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THE AJ1GTJ9, MOKJOAT, 9PTJ2:MJIt -29.. 1902.
I i Amusements. DlRUTION tnA1BlRUN,hlPTtOflPWV. - Tonight. The Society Kveut of the Season TO C?OW, Atfc s HA Vr BMOrLKtCVKVi UML WJ GeKOVfAf SMITH'S lOO People in the Cast lOO. The Greatest Comic Opera Success since "Pinafore." Prices -TiCc, :c, i, tUtf. Seats on sale at Illinois Smoker. DlRlCTION CtMnaERUN.KlNOTCOnMNV. Wednesday, Oct. I. Walker Whiteside Jn a magnificent Production of HAMLET Prices: 2Sc, 50c. 75c. 1, 11.50. Seats on sale Tuesday morning. wmmi DlRlCTION CMAMBERUN.KlNOT4LCOinPANV. " Thursday, Oct. 2. JAMES H. WALLICK'S Greatest Melodramatic Production QUEEN OF THE HIGHWAYS" W it'li Its Wealth of Beautiful Scenic Effects. Prices 2?. 35 and 50 cents. Seats on sale Wednesday at Illinois Srao ker. EXCURSIONS TO CALIFORNIA SEPTEMBER 20-30. OCTOBBER 1. $69.25. SETTLERS' RATES SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER TO CALIFORNIA COMMON" POINTS, SECOND CLASS 31.00 Granting stop-overs at certain points, Homeseekcrs Excursions SEPTEMBER 10, OCTOBER 7-21. For full information inquire of II. D. MACK, General Agent. 'Phone W. 12CS. 210 Eighth St. Do N'T Be Fooled! Take tbt genuine, original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Made only by Madison Med! dat Co.. Madison, Wi. It keeps yoa well. - Our trad mark cut on each package. Price, 35 cents. Never sold In bulk. Accept no aubsU unoiut tute. A lie your aruggux. SB M VS Am 3BTS For a Ticket to California h - where rather surprise you? Is there really any reason why you should' not spend a while in California, the land of sunshine; where the flowers bloohi; 'and the fruit ripens, and the trees and &ras3 ' are, 'green,' while elsewhere people are suffering from the' cold? Surely it's worth investigating it rwbn't cost anything 'to "do "that. If you will cut out iiio cuupuu in mis advertisement, fill it but and send it, to F. A. Hart, he will send you, without charge, a beautifully illustrated- 72 page book, telling you all about California in' a 'most interesting way, and besides," a f older which explains about bur 'Personally' Conducted Tourist Parties, and aso a circular telling all about the prices of tickets. The savirrg in doctors' bills likely will pay for a California trip. s At : 7 J How About Your Heart Feel your pulse a few minutes. Is it regular? Are you short of breath, after slight exertion as going up stairs, sweeping, walking, etc? Do you have pain in left breast, side "or between shoulder blades, chok ing sensations, fainting cr smothering spells, inability to lie on left side?. If you have any of these symptoms you certainly have a weak heart, and should immediately take y, Miies Heart Cure Mr. F. 1 1. Oaks of Jamestown, N. Y, whose fjenial face apx:ars above, says: Excessive use of tobacco seriously affected my heart. 1 suffered severe pains about the heart, and in the left shoulder and tide; while the palpitation would awaken me from my sleep. J began taking Dr. Miles' llesrt Cure and soon fouud permanent relief." So!d by ail Druggists. Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. Notice of Petition to City Council of the City of Rock Island for Right of Way . for an Electric Street Kali way. No' ice Is hereby triveri to all persons iDter- eted. that on the six b () day of ttt ber, ISKK. at a meeting or tte our vounou or ibi city of Kock Island, to be be:d iu tbn evenlnv of that day, at the sua! place of holding city ounci' tmjet'ntr. (If the meeiintr t-otbela t Uiat lime, then at the rjrsi Oieetiour of the eounoll tba e mverei after that d tie), the Tri-City Kallway company will pre- ent 10 said cl y coupcU its petition, praving said city uncil to pram to It. its f.uocei-orj ard a signs the riht to construct: op-rate and maintain, for a pertod of twenty years a sin Ki or doaMe ir.icit eic-trio street railway, wivta the necesstry tu oouts atd switcher, with the r Kbt to ert the necesa-y po'ev. wir.s and o.her appliances to proof rly quip and tperat- ttalJ railroad la and vpon the fol lowing stieets and avenuis In a d city: