THE ARGTT3, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1899
McCASKilLN & McCASKBIN,
Attorneys t Law.
, Kork 1I.-icd mnfl KV.ma. Eoo TsUoa Offlee
orcr Kreil A Mta Bioro Miia offlea on
B C ClJU-ttlXT. B.D. OOMAIXT
CONNELLY fc CONNELLY.
A itorcey At Lw.
Money loaned Offlce cjer Thorn u' arng
,re. corner of Secotd atoh-a u4 Beteo-
JACKSON & KUBST,
Attorney t Law.
l)3ee In Rock Island NtloomI Ban Build-
WML. trDOLPH. BOBT. . BBTKOLM.
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS.
Money to loan. General legal bu!ne No
tary public. 1706 Second enue, Buforo
I. D. bWtlKIT C-t.W4I.KBA
SWEENEY A WALiCEK.
Attorney, and Coattallor, B Law
Office In Dengston Block.
O. B. MARSHALL,
r. j. rART.ie.
SEARLE & MARSHALL.
Attorney, at Law.
Transact a reneral !ega! Vjs'ne
McENIRY & McKNIRY. .
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on pood secarltr; irake eollofl
lon. Kef-srncc. Mltclell A Lynda, banaer.
t.mce, Mitcbth A Lyntle building.
JOHN K. SCOTT.
City attorney of R cit Island. Koom 4
AiucbeU & Lynae builCiog.
F. H. FIRST. M. D.
Pbyni'ilan ana Surgeon
Phone 4 on !?. Olee. 8J Twentieth
,-reet. O.noe bours: if to 12 a. m.; ! 4M
5i,"p.m. bunaay, 8:30 to fc.30 a.m.; 1:30 to
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
Serial attention to disease, of women and
CMidrea, aiwj dbewes of eye, ear. tun and
m. )tl SKtcetitb street, Kock lalanJ.
t. B. BCKKHAUT, M. D . . .
ia HAl.A M. BCHCBAItT. M. D
DUS. BURKHAUT & liURKUART,
Office Tretnann Hock. Office tours 8 WIS
a m.. I to 5 aod 7 to v p. re. 'I'fcoce No. w
Kock Island, 111. MgU call, auawered from
C. T. FOSTER. M. D.
Pbyaiolan and Surgeon,
Offlce between Th'.ru and Fourtn arenue, on
Twentieth btreet. Oftlcjfl bourn: 9 to 11a.m.,
tto4p ru. and 7 to V p. in. Night caU, from
office l'bone 10M.
DR. S. H. MILLER.
Veterinary Surgeon And DectUI,
AU disease, of horses and cattle treated on
approved principles. Surirlcai operation, pei
furmcd In a s-'iu.l.CC manner. lo? treated.
All calls proitpny uttt-id.vJ to. Kesldem-,
luM K-ftJi avenue. Ti-Irpbone K1. Oftlce
,r-.d Infirmary. ieir-lW Kourtn avenue
(Maucker'a stable), opposite No. 1 bro bouse.
DR II. EMMET STEEN.
Specialist and exrert in the treatment oi
nerTOua. private and all chronic diseases of
men and women.
Hours: 10 to 12. S o 4, t to Sunday, 10 to 12.
Harrison and Second atreeta, opposite new
DR. M. A. HOLLINGSWORTH,
OfT.ee. narper Bouse rbarmacy.cN'.gbtca2
phone 3ol. '
PR. C. W. GRAFTON.
Rooms IS and 15. Mitchell Lynds cnlldln.
OQlce bor, from C to U a. m. and lio I p. n.
J. T. TAYLOR.
Offlae hour S 30 to IS a. m . I:S0 to 4:80 p. m.
n F.iEbteetio street. Opposite Union 33)ce.
DRACK A KERNS.
Arcbltecu And ?upertnt4mdaots
SB'.cner Block. Beeocd Door.
HENRY GAETJE, lrop.
Cat Flower, and Design, of all KlcaA
1807 Second a,nnA Talspbooe
itt' Ind-ar; Ple
nwi. re Hlind
jp-i H aSHjs a rx-ultire, civos it:itr.i r
tj La l.cf. Pr. Wil.iatns" Indian rii'Omt
K fc ramt rreiiar.-d for Zi!-sand Itch-
I'M lUK ft iba pri'-ate parts. Every box Is
warrant.!. tv tinit-rts. by xrail ot, e-
rtrt of p'lr-. Ml ct-iits an.l WlL' 'lf
WlkUf ttTU'iika CO.. i'repi. CicveUd. CCw
S Vd by al r Uaabtaa drocciata.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
r-HICAno. KOCK ISLAND & PACIFIC
Railway Tik.ts rati lm irjrtrbsd or
bavtratre checntd at It 1 I. Tweiiiir-h vireet
depot. r ,.. K. 1. it 1. apot,-.rti.T Fifth ave
uuvt ami Tiiiriy-lir;t street. Kraalc 11. i'ium
IeiiV.r Linii'l iUUiab .
