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THE AUGrUS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1002.
THE TRATFLKRH' OUlDf.
CmCAGO. R .CK ISLAND
& Pacific Rail-war Tlcfcew
can be purchased at City
T'Clcet office, Second ave
nue, or O . R. I. & P. depot
3 I Mr,
- Fifth avenue foot of Ttlrtv-
first trnt. feorlft brnucli dpot, foot of
1 wenHeth street- Frank H. riumjaer, (J. P. A.
t :45 aai
it 4:39 ai
Leivsr Jiiiiited & Omana..
Ft. Worth. Eenver & K C
navenport & Chicago
tOn; aba A Xlant?apoli8...
Colorado & Omaha
Des Molnea ii Cta-aiia
Denver, Lincoln & Omaha.
I:cs Moines Kx press
St. Paul A Ktiaieapoltfl . .
Ilenwr, Pi. Worth &. K. C.
i$ocic Island & Washington
t 6:n0 am
t 7:h) r
t 7:cu pm
;'t :M put
ilt :25 axo
T :tni ttiu
t 6:V aio
6 25 pm
t 6-.:i0 am
t XH pm
J 3.M pm
t 7:40 am
X 8 25 am
t 4:20 pm
; 2:15 pm
t 2:15 pm
Coicaeo & uesKones , ;
Rock Island it Urooklyn Lc
$Omfcha & Rock Island "j
t fil'O pm
fCedar Rpids. 1 ipon
BOCK ISIJIND AND PKOBIA DIVISION
Trains leave Twentieth .trees station Main
line trains start from mi In Cepot on Fifih
'avenue 10 minutes la advance of time fc'veit.
x'eoria, fcprlDg2eIJ. (it. L,
Da.la Cnrl r' rf Hwlrt Inftiltn-
l,vi i u ..... ,
polls. Cincinnati. Bloont-
litKton. ftt ixhos. ...
Peoria, lndiauapolls. Cln
clnnatl. Mootnlngsor.. ...
.Cable & Sherrard aocoic.
C-le Sherrard Acoom.
f'45 pm' Ji:o5 pc
t9:lft am t:?3 pm
;i:30 pm it::J0pai
Arrival. tHeoarture. tDally. "Te-pl sun
day. Phone W est 1063, West II2H, West 1423.
4 CHICAGO. BTJKL1NUTON &
2 w ouincT Depot eeond
avenue and Twentieth street.
M. J. YOUNG. A pent.
I'asssenger A cent.
I.UAVB l AUHIVI
St. Louis, tseringticld
Gale.sburg, Peoria and
Sterling. Mendota and
Peoria. Beardstown Hur
linirtoa. Denver and
St. Louis. Kansas City.
s6 tO am j
r2i0pm tl3:ll pm
s7:25 pm j 1 10 pu
Denver and Pacllic
Sterling and points In
tT: J5 pm
East Moline (suburban).,
pubuque. Lllntua, La
. Cross. St Ps,ul, ft: J .on
anl N. W..
Clinton. Dubuque, ac!
Clinton and Intermediate
1 7 00 at
s 7 00 am
s. Stop at r ocli Xslacd uioutes for meals.
DiiUjr tDaliy except Sunaay.
& St Paul R-Lway. D.,
R. 1. & N. W. paHseQrer sta
tion at tiot of ieveuieenin
street. George W. Wc-od,
aeeut. The trains for Du
buque and points north run
via Illinois side of river.
Trains for Freport aid Milwaukee will run
via Dave i port C'l.nton and Savanna
All trains wfll coaucct at Savanna for points
east and west.
I ttt irm j akkive
Dubuque and St Paul Pa-i
Dubuque and bt. Paul Pas-
Milwaukee Rxpress ;
FTeeport press I
9 15 rm
8:1 s pm
All trains dUvexnert S-jndav
foblJ catt oo SUitlce Vtuwjtty.
State f Il'itiois, I
Rock Island Coanty. ("
In the Circuit Court ef &uid Coun'.y. Septem
ber term, A. D. I90"J
Calvin L Girls vs Kdward Ileyl. Bertha fey'.
