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ABGUS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOliE (t 14, 1 891.
Uetnrtl.od scd results wfcen
MS f-aii taken; it is pleasant
to the taste, and acta
ronit'j on the Kidneys,
,ird Bywi-'I-". cleanses. i tuesys-
!; LStoaiiy, H colj9, 1h.!ad;
,! fprers ana currs uuuuuju
. i- its kmd ever Tro-
Mi!fair.? to the tasto and ac-
P to me ei,u.lu i 1 , ' y .
Kl trulv beneficial in its
JjVrcealia substances, its
rirrtllciit qualities commend it
jH and nave io
"" T- I, i- itnlA Flirt
1 . , . 1 L, nil lmHinrr H r-n rr-
Apv reliable dnierprist who
P. We it on hand will pro-
L it promptly for any one who
lies to try it. uo noi accept any
FIG SYRUP CO.
' , -RANCISCC. CU
ffi.ini - .
I 111 lA V V aV V J
to and Secono-tiand.
j-yrT:ittift. aTrnelft, rv.raps. .
Bi'kets. Fi iicil Boxes, Rn ere, and
everything necessary for school
Ir-taue Bjrni'9' elementary geography for
and 15 cents.
Jirv' complete geography for Guyot's inter-
.... Jll nnr
FSb' So. I arithmetic for Felter's primary
Tim can eave money by getting yoar school
C. C. TAYLOR'S,
1717 Second Avenue,
J. E. REIDY,
.rimianii miu di) .m an.
Ktclarm, Port Bvron. 111.
.-ITa IT! inWK. KRn-iw niH V,-lim.k.
"Ct'ltN uthPark. ,
n. j'-oil bar ni f corners.
a eutia.-es in o ff rent parts of the city.
Men' llr'f ftwe lin Clllri 1nDn.tmi.nl.
iiDawti for three first-class insurance coja-
Io03 Second Avenna. ovbt
HoDpe's Tailor Shop.
COTTiGS G BO V B
T-e Bet and Safc.t Saving. Bank and Sure
t2rear.'nMfMi' OTer the addl-
ou"ce niunber of bon.ee will tx
ri I If I4na4.pw.rd.
Y w a vr
!li FQURTH DM H.D $SJ! p KCIT1.
Abnract free wtth eTenr deed.
NoTaxes to Pay Until 1893.
joMS,an Opportunity cf your Life
I) iVT ,.!cure. lot -ore tbey a e all raid.
n-y to invent buy tonlay an5 Mcure
- w, ut juur cu .ice
bn"!16 Gr"Ie " B-Jiviiion Just platted
E I u Hottl Bn-. - loc.ted on
Olio-. ., uway, oeing aooai I
Id..., '',le,mm POMofflce. The land
"s11 ami shait.. -i.i. . ..... .
Ti ueauiuoj tree..
,1-fcaIrJtere "iCely ,1,ttatld ""-" d
GEO. F. KOTH,
at Jackaon Bunt,, ogee.
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When the Iron Work Will be
The mttriil ta tne Way and Will be
Erected MC One-Wheal the
Bridge Wltl be Closed.
N. C. Taylor, superintendent of con
struction for the Phoenix Bridge company,
who is t J have direction of the iron work
on the Twenty-fourth street viaduct, was
teen tbis morning in company with Lieut
Thompson, who bts the masonry practi
cally completed. Mr. Taylor states that
the iron material is on the road and that
he will begin work about Oct. 24, and
that in the neighborhood of six weeks
will be required to finish the job.
The 1 ridge will not be closed to trvrel
before Nov. 20, and it is hoped it will
not be necessary to close up more than
10 days then.
"We cannot tell when we will complete
the wc rk," Mr. Taj lor siid, "but you
may be sure we ill rush it as fast as pos
sible and you can say, if you choose, that
by Christmas people will be driving over
The Devil's Editor," a lively skit with
an excellent company of artists, was pre
sented for the first tim at Harper's the
atre last evening. There was a large and
well en tertained audience . The ' produc
tionisoneof those Tumbles constructed
for laughing purposes only and introduc
ing a n imber of comic songs and situa
tions. The cast embraces such favorites
as Mesxrs. Sheridan, Flynn, Djane, with
Miss Harrison as the leading lady. A
number of clever airs were in'roduced,
"The Picture Turned to the Wal'," by
Miss Reno, being received with particu-.
