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THE AKGXJ8, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY Ssl. 1903
Mull's , Grape Tonic
'When the sewer of a city becomes stopped up, the refuse backs
onto me streets : where it .decays ana rots, spreaarog aise&se-
uaw, we. Btre
'"N . cams wav
C ) '- The undigested food backs into the system
"""XL 'and there it rots and decays. From this
"' A festering mass the blood 6aps up all the dia-
y rase germs, and at every heart beat carries
Cj them to every tissue,just as the water works
,y of a city forces impure water into every
strength and health.
rich, red blood. As a laxative
tive, gentle and natural. Mull s
Send Wc to' Lightning Medicine Co., Rock Island, 111., (or large
aampi bottle. All druggists sell regular sized bottles tor 50 cts.
- FOR 3 ALJS IN ROCK ISLAND BY
JOHN E. BERGSTROM.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILUBK.
' Specialty in hard wood finishing and veneer flooring. Jobbing
.", will be . done promptly. Work guaranteed satisfactory.
. Shop Thjrty-Mcond Street and Fourteenth Aveone. Phone 187 9 West
VHi tBATKtSKS' QCIITC.
4t Paelflo KaU-w ar Tlefcess
eaa bo purobasea at J;tj
Ticket ufflce, I8ia seeona avo
na or C . R. L & P. depot
Fifth aveaue foot ot Thirty
Peoria branch depot, toot of
Twcitleth street. Frank H. Plum me r, CP. A.
Golden Htato L. mited
Denver U-bIwJ & Otnaba..
Ft Worth. Denver & K. C.
lOmaba A ' Minne a polls . . .
Colorado A Omana
Dea Molces A Octaha
Denver. Linocln A Oisaaa.
Des Moines Express
I1. Paul Jcinneapoils...
Denver, v. Worth A K. O.
t e.20 ana
k 2:55 am
t 5:20 &x
t 7:ft0 anc
la w am
It 9:1.5 pro
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It 3:00 am
t 2:15 pm
t o:az am
t B 25 pm
1 10:30 pis
t 67 am
t 8:25 pm
JRock Island A Washing ton
It 2:15 pro
; 4:h5 pm
It 60 pm
ODlCaO Oi UMMO!DS
Rook I-itand A Brooklyn A e
tOtnha A KocK Island....
El Paso A San Francisco..
tCedar Kp1d. Tipton
1 1 a:zu ptn
it 7:10 am
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It 4:?0 pm
BOCK 1SIAND ARD ffEOBIA DIVISION
' Trains leave Twentieth street station Main
no trains start from main depot on Fit to
avenue 5 minutes In advance or time given.
Peoria, Sprmiftieid.. ssv. L.,
Peoria, Sprinijfleld, Indian
apolis. Cincinnati. Bloom
lr.frton, St. IiOi.. .......
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cin
Cable A Prerrard Aecom.
Caljie Bherrard Acoom.
tl 45 pm' J5:55 pu-fi-js
ami J4:55 prr
tJaO prr' tlilO pm
: 45 am
A'-'lv&i. tlearture JDaiiy. ftzcrpt Sun
flay. Phone West 1093. West ling. West H23.
St. IjOU'a Sprlr.aeld.
Osies'iorJ, Peoria sqC
Sterling. Mendota aC
Peoria, aeardstown, Bur
Uc'tcn, Eenver and
Bt. Touls,- Kansas City
Denver and Facltic
6 35 as
Bterllng and points ln-
Dubuque, Clinton, La
t?i25 pm '
. Crosse, 6 1. Paul, Minn
and N. W...
Clinton, Dubuque, and
La Cros e
Clinton and Intermediate
87:40 pmi "8:25 am
t7:00 am ;
s. Stop at hock Island as mlnates for meals.
DnUy. tDally except Sunday.
OHIO AGO, MTLWATJKE2
A St. Paul Rullway. J.
R. I. A N. W. pasenrer sts
tioa at foot of Seventeenth
street. George W. Wtod,
agent. The trains for Du
buque and points north ran
Trains for Freeport and Milwaukee will run
Via Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
A U trail s trill connect at bavansafor points
east and west.
