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THE A "ROUS, FfVrPAV, XOVJvMBEtt S, 1001.
Rheumatic pains axe the cries of protest
rnd distress from tortured muscles, aching
joinU and excited nerves. The blood has
been poisoned by the accumulation of
vraste matter in the system,- and can no
longer supply the pure and be<h sustain
ing food tney require. The whole system
feels the effect J thi3 acid poison; and
not until the blood has been purified and
brought back to a healthy condition will
the aches and pains cease.
Mrs. James Kc'.t, cf 707 I-'inth street, It
TCubingtoa. I. C. write as follows: 'A few
months ago I bad an at Lack of twialic ILhcvma.
lis-m in its worst form, ine
pia was so intens that Z
became completely pros
trated. Tlie attack was an
vnusuatlr severe one. and
my condition was regard
cd as being very danger
ous. I was attended by
one of the most able doc
tors in Washington, who v
also n member cf the fac
ulty of a leading medical
coilene faere. He told me
to coulinue bis prrscnp- .
t ion sand I would cet welt. After having' tt Cited
twelve times without receiving the sltghtet
beneLt, I declined to continue his treatment anv
longer. Having heard of S. 5. S. Swift's Specific)
recommended for Rheumatism. I decided, almost
la despair however, to give the medicine a trial,
and "tier I bad taken a few bottles I was able to
bobble around on crutches, and very soon there,
after bad 00 u-e for tbetn at all, S. S. S. having
cured me sound aud we it. Alt the dUtrcuirig
pain have left me, my appetite has returned,
and I am happy to be agaia restored to perfect
the great vegetable
purifier and tonic, it
the ideal remedy in all
I rheumatic troubles.
There are no opiates or
minerals in it to disturb the digestion and
lead to ruinous habits.
We have prepared a specud lxok on
Tlhcumatism which every sufferer from
this painful disease should read. It is the
most complete and interesting look of
the kind in existence. It will be scr.t free
lo any one desiring it. Write our physi
cians fully and freely about your case. Wc
sake no cbarpe for medical advice.
TH SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, ATLAhTA. CJL
"Hut Jones gave you his word, didn't
he';" said Frisbie.
-Yes," replied Perkasie. -but I don't
like to take Jones' word. He won't
even keep It himself." Detroit Free
Great Lock of an Fill tor.
-For two years all efforts to cure
Eczema in the palms of my hands
failed, "writes Editor II. N. Lester, of
Syracuse, Kan., "then I was wholly
cured by ttucklen's Arnica Salve."
It's the world's best for eruptions,
sores and all skin diseases. Onlv
23c at llartz & Ullemeyer's.
Mothers everywhere praise On
Minute Cough Cure for the suffering
it has relieved and the lives of their
little ones it has saved. Strikes at
the root of the trouble mid draws out
the inflammation. The children's
favorite cough cure. li. II. llieber
and liartz & LTIemeyer.
Served Free Tomorrow, Saturday. Nov. 9
A Deliciovis Grape Beverage on Ice
At Caiiodo'. Dru Store, Corner Twentieth Street and Fourth Avenue.
Every person calling' will be served free with a glass of
JVlulFs Grape Tonic
Ladis especially invited to taste this most delicious tonic and beveragre.
blood, increasing flesh and building up the weakened condition of
of men, women and children.
drives away that tired, languid and ambitionless feeling caused by impoverished blood.
ONE DOSE EENEFBTS.
Easy to take because it tastes good. Easy to get because a
$1.00 size costs j-ou but 50ci At your druggist, or sent by
Muli'w I-ightnlnif Pain
W. M. Murphy, lately proprietor of
the Arlington ttt Cedar Falls. la., lias
purchased the Windsor hotel of At D.
Appleby, who has returned to liars
tow. He haj taken possession, and
yesterday for the lirst time since
Ed Ward sold out, the dining room
was opened. The hotel will lie run
011 loth the American and European
Miss Ethel lluey, who submitted to
a severe surgical ojieratioii last Sun
day, is reported as recovering nicely.
Drs. Miller and Arp ierfornied the
cperatioii. Miss lluey was the tic
tiin of :i ruiKiwnv uccidetit six weeks
ug ,nnd tin operation was resorted
to in order to insure her ultimate
recovery from injuries sustained.
