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M .ui' s. Wall Tapers, and
1 .ill. I'icturcs and Picture
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THE 00X MACHTCE KOW IS USB.
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Tim AtiHt..N1.U forth In Ami
ImaetiNlar from fi- iW c. lYrroc
tinj: Proa.n.IFoWii,K Machine. TI.U
p.crc of mat hinrnr. which wM pr
ch,,,., . ,,.w W(lt.ks
Ui.U l.t,,!. x . P, rWtit.tf rmM
company of f.:,tilc Crc-k. M:.,.. ,la!(
Jrt I pnt j, ,v one f ,hn
comrn-ny .nTr. s. atativni,. ,;,.J ,.,.,.
cl.rathm of it, !ir.t tiso. Tils Att i-
Mn.Uout a .!..;iU. v.titior, envtin-.
to it ni my rc ,.r tr,.av. Tiib V t
"i'lWM t;,at it prl.li. in il
rfH i pirttonn!!c, i!0t unW
i i on uric a ,f
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rMaMii,mont. l,t furthornor.r
lTatic Hip alvalt:ir;o it cnitri!i
"'7 5U U- "l l-y h frt.nn
an.l patron. hi no. ti bu mrc.
will ani.rrct.iti. Ji .t
ouitc a niiirti n the j-uMNImt. To
insure the best possible results jn the .
way of r tss work, and u papirr in
tl.ltl.ll.l n , .... t .(.. t .....la la. 1-...... In.. ...T.l. I
hi- iiiiiiii mi in .inn iii nrrjiiu
the tone and character it is . night
t; attain in the nature of the paper,
this pre was prreha-ed nt a e:ist of
ii. i ). A new press room for it
special accommodation . wa bui't in
the rear of TitE At.'.rs building,
tiie press has been erected therein,
and the results are before you.
Imlurrmrn: tt '.e Im;-ovrmrnt.
This extensive improvement wa
made by Tn Ai:.t s in recognition
f the inercasirg re luirements of its
patron, a s!i;r.n by its growth in
circulation and the demand for a 1-
ertising sjaee. The press thus
prox ided is ininiii'stiotisbly the best
in this locality. There is not a ma
chine in the Iri-eities thr.t a
proaehos it. A nn evidence of the
der-ree of p rfc-.:i i.i retained in its
eonstriictton. it mav b" .!! th'-re
are S.2 piee of metal in the hatnl-
on:e mm'!. inc. and it ri-'j tires the '
best of c.ire. Wtien it is r.t work it
resemble- ll.'Mt streak of g!ea.!.
lightning out for mi airing. The !
pre v. eilis 2". " 1 ' pitir.'Is. :ind is
el nn a f lundation "f solid masonry '
imbeded f-oir b"-t in tin; "round, a.nl
! six feet i;r-var.l t; the
The HMcn.or of tin pre- I .lo-
eph I. Cox. ol B:i!t!e Crei-K. Mlc.i..
a gi ntlenmn who lia been forging to
front at n rapid pace of lat .- years a
a diro ercr of wonderful improve
ment in printing ma-hin.-ry." It
wa bti'.t at the eompunyV works i;i
that ci v.
llir t em mI lf Arrim::''n."."'.
Th-' new C.iN Implex ! pe f--ct-
ing printing pre- is a sijJipie. sir i:g.
J.elnral.Ki ntijl tlc.ro i.-ly pra.
machiiu. cnp-AIe ol pr.r.ting nun
folding fr..m a nil :i dat beds, with
ordinary typo- p'P " P '- " ' ,r-
Whila id tu ilc in otie w iy Jdit? aeca
raer of it eoiisinictio:f i ntarvef.ntH.
The? power i app!ied from tlx; main
drivin" wheel to the impression
without a gear in short, with less
Intervening mechanism than any
other flat tic.1 press. J wo ni.r. s-
sion evlimler. located one directly
over the oilier, and journaled into
lwfir rrr" un ''urricrs. arc
reeirtroeate l p- er stat.onary t.os4
. : J : ...j .villi f..ii'li
making impusr -
Ilvrnntd movement, or printing t wo
l.. tmiiiT wilheaeh revolulio;i
of the large drivin? wheel, s? t
onlr r i.rocaling parts ot tne press
. i-.i. ni tl.ev are
ar lle cvii"""""" - -
.1 i-i run bv crank motion
no air bitf-
f .rii.-s of anv kind
quired. The form rollers are car
ried with U."' cylinder, and pas
over the form twice fnr each impres
sion. They take ink at each end .t
The loKinr occu"i--
the main wheels ana
! ..!. .httt which carry them.
and ihf loMo ller .are delivered ,
THE AItQPS,BATUHUAY, DECEMBJU 2. 189S
in a packing box directly over the
roll of paper at the end of the press.