D-abuque and &t. Paul Pas
Dubuque and bt. Paul Pas
tl 5ft am
" 3 3J pm
ATI trains dally except und a v
PatsftDgers for points beyond Savanna will
make connections leaving T i a and ar
riving at 8 47 p. m. via Iowa side of the river
v Blaster's Sals.
Jacsson. lln ret A Stafford, Attorreys.
mate of Illinois, (
RoeU Island County- (
In tbe Circuit Court of said county. In
ctancery ForecJlosure No. B017.
Home Biding A Loan association Of Rook
Island, vs John Grelm, If rederika Greim, and
Mw'4 a Gujer,
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of
decree of said Court, entered In the above
entitled eause on 'the lto day of December,
A. D. 1903, 1 shall, on Saturday, tbe seventh
day of Feb'uary. A. D., 19C3, atthebourot
two o'clock In the afternoon, at the
east door of the Conn House, in the
City of Rock Island, in said County of
- utiwfv 9.a.A decree, sell at
wihiin vendue to the highest bidder for
cash in hand, that certain parcel of land
situate In the County of Koek Island and
State of Illinois," known and described as
,0Sr&c?TWrW-aw (3S) In Guyer's First (1st)
addition to the City of aock Rlard
Dated at Moilne, IUlnols, this Eighth day of
January, A- .. "-win j. Kwn.rt w. ,
Master In Chancery, Rock Island County. Ill
JACKSON, HuastA bTArroBD, Complainants
NOTICE Or ADJOURNMENT.
On account of no blddr or bidders being
present at the time and pi see of said sale in
the above notice speiaed,sald sae Is ad
journed until fcaturday, Wtrch 7. A. D., 1903,
at S o'clock p. m. at tbe same pi" e- T
i " ' Master in Chancery.
WILLOW BARK JmJJ
Habits. Purely vegetable treatment;
has cured thousands; ba3 Injured none.
Incorporated under the laws of HH
uol3 Established over twelve years.
WILLOW BARK CO.,
Wri lor ttetntwre , BASVEKS. lit.
rHTCAGO, BtTltLlNGTON A
3 i&j&X.t--. Qnincv Depot Second
rtr?rjvlji eaue and Twentieth street
f 'f&yfc-i M. J. YOtmO, Agent.
t -? t'5-!U;W" J VRANK A. HART.
creating germs inrougnout tne entire city.
An epidemic of sickness follows. It is the
when the bowels fail to work.
nouse. 'x ne omy way to cure a condition
like this is to cure the constipation. Pills
and the ordinary cathartics will do no good.
HULL'S GHAFE T0FJ1G
Is a crushed fruit tonlc-laxatlvo
which permanently cures the affliction.
The tonic properties contained in the grape
go into every afflicted tissue and creates
It will quickly restore lost flesh and make
its action is immediate and posi
Crape Tonic is guaranteed or money mck.
IIARTZ & ULLkMEYER.
"For Ix irars I was a vietim ofd rs
repMla in its worst form. I could eat nothing
Dut miiK toast, ana at times my stomach would
not retain and durest even that. Last March I
bcean taking CASCAKETS and since then I
kavc BtendUy improved, until I am as well as I
ever was in my life."
David H. Murphy, Newark, O.
772 ua.KfiJBJt L1'!?!--
Plcant)t, Pnlntoblp, Potent, Taste Ooo-l, Do
www, iisver cucnun, v eucu or uriio, iuc, zc, auc.
8trrlin- nrmnlj Ct, rhn?n, Xontrml, Krw York. 311
K!ftTR!S Snlil and tmnrantod by all drujf
H U" I USUAU Ciat toCl Kli Tobacco Habit.
It is a Gratifying
Thing to Know
that in spite of the fact that there
are so many misleading and "fake"
advertisements published today by
"so-called" doctors the, people ...of
l.ock island and vicinity are taking1 us
at our word, and calling on us when
they feel the need of help.
To those who have not vet done so
tve would urge the necessity of act
ing at once.
If what follows applies to you,
you cannot afford to delay.
DR. GEORGE B. "WOOD.
