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TITC An&UB. miOAY. SEPTEilBEB 27, 1901.
THE TRAVELERS' OOTDB
"h fiHlCAGO, ROOK ISLAND
-r V PxnBa Rallwav Ticket
ebeenedet City Ticket office,
-t'(,'':l UHKAAnA ftfenuf. nr CI.. R.
jini ii LAP. depot, corner Flfta
avenue and rhlrty-flrat street. rrask H. Flum
tecTor Limited AOtoshe...
rv Worth, Denver K.O..
Cdui and Dee Moines.....
iOutba k Minneapolis..
Oir.h A LJroola Kx. ......
be Moines Oout
Denver, Lincoln Omtkt.
Dm Moines Kxpreea
Bt- Paul Minneapolis.....
Denver. It. Worm K. O.
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t 8:00 sir
f :M kit
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t IM erx
t et an
t f:l pa
t fl SO ens
t l es pa
t 8.20 pa
r 7:40 SIX
1 10:38 ai
I aw pa
tguiH City ,S t Joe & Dovr
iOoek Island Washington;
t 1:15 pm
GMflMto uea Moinee.
Bxih Island Brooklyn AO
tOrtsns Book Island..,
Arrival, t Departure. xDaUy, eept Pub
fDally eiept Baturday. Ail others daily. To
E2 -1 T URLINGTON ROUTE a,
.iUUlJWW' ' Second Avenue and Twen
T'fcfc. tleth atreet.
mm. imTi, Anitva
at. Tu EDrtnaneld. Peoria.
Wulncv Tie Ualesburg
Psorla, feesrustown. Bur
lint ton, Denver and
7:15 am fl:S0 an.
t.0 pm! tlt ll pn
Bt. L., Kan. City. Denver!
and Pacific Coast Tia
BterllDg and polaia Inter
East Wolice. Suburban
Bv L.. Denver and west.
Clinton and Dubuque
PvrTrt and Clinton.
CI. .. Dubuque, Lai
liohre. St Paul, Minn.
A Weht and N. W
iaUy. tDally except Sunday.
f-lHIOAQO. MILWAUKEE A
BT. PACL raUway D.,
R. L & N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Serententb
street. George W. Wood,
acent. The trains for D
bubne and points north run
la Illinois aide of river. Trains for Krecport
and Milwaukee will run via Davenport, C1U
toa and haiuot'
A a trains win connect at Savanna for polnlt
east and west.
TKAIHS. IHTI. ABJIVa.
Dubuque and St. Paul
Passenger 7:25 am 11:40 am
Accommodation 10:15 am 11:15 am
Dubuque and St. Paul
Passenger 4:00 pm! 9:15 pm
Milwaukee Kxpresa 7:00 ami 0:15 pm
Freeport Kipreaa. 4:J0 pm) 11:40 am
All trains dally except Sunday.
Xf OCK ISLAND A PKORIA
-"Railway Depot First are
one and Twentieth atreet. M
A. Patterson, General Passen
ger Agent. Passenger trMnt
leave C, R. L It P. fV
line avenue) depot ten (10)
Mnutea earlier than tu
given. E. L. Goff, Agent.
Peoria, Bpilngfield. 8t. L,
Indianapolis. Cincinnati.. S:05 am
spoils, Cincinnati, iUoom
Intrton. St. Louis
1 45 pm
6 33 pm
Peoria. lcdlnapolis, Cln-
7 00 am
Cable A Sberrard Aocom.. I j
Trains marked are dally,
All others d ally
CHAS. E. HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency,
A merlc&n Ina. "o., - Newark, N. J.
Traderi Int. Co., - - Chicago, HI
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Pa
Beckford Ins. Co. - - Bockford, 111.
Security Ina, Co. New Haven, Conn
Int. Co. State of HL, - Bockford. Ill
oaiee. Room S, Burord Mock. Rats
as low as consistent with security
J. Ah Buford,
ix ' Insurance
Too old rire ana
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Bate as low aa any
can afford. Your
It's Quality that Counts.
la Coal It'a quality that makes heat, ta
quality that retains It, It s quality that
icaices possible consumption of SO per
cent of the combustible part of It. leav
ing a light, clean awh: lastly, lt'aquality
that Usnens your fuel bills you re not
paying for dirt, refuse or nnburnables.
