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Their treatment combines the two greatest factor of the haling art,
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Stricture, piles ard vaiiooetle permanently
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Diseases of tbe t.yen.
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J. T. BoBivaoa. Preaident ' L. S. MoCabi Vice President, a K. Castml, Cashier
Central Trust and Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Incorporated Under State Law.
Capital 8tock, $100,000. Four Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
. James Woiicomb Riley's coming
visit riodur the nn a pices of the Tri-
City Press club is awakening a wide
interest. It is easvto see why this
interest is so jreneral. He is our na
tional poet. . He had snag tbe songs
j oi our iiie as no one else has done,
and is safelv enshrined for all time in
the love of his fellow men. He has
written from the heart to the heart.
and the applause which has met his
efforts testifies with what great sue
cess, a new volume from nia pen
I is seized with eagerness, and thous
ands of copies disappear in a few
weeks. His melodies are a part of
our lives. He has published in all 12
volumes which have run through a
number of editions both in America
and Eogland. Book dealers say there
H a greater demand lor Kuey s poems
man lor those of any other poet, Iiv
ing or dead. But great as has been
the demand for Mr. Riley's works, the
desire to Fee and hear the poet in his
nomeiv impersonations has been
greater. Eit, west, north, sou'h
everywhere the people want Riley,
His programs, always new, present
sucn variety, such range of dramatic
action that an evening with him is an
event In the life of every person who
bears mm Ine date of his appear
ance at the Burns opera house is Uct
l. Ine seat sate begins next Satur
In "The House That Jack Built,"
to be seen at the Bartis tonight, Mr
Broadhurst, instead of wiDging his
shafts against the tyranny of domestic
servants and the various labor uions,
aims them at the folly of a rich
young girl who has a tendency to
socialism bnd thiqks that she would
prefer love in a cottage to love in a
mansion. She is a daughter of Dr.
Jack, an eccentric individual, who
has been occupied for nearly seven
house is practically completed, the
doctor has issued cards far a bouec-
wariniDg, but to his dismay be dis
covers that his paper hanger has been
carefully loanng and that jt appears
impossible to have tbe reception room
Huisbed on time. He is very anxious
to secure the advice of Sir Llward
Singleton, a great authority on mural
decorations, regarding the color
scheme for one of the rooms. Sir
Edward has seen Miss Jack and fallen
in love with her. On his arrival he
learns from the paper hangar that she
does not believe in baroosts, landed
property and hereditary wealth, "and
to meet her ou her own ground he
persuades the paper hanger to get
him a workman s suit and to intro
duce him as hU brother who has come
to assist him in his work. No sooner
does Miss Jack see this suppo-ed
workingman than she is immediately
attracted oy wnat sne considers a
msgoiricent specimen of the American
artisan and the love interest between
the two is quicklv developed, culmi
nating in a high comedy scene in the
last act, where Sir Edward, posing as
a workman, shows the many things
they would not be able to get on hia
tiorse ncae'r ajergtkat Brothers', ro'et
tfy&rb. It appears ibift Uwywere srud
dinl surrounded' by a' strong force of
Boeri Tte CahadiahV Indignantly r&
fused to surrender, and" a nfdrderous
fire was exchanged at short '7"rah"ge
nntir every man in the party was rid
dled with bullets, but not before each
Canadian had accounted "for three
Cape Town, Oct. ll.Cecil Rhodes
received an ovation yesterday when he
assumed the presidency of tlie consrress
of the South African Leajaie. Durinsr
the course of his address be attlbuted
the iuth African war to the "mug
wiimps," and said that but for them
Krusrer would never have dared to
send an ultimatum to Great Britain.
Generally speaking lihodea was con
ciliatory in his remarks. He declared
that now that "Kruicerisiu has van
ished" Great Britain would establish a
liberal government, "which will do ev
erything poible to unite the interests
of South Africa with those of the em
pire." . - .
He. then said: ."Now that the battle
is over the dispute on the origin of the
war ougM to cease. The race question
must be subordinated. The league
should support three points the su
premacy of the flag, ejual rights, and
to show the Dutch that there is no feel
ing against them. Having won what it
is ntitled to the league-ought to dem
onstrate that the interests of the races
are the same. Then there will be great
nope ror the. country."
ANXIOUS TO FREE BOYD
Chicane Jud I stue an Injunction in tb
. Noted Chicago Ce.