The machine- is a rotary one
throujtiinit. except that the ejMnd.
ers are reri prorated, end the papvr
dwells during the impretodan in that
part of the web only which Hog hori
Sunta!, and that which extends over
the riht hand end of the press, a
e;n in the cut. The web claewLctc
i constantly moving at a uniform
rate. It is fed from tho roll of paper
by calender having a ccjis'ant and
unif'inu moi;n, jind is, fed after 5c -.
inij printed, through rotary vuttex
info the folder in the name way.
One rcmarkaMc feature of thi preM
i the fuel that it prints cither four,
alxore'bt r.e, and panics them
if desired, with.-nit rciitjit'in adjiit
ment in either pre or f;Ucr. The
p;i'ei may le thher six or siven
II v It Op; nl4.
The p-.wer i siipplie.l i-y eltetrie
ity. which hn been tho motive power
of Tit:: A:;.!: s fur some year. The
pre in action is tike ali.Inw. s-n-ak-inr;
trib;ite man's p-eninsand skill.
It i alr.ir.-t luimasi-likc in its mnve
mcnt. AtSie part of machinery
m.- e, tho ndl of pn;n-r bc'n to turn
ln !y. mrcly. oiirollinir ynr;l after
van! of the endle. web. l.nt k
Tlir A riikN u l'prrtiuc i'ltiii.
down, in and out, among and around
the various rollers mrd -cylinders it
moves, followtny sn t:ucrri::g course,
piaung hide ami seek with the forms
livbiw, dodging t'.;c ink fountain,
which keeps the typ-; evenly saturat
ed wiih the black iluid, until it finally
comes up to the guillotine, the kniie
which sever it. and then yon have
complete Tin: l.orx Island Akt.i s.
When the knife in the feldw noti-
o:i the i.i:it: Id ntnl i cause tf tin
eS uic papf-r tnat tl.e press oesircs 1 Anoler n,v tim card u talkw
to sfv-r ail e-.wnf-etmns with itThe; 0 on ilo'Jk IslitSl one week iron
shvet. still open its full widl h. passes t ftiiorrow.
out upon a dozen moving tapes whic h J F.t gine 47o. Engineer 15. Dnrhain.
carry it to the folder. This ingenious : is out of the Trenton, Mo., shops, at
maeiiiue tol ls the paper four times
and lavs it down ready
to be taken
up by the circulator, counted and
passed o er . to the cart icr boys for
1 lir'Arca' Aim.
j With this molcl machine. Tii2 Ats
;i prnpo-cs to puo'isb. in every
-n. e. a nnu.fi paper, ii seeks a
place in v cry home in Knvk Island,
r.ml to secure that lace it has cut
its tiibsci iption pri -o to U cents per
we; k. and by way u" introduction to
th is3 to whom it is not already
known, a copy of this double edition
i to be placed in every house in the
This special edition consists of 16
pages f seven columns each, and is
the largest paper ever publisbud in
N. iVfiiil.fr I ull.r tlu iur-n.
! Ch'cf Sext :i rcp.irt of t!r. Novem
ber business of his ! pat tmeul is as
j Arrests F.-H:ik, -I; larceny, !;
; abusive language. 'J; vagrr.ney. 5:
J breach of the peaire. I: disorderly
'conduct. ": contempt of eo'iit, 1;
s i.loniv. 1; pe-.b'.ting without license,
2s Aiurijlary-kV . . .
, "P.tniNT if.Slite asi. 17: timnlier
of city rise's 1 I: amount of line and
poiicu fe.ss collected by Magistrate
I .s, !iro..de.-. l ).
f .Tail bill. &;.-). .
ijUs outrsi ; -- "'' -"
Wagon business Number of runs,
S.'i; box "calls, A; telephone calls. 24;
false wagon calls. :i; number of miles
run, oX; uiimber of tramps carried.
4; number of ambulance calls, 11.
