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THE AH&TJS, FRIDAY, .AUGUST T 1903.
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Iii-eiiJl siraaii Ism
Ig Not a SKixi Disease
Most people hare an idea thaV rheumatism ia contracted like a cold, that the
Camp, chilly air penetrates the muscles and joints and causes the terrible aches
and pains, or thai it is something like a skin disease to be rubbed away with Jini
SnenL?rdrawn ut i-3 plasters; but Rhuematism originates in the blood and is
caused by Urea, or Uric Acid, an irritating, corroding poison that settles in mus
i s, joints and nerves, producing inflammation and soreness and the sharp, cutting
paioa peculiar to this distressing disease. ..-
l ' Exposure to bad weather or audden - Bowlin Qreen, Ky.
'Chillintrof the bodv will hastpn n at. About a Srar ago I was attacked by aout
Zbnrvl,7ZJ? 7 v?vi j j rheumatism in my snouldeis. arms and
taCIC OI KJieUmatlSm after the blood and 1.. Kolsior hm Vnaa T nnuM not .Hi.. m.
em are in the right condition for it arm to comb my hair. Dootora prescribed
rSffr6 thing to with zgssHnssRs. sswa
1 e causes of Rheumatism, and decided to try it. Immediately I oom-
which are internal andtoot external. menoed its use I felt better, and remarked
Liniments, plasters and rubbine tomotherthatlwaajtladlhadatlastfottnd
Mill inm.tin,.. u i some relief. I continued it use and am
Will sometimes reduce the inflamma-' entirely well. I will always feel deeply
tlon and swelling and ease the pain for interested in the auooess of S. B. 8. since
a time, but fail to relieve permanently it did mo 80 muob- Soi.
because they do not reach the seat of 31 x "thSt. KES. ALICE HOBT02T.
the trouble. S. S. S. cures Rheumrtism because it attacks it in the blood, and
i the Uric Acid ooison is neutralized, the slueeisn cir
culation stimulated and quickened, and soon the ays
tern is purified and cleansed, the aching muscles and
joints are relieved of all irritating matter and a lasting
cure of this most painful disease effected. . '
" : r . " ?. ; S. S. S. is a harmless vegetable remedy, unequalled
as a blood purifier and an invigorating, pleasant tonic Book on Rheumatism will
be mailed free. 77r SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., A TLANTA, CAm
WE DON'T NEED THE MONEY.
Ferhaps you do. We've got it to loan on everything. Also some greut bar
gains in unredeemed goods. Special bargain in D'a diamond ring. SiegcTs
Loan office, 320 Tutolieth street. Thone 633 brown.
THI TBATELBR8' OUIDB.
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can be purchased at City
nciot omoe, ibis seoona ve
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firs street Peoria branch depot, foot of
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BOCK ISLAND AND PSOBIA DIVISION.
Trains leave Twentieth street station. Main
ne trains start from main depot on Fifth
avenue a minutes In advance of time given.
Peoria. Springfield, bt. L.,
Peoria, SprinrfieU, Indian
apolis. Cincinnati. Bioom
lnfton. 8v Louis
Peoria, Indianapolis, Cin
cinnati, Blooming ton....
Cable & Sherrard Aceom.
Gable & Sherrard aoooq.
5:45 am 1 11.35 am
U 0 pmj J7:(5 pm
Ar-nial. tDeparture tDally. except Sun
day. Phone West 1063. West 1128, West H23.
Chicago Dental Company
Si ..' H1LI i IS
HICAGO, BCRUNQTON A
Qulncv Depot Seoond
avenue and Twentieth street.
M. J. YOUNG, Afent.
FRANK A. HART.
Bt. LouSi Sprtngtield
1 Oalesburg, Feprla and
Sterling, . Me&dota and
Bt. Lotus. Kansas City,
Denver and Pacific
Sterling and points In
termediate Dntwque, Clinton, La
Crosse, St. Paul, Minn,
and N. W
Clinton, Dubuque, and
Clinton and Intermediate
t7 30 am
7 .00 am
a. Stop at Rook Island 25 minutes for meals,
Dally. tDally except Sunday.