Signs of Depleted Energy
If you are disposed to find fault,
to grumble about everything about
you; if litle things irritate you; if tri
fles upset you; ir you go to pieces,
to to speak, when anything goes
wrong in your business, you may be
certain that your system is not up to
the standard, that vour strength is
being exhausted in some way, and
that your vitality is at a low ebb.
The human organism is a vast and
complex machine. No machine that
is defective can turn out good work,
and the longer the attempt to do so
continues the greater will be the
If you are not satisfied with your
condition call and talk it over with
us. Why not? Any why not today?
We have made special searching1 in
vestigations on the conditions that
governs this complex machine the
Our office is equipped with the most
approved apparatus for treatment'of
the afflicted. We are continually add
ing to it, regardless of expense.
Treatment of all cases is in the
hands of thoroughly competent phy
sicians, who are graduates of Ameri
can and foreign institutions of the
WTe are specialists in the treatment
of Chronic, Nervous and Private Dis
eases of Men and Women.
We extend to everyone a most cor
dial invitation to consult us. We will
take pleasure in giving a thorough ex
amination, and will make no charge
for our opinion and advice.
Those unable to call should write
us. Correspondence strictly confiden
Wood Medical Institute,
E. B. OLIVER, Jr. C, M D
GEORGE B. WOOD, B. S M.D.
Hours: 9 to 12; 1:30 to 4; 7 to 8.
Sunday, 10 to 12.
Second Floor, Hibernian Building.
423 Brady Street. Davenport, Ia
fV BEST FOR
HOW METHODISM WILL CELEBRATE
Commemorative Services to Ce Held
All pver the World Chicago's Ex
tension Plana New York Dalit
First Methodist Cliarch.
Methodism is deeply interested in the
approaching two hundredth anniversa
ry of the birth of the founder of the
church, John Wesley, aud from all over
the world come notes of preparation
for the celebration of the event.
In Chicago an elaborate international
celebration is being planned to take
place next May which will extend
over a week of time-. All the Metho
dist institutions, led by the Northwest
ern university, have joined in the move
ment, and President Edmund J. James
of the university has been appointed
chairman of the committee of arrange
It is intended to make the Chicago
celebration a climax to the movement
which has just resulted in the raising
of a $20,000,000 church fund. Chicago
Is recognized as the headquarters of
Methodism in this country, and tile
church's strength lies in the middle
west, and for that reason it is felt that
the bicentennial celebration should be
made international In its scope.
The first bicentenary event, how
ever, will be held at Carnegie hall.
New York, on the evening of Feb. '2Q
under the auspices of tne Metropolitan
thank offering commission. President
Koosevelt will make the principal ad
dress of the evening, and Bishop Ed
ward G. Edwards and Chancellor
James Iioseoe Day of Syracuse univer
sity will also make addresses. This bi
centenary has excited the greatest in
terest all over the country, and the de
mand for tickets has exceeded the ca
pacity of the hall by many thousands.
Wesleyan university, the oldest of
the Methodist educational institutions,
will have an extensive programme ex
tending all through its commencement
week next June. As Wesley's birthday
draws near the celebrations will in
crease in number, and the church in
j. i c
If :.-xs --,:. . ... '
EDMUSD J. JAMES.
England, Canada, Australia and all
other countries where Methodism has
a foothold will have bicentenary
On June 12. the .Sunday nearest to
Wesley's birthday, commemorative ser
mons will be preached in every pulpit
in the denomination. The educational
department of the church has prepared
a special service introducing scenes
from the. life of Wesley, and it will be
presented by all the schools of the de
nomination on children's day, the sec
ond Sunday In June.
John Wesley was born in Epworth,
England, on June 17, 1703. He came of
a long line of ministers of the Church
of England. He early showed signs of
religious zeal aud organized a class of
young men for special work. Among
them were his brother Charles, after
ward the famous hymn writer, and
George WhiteSeld, destined to become
a great evangelist. In 1734 Governor
Oglethorpe took out to Georgia his fa
mous colony of debtors, spendthrifts
apd adventurers, and John Wesley ac
cepted his invitation to accompany him
as missionary to the colony and the
After remaining in this country two
years and four months he returned to
England, and in 1739 the Wesleyan
church was organized. In 1773 Francis
Asbury was sent over to organize the
church in the United States.