Ft. VVortu. UenveriK.C
flinch. i and Oes M.in
; 'c-.aha i MtneaooiS ...
Uiu:ib'i Ues Moins Kx .
;i-iiv-r. Liocoin .v Onjaba
Denver, i incoin i Omaba.
Des M..ine I Express
K3v-k Is'artd & Bureau Ac.
St. Paul K Mnnep..iis ...
I.'ever. Ft. Worth i. K C
CKaDsas Citv Stjoeibnvr
1 1 to ok Inland & U'abinirton
Cbioatro Oi Wet Lif.eriy.. .
Pock Inland cl Brooklyn A c
iOmaba ii holc Island
?: K) am
.!: r ia
; " ih pm
uaiiy except saluru
lay. A.l otbers Uai.y.
1L"KI.IN' ITON frOITE C. IS. i Q. RAIT-
n jy IietKit f'irst avenue and Sixteenth
street M.J Youctr. eifent.
I.KA V K AHK I VP.
St. L. Srriot'Ileld IVorla.
Hur. Cuin vsa Monnnuth
Chicago. Ster.lng Clint jni.
Pi-or:i. l!':irdtO"n. Bur
linf-n. L'Pnver aiM el
Bt. Pa:l J.li' reaooii.
Sierhu -. 'linton Uuiiuq-ie
S' L. K'is :.. UennT &
l'ac. :oat via (.a esljur
1" pm fj.'-n am
Diiy e--C"ept Sunday.
'II'-A';o. Mir.V.'AfKFK & ST. PA PL
r.ui-.vav- Kacin-A: SoutLut-Ntern Ii . iion
Depot '1 v. en-terii strfPt. Dt'iwt?ea Firt and
Second avtriues. W. W. Hrecklcnde. Aeni
TltA INS. l"l HAVE. I AHUIVK.
St. Paul Hvprvs
FreltrLi and acorn
Daily except Sunday.
7 At am S':l.r, pm
4: pm 1 1 : am
am u :i am
l?Oflf ISLAND & PFORIA RAILWAY
Dfpot f irnt avenue and Twentieth street
M. A. I'atttrsou. General la'Seuter Att-nt.
ria. etc ' '10:19 pm
P..,.ri:i Siirllit'Iipld. hL I.
is. etc .-05 am G.40 pm
Accom M.( Kr.'itrut l::iO am
I','ori. Suriafctlcld. Cincin
nati l:4)i pm 1I:1." a ir:
Iejria Accom Freight 7:IO run l:ir, am
Sbcrrard Accommmiiitlou. S:i am 4:"iO pm
C.'anle A cconim .cation t-:H am 2:ii pn
Cable r.h-r arl AC4'om . . ::: pin ,:-V, Bin
Pa-sentrer trains leave C. K. I. & P. (Moline
avenue depot rive ." minuies earlier than
la-:: l.,'ii. Trii:s iiidrkel dally, ail otjt-r
trains Qau except s -naay.
(2 Peoria Railway
FAST and SOUTH.
Leave Rock Island.
' C. II. I. 6i P. Depot 8:00 am 1:40pm
" 2oth Street Depot 8: a m 1:45 pm
Ar. Peori.i I!:30 :i in 4:55 p m
' Blootiiiuirton 1:17 pm Mpm
" Sprin;ield 3:15 pm 8.00 pm
' D.;catur 3:20 p m B:30 p m
"Jacksonville 7:50 pm
"Indianapolis 6:10 pm 3:30 am
" Terre Haute G:2a p m
"St. Louis 7:n0pm 6:S0 a m
"Cincinnati. P:uSpm 7:10 am
" Kvansvllle 9:35 pm 8:25 a ra
" ljiilvllle 7:30 a m
"Dayton 10:23 pra 9:00 am
"Columbus 1:30 am 11:35 am
"Nashville 2:00am 8:10pm
" Ctattanooga 2:35 p m 5:55 p m
" Atlanta 7:30 p ra 10:30 p m
Lines east of Peoria carry through
coaches ami sleeping cars on night
trains to principal cities.
M. A. PATTERSON.
GmTI Tas. Airer.t.
Kock Island. IU.
M If S?
Best Dining Car Sar;ice.
In '.l its e'xri's t .ere
eliouid be c!ja.:aes.
Elj's Crocni CIin
c'eaii.-e.?nfI.i-L. .tr.I !:crua
t'. e & scm I r..-:.i-::nc.
It enrcs cstr.rrh an.l :: es
cny a co.d ia licad
Cream TSalm : j iart-J Into the nostrils, spread,
crcr the lncstinc and it ai'orbeL Relief is im
medlaleana a c::re follotrs. I; is not drying doe,
not produce sncci.n. Large S.r, 50 cents at Drug"
gists or by mail; Trial Size, 10 cents by mail.
