handsome b'ack mohair jc
quard dress goods, never
shown for lea than 11.50
a yard, choice per yard. JSq
L S McCabe 8c Co., Rock Island
Third Avenue Through to Second. Entrances on both Avenues.
How Truly the Great
Fame of Lydia K. Pink
ham's Vegetable Com
pound Justifies Her Orig
Halt Rates to
Big Four Route
ON ACCOUNT OK
Sovereign Grand Lodge,
I. 0. 0. F.
SEPT. 16 TH TO 21ST, 1901.
Round trip tickets to Indianapolis,
Ind., will be on pale from all "Big
Four" points on September 13. 14 and
15, 1901, (also on September 16th
from points within a radius of 100
miles from Indianapolis,) at rate of
one fare for round trip.
Tickets good for return until Sep
tember 23rd, 1901.
For full In formation and particulars aa to
rates, tickets, limits, etc, cail on agon's
isig J? our Koute ' or uodrets tbe undersigned.
WARREN J. LYNCH. W. P. DEPPE,
Gen. Pas. St Tkt At Asst. G. P. & T. A.
BIG BIG NEW STORE, ROCK ISLAND.
New Laces and Dress rrlmnlnss.
Hundreds of handsome French ap
pliques. Venice bands, filet net bands and
all overs. Hand painted medalien gal
oons, escurial and cbantilly bands,
lljunces acd all-overs. A bewildering as
sortment and more arriving every day.
School Shoes and Stockings.
Misses' Kangaroo calf school shoes,
usually 11.35, laoe or button, this
week i.... SOc
Make a note right hero the manufact
urer doubled our order and must take the
loss, and we cay 80a. The balance of 46o
will be charged back to fhe maker. We
Boys and Misses' School Stockings,
double leg. wear resisters. usually
22c and 25j. Tbis week 18c and." 5c
' Notions, etc , at Halt frlce.
25c solid back Hair Brushes 12c
Assorted lot of belts worth up to f 1,
to close 25c
Assorted lot of purses worth to 25c,
at 10c and . . .'. 5c
Seidlitz Powders, box jq
25c Freckle Lotion IOC
I&ochello Salts, box r?C
Ladies' 10a fancy Hat Pins, each .... 2c
Men's Furnishing Department.
Two ezeeptloOKl purchases of men's fancy half
hoe at nearly halt. Uommencinc today and until
Men's haodMOme fancy brsc. tho everywhere,
and that Is their value. lu stylos, at. a pair.. 17c
Men's hf bote, ail new, styllkli fancy pat
terns. 10 style, at. a pair 3c
Woven wire, tplral. all Iron, combination
spiral and woven wire, box sprlntr. Price '
up from S)l.l 8
We open tbe season with all wool ingrain
Carpet h, vcr yard.. 45o
FROM JOINING WOODMEN
Because he declared himself glad
that President McKinldj's wound had
proved fatal and said he was an anar
chist, Camp 4081, M. W. of A., at
New Buffalo, Mich., reconsidered the
acceptance of the application of Fred
W. Weide for membership, and asked
tbat IIed Clerk Hawed cancel the
certificate that had been issued for
deliver j to him upon his initiation.
The request of Camp 4081 was cheer
fully granted by tbe authorities at
tbe bead cfllse, woo have taken pains
to notifj ihe former that tbe action
taken was exactly as the head c Hirers
of the order would havo recom
mended. frompt was the dismhsil of a well
Known employe of the Deero & CoV
carpenter force in Moline when it
ras learned at the oOlce that he had
made tbe expression that ho was glad
President McKinley was ehot. It
could not be ascertained just exactly
what the man said, but it is under
stood that when news of the cruel
shooting of the president was received
and every true American was solicit
ous regarding the outcome of his
wounds, this man said that it ervd
him right or words to that tffdor.
