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THE AUGTJS, THURSDAY, JIABCn 13, 1902.
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Before March 9.
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tient gentle, yet scarcely erceptible
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glance the nature of the disease, and
apply the remedy. Thus it is that
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John Crubangh, Vice President.
P. Greenawait, Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1S90,
xand occupying S. E. corner of Mitch
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as a pccialist.
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The New Treatment is an absolute
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nervous debility, lowered vitality and
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Varicocele and stuhIorn complica
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ToLles of Theatre.
The popular comedian. Ben Hen
dricks. vil present the Swedish dia
lect comedy. "(He Olson.' at the Il
linois theatre tomorrow night, "le
Iium become widely familiar through
many reason of successful presenta
tion and has retained its popularity
and favor with a tenacious grip pos
sessed bv few works'of its kind. Jt
is offered as A clean and wholesome
entertainment in which comedy and
pathos ure mingled in about the right
proportion, and homely,' heart-appeal
ing Incidents and scenes come in
a natural, hre-like manner without
resort to theatric methods or illusory
effects. The Swedish Ladies' quartet
is ii factor in the performance and
their characteristic music is general'
Of Paderewski. who comes to the
Hurtis March UO, the Dresden Nach
rich ten. Dec. It, lM)l said: "Duly a
soloist like the celebrated Paderew
ski could have attracted such an an
tlienec as tilled the Koinire Ilotoper
rheir majesties, the king and queen.
all the princes and prinecssess that
ojoiirn in Dresden, the ministers
the generals, the elite, of the town
were present. Paderewski .was the
sensation of the evening, the most
brilliant star in the sky. When the
maestro w'ith the Hume-Jones head,
intdiiim sized and broad shouldered.
stepped upon the stage he was greet
cl with a storm of applause which
ceased only when he had seated him
self at the piano to play his own
concerto. This is a work brilliant
with orchestral ionip. To sing fresh
praises about I'aderewski's playing
is impossible, we can oniy ten ine
secret of the wonderful power which
this grand ruler of the genii of th
modern piano, this heir to the throne
of Chopin and Knbinstein, this keecr
f the crown jewels which Liszt left
is the invaliiame inheritance to ine
world of piano-playing, exerts where
ever he appears. What really makes
ulerewski so great, famous and
uiiiimic uoes not consist merely in nis
fabulous technic and dynamic, nor in
the elasticity of his wonderful touch,
nor in his marvelous memory nor
ven in his unheard of variety as a
musician: lut Oetter than all that in
his thorough, deep knowledge of the
innermost secrets and feelings of the
piano-sotil, in his .romantic spirit
which has been his guide to all these
things, as he has leen carried for
ward bv that subjective undercurrent
which gives all his execution a touch
of personality. These qualities are
of course most projiounccil in his in
terpretation of Chopin, where th
spirit itself sjM-aks out to us. No
wonder therefor that the .applause
which after the performance of hi:
own wonderful concerto was enor
mous, became gigantic after the
Chopin numbers. And what an inter
pretation of Chopin! Kaeh new
piece Wcame a singling jewel tinder
his han'Is. in a clearness of its tone
and phrasing, that brought to light
all its daintiness, softness and pliabil
itv of line. The heart quivered in his
hand. The sounds received from him
seemed to come straight out from the
spirit of the music ami flouted in Itu
Polish nocturnes and waltes round
the senses of his hearers with a re!
shinini? color of rare wine, the en-
thusiastic applause of the audience
forced the artist to give an encore
though the master hail already been
liberal enough for one evening."
Naughty Anthony." David Belas-
seen here at the Illinois meairc ruin-
da v. owes mnch of its success to the
line cast that interprets it.1 Marie
Doro. who is seen as Cera. the hosiery
model, is acknowledged to le the
prettiest and most graceful young
comedienne on the stage. Will b.
Phillips, who plays the title role.
"Anthony," was the hit of the Lon
don production of "The Whirl of the
fown," a New York asmo success.
and Patti Rosa, who appears as Win
nie, the professor's maid, is well
known to our .theat reogers. She is
the daughter of the late Patti Uosa,
and inherits nil her mother's brilliant
talent. Miss Doro's and Miss Rosa'i
soncs are features of "Naughty An
thony." which is claimed to be the
most laughable farce now before the
public. It has the seal of a New
Y'ork success, having run for a hun
dred and fifty nights at the Herald
Square theatre there.