Chicago, Oct.. 11. A temporary .In
junction, was Issued by Judge Kohlsaat
In the United States circuit couit yes
terday prohibiting Oscar M. Soee and j
others from obtaining, selling or dis
tributing the quotat:ons of the Chicago
Board of Trade. Tbe complainant was ;
the Cleveland Telegraph . company,
which has the right under its contract
with the board to disseminate the quo
Judge Kohisaatsaid: First, that thera
there exists in the board of trade a
right of property in the quotations un
til they are made over to the public;
second, that there is no such dedica
tion to public use as will serve to de
feat or "terminate the property rijrht:
third, that it was within the power of
the board to convey to the complain
ant the property riglit, and that the
complainant acquired good title by its
Granting that the right to the quota
tions is a property right, the court said
it cannot be denied that the complain
ant was jrrently damaged by the broad
cast scattering of the quotations by
puruo'ners. who be reason of having
to pay nothing for them could obvious
ly render the complainant s right of
Woman in the Gnise of a Man Calls on
Him and I Detected.
Fittsburg, Oct. 11. A plot for the re
lease of the notorious forger J. C.
Boyd from the western penitentiary
was apparently nipped In the bud yes-1 trip to Chicago,
, .. J - T i 1 1 . I t,.; t
Cordova, Oct. 10. Mr. and Mrs.
Fory returned to their home at Rock
Mrs. Philip Wilson has been very
ill for the past week.
Mrs. William Filbert, of Port By
ron, has been visiting the past week
with her mother, Mrs. A. S. Havnes.
C. B. Fisk is ' making a business'
years in buudirrg a home
wagei of T2i cents an hoar.
terday. The story, as related by War
den Wright, is on the sensational or
der. During the day he says what
was supposed to be a male vistor made
an urgent plea for a conference with
Boyd. This. was granted in the cus
tomary presence of one of the keepers.
Their talked lasted ten minutes, and
Just as the visitor was about to depart
Boyd tried to pas him a note. Keeper
Sullivan detected the act, grabbed the
paper and reported the occurrence.
The warden investigated the matter
and was surprised to hud that the vis
itor, instead of being a man, was a wo
man in a most deceptive disguise. The
contents of the captured note the
warden refused to divulge, but admits
that the information It contained re
vealed one of the most daring and in-
genius for escape he has ever heard of.
Boyd was the intended beneficiary of
the recent tunnel operations.
Fatallr Hurt in a Wrork.
Marinette, Wis.. Oct 11. One man
was fatally injured and anotner seri
ously hurt in a wreck which occurred
In the Northwest yards yesterday. A
box ear strnek a slab on the track and
ran off. William Olerosted, the yard-
master, and Ed La 'Duke, a brakeuian,
who were on ton of the car. jumped.
fter they fell the truck ran over Olm
sted, cuttinjr off his right arm and leg
and inflicting injuries from which he
will die. La Duke's right arm "was
shattered a:ul his body badly jammed.
Makes the 'on Leader Angry.
Loudon, Oct. 11. Considerable In
terruption and "heckling" characterize
the meetiistrs that ere being held in St.
Martin's Town Hall, London, by John
Alexander Dowie. of Chicago, who re
cently came to England to promote the
Zionist movement. -Dowie angrily re
sents such demonstrations and usually
attempts to browbeat or shout dawn
of Hamlet, is
with her sister,
spending the week
Miss Bessie Cooper.
Tbe public sale of the property,
personal and real estate, of W. H
Durant went off very satisfactorily
Tuesday. The homestead was bought
by Charles Wendt on a bid of $305.
James Baker and family have
moved here from Moliue and will
occupy the Maxwell house.
Mrs. J. Sexton is in Fulton.
Charles Black, of Rock Island, is
spending a few days here.
ALL AKOl'SIl ANDALUSIA.
Andalusia, Oct. 10 Miss Mablo
Brookman has returned from Central
Miss Hattie Hayes has been visiting
relatives in Rock Island.
Fred Mosher spent Sunday with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Miss Harrington spent Sunday with
her parents in Rock Island.
Charles Wenks has returned home
Mrs Lama Smith, of Chicago, is
visiting relatives here.
Horace Moore, of Reynolds, spent a
few days of last week in our village.
Mr. and Mrs Spurlock spent Satur
day and Sunday at Illinois City.
There is to be preaching at the U.
B. church Sunday morning and even
ing. Oct. 14.
Mrs. William Mosher spent a few
days of last week with relatives in
Andrew Simmons was in Port Byron
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
O. J. Larkia,
Jsmei J. La Vale,
I. S. MoCabe,
J. F. Robinson,
H. E. C as tool.
K. D. Sweeney,
Henry W. Trein&nn,
H. D. Mack,
L. D. Mudge
Louia A. Sonmld
8weeney a Walker, Solicitors.
slOMKT LOANED ON PEKSOHAL, COLLATERAL OS SEAL ESTATE 8ECCBITT.
