Newspaper Page Text
There are Others,
BUT SO STYLE TAKES THE PLACE WHICH THE ABOVE
For a Fine Dress Shoe
We have a Patent Leather in the same TOE with a cloth top.
For a Business Shoe
We have this T.)E either in Calf-Skin or a Box-Calf. We are
well equipped to please von in the latest styles.
We have the Fame style of TOE in Ladic wrar, either in our S3
g-ades or higher priced stocks.
You call and tee us and you will be pleased.
ABE WILL MAuh ANU
DYKE'S RUBBER HALF - SOLES
411 Prepared for Adju-.tmeit to Any Shoe.
Anyore Can Aftlx Tlv-m
In Five Minutes.
They keep your feet warm and dry. Useful for Bicvclists, Tennis
Players, Vacationists, for beach wiar and mountain climbing. Thou
sands wear them. For sale by
Health Is the Sue shine of Home. Have yon got
it? If not. consult
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Of the Chloago Medical Institute Permanently located la DaveBport. To
w- 'taa aaaY
aV ' yHf
eew IB& fefla.'.Tfli Ka
DR. T. M. WALSH,
IT a steal Tmnmm !a nraof
NBRVOUS DEBILPTT ExbaaaUve drains, sleeplessness. threatOBOd in
CATARRH Dyspepsia. Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofcia, Syphilis, Blood
Siaidr" ' aaawaaaatlr eaiad b Zu Uvaaeea a
VARICOCELE fs the most active cause of nervous debility Wn treat
r onthn arirt othats whet, ws naraataa ra a perauaaat ear ta aaaas 4at a, aer taUaxa.
i m. t ao.1? Hydrocele enred la itrct; daja-no pain. 1
VOMEN Suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex ahould consult as
Wc hare eared bmdt eaaes irlver op ss hnpeleaa and we may as able o rare yoa. Sure leal
.. SSSSSUSfW 2 "r t oaelred. Abdominal id brain eurrrVaceeU
OUR CREDENTIALS aod TestimooUls are the Best The numerous ac
taowiede-emeEta e aari rnne-.tod rroa the Lotrr; -j for oar retnarkaMe carta in both
. -r - . - . wiioiHw mi car aeraDoea meuoaa cana mmm a all
yoat kwt hti Th.7. 1. a .ry ffliSSat ySi S eaV S5l yS S
OFFICE 1M W.
Do Your Own Half-Soling
Aod Save Money.
1704 Second Ave
DR. J. B. WALSH,
taSMD. Boarsi ts B t, T ts I. SsasBj
8t, MoCaUoBgk, BsUdlag, Damport, lews.
TALK OF THE TR iCK
Marshall Wilcox Has a Severe
HARD CAUGHT MAKI5G A OODTLIHG
ltk bland Bnk.mu Laoaaa Two Slac -
ta ee ttte Kieo.lt ul sa Kar'.y Moralni
Bhvbxp-Foetal cutk MltoheU Fall.
From BU Car General Haws.
Marshall Wilcox, cf Hue Inland,
brakeman on passenger tra n 5, of
the Bock Island, had his left hand
badly lacerated while attempting
to make a coupling early this morn
ing. One of the cylinder heads of
the engine, which was io command
n! Engineer Webber, with Conduct r
Finley, blew out near Geneseo,
crippling the train. Another engine
was Mai for. It was while coupling
it onto the rear of the train that
Brakeman Wilcox was caught. He
was taken on to this city,
and taken to St. Anth ny's
hospital in the ambularre
Drs. S. C. Plnmmer and J. De Silv i
attended tbe irj-ired man. and f jund
it nece-ttary to amputate th i t .v.
last fingers of the left hand near the
middle f th metacarpal bo es ri
W illiam Mitchell, a railway postal
clerk, vi h . runs inio Bock. Island
on the (j , was the tictlm of an nu
fortunate mishap near Youngstown
yesterday afternoon. He was Ma
mg on an iron brace which cro.nr
tbe entrance to the car, as the train
was noaritg Youngstown coming
north, and by a sudden pit of the
car was tnrown tc.diopg to the
gnund. The fail daz ti him, but
fortunate' y no bones were br -ken,
although it is not known wneiher he
was hurt internally. Mr. Mitchell,
who !s secosd clerk to C.'erk J W.