IteginniQif nd ownactlr-g with the street railway tra' k of sa d eompiny at Fifteenth a'reet. Fuurti avenue: tueoce sooth on Fif teenth street to lUeventn avenue; the-ce east on tail enue to Twentieth afreet; theDce south on Twentieth street to Elgn eeuth avenue: therce east on kihtetnth avenue to Twenty-second street. All perso a Interested ball attend said city council at i n erseniation or tnis petit on. KocK Island, Iiilnois 24th day of September, IU02. TRt- ITT KAILWAT luUPiST. By J. F. Lardaer, Secretary and General Manager Tjfic Horrible ci'foircs of" Bfceumatisni can be overcome and the dreaded disease expelled from' y out ssysterri by tlie uss ol For 6alc maa Guara'nt?d Only By HARPER HOUSE PHARMACY." Genuine stamped C C CK JTever sold In balk. Beware of the dealer who tries to sen T ' "something jost as good. OWSOT-' . cuhc . t tmuwiaa 'fTffi7" i 'til is" Ca5 Is il w'ertli whita to light through Ihe winter at home, wh'en'ycii can o easily go wh'efe' the perfect climate will kVcp you strong and vigorous? If you can possibly get away, and particularly If you are not in the best of health, why not plan to spend part, if not all, of . the 'coming winter . In California, away from the extreme cold and the miserable weather toe are likely to have? Does the idea seem extravagant? Well, there is no reason in the world why you should not rhake the trip if you have the time, because the bxpense of going is really very little, and the cost of living in California 13 exceedingly moderate. ' ' ' ' ', ' ' ' ' '.''' We are going to sell tickets to Calif ornia everyday during September and October from the Tri-Cities for $31. Later on'we wijl have Other cneap fatesl In our Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car3a berth which hold two" persons comfortably, costs only $6 frcm Galesburg to jCalif ornia. All the bedding, rof the very nicest sort, entirely free." . . . ' " " . , ' Wc can tell you about a lot of hotels and boarding-house3 in California vou can live nicely for from S7 to COUPON. FRANK A. HART, Passenger Agent, '" ' Ci B. & Q. Depot. Rock Island, lit. Please send me your book about California, your 'list of California hotels and boardfng-houses and information about tfte Burlington Route Personally Conducted Excursions to California. Name. Address DAVENPORT DOTS Miss Teresa I)vyer is Inline from a two weeks visit with tlie Miss Dij; naii, of DeWitt. - Miss Minnie Martin lias ffime to Louisville, Ky., fr' u long visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. llinrielis ret urn el home Saturday from a visit with Chieajro friends. Miss Celia Ross, of Washington, Iowa, is in the city n a visit with, her cousin, Mrs. Margaret Ross, of Esplanade avenue. The engagement of Miss Ella Tlogg to Samuel Hind has been "announced. The wedding will lie solemnized at Mr. Hind's home. K.02 West Fourth street, tomorrow. Davenport 32, Kewanee 0, is th story of Saturday's football gauie. A crowd that was estimated at MM WM" nessed the game. The attendance was not what the boys expected, but considering the threatening weather the attendance was all that could be expected. Lit tig & Petersen will be the style of a new lirm of attorneys whici. promises to take a leading position among the barristers of the Scott county bar. It is composed of Victor L. Littig and Walter H. Petersen inl the partnership is formed for the general practice of law. With oflici in suite 29, McManus building. o Justice J. S. Attman officiated nt the wedding of Mrs. Emily (iude kuntz to Albert Deidrich, which oc curred Saturday evening at S o'clock, l'oth of the contracting parties livV in Davenport and the bride will be remembered as the mother of the boy who deserted from the United States army and was captured in this city a short time ago. Mrs. Emily Rennctt was arrested and brought before Justice J. C. Ha!l Saturday afternoon on the charge of assault and battery preferred by Mrs. Emma dross. She was fined $5 and costs and spent Snndaj' as a guest at the Hotel tie McArthur in lieu of li quidation. Roth women are residents of Turtle Row and were the