The reason "Saenandoah" will draw
crowdi d houses at the Burtis, Davenport,
Thursc ay, is that its every line and situa
tion is full of real human interest. lis
story, while not beiDg dramatically
"powerful," is one that thrills every be
holder. There is nothing (so stirring to
the blc od, nothing that so arouses the
average man as the sound of martial
music, the boom of cannon, and the rattle
of musketry. Thus, when we see our
boys in blue retreating with broken ranks
across the valley of the Shenandoah, and
Sheridan 20 miles away, who is there
among us that does not feel like spring-.
ing fram bis seat and crying, "charge,
boys, charge! on, comrades, on!" and
rash into the fray as the gallant Colonel
West rushed in, with his wounds yet un
healed and bis strength not yet returned?
A mari is not half a man who does not
feel the spirit of warfare rise high within
him when he witnesses a scene like that
The cable Filler.
Hon. Ben T. Cable last evening con
eluded an arrangement with O. H
Jewell of the Jewell Filter Company to
put the memorial filter at the water works
in the condition originally contemplated
by Mr. Cable. It is to be entirely satis
factory and reliable in all respects. Mr.
Jewel: is.now to provide another filter in
size a id capacity equal to any of the three
already at the works, and for their oper
ation Mr. Cable is put in two Deane
compound condensing engines with a
capac ity of 2.000.000 gallons a day each
Mr. Cable has also arraneed with John
Volk to enlarge the filter building annex
to the waterworks and to provide a brick
front, which will be a great improvement.
The changes will involve an outlay on
Mr. Cable's part of about $5 000 in ad
dition to what has already been expended.
but b4 is determined that bis first aim
shall x carried out that pure water
shall be pumped from the Rock Island
Th4 funeral of James M. Hastings was
held from his late home on Thirteenth
street at 2 o'clock this afternoon, Rev
Merrill, of the First M. E. church, offl
dating. The pall bearers wer. : Amous
Altamas, John Bogue, W. E. Davis, W,
R. Giaves. Joseph Hillier, J. R. Huber,
I'. was largely attended and the interment
w -a uadt in Chirpiannock cemetery.
Tha funeral of Roswell Richmond will
be held from his late home i4 South
Rock Island on Thursday afternoon at 2
o'clcx k. The interment will take place
in Chippiannock cemetery.
Tha funeral of the late Matthew Rie
pan was held from St. Joseph's church
this morning at 10 o'clock, Rev. Father
Mack in officiating, and was largely at
tended. . , .
Tha funeral of John L. Lindqutst was
hell yesterday morning. Rev. J. IL Kerr
conducting the aervice.
Tb3 Sam Atlee and Isaac Staples each
brought down eight strings of log.
Ths stage of water at the bridge at
noon was 1 00. and the temperature 44.
Tba West Rambo aid Verne Swain
came down and the J. W. Van Sant,
Vern3 8wain, 8am Atlee, Inverness and
We it Rambo passed up.
Cart t ulllaa".
The case of Pierson vs. the Rock Ial.
and A Dayen port Ferry coouaay is still
Oi trial in the circuit court, and it la
thought the evidence will ell be in and
the case go to the jury tonight.
Regalar Heathly Meeting lt Eve-
hiac r the Board of Edoeallon-The
The board of education met in regular
monthly session last evenins with all tte
members present, and President Carter in
Oo recommendation of the teacher,'
committee, tte salary of. Miss Mina G.
Howen, teacher of the eighth and ninth
grades at Building N. 4, was fixed at
160 per month. Miss Bridie M. Eean,
teacher of the school on Thirty eighth
street, 5 40, and Miss Maria E Simmon.
teacher of the first nri marv rnnm at
. 7, S55.
The request ef tbe drawing teacher for
models to the amount of $3.95 was want
ed, and nine dozen drawing books for
teachers' desks and for pupils unable to
buy were ordered. .
Truant Officer B. H. Kimball submit-
ted his report for the month, showing
that during the month of September he
had investigated 78 cases of absence, and
round 44 non attend d Is, most of whom
ave become enrolled and placed in
school, and had also arrested 13 truants
who were returned to school.
It wa3 ordered that ths salary of W.
