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fLB'AItBtJ!. TTJESDA'J:. OCTOBEtt 1. 1901.
319-3 Twentieth Street.
At THIS WEEK.
Stove lifters 5s each
Meat cjppers 5c each
Strainct 5c each
FotatopsherB 5c each
1'arrin. nives 5s each
Tackashelf paper 5c each
Hatchhandles .5c eacl
Mac?oxes . 5c each
3 box! matches 5c each
Cunyombs 5c each
Mocie, bottle 5c each
Lardtottle black ink 5s each
LarJbottle red ink 5c each
SteWp&ns 5c each
Fare's 5c each
Cakjtins 5c each
Larfe roll toilet paper 5c each
11a brashes 5c each
Spaces 5c each
Shi polish 5s each
Ljje assortment of toilet soap.
bar 5c each
WAiams' shaving soap, a bar. 5c each
Lfge pencil tablets 5s each
Tto pair shos strings 5c
I kiods of sewing machine
needles, two for 5c each
lina caps and Baucers 5c each
fhamois skins 5c each
latter paddles 5c each
targe wooden spoons 5c each
;oiiee mills oc eacn
Men Who are Looking
For the newest things in gentle
- men's haberdashery are earn
estly invited to extend their
t earch to this store. All that's
new, all that's good, all that's
Corroct in style, shape and color
ing, and price for popularity.
1714 Second Avenae.
promptly and punctually and the
best ol bread at that is our bust
to get bread. Just let as know
where to deliver it and how much. If
send your order to as and we will
give it our prompt attention.
we are headquarters for wedding
cakes, fancy ice creams, candies, salt
ed nats, etc in fact everything
needed for s nice wedding table can
be gotten from us on short notice.
Your patronagtt will bo highly ap
preciated. Frank J. Math.
Formerly Krell & Math,
rhont t59 716-1711 Deccal Art.
ODD LETTER GIVEN
Orion Baptists' Dismissal of Rev.
White an Unusual Sort of
EEC SETA RY HAY EOT SIGN IT
of Deposed Minister Goes
to Colorado With Her
Orion Baptists of the Mt. Fleasant
church at a covenant meeting Satur
day granted to their former pastor,
Rev. George W. White, who was
deposed from the ministry by the
church council, a letter of dismissal
that is considered uaique aad alto
gether unusual in its wording.
The letter is not considered by the
pastor's friends to be the proper sort
of a letter of transfer of membership,
and it is understood that the secretary
of the church organisation will de
cline to sign it.
Recites all Facta.
The usual form of such letters is
simple statement to the effect that the
church member desires a transfer oi
membership from one chuich to some
other, and a few words concerning to
character and standing of the appli
cant are given. But In the letter
granted Mr White, the fact that
church council was held to act on the
pastor's case is cited, together with
the action of the council in deposing
bitu and in recommending that he be
given a letter of dismissal, in conse
nuence of which the letter of di&rais
sal is granted.
Sirs. White Leave.
Mrs. White left Urlon a week ago
taking her four children and all the
household effects to Colorado. It
understood that the pastor expected
to take bis wife to whatever held h
finally located in, but she seems to
have decided differently.
SEEKING POSITION AS
Charles t. erry, of oaneseo. son
of Dr. L. A. Ferry, a well known
physician of that town, has gone to
Chicago for the purpose of securing
a position as a female impersonator in
a song and dance specialty. A letter
was received from Dr. Ferry in
Chicago yesterday asking the po
lice to le on the lookout lor bis son
Dr. Ferry wrote:
My boy is stage struck and has
craze to get a job as lemaic imper
sonator in a song and dnce specialty
He is pleasant and a liable and to
stranger would seem a trills affected
He left here Sept. 21 in company with
Harry T&mmia and was last heard of
HAVE YOU SEEN OUS
New Styles In
You will find we always have the lat
est ideas aod the finest work. There
is an art value to these pictures
which yon will appreciate. Make
appointments in advance.
THE BLAKSLEE STUDIO
1822 Third avenue.
Coin's Palace of Sweets
is the place to buy your
Everything New; and Fresh. We
carry the celebrated GUNTHER'S,
LOWNEY'S. i-LLEGRETITS and
Also a fine line of oar own make.
181Q. Second avenae. Phone 1050.
Fourth and Brady. Phone 8113.