Laier when the nad news of the presi
lent's death was received, be is
credited with expressing no sorrow
over the taking of tbe life of the
:hlef executive of tbe country aid
elated Ibat "it didn't matter, Mc
Kinley was always the friend of tie
rica mac, and never he ped a pour
Foreman Olof Hansen learned of
tbe man's expressions and cal.ed him
before him He admitted that be
felt no sorrow, and thai he had made
ihe expressions attributed to him. He
was given a cbancs to retract his
word?, but refused and his dismissal
from the service of the company was
at once made.
CAN CURE ASTHMA
lnd Hay Fever V Leading Physician at
Last Dlscovfra the Remedy.
Dr Rudolph Schiffmann, of St
Paul. Minn., who is the recognized au
thority on throat and lun diseases,
and who in 30 years of practire has
undoubtelly treated and cured more
cases of asthma than any living
physician, makes the astonnding
statement tbat he has at last discov
ered a remedy wbich not only given.
instant reliet lu the worit oaes rf,
asthma, hay fever and bronchitis,
bat etTt c-s curis where all other treat
ments ha?e failed Such is the cor
tilenco of this physician in bis dis
covery that ho has anthoriz d fie an
nouncement that next Thursday,
Sept. ID, he will give free of charge a
liberal earn pie package of his remedy
to every sufferer who applies at T. U.
Thcmas' drug store, Seventeenth
street and Second avenufl.
Those living out of town will be
sent a free sample up to Sept. 21st,
if they will enclose a 2 cent stamp to
Dr. It. Schiffmann. 370 Jackson
street, St. Paul. Minn.
Gives new live material, drives
away disease, makes up for tho wear
and tear of body and brain. That's
what Rocky Monntain Tea Is doing.
T. II Thomas' Pharmacy.
10o Shaker lUnnel, heavy
lid? co Sc
Sattcen finished ticking.
fancy stripes 7lc
New Drtss Shirts.
500 new dress skirts came in
last week and the styles aro
more varied than you usually
find them. They wero a fortu
nate purcbaso and will go cheap.
Fine black wool skirts with new
black satin trimrciag,
not 4 50 but 2.95
BlacV taffeta silk skirls with
dainty trimming of ribbon
rucbing, not 3 50 but
New Jaikets and Automo
as well as Norfolk and other
cew suits coming in every day.
A sptcial display of children's
coats and jickts. 2 to 14 years,
catchy little styles at prices
bard to rosist.
Attractive patterns in new and
popular stylos. Bent and
roil tops, wild gold chills.
Bras rails and knobs and all
brass. All )zes and colors,
priced from f 3 4.50
Cotton top, 'reversible combi
nation, cotton, tilled cotton,
medium and beet curled
hair. 23 75 dowu to 1.98
Continued From First Page.
their last'trlbute to' the' dead had an
opportunity to catch a glimpse of the
flag-coverl tier elevated to view In
the observation car at the rear of the
train.' There was no other bit of color
to catch the eye on this train of death.
The locomotive was shrouded In black,
the curtains of tbe car In which fat
the lonely, stricken widow, the rela
tives of the president, cabinet and oth
ers, were drawn. The whole black
train was like a shuttered house, save
only for that hindmost car, where the
l'cxly lay guarded by a soldier of tbe
army and a Bailor of the navy.
Mrs. McKinley stood the trip brave
ly. In the morning soon after leaving
IInfTalo she pleaded so earnestly to be
allowed to go into the car where her
dear one lay that reluctant assent was
given, and she septn half an hour be
side the coflin. All the way the train
wiis preceded about fifteen minutes by
a pilot engine, sent ahead to test the
bridges and switches and prevent the
possibility of accident to the precious
burden It carried. The train had the
right of way over everything. Xot a
wheel moved on the Pennsylvania rail
road system thirty mluutes before th
pilot engine was due, or for the same
length of time nfter the train bad
Uencral Superintendent .7. 1. lluthc
hison had sent out explicit instructions
covering every detail. The order con
cluded: "Kvery precaution must be
tuken by all employes to make this
move absolutely certain." General
Hoyd. assistant passenger agent, had
personal charge of the. train. The
train left Ituffalo at K::'0 a. in. ami ar.
rived at Washington at S:"S p. in. In
twelve hours it Is estimated that over
half a million people saw the coflin
which hold all that was mortal of Pres.