The honor of holding the first cele
bration commemorative of Wesley is
claimed by New York because it was
in that city that the first service of the
Methodist Episcopal church in Ameri
ca was held. It was in 17GG that Bar
bara Heck and Philip Embury held the
first service in Embury's house and in
17G7 that the rigging loft in Wil
liam street was occupied. The next
year the lots now occupied by the old
John street church were bought, and
the Wesley chapel was dedicated be
foFe the arrival of Asbury and Dr.
Since its small beginning in the rig
ging loft the Methodist Episcopal
church has grown great in this coun
try. By the latest statistics it has
2,971,740 members, an increase of 24,
774 over the preceding year. For benev
olent purposes the church spent $2,GGo,
3G9, and for. ministerial support $11,-
722,5.") was spent. The property owned
by the church is worth $1SO,000,000.
Increase In Oat and Smear Crops.
' The oaf crop and sugar crop of the
United States have each increased six
fold in fifty years.
MASTER OF THE RAFIEft.
Professor Pnvese, Who Is to Become
the President's Instructor.
Professor Oeneroso Pavese, the Ital
ian master at arms who is to instruct
President Ilcosevelt in the science of
fencing, is an accomplished swordsman
and has won many honors with the
rapier in his native Italy. In this coun
try, too, he has proved his skill with
the .rapier in several contests and
holds' the championship with that
The professor at present is the nro
prietor of a gymnasium in Baltimore
much rrequented by the swell set of
PROFESSOR GENEIiOSO PAVESE.
that city who desire that grace and
poise that come only from the practice
of the exercise of fencing.
President Roosevelt is already quite
expert in the singlestick, bayonet and
broadsword exercise and has also used
the old time foils, but thinks he can
get better exercise out of the rapier
and the new foils. This sentiment was
confirmed by rofe?sor Pavese on the
occasion of n recent interview with the
president. He contended that the ra
pier was the best possible exercise; that
it not only exercises the mus.cles and
furnishes mental recreation, but also
proves refreshing to the eyes. So the
professor has been engaged to pilot the
president in his new undertaking.
. The professor is elated at the pros
pect of becoming the teacher of the
president of the United States. In Ita
ly and throughout Europe the crowned
heads and the members of the royal
families are experts with tl rapier.
Another point in favor of the rapier.
according to Professor Pavese, is that
there is no danger of injury from the
rapier and that the president need have
uo fear of carrying about the marks of
Conflict if his adversary gets in on him
as happened recently in his Lout of
singlesticks with General Wood. There
is little likelihood of being hurt with
the rapier, r.s the weapon is very flexi
ble. The professor wears many medals of
his prowess with the sword and is
soon to try conclusions with a would
be champion. He has no fear of the
outcome, having every confidence in his
own skill. However, when he has pol
ished off his opponent he will prepare
for his distinguished pupil. It is under
stood that the lessons will not begin
until after the adjournment of con
NEVADA'S NEW SENATOR.
XeTrlanrts, Who Succeeds Jone. 1
Rated nn a Millionaire.
Francis G. Newlands. who has been
elected to succeed John I. Jones as
United States senator from Nevada, Is
at present a representative in the
Senator Elect Newlands is a native
of Mississippi aud is a Yale graduate.
He studied law and was admitted to
the bar of the District of Columbia.
He married the daughter of Senator
1 Qw K'frX
FBANCI3 O. KEWLAND3.
Sharon, the mining king of Nevada,
and became a citizen of that state In
Newlands became interested in the
tilver agitation and for a long time
was vice chairman of the national sil
ver committee. He was elected to the
Fifty-third congress and has evetf since
He is largely interested in real es
tate and street railroads in the District
of Columbia and is very rich. lie is
now classed as a Democrat and will net
with that party in the senate. Mr.
Newlands is in his lifty-flfth year.
THE HUMBERT TRIAL
DOUBT AS TO THE OUTCOME OF THE
Hovr Mine. Thereae Engineered the
Greatest of Swindles Capitalized a.
I'rnnd For Over $100,000,000Her
Rise and Fall.