Tije coal we handle both hard and soft
deserves all the good things we and
o-.ir patrona aay for It A ton will talk
aa loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZER.
Dowt Be Fooled'
Tak ths csbuia. rta;iasJ
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TU
Made o!y by Madlso Mad
cine Co.. Msdiasat, Wis. t
keeps yoa well. Oar trwf
marlc cut aoch srfcTg
Prtcs. 33 cetrts. fevs? ''
't bulk. Aetrt Ws
T U. Thomas " eolB actnt, - .
are Nature's warning notes of
approaching danger from a dis
eased heart. If you would
avoid debilitating diseases, or
even sudden death from this
hidden trouble pay heed to the
early warnings. Strengthen the
heart's muscles, quiet its nerv
ous irritation and regulate its
action with that greatest of all
heart remedies, Dr. Miles
'Darting pains through my
heart, left side and arm vrould
be followed by smothering, heart
ppasms and fainting. Dr. Miles'
Heart Cure has entirely relieved
me of those troubles. "
S56 Kewaunee St, Milwaukee, Wis.
controls the heart action, accel
erates the circulation and builds
up the entire system. Sold by
druggists on a guarantee.
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
ONE M3Hr ONLY.
Saturday, Sept. 28.
LEVIS & AU J TIN'S
All Star Minstrels.
2) TKOPLK ALL WHITE 25
Prices 0c. 20c. 30o and 50c. Seats
on sale at Bleuer'u jewelry store.
Sunday, Sept 29.
DAVE B. LEWIS'
UNCLE JOSH SPRUCEBY
JJ People Hayaerd" Band.
Grand Operatic Orchestra.
Car Load Special Scenery.
Novel Mechanical Effects
THE GREAT SAW MILL. SCENE.
All New Specialties Watch foe the
Note the prleea 10. -J). SO and Vc. Seats on
sale at ll euer jewelry atore. One night
oniy. Get teats ea ly.
" Charles Bleuer. Sole Lease and Ugr
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Monday, Sept. 30.
THE SUPREME FAVOBITES. CHASE
LISTER THEATRE CO.,
Prcaentiog the Great Society Drama,
Thc Senator's Daaghttr.'
Popular price, 10n. 20c aod 30c
Mond y nurnt, two iUks or one ladv and
rwit admitted on one paid kj t cket It re
tcrved before fl p. m.
PURTIS OPERA HOUSE,
Under the direction of
Cbambiruk. Kindt a Co.
Tuesday, Oct. 1.
Last Appeakanxe of Mb Kobson as
Meat Maenlflcent Production ever given to
the Greatest American Comedy ever
AS "BERTIE THE HMD,'' In Branson
A Rcmaikable Company Macklyn Arbucklo,
Uorotby Konsnore. Kuna bytal, Estelle
Carter, C ifford Leigh, Mary Kealty
and Twenty Others.
Prices 25c, 5ic. 75o. fi. l 60. Seats on sale
at Fluke's book store, 311 Brady street.
THEY TASTE VERY
MUCH UKl 101 .
John VoIl & Co.
Guilders : : :
ALSO stAjrurAOTCBKA OF
iah. Doors. Flllnds and Mooldingsi
Veaeerwd and Hard Wood Floor
ing of All Unds.
ilnglcaad Double Strength Wlndo
Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled
Plata and Art Glass.
811-329 EIGHTEENTH STREET .
HARD ON THE NERVES
KUNMING TRAINS OVER MOUNTAIN
ROADS IS RISKY WORK.
It Takes Tooth and Streasjtb aid
Cow rase to Hold am Eaajrlneer's Job
a One of These Brala Wfairlias;,
Serve Hacklag Haas.