BaUey, was taken to bis home a
Monmouth. Hie ran was coi:tui..eil bv
Clerk F. E McDonald. Mr. Mitchell
has been particularly unfortunate of
late, having had his head cut open
by tbe explosion of a jug in tbe car
Ed Friday, fireman on the east
Iowa division of the ilock Lland, has
The Rock Island has pulled n!T one
of its night switch engines on ac
count of poor business.
George Illingsworth has resigned
his position as machinist in the
Rock Island & Peoria shops here.
Harry Brady is here from Savanna,
where he is connected with the Mi -wankee
road, on a visit to bis folks.
William Johnson's iron horse, the
915, is in the Reck Island's shops
across me r.ver tor a
i atl,- . , . , ....
r.i : 7 V " M,IIIK
h.Pn nh Mrt aDaUgh hM
fr rrr -
ger tram which the Rock Island has
put on between here and Muscatine.
Peter McCoskey is tbe engineer.
James Sheehan, who runs tbe
Rook Is anil fast mail west, is tikicg
a vacation while his engine is being
repaired at the shops in Davenport
Kogineer James Smith with tbe 1)75
is rnnning in his place.
Thomas Stapleton, who was fire
man for Engineer Gilmore when the
fatal wreck occurred rear Brooklyn,
has fully recovered from the injuries
he sustained in the accident, and is
now back at work again.
The boys around tho Rock Isl
and round ho-ufe are agitating
the ufferiog of a reward for
the recover of a small bunch of
,,:.,l . - . . , , . -
rm.U:! P.b,8? 0 Charley Arnold
t "h Era h l j rno1" ,
io J hei .,nd. h.d sometb.ng to
do with it. It is btmg investigated.
A workman in one of tbe railroad !
, - - - . . -- . ,. .
,. , - -.
i low employes, that the bank3 wnre;
all tottering and it was onlv a Mue3. !
tion of a few .lays until ever'y one of i
them would go to tbe wall He !
l.:.t aasata hia tool. f,.v,:.h .t. -
Zr,VrUA n: a", ll-VV'
...... .iv,j. , ji.i n t u . v ir fcu- UAIlh
and drew out the money he had on
-now ce is maa at everv-
l uy in the shop because the bant
didn'i fail, asd dreads the coming of
night, fearing that he will be robbed.
A mirror could not lie if it wacteri
to. The glass has nothirg to gain
by flattery. If the roses at he.iith
aud plumpness of beauty -.ire leaving
your face, your mirn r will tell yon
so. Health is the greatest ber.ntin'er
in the world. When a woman sees
tbe indications of ill health in th
face, she may with almost nbiolute
certainty look for tbe cause in one or
both of two conditions constipation
and derangement cf the organs dis
tinctly feminine. Dr. Pierce's Fav-
onieiresLiipiu.il wm t-ure perm a-
nArtw . r .1 H i o n mr m m al
ncr.tlv and pjsitivelv any so called
"female complaint." lr. Tierce's
Pleasant Pellets will cure constipa
tion. There is no reson in tbe
world why a woman should not be
perfectly heaitby. Sbe will gain ia
health, strength and flesh Hollow
and angles will give place to fnllnes
aod grace. She will r that noblest
and niogt beaniiiul i f all creation a
Send 21 rents in one-cent stamp,
to World" lispcnsarv Medical Asso
ciation. Buffalo. N. Y . and receivt
Ir. Tieroe's 1(K pse e mmoti
Sense Md:cal Adtiaer," prtduselt
Fat mars TTaated
In every toecship throe days a wot-i,
during winter to distribute tamp t
collect names 01 sick peop e acd
work up trade for their drugghjts on
the three great family remedies: Dr.