"HERO OF MANILA" IS
INSANE AT GALESBURG.
Robert Brace, self-styled the hero
of Manila." but otherwise a unique
figure in this city some months ago,
was adjudged insane in Galesburg
Bruce has been in Galesburg some
time. lie borrowed money of -this
and that one, and finally turned up
with tjphoid fever at the Galesburg
hospital, where ha has since been.
His actions of late have been such as
to create a belief that be is demented.
He has made threats to the nurses and
it has been necessary to restrain hira.
Ha is worse after the use of tobacco.
The evidence was to the effect that
Bruce seems temporarily unbalanced.
The witness took the btand in his
own behalf and told a remarkable
story of having been wounded a num
ber of times and of having letters
from Gen. Miles and others. It is
represented that he was shot in the
The officers in attendance on the
trial did not attach credence to his
NEW LIBRARY BOOKS.
Following is a list of new book to
be found on the shelves of the Rock
Island public library:
Narragansett Peer, Annleton; D'ri
and I, Bacheller; Treatise on Masonry
Construction, Biker; Pumping Ma
cninerv, mrr; jvjv or iynn. liesaut
Buildings and Structures of American
Railroads, Berg; Water or Hydraulic
Motors. Bj jrllog; How to Get Strong
and How to May bo. Ulaikie; Hind
Book of Invalid Cooking, Bo and
Christopher Columbus, U. S Grant
Abraham Lincoln, George Washing
ton, Brooks; Eternal City, Caine
Power Through Repose, Call; Hygiene
of the bick Room, Canueld; Col
umbian Selections, Carrington; Laz
arre, Catherwood; Weights, Measures
and Money of all Nations, Clarke
Vicar of St. Luke's, Creed; Cinder
ella, Crockett; Tarry Thou, till
C-me, Crolv; Gas, Oil and Air .
gioes. Djnkin: Question of Silence
Douzlas; Puritan and Anglican Stud
ies in Literature, Dowdeo; Idea of
God, Fike; Rope Driving. Flatber
Text Book oa Ore and Stone Mining
Foster; Payslology, Foster; Copper
head, Frederic; Manual of Practical
Assaying, Furman; Stage Remlnis
cences, Gilbert; Foma Gordyceff,
Gorky; Principals of Modern Dairy
Pxactice, Grotenfelt; Handbook of the
Steam Eagine, llaeder; Nursing,
La Principles and Practice
Himpton: Westerfelt. Harben
A nerican History Welding the Na
tion, Hart; Tristram of Blent, Hawk
ins; Filtration of Public Water Sup
plies, Uszen; Gardening for Profit
Henderson; Practical Floriculture
Henderson; Gas Manufacture. Hornby
Rallies, Hornuns;; Dramatic Works
Hugo; Anatomy of Invertebrate An
mals, Huxlev: Anatomy of Verte
b.ate Animals. Huxley; Familit
Smgs, Johnson; Manual of the Verte
brate Animals, Jordan; Letters,
vols., Junia; Art of Massage
Kellogg; Mechanical Lngineer
Pocketbook, K-nt; Klnderjrarti n
Gaide. 2 vols.. Krau ; Market (Jar
dsning and Farm Notes, Landrcth
Mills of God, Lane; Etidorpha. Lloyd
Economic Mining, Lock; Supreme
Surrender, Low: Manual of Machine
Drawing and Design. Low; Pleasures
of Life, Lubbock; Life of the Bee
Maeterlink; Water Supply. Mat-on
Lion's Brood, Ojborne; Zoology, Pack
ard; Sonnets,- Triumphs and Other
Poems, Petrarch; Good Red Etrih
Phillpotts; Blennerhassett, Pidgin
Sentimentalists, Pier; Complete Phono;
trraphic instructor, Pitman; Locomo
tive Mechanism aod i.jgineerlng.
Reagan; Constructor, Reuleaax; Com
pressed Air, Richards; Century Cook
Book, Ronald; Interpretation of Nature,
Shaler; Text Book of Nursing. Shaw;
Arbor Day Manual, Skinner; Captain
Ravenshaw, Stephens; Eternal Qaest
Steuart; Autobiography of a Journal
lt, two volumes, Stillman; Prose
Works, Swift; Breakfast Luncheon
and Tea. Tcrhune; Old Fort Schuyler,
Tomlinson; Dream of an Empire,
Veoable; Modern Perspective, with
plates. Ware; Modern Methods of
Sewage Disposal, Waring; Mechanics
r Hoisting Machinery, Weisbach;
Content in a Garden, Wheeler; Art of
Flynn Is Discharged.