NrarinK I fmltlnn. 1
The new building for the Tri-Citj-Packtng
& 1'rovision Co., of Il.iven
pprt. Is iitiished, ''!ie contracts fer
t'p glntr'i "-lioilers nod .'.maeSirie'ry are
let. ohil e cry tiling' will iiL' Xn readi
ness to commence operations in about
six weeks. Tho building is a model
..... . . . .: . ...
id (ifS'ltlaii, iiciii (tesisrncii esiH'c:aiiv
a5-bv the -'Jaekson Re
frigerator Co., of Chicago, -the best
packing house architects In the coun
try, it is needless to say that all
machinery will be of the latest and
mot improved patterns, as this
company lias, shown itself from Lhe
start to lie fully uj to the times.
The contract for the ice and refriger
ator macl.in and- the p"j in ot the
coolers, was awarded to the Hercules
Iron works, of Aurora. 111., which
means that it will be fully .in keep-
ing with the rest of the plant.
TOLD OF THE TRACK.
TUo BrslgBmti a of GsarrJl Aguat II n-
The resignation of J. E. Xlannegtin
as reneral passenfrcr a;ent of the
Burlington, Cedar Uapids & Northern
railroad i not a great surprisa toj
railroad men. amonr whom there
have been rumors of something of
this kind for tcr.ic time, but it is to
the pa trou. s of the road. Mr. Hanne
jjan haj been prcncral jassenjer
agent of this road for a long term ol
years for o:ic so 'young, being for a
great part or that period the most
youthful general passenger agent in
this country. Notwithstanding his
tenderness of years, he has done 'a
great deal to make the road popular
with th; traveling p:ib!ic.
Thp :t'Ki!.vn V.'.-rt k.
The wreck on the R ick Inland at
lror!;!yn Wednesday morning, did
n-t prove to bi as serious as wa
at ( first rep.ited. It was justA:3l
rdoek in the morning w lien a freight
train j u'lcd by engine &3. in charge
of Kiiginecr Jerry I'nnuinirham, wai
pulling uiitotke ynrdi whe.a the cu
gine uud thnw cars were derailed.
Ilie engine rolling over on its side.
Kngine.T tiimiiugli:i:u was thrown
from the Mij;-iw! with lerfifir force,
and bis ritfht arm was badly Injured
and his bidy bruised some. The
; v:e.'k was the spread -
ings.f tho rails, a switch engine hav
ing gone oiT an ipr;n switch son e
time dnring the nibt. there by cans.'
ing the spreading . f the rails."
.uio-s llir l'ini. mncl Z.ti:ll4.
t'harles Ltppiiicott, of the Peoria
ii still suffering with the grippe.
Hngifagcman Frank Clark is laj-in-j
off lighting a siege of the grippe.
Foreman W.. II. Stocks, of tin
"or!; Island, is in Dcs JIoir.es on bus
tcr a gener-il ovcrhaulin
Ii. A. Spaulding. or the It. I. fc P.
general freifjlit "oilier.' went home
yesterday, suffering wU'.i the grippe.
The H.5. if the e'., K. I. & p., Har
ry Horn's engine, is out of She Tren
ton. Mo., shops, and is running ot
trains 7 and S.
'Flic IMS. of the C, K. I. & P., Joe
Ix-C!aire's engine, is out rf th
Haver. port shops, and is as line a;
the finest now.
Most all the foremen of switch
crews on the l;4ek Island, have baen
laid up the past week with a siege ot
ii-.-kness, except Iron Horse Jack
The 8.i3. Jerry Cunningham's en
gine, -will go into the Davenport
shops as soou as it can be I rough t to
Buck Island. Jt is still lying on its
side at Brooklyn".
Conductor Hitchcock, the popular
II. I. & P. co.Ml.ictor. is laying oil on
account of Mckncsx. and in the mean
time Conductor Hi rn is running hb
train, while Brakcman (I. W. Nclcv
is running the tatter's train.
Night Yardninsler Ctirtin,' of the
C, K. I. & p.. is laying off sick.
Yari.mastcr McKee. altboutrh sick,
is working, bat finds it hard 1 1 liht
off the ...grippe. Assistant Yardmas
ter 15. B. Kay does not wear his usual
smile these days, simply because lje
is fighting the grippe.
S. P. Henderson, the gentlemanly
operator of the . C., K. I. & P., i"s
missed these days, aad iupiiries dis
close the fart "that "Society" has
been very sick with typhoid fever:
in fact, that he is still very sick.
His mother arrived in ll'irk Island
last etcning for the purpose of tak
ing her son to his home in Monti
The new time 'card, which goo9
into effect tomorrow on the B. I.