Open dally 9 a. in. to 3 p. m.. Saturdays 7 to 8 p. tn.
Off? in Rnnk- Island National Rank Rntldlrig.
IkiM The Direction Op Cmambeiujn Kjwott Jr Ca
Thursday Evening, Oct. 18.
. 1 11
THE HOOSIEK I'OET,
James VVhi'comb Riley
In a Reading of Hia Own Works,
Under Auspices of
Tri-City Press Club.
Mr. Klloy Will B AUtd By
MlssLoulie Westrvelt Soprino
Mim01 JdDgr ma-Uie
MUs Ucrtrude Stephens Mezzo soprano
Hugi loll Violinist
And FetaraoB'a Sextet.
Albert Peterson FlrH Violin
Henry Sonatas Second loltn
C-liu Koepae Viol
l,ast4v FoeariDger Cc o
Mi-. Ludo Branlag Plftno
Priees 50c, 75o and .
Sls oa sale Saturday moraine at Bleuers'.
n Kock island; Klue s. Uuveapoit, and C!rn
pURTIS OPERA HOUSE,
Direction, of CSiuuber'.aln, Kindt & Co.
Thursday, Oct. 11.
Pralltcloary Tour orlorto p-eeatatlon
at tbe MaO Iron ?inarp Theatre, New
York, of i3KOAt'ill'rfdi ' litest com
edy. "The House That Jack Built
the great cast ovicprls: Thomas A.
W, lfred Klein. Charles Cn- rrr. -Kred
W. l"eter, Herbert l ng. Ky
Patrchbd. Aloert Amber. V r. Annie
Yeamaao. Brandon UonelaK. Mi s
Anita BMser, Ul Grace Pud;, y. Uar
rlaoa A rtnstr- 09. Al xla Lw GLsio.
4. X. Henton Jennie Wamtaa N em
ery By Vo- gtim. Incidental tmito try
A.- B. Rloano- Cos unset ? Wana
iaker. Par burst. U ad ire Wright and
Woollejr Japanese Importer .
Price 28c, Bftcs. 75e. II and (I. SO. Sale
of seats Tuesday taorsisg at Fluke a
The Book of
luatrat'd by th'rty
10 of the
to each person Interested
In eubsoriblnp to the ftu
Kese Field Monument
Souvenir Fund Sub
scribe an amount de
tired. Subocrip'ion aa
low as ft CO will entitle
dono' to bUdai tlyartis
(cloth bound. 8x11. as
certificate of subscrip
tion t the fund. Book
oontsms a aeleciion of
Field s best auri most reo
r'senta'lve workm and U
Hu- for the noble con
tribution of the world s
grea est art!st this, biok
could not barn been
manufactured for less
than t? CO-
llie Fund created Is divl'ed equally
between t e fat ily of tbe late fcugene
f'eld and tbe run J for the butidine of a
monutrent to the ma mory f the be
loved poet of childhood. Add-es
Kogene Field Monument Souvenir
(Also at Book S'ores.) 150 Monroe St.,
If you also wtb to -send postage, en-
cl r e 10 cts.
Thero is more catarrh in this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and until the last few
years was supposed to be incurable.
Jroragreat many years doctors'pro-
nouncea it a local disease, and pre
scribed local remedies, and by con.
stantly failing to cure with local
treatment, pronounced it incurable.
science has proven catarrh to be a
constitutional disease, end, therefore,
reriuire a constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Oio, is
the only constitutional cure on the
market. It is taken internally in
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful.
It acts ditectly on the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. They
offer f 100 lor any case it fails to cure.
Send for circulars and testimonials.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold bv druggists, 75 cents.
Hall's "Family Pills are the best.
TURMOIL IN ISLAND LEYTE.
Continued from First page. '
lighting, have driven Dewet north of
tne vaal near Venterskron.
ignition. Oct. 11. A special dispatch
fronj Lyclcuburg says: "A Boer prison
er tens tue story of the way in which
a patrol of nve trooprsof Strathcona's
Wisconsin Wants Some Boers.
Appleton, Wis.. Oct.. 11. Apents arc
to be sent by the Homestead Land
company, of Applet iu. to
Marques. South AtrSea. to organize col
onies of Boer Tefufjees and brim? them
to Wisconsin for settlement on hinds
of the company in Wood and Clark
Mad Mother's Terrible Deed.