Kay's Renovator. Dr. Kay's Long
Balm and Kidney kura. tiood pay to
man or woman. Send for booklet
and terms. Dr. B. J. Kay Medical
company., Western office, Omaha,
SATURDAY, JANUARY 9. 1897.
TRIALS OF CAPT. SIMMONS
R inrtati Si the American T. Iiilnt Ranks
For Wad dice Meat. Emma Waal.
There i a little story of modem
romance connected with the ,;e
movements of Capt. and Mrs H C.
Simmons, who hTe bean condnotiog
a rim r.t mavtirVat nit that nAwaa '
of Rock Island the past week. Tbev
are not representing any organia"
tien now, but are cut on an inde
pendent mission io the serv.ee of
their Savior, refusing to farther
remain subservient to the dictates
of stony-hearted generals, who ob
ject to the ui on of loving hearts.
Uatil last October Mr Simoarns
was a cap'ain in the American Vol
unteers, stationed at Springfield.
Up to that lime, tlm, his wife was
l.tent. Kmma West, of Decatur.
She was working at barracks lcctted
over a saWn. having a bath room
w -iv wa aaaaaj aws VUllirif
tor a K'lcaen
a k'Ufcen and sleeping without
bet clothing Cant. Simmon vis- 1
ite! leut. We t He concluded that
she noded a protector, she wai
agreeable, snd they were mar
ried Capt. Simmons and bis wife
decided to take a trip to Ch'.cago.
but he had onlf eu iugh money to
buy his own ticket hliodiy dis-u--
1 ettlaoM provided the captain's
bride with fare m -ney. otd to Chi-
ca'o they went.
And tbe reison they are just every-1
uay piaiu i-.iiznaa una la iaak toe j
!p'a:ti and the lieutenant were mar-
tied without first ge'.tiog the per
mis.i oa Of Brigadier (ieneral Kdward
Fieldinir, of Chicago, who insisted
that tbe 'fli.'ors were gnlity of in-
suDoruiaatirn in nut nrst ning tbeir
inieotions wito uim ana eetuog a
permit to marry from headquarters
bef ie they applied for liccos.
ueo. nnoing iniormen tbe couple ' friends. The scbool principil woa
that they would be subject to a t ,e,e, too. His eves met the wid
court ruartia.. and they were accord- owV The meeting tekindled the at
intf'.y reduced to privies for sic : fection which tliBjr held for eaoh oth
montbs for lusuhordmati -a. But or . fr w years bick aud it was D3.
Capt. Simmons and bis b ide would 1 ticed that the weri again becoming
not siand IhU. and they started out verv much attached,
to paddle their wn canoe, their outfit I A'nothor moon bad hardly elspe.l
couhisiing of a few musical insfu- wwi.i-.. - u r..,. in th. t-i
mtnts and a bible
sings and plays and the captain
talks. He .-ays they have had a hard
row of stumps ti ge: over, but
tbiugs are looking brighter daily.
AS TO POSTOFFICE AFFAIRS
0 Id J. Asa.-a' t'aafal and litauu
tlva l atent.
Postmaster David J. Ayres, of
Keokuk, well and popularly ku wn
in uock island, nas turned tbe ex
perience be has had and knowledge
gained in Uncle Yarn's service to use
ful account. Ho has patented :i post- j
oilier. Inttnr hox oaea anH m. n,r,, nn '
- - - - -- , .
1 J WPIB WCIV IBHUCU IO Ii.lU
Sov- s- lhc device being kaoamaa
"Ay era' Dummy System. ' Mr. Avers
fonnd in takin- 'the pest ollice at
- - - Jmm ajo that
(Iuentm;,,,b-0lMlrl. ....,., i
I quent mistakes occurred by taking
I letters from the general delivery caee.
' and puttirg tbcai back in the wrong
'. racam pigeon hoies. The s:eui
which be has cone i .ed cf a "dummy''
; ia every pigeon hole prevents mistakes
and saves lime. Tbe pattnt bss
bc-;n rpproved by tbe posioflie dc
; parinient, and postmasters o bo have
jstd it aro elated over its advant
ages. Postmaster Ay-rs has estab
lished royalties for the use of the
system, which promises to tnricb
him handsomely for his pains and !