ELY BUOTUEKS, 56 Warren Street, New York.
John Voll: & Co.,
Builders : : :
ALSO MASCrACTCKES OK
Sash, Doors, Blinds and MonMIngs;
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
ing of All Kinds.
Single and Double Strength Window
Glass. Polished Plate. Beveled
Piste and Ar Glass
TRAMP ARMY FOR PARIS.
About 1,000 Hoboes Will Go to
the Great Fair.
fl. VESSEL ALEEADT CHAETEEEB,
Four Men Are at tbe Head of the
Movement Asenta Are Aow la
France Worklas Ip tbe Scheme.
They Wilt Forage For Tlielr Food
Carl Browne, who led the western
Coxey army to Washington, has trim
med his hair, doffed his leather coat
find abandoned all further attempts at
raising a new army. In Denver and in
Wichita he has for weeks been preach
Iny tbe ew crusade with poor success.
In his last speech he said that the
poor have too much work to give heed
to his "On to Washington" doctrine.
He thererore accepted the situation
and announced his determination tt
hereafter preach expansion, provided
be could secure audiences that would
contribute to his support.
Browne did not realize that the
Paris exposition had anything to do
with the failure of his project, and
yet such is the fac-L Some three
months ago four men, professional
tramps, and yet shrewd men in their
way, met in Topeka and Inaugurated
a movement that for boldness as well
as apparent absurdity has never been
equaled in this country, being nothing
more nor less than an immense excur
sion of tramps to 1'rauce for the os
tensible purpose of attending the
These men, Jared Yeoman, Sam
Mitchell, George Purvis and Michael
rel:iney. are well known to the tramp
fraternity of the west and south, hav
ing been frequenters of nearly every
tramp camp west of the Mississippi
river. They are not without money,
even though they were never known
to do a day's work. That they have
influence with their kind may be
known from the fact that they have
already secured the pledges of over
700 to join one of the three companies
they have organized.
After having shown a mass of cor
respondence fully corroborating all the
statements made. Purvis, who see
rotary of the excursion committee.
gave in detail the origin and plans of
those who conceived this scheme. lie
"1 assure you that our plaus ate
practical and that they will be fully
carried out We may not have enougli
means just now to meet all the ex
penses that will arise, for our num
bers are already greater than we an
ticipated when we started this move
ment. We expect to get together about
3O0 men who wjuited :t good time, and
we have already more than TOO. with
the certainty of having 2.000. Delaney
is now in Prance luoking over the
ground and mapping out our course
prior to our descent upon Paris. Here
is a letter from him in which he says
there will be no difficulty, ns he has
visited the cities of Ilochclle, Niort,
Poitiers. Tours and Orleans.
"We now propose to move In three
companies, crossing the ocean in as
many sail vessels, one of which wo
l'.av already chartered. Owing to the
prejudice that exists against us we
will make landing at three difltereu
pr.ints. Havre. Kcche'.le and Marseilles.
Tin.- latter is the greater distance from
Purls and therefore will be the first
point made. This company will be un
der my immediate direeti'-a."
"But do you not anticipate police in
terference?" was asked.
"Xo. I do not. I have been over nil
that country and know exactly what
wo must do. Of course we will not
travel in a lody when we land, but
will deploy over the country between
that point and Paris until we have rep
resentatives in Avignon, Valence, Ly
ons. Auxcrro. Sens and Meluu, enter
ing the big city in small detachments.
The company landing at Kochelle will
pursue the same course, covering the
cities spoken of by Delaney. who has
already made arrangements with local
men of the roving fraternity. Another
company will land at Havre, being the
first to reach Paris, although it will
be the last one to start. I will not tell
you the port from which we will sail,
ns this is one point which we do not
wish to become known until after it is
too late for the local authorities to pre
vent the congregating of such large
numbers as we will have.
"We do not intend to do anything
dishonest; but. you know, the men will
not go hungry when there is anything
in the country to eat. We now have In
the treasury more than enough cash to
pay the charter of one vessel and will
have no difficulty in getting all we
need. We intend to do this thing up
in style that Is, the style of our own
kind. Some of us may never come back.
Indeed we make our contracts for
crossing the ocean but one way. How
!o we raise our money? Look at these
letters. They all contain the advances
for anticipated expenses. You see that
we do business at more than a dozen
postoffices, not that we are afraid, but
It is more convenient. And then our
agents make collections every day,
which moneys arc added to the general
This movement Is most unique, and,
while it may not reach the proportions
anticipated, it is as likely to be greater
in volume as smaller, for many who
follow the profession of tramp will
work wheu there Is sufficient incentive.