TAPS IS THE ONLY SOl'NI)
That Ilreaks the Stillness When the Cas
ket la Taken from the Train.
Meanwhile the casket was lMing re
moved from the observation car, car
ried by four artillerymen from Fort
McIIenry and four sailors. While of
ficers on either side and in the en
trance stood with uncovered heads the
remains were carried to Sixth street
and placed in the hearse. As the cas
ket emerged a bugle not rose clearly,
end 'taps" rang out.
The hearse bearing the third mar
tyred president drove quickly away
nd was followed at once by President
ICoosevelt and those accompanying him
the cabinet oHicers and others. The
military was already in' line. The pro
cession swept from the Sixth street
station into Pennsylvania avenue. The
historic thoroughfare was hung in
Mack. The Stars and Stripes, furled
ami knottd with crape, floated from
hundreds of windows. Flanked on
both sides of the avenue, from Sixtli
street to the executive mansion, were
tens of thousands of people who, with
bared heads and no mummr of sound
watched the last home-coming of Pres
There was no music. It was almt
li.-lf -piist nine when the head if the
procession reached I lie White Ilousr?
grounds and turned into the driveway.
When th sad cortege arrived at trt:
White IIoi!e the hearse stopped under
tho pert;" cochero. The body bearers
took the eotHn upon their shoulders,
a ml passing up the three or Tour sie;w.
waited until President Roosevelt and
the members of the cabinet had alight
ed and then followed them through the
wide-open doors into the I'ast room.
Just in the center of the room, under
the great cry.-tal chandelier, they de
posMed their precious burden upon a
black-draped base ami stood at palute
while the new chief executive aiol the
cabinet members, with bowed heads,
passed liv. Following them came the
cliii-f oliicers of the army and navy
now in the city, the guard of honor,
consisting of otiii-er.s of the Loyal Le
sion, members of the I'uion Veterans'
T'nion and the Crand Army of the Ue
pubne. President Roosevelt .UTom
pnnled by the members of the cabinet,
left the house almost Immediately nnd
were driven to their homes.
The casket hail been placed length
wise of the Last room, the head to the
north. Piled about it were a half hun
dred floral emblems of exceptional
iK'autv. Two marines, n soldier and a
sailor stood guard, one at each corner
of the casket, while seated on either
side were two members" of the Grand
Army and two members if the Loyal
Legion. These were relieved at inter
vals of two hours during the night.
The trl city Woodmen excursion to
Cedar Uapids, originally announced
for Thursday, and then postponed till
Friday on account of the president's
funeral, has now been abandoned.
The attendants at the Corkendahl
Wylie wedding, to be solemnized to
morrow evening In Davenport, were
entertained at an elaborate dinner at
the Rock Island Club last evening.
President Gnstave Andreen. Dr. N.
Forsander and Mrs. Ldla Lnnd, of toe
Augnstana college facnltv. returned
vestcrday from Wahoo, Neb., where
they participated in a Swedish fes
tival. II. F. Cordes will celebrate tto
fx renal opening of his now furniture
store on Third street botwoen Harri
son and Main, Davenport, Saturday,
Sept. 21. and will have on exhibition
and sale the finest line of furniture
and carpets ever shewn In the three
cities. Peterson's orchestr will fur
nish music in the evening.
YV. Lane. Pewamo. Mich.,
writes: "Yonr KoJol Dyspepsia Cure
is the best remedy ior inaigesuou nu
stomach trouble that I ever used.