I Tbe Davenport Repub'.iciu says
concerning tbe new federal bui diug
I in that city: "The private mii
' m ' - . . - in , . -
iue poai .nice nave not tei
livered l0 holder nllhLUirh lhl v
wed to h
hsve been u.5nc
new Kuiiuiojj wr
Ttl.T h., J Fi "
them ever since thu
Ma-, v la
,'iu" ,co "- c occd maae ai
omce reganim;? ween tlue bjxra
win h, rp,An "A th i-,V h .
Sltj E ,kes, be..'" "
1 mlDS ft bmf "pianatioo
1 S5la. Anj. De .who Wr
I fcransacuon wun ie
has Lceu any
thing out of the ordinary, b:s
learoed that there is nothing "in the
world requiring more red tapo. It
is the same with the postoflice depa-t-ment.
Postmaster lischer has v rit-
ten to headquarters regarding these i
boxes and What the Charges are in- !blipn-att-.nil yonroan r-afort n the fa
tended to l-e made as lent f . T the I1""'' '' always atu-aaa raruaiaU.m. ir it a-
same, but has vet had no reply, al- c'n,c- ""t010' "'.I -
thoncrh. lo.rT. - . F ', Ut ihe banrt. I -aally it ia wenpUated wlib
though a letter is expected every day. ; k,dB , ln ... Cerl.ln ,. ., (.Jlt kl4
ibo keys have not yet been turned ; hon r -s. .i by n. in tiara. w:n tiimioatc i.
over to the b. x holders, and will not j p-H-im ntich ri.e tu ruiaiat am ius
be until tnis letter dictating rates is -t-or-y li : . : m n ..-. ; eoai.iiMia of iac
received." rata r. iba aBkaa, t- r in aoaaaa win oft-
Faiiriai avettthtuoia ic irosblc. ro . eaalat fau;'y
The remaios of Thomas tiray. who ! . . - n7
died -.t Kansas City, aged 7'. were;
laid to rest in ChiPPiannock cemc- i u ml Tvbacoo Dtt at.d -m-.a. Baaaa it-
tery this mornino-. 'I'ka fnaarai took
piece irom Knox ' nndertakioe par
lors. Services were conducted at the
grave by Rev. W. 8. Marquis, of the
Broadway Preabyterian church. The
pallbearers were Louis Allara, M. M.
nriggs. Oavid Hon, E. P. Pinneo. K
auu iavia Lrooaiasoo. nr.
'-ray is survived by four children:
Mrs. W. D. Hitchcock, Peoria: (ieorce
m. uray. of Waukesha. Wis., and W.
II. (iray and Miss Ella Cray, c f ftaa
: sas titv. all of whom wn'a here to
alteod the funeral.
The funeral of Anna C. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. tiuy F. Settle.
Eighth avenue, occurred from the
bereaved home at o'clock th.s af
teru.ion. Uev. W. S. Manuis olhciat
ing. Interment was made at Chip
pmnnock. The funeral of (rack KavacaugL
wiil be heid from ot Joseph's church
tomorrow morning at 9 o clock.
Ta Cava a Cold aa oat Day
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. Al. druggists refund th
money if it fails to en re. 85 cents
When bilious or costive eat a Cas
caret, candy cathartic' core irnaran-
teed, 10 cenu, 25 casta.
A RURAL ROMANCE.
; Sensation ttt Which a School
MMaVBMP HIS DI70R3ED WOT
v june Lanty Wfea aaSaaa'a Die
rr,aa a er rrevioee n t area a
ttfcar ant With a C-rf 10 at- wtBC
Bar saarrlaaja Wlta Bar rursaar Lar4.
Inhabitants of a nearby village
are a! I agog over a domestic arose
lion which tas tten sprung in their
midst involving peop'e who move io
tbe best of focietv. Tfce first inci
dent to arouse the g.tes'ps was tbe
oacteocnt of thf role ,-f Kooch Arden
by a woman. N i touhrr has ap
peared uo 'b- scene with a child and
o ce: tt6cate of merrisge t- pr ve her
r r? it to the an rn .rt n.i i..,mn.iiinii.