I.. A. Johnson, tin' Dispatch press
man, met with a misfortune yester
day, getting the second nnger of his
left hand so caught in the press as to
crush it. breaking the bone. Dr. Wea
sel dressed his wound, and Ed. will
probably not be able to do any "feed
ing" for some little time.
Already there are upward (if two
miles of asphalt paving assured for
next year. Pel it ions for nearly this
iotal have been filed and the legal
processes necessary will be fulfilled
this winte.r so that t lie work can
start early as the weather will per
mit. Wednesday afternoon at the par
snti:nrp j,f tin Sunlisli T.nt lir:i 11
church the wedding of Miss llilnia O.
itskiTMin, of ;:t). First avenue, to
lolm A. Kidimist :is silimtiixl :i t
'.i o'clock. Ut'v. C. A." Ilemborg officiat
ing. 1 he witnesses were Seluia Dav
idson and A. V. Chelstrom, both of
this citv. Thcv will make their home
at D'J First avenue.
Miss Pauline I'.rueiiart. of Denver,
who has been visiting for some time
with friends and relatives in the city,
departed for her home via Chicago
John A. Maxcl. half-brother of Kd
waid Kuby. night clerK ?it the Wind
sor hotel, left fcr Chicago a month
ago and has not been heard of since,
though he e.ected to write immedi
ately. He left a sum of money intend
ing to buy a horse-over which he had
leeu in correspondence with the
owner. Friends are unable to get
trace of him.
F. K. Snyder, u careiiter employed
by Contractor Fisher, sustained a dis
tressing accident to his left wrist yes
terday' while at E. J. I'ronson's job
It reconstructs the wornout tissues of the nervous svstem and
THE LIGHTNING MEDICINE CO., Rock island III.
Killer enrea all bodily a-b-s and pains. Knb it
printing office on Fourth avenue. Mr.
Snyder has been employed doing1 car
penter work in the printing; shop and
he reached in. to extract a piece of
jiajier which had clogged just behind
the fiy of a new pony cylinder press
recently installed by Air. Iironson. He
was not Vorking- on the press at the
time and he reached in to pull out
the paper as he was talking to Mr.
Iironson about some work. Just
when the man's hand was between
the ratchet and the lly shaft the two
parts met and the hand was fear
fully crushed. Snyder was taken to
Dr. Dunn's office, where an attempt
was made to save the baud.
Vast aditions are planned for the
next year by Deere & Mansur Co.,
w hich wil cost $200,000 or $300,000 and
increase the capacity of the factory
by almost half what it is now. When
the changes are completed the plant
will stand ns the best arranged for
economical handling in manufacture
from raw material to finished pro-:
duet of any in the west. There are
to be four new buildings and the old
machine shop is to be raised from
three to four stories.
Last night the Swedish Baptist
State Sunday School union oened its
meetings at the local church, the
meetings to continue over Sunday,
llev. K. A. Arlander. of Chicago, made
the address last evening. This even
ing Kev. J. A. Carlson, of Austin, will
lend the meeting. Saturday after
noon Uev. Charles l'alm. missionary,
will speak to the young people" and
Saturday evening Kev. Henry Nelson,
of Chicago, will preach. The Sun
day forenoon sermon will be deliver
ed by Kev. Charles Palm, and in the
evening Kev. J. A. Carlson will preach
Spreads Like AVI Id Arts.
When 'things are "the best" they
become "the best selling." Abraham
Hare, a leading druggist, of Itelle
ville, O., writes: "Electric Hitters
are the best selling bitters I have
handled in '20 years." You know
why? Most diseases begin in disor
ders of stomach, liver, kidneys, bow
els, blood and nerves. Electric Hit
ters tones up the stomach, regulates
liver, kidneys and bowels, purines the
blood, blrenghtcns the nerves, hence
cures multitudes of maladies. It
builds up the entire system. Puts
new- life and vigor into any weak,
sickly, ruu-dowu man or woman.