Augus'us tiil- John Ileyl. Jr . i ll".n Ileyl.
f-ebast'n ScheU. ChtLMice brfaill. In
Affidavit of lb con-reIdena j at the said
K-'ward Ileyl. Ueriba Heyl Augustus BoyL
John Ileyl. Jr. ar.d KU. u Iloyl, Impleaded
ill tha khov Ceecdnt, Seba-Uan Suhet!
and Christine Sch il bavlrnr beeu tiled in the
Clerk s office of the circuit court et bald
county, n otice is therefore hereby given
to the tiiia non-rt-sMnnt eefendatits that
the complainant HI. d his bill of complaint
la ruJ court, on ihc chinctry side thereof,
on the 12th Uy of A itust, A. D.. liOJ. and
tli-l thereupon a' tummocs Issued out of
said court, hernia sad suit Is now pend
ing, returnable on the third Monday 1 tl:e
month of sieptemner neit, as Is by law re
quired Now. unless you. the said n'n--e.si-flent
defendants above named. Fd rd Heyl,
liertba Ileyl, Auwustus Heyl. John Heyl, Jr.,
and KUen Heyl Hball pcnonaily be and appear
before said circuit court, on 'be firsi day of
tl.e next term thereof, to be bold en at Rock
Island in and for the sa d county, on the third
Monday in September next, and plead, an
swer or demur to the said complainant's bl'l
of complaint, the same and the matters and
tblcp-s therein charged and stated will be
taken as confessed, and a decree entered
siralnst you according to the prayer of said
Geobge W. Gamble, Clerk.
Rock Island, Illinois, Aug. 12. lyui
Ssarlb & UAHbHALx Complainant's Solid
8:0 am 9 J? pm
I THE MODERN'S ' I
I Cit in Price Sale.
t tverytliing must gcZ JWe Jiaven't the space to mention; j
our numerous bargains, but here are a few we quote you:
Men's Oxfords, $3 grade, at .:
Mi.ti'c llvfi.rrlu Sk 0 irrnilp -1.
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Men's Oxfords, $2 grade, at
"VlunV rW..,.l.2 1 r.rt n-nwlu lit
"1 v-.v.. f-j uv - - - - - -
7 Ladies Oxfords, $2 grade, at
J Ladies Oxfords, $1.75 grade, at
X Ladies' Oxfords, $1.50 grade, at
ah t i : , t-e 1 . r , , - .... .1 . . t
J Children's Oxfords and Slippers at any price. Men's, Ladies and t
Children's Shoescut in same proportion. T
t George F. Schmale, Prop.
X 1705 Second Avenue.
Specie! Sumrher Wine Sewle
, k -4 - - c : . , - C 7 t r . - ,
, For one liioiith, from Aug. 1 to Sept. 1 wo will .
sell, just to introduce our stock to tne people, a
A 50 cent bottle of nne Claret or Port wine for 25
. cents. This makes a fine summer dr. ink.
Don't w-a.it bit come in now
' ' ' '3 1 ' ' and see oir stock.
Corner Seventeenth Street and .Third Avenue.
Knymann & lliiyuiann, as attorneys
for the Kldriilgi Savings bank, yes
terday began suit against W. YV.
Whitehead 'on notes aggregating
70(1 in value and seenred by eollateral
in the shape of 25 shares of stock of
the W. W. Whitehead company worth
" Annie Webster, the wife of Ceorge
Webster, was reported to the police
last night as turning their happy
Imine in the' I'utnain block into it
rough house. The patrol wagon was
sent to the scene and returned with
the domestic eonibataBts. Mrs. Web
ster was saiil to be after ber hus
band with a hatchet. They were
booked for peace disturbance.
.V.lolph Lager, the janitor at t he
Uock Jslaud railroad depot, is report
ed to have been held up and robbed
tut Harrison street," a. short .'distance
from the corner of Sixth and in front
of the old Kralim brewery1 property,
at about 1 o'clock Sunday morning.
