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THE ATCGUS, TUESDAY, JUNE -3, 1902.
ARE MADE STRONG
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tlO X-RAY KX AM I NATION FREE
-Therei nothing more distressing
in this world than the multitude of
ills and weakness'- peculiar to wo
men. They are inyraid in number
and as numerous in the cbaracteris
tics they display. Men, being' differ
ently constituted, cannot understand
these female complaints and perhaps
they are not to be blamed for appar
ent indifference to Ihem. lint what
ik worse than to see a yoiinjf woman,
just in the budding' process, tied down
ly weaknesses, by pain indescribable,
by sensations luat drive the patient
almost wild. Thousands of women
have suffered in this way? uncom
plainingly or complainiiigly, as
may be their nature, and
thousands are still suffering.
Prom the time they enter upon real
womanly life until their hair is gray
and their steps enfeebled by advanc
ing' age, they go through tortures be
side which those of the inquisition
were mild. In some cases they are
treated with the utmost sympathy.
Kind relatives and friends do all in
their power to alleviate the suffering
and to make them forget their pains.
For such sufferers I have a message
of comfort and a method of escape.
Klectricity and Nature's remedies
are lny treatment. I use nothing
but nature's own methods. The hor
rors of ihe knife and the scalpel are
relegated to the background as being
no longer necessary.
THKKK IS A KKMKHY
I'or the human nervous system out
of order just as Ihere is for the rail
way. When the wires are down or
cr.sed or the battery is displaced
workmen do not begin pouring poison
down the track into Ihe cars. They
attack the wires themselves. That is
just what I do. !y my electric treat
ment I restorethenervoiisefiii!ilrium
and son the hectic flush or the pale
and wornout look make way for the
reappearance of the color of health.
Weak women again see something in
life leside pain and torture. l!y my
method of electric treatment there is
almost instant relief and in a short
time complete recovery. Do not de
lay and suffer longer, but consult me
free of charge, including X-Kay ex
amination. IHSK.ISKS (IK MKX
Every form of trouble resulting
from indiscretion or disease, treated
scientifically, loss of ambition, fail
ing memory, loss of will power,
sleeplessness or any other condition
due to nervous exhaustion brought
' on by breaking the laws of nature.
Consult the doctor on these points.
All business confidential. Names of
patients and their troubles never pub
lished except by request of the patient
who has lx-en cured.
J. ALVIN HORNE. M. D..
And Associate Ph vslrlan. Rooms to. .v. si,
U M anU In. Mitchell I.vnile Hlilt.. Kock
Islaml. Hours to 12. -i to a and 7 to s. u n
uays D to II a. in.
(iood Icals at counter
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
- M. F. UNDERHILL,
When Your Disease Lingers
Consult )r. WaLsli the Celebrated Specialist
in Chronic, Nervous and Private Diseases of
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Dr. WaLlsh Cures When Others Faal
That have heroine elirrnic; that make leii weuk, nervtms anl des
jiondent; that poison your blood and prod tire eruptions on your skin; that
p and drain your vitality; that rob you of your ambition and will power,
exhaustive drains, sleeplessness; nervous debility and lost, manhood;
that cause Women to suffer from neuralgia headaehe, indigestion, consti
pation, and nervous exhaustion; that if neglected will permanently destroy
Is a frequent cause of nervous debility. Why treat months with others
when we can guarantee you a perfect cure in from 1 to 3 treatments.
Eleetrieity srientfi rally applied in the treatment of eatarrh, paralysis,
piles, kidney, stomach and liver diseases.
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mail. Hours: it to li a. m . 2 to S aod 7 to 8 p. m.: Sunday, 11:30 to 1:30 p. tn.
Office, McCullough Building, 124- West Third Street,
Dr. J. E. WqlIsK.
' 1 DAVEXPbliT, IOWA.
Big Four Route
' Account Meeting of
Church of Christ Scientist,
JUNE l.r to 18, 1902.
Konnd trip tickets tolJoston. Mass.,
will be on sale on June 12, 13 and 14,
1!02, from all "Big Four" points, at
the rate of one f:ire for the round trip.