. Cook, janitor at No. 5,be fixed at t45
per month .
It was ordered that the estimate of
Architect Ham matt bv paid when a
detailed statement of materials, labor and
extras is presented.
The finance committee was authorized
to negotiate the sale of $25,000. five per
cent bonds ou the best terms obtainable,
$5,0u0of which are to replace bonds
maturing in December.
I; was decided that ths tablet as in origi
nal drawing he replaced on Auilding No 47
Reference books for the High school
were nllowed to the amount of $100.
Bills were allowed as follows and the
American Book Company, $7.50; Hartz
& Babnsen, 15 50; D. & Heath & Co.,
$28.80; Charies Scribners' Sons, $7tt.80;
Port Byron Lime association, 65 cents;
E. G Prazer. BU rants- John T Vft-
sker, $3 56; Edward H Guyer, $20; C. U.
leiepnone uo, $33 64; O. O. Huck
staedt, $10 55; Fredenku Publishing
Co, $11 23; R. I. Lumber Co., $68;
Stewart & Montgomery, $36 02; O. A.
Barnhart, $14 50; R. I Gas Co.. $1; Will
R. Johnson, $1.50; C. C. Taylor, $3.33;
J. J. Lerch. $2; C. Fay Lynde (Adams
Wall Paper Co ,) $215.90; Adams Wall
Paper Co.; $77 35; Silver Burdett & Co.,
$14.53; Charles Smith, $3 62; 8. S Kem
bla, $1 90; Smead Warming and Venti
lating company, $600; C. W. Schreiner,
$307.35; High school, $10 60; Michael
Colligan, $6.11; Total, $1,571.64
At St. Joseph's church at 2 o'clock
this afternoon occurred the marriage of
Thomas Barnes, of ' Preemption, to Miss
Hannah Norton, of Milan, Rev. Thomas
Mackin officiating. They were attended
by Miss B. Sexton, of this city, and
James Barnes, a brother of tbe groom,
and immediately after the ceremony were
driyen to the home of tbe bride's parents
in Milan, where a reception is to be held
this evening. The bride is one of Milan's
most estimable young ladies, and tbe
groom a prosperous young farmer, of
Preemption, near which place the happy
couple will shortly take up their abode
npon a farm.
Ex Rtbbi Freuder was baptized yes
terday at the Chicago Hebrew Mission,
corner Margaret and Henry streets. Mr.
Freuder was the rabbi of a synagogue at
Davenport, la., three weeks ago, when
he became convinced that Jesus of Naz
areth was tbe prophesied Christ. He
renounced Judaism and has now joined
the Christian faith, but has not yet allied
himself with any denomination.
The little mission room was thronged
with Israelites, many of whom had come
out of corio8itv co hear tbe "reformed"
Jew. "Tbe Jewish faith of this age,"
said he, "is neither fish nor meat. Any
intelligent Jew cannot fail to find, as I
have found by study, that the Old Testa
ment is incomplete without the New, and
that Jesus was the fulfillment of tbe
prophecies of a Christ to come."
At tbis juncture an angry hiss escaped
from several men io tbe rear who then
left the room. "The trouble is," con
tinued Mr. Freuder, "that Jews despise
the christian faith because they do not
understand it, and they do not under
stand it because tbey despise it."
The converted rabbi was baptized by
Prof. Scott, of tbe Chicago Theological
Seminary. Prof. Curtiss, president of
tbe mission, and Layman Blackstone, its
superintendent, made addresses. Mr.
Freuder will remain in Chicago for the
purpose of studying theology, but in what
school he has not decided. Chicago
The case of Mrs. George Kelly, charged
by Isaiah Hart with carrying concealed
weapons and threatening to do bodily
injury, which came up before Justice
Cooke yesterday was continued until to
morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Highest oi all in Leavening Power.
. vuvinv ai an r.iecirieian.
UOethe WfM Rn ItThprtmaiitolt. " - wnll
a poet, and one of the curiosities of the
electrical exhibition at Fraukfort-on-tbe-Main
is hiB electrical machine. He, of
course, lived long before the days of dyna
mos, and it Is simply a glass frictional may
ehine, such as are used to draw sparks
from, or to charge Leyden jars in lectures.
The glass was in the shape of a globe,
which was mounted on an axle and re
volved by means of a wheel and cord. On
It being rubbed electricity was developed.