Jle was. on his way home to the l'ark
Lawn neighborhood and was going up
to Sixth street when a matt stepped
out of a sort of alley uud asked him
for the time. He replied he had no
watch and could not tell. Then Mr,
Lager was knocked down, from be
hind and lost consciousness, not to
regain it till nearly an hour biter
when he picked himself up and con
tinued on his way. Yesterday he was
reported to be ill from the effect of
the handling lie received. He was
robbed of nearly ?2 in small change,
but the highwayman failed to discov
er a $10 bill in one of the hip pockets
of his trousers.
The jubilee celebration of the Dav
enport Turner society closed last
night with the concert, banquet and
ball at Turner hall. The audience at
llie concert was large considering the
fact the weather was unfavorable
and the announcement of the change
from Scluieten park to Turner hall
niAMOSn- JO LINK STKAMERS For
- Cliuton, Dubuque, M. Paul aud joints
' Steamer DL'UUQUF, Aug. 2o. 10 a. in.
For Muscatine, Burlington, Ktokuk, Quin
cy, bu LiOuu ana points between
Steamer SIDNEY. Aufr. 26, 9 a. m.
For passeneer and treiitht rates inquire of
lifcOKUK LAWU.M', Agent.
Office 115 Seventeenth Street. Tel. West
.V, : I
. ?t '
St a. 'A
A CUE PACKKT CO. Daily line to Clinton
anu ail iinl oetween.
Steamer CITY OF WINONA
Every afternoon at 3:15.
J. K. JOHNSTON. Agent.
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET CO. For Mus
catine. New Boston, Keilhsburg, Oquaw
k.4 anu jjuriingion
The steamer HELEN BLAIR
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4
The steamer W. J. YOUNG
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at
1 1 i a. in.
Arriving In Burlington at 8:15 p.. m.
Parties can go to Muscatine on the Helen
Hlair at 4 d. m. Monday. Wednesday and Fri
day and return on the W. J. Young at 11:30
p. in., same aay
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was-made late in the day. As it was
the 600 or 800 persons who attended
mostly remained for the ball and the
affair took on the character of a mti
sicale. It is not too much to say that
the concert was one of the best ever
given in the city. Miss Poddie Uoss,
who was the .star attraction, was
generous in her responses to encores
and as a result the audience was able
to hear her seven times.
Dr. F. Hoes reported to the Daven
port board of health yesterday that
there were four cases of diphtheria
at 1510ta Kockingham road. They
are Hesterday, aged 8 years; Charles,
aged 10 years; Francis, 'aged S years;
and Kmma, aged ti years of age, all
children of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Several car loads of stone have ar
rived for the new library building,
and work will therefore be resumed
upon the structure this week. It is
promised that it will now be enclosed
in short order.
Sunday evening about S:."0 the tire
department was called to Allen's
bowling alley on Fast Third street,
where lire had started in the rear.
It was extinguished before the de
Mrs. Charles Jaeger, a widow who
resides on West Fourteenth street,
was the victim of a pick pocket at
Schuetzen -park, during the jubilee
celebration Sumlav. She carried a
purse which conta'ied in change
in her pockt t, and in sonic manner it
was extracted, leaving hvr without
even street car fare. The cast" was
reported to the police, but having no
clews whereon to work tbe chances
of capturing the guilty party seem to
be very slim. Mrs. Jaeger remem
bers being jostled considerably, but
cannot recall by whom.
-V big bazaar is being planned for
the benefit of St. Vincent's orphan
age. Jn all of the Catholic churches
Sunday the announcement was made,
and each of the pasUors appointed a
delegation to attend :i joint baaar
meeting which will be held at Hiber
nian hall this week. The event which
is being planned will be an elaborate
one,, and as its object is exclusively
charitable, it should le a success. It
will beheld during October.
Saturday night during the absence
of the family, the home of Theodore
.1. Meyer, cashier of the local otiice of
the American F.x press company, lo
cated at 40 Arlington 'avenue, was en
tered by burglars, who gained an en
trance by raising a rear window. The
house was thoroughly ransacked, but
so far as known, nothing of value was
taken. The aoove is the third time
in the past thirteen years that Mr.