Price 00 cents. Sold by llartz & j
Kindles auew the fires of youth,
balances up the joys aud sorrows of
life. It's vain ami foolish not to use
Uocky Mountain Tea made by Madi
son Medicine Co. 35c. T. II. Thomas,
DELICIOUS AS NECTAR 11
TO THE TASTE U
A SOOTHING LAXATIVE
on the system, and has no 2
disagreeable, injurious or
It is a i
fruit remedy that nourishes,
s. The ll
fortifies and refreshes
properties of grapes are
well-known; when crushed w
and blended with nature's 1
health-giving herbs their J
digestive and restorative
qualities arc incomparably
effective in generating J
the stomach, liver and kidneys
bottle as large as the common J
on or rtriplt It. gV.
Warrants were served yesterday
afternoon shortly after 3 o'clock .011
Edward, William and Alfred Mueller,
of the firm of Chris Mueller & Sons.
The papers were served by Constable
Itumsey, who notified the young men
they would be expected to appear in
Justice Hall's court at 0 o'clock Mon
day morning to answer to the state
charge of having threatened to com
mit a public offense of assault and
battery for the purpose of maiming
and disfiguring August Steffen, the
wealthy wholesale dry goods mer
chant, who laid the information
against the Muellers. The sworn
statement of Mr. Steffen as filed in
tustiee Hall's court is "that the de
fendants did. individually aud col
lectively, on the 30th day of October,
A. D. lfcOl, in the city of Davenport,
county of Scott and state of lowu,
threaten they would, on some other
time, assault, beat, strike, maim and
disfigure one August E. Steffen, with
felonious intent to do great bodily
injury, and contrary to the form of
the statutes in such cases made and
provided and against the peace and
dignity of the state of Iowa." The
details of the offense charged by Mr.
Steffen against the three young men
named above could not be learned on
reliable authority yesterday, but the
trouble is said to have arisen out of
the opposition Mr. Steffen has made
to the proMscd plan of the Mueller
firm to build a mill 011 the site of the
one recently destroyed by fire.
Capt. Hi lleudle, Jr., returned
from Alaska Monday morning to his
iiome in Itellevue. lie has been in
the employ of a large transportation
company running a fleet of bouts up
the Yukon. Navigation has closed
fur the winter, but he will again
leave for that country in March next.
The death of Mrs. Elizabeth Shaser
occurred last night at 10 o'clock at
the Cook home in the west end of
the city. She was 5)2 years. 6 months
and 13 days of age ami was a native
of Ohio, moving at an early age.
however, to Hurlington, Iowa, where
she made her home until 15KS, when
she was admitted to the Cook home.
At this admirable institution she
spent the declining years of her long
life. She leaves several children and
a number of grandchildren living in
Mrs. Jauies Grant and Miss Hcssie
Cassell left yesterday noon for Chi
cago, where they will visit with
Judge Waterman .ami son, Fretl.
left last evening for New Mexico for
the benefit of the hitter's health.
AI Primrose, the minstrel, is regis
tered at the Hotel Downs. The com
pany will appear here Nov. It.
Mike Uirniingham, Daveiiport.'s
first baseman, has been called to his
home at Janesville, Wis., on account
of his sister's serious illness.
The bank clearings for yesterday
amounted to $255,161, as against
$196,221 for the corresponding day of
Meyer and l'lambeck, the two
young men under sentence for at
tempted rape were paroled by the
governor yesterday, in accordance
with the plan suggested by the dis
trict judge ns being the most fitting
in the case of these two young men.
A definite stage in the work on the
new C, li. I. & P. depot was reached
yesterday when Contractor John
Yolk began erecting the steel posts
for the support of the second floor.
A few more days will see the massive
w ork looming up. in great style. The
water table is in place and the brick
vvorK is under way. From now on
the depot will rise more rapidly.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Keuter, of the
German Dramatic company, now per
forming at the Claus tiroth hall, are
fhe proud parents of a baby daugh
ter. Kev. Fred T. Webb, D. D., tf Minne
apolis, aud daughter, Ada, who came
here to attend the funeral of Mrs.
Webb, will visit with relatives here
for a week or two.