princi pals in a pretty hair pulling match. Following are tlie nominations made by the Scott county democratic convention Saturday afternoon: County ticket. Clerk, . William (I. Xoth; auditor, Edward Rerger; re corder, A. W. Carroll; supervisor. Ixonard Litschcr, Itntler township. Township ticket Assessor, C. A. Pe tersen; justice of the eaee, Louis Koddewig; constable, J. M. Heeney; constable, Ryron S. Hall; trustee. C.. D. Martin; clerk, Henry Ilennings. The resolutions adopted are: "The democrats of Scott county in conven tion assembled cordially indorse the state and congressional platforms of our party. We heartily indorse the condidacv of Judge Wade for, con gress and congratulate the people of the Second Iowa district that in him they have a 'powerful advocate of all our just rights and one who in con gress will creditably represent them and their district. We condemn the extravagance and incompetent man agement of the affairs of Scott coun ty by the present, republican admin istration and demand an explanatioi of the reasons for increasing the tax levy this year notwithstanding the collection of $90,000 extra back taxes We indorse the principle of a non continued application in this judicial district so long as the attorneys of the different counties recommend candidates on the ground of the best available ability and without regard to partisan or other influences, arid we instruct the delegates from Scott county to the called democratic ju ..iT-:3,-fc P $15 Der week. Don't those" fie-ures CUT this bur. fifii dicial convehtion to indorse the rec ommendatlons of tlVe bar of the 'riis- '!'- ' to maxe no party iimnina- iions." A feature of the convention was an address by judge Wade, can didate for congress. o At his home in (leneseo Friday ni"ht at, 11 o'clock occurred the ileafh of CarL Kirchener, an" old resident of that city, which was his home for the past 4G years. Mr. Kirchener had reached the age of 72 years, s months and 2'J days. "He was born in (i'er many. He leave's to"inourn his loss his wife. Margaret, three daughters. Mrs. Hilliam Oberle, Mrs. Frank Itjnk and Mrs. Lena Freund. and two sons, Henry and Ceorge Kirchener. The funeral services were held in (leneseo this morning and the remains were brought to this city for inter merit, arriving nt 12: 3d.' noon.' on the C. II. I. & P. railway. The interment was in Holy Ffimilv cemeterv. STATE P0ST0FFICE CLERKS TO MEET NEXT WEEK P.loomingtun is preparing to enter ain the I'ostoffice Clerks' association f Illinois next Sunday, Oct. 25, when he second annual convention of the organization will be held there. Al hough one of the vonnges"t- labor or ganizations it s one of the most suc cessful, and the membership includes all of the clerks in the first and sec ond class office's of the state. The as sociation was organized in Jolfet year aero. The, business meetings will' be held n Trades Assembly hall. There will be carriage rides to points of inter- st and at night a banquet. The object of the association is to cooperate with the national 'associa tion in the fight for a reclassification if the salary schedule and the enact ment of ait eiglit "hour clay law for their branch of tlie service. Elmer E. Ott. of Sprnisrfield. is 'president of the association.-" D. F. Krell. of Hock Island. Is secretary, and A. P. Ken of Elgin, treasurer. COUNTY TEMPLK Transfer. L Sept. 27. Theresia ' Fries and Anna Fries' Connor to 'Kepublic Oil 'Co.', tract by itietes and bonds, swJJ, ne'.;. .1, 17. 