.Sin of th man ahn l ft i.
these afT iir.
And an arrest fur big
amy is ! a'.v to be It,- windup
The r .raance dates back io
early 9 's. wheo a young mao. who
is now prioeipa! of the village school,
led nee of he bast knowo ycoog ll
dirs of th neibbnrh-od to the altar.
i Dcir a t i ie i me n-l n '. onve a
hippr a folVt nnliiipaud. an,! a low
Tear- afterward they weio divorced.
she went awoy. When next hea d
from -he w Uvio it COi.-ao. the
wife of o railroad brakemaa. who was
lauhsfqnently killed in ao acciden.
Among the visitors who came to tbe
village last Thanksgiving was a
! wotnao whom all were pleased lo
She the widow of the
r.i,..., r.,.kr..n i k.ii ...
,rjveo in the villag shortly after her
.arri al She attended with a.ioio
lai'f. Anil lh widow anil .,-hn.
priocipal were reunited.
SButHar aal B.ba.
Tbe village was just winding up
dissension of the weddiog when the
return of a young !ady, who formerly
thufut in the village, nod who ha't
suudeniy dissppcarcd about a year
previous, was announced. She w
accompanied by a babe. She also
carried a certificat
of marriage, her
husb.ind beW'g the scbool piiecipl
who hsd just married the widow.
ne i :-.mMi mst be baa obtained a
divorce in tbe lait instance.
- Thf Wittntn with tti nhiM form.
lta - - - - - . aai
' J " BI.IWUI JVI LUC liiaV
principol. She is the daughter of
one the best known families in tbe
locality in question.
People coming in from Baratoa
and points above cn Rock river re
port the river Higher than it Las
been since the big rise 40 years ago.
dur:n the January tha-v of 1857
The stage of the water is not high
at tne aionoe bridge, or below, so
that there must be an icv gorge
Mmcwti. re between bere and Br
tow. Reports fiom Cleveland, Heorv
county, ate that one or more fami
lies have alreadv been ob.iged to
b"n,;un tomes, and the
is Mill rising.
lnt C inp . r oei r.
At ih-- aniual maeMng of tho Ro-k
; Island Brewing . iipar.y tbn follow
ing (.flicers were chosen:
Prctident Robert Wageer.
j Vice President J. fj Jance.
Secretary and Treasurer O to
Direc.or (ioorge Wagner. I Hu
oor, ti. Raib'c. K. Wagner, otto Hu
licr and J. ti. Junge.
n Old Mettle. .
Wrcnlht IBCtraaanaa tf ntM-Biiita rtrUIn
trarta nf ynnr anatomy r.e. be . . ! raa'.ly
n:i aiien it h aSOS - an old act'.let I la prttiy
hard to 'Miri.-e. Kcmcmber tr.lt wlien y.m xper
irnce tie It tarlnje f ti - na ar.d
a-on-rl' gd iK-ifc. and attack il wl'b 11 '.trttrr'a
S'.t.toarli Blilsta It ait) tb-r , t track-."
1 roeoitur nbw yen anein cttcd aid in
If yon want io tjuit toharco risirg
BOSBy aod forever, be made w
strong. magnette. ful of ocw lifo and
vigor, tako No-To-Bac the woodcy
aorker that makee weal: men strong.
Miry gain ten pounds 10 ten flats.
tjver 4n.i,rayi eored. Hoy t-Tr. Bar
I from yonr own druggist, who wi'l
gr.arante a cure.
B"klett and sam-
pies mailed free.
Chicago or BsW
S. F. Frits, of 677 Sedgwick street,
Cbicsgo, says "I had a severe
cough which s lilt 1 ou Bay luog'.
I tried a number of advertised reme
dies snd slso placet! myself under
treatment of several physicians, with
nu Itenelit. I was recommended to
try Foley's Hocey and Tar. With
little expectation of getting relief. I
purchased a hottlo. I had taken bot
few doses when I felt greatly im
proved : 1 was enabled to sleep, spit,
ting of blood ceased, and by tbe
time I had taken the second bottle I
was entirely well. It saved my Ufa.''