Word comes from the vicinity of
the Wapsie that stock stealing still
continues though just at present
poultry seems to be more attractive
for t1:t? thieves. Several of the farm
ers have stated their intention to use
k1..i trims on thieves and unless the
depredations stop it is probable that
the coroner will have a job or two.
A meeting of the executive board
of the colored Odd Fellows of Iowa
will be held in Davenport one week
from tomorrow. There are 33 col
ored Odd Fellows' lodges hi the state
and delegates from most of thein
are expected as well as the members
of the executive board. The visitors
will be, given a bunquet while here.
The board consists of District Grand
Master S. L. Tiggs, of Hurlington.
District Grand Secretary J. T. Mab
rey, of this city, and District Grand
Treasurer C. W. Eubanks, of Ft.
Princeton and its vicinity is very
much interested in the future of the
litigation in which certain of the
heirs of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert
MeKinnev are the parties. It is un-
derstood that Dr. and Mrs. Seymour
Simnson. defendants in the $5,000
slander suit brought, by Mrs. Simp-
son's sister, Mrs. Amelia Smith, have
already had their answer drawn up
by their attorneys, Carroll Brothers,
of this citv-. According to the ru
mors current in and about Princeton
and traceable to Very reliable sourc
es, the defense will be a vigorous one
and will consist chief) v in a counter
claim for $10,000. In her petition
Mrs. Smith alleged as one of the
grounds for her action the allegation
that the Simpsons had circulated the
report that she was the direct cause
of the tragedy at the McKinney home
and that it was she who stirred 'up
the trouble between the old man and
his wife and led to the resolution of
tlie latter to kill his aged wife and
Thomas II. Grady, of Davenport,
and Miss liridgie Grady were united
in the holy bonds of matrimony Wed
nesday morning at 8 o'clock at St.
Patrick's church, Kev. Father Ward
officiating, says the Iowa City lio
publican. Miss Hessie Welch was
bridesmaid and WiHiam Redman, of
Davenport, best man. The bride
wore a becoming dove colored travel
ing suit. After the ceremony the
wedding party adjourned to the
home of the bride's parents, where
an elegant wedding breakfast was
served, over 30 guests being present.
Mr. and, Mrs. Grady leave this after
noon for Davenport, where they will
reside. The congratulations and
well wishes of their many friends go
with them to their new home.
ABE FIFTY YEARS WEDDED
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. lJoyles, of llaiulrt, Cele
brate Golriro Anolvernarr.
A very pleasant gathering was that
which assembled Wednesday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. lioyles,
of Hamlet. Mercer county, for the
purpose of celebrating the golden
wedding anniversary of the venera
ble couple. In addition to their five
children, with the grand children
and other relatives, there were pres
ent Mr. and Mrs. George W. Cash,
Mr. and Mrs. A. 1). Welch, John W.
Welch. Miss Mary Welch and Mrs.
Malnd D. Morgan from this city. Mr.
ISoyles is $4 years of age and his
wife is 79 but both bear their years
well. They were made the recij
icnts of a number of presents as
mementoes of the happy occasion.
STOMACHS THAT WOXT WORK
That Retain the F.hhI and Kefue to Uieettt
It. Make the Head Heavy and the
Nerves Weak. Need StuarCs
There is a cure for dyspepsia. Suf
ferers who have tried noxious nos
trums will probably be skeptical but
skepticism vanishes when Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets are tried. Whether
the trouble is dyspepsia of long
standing, or merely a simple ease of
indigestion, relief is prompt and pro
nounced. The less the trouble the
fewer tablets need be taken.
Heaviness after eating, sour stom
ach, as indicated by belching, fatigue
with slight exertion or with no ex
ertion at all, disturbed sleep, nervous
ness, constipation, depression,
"blues,' these thiugs can commonly
be set down as symptoms of dyspep
sia. And dyspepsia is merely indi
gestion in an aggravated form.
By promoting erfect digestion,
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets produces
strong nerves. restful, refreshing
sleep, pure blood und good sound
healthy flesh, ihey make the skin
clear, the eyes brignt, the mind
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are a
medicine ami more than a medicine.
They digest the food and make it
easy of assimilation, and they relieve
the inflamed, diseased condition of
the membraneous linings aud the
glands of the stomach and bowels.