If a rollicking, merry comedy in
terspersed with thirty odd delieiously
jingling melodies, interpreted by
the beautiful Marguerita Sylva and
host of capable artists, with a large
and efficient chorus, together with a
superb scenic equipment and a count
less ' variety of beautiful tlresses,
the whole ensemble accompanied by
largely augmented orchestra f
thorough musicians, makes a success
ful operatic performance, then Nixon
& Zimmerman have accomplished the
fact with Willard Sienser's new
comedy opera, "Miss Bob White,
which will be Keen in this city at the
Illinois Saturday. It is said Mr. Spen
ser s worK is presented in a manner
hitherto unsurpassed in this country.
not only as to lavish mountings and
costuming, but in cast as well. An
organization, which -includes as its
ttar. Marguerite Sylva, ' and in her
support such names as Mathilde Pre-
ville, Alice Campbell. Richard F. Car
roll, Frank Deshon, William E. Philp,
Thomas Whiffen and Nicholas Burn-
ham is not barren-of artistic ability
by a very long odds.' The story of
the opera deals with the adventures
of two young millionaires who have
made and lost a freak, election bet.
and as consequence are compelled to
masqnerade as tramps, for " .two
months n ml to incidentally suffer all
the hardshis usually attributed to
genuine "knights of the road." Thev
take refuge at the farm of an old
Quaker who compels them to work
for their sustenance. Tin1 fiancee of
one of the two unfortunates heuring
of their predicanien?, herself seeks
employment as a milkmaid at the
same farm. and in disguise forces
from her future hus?and a truthful
declaration of his hive. Of course
this is but the veriest skeleton of the
story, but from it can be' judged the
wholcsoiucm-Ks of the atmosphere
surrounding the entire performance.
The production here will be identical
with that as presented at the Chest
nut street theatre, Philadelphia, dur
ing its run of one hundred ami twenty-live
PASTOR REFUSES TO
ASK BRIDES TO OBEY
Many brides have refused to make
the marriage vow to olev their hus
bands, but now comes a minister of
the gospel who refuses to ask a bride
to promise to obev her husband.
He is llev. Francis Edgar Mason.
pastor of the First Church of Christ,
Itrooklyn. If you think, present and
prospective husbands, that his posi
tion is untenable and absurd read
what he has to say on the matter. It
may make vou think.
"Although I aia a clergyman." said
Mr. Mason in a statement which he
gave out explaining a lecture, ami
by law permitted to perform the mar
riage ceremony winch is a profitable
part of a clergy man's duties 1 have
refused to marry many couples be-
csiuse the prospective husband wanted
me to make the bride promise to obev
him. , . , . ,, ,
l never have and never wll charge
a tV'iiuiu Ui. obev u -wan-A
'The sueriority of mau is equaled
only by the superiority of woman.
"The man must develop the fem
inine qualifications and the woman
must develop the masculine elements.
and then cooperation is bound to be
come the law and the trosiiel of life.
"It would be a good thing if man
would develop sutiicient f the fem
inine qualities in himself to make it
a delight for him to remain at home.
Mecause he has not. the clubroom is
ften more sacred to a man than his
home. His masculine elements are
too dominant. He lacks the mental
Tuthe Storkhol.lrra In Tw In-City Itencler-
liijr Cfimpauy of Km-k lulautl.
You will take notice that pursuant
to a resolution of the board of di
rectors of I'win-City Rendering com
pany of Rick Island, a special meet
mg or 1he stockholders ol said com
pany will le held at the office of
lackson JL- Hurst in the citv of Koek
Island on the seventh day of April, A
D. 11102. at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m.
l.or the purpose ft submitting to a
vote of such stockholders the ques
tion of increasing the capital stock of
said company from the sum of $10,-
(lOO to the sum of $20,001), at which
time and place you will please attend
Witness the hands of the following
directors of said company this 3d
dav of March. A. D. VMS.
JWLU'S JiOSEXKI ELI).