CHIC. GO, MILWAUKEE
A St. Paul Railway. IX,
R. X. & N. W. passenger sta
tion at foot of Seventeenth
street. Oeore W. Wuod,
agent. The trains ror xra
bnque and points north run
la Illinois side of river.
Tialns for Freeport and Milwaukee will run
via Davenport. Clinton ana savanna.
All trains will oonneet at Savanna for poiMt
aat and west.
TBAI8IS. LBAVB. ABBIVB.
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas-
senger 11:50 am
Dubnque and St. Paul Pas
senger 3:30 pml
Milwaukee Express 70 am 8:47 pm
Freeport f-xpresa 3:45 pm 11:40 atr
All trains daily except nnndav
. Passengers for points beyond Savanna will
make connections leaving at 7 a m. and ar
riving at 8:47 p. m via Iowa side of the river.
ACME PACKET CO. Dally line to Clinton
and all points between.
Steamer CITY OF WINONA
Every afternoon at 8:15.
"F. R. HOPKINS. Agent.
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET CO. White
Collar Line Steamers. Summer Sched
ule: Steamer Helen Blair For Muscatlne.'Bur
llngton and all intermediate points Mon
day. Wednesday and Friday a. 4 p. m. and
Sunday at 4:30 p. m. for Muscatine.
F. R. HOPKINS, Agent. ;
Both phones. Office toot Nineteenth street
For Clinton. Dubuque, La Croe, St.
Paul and points between, steamer
QUINCY Aug, 12 at 10 a. m.
For Muscatine, llurlington, Quincy.
St. Loui and jwintn between, teamer
13L'HU(HrK. Aiff. 11, at 0 a. in.
GEORGE LAMONT, Agt.
" OfBee: 115 Seventeenth street. Tel
tphonea: Old 1105, new 6105.--
If you are in need ol dental worl
call on us before going elsewhere a
we can save you money. We ust
.nothing but the best of material and
our work is guaranteed to "bo first
class in every respect. If you are ir
need of a set of teeth call and oui
thin elastic plate. We guarantee it
to tit in all cases and when all othert
have failed. We never ask you ruort
than our prices below.
Cement fillings 25i
Bone filling 25l
Platinnm filling BOi
Silver fillings sOl
Gold fillings, $1 and up $ 1,0L
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 4,0V
Set of teeth, $5 and up SO0
115 set of teeth for 10.00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
Over Speldel Drug Store.
I have been troubled a jrreat deal
with a torpid liver, which produces constipa
tion. I found CASCAKETS to bo nil you claim
for them, and secured such relief the first trial
that I purchased unothr r supply and wbs cum
pletely cured. I shall b only too trhui to re
commend C'a.scarets whenever the opiwrtunlty
Is presented." J. A. Smith.
US0 Susguthannu Ave., I'hiludclpb'.a, Ta.
YfZy BEST FOR
I TIIE BOWELS V
Plestont. Palatalili-. PoWrnt. Tta OonA. Tit
Good, Never Sicn. Wouku or f-n;"'. iPr. Kc
Strlliit aw4? eninfMar, I'fali-avn, Piwtrr al. Yftrt. 3?
liU' i U" UfiU giata tot lilt Xot-co UabiU
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FIRST AND THIRD TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH
Direct eon ncctfms at Osclnnatl from all polots
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. P. BROWN. N. E. P. A. . Detroit, Mich.
W. W. DONNA VANT, T&JL.. Warren. O .
CHA8. ZELL.D. P.A. . ....Cincinnati.