Mme. Humbert, head and front of
the most marvelous swindle ever de
vised, is again a subject of discussion
in Paris by reason of the trial of her
self and family. For twenty years the
Humberts fooled the French courts,
and there are those who think they
may yet escape punishment.
Mme. Therese is generally given
credit for being the brains of the Hum
bert fauiilj. She it was who devised
and carried out the fraud. It is said
that in twenty years she floated paper
to the face value of $140,000,000 and
that her present actual indebtedness is
not less than $12,000,000. Siie capital
ized a dream and from the proceeds
lived at the rate of $000,000 a year for
nearly a quarter of a century.
Mile. Therese d'Aurignac was born
on a farm near Toulouse nearly fifty
jrcars ago. She was not exactly a peas
ant, but her social position was little
above that condition. In 1S78 she mar
ried Frederick Humbert, son of Gus
tave Humbert, who subsequently be
came a member of the French senate
and a minister of justice in De Frey
The position of the elder Humbert
gave the family standing in Paris, and
soon stories began to In? heard of nn
immense fortune to be inherited by
Mme. Humbert from an old relative of
the D'Anrlgnacs. This story seems not
to have been accepted by the Parisians,
and then came the story of the Craw
According to this story, there died at
Nice in 1S77 a rich American named
Iiobert Henry Crawford, who left The
reso Humbert his entire fortune of
$20,000,000 in recognition of the fact
that some years before she had saved
his life. The fortune was said to be in
French bonds. But something had then
to be done to raise money on the myth
Thereupon Mme. Humbert intro
duced to the game another will and a
ft 1 1 - Vv "J
ft I .
t&ua cfia -Xx-
MUE. THEEESE HCMBEKT.
couple of nephews of the dead Ameri-
can. The will is still in the courts, but
the nephews are non est. As a matter
of fact there was no such person as
Robert Henry Crawford, aud the neph
ews were also inventions.
This second will was produced by
one of the nephews, who gave to a Ha
vre lawyer power to act as his attor
ney. This lawyer never saw his client,
but he received over 3,000 letters from
him as well as large fees. Mme. Hum
bert undoubtedly managed this corre
spondence. Then began a series of suits to deter
mine the ownership of the bonds. The
$20,000,000 worth of bonds comprising
the estate was by agreement placed in
a safe in the Humbert mansion and
sealed. It was not to be opened until
all the parties to the contest were pres
ent and a final agreement was reached.
Of course with such security Mme.
Humbert's credit was good for almost
any amount, and the swindle was in
full swing. For sixteen years this con
tinued, one kind of litigation or anoth
er being employed to keep the case un
settled. Various efforts were made to
recover large loans from the Hum
berts, but these were nearly always un
successful. Then the cry of fraud was
raised, and the bubble was pricked.
The Humberts fled and were arrested
in Madrid. The safe was opened. It
contained nothing, of Course. Now
conies the last chapter, the trial.
But even this may come to naught.
Politics inay stand in the way of their
punishment. M. Humbert was at one
time deputy, and Mme. Humbert re
ceived at her home some of the most
eminent of French statesmen. Premier
Waldeck-Iiousscau. however, does not
seem to have been on their visiting list.
He denounced them at a trial against
them in 1S07 in which be' appeared as
counsel f or the plaintiffs. During his
three years of power, however, he took
no active steps against them, and this
fact has been commented on by the
Only a few weeks ago it was openly
charged in the French chamber of dep
uties that the Humberts were being
protected by the authorities and that
they would never be convicted. Some
of the creditors, seeing that nothing
will be realized, will doubtless remain
silent rather than proclaim themselves
dupes. Others, however, are eager for
revenge tied will push the case. Mme.
Humbert, it is believed, has plenty of
money to secure the best legal talent
and will fight to the bitter end.
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o other female medicine in the world lias
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44 In consulting with my
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Wine of Cardui and it is a liver and
bowel regulator which assists greatly
in effecting a cure. If you take these
medicines according to directions, the
relief and cure is simple. Some cases
are cured quickly and others take longer
because the disease has run ronper.
Remember how Miss Snyder took Wine
of Cardui and has health. The same
medicines are offered you. to-day.
A million suffering women
have found relief in
Wine of Cardui.
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