"One of the greatest difficulties of
the real mountain roads, like the Colo
rado Midland, the Itio Grande Western
and the Denver and Kio Grande, is in
getting engineers." said the city pas-
scnger agent of the Hlo Grande West-
ern road. This gentleman is familiar I want you to give me a trial. If you
with all the intermountain roads, don't find me of any use, you needn't
where the trains have to all but fly to pay me any salary, and if you do I
reach some of their destinations. shall want a good salary. If I don't
"One might suppose that all roads find my proper groove In a month, you
would look alike to the experienced en-! cuu drop me out."
glner, but they oon't. Along some of j Mr. Dana looked hlui over,
the prairie roads aa engineer can take "Young man." he said. "I like your
a run on any new track almost as well looks. Have you ever attended any Jn
as on one he has traveled for years and etltutlon of learning?"
knows with his eyes shut. Uut here in "Yes, sir. I am a graduate of two
the west it is different. Down In Colo- newspaper offices, one a country week
rado, where are some of the greatest iy nnd the other a daily paper in a city
monuments to the railroad builder that wf ioo.OOO Inhabitants."
have ever been erected, an engineer "m'take you. Go and report to thy
has to travel over the roads sometimes managing editor."
for weeks with old. experienced engl- J AnJ yir 1)ann turned again to his
neers who know the track before he wolk Youth's Companion.
will be trusted with a train. It Isn't a I
question of engineering ability; merely . Tenaessee's Wealth of Oak: Timber,
one of experience. I 0ne of Tennessee's richest fields of
"It is enough to take a fellow's nerve natural resources Is in its forests. Most
to sweep arouud some of thosa rooun- ' of nor timbered land is as yet virgin,
tain curves and passes for the first and at the top cf the list of the varie
time. Some good men never take nore tleg to found Is oak. That tree is
than their first ride. I have seen e.igl- one of tjie most valuable that ever
npors itimc from the prist, inpn of Hit i .i.t i.n .....
edge character and ability, who lost
' tlinl. w.nMA 1.1. H t- HIn ...1 .....I.
men uc-ii7 iiu me un mva oak timber Is practically inupstrueti
the first train for a flatter country. w, ,vhen not exposed to the elements
Dizzy reverse curves, trestles that
srem to totter in the wind, precipices
that seem to yawu for a fellow's life
and grades that are a revelation of
horror to the newcomer crowd In be
wildering confusion on the view, and
unless a fellow is as stolid as an ox or
nervy as the mischief he is apt to lose
"You would be surprised at the num
ber of young eugiupers who are on the
mountain roads. For one thing, a man
does not last there as he does on a less 8pirt and cimbs up a ioint from which
picturesque, more prosaic run. It takes Jt ueVer will fall. If the forests of this
youth and strength and courage of a tree to fouml j Teuuessee today are
rare order to stand it all. The eompa- ' here w vears from now. this will Ikj
nies are the most appreciative In the oue of tb'e rit.jiest 8tate8 in the Union.
world, for they realize how hard It is to KnoxvIIIe Sentinel.
get a good man, and they treat a good
man right royally. Hut even this does Aaa KaBt Indian Verdict,
not attract a surplus of the right sort. j a cnse one ef UUr Indian courts
"The principal dangers are in the a jury uaj before tuetu evidence that
heavy grades and in the sharp curves, t.ol,u Uot be in any way shaken. When
though landslides are far from un- tbe concluding btage had been reached,
known. One must know his train and tne following interchange of conversa
hls road like a book to get through (ion took piace between the judge and
with his life on the Marshall pass, for j Dis colleagues in the administration of
instance. Tsnere you seem io piunge
headlong down the mighty bill. A rock
on the track, a broken wheel, a runa
way car or a failure of the brakes to
work would end In a smash up that
would startle the whole country. The
hill might be a glare of ice or frost, it
might be wet or snowy, and if you set
the airbrake too hard so as to start the
wheels to sliding down the hill you go
like a gigantic toboggan, with death
and destruction at the end of the ride.
The management of the airbrake and
knowing where the curves and danger
ous places are is the greatest part of an
engineer's education In the mountains.