Tickets pood for return to and Including
June Mri. and by deiioKit of return jKr
tion with ateut of terminal line at Boston
not later than June i-lst. and payment ot
fifty cents tee. an extension may lie secured
niaKing ticket pood tor
Return to and including July 81, ll02
Kor full information and particulars as'to
rates, tickets, limits. etc., call on agents "Uig
Four Itoute." or address the undersigned.
WA It KKX J. LYNCH. W. 1. liEI'l'K.
Gen. I'ass. iTkt. Agt. Asst. O. P. & T. A.
Cincinnati. O. '
ALLEN M. NYE, T I A.
Kstate of Wilbelra Thieme. deceased.
Toe unaerslfrned niug oeen appointed ad
mlnlatrator of the estate or Wllbelu Thieme
lata of the county of Rock Island, state o'
Uunols. aecciutcd, bereby elves notice teat be
will appear before the county court of Rock
Island couaty. at toe county court room, in
tae c:ty of kooic isiand. at tbe July term
oa tbe Brst Monday in July next, at wblob
time au persons having claims against sale
estate are nounea ana requested to attena
tor tne puroose ot navtnv tne same aaiustea
All persons i'dobtet to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this i6,h day of May. A. I. I90i
(ittdOottm H. Administrator.
Sweeney &. Waikbb, Attorneys for Admin
VAIfP I If a f
ion ean mrrt nr snv t . i . ...
easily, be made well, stronff, mnunetic, full of
that makes weak men strong. M.iny pnin
tei. pounds in ten da vs. Over 300.000
cored. All dnitrtriat . Cure fiaranieed. Bonk-
in ana nance rKEH. Address STERLINU
aajuaxz .nicago or new York. 4J7
5p Pure Rye CObisJccy
; It tastes
it is old
-CAHJJ. BELT & CO.. Baltimore. M.I.
A. H. LI ITT,
Dlxtrllintor. ICock IiUnd.
S ' r MARYLAND CLUB
And set ths ! -:.- rr .
tiiis Storlenbecker, while walking:
in the vicinity of the W. W. White
head plant, made a misstep in .the
darkness and fell from a narrow
crossing into a ditch alongside. His
left iinu was broken between ihe el
bow and the shoulder J)r. .1. II. Por
ter was railed and reduced the frac
ture. The term of Dominie Mielot's sen
tenre at the Scott county jail expired
yesterday. Dominie is the irate
Frenchman who wielded the knife at
the Linden hotel and wounded an old
soldier in the abdomen, (ieorge W.
Seott, Mielot's attorney, got the old
man out of jail yesterday forenoon,
("apt. August Keiiners lias tiled
with the county auditor, for presen
tation to the board of supervisors at
its meeting today, a claim for alleg
ed damages claimed to be due by rea
son of the widening of K;ist J.iver
street, near his property in Gilbert.
He wants to recover the sum of $1,
"j(0 for the spoilage of his country
seat by reason of the extension. This
claim is prefatory to a damage suit
in the district court.
The rain which began early Sun
day morning and continued im inter
mittently during the forenoon caused
the Kinderfest of the Turner society,
which was to have been held at
Scliueten park, to be postponed un
til next Sunday, at which time the
same program will be carried out. It
was a keen disappointment to Ihe
children, who had anxiously looked
forward to the event, but they will
have their fun next Sunday.
Saturday morning's !:.": fast train
for the west had a peculiar accident
near Walcott. A jar through the
train slmwcd that something had
been struck, and when the engineer
tried ihe brakes he found something
the matter. The train slowed down
more slowly than usual. When it
stopped an inspect ion showed the
brake burs broken on 1 lie tirst and
second coaches. The train went on
slow time to West Liberty, where the
coaches were cut out for repairs.
Carl (iablemaiin will leave New
Yolk today on hoard the steamer
Crown Prince William for Hremen.
Tomorrow Miss Kssie I'uscli will
sail on board the Majestic for I.ier'
pi m1. On the "th inst. Mr. and Mrs
August Sch metier and daughter will
sail on the Pretoria for Hamburg.