Meyer has been molested by burglars
and he is now thinking seriously of
having his home barricaded by a
number of automatic shot guns.
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I Joy Hart, the elevator boy at the
McManus building, was hurt in an
accident Saturday. While on duty he
allowed his foot to hang over the
edge of the elevator cage with the
result it was caught between floors
and severely crushed. Dr. W. F.
Hunt dressed the injury "and re
moved the lad to his home in a car
riage. It is probable that he will
lose the great toe of his maimed
Yesterday morning at the home of
her parents 2001 Fulton avenue, at
12:.J0 o'clock, occurred the death of
Margaret Mulcrone. Deceased had
been confined to her home for some
time -prior to her death by tubercu
losis. Margaret MiiIcron; was
born in New York state 44 years ago
and had lived in this city for the past
40 vears. She is survived by her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. John Mulcrone,
two brothers, Martin and James, and
three sisters.Mrs. Helle Fink, Jennie
and Kate. The funeral will be held
from Sacred Heart cathedral Wednes
day morning at 0 o'clock with inter'
incut in St. Marguerite's cemetery.
The death angel visited Sunday af
ternoon at the home of Capt. Charles
Faulkner and took, therefrom Mrs,
Louisa Faulkner, wife of Capt. Faulk
ner, and one of the most beloved wo
men in the city. Death was the re
sult of a protracted illness and was
therefore not unexpected, although
none the less mourned. Mrs. Louisa
Faulkner was born in Aken, Magde
burg, Prussia. Aug. 22, lS.'IC. She was
married to Herman Schoel and to
gether they came to this country.
t the outbreak of the war Mr.
Schoel enlisted in the navy and was
killed in the burning of his ship. Hy
him she had three children, of whom
Herman died in 18.6H, the rest surviv
ing her. In 1SGS she was married to
Charles Faulkner, and with him sie
came to Davenport, where capt.
Faulkner was for many years con
nected with the police department,
serving for some time in the capacity
of night captain. To the tinion three
children were born, Charles, Jr., and
Herman, of Davenport, and Mrs. Lou
isa Stofft, of Moline. Death occurred
at the residence of her son. Charles
Faulkner, Jr., 514 West Eleventh,
near Scott street. The funeral was
Held from the place of her death this
afternoon at 2 o'clock with interment
in the city cemeterj'.
Sunday morning at his home, 271
Harrison street, occurred the death
of Christopher Matthews, "lie was an
old settler, having lived here for the
past '55 years. He was a gardener
and had lived at his present location
for the 'past 35 years. Mr. 'Matthews
of. his tleath. Tn 1S5S he was mar
ried to Miss. Harriet Lancaster. Five
children were born to them, all of
whom survive. Mrs. Uachacl Hough
ton, J. E. and Christopher at homo,
llobert of Van Horn, and Thomas of
Arthur H. Mej'er, working at tfca
Keating & Hencke factory on Fourth,
near the corner of Main, was so un
fortunate yesterday afternoon as to
get one of his hands in contact, with
the business surface of . a rip saw.
The result was that Dr. Ewell was
called and took some stitches in Mr.
Meyer's thumb and forefinger, closing
up gashes cut by the saw. Xn ampu
tation will be necessary, but it will
be several weeks before the hand will
be in good .working order. Another
accident that, fortunately, was not
as bad us it easily might have' been
was that which befell Alfred Kohn,
of 1115 Hiowu street, at 11::10 yester
day morning, when he was crossing
Main street at Fourth and encounter
ed one of the Sit ice wagons, going
up Main. Mr. Kohn was on a bicycle
and he did not see 1 ho wagon, neither
did the drier of the wagon see the
bicycle and its rider until the collis
ion took place. The young man was
knocked off and the wagon passed
over both of his legs at thelhighs.
As it happened his wheel fell over
with him in such a way that it pro
tected him from serious injury and
he got off with little more than a. few
Look I'leaHHiit. I'leuse.