Atchison, Kas.. .Oct. 11. The wife
of Rev. Charles Meeder, of the Eman
uel Evangelical cnurch. near Farming-
ton, jumped into a cistern with her 3-year-old
child and both were drowned.
Mrs. Meeder had shown signs of insanity.
A Thousand Xoogoti
Could not express the rapture of
Annie E. Soringer, of Philadelphia,
when Dr. King's New Discovery cured
her of a hacking cough that for many
Lonrenzo I years had made life a burden. She
says: "Alter all otner remedies nad
failed, it soon removed tbe pain in
my chest and I can now sleep sound
ly, something I can scarcely remem
ber doing before. 1 feel lika sounding
its praises throughout tho universe."
Dr. King's New Discovery is guaran.
teed to cure all troubles of the throat,
chest or lungs. Price 50 cents and
$1. Trial bottles free at Hartz &
Ullemeyer's drug store.
Suicide of an Iowa Farmer.
Eldora. Ia., Oct. 11. Erasmus
Rhodes, a retired farmer residing here,
seized a razor, severe4 his jugular
vein and expired almost instantly. He
was under the influence of morphine
and had an incurable disease.
Secretary ttoot al Washington.
Washington. Oot. 11. Secretary Root
returned to Washington yesterday aft
ernoon, but did not take up any of the
affairs of the war department.
The stage of water at tho Rock Isl
and bridge at 6 a. ni. was 6.85 and at
noon it was 6 90.
The Verne Swaine was in and out.
Case-of Justifiable Homicide.
Holbrook. Neb.. Oct. 11. Carl Bar-
tenback, living one mile south of here.
tried to kill Lis wife and family. They
ran to the home of Klelheek. who is
back followed them and fired several
shots at Kielbeok.and his family. Kiel-
beck returned the fire and killed Bar-
ran rra era pt n wt jtbl n
Fill Your Coal Bin J
Now before the cold weather sets In.
snd prices advance. We can furnish
you the best grades of HARD aKD
&OFT COAL. In3!aca liloclc. Hoc ah on
tai and Uanl Wood. iTioce IV.
Phone 1198.' Fifteenth street anil
is Rheumatism of the face.
Uric Acid left in the blood
t y disordered kidneys lodges
along the nerve which
branch C3 from the eye over
the forehead, and across the
check to the side of the nose.
The cause is the same as ia
all Rheumatism disordered
Kidneys. The cure is lite
V.TS2 the same
NEWS FACTS IN OUTLINE.
Edward Tousealin. aped 45; Edward
Tousealin. Jr.. aged 7; James Tpusea
lin. aged 14, were burned to death in
. . , r
a snanty ar. uoxuurj, -vi.a. .
George Haley, of Fisher. Mich., lo-
cated a bee .tree, and got over lou
pounds of honey from it.
More than GOO lives were lost and
areat damage done to vessels and
coast towns by the recent gale off New
French cabinet will call a meeting
of the chambers for Nov. 6.
Trial by jury, and the writ of habeas
rofpus cave Deen estaDitsaea in cnoa.
The American Bridge company bas
contracted for steel for a great arsenal
for Japan at Kure.
Thieves boardeti the electric cars in
Indiana avenue. Chicago, and attempt
ed ron- tbe passengers.
Marie Fn-cek, 1 year old. fell into a
tub of water at Chicago and was
drowned. , -
The British-forces have reoccupied
Sm!tafit!d. Rousvllle, Wepener, , and
De Wet's dorp. Orange River Colony.
Up to Saturday. Oct. i bush
els of the season's peaca crop of M ichi-
gan had been marketed at Graird Rap
ids; also aboutOQ tons of gTapes.
Acts gently on the
ClEAN5ES THE 5YSTEM
my Tne Nvint-Mtri'r o ay
Female barbers are
I (fmmi " I with
ATe$t tahlePrcparationfor As
ling the Stomachs aodBoivels of
Not Nahc otic.
tt OwtmuM Ttim f
' fiirm Sctri -
. bsaSryrMa fiarm
A perfect Remedy for Conslioa
tion. Sour Stotuach.Diarrhoea,
Worms .Convulsions .Fevxrish
ness and Loss or Sleee
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Tim AMERICAN BREWING CO.
Never Sold In Bulk to Bottlers.
A. D. HUES ING, Wholesale Dealer, Rock Island, 111.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
rjHIOAGO, ROCK ISLA ND
PaclOa Railway Tickets
can ba purchased or baggage
checked tR.L& P.l'wcntleth
street depot, or C, 11. 1. t I'.
deDot. corner Fifth avenue and
rblrty-Brst street. Frank U Plummer, Agent.