& 1..-Tray cnly bo f -abort duration.
As it is,' the "tSorning train for Peo
ria, which formerly left here at S:'.ft.
will leave at 7:8 I, and will arrive at
:o in uic evening, instead ot 7 as
before. . Tiia day express from Fou
rth Will arrive at 11:j5 now. iu stead
of 1:20 as formerly. The change in
the express will benefit the cities ot
Kock Island and Peoria greatly in
local business. - ' ' -..,"-'
All members of Camp S09, M. "W
A , are requested to meet at their
h dl tomorrow morning at 9:Z) to at-
t -nd tbe iiinrrnl ol JSeijhbor Alva
Banks, of Camp 21. ' ' - '
J. . Hetteh, V. Q.
E. F. IIej-U'esstell, Clerk. .
THE SOCIAL SIDE,
pit eiUXle Clnb-sSabacrlptloi Maaaivcr-
, mar. '
''The'Oakdale club gave its first sub
scription masquerade at Carse's hall
last evening, and it proved a success
not only socially, but financially, as
well. About forty couple wore pres
ent from the tri-cities, and many and
varied were the costumes. Among
the most notable.ones may be men
tioned:' German. J. C. Kinney; Far
mer, Andy Hohman; Japanese, Julius
Klrophb'v'Lord Fauntleroy. K.vy Wi'.
Iiams; Columbia, Mrs; Roy Williams;
National Daughter, Mrs. A. M". Me
Neal; Little Red Riding Hood. Mrs.
Mark Lloyd; School-girl, Miss Maggie
lanlj:r.. i .,
' The next dance to be given fry the
club will be Friday evening. Dee. 2!,
and will bo as the club's New Year's
Tl.e ".30" Clali.
The dancing party given by the
Thirty" dancing club at K. I, hall
Thursday evcuing was one of the so
cial successes of this ye:ir. The
club' was entertained by some
excellent . instrumental and roccl
'music by the Misses Wollmann, Mrs.
Charles McIIugh and others. The
most enjoyable, and probably the
most uiibjiie. feature of the evening.
v.-ns the : supper. ScUiIIinger s iOr-
chestra furnished the music, and a
most pleasant evening was spent.
tr.mnzrmt.Tits fr Mm Fin oral of l!r l I".
11 3 w man.
The late Dr. K. II. Bowman, of An
ialitsia, will lie buried with the
honors of the Cram! Army of the Ke-
ptibltc tomorrow afternoon at 1
o'clock, with ritualistic services and
an autlres lv Hon. V . II.
(test at -Grand Army hall. To
t iese services friends of thi familv
ire iaxiieil. Brief funeral servicer.
were coniiucteil iv itev. i. K.
fohuston of J-M;itigtin. at Oakland,
Vc family home, near Audalusia.
this afternoon nt 1 o'clock. The re
mains uere ihen brought to Bork
Island and turned over to Buford
post, which society was deputized a
juard of honor to remain with the
b -l v until the time of the funeral, as
The active pall bearers will be
silccted from lhei. A. K. post, while
ix physicians will act as honorary
pall bcarcis. . i ...
,mhT fiblJanry Atinanucsir.rntfv.
Thouneral of the late Alva Banks
will be; held at 1J o'clock tomorrow
morning, with services at the late
Lome on Molinc avenue.
. Mrs. Mary J. Skdniaes, died at hrr
home, ill First street, foday ut 12
oVlo?k. of pneumonia and heart dis
ease. Mrs. fchnaes was born :n
itock Island, June t... 18G1. and l as
always made this city her home.
Her uiaiden name was Mary J. Mnr
rin. She was married to Ixuis
Schnaes in Oct., 1885, and leave, be
ii!es her bereaved husband, 'hrce
little children." two gills and one boy.
A W '.-II I."s!HMmhi-il Ittisinrs and Ita Gcn
t'fKunlv 1'rce r'.jinr.
The Spencer S.juari grocery, on
Tweutieth' street, ib without doubt
one -of the foremost in the city.
First, because it is a well established
an 1 well known stand: and second,
because oT its gentlemanly prcprie
tor and clerks. The stand" was for
merly that of Charles Hansgcn, but
somv) time ago was purchased by
Mr. B'incher. He. it is a well-known
fact, has been catering to the bi'i-t
trade possible, and always has m
hand a full line of staple" and fancy
groceries, and through his untiring
efforts his trade has steadily increas
ed until it has attained its present
extent. Charles Buncher needs no
introduction, to the people of Ro;;k
island, a this is his h :ue and has
been all his life. His thorough bus -ness
finalities have gained for him
the popularity which he now enjoys.