W. C. &INEA&SON. a. P. A. .. Cincinnati.
The city council has been
to take the smoke uuisance in
presented. The petition is short
1 in K follOWb
the mulersi-ned petitioners, hcltb.A
thnt- vonr honorable body do pass
.uv.-nt tliL da nt a ire
an tirtuiiain.v v.i". -
done to both health and property hy
ftoof and smoke emitted from the
chimneys, in the. business portion of
i 'Pi netilion was siirueu by
Dr. 11. Matthey who Tvas oim
i i: in the movement.
had a list of names attached
filled several pages. Aid. l'hillips
itiiwiti ii nil statCil
i 4.. iw thsit n etui eu
I 11C IIllit-a
atention of the city ctmncil and as
.k... : i. The alderman "
supported by every other member as
it seemed t ue ine opim"" "l
the time had come when the matter
. . - i 1
should be taken in nanu.
s:..v.r:ii weeks uirti as I'apt. 11.
ir..'iiinirn w:is recharging his electric
automobile, on Main street it got
away from him and took t1 run sever
al hundaed feet down the street i
itself. In front of the First Nation
l.niliMiMr it collided with a hu
and buggy belonging to one of the
riir-sentatives of the wime ituRsrj
.....,.,,,,. ..f i;i-k Island. The. auto
was moving at such a slow rate
siweil nt the time the collision result
ed in no damage of any consequence
to either vehicle, but at the same turn
.rrU!,th- frio-btened the horse attache
to the butrirv. Since the accident the
.iwner of the horse claims that th
nnimal hasi been so unstrung that
innuiKi 1 tl 1 k drive it upon the
street where an automobile is in
erathm and that on this account tht
horse is useless for city urivmg. H
ha now presented to Capt. Ilepburi
a bill for $1.1. damages.
Isaac Maohinin and Mis Johanni
Sehultze. both of lavenport. wert
married Wednestlav forenoon by .In
lice K odd wig. Hoth people are wt
County Clerk Nvth has received i
letter from 11. A. Oelriehs. of lbitte
Xeb., iniiiring if any chi'.dren by tin
name of Simons had been gien
homes in the coiintv, an 1 if so the
names of the penple who adojited
them. The letter stated that they were
taken charge of in l'.MfO if i t all.From
the drift of the letter it would appear
that -Mr. Oelrichs was very anxious t
find them though he did not state hi;
.lustice Koddewig ofticiated Wednes
.lay afternoon at the wedding of the
voungest couple that he Iris In-en ht-
tnitted to wed. The young people win
ught the wedding altar at such an
i-arly age were Joseph llaMei-son ami
Lillian White. The groom came from
Home, Kans., and the bride from
Oketo. Kans., and the yroom stated
that he was just past 1 while tin
bride was onlv 17. Neither of them
looked their age, however, and as they
-tiHii) before the. squire and answered
the iuestions that made them man
:ind wife one eould hardlv . think it
was in earnest. The couple were s
young, indeed, that the county clerk
was reluctant in granting a marriage
license, and not until the groom had
produced the written consent of both
f the parents for both bride and
groom, would he issue the license.
,1 1 di ii Schick has sold to .John C
Schricker, the large vacant tract on
Mast Kiver street, formerly owned by
the Cable Lumber company, having
frontage of 4.10 feet on Fast Kiver
street, with a depth of tMO feet at tin
ast end of the property. Mr.
Schricker intends to put up a tine
ipartment house on the property.
l'he property was bought by John
Sehiek onlv three weeks ago.
Take th genuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madiaon Midi
cine Co.. Madison, Wis. Ii
keepe you well. Our trad
mark cut on each package.
Hrlce, is cent. Naver aol
In bulk. Accept no yubutt-
tota. Ask veur oruggiea.
WILLOW BARK"" nk-
TREATMENT phlne & Tobacco
Habits. Purely vegetable treatment;
has cured thousands; has Injured none.
Incorporated under the laws ol 1111
lois. Established over twelve years.