MUCH LIKE loa Laj
TJTTRLINGTON ROUTE O.,
X3B. &. Q. RAILWAY Depot
First avenue and Siiteotitb
M. J. TOUNO,
TBAia-3. I 1.IAV1 AKHlVa
St. tt. Spnni?fleld. Peorla. j
Bur. Quln. vi Monmouth 0:55 am 7:15 pm
Olileao, S.erliJK.CllDton &J I
Dubuque it 7:4 am t 8:40 pm
Peoria, Beardstown, Bur I
llofrton, Denver and west 2:40 pmtll:R8 am
3t. Psuli MmneapollH 7:50 pm 8:16 am
Sterllns. Clinton & Dubuque 7:50 pm f 8:44-enn
Bt. It., Kana C, Denver A.! I
Pao. coast via Oalesburg-' 7:15 pm 8.56 am
Daily. tDaliy except Sunday.
Estste of Annette II. Guyer. deceased.
The undersigned having Deen appointed ex
executor of tbe last will and testament of
Annette H- Guyer. late ot tbe county of Kock
Island, state of Illinois, dec t used, hereby gives
notice t.bt he will appear before tbe oounty
court of Kock I&land county, at tbe count;
court room. In tho city of Itock Is
land, at tbe December term, on the flnt Mon
day In December next, at which time all per
sons having claims against said estate ar
notified and requested to attend, for he pur
pose of having tbe same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
guested to make Immediate payment to th
Dated this 21st day of September, A. D. 1900.
Edwabd H. Gcter. Executor.
Denver Limited &OronLa...
Ft. Worth, Denver &K.C.
Omaha and Des Moines
Omaha & Lincoln Ex
(Denver, Lincoln & Omaha.
Denver, Lincoln & Omaha..
Oes Moines Express
Rook Island ft Bureau Ac.
St. Paul & Minneapolis ... .
Denver, Ft. Worth ft K C. 6:X) am
(Kansas City. St Joe &Dnvril 1:10 pm
Ulock Island & Washington 1I:A0 pm
vuicago a. ues oioines...
Rock Island & Brooklyn. Ac
(Omaha fc Kock Island. .. .
t Chicago, & Davenport
AST. I WdT.
t 3:10 am
t 5:09 am
t S:b0 am
t 8:00 am
C 4:30 pm
t 2:15 pm
Arrival, t Departure.
IDaJly except Saturday, All others d
t ft:35 am
t 3:05 am
t 92 am
t 6:X0 am
t 3:60 pns
t 3:45 pm
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TOCK ISLAND A PEORIA
"Hallway Depot First ave
nue i.nd Twentieth street M.
A. Patterson. General 1'a-isen-
frer Agent. I'SHsengr trains
eave C, R L & '. (Mo
line avenue) depot five (5)
minutes earlier than time
given. K. L Cioff, Agent.
I LIATI. I AHFlfTB
tpr'gtield, Cincinnati, Peo
Jeorla, Springfield, St. L.
-eona, bprlngfldd, Cincin
nati Jable Anoommodation
3ablo & Sherrard eoum..
able & Sherrard Aoooiu..
5abl ft Sberrard A room . .
a.i t pm
4 .M pm
7 55 am
datl;; all other trains dally
PHIOOO. MILW A TJKEFA
ST. PAUL raUway Ka
clne ft Soutnwestern Division
Depot Twentlirh i.treet,
between Flrl snd Second
avenues, w. w. Breckin
I lea v k. I Attai va.
i all and Express...
Paul Ex press ...
'relfrbt and accom .
7 'itt am
10 30 am
Best Dining Car Service,
All trains dally except Sunday.
T) AVEN PORT, ROCK I3L-
and ft North western rail
way f-The Trl fJity U uto ")
Passenxer station at Kock
Island ft Peoria depot foot of
Twentieth street- L F. Ber
ry, J. P- A . Davenport,
Iowa. City ticket office, iH
Second Avenue. Geo. W.
Wood. A pent
tninton, Btriing. Cb'esgo.
Clinton. Chicago, Omaha.
Denver. Rockford, Janen
vlile, Madison (leave Dav
enport, Clinton. Chicago. Dixon.
Sterling (ar. Davenport.
Clinton,) mana, Sioux City,
Ctan and Pacino Coast..
Clinton, Sterling, Dixon,
Chicago. Cedar Rapids,
Clinton. Chicago. Jaces
vlllr, Madison. Rockford.
Clinton, Denver, Omah,
I Litvi I IKKtri
r -M pm
Trains mwrked daily,
All otkers.dally cx-.