At 1 o'clock Saturday night at the
home of her daughter. Mrs. .loscphint
Krg. ls'j:: West, fifth street, occur
red the death of Mrs. Kathcrine lleult
after a war's illness in the T'.Mh yea I
of her aire. The deceased was a na
tive of ( it-riua ny. where she was born
Dec. :l, isj.;. In is.-,r, si)0 came to
this country, for upwards of :!(" years
residmjr in Kockiiiirham township
For the past ten years she had made
her home in this city.
A tleep bereavement befell the f.nn-
ilv f Mr. and Mrs. .lohn W. Ilassou
Sunday evening, when Miss Florence
A. ilassou breathed her last after a
prostration of three weeks from heart
trouble, with dropsical complications
The deceased had suffered from heart
trouble from time to time during sev
eral years past, but the tiual attack
was especially severe and ran its
Gray Hairs a Crime?
Thousands of men and
women are turned out of
positions and many fail to
secure situations because
their gray hairs make them
look old. This need not be.
makes ace halt and keeps
thousands in employment
because it takes ymrs fmm
their apparent acc. Hair-Health positively
restore gray, tailed or bleat hed hair to its youthful color.
It is not a dye. Its iijC cannot be detected. Lqually
jood lor men and women. April n iSm
(,rnt.'rutrn: forty my hair and nmt.iclic bet," in
tiimini; cray. A friend on my r..id lo-t his place be
hum ln Kr.iy hair made him look oMi rlhjri lie was.
fronting by lus enericnrc. I brc-in u-inK Hay's Hair.
uciiin, n inc rrsuii uiai i nave llie am cUrl:
brown curly hair that I had at 21. and nntir v. iwtk it
In a rrient distharKcof employees I held my p inion,
although many youncer than myself, wlioc only fault
was mrir Kray nair. were tilniissca. 1 liave you to
lliank lor my position. N. J. Kaiuoau ICui'Lovbc
Hair-Health is sold by lead inc dmecists everyw here.
Sent by express, rrcpaid. in plain scaled pat kaca. by
Ijimkin Si.'rri y (., Xcj llroadway. N. V.. a'.o a :4c.
cixe narnna meuicatei soap, ix.st so.lp i.,r t i.l. t.
bath, skin and hair. All on receipt of toe. and Una ad.
LARGE 50c. DOTTLE5. AT ALL DnUOGlST
For sale by T. H Thomas. 1Q0 Kecond
avenue. A J Kiesn, Kourth arenas and Twen
ty third street Mantball, tsli beoood avenue,
neirnoeoic, '' 1 oira avenue
Stitek holder Meetlnc
Notice to tbe stockholders of tbe Ta-en
part, rofk Island & Northwestern Rullwuv
company o! Illinois.
Tne annual mretint; or tne sttockboldera of
ths Davenport. Rock Island & North western
Kail way compaoy of Illinois, will be held at
toeomoe or me ciropany 10. tbe city of Rock
Island, tn tbe s-.aie of Illinois, on Moods, tha
s xteentn day of June, lnOi at tbe hour of 1 1
a m , for tee turpwe of eleett'ir a board of
directors and for the ransactlon of sued otber
nasioesH as a ay lawruuy oome Defore tbe
Dated this 1 Jtb day of Mny. A. D.. IWC
W. R. MoKHrsiiif.
hy dKsrroyln th (rmi t!at ohim forinntat!n.
If you hare lywtl. aasirltls. fsllr. I1-
rrk Ilvirntrrr, it hrawiwtlsaa. tlwat,
Nfsralda. I'wlnllwtlwa of I ho Mrl or P.raw
tlwaaof the skin ask your druirirlxt for Salnkotra
or wnd us SI 00 for i or. bottlA pnsrsiileod to
nuert, hdi prvvaio. aoseripuTS pool irve.
Wlakstrs Cieakal Co.. m Olhm St, Sc. Uols, Ms.
TREATA1ENT phxc& To&cco
Habits. Purely vegetable treatment;
has cured thousands; has Injured none.