For years I fuffcred from dyspepsia,
at times compelling me to stay In bed
u nrl oftiisinr me untold a?onv. I am
completely cured by Kodol Dyspepsia
. - t i . j
Jure, in recommenuing it to mcuuo
vhn an fTer from Indigestion I always
offer to pay for It if it fails. Thus far
I haye never pata. a. tx. jiieoer anu
lUrtz & Ullemeyer.
Subscribe for Thb Abqui.
ROCK ISLAND HEADED
FOR THE PACIFIC COAST.
Tbe belief Is firm in all the south
western country that the Hock Isl
and Is going to biild from. LI Paso to
San Diego, and at the latter point try
toeslab'lsh a great harbor for ori
ental trade. la Prescott, Ariz., and
6a n Diego there are any number of
prominent men who asert with posi
tiveness that they know the Bock
Island is headed for the Pacific coast
and that building now in progress is
being done in the interests of that
road. Kick Island olHcials yesterday
denied tbat there was any purpose to
build west from LI Paso, or that the
company was interested in any of the
building projects now on loot in the
territory mentioned. It is asserted
by residents of Prescott and other
cities in the, southwest that the Bock
Island is back of Phelps, Dode &
Co., owners of the Copper Queen
mine and other valuable mining prop
erty. Phelps, Dodge & Co. ara now
building a line from liisbee to LI
Paso, a distance of 150 miles, and are
projecting a branch from a point near
Douglas to the Nacaaara mines. .
It is asserted tbat ttese pnjects
are under the auspices of the ttuck
Island and will in time ba turned over
to that company. The San D ego
Eastern is the name of a new com-
oany which has been organized at
San Diego for the purpose of building
line from ban Diego to xama. ana
the projectors of the road dec'are
that it is to connect with the line
which the Bock Island is going to ex
tend west from El Paso- Over f50.-
000 has been raistd in San Diego for
the new enterprise, and the citizens
of that town believe that they are
destined to have one of the three
great Pacific coast harbors in the
near future. Tbe denial of the Bjck
liland official to the contrary not
withstanding, there is bouid to be
reat activity in railroad building in
the southwest before long, and all the
dues now touching tbat territory are
having surveys made with a view to
oelng first into fields when mineral
and agricultural wealth may develop.
RETRIBUTION IS COMING.
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prisoner. Judge Kmery then asked the
prisoner not ore the bar if he had couu
scl. but there was no answer.
The court then said: "Szolgosz. you
having appeared fur arraignment in
tlie court, without counsel, the law
makes it the duty of the court to as
sign counsel. The bar association of
our county has suggested the
names of certain gentlemen of high
character for such assignment. The
court has concluded to follow
the suggestion. The- court
therefore assigns the Hon. Lorau L.
Lewis and the Hon. Robert t. Titus as
Judge Kmery directed the oliicers to
notify the attorneys and remove the
prisoner. Czolgos-x was handcuffed to
the detectives, who started out of the
court room with him.. The crowds
surged after them, but found Ihe exit
barred by policemen. Outside the
court room door the prisoner was sur
rounded by policemen and hurried
down stairs into the basement, whence
lu was taken through tho tunnel to the
lull across Delaware avenue.
Trial Set for Monday Next.
Czolgoi. was arraigned this after
noon in tho ccuaty court Justice
Lewis, for Czolotz entered a plea of
not guilty, reserving the right to
witbdraw'that plea. Czolgotz again
refused to plead. Trial of tho case
was set for Monday next.
A Joke on a Professor.
Among some intensely amusing col
lcgo scrapes told by "A Graduate" in
The Ladies' Home Journal Is the story
of a certain professor not much liked
by his pupils who was to be married.
The lady lived in Cleveland. And the
students that loved (?) him were not
of course Invited. P.ut they determin
ed that lu some way he should hear
from them. And he did. On the day
appointed the professor took the traiu
at lO a. m., due to arrive at Cleveland
at V2::v) p. m. About 11 o'clock Jim
Townsend rushed to the telegraph of
fice and sent off this dispatch:
"Chief of Police, Cleveland: Man
coming ou traiu No. O, tall, well dress
ed, frock coat, silk hat, side whiskers.