Ed Flynn was given a hearing last
evening before Magistrate Johnson on
the charge cf committing a breach of
the peace preferred by John Berry.
The parties are employed at the
stone crusher at Rock Island arsenal
and the aggrieved party had a num
ber of witnesses from among his fel
low emyloyes. Somewhat to his evi
dent suprise when they were placed
on the stand they failed to verify any
important part of his story and the
A new remedy for biliousness is
now on sale at all drug stores, it is
called Chamberlain's Siomach and
Liver Tablets. It gives onicic relief
and will prevent the attack if given
as soon as the nrst indication oi me
diserse appears. Price, 25 cents per
box. Samples free.
When you have no appetite, do not
relish your food and feel dull after
eating you may know that you need
a dose of Chamberlain'1 Stomaoh and
Liver Tablets. Sample free at all
Lewis Ockerman, Gothen, Ind: "De
Witt's Little Early Risers never bend
me double line otner puis, oat ao
their work thoroughly and make me
feel like a boy." Certain, thorough.
gentle B. U. Bieber and Hartz &
13 CARRYING MAIL
An Addition to the Force at the
Rock Island Post
o'fice. BOUTIS HAVE BEEN EEAEBANQED
Time of Collections Changed and
Service Generally Im
proved. Beginning today the Rock Island
poktofiice will have 13 regular mail
carriers, an additional carrier having
been recently grafted by the depart
ment at Washington. Christian Koch
is promoted from subititute and Wil
liam Colburn appointed to fill the
duties of the latter position. The fol
lowing assignment of routes is an
nounced: Nc. 1. Albert B Z-sis Erickson
park and all on Thirty-eighth street.
Augustana college buildlog and all
south of bluff lino from Thirtieth to
Forty-9ixth street, except Dodge's ad
dition, including Elm street north to
No. 2, John K. Stengel All east
of Thirty-eighth street and north of
No. 3, Henry Burris All east of
Twenty-eighth'street to Thirty-eighth
street north of Saventh avenue ic
oluding Dodge's addition, and Thirty
fifth street from Fifth to Eighth aven
ues; also all east of Twenty-eighth
street to Tnirtieth street, north to
and including Ninth avenue.
No. 4. Frtd Schuck All north of
Ninth avenue from Twenty-fourth to
Twenty-eighth, including Twenty
fourth and Twenty-eighth from Fifth
to Ninth avenue except Twenty
fourth from Seventh to Ninth avenue.
No. 5, P. J. Cary All north of
Ninth avenue from 'J wentieth to
Twenty-fourth including Twentj
fourth to Fifth avenue, except l wen
ty-tirst stteet from Seventh to Ninth
No. C, James P. McCarty All
north of Fifth avenue from Seven
tecnth to Twentieth street including
Fifth avenue and Twentieth street
No. 7, Alem II. Hampton All south
of Fifth avenue from Fourteenth to
Twentieth street to Ninth avenue
Including Twentieth street.
No. 8. C. Koch All north of Fifth
avenue from Fourteenth to Seven
tcenth street, including ifth avenue
and Seventeenth street.
JSo. 9. Fred w. Bladel All soutn o
Fifth avenue from Seventh to Foui
teenth street, including Fourteenth
No. 10, Geortre Barker All north
of Fifth avenue from Seventh to Four
teenth street including tilth avenue
and Fourteenth street.
No. 11, William T. Sexton All
west of Seventh street including
Seventh street. ;
No. 12 L Ramser All south o
Ninth avenue to Twelfth avenue
from Twelfth toTwenty-fourth street
also Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth
streets from beventh to Ninth avenuo
including Ninth avenue.
No. 13, W. H. Harms All south of
Twelfth avenue from Twelfth street
to Thirtieth street including Twelfth
avenue and all of Blanding's hill.
Two Mora Collactlooa.
Two additional collections will bo
made from street letter boxes, name
ly: From 10::0 a. m. to 13 noon, col
lections will be made from all boxes
from Thirty-eighth street west to
Seventeenth street, north of Seventh
avenue, and all west of Seventeenth
street north of Fifth avenue. From
9:30 till 10:15 p. m. collections will
be madojrom all star letter boxes.