. He kindly solicits your trade and
The Kock Island Business Univer
sity Is the school to attend for a com
plete and practical course in any of
its departments, and is evidenced
by the largo number who are taking
advant: g; of its .facilities. Its in
&t rue toi rank among the first in the
e In-rational field, bot ti in method of
instruction and in their liberal edu
ction. They are proud of their in
s'itution. proud of their students and
of the unparalleled !sue,iesthrehool
has had since its ieiM.'iii:ig." Others
have failed, but onward and good
work - has ba .-n their motto, and
today Kick Island has ho institution
of learning that she cau be more
proud of than her young business
university. Now is the time to en
roll. . Confessed rfuilttmeut.
Robert Bennett ! ciu;fe.s,'s;.r ' judg
ment lastveninjr :it !,o"-I,ock iii. xiie
circuit clerk's otlicc in favor of seven
creditors, as follows: Anna Bennett,
85: M. Kliza Stoddard, S13.M5:
Bock-Ulamt National bank. 71.02;
McNotia1 ; :msert $.
Thompson, 38 46; i." VY. Aster &
IXl, JI7;75; H. E. WitUmberg, Jr.,
iTii. making a total of $uc6.66.
Mr. Bennett's stock is valued SI. -Sf)0.
and if arrangements can be made
with the creditors, he will resume
;V'Jsiacs?- .'.Sheriff Gordon has taken
possession of the stock.
Tha W eather r
General snows and warmer: easter
ly, to northerly winds. .
F J. VYalz, Observer.
MORE BARGAINS v .
O O V
V rKKK KKKR
O O V
R R 41
R R U
V V K
V V K
V V K
V V R
, o . vy k r
WW V KFTFTK IE
Our buyer went east again" .after -mfiT?. 7,V
i wonders these dajs and stacks -oC fcSw C
have arrived. We are selling them chcil
50 Warm, durable Men's Ulsters ...Y....WStiv
50 Extra heavy, good wearing Chinchilla Over0aAliTii,(
85 Fine dress Kersey Overcoats, made to sell "..
20t) Elegant, all-wool, line fitting, well made, Keraeyi te i'f
vcr and Chinchilla Overcoats at $9.88 and $10.&
i ' an Overcoat in the lot but what
" ' " . . - 'j v-- '. .
New Boys' Overcoats and Ulsters. 'v ;. ;!.;:
,. New Children's Overcoats and Ulsters. V
Great bargains in Underwear, in Woolen ShlrU, la CIoTtl 1
tens. Yonr money will go farther than mtiri
QiTTiaTi A- TSffAOflnl
Where they have but one price-t'
The finest line of
Shors that were ever
country. Here are
Men's Pi cadi ly Calf Blucher.
Men's Yale Cap Calf Blucher.
Men's Yftle Calf Blucher.
Men's Ya'e Calf Congress.
Meu's Yale Calf Balmoral.
Men's Columbia Calf Congress
and Lace., j .
Women's Russian ' Calf Hand
Tamed Cork Sole Blucher.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Special Tlianksiving 1i
Special Ten per cent Dfc;;
i or this occasion we arc mak
ing the discount on
and DINNERS ETS.
In Dinner Sets we are showing them
iu plaiu white, sir.gle print,
Filled in Designs, and Gold
..Rimmed.. Every set a, bargain
" at regular price. -1:1-
j. KJ. nULlks5i
C. F. DEW END, Manager.
ii i-i.-i' Upholstering done to order!
!. . -.- - . Telephone
' "" ' " ! 11:1. -..I.
KXl OOO A .1
O O O ' If i ,
o o .; 1 v i
o o . JT Jk- i,
o o - AAA. ,
O O O A "AiJ..
is wort fI5.C3.
Bought cheap-f-to fcs'c.
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Ladies and Gcr.
seen in fthb, f
a few of the e
' . ...AiiK ".' '
Women's Cloth Top t"
cd Cork Soltf C.
the thing to wcr?
Gal term, : ;"
Women's plain azt;
Turned Cork "
onl j shoe tir.', .
. dry feet.
to E, and ad a
CASH STORK, 1711.
BED ROOU IVt,
to conlrlir ;
Suits at tfiV'
And yo w-
Line of Stcnr
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