2w, $1,000. Itichartl Flint to Dora Hoesli, lot 10 block 1. Daebelliehn's add., Mo- line, $100. Arthur 15. Chapman to Tavlor Tib ials lot S, Chapman's subdiv., outlot 4, Candees (irove. South Moline. $500 Charles A. Pojie to Lewis A. Taylor, lot 10. block 170, East Moline, $330 George L. Atkinson bv heirs to Mice Wold, e '20 feet of s' lot block 0. West Moline add., Moline. $1. Clarence Ward to Andrew O'Hrien part lot 6. block, C, J. C. Franklin':; add., liarstow, $203. Laura I?. Woodruff to Henry Dose. lot 1, block E, M. E. (Jolden's Second add., liarstow; -230. A FATAL. MISTAKE la Often Made by the Wlaeat of Rock Island People. It's a fatal mistake to neglect back ache. ISackache is the first symptom of kidney ills. Serious eorhplieations follow. Doan's Kidney Pills cure them promptly. Don't delay until too late. Until it becomes diabetes P.right's disease. Itead what a llock Island citizen says. Patrick Kooriey, bricklayer, says: "Taken with a soreness across my loins and other y nip t orris of kidnev complaint, I went to a physician, whi treated me "at intervals" for three years. Ueceivirig little, if any," bene fit, 1 resorted to advertised sure- cures, but the trouble resisted all my efforts, the intense pain in the small of , my back and limited ctmtrol over the kidney secretions being always in evidence. Learning of Doan's Kndney Pills, I procured a box at the Harper house drug store. If that one box had not helped me I never would hav followed up the treatment and botic-ht five more. I have leen ex posed to all kinds of weatlie?, but tip to date there has not been a symp tom of a recurrence. . Price, 50 cents. Foster-Milbnrn Co Buffalo, X. V., sole agents for the United States. . Uemember the' name Doan's and take no substitute. Take Care of the Stomach. The man or woman Whose digestion is perfect and whose stomach per forms Its every function is taever sick Kodol cleanses, purifies and sweetens the stomach arid cures positively arid permanently all stomach troubles', indigestion arid dyspepsia. It is the wonderful reconstructive tonic that is making so many sick people well and weak people strong'by conveying to their bodies an oi tne nourishment in the food they eat. Rev. J. II. Uof laday, of llolladayi' !Miss writes: lo dol has 'cured me. I consider it the best remedy I ever used for dyspep sia and stomach troubles. I was giv en up by physicians. Kodol saved my life. Take it after meals. All drug gists. -' Feet HwoIIea to Iaamenae KIse. "I had kidney trouble so bad," says J. J. Cox, of Valley View. Ky., ."that I could not work; my feet were swol len to immense size and I was confin ed to my "bed' Ahd 'physicians were Un able to give ine any 'relief." My doctor finally "prescribed Foley's Kidney Cure which' made a wellman of ine." Sold by'all druggists.' ' tTMd for PammonUk Dr. J. C. Bishop, of Aguew, Mich., says: . "I have used Foley's Honey and Tr in three very severe cases of pneumonia with good results in every casJ! Refuse substitutes. Sold by all druggists. pMpLINE MENTION Mrs. J. Mallam and baby, of Kansas City, are the guests of her sister, Mr. (Jeorge Adariis. S. . Odell hns returned from nil ev- tendetl business trip through Wash ington. Miss Alnieda Anderson, of 1107 Eleventh aveiiue, departed Saturday for Clarks, Xeb where she will isit relatives and friends. A.'V. Esterdahl has returned froin Dulinque. Claude Venamon, formerly of this city, now of Mnnistee. Mich., has ar rived in this city, le will visit per" for several days. Xelson Chester has. returned from ChestervSlW Texas. Mrs. C. W. Sandstroin has gone to Fairfax, Mo. She will also visit in Kansas City. Mrs. Moses Strauss, of Louisville, accompanied by her little son and nurse, arrived in the city Friday noori and will visit at the home of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Hirsch. Mrs. F. A. Landee left Saturday for Oalesburg, " where they spent Sun,-daj- visiting friends and relatives! Ernest Dahlberg departed Satur day afternoon for Chicago, where he spent Sunday with friends. o Miss Elizabeth Ilarnard departed Friday to resume her studies at Yas- Mrs. C. E. White is enjoying a visit froin her mother, Mrs. .1. It. lilack. of Monmouth. Rev. W. F. Storey, the new pastor of the Umted Presbvterian church has arrived from Aledo and preached his first sermons to his new charge yesterday morning and evening. Hi family will arrive in a week to riiake their home here. ' A reception will be tendered the new pastor and his famjly next week t ritlay evening. o It is expected that Senator Shelby M. Cullom will be in this city about the 14th of next month. The citv committee has charge of the meet ing and will make it the big one of this