Escaped lunatic. Hold. Shrewd, there
fore beware. Strange case. Will say
name Fiualll. Mistake. Thinks he fa
professor in n college. IKdusIon. Es
cort to home of f rleuds at No. Euc
This message reached its destination
long before train No. G reached Cleve
land, so that when Professor Fiualll
alighted It was to walk straight into
the custody of three detectives. They
would listen to no words of reason, but
escorted him out to the house on Euclid
avenue, the home of his Intended bride.
The Earth's Bendtnars.
Little bendtngs are In progress all the
time the world over. The "Immovable"
bills are low!ng and scraping to each
other constantly. Every evening, as the
dew settles In the valleys between
them, they nod to one another. So like
wise do the mountains, even to a great
er cxteut. Gravity is tugging all the
And in London, too. where earth
quake sensations are practically un
known, the earth bends daily, and the
buildings, like the hills and the moun
talus. uod to their friends opposite
when the morning trafiic begius. On
Sunday usually their manners take a
rest excepting in such places as I'etti
coat lnne. where business flourishes lu
as lively a fashion as in Paris.
Heine said that even the trees made
obeisance to Napoleon I when be enter
ed Heilin. This was Imaginative, yet
truthful, for tho weight of the crowd
along Unter den Linden made tilting
sufficient for Professor Milne's pendu
lums to have recorded distinctly. One
might say the crust of the earth acts
like a steel spring. It bends bo easily.
SPECIAL BARGAIN SALE.
Ladies' Shoes Worth $2.00 as Long as They
Last Go on This Sale
THE OVEOIDIE BILT.
George F. Sch male, Prop.
FOR THE STUDENTS CF
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
In order to attract an ambitious class cf etudents, and to dem
onstrate in this com no unity the superiorly of our course and methods,
Brown's Business college makes the following remarkable offer:
Any young man cr woman who begins tho regular commercial
course before Feb. l6t, 1902, caa make a special contract which will
secure him or her, upon graduating, a paying position, or the re
funding in cash of every dollar pid for tuition. Fall term now
opening Students enroll at anv time. Send for circular describing
tbis great offer and the prixss ofTared for higb scholarship.
C. O. BENTLEr, Piincipal, Kock Island.
y A Night School of High Grade Will ba Opened Oct. 1.
Wright has All Grades and Prices, Besides Some
Great Bargains in Small Sizes.
7 he Wright
1702 Second Avenue.
DONT allow that young man to come near you until those
decayed and rotten (.yes, we say rotten, for many of
them are rotten) teeth are removed. We never would have
had tbe courage to thus addrtss you but for this fact. Last
week our advice to young men was being read by a lady when
she wrote immediately under. "Yes, and to young women."
On such authority we felt justified in addressing you. And
if you will call on us we will guarantee to extract those bad,
Without Pain and Free of Charge
if you havo them replaced by us. We are permanently
located here and warrant all work. Our honor, name and
reputation are behind each and every piece of work done in
our oflice, and if you think your work has not been done
perfectly, come back. We are anxious and willing to give
you perfect satisfaction. Our specialty,
and the best work at tho lowest prices. Call and lcl us
examine your teeth and give you prices free.
Gold Crown Dental Parlors,
Office Corner Third Ave., and Seventeenth St.
Over Tremann's Meat Market.
Fop the New Home.
You will simplify tbe matter of
furnishing that new home by visiting
our establishment, whw the
LOWEST PRICES PREVAIL.
We prefer to do a big business on a
small margin rather than a little bus
iness on a big margin.
Special pieces or complete suites,
as you desire.
1702 and 1704 Third Ave.
PLACE & CO.
318 Seventeenth Street.
We make and repair Carriage Trimmings,
Upholstering, Tents and Awnings. Give us
a trial. All work guaranteed.
A Postal Will Insure Immediate Attention