Incorporated under the laws of Illi
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Write for literature. DANVERS, ILL.
course rapidly, although biit a couple
of days leforc her death the patient
fallowed improvement that put hope
into the hearts of her relatives which
only proved vain in the end. Flor
ence .V. Ilassou was bom on the
steamer ''Columbia," on the Ohio riv
er near Cincinnati, Oct. 10, lSii4. when
the family was on its way to Daven
port. The funeral occurred today.
Mrs. James Chandler was up before
the commissioners of insanity yester
day afternoon. The lady hails from
Princeton and was found to be a
menial derelict. Deputy Sheriff Van
Howe took the patient to Mt. Pleas
ant. J!ev. Dinfred Knauer, formerly
a minister of the Lutheran gospel,
and at one time connected with the
Wilton seminary, was arraigned also.
His was a pitiful case of a strong,
vigorous mind gone awry. As his res
ilience could not be established, he
was s nt to Mercy hospital pending
a decision from the state board of
control upon the evidence. Doubt
less he will be made a state patient.
. At the home of his parents, on
Hayes street, occurred the death of
Frankie K, Sherman in his 14th year.
Death was due to nephritic.
HARD LUCK HIS STORY:
WORLD'S STAR OPTIMIST
Chicago i'ribune: The most opti
mistic man in the world has register
eil at a small West Side hotel and is
looking for work.
Jt is such a small hotel ami it is
so located that it barely escapes
being a "ten, twenty, thirty" lodging
house but it might have been worst
The optimistic man has been presi
dent of a state university, he has been
chief of Ihe I'nited States weather
bureau, ami head of the astronomical
department of the I'nivcrsitv of
Michigan, and lately he has been
working in a lumber camp, and aaiii
in a ship yard but it might havt'
Now, being more 1h:.n .Ml years old
and with his course run in his chosen
profession, the American Mark Tap-
ley is trying to begin a business ca
reer. That is his ambition. At pres
cut he is looking for work and trying
to sell milling stock.
Mark YV. Harrington is the optimis
tic man. i-or twelve years lit was au
instructor in the University of Mich
igan and was head of the department
of astronomy when he left. From
this position he was appointed to that
of chief of the weather bureau
where he served until President
l levelatid s election. tlien lie was
elected president of the Washington
State I'nixei'sity at Seattle, where he
served until 1'.i7.
Since then he has been '"browsing
as he says. He was removed from
his position ni the Washington State
I'iiiversitv after an election in the
state. That closed his career as an
Soon he needed money and went into
a lumber camp to earn it. lie work
ed there until his health gave out
Then he went to a hospital.
After he had regained his health he
trietl his luck again in a ship yard
.M tne manual tasks of a common
laborer he worked until a beam fell
on him. Then he went back to the
At various occupations he tried his
luck and now he is in Chicago looking
for work for persons who want t
buy mining stock.
"Luckily providence gave uie an op
timistic disposition." he said yester
day, "so it does not matter. Other
wise I might not have been able to
stand it. lint it might have been
The optimistic man does not drink
lie smokes a pipe, because it is ceo
mimical. lie Has lilue eyes and a
smile Unit, seems froen or, rather.
fastened to his face. He secured
his acedemie education at Northwest
em I'nivcrsity and finished at the I'ni
versitv of .Michigan. lie speaks a
number of languages ami reads even
"The universities do not want a man
who is over 50 years old," lie said, in
explaining why he does not try to se
cure a position in some school. "In
fact, no one seems to want a man
"Hut my affairs seem to be picking
up. Things have not looked brighter
for many years. There has been no
time when I would not rather d
manual work than borrow from in"
friends when I had no prospects of
paying them back."
When things do not look bright. even
to. the optimistic man, he hunts a
park and watches the people.
I can find a. great ileal of amuse
ment in Lincolit park, for instance,'
he said. "I like to watch the people
and the animals."
lie also has his irenerous fund of
information as a solace, and when he
gets back to the small hotel in West
Madison street he can light his pipe.
sit in the window with the "lodgers"
all around him and think.