campaign o 1J. Widderington, employed in. the stock department of the Moline Plow company, sliped Saturday and fell on a steel disc, which inflicted a gash on his forearm eight inches long. Dr. Arp was called, who found it neces sary to take several stitches. ' Albert Hemmingson, who was in jured Saturday - in the runaway, is very sick. Dr. A. II. Arp found that both the bones of his leg were bro ken and protruded through t.h? flesh, making a very bad wound which will take weeks to heal up. o An old man, 83 years old, named Leijon. living on Eighteen! h-ari"d-'oiie-half avenue and Xirieteenth street, went Into' the Woods one' day " this week arid was lost. At evening he started home and reached Carbon Cliff after' dark. There he found "a shelter in one of tlie brick kilns arid spent the night." In the morning residents of that village "sent him home. The various ward committees of the Molirie Improvement league met at the "home, of the " president." Mrs. George II. Huntoon, to report the re sults of the work of the league throughout the city, ami to award the, prizes in the contest inaugurated by the. league earTy'in the season. The", reports of these committees show that great interest has been taken in the object of this organiza tion, and that much good has been accomplished in the way of iriYproving the appearance of the city, not the least of which has been in the better condition of the streets and alleys in the residence district of the town. Those who have had the project in charge feel that they have been well repaid for their efforts. A splendid start has been made in the right di rection" and much larger and more permanent results are looked for an other year. Rev. James Iliggins and wife re turned from the Oskaloosa confer ence to resume his pastoral duties at St. Tanl's A. M. E, church, having been assigned there for another year. The next conference meets at Des Moines when delegates to the general conference" will be elected. Rev. James Clemens, formerly located here, was reassigned to the Oskaloosa church. It is understood that Rev. Sandy McDowell, Pastor Iliggins' predecessor here, will be located at Decatur this year, having been trans ferred to the Illinois conference. - Sciatic Rheumatism Cored. ,. L. . Wagner, wholesale druggist, Richmond, Va., says: "I had a fear ful attack of sciatic rheumatism, was laid up almost two montns; was for tunate enough to get Mystic Cure for Rheumatism, this cured me after doctor's prescriptions had failed to have any effects, have also heard of fine resnlta from others who have used it .! Sold, by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second avenue, Rock - Island, Gust Schlegel & Sofa, 20 West Second street, Davenport. ' ' ' v ' Subscribe for The Argus. ft COLFAX MINERAL WATER is acknowledged to be the liest for air bladder and kiduey diseasesr stomach trouble and rheumatlhO THE GRAND HOTEL offers the liest accommodations, and the original sprinjs is located with in the grounds. For rates and other information WILLIAM FEEY, Grand Hotel. Colfax. Iowa. Attention Comrades! TIIK - BIG FOUR ROUTE Announces a rate of ONE CENT PER MILE From all points of its system, to WASHINGTON Account 36th fl A Tt Kncamp Annual menu Tickets will lie on sale Oct. 3rd to Cth, 1902, inclusive. !ood to return leaving Washington not later than riiidnight of Oct. 14, 1902, with pro viso that upon deposit of the ticket with joint agent prior to noon oi (Jet. 15,;liK)2, and payment of a fee of 0 cents per ticket at time of deposit, an extension of return limit may be se cured to leave Washington to and in-1 eluding Nov. 3, 1902. For full information regarding tick ets, rates and time of trains, call on agents "Dig Four Route, " or address the Unersigned. ALLEN M. NYE, T. P. A. Peoria, 111. GincKo RELIEF TONIC POSITIVELY CURES CRAMPS, COLIC, CHILLS, DIAKRIIOEA, DYSENTERY. AC.UE, COUGHS and COLDS. For sale at all Druggists. Price 25 Cents. -l"i"l"H"I"IH"H"I"I"l"l"I"H"I"l"I" actkla QaStj. f n to IOC. by Qpn UaCM. SINGLE STRA15OT2 STRAIGHT CIOAK AdnalnlctTator'a Notice. Estate of Jo bo HInderer. deceased. Tho