- WILLOW BARK CO.,
Trite tm IKnitoi. PMrtTiRS. ISJL,
Mrs. .lames' 1-Yeney, 31 Kiist Sev
.nth street, pansed nway yesterday
ifter a short illness and bv her death
leaves a lwreaved family and hun
Ire:ls or sorrt)wing fnenils. hhe is
uirvived bv her husband and six chil
dren, asi follows: Margaret, Anna,
lames and William at home; Mrs
Theodore C. Koch, of Kullerton, JS'eb.
anl Mrs. M. V. Kelly, of Des Moines
la. The funeral will occur from the
family residence with services at 9
o'clock Saturday morning at the Sa
ered Heart cathedral.
Conirressman William Lorimer, of
Chicago, was a Davenport visitor yes
tenia v, coming tlown to talk over
some business details with l T
Walsh, who is associated yvith
him in the Lorimer, (iallagher fc
Walsh Construction company. Mr
Lorimer arrived in the morning and
departed on the afternoon train, but
found time to enquire after Driven
port acquaintances and to transact
the business that brought him here.
That DaveiiMrt may soon have an
ice harbor seems to be a probable
thing. Col. Lusk's engineers have
done their final surveying at the site
selected for this improvement, and in
a short time the dn-dgcrs, possibly
pile drivers, and other large imple
ments yvith which the river engineers
work their will, will be there at work,
and the lower part of Kockingham
slough, an idle and purposeless water
way todiy, will be turned to a prae
Word has been received from Chi
cago of the death there, nt 3 a. in.
Tuesday morning, of Mrs. Fermetia
. Harvey, an old-time resident of
Davenport. Mrs. Harvey's death oc
curred at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Florence Frinley, in Chicago.
Her mother, Mrs. Dolly Mclntvre, and
sister, Mrs. K. A. Fell, live 'at VW
Tremont avenue, this city, and she is
a sister of James Mclut.re, now of
Deliver, Albert, of Cedar Kapids. and
Frank, of Oakland, Calif. Two of her
children are Mrs. (irace Spain- and
Kalph Harvey, Imth of Kiehniond Hi!!.
X. Y. The deceased was a native of
this county and will be v ell remem
bered by older residents. The
remains were brought to Davenport
and the funeral took place at 10
o'clock er-terda.v lnorniiiir. from lt.u:5
Tremont nienm-. with interment at
At 12 o'clock last night the last two
saloons. 'to hold out agaiut ciosim--their
door- at midnight g ive u p t hei r
attempt to set themselves against
the public and ngnin.s-t t!ie siiKmui-keepi-rs
of Davenport and closed t heir
doors. The closing of th-e saloons
was the concliuling step in one of the
principal movements of the reform
crnsiiiie. and Davenport, with all it
MiJ io::.- and i.'ance halls closed from
midnight till flax light. i :i far dilTer
'iit town from Davenport with sa
loons" and low dances running full
blast all night long.
trial in .lustice
who has been
the hist two. da-s n the charge of
robbing .loe Stefano of sv..". was bound
over to the grand jury yesterday a f
teriK oii in the sum of $.Vu. 'l'he ciise
has been a hard fought one and tin
court rin.ni has been crowded during
the trial. .lanes came up on the wit
ness stand yesterday morning and de
nied everything, claiming that all he
knew of the matter was that Siefano
had offered the money to him several
times while they were drinking to
gether in the saloon Monday night
anil that he had refused it on each
occasion. He said that he didn't touch
either the prcketbook or ihe money.
Several other witneses for the de
fense were on the stand yesterday
morning, including the bartender in
the saloin. and one or two of the
girls who were drinking with the men
in the place. They testified that they
did not see .lanes take the monev or
the ocketbook. The evidence against
lanes was too strong, however, and
at 4::Ji he was bound over by Justice
The startling announcement that a
preventive of suicide had been dis
covered will interest many. A run
down system or despondency invaria
bly precede suicide and- something
lias been found that will prevent that
condition which makes suicide likrlv.