Photographer C. C. Harlan, of Eat
on, ()., can do so now, though for
years he couldn't, because he suffer
ed untold agony from the worst form
of indigestion. All physicians and
medicines failetl to help him till he
tried Electric Hitters, which worked
such wonders for him that he de
clares they are a godsend to sufferers
from dyspepsia .and stomach trouble
I'nrivaled for diseases of the stom
ach, liver aud kidneys, they build up
and give new life to the whole sys
tem. Try them. Only 50c. Guaran
teed by Hart 7. & UUemeyer, druggists.
Mother Yes, one package makes
two ii;irts of baby medicine. See di
rections. There is nothing just as
good for baliies and children as IJocky
Mountain Tea. :;." cents. T. H. Thom
Educate T our Bowels With Cascarets.
Candy Ca?rtlc, euro constipation forever.
IQ3.. - -. 0. fall. irufit:lstrf refund money
W . - . . . T4
We are trying
to post every
body about this
Will you lend a
hand? Try the
cigar, ami tell
your f riends,
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Mr. Bondy was offered by that concern a large contract if he
would consent to put up Tom Keehe's under their 10 cent labels.
This offer was not to interfere with the 5 cent sale of the same
cigar by Ruhstrat 6c Crulett in this territory. Needless to say the
order was promptly and flatly refused.
In doing what was never attempted before to get a fine Vtrelta filler for a 5-cent brand,
in raising it themselves from transplanted and multiplied Cuban , sprouts up to large
crops, in curing it naturally by three years ageing, the whole aim was to capture the five
cent market with an inducement never offered it before. The successful results have been
deserved, and will continue to be deserved. In every large city the Tom Keene 5-cent brand
is literally sweeping the market. The Vuelta stock is recognized everywhere. Anyone can
tell the difference, and nine smokers out of ten fully appreciate it.
UMSTRAT & CURL
DISTRIBUTERS T6 DEALERS, CHICAGO ILLINOIS.
Walter Hunfjuist left this morn
ing for lloston, where he "' will
take a course in music. On his way
there he will stop at Chicago, Ni
agara Falls and New York citv.
IJcv. A. E. Johnson and wife were in
this city Sunday on their way to
i'itchburg, Mass.. where IJev. Johnson
lias taken charge of a new congrega
tion. He has had charge for the past
several years of a church in Kansas.
Miss Myrtle (Iraham has returned
from a two weeks' visit in St. Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Atkinson have
departed to. spend a month at points
Miss Estclla Long, of 1004 Sixth
avenue, has returned from her va
cation, which was spent at Denver,
(Jreen Mountain Falls and Colorado
Sprinsrs. On her wav home she al
so visited in Nebraska.
The Y. M. C. A. is looking for a
new location, as the quarters at Five
Points must be given up very shortly.
Notice to that effect has, been given
to the officers of the union. With no
place available, it begins to look lis if
the association would be driven in
to the street, and unless something
turns up within a short time that
will he the state of affairs. Though
the officers. Secretary Hanks and oth
,ers have been after quarters for
seeral weeks, they have been unable
to train unv satisfaction and there is
nothing definite in iew at present.
Carl Larson. 1U14 Twelfth street.
employed in the machine department
of Uarnard A l.eas Manufacturing
company's, Iot two of his fingers tin
his right hand yesterday by being
caught in the knives of a former.
The thumb was amputated near the
hand and the index finger below-the
Fred Murray, who came back from
the army i:i the Philippines to take
charge of several thousand dollars
which he inherited by the death of
his parents in Stewart ville. left the
city Saturday for parts unknown,
after pretious unsuccessful attempts
to do so. The property, restaurant
on Fifteenth street. and a large
amount of land in the neighborhood
one inoiclent tfiat tells
of Twenty-seventh and Twenty-
eighth avenues, has passed into the
hands of P. H. Wtssel. It is said
that, there were two wills found.
that of the mother annuling terms
which the: father had made 'and
which withheld funds from the voting
man's full possession. With the
money he thought he possessed, the
young man built a big restaurant
building on Fifteenth street and
Twenty-seventh aveune. but it was
never opened. Dr. Wessel may open
t lie place lor business.
fllenn Hurgston. who returned wilh
the rest of the Naval Ueserves. is
wearing a bandage about his head,
the relic of a scrap on board the
Dorothea. The way it happened was
tins, ami it is a sorrowful conclu
sion to an attempt at reform: Some
time ago it "was imagined that the
Dorothea might furnish some good
training for boys from the reform
school, so a batch of them was ship
ped on the boat. The training did
little for them, however, and Satur
day morning five of them proved un
usually stubborn probably because it
was their last day upon the boat.