"For my own part, knowing the dan
gers as I do, I feel nervous after riding
100 miles over the wildest parts of the
roads even as a passenger. I rode
through the IJoyal gorge on the engine
a few weeks ago and was glad when
the ride was over. It makes a fellow
feel trembly like to think what might
be, though the worst rarely happens.
Such Is the care taken in equipment
and In getting the best men that the
mountain roads have as small a propor
tion of losses as the dead level roads of
the plains, liut It takes a man of nerve
to pilot a train through some of the
"A freight train Is the worst. In that
It is much heavier than a passenger
and Is expected to make almost the
same time. All the heavy stock trains
going east. 25 to 30 cars, make passen
ger schedule. A freight Is so loosely
coupled as to be very unmanageable at
critical points. The stock trains are the
terror of the engine drivers and all the
"A fellow Isn't necessarily a coward
when he throws up his job as engineer
over the mountain roads, after see i us
what the dangtrs are. Not one passen
ger In 10.000 would assume the same
danger. The position calls for absolute
ly steady nerve, ami one who feels that
he Is likely to get rattled is dangerous
to himself, to the company and to all
who ride behind him. A man must
tblnk and act like lightning In the lace
of so many dangers that he must be
sure of his ability to stand the strain
TVa na slATti h n v frrent number of
years. It is beyond one's power to do
so and be safe. A man may be brave
and willing and all that, but these are
not enough. He must be sure aud proof
against stampede. Such a man Is worth
everything to the companies, and they
treat him like a prince." Butte Inter
Mountain. A Black Flower.
Fame and fortune await the Ingen
ious horticulturist who can suceed In
producing a flower that Is entirely
black, a problem that has hitherto de-
fled the efforts that have been made in a muiuiuue ot rooms ana apanmems.
that direction for more than three cen- j To travel all the balls, chambers, corri
turles past, for. notwithstanding the tdors, lengths and depths of the great
sensational novel of Alexandre Dumas. ' palace would require a tour amounting
ontititxl "The Black Tulio. there Is no
such thing as a really black flower in
existence, although almost every color
and shade of the rainbow is present In
flowers and blossoms.
"But she looks so confiding.
"That'a Jost what makes ber so hor-
rid. When you get to know ber. yon
flal that she has nothing to confide. I
la the School of Work.
Charles A- Dana of the New York
Sun was a roan of extensive learninj
and attached great Importance to col
lege training, but was quick to recog
nize the value of the practical educa
tion that a man of good parts may pick
up in this workaday world outside of
A young man went to The Sun office
one day and asked to see the editor In
chief. lie would not be rebuffed by the
subordinates and after some delay was
admitted. He stated bis business with
out a moment's loss of time.
I "Mr. Dana," he 6ald. "I believe I
could be of some use on this paper, and
JJiriV, mill lUla siuic uiuic inuu uou-
Bnv rj0i, n jt
. " .......
of the atmosphere. I mean that oak
timber can be submerged iu the ground
or buried in the water, where ihe at
mosphere does not affect it. and It will
last for so many years that the man
who had put it ihere is dead and for
gotten by the time it lias deoa.ved.-
It is a growing favorite, and deserv
edly so. In many ways of innnufactur
ing furniture and In finishing tine
houses. The price u it is always firm,
and every now au.I then it makes a
"Gentlemen, are you ready to give
"What is your verdict?"
"Our answer is. sir. that you can do
as you like with the nun that have con
fessed, but we acquit all the rest."
"lint Is It possible that you have
weighed the evidence?"
"Evidence like this can always be
"Do you find that as regards these
prisoners it has been fabricated?"
"Evidence can lie fabricated."
"So the evidence is untrustworthy?"
"Unless a man confesses who can tell
if he is guilty?" Bombay Gazette.
Close to m Fool.
A farmer was working ia his field
when a sewing machine man came
"Good mornlug," said the sewing ma
"Your corn seems to be pretty yel
low." "Yaas: I planted yellow cawn."