During his service us head of the
weather bureau Mr. Harrington was
sent to Hamburg as the official rep
resentative of the United States to n
congress of meteorologists. His fav
orite language is Spanish, lie would
rather talk about languages than
ibout his "hard luck," which he
never calls hard luck.
TJie work the optimistic man is
hung just at present selling mining
stock is what he calls "absolutely
distasteful labor," but it is some
thing. Something else will turn up
pretty Boon or else his stock deal will
prove a success. The optimistic
man is sure of that, lie is n lineal
descendant of Mark Tapley, Colonel
Sellers, and. Mjeawber.
g Moline Mention g
arl K. Peterson, employed at the
Watertown asylum, and Miss Otilia
Anderson, whb bus been making her
home with her brother-in-law, An
drew H. Nelson. 50s Nineleenth ave
nue, will be married tomorrow after
noon at the Swedish Lutheran par
sonage by Kev. ('. A. llemborg.
Dr. C. K. Lindberg and Key. C. K.
HolTsten have returned from New
York, whither they accompanied the
remains of Dr. Jandberg's mother,
Mrs. Christine Fricdlund, who . was
Lightning twice struck in Henly's
addition during Sunday morning's
storm, startling the natives with aw
ful crashes ami destroying two elm
trees, the largest one of which was
reduced to stove wood.
Miss Rebecca Pierr left to attend
the piano recital by Miss Frances
Wolk at St. Marvs-of-the-Woods. St.
Marys, Ind. Misfi Wolke is a grand
daughter of Mrs. Margaret Pierr.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Stephens and
August Lindgren have departed for
John McLaughlin and IMilh Mc
Laughlin, whose domestic troubles
resulted in the couple's separation by
divorce, are still fighting. McLaugh
lin was arrested Saturday on his
wife's charge that he had threatened
her bodily injury at her house when
she refused to allow him to remove
some of the furniture.
A blaze in some baled hay at W. C
Loptien's barn in the rear of 1S17
Third avenue was extinguished by
the tire department. The hay was
stored on the second floor, and the
blae was controlled before more
than nominal damage was done.
Kt v. C. 11. Piiirdick w ill be ordained
:is a minister of tiie gospel and in
stalled as pastor of the Second Con
gregational church at services to le
held Friday afternoon and evening.
The examination takes place in the
afternoon and the ordination and in
stallation in the evening. Kev. A.
Harper, of Port Hyron. will preach
Ihe ordination sermon, and there will
be visitors from churches at Jlock
Island. Davenport, Sterling, (icneseo,
and other cities, including Kev. C. D.
Moore, the church's former pastor,
now at Hilda. Kev. W. W. Willard
w ill represent t iic First Cogrega
tionul church at the council in the
af te I'lloell.
Louis C. Arp. son of Dr. A. H. Arp,
was thrown from his pony at the cor
ner of Fourth avenue and Ninth
street, where, in endeavoring to es
cape running into a street car. young
Arp turned his pony so short lhat he
fell. The boy sustained a scalp
wound, which was sewed up and a
half an hour after he was riding his
At a meeting of the Unitarian
church it was voted to extend a call
to Kev. I led ley Hall to occupy ihe
pulpit for ihe coming year after he
has completed the remainder of this
church -year, which ends .Inly 1. Dr.
Hall was secured from Chicago to
conduct the services to the close of
the year and now the trustees were
instructed to make arrangements
with Dr. Hall for another year. Sun
day evening after the services 1hev
met- and organized, the following of
ficers being elected: President, .1. W.
Warr; secretary. F. T. Dufva; treas
urer, d. W. Warr.