The present 8 o'clock colli clion of
fctar route boxes has been extended to
include all boxes west of Thirty-eighth
street and north of beventh avenue to
Seventeenth street and all west of
Seventeenth strert north of Fifth ave
nue, and is made from 6:15 p. m. to 8
p. m. The early morning collections
have been extended to include boxes
south of Ninth avenuo to Tenth ave
nue on Fourteenth-and-a-half, Fif
teenth, Seventeenth and Nineteenth
STILES BROTHERS ARE
GIVEN THEIR LIBERTY
After over three months' incarccra
tion in the county jail upon the rec
ommendation oi the coroner's jury
that examined into the death of Carl
Wendt, of Cordova, the Stiles broth
ers were freed yesterday afternoon by
Sheriff Cralle as soon as the report of
the grand jury was mado showing
that an indictment had not bcou re
turned against them.
When the grand jurors' report wai
being brought in the notes of a rioltn
pi a ved by one of the brothers could
be plainly heard in the court room
I no news oi incur Iibcvauon was a
surprise to them and they left tho jil
without dr fialtc plans as to the future.
They immediately started for Daven
port, however, to catch the afternoon
Milwaukee train to Princeton, where
their launch and fishinc outfit were
eft in the care of a relative.
The Stilesos mado friends of aUwlth
whom they were brought in contact
while In jail and Sheriff Cralle says
they were the best behaved quartet of
prisoners ho ever handled. Their
deportment here was entirely in ac
dordance with the reputation the
heriff found they possessed in their
native Calhoun county.
So far the Wendt murder remains
an nniolved mystery.
Snoicrlbe for Thx Asaci
BIG""DAY "PLAN NED AT
J - THE COLLEGE OCT. 17
As briefly stated in last evening'd
Auc.rs, Thursday, Oct. 17. has been
chosen as the date of the formal in
stallation of Dr. Gastave Andreen as
president of Angastana College and
Theological seminary. Though Dr.
Andreen has been at t he head of affairs
of the college fince August, this date
will mark bis inauguration as presi
dent of the largest tchoolof the Swed
ish Lutheran church in America.
Special exercises will be carried out
on that day in honor of the notable
event. Rev. E Norelius. of Vasa.
Minn., president of the synod, will be
here to officiate The installation of
Dr. Andreen takes place in the fore
noon. There ill be an address by
Dr. Norelius. the ritualistic test ques
tions propounded to Dr. Andreeu by
Dr. Noielius and the address by Pres
ident Andreen, which will be the
feature of the exercise. These will
be conducted in the college chapel
and there will be tinging by the choir
and prayers and benediction by mem
bers of the faculty.
Ia the afternoon much the came
order will bo observed when Dr. S. C
Youngert, of Ottumwa. I jwa. will bo
installed as professor of biblical phil
osophy in the theological seminary.
He was an assistant last year.
The faculty has decided that all
students must attend divine services
at least once every Sunday. Services
aro held each Sunday evening in the
college chapel, but attendance is not
compulsory. The students are al
lowed to make choice of the church
they prefer, but after that they are
expected to attend enco a week at the
Tho visit of Bishop Sbele of Sweden
at Augustana from Nov. 16 to 22 is
beiDg anticipated with great interest.
He is on a tour of the United States
and will lecture and preach here in
Swedish, German and Eaglish.
a new departur;
A New, Kffectaal aod Convenient Care
Of citarrh remedies there is no end,
but of catarrh cures there has always
been a great scarcity Taere are
many remedies to relieve, but very
few that really cure.
The old practice of snufllog silt
water through the nose would often
relieve and the washes, douches,
powders and inhalers in common use
are very little if any better than the
old fashioned salt water douche.
Win. Zimmerman, of St. Joseph,
relates an experieoco with citarrh
which is of value to millions of ca
tarrh sufferers every where. He says:
I neglected! a slight nasal catarrh
until it gradually extended to my
throat and bronchial tubes and liiaily
even my ftomach and liver became
affected, but as I was able to keep up
and do a day's work I let it run along
until my hearing began to fail me,
and then I realizsd that I must get rid
of catarrh or lose my position, as I
was clerk and my hearing was abso
"Some of my friends recommended
an inhaler, another a catarrh salve,
but they wero no good in my ciso
nor was anything else until I heard
of Stuart's Catarrh Tablets and
bought a package at my drug storo.