B. L. SCHMIDT.
ABE ROSEN FIELD.
J. E. BITItMEISTER.
Klecllnu Notice. t
Notice Is hereby given IbatonTuft-ilay, the
Orslday of Apttl, A. U. 1802, la tha cUy of
Kock Island, Jillot. n eleotloa will be tie. J
for tbe following efftcers, to-wlt:
One alderman In tbe First ward tor two
One alderman in tbe Second ward for two
aldeiraai In tbe 1 bird ward for two
One alderman In the Fourth
ward for two
One alderman In the Firth ward lor two
One alderman la tbe Sixth ward for two
One alderman In the Seventh ward for two
One assessor tor one year.
One collector for one year.
One supervisor for two years.
Three assistant supervisors for two years.
One justloa of tbe peaoe to fill vaeacey.
Which election will be cpen at 7 o'clock In
the morolng and continue open untl'. 5 o'clock
la the afternoon of that day. Places of regis
tration and votlnic will be as follow:
First Ward lrst precinct. No. 403 Fourth
First Ward Second prec not. No. ftOfl Fourth
heooDd Ward First jreolnct.No. 10M Third
Second Ward Second precinct. No. 1100
Third Ward First precinct. No. 1400 Second
'third Ward Second precinct. No. 1434
Thl d Ward Third precinct, Meyer & Beh-
rlng nrsery company, corner Fl'teenth
street ana FJsventti avenue.
Fourth Ward Ftm precinct. F.tck's livery
siab.e. No. 1W14 Third avenue
Fourth Ward Second precinct, M. Levy's
oarrtag-e house. Nineteenth street, between
S'xth and Seventh avenues
Fifth Ward First precinct, ho.e houie on
Twenty second street.
FIfih Ward Second precinct. Sebmld's pro-
eery store. No. t.3 Twentieth street
Sixth Ward First precinct, hose house.
Twenty-sixth street, near Seventh avenue
Slxta ward aeoona preci-ct, chapel, cor
ner Sever, th avenue and Twenty-n'nta street.
be vent b Ward First precinct. No. 3110
Seventh Ward Second prerino. Martin
dale's blaekf mlth shop, Mo. 4S00 Fifth avenue.
Seventh Wrd Ihhd preolno , Stephens, n
bsrn. Forty-fourth street, between Seventh
and Eighth avenues.
U. O. scHArrut. i
City and Town Clerk.
Rck Islscd, March II, iwi.
Buy and Try a Box Tonight.
While you think of it, co buy and
try a box of Casdarets Candy Ca
thartic, ideal krxative, Jonight. You'll
never regret it. Genuine tablets
stamped C. C. C. Never sold in
bulk. All druggists, xoc
The Terre Haute Baseball associ
ation has bought the lease of the
pafk used last year and will convert
it into a baseball park alone, remov
ing the track. The association had
leased the grounds nearer the center
of the city and was to have built a
park -there, but residents of the
neighborhood objected and there was
prospect of bail feeling if not annoy
ing litigation. The association will
start the year in excellent condition
financially. Manager Walters is
there, as are several of the players,
who will be given work in the im
provements to be made at the
grounds. Kichardson. the star first
baseman, ami who refuses to go to
the St. Louis National league club, is
I carpenter nn.l will have his work
out season helping build the grand
stand. The following are the men
who are to report in - April: Catch
ers, Starnagle. Blanginship. Aeran and
Ilebsinger; infiel.Urs, Kichardson,
Walters. Haird, MctJraw and Kling:
outfielders. Bradv, Wilkinson, (Irant.
Traeger, Wilson. Stroeh and Connelly;
pitchers, Itrown. Swaim, McCoy. Hy
man, Hinkle, Kudwiek, Keller and
Moore. V.rown wants to go to Oma
ha and Omaha wants him. but will
not pay the for his release. It
is also said Starnagle is trying to go
to Omaha. Pitcher llackett. of last
season's team, will be with Indian
apolis t his year.
. Manager Hugh Nicol. of the Rock
ford baseball club, has sisrned Frank
Boyle, one .of the popular members
if last season's Davenport team.