Again the murder case of Charles
Minne. which occurred last Septcm
bcr, is brought to attention as tin
murdered man's . partner. Edmund
Verbieste. was in danger of meeting
the same fate, when Peter DeSmet
who keeps the saloon at the corner of
F.ighteenth avenue ami Seventh
street, stabbed him several times with
an ice pick. Verbieste has been
wanting to marry ihe daughter of
DeSmet, who objected, and finally
told him to keep away from the
house. Saturday afternoon he came
over and drew a pocket knife and
threatened to kill DeSmet s chil
dren. DeSmet grabbed the ice pick
ami ran out of the yard, where er-
bieste was standing. He made for
him immediately and before they
could be parted DeSmet had managed
to make several wounds on the per
son of Verbieste. Dr. Kohler was
called, who found that he had thre
wounds in the back of his neck and
several around the throat, breast and
other places. DeSmet has been ar
rested, but his hearing has liecii post
poned until Wednesday. Unless hlood-
jKiisoning or other complications set
in veroiestes woiimis win not orovc
W. W". Williams Memorial division
o. 2ii5 Cm nil International Auxil
iary to the P.rotherhood of Locoiuo-
ive Engineers, went to Kiverside
emeterv in a body Thursday evening
and decorated the grave of the lndov-
rmri neer for whom the order was
limed and who was. killed last dan-
nrv. Mrs. William Arnold, me
csident of the order, delivered a
very touching tribute to his mem
ory nnd beautiful flowers ami ferns
iti nl'need as i token of loyalty to
the deceased and love and sympathy
for his devoted wife and children.
Mrs. Fred Dever and son Mamie, of
Iowa City, who have been visiting
Mrs. W. W. Williams the past we'.'k,
were joined by Mr. Dever Sunday and
all returned home yesterday.
The site for the Carnegie library.
Seventeenth street and Fifth avenue,
was purchased today. Mrs. S. II. Vclie
being paid .-10.miD therefor.
All the news all the time The
for General Household Purposes?
Pure - Harmless Economical
Fcr sale by ali r.iccri.
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leave the brewery until properly aged.
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CATARRH AND ITS EVILS.
The foundation of CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, DYSPEPSIA, KIDNEY
and BLADDEIi TKOUBLES, and nine-tenths of all other CHIiONIC DIS
EASES. "More than one-tenth of all the deaths in DA VENPOKT and in
surrounding country due to consumption." (DA VENPOKT HOARD OF
HEALTH) and most of these due to some of the various forms of catarrh
which are curable if properly treated.
The following are a few of the many conditions due to the various forms
of CATAIHIIl cured by the German-English Specialists who have the only
appliances to successfully treat this diesase.
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If you suffer from any of above conditions call at once on tl German
English Specialists at 205 WEST T1IIU1) STUKET, DAYENPOKT.
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Chronic and Private Diseases of Men and Women a Specialty. Office sup
plied with all modern appliances. . ,
FRANK A. HART. Passenger Agenl, Cfiics
rilthy Temples In India.
Sacred cows often defile Indian
temples, but worse yet is a body
that's polluted by constipation. Don't
permit it. Cleanse your system with
Dr. King's New Life Pills and avoid
untold misery. They give lively liv
ers, active. bowels, good digestion,
fine appetite. Only 25c, at Hartz cfc
riltineycr's drug store.
Kinging Noises in Ears,
Discharges from Ears,
Hawking and Spitting,
Inability to breathe through the Nose
Dryness of the Throat,
Crusts forming in Nose and Throat,
Shortness of breath,
Pain in Head and Eyes,
Jicdness and Watering of Eyes,
Pain in Lungs and Chest,
1'ain in Stomach,
Helching of Gas from Stomach,
Pain in back due to Catarrh of Kid
neys and Hladder.
Less Than Half Fare
Those very low ratea are mail fur
tiolpjrates attending convention:! in
the Pacific- Coast cities; but any one
can buy the cheap tickets and save
money. Then, if you wish, you
can join one of our "Personally
Conducted Excursion Parties" to
California. Very inexpensive, com
fortable and interesting. They p
through ColoradobydMylightand past
Siilt Lake City. Ask for particulars.
C. B. & Q. Depot. Telephone 1131.
Means new papering time and
both are here. Spring decorative
ideas are always the prettiest.
The most decorative line of artis
tic and practical wall papers is to
le found at our ttore. Then
prices are also an added induce
ment. Yon should call at our
store licforc buying.
Paridorv (EL Son
417 Seventeenth St.