Yeoman is now in the south working
up this movement, while Mitchell is in
Colorado engaged In the same occupa
tion. Upon inquiry at the proper places
it was learned that these four men
were londed for tbe sum of S4.0O0
each, and as soon as the collections
react $12,000 they must give further
1 bond?. They are the fathers of the
enterprise, but ihey are not trusted.
I It wa.3 eo great surprise to learn that
this movement originated in Kansas
and that the leading men are Kausaus
so far as they are residents of any
etate. Information from other sources
confirm all that was said by Purvis
end leads one to lelieve that the move
ment is of greater magnitude than rep
resented. These men do not seem to
care for the usual things that Interest
tourists, but seem inclined to try the
, ways and manners of an older country
' regardless of the strict police system
that prevails. There will not be much
individual money in the three several
companies, for. having their passage
and food paid for, they will depend al
most wholly upon their methods as
practiced here. They are careless of re
suits, either personal or political,
claiming that Frae is a part of the
world that owes them a living.
Those who are cognizant of this
movement are watching it with much
interest, being anxious to observe the
results of a transplanting of an Ameri
can system to an older country.
Providing for the use of inverted key curb
Ciieks una T MM Kle valves in cumiecuuu
ith the tapping of city water mairs.
He it ordained by tbe city council of the city
of Kock Island:
Sec. 1. here shall be a stop cock placed In
rrpi v Httachtnent lo main. 1 teral or extension
of service supply ia street, under t.e side
walks, within one loot ill curusi-mr; iu ai eys.
with u one foot of the side lines oi sue,
Kac-h house shall have a separate stop cock
ihe hitter five left below KraUe nnd with a tee
ii-:irl of u-I form size to be inclosed in a sub
stantial iron casine cominu to trrade with a
t.t'ht tittintr ron cover with th word water"'
or letter -w" cast on said cover. Tbe special
kind of cock to be used in this work tor ser
vices from to 2 inclu-ive. is t lie inverted
key curb stop cock. Iuividk a sand cap to )ru-
tet't iuir imm un unu cm im w u m
H. M. pattern, or some otter equally us .-!
and suhiect to tbe approval .f the superin
tendent of tbe waterworks and the plumbing
l h'se cocks are to be mad from red brass
metal, thoroujrdlv tested nd guaranteed to
star.d -JX lb bvdraulic pre-sure The weights
of the different cocks from 'i'" to f inclusive
shall not le le s than ihe following:
'." inverted key curb stop cock for I. P. 1 It
'" inverted key curb stop cock for I. P. 1 It'
V inverted kev curb stop cock for 1. 1. I
1 Inverted kev curb stOD cocl: for I. P. 1 lb.
I '4 "Inverted key curb stop cock fori. P. 1
lb. I oz.
1'i 'lnverted key curb stop cork f or I. P, 1
lb. 3 oz.
2 'Inverted kev curb stop cock for 1. 1. 1 lb.
For fervice conneclious 2'4" and 3 " there
sb;ill be used a brass tee head state valve, t j
be enclosed in a substantial iron eustinsr. com
inir to trade with a tit'hl tlttiuir iron cover
with tbe word "water or letter "w cast cu
Sec. 2. Any person who violates any of the
provisions contained in this ordinance sna l
be lined not less than ten dollars tl() or more
than one hundred dtllars (lu0) ft,r each of
S.c 3 A 1 ordinances and parts of ordi
nance s inconsistent with this ordinance are
sec. 4 Ttis ordinance shall be in force ii:
10 days after its letral passage and publication
Passed lov. issn.
Approved. Wiijjam McConkthir. Mayor.
Attest: U. C. SsciiArt'KU. Cierk
LITTLE MEN AND VVO-
MEN-BA B YL A N D.
With the 1900 volume, enters upon
its twent v -fourth vear. The lest au
thors and artists continue their con
trihutions to the delight of the little
people lor whose instruction, amuse
ment and entertainment their best
endeavors are put forth. Some of
the srot d thinxM in tiie new volume
are TWOXKW SERIAL STOR1KS
A Little Prince and Princess of
"Eg-vpt: A Lnni' Time-Aj'o Story,"
bv Oliver Harper. "The Adven
tures of Spotty," by Kate Upson
NOTABLE ARTICLES: Play things
That are Alive" ( in six parts), by
Judith Solis Cohen.
"Some Famous Animals.' bv Cora
SHORT STORIES: Mere than the
usual number of short stories writ
ten bv men and women who "know
how, "and there are very many pic-
lures to illustrate these.
TIIE UA1JY LANDERS are entertained
everv month with dainty verse and
pretty pictures by Margaret John
CRADLE SONGS OF MANY NATIONS
tell, in twelve parts, how the wee
babies of other lands are sung to
sleep everv night.
And there are various simple oc
cupations which suggest to the
mother ways and means to keep ac
tive little fingers busv.
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