1 h jy benefitted me from the start and
in loss than four months I was com
pletely cured of catarrh, although I
had suffered nearly all my life from
They are pleasant to take and so
much more convenient to use than
other catarrh remedies that I feel I
onnot say enough in favor of Stuart's
The use of inhalers and the appli
cation of salves, washes and powders
to the nose and throat to cure catarrh
is no more reasonable than to rub the
baok to euro kidney disease. Catarrh
is just as much a blood disease as
kidney trouble or rheumatism aad it
c n not be cured by local treatment
any more than they can be.
lo cure catarrh, whether in the
head, throat or stomach, an internal
antiseptic treatment is necessary to
drive the catarrhal poison out of the
blood and system, and the new catarrh
cure is designed on this plan and tho
remarkable success of Stuart's Catarrh
Tablets is because being used inter
nally, it drives out catarrhal infection
through action npon stomach, liver
A little book on cause and cure of
catarrh will ba mailed free by ad
dressing F. A. Stuart company, Mar
shall, Mich., an'd the tablets are sold
by all druggists in the United States
Tot Causes Night Alirm.
Oae night mv brother's baby was
taken with croup," writes Mrs. J. C.
Snider, of Crittenden, Ky., "it seemed
it would strangle before we could tret
doctor, bo we gave it Dr. King's
New Disaovery, which gave quick
relief and permanently cured it. We
always keep it in the house to protect
our children from croup and whoop-
og cough. It cured me of a chronic
bronchial trouble that no otner rem
edy would relieve." Infallible f?r
coughs, colds, throat and lung trou
ble. bO cents and f I. Trial bottles
free at Hartz & Ullemejcr's.
"I had long suffered from indiges
tion," writes G. A. LeDeis. Cedar
City. Mo. "Like others I tried many
preparations, but never found any
thing that did me good until I took
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. One bottle
cured me. A friend who had suffered
similarly I pat on the ase of Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure. He is gaining fast
and will soon be able to work. Be
fore he used Kodol Dyspepsia Care
ndigestioa had made him a total
wreck." B. 11. Bieber and Hartz &
An Elegant Shoe for Fall Wear-
Made with Heav Extension Sole, Cuban Heel, Broad
Toe, a shoe that has style, comfort and wearing qualities
that far surpass nny other shoe at this price.
Central Shoa Store, 1712 Second Avenue
A GREAT SIGN. ,
FIDELITY" XjOjIST CO,
Mitchell & Lynda Block. Boom 38. Office hours 8 a. m to
6 p. in., and Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Tel. 1514.
'it - '
1724 Second Avenue.
Recent Shipment of
At Summer Prices at
PARIDON & SON.
419 Seventeenth street. Telephone 4753.
Heating and Plumbing.
We put in the pipes, make the con
nections and supply the fittings for
any work you may desire in the line
of Plumbing or Gas. Steam or Hot
Water Heating. We believe our rig
ores are low enough to seenre your
contract. We are anxious to submit
them to you at aBy rate.
Allen ; -Mvers
Opposite Harper. House.
Enamel . Shoe.
The dollar is the thing that appeals
to us all. We are aH interested in
getting the dollar and are all anxious
to retain it. Oar business is a little
different than others. We are anx
ious to provide cash for those who
Wc take as secuirty a Ilea on sour furniture,
pianos, horses, wagons, live stock or otber
personal property. We do not remove tbe
property. The matter is entirely confidential
and you can get the money tbe day you nnd
you need it. Any amount, from JI0 upwards.
It you need any money we would like to have
your attention. We will explain our terms
and methods and tell you how we can benefit
That Our Fall and
Proof of Herit
In stylish designing, ser
viceable, up to-date fabrics
and honest workmanship,
Last but not least, we are
selling at surprisingly low
It's a Real Pleasure
To get the meals for the family when
you have a complete set of tbe nece?-.
sary utensils, with a new style Jewel
eel Kange to cook upon. We fur
nish the kitchen throughout, and can
save vou time, money and many
steps when you want anything ia the
way of kitchen supplies.
; &: Company
182 1 Second Avenue
SotSI D, l.