"You don't seem to have more than
half a crop."
"Waal, I planted it on the halves."
"You seem pretty close to a fool."
"Yaas; there's only a fence between
When the sewing machine man came
to. it required the services of two doc
tors to get him into such shape that he
was able to make the next town. New
A Poaad of Swallows.
How many live swallows go to a
pound? This question lately formed
the subject of a bet In the little town
of N . In Baden. A swallow was
caught and Its legs and wings tied up
with a piece of silk thread and placed
on the scales. To everybody's surprise
It was found to weigh only ten
t prams, so that it takes 50 of them to
j make up a pound. Karlsruher Nach-
The Saspeaslon Bridge.
There is no doubt that the first idea
or a susitcnsion uriage was BuSvi
, to prlmlt ve man by the Interlacing ot
, tree branches and parasitical plants
.across rivers. Probably monkeys used
, i"-ui w.vire men ui. m .
talnous countries, such as Tibet and
Peru, they have apparently been used
since the dawn of history, possibly ear
lier. A Tonr of the Eaearlal.
It requires about four days to make
an investigation of the Escurial, the
great Spanish palace, there being such
to over 10O miles.
The time in the summer at which the
leaves begin to turn Is a tolerably sure
indication of the soundness of the
tree. Some trees will keep tbelr foliage
green until September, while the leave
of unhealthy trees will begin to show,
signs of turning brown or yellow ia
CAPTURING A PASSENGER.
The Hacktnaa Tried Many Pleas, the
Lat a Funny One.
"I like pcrsverenco in a man, even
In a backman." began Peterson, "and
there Is one particular jehu doing busi
ness in Washington who possesses that
quality in the superlative degree.
"When I visited the CapitalCity.I had
my mind fully made up to have noth
ing to do with the haekmen, so when
I stepped off the traiu and a crowd of
these gentry began shouting at me I
simply shook my head and passed on.
One of them, however, was uot to
be thus easily disposed of. Dancing
around in front of me so as to block
my progress, he vociferated:
"'Hack, mister? Take you to the
Washington monument or the capitol?
Only half a dollarr
"Again I shook my head.
" 'Smithsonian institution or treasury
building? Take you to both of 'em for
"Still I shook my head.
'Arlington and Fort Myer? Drive
you over and back for ?2I'
"As before I responded with a shake
of the head.
"Xavy yard or Soldiers' home?
Either place for a dollar.'
"Another shake of the head.
" 'Want to go to the White House and
see the president? Drive you right
there for 50 centsT
"More head shaking.
" 'Patent office or state department?
Same price as the White House!'
"Another shake. Mind you. all this
time I hadn't opened my mouth or ut
tered a word, and from the puzzled
look on tiu- hack man's face I thought
I had him about discouraged. Uut as
I shoved past him. thinking to make
my escape, his countenance suddenly
brightened up and I heard him mutter:
'"By George. I've hit It now! I'd
try him just once morel And then,
running In front of me again, he spell
ed out on his fingers in the deaf and
dumb alphabet, witii which I chanced
to be familiar, 'Deaf and Dumb asy
lum? Take you right to the door for
a quarter!" Woman's Home Com
panion. - t
A Night of Terror.
"Awful anxiety was felt for the
wiiow of the brave General Burnham,
ot Macbias, Me., when tie djct-rs
said she would die from pneumon'a
before morning,' writes Mrj. S. H.
Lincoln, who attended her that fear
ful night, "but she begged for Dr.
King's New Discovery, which had
more than once Baved her life, and
cored her of consumption. After
taking, she slept all night. Further
use entirely cured her." This mar
velous medicine is guaranteed to cure
all throat, chest and lung diseases.
Only 50 cents and $1. Trial bot
tles free at Hartz & Ullemeyer'a
Coming to Rock Island.
From BERLIN, GERMANY
1 has by the solicitation of many Physi
cians and Patients decided to visit
Rock Island from Sept. 30 to Oct, 5
at the Kock Island House from
8 . iu. to 7 p. in. each 1
And return one week each montn.