A philosopher is a man without
feelings and without regard for the.
feelings of others.
An idealist is like a baby crying for
the moon; but it is noticed that a
large, round biscuit is generally an
A" maker of epigrams is one who
seeks, to clothe the wit of others in
his own lauguage. The result i"
sometimes called original.
Beware'of the man who prides him
self on his tact and of the woman
who savs she is logical. The former
is dishonest and the latter never em
ploys logic for any good end.
A cynic is a man without ambition,
since he sneers at things as they arc.
without helping to make them as they
should be. s
A cynic is usually a man whose
wife is a pessimist and whose best
friend is an optimist.
Cenuises are absent-minded, where
as common people are merely care
less. Only a millionaire can risk giving
his friend a poor cigar. Smart SW.
IHncer of Cold ami I.a .rlpp-.
The greatest danger from colds and
la grippe is their- resulting in pneu
monia. If reasonable care is used,
however, and Chamberlain's Cough
Bemcdy is taken, all danger will Ive
avoided. Among the tens of thous
ands who have used this remedy for
these diseases, we have 'yet to learn
of a single case having resulted in
pneumonia, which shows conclusively
that it is a certain preventive of that
dangerous malady. It will cure a
cold or an attack of la grippe in less
time than any other treatment. It
is pleasant and safe to. take. For
sale bv all druggists.
Kheumatlstu Cured In a Day.
Mystic Cure for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures m 1 to 3
unvs. Its action upon the system is
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The
first tiose greatly benelits. 7.1c and
$1. Sold by Otto Grot jan, 1501 Sec
ond avenue. Bock Island; (lustave
Schlegel & Son, 220' West Second
In all ltd starr's there
should be cleauiiuevs.
Elj'g Cream Balct
cleanses, soothes ami heals
Hie diiea-e l Hicmbrand.
It cures c st.trth ami drives
sway a cold la the haul
Cream Ha Ira Is placed Into the nost.-lls, spreads
over the jncmbrane 'and Is absorbed, jlelisf is Im
mediate and a cure follows. It Is not drying does
not produce sneezing. Large Size, 60 cents at Drug
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Jackson &, Hurst. Atfrceye.
State of Illinois, t
Rook It land v-ountT. f
In the Circuit Cour In rbancery
Tbe Hume Bulidlnc and L.-an Association of
Mary Jane Murray and William H. Murray.
No 4M1 ForclOKure.
Notice H liereiv (riven tbat bv virtue of a
Deere of said Court, entered in tbe above
entitled cause, on the 8th day f t February j.
U., 1002, I shAl. on Saturday. tb i'nd djo'
March, jK.lt. at the hour of Two o'clock
In the at ternon. at tbe Ka&t Door of the
Court House. In th l y of ck I -land, in
the County of Koek I-danl. d State of Illi
nois affreld to stlsfv sa'd DeCff. tell at
Hnbli Vendue to the tiirhest Mint r. for cim
in band, tbat certain parc-l 1 1 land siojate in
tbe Countv of Koek lina ana state or I'll
nol. known and described aa follows, to-wlt:
Tbe Kitst Ninety liO) fet of Lots No. one
fl and Tmn la Block No. Two il In liea-
First Addition o tb- Cl-y of Moline
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, tuu zist cay oi
February, A. !.. y2
WtLTIB J. rKTRIItllt.
Master In daneery, Rock Island County, Illi
Jackson A Hu-st. Complainant's Sol'citors
Vou can be caned of any form of laharm ii.inn
easily be made well, strong, tn.ienf tic, full of
new ii ic biju vigor u T ukinj; fU-1 U-ISA 17,
that makra weak men strong. Mnnv Rain
tra pounds in ten days. Over BOOLOOti
cured. All drunrwtB. Cure enaranteel. Hook-
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HEMfcDY CO- Cbicago or New York, 437
THE KNIGHTS OF OLD
The One Foe They Feared.