There were some harsh words and
suddenly one of the reform school
boys either tripped or was tripped
and fell to the deck. Arising, he
made for Mr. Hurgston, with blood in
his eye, imagining that Hurgston
was the guilty party. Picking up
an oak club as he ran he dealt the
Moline tar a furious blow on the
head, knocking him insensible. A
physician attended Mr. Hurgston.
who will be all right in a few days.
The assailant was sent to the ship's
brig for punishment.
O. C. Ologer, a former IJock Isl
ander who for six years has followed
his avocation, that f a jeweler, at
Montgomery, Ala., has returned from
the south, accompanied by his fam
ily. Mr. (iloger has arranged to em
bark in the, jewelry business in Mo
line. where he has leased a store
room in the Manufacturers' hotel
building, which is now being remodel
ed and enlarged.
Cladys Victoria, the (i-months-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. (iusaf Ol
son. 2-VJ0 Fourth avcn;:o. died Sunday
at S o'clock in the morning after an
illness of several weeks' duration.
The immediate cause of death was
bronchitis, although this was pro
duced by a severe case of whooping
cough. She was one of a pair of
A prominent wholesale house in
this section, who control a ten cent
brand of cigar, have been having it
made by a factory for about $60
per thousand. They probably wish
to improve its character and at the
same time save a lot of money.
Mr. Bondy, of Bondy 6c Lederer,
New York, whose plantations and
factory produce the; peerless Vuel
ta filled Tom Keerie cigar at 5 cents,
visited Omaha recently. While in
the west he was approached by
this concern controlling the ten
cent brand. :
twins.' The funeral was held this af
ternoon from the home at 2:::o
o'clock and interment at Hiverside.
Arthur J., 4-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. (itist Anderson, of Walker's sta
tion, died yesterday. He leaves be
sides his parents two sisters and two
Death has thrown a ernel shadow
across the joy of Mrs. James Hcw
son's visit in this city. Yesterday
morning at 2:10 o'clock at the home
of her father. L. F. Kerns, 1545 Sev
enth avenue, her little son died after
a short illness. He was less than two
years old and it was his first visit to
the home of his grandfather, where
for several weeks he had been the jo-
of the family. Mrs. Hewson was for
merly Miss Mary Kerns. Mr. Hew
son is at home in Newark. N. J.. and
could not come for the funeral of
his son, which was held yesterday
afternoon, the interment being madis
Victor, son of C. M. Liindberg. the
tailor, of 1C14 Fourth avenue, sustain
ed a break of his left arm above t he
elbow Sunday evening through an ac
cident. The young fellow was at
tempting to jump over a hammock
and caught his foot in tne meshes,
causing him to fall on his arm in
such a manner as to break it.
All the news all the time The
A rg us.
BEST FOft TSS
If yon hTnnt a rerulor, hraithy njnvcTaTnt of the
towcii ovory !' ,u'r" 111 or 1U be. Kn; your
towrrla ;teri, irnd he well. Force, in the shut of
violent physio or poison, is dangcrou. The
fmoo lit jt. cu4ic:t, inst rorfotft way of keeplm:
he bowels clear ftnU clean is to take
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
FWnant, PnlaTiiM, Potent, TnRto flood. To
Gxd, Nevrr Stokra, Weaken or fsrtfw; lo. Hit nii'X
50 cnt xfT x. Write fur free sample, uud Imm li
let on health. Address 4;tl
St em-ling Remedy Company, Chicago or New YorH.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEA i
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therefore 09 year of age at the time