They help the digestive organs over
the hard places, and put them into
a healthy, active condition. They ef
fect a tpiick and permanent cure.
You don't have to continue taking
them forever, still it is well to have
a box handy and take one at the first
return of the trouble.
Perfectly well people are made sick
by eating too much, or unwholesome
food, but not if they take a tablet af
ter eating. Treatment with Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets does not necessi
tate dieting or any change of habits.
They digest the proper food and act
upon the other kind in such n way
as to make it pass off quickly and
harmlessly. ou may eat and drink
what you like, when you like, and as
much as you like if you take a tablet
Stuart's Dyspepsia. Tablets are sold
hy all druggists at 50 cents for full
Send to F. A. Stuart Co., Marshall,
Mich., for little book on stomach dis
eases, mailed free.
For Over Fifty Yearn
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used tor children teething. it
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
If you want some "just as good
"I make it myself" remedy, try an
imitation Rocky Mountain" Tea.
Twill make you sick and keep you
sick. T. II. Thomas, druggist.
Mrs. M. J. Cooking. Lomax. Neb.,
writes: I send you 60 cents for one
box of Kid-Ne-OIds. I cannot get
along without your medicine. I have
been taking Kid-Ne-Olds for about
four months and am improving won
derfully. I was almost dead and the
doctors told me I could not get well
without an operation, but the new
discovery, KId-Ne-Oids, cured me.
T. H. THOMAS, Leading Druggist,
For Fall of 1901
Oar new lino of ladles' and gents' fine shoes from f 2 50 to $5 a
fair are now in, and customers will hnd the line more interesti
ng than ever.
All the newest lasts, all the newest patterns and all the
latest ideas. Ih very shoe in the line is the picture of what a cor
rect fitting proper looking sboe for ladies and gents should be.
Oar school shoes are the best wearing shoes that leather
and workmanship cn make.
THE MODE K IT.
Georg- F Schmale, Prop.
GIRLS 5c BOYS
Get Your Shoes of Wright's and See What a Nice
Present He Will Give You
t7UV Heitona Avma
Liquors for Family Use.
Uavin? purchased the store room adjoin
ing our "Wholesale Liquor House, avc are
about to open to the publie our
Retail Liquor Department.
We will handle the purest and best im
ported and domestic "Wines and Liquors,
"which wc will retail for 1'amilj- use.
Our Goods are Guaranteed Pure.
Corner ot Seventeenth Street and Third Avenue.
An Attractive Meal
You can't make an attrac
tive meal without attractive
surroundings. It's a mis
take to put an elaborate din
ner on an old worn out
table. Better have one that
will stand secure. These 8
or 10-foot Extension Tables
never fail to be a pleasure
1702 and 1701 Third Avenue.
THE PROPER TIME
To have the Children's Pictures Made is in the Forenoon. Make it
a business to attend to them at a time when they feel the brightest.
Tin: pkopki: place
To po for the best results in photography is to Mangold's on Twenty-third
street. AVe cater to all classes ami give perfect satisfaction.
E. E. MANGOLD,
INGERSOL'S OLD HOME
NOW THI HOME O
LEWIS' SINGLE BINDER
Rock Island Roofing Company,
CUAS. HANSGEN, President.
Old roofs repaired, roof painting-,
old style gravel roofing put on
by our mechanics.
Phone 1373. 221 Twentieth street
in the rear.
Furs and Fur
At Manufacturers' Prices.
Complete line f Furs, Boas, Kobes.
Fur Garments and Seal Skins, at fac
tory prices. No deception.
BK1NG YOl'U ll'll ltFPAIUlXG.
T. Richter & Sons,
iilt-22L W. Second Street. Davenport.
The Leading Photographer.
It's Quality that Counts.
In Coftl lt' quiUtythftt make beat,
quality that retain It, It a quality that
makes possible consumption of BO per
cent ot the combustible part of It, leav
ing a light, clean ash; lastly. It's quality
that Irssens your fuel bills you're not
paying for dirt, refuse or unburnablea.
The eoal we handle both hard and aoft
Aeservea all the good things we and
our patrons say for it . A ton will talk
aa loudly aa a carload-
E. G. FRAZER