The Knights as a rule feared " no foe
in shining armor." In the fights they
indulged in it was give and take, and as
a rule the best man won. But there was
one foe who ever haunted the damp and
draughty castles of the Knights, one of
whom they stood in abject fear, and that
foe was rheumatism. Rheumatism in the
shoulder and no more swinging of the
sword. Rheumatism in the legs and no
more striding of the war charger. Un
happy were the servants of the Knight
who was kept at home by stiffened limbs
and aching bones when great things
were toward. Every friend became his
enemy as he looked at the good sword
on the wall and vainly tried to raise the
Words it has been said are fossil his
tory. The Roman naturalists christened
the leopard leopardus because they sup
posed the spotted creature was the joint
offspring of lion and tiger. So the name
leopard, embalms ancient ignorance and
preserves it like a fly in amber.
It is the same with the word rheuma
tism. Its name implies that it was sup
posed to be a sort of rheum, a catarrhal
affection, such as results from a cold.
And while the treatment for rheumatism
was based on that theory it was small
wonder that cures were infrequent. To
day we locate the cause of rheumatism
in the blood and we drive it out scien
tifically by the use of Doctor" Pierce'a
Golden Medical Discover-.
THE MODERN TREATMENT.
Quite a number of years ago, when I
was a girl at home, my father was pros
trated upon a bed of sickness," writes
Mrs. P. M. Wheeler, of No. 2 Ann Place,
Bradford, Penna. "lie had rheumatism
and a complication of troubles which
baffled the skill of three of our best
phvsicians. All through the winter
months he lay upon his bed, suffering
severely at times wi:h rheumatism in his
limbs. While in this condition a pam-
r'jlet containing a description of Dr.
'ierce's remedies fell into his hands. I
remember of his sitting up in ted and
reading it through and then exclaiming,
"That medicine is just what I need!"
Just then a neighbor came along whd
was going to town and we sent for a
bottle of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery. We laid aside the doctor's
medicines and commenced giving my ,
father the Golden Medical Discovery,'
according to directions. The first three
days he felt worse, as is often the case.
Af ter that he commenced to gain. His
phvsician was surprised at the change in
his condition and candidly admitted that
tbe 'Golden Medical Discovery was
doing more for him than he had been
able to do. In less than two weeks my
eCJ 53 1
ders, because it goes inside, where the pain is, while the
povder3 stay outside. The Oil is such a simple remedy,
and it is just as sure as it is simple. Bathe your feet at
night with warm vfater and soap, wipe them dry and'
then rub Omega Oil in." Rub good and hard and often.
That's all you have to do to make your feet well. 771
father was op with his clothes on. He
continued taking the medicine and in a
short time was well, and ever afterward
was loud in his praises of Dr. Pierce'9
Golden Medical Discovery as he told of
the wonderful cure it performed in hi
When the cause of rheumatism is
located in the blood it is at once evident
that the one thing to do is to purge the
blood of the acids and poisons which
breed and feed the disease. In all com
mon forms of blood disease. Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery may be used
with absolute confidence in the result.
It cures scrofula, salt -rheum, tetter,
eczema, pimples, boils, ulcers, sores and
eruptions of all kinds which are caused
by the corrupt condition of the blood.
It is the
BEST BESOM FOR THE BiOOD
because it absolutely drives out and
eliminates the poison 9
which cause disease.
"In the fall of 1893 my
ankle began to pain me,"
writes Mrs. C. If. Bnggs,
of Tunnel City, Monroe
Co., Wis. "Not a steady
pain, but it grew worse
fast and soon became a
running sore. It made
me very lame. When I
sat down had to rest it on
a stool, as I could not
endure the pain when it
was on the floor. The
doctor gave me something
to heal it, but it woula
break out worse than ever
in a short time. "That
was the way I suffered for
five 3-cars. I was so nerv
ous hardly knew what I
was doing sometimes.
Got so I could not do
the work for myself and
husband. In the fall of
1S98 I commenced to take
Doctor Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery and
'Pleasant Pellets." Mv
ankle soon healed and
my nerves grew strong.
I have not had auy return of the trouble
since, and now , I often walk over a mile
and feel no bad effects. I am very
thankful for my recover-. Formerly I
was seldom able to ride even."
" Golden Medical Discover-" not only
purifies the blood but it increases it in
quantity and enriches it in quality. The
proof of this is found in the fact that
the vitality of every organ of' the body
is increased by the use of the " Discov
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