undersigned having Deen appointed ad ministrator of the estate ot John Hindrrer, late of the county of Rock Island, atateoi Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that is will appear be fore-the county court of Rock Island couaiy, at the county court room. Ir the city of fiook Island, at the November term, on to tjrt Monday In November next, at whJct time all persona having claims against sato estate are notified ar.O requested to attend for the purpose of hat ing the same adjusted. . . all persons trdebtei to said estate are re quested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned. Dated thl 19th day of September A. D. 19CS. GtOKGaJ KlNDSBktt. Administrator rafrV lS rS" TOBACCO SPIT PJVJIM I and SMOKE . YourLifeawayt Ton can be cured of any" form of tobacco nsiae 'y. ' be made well, strong, maenetic. full of new life and Tigor by taking MQ-TO-tMO, Inat makes weak men strong. Mnny gain tan pounds in ten da vs. Over 300,000 cnrea.i AJItlruggiatiw Cnre guaranxml. Book J? "d advice FREB. - Address STERI.IN3 MaSDY CO, Chicasro or New York, 437 Weyerhaxiser Specialty in hard wootl finishing and veneer flooring. Jobbing will be done promptly. Work guaranteed satisfactory. ..Shop Thirty-eeeond street svna roimram awbiiv. - ' iTa AST kL7 President. U a Mcboi. CENTRAL TRUST Rock Island, 111. 'ircoTorited Uader State Law. Capital Stock. SIOO.OOO. Three-and-a-half Per Cent Interest Paid on poposlta. Trust Department Istites and property of all Mnda are managed by thJ department which Is kept entirely separate from the banking business of the company. vY act as executor of and trustee under WLUa, Aomlnisrator, yuardlan andT'coriservatdr of estates. ' ' . , ''"Eeceiver and assignee of Inaolven estates. Ctenefil fCQAncIal iffent for non-reaidenta women. Invalid "and other. ' ' Professional Cards. ATTOttNKYS. M'CASKRIN & M'CASKRIN, Attorneys at Law. Rock Island and Milan. Rock Is land office in Bengston Block. Milan office on Main street. II. C. Connelly. 1J. D. Connelly. C0XNELLY & CQXNELLY Attorneys at Law. Money loaned. Office 1719'2 Second avenue. JACKSON, HUKST & STAFFORD, Attornei's at Law. OtTice in Rock Island National Bank Building. W. L. Ludolph. liobert R. Reynolds. LUDtJLPlI & REYNOLDS, Attorneys at Law. Money to loan. General legal busi ness. Notary public. 1705 Second avenue, Buford block. ED. Sweeney. C. L. Walker. SWEENEY & WALKER, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. Office In Bengston block. C. J. Searle. C. B. Marshall. SEARLE & MARSHALL, Lawyers. . Money to loan on good real estate security. Mitchell & Lynde block, Rock Island, Illinois. M'EXIUY & M ENIIiY, Attornej-s at Law. Loan money on good security, make collections. References, Mitch ell & Lynde, bankers. Office, Mitchell & Lynde building. JAMES F. MURPHY, Attorney at Law. " Office room, 12, Mitchell & Lynde Lynde building. WILLIAM M. WALKER, Lawyer. Money to loan. General legal busi ness. Notary public. Real estate, insurance. 1714 Second avenue. PHYSICIANS. DR. CORA EMERY REED, Homoeopathic Thysician. Special attention to diseases of women and children", also diseases of eve. ear. nose and throat. " Office hours 9:30 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m. 321 Sixteenth street. Rock Island. N. M. MOORE, M. D. Star Block. Hours 10:00 to 11:00 a. m., 2:00 to 4:00 and after 7:00 p. m. DOCTOR OSTROM, Occulist and Aurist. Entire attention given to eye, ear, nose and throat. Hours, 0 to 12 a. m., 1 to 5 p. ni.; Sunday, 9 to 11. Phone 50o4.- Xew Illinois theatre, corner Sixteenth street and Second avenue. DENTISTS. J. T. TAYLOR, Dentist. Office hours 8:30 to 12 m., 1:30 to 5:00 p. m. 219Vi Eighteenth street. Opposite Union office. Telephone 333 green. ARCHITECTS. LEONARD DUACK, Architect and Superintendent. Skinner block, second floor. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m., 4 to 3:30 p. m. FLORISTS. HENRY GAETJE, Prop. Cbippiannock Nursery. Cut Fowers and Designs of all kinds. City store, 1807 Second avenue. Telephone 610. CSL Bergstrom. Vlce Presldent. " H B. Swmoh, Cashier. aiid SAVINGS BAHK it A