At the lirst thought of self-destruction
take Klectrie Hitters. It being a
great tonic and nervine will strength
en the nerves and build up the sys
tem. It's also a great st unach. liver
and kidney regulator. Only ."(1 cents.
Satisfaction guaranteed by Hartz &
Potent Pill Plrnsnre.
The pills that are potent in their
action and pleasant in effect are De
Witt's Jattle Karlv Kisers. W. S. lMiil-
pot, of Albany, tia., says: "During a
billions attack 1 took one. Small as it
wa: it did me more good than caio-
nifl, blue-mass or any other pills lever
took, and at the same time it affected
me pleasantly. Little Early Kisers
are certainly an ideal pill."
Sold by Harper House pharmacy:
A. J, Keiss drug store, corner Seventh
avenue and Twenty-seventh street.
Sciatic Kheumatlsm Cured
Ii. Wagner, yvholesale druggist.
Kiehmond, Va., says: "I had a fear
ful attack of sciatic rheumatism, was
laid up almost two months; was for
tunute enough to get Mystic Cure for
Kheumatism. This cured me after
doctor's prescriptions had failed to
have any effect. I have also heard
of fine results from others who have
used it." Sold by Otto Orotjan, 1301
Second avenue, Ilock Island, Gust
Schlegel & Son, 20 West Second
Foley's Kidney Cure will cure all
diseases arising from disordered kid
neys or bla-dder. All druggists.
Yesterday morning the little child
of Mr. and Mrs. Varde Yionue, liv
ing on Twenty-third avenue in South
Moiine. died with cholera infantum,
from which it suffered for nearly two
weeks without the care of a physici
an. A. V. Ksterdahl was called to
prepare the body for interment but
as no phy.-icianV certificate could be
shown he refucd to tak.- -charge of
the corpse until Coroner t'.ckhart held
an inquest over the body, which was
held in the afternoon at the home.
The verdict gave the cau.-e as cholera
infantum. The jury consisted of John
A. (ioodmnncu. John (i. Stark, tiust
A. Andersen, (diaries J. King, A. Y.
I'.-tordahi and L. Matthews.
Moline'.s team of comedy artists,
Olc and Han, or Charles ( da-pd! and
Herman .Nliedke, arc couriering sev
eral proposals to go on the vaudeville
stage. Their specialty of the Swede
and (icriiKtn dialect 1imt which they
ongmateu for some amateur per
formances in this city bids fair 1 be
Tomorrow the men employed by the
I). M. Sechler Carriage company, will
cnj.v an outing -i.mc v here in l!
vicinitv. It will be a stag parly and
onlv the men employed by the tirm
willge. Commit tees have been named
10 arrange lor mc event, w nu-n il suc
cessful will b- an annual affair.
Mrs. 1,. C. r.rvant has returned from
l'uston. and her many friends here
will be pleased lo learn that her
health ha greatly improved since
leaving Moiine in fact she has com-
pitlelv recovered iroin I lie illness
with which she was suffering at tht
time of her departure.
Mis. Minnie l'enson. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. 1'anl Hcnson. lV.'o Six
teenth avenue, was married July
to Theodore Kmil Somrie. of (ireens
burg. Fa. The wedding. took place at
the home of the groom. Kev. A. F.
Aiiscen. uncle of the bride, tied the
nuptial knot. Mr. and Mrs. Somrie
have gone to housekeeping in (Irecns
burg. where they will make their
Yesterday the resignation of Assis
tant Secretary H. M. Kossiter of ihe
1). M. Sechfer Carriage company took
effect and he loft on the noon train
for Troy, Ohio, where he has organiz
ed a company which has' bought out
the Troy lluggy company at that
place. Mr. Kossiter. who lives in Kock
Island, has been in the employ of the
D. M. Sechler Carriage company for
a number of years and at the time of
his resignation he had charge of all
the eastern territory. He has been
elected president of the Troy Fuggy
company and will immediately as
sume charge of the corporation,
which will manufacture buggies of all
kinds-. Secretary T. A. MeKlvain. of
the local tirm will have charge of the
vacancy until another is appointed
to till that position.