Sold by M. F. Bahnseo.
Babecribe for Tas 4MB.
tJaw , -V
Nothing but the Best Beer
I GOOD HNOl'GM
1 aj aa aa
1 Ja'JWaa.aaW alwawO
HE POPULAK SUBJECT
be witn trwcoinage. Our -2k
goiu -ii:inr: at m up are a. r.ost
Owrirtcr ' vhe hgh quality of
natrri.. i we u?e in our plate
vc could net afford to make
them l .:$6 Thj rrice is now
lirid, e work, thn most scien
tific and modern way of replacing teeth. We do this work
at one halt price $5.
We extract teeth positlrely palnlras with an replication
to the gums- no gas, ether, chloroform, consequently no
tor a short time we wtU present our patrons with a tube of
t"otn paste of our own make, guaranteed absolutely pure.
All our vTork guaranteed for ten years. Come und see us
Consultation and examination free.
New York Dental Parlors,
DRs LAUER, Proprietor.
1 1 5 Kaat Third strrrt Duvr-nport la
Flvs Par Csnt Paid on Dopoe.ts.
M .. y '. a .el ":t l er ' na C,
J nufurti. . .
. oha t.ra Uaa t L i. clr
r r.teetiawa't. aat It.
T'san laalneaa Jtiy 1-ajT. at d aeraiy i
S. B cot. Sl.cht 11 A 1 y ai't tea iV.'t
Now fses, soys.
-tff .1 . t. l
It.: r . .' le
t-art. . :f 1r- . t,
iaay.ii t'ohh u in im,
lataat al hr-ir f I v.. i.tirltrwlA
ran aataanoa paaa whcfirun at
tfir. and p.t tbrn In uir. l.m lata
tf.HU. ! 1 ' V 1 , I, dnl
wr.rmm an.i . . . ir,. ... v, h.h: la'aHa la y m. 1
out t. laaataa. hal htlvl nil urn I r
taltfmSTa. tt la a auru.iw aAi4 rri. at J
Bw uibtraMnr .parr .w. am) ll.ai r" J a
mna wtninni i- - n , r. it nrwl I .til iitu
VAU CAM? PACKING CO.
Thrr rmc baiaalna tame wtaana arrt. V itaaa aaaftre wUI at i ;l I. an. k. all tke
25 Per Cent
- OK ALL -
For the next
30 days at
lOf Second Ave
If ,ou get the ROCK ISL
AND you have an absolutely
pure product of ihe choicest
hops and finest selected bar
ley, brewe d by the most ad
vanced processes. Order a
case of our Pilsener or Bo
hemian B er.
Reck Island Brewing Co.
Free Silver Gold
Our silvtr fillinir, at 50c rcr
nrth more than a r'ollarwil
gold crowns at $5. aud tmr
Incorp" rated fader the'
vera, or Rev Fsta'e Kecurlty.
I r l.yaS' .
Jo' a OBBaoal l
K a Mm.
Juki v., ia.
I'bll tt i. I .
J Bgf.tr :
'a katiti a f utet. toll' tut..
- rtrtt ! liatti Sx it- ' . .' t t- .1
n ItW .t r . ... ,4 I'lKI ttll' I l.tMl3
ui M'f it r Htr . - .r'r.t I,... . V i . ... ' m.L.
.iu, ....,.. - -
mwm I.... ',, W.. ..m l-m
aa arucrr v it ddtrrr alitta aaaa. HaaSWHi
. ol ..f W -Ami r II. m - f m-.'t I. n,.,
taieaer ataawn aja .at i.V: U.t t .,k- m
Urat ta BS )aBaf
oac aaaM rfpnalt-t at r tt
ataaSa laVttkaaa wBs-
SWafaW atrarartaa 'l am or aaorti aaanaw'
r.Sr.; ,; u i. !" ptat a arif . l''aaS nt"iintuwa