And return one week each month.
Prof. A. Chaim is a graduate of the
University of Berlin, 18(32.
Prof A. Chaim is ready to meet the
most difficult cases in the Orthopedic
Specialty, such as Deformity Braces,
Trusses, Abdominal Supporters,
Sponge Foot, Artificial Legs, Wire
Hands, Elastic Stockings and all Braces
Call with your family physician, or personally
wriletoyourlriend-i and Kivethcdateof my visit.
Do you want to walk withot pain on your
natural 'flat foot?
Llo you wish your tVesk Anklea strength
en ed. or Club Foot cured?
Do you want your How Lr(r straightened?
Do you want your Knock Kneea straight
ened, so you can walk without interference?
Do you want your Diseased Hip in shape so
you can walk without the aid of crutches?
Do you went your Spinal Curvature or
Spinal Disease cured?
Do you want your Neck or "Tartieollls"
Do you want to get rid of a Paralysis, of the
whole or part of the bodv?
Do vou want a Sponjt Foot Lea;?
Do jrou want an Artificial Hand that will
last voii a life time?
If so, call at once and see Prof. Chaim. He
can tell vou in five minutes whether you can he
cured or" not. Prof. C halm's new method is in
dorsed by ihe leading Surgeon of the U. S., who
say it is the greatest blessing and discovery of
the age. Crowds of people come from all sec
tions of the country to see him daily. He is
treating hundreds "and answering many hun
dreds of letters. Come and read what his pa
tients have to say. If that does not satisfy you.
consult him and be will refer you to over 5000
cured esses. Among them sre Doctors. lawyers.
Bankers, Ruines Men, Women, Children snd
Working Men Now if you can find sny one of
these that sav they ever had or saw used the
method he uses, he" will treat you free.
Remember his consultation is free this trip
and you must call early, as his parlors sre always
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Over 1,200 Cures Made in the Trl-Cltlcs
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CATARRH of NOSE. THROAT, STOMACH and MIDDLE EAR cured
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DISEASES OF WOMEN.
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of diseases of the NERVOUS SYSTEM.PARALYSIS.NERVOUS PROSTRA
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Work are the largest and most complete in the state. The latest scien-jj
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Over 15 years experience in College and Hospital work. Consultation)
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WE CURE WHEN OTHERS FAIL
Nervous and Private
of Both Sexes.
Oar Baetrlo Mseblna tor
tbs treatment of Nervous
and X-Kay work.
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive drains, Sleep.essness, Threatened In? a a
- lty. Weak Memory, Mental Delusions, or any 'other eoadltloa flue to nervosa exaaostlci
CATARBjl,CDyspepsIa, Asthma, Rheumatism, 8crofnla, Blood, Kidney. Live
and Skin Diseases eaa be aolekly and permanently eared by oar advanced system of meal
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methods. Hydrooele cured In three days no pain. ... ,.
WOMEN Buffering from diseases peculiar to their ex should consult ci. W
bave cured many easea given up as hopeless, and we may be able to cure you. Sorriest
operations performed at your home If desired. Abdominal and brain aurgery a specialty.
THE QUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH is a vital one therefore you cannot
afford to place your ease In the hards of those who have had LtUe or ao practical exper
lence in the treatment of ehroalo diseases.
DR. WALSH'S large private practice and extensive experience as surgeoa-lu-
ehlef of St. Anthony's Hospital together with the fact that he has eared hundreds wtO
were pronoanwd Incurable by others during toe five yeara he has been located In Deven
port, proves onolustvely that bo Is the physlolaa you should consult U you want to get
wma ' Best of reference and credential!
Only Curabla Cases Taken. el:
Bears, m 11 a' aa, e aaa ? ta. as Sunday XI JO to 1:30 p. m.
02ic 134 Weit Third Street U'Collough Building. Davenport, Ia.
w. av!4 T
1 a. m., l to 4 ana lo s p. m. han
9 room house "
OB. i. X. WALSH,
Formerly of Obtearo, s- -Burgeon-In
-Chief of St.