(ieorge L. McCoy, of this city and
Miss F.thel May F.isbing, of Kock Isl
and were married Wednesday evening
at S: :; by Kev. M. V. Crumbaker at
the First Methodist parsonage. The
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard McCoy, of 31S Fourth avenue,
lie is an employ of Williams, White
Co. His bride is the comely daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Fishing. 3111
Thirty-enghth street. Kock Island,
and the family have but recently re
moved her from Michigan.
The bakers of Moiine have formed
a union and are now working under
organization agreements with their
employers. Their working conditions
are unchanged, 10 hours work consti
tuting a -day's work ami .". cents an
hour is Ihe price for overtime. The
only change, and it is a slight one, is
that the night men are allowed time
off on the night following a legal holi
day, where in the past they were ex
pected to work.
Educe. t Toer Bowel If Ha Carec
Candy Cativyrtle, cure conntipetloo forever.
Va.2ft. tiitf.-,.Xi, (ll.dmrvieta-rtu9l t-ooner
Debilitated Men. and
Women, Do You
Want to Get Cured?
DK. IIOK.Ni: AND STAFF CAN
AND DDKS (iUAKANTFF TO
ccki: Tin: diskasfs that
KFNDKU THE liyf.s of
M F.N AND WOMLW MISF.K
AF.LK. DK. lIOKNi: IIASCIV
i:.V THOUSANDS WHO SCF-
i-'KK i:d a may dj:siki: to
Has cured them after others have
failed and they had lost hope.
Never fails L. -ause he will take only
Has been successful because his large
and long experience has lilted him for
Has every appliance to examine you
thoroughly, including the X-Kay.
Has every electrical apparatus known
to the medical science.
Frepares his own medicines, thus in
suring the best and a certainty.
(Jives you quick results and thereby
gains your confidence.
Never Uses misleading methods to
bring you to his o1'ie . Treats you as
cheap as is possible and still gives
you t he best.
Can treat you better and cheaper than
any one else, because he knows how.
Is permanently located here.
Can he consulted free of charge. So
whether you are rich or poor y ou can
get his opinion.
lias been acknowledged by the medi
cal profession, the press and the peo
ple as Ihe most advanced doctor in his
specialty. Till: F.L'ST DOCTOK TO
(.O TO. DON'T YOL' THINK SO?
The opinion of ihe public, when formed of a man with whom
they have had long dealings is generally correct. The people of t h is
city and section are discerning and intelligent. They accord a man
all his merits ontiiie him t'. If he is a skillful, conscientious phy
sician, and proves ihi- by his works, he attains the greatest measure
of success; while if he fas it is because of his inability to fullill the
promises and perform the cures he undertakes.
CONSULTATION AND 'X-KAY EXAMINATION . KKL'.
Suite 40. 30 and . I . Mitt hell A: Lynde building, Kock Island. Take
elevator to fourth t'o r.
wr-.v u L. . - Dkl:l tl
IT GIVES VK Bt RtSUUS,
Has a loop that jxives iwomlrr
ful stetuliiioss htkI easy lever
a. nevt-r before known. Your
money back any time, vitbin
oOdaysif not isn't hdteil. Sold by
9-J4 THI It I) AVKM'K.
If that old liai of your looks worn and
shiny. Take it to the
UNION HAT MAKER
221 Seventeenth St. Kock Island.
He will make it look like new. Straw
and Fanama hats cleaned and
Work Satisfactory- Or No Charge.
Wholesale Dcidor in PUKE WINKS AND L1UUOKS
I WAUKESHA AND COLFAX MINERAL
Mauuffcotuiei of WINTER'S CELEUKA1KD lilTIKKS
- 1819-1C18 Third Avenue, Rock Island. 111.