The wife of a drum major, a colossus, is
a dwarf. She is a despot. He has the do
cility of a child. When they quarrel she
orders him to put her on tbe table aud let
her slap his face. He lifts her iu his arms,
puts her on the table, bends his head, re
ceives the slap which she gives with her
might and then replaces her on the floor
with respectful terror. This vulgar parody
of the Samson and Delilah story would be
called by Courbet a real allegory. New
Perfume Inatead of Fornicate.
The practice of fumigating a room by
burning pastiles, powders or other sub
stances that emit a smoke is condemned
by a doctor, who advises in their stead the
pouring of eau de cologne or vinegar upon
a heated shovel, or the using; of a sprayer,
first charged with fresh water and then
fragrant waters, recommending especially
those that contain turntiue, extract of
pine, etc. Xew York Post.
Tha Latest Fashion.
Young Lady (familiar with museum col
lections) What are those South Sea Island
slaughter clubs for?
Dealer (blandly) Those are rjarsW
handles. Kew York Weekly.
To Dup.l Colds,
Headaches and fevers, to cleanse the
system effectually, yet gently, when cos
tive or bilious, or when the Olood is im
pure or sluggish, to permanently cure
habitual cont-tipation. to awaken the kid
neys and livtr to a healthy activity, with
out irritating or weakening them, use
Syrup of Figs.
California Farm Producu.
Con of production: Net profits: given
by a thousand farmer". Also hundreds
of questions answered about California
Sent free on application to A. Phillips &
Co . 105 Clark strret, Chicago, 111., or
296 Washington street, Boston, Mass.
B. Birkenfeld offers tor sale his entire
stock of books, stationery, confectionery
and toys, ice cream parlors and fixtures
complete. Also bis property for sale or
rent for any number of years to suit
FaDcy striped underwear sold by big
fxpfnw concerns at 75 cen's, Simon &
Voseiileld- r charge but 50 cents for
A handsome complexion is one of the
greatest charms a Woman can possass
Pozzoui s Complexion powder gives iU
A DREAM OF H4FPINE8S
Hay.ba followed by a morning of "La Grippe."
Eisily, and wbyf Because the displacement of
covering In bed, a neglected draught from a partly
c o ed window, an open transom connje- ted with
a windy entry in a hotel, may convey to yonr nos
tril, and lunxo tbe death-dealing b.a.t. Terrible
and .wifi are the inroads trade by tbis new des
troyer. The medicated akololic principle in
HoMteiter's ftomach Bitter, will ch ck the dire
complaint. A p -raistence in tbia preventive of Its
further development will absolutely cbeckmare
the dMit-erous m.lady. Cnmedicatrd alcoholic
stimulant are of little or no vilue. Tbe fut me
dian, is the Bitters. No less effic- cions is it in case.
of malaria, bulioi-snees. constiuation. rheumatism.
dyspepsia and kidney trouble. Tb.9 weak are
fsualiy those upon who n disease fastens first.
invigorate witu tne Bit' ers.
Reading or writing by artificial light
makes business for opticians, at tbe best.
People will do it, though; and that's why
they want good lamps.
A good central draft lamp is the
best susutitute for sunlight to be had.
Perhaps (lee'ricity may some dty dis
place them, but today, if you want the
most use ul. pretty and suitable thing for
a wedding or anniversary present, proba
bly a good lamp conys nearest to filling
I have bMh kinds 'hoee made to
sell, and those to do service.
G. M. Loos LEY.
CBIKS, SLaSS A LAsrs,
1009 Second Avenne,
Rock Island. -
Subscribe for Stock
In the Second eeries of the
Home Building and Loan Asso
ciation, of i.ock Island.
A saft-r and better investment
than Government Bonds, be
cause the loans are made only
npon established v aloes and it
bays more tban three times as
mnch interest besides the
amount invented and the profits
oan be withdrawn at any time,
Money loaned at lowest rats.
R. A. DONALDSON, Secretary.
Ornca. Booms 8, , 5 and 6 Masonic Temple,
J. P. MYES, M D
-DISEASES OF WOWS A SPECIALIT-
Residence, 148 Second Ave. Telephone Vo. 1900
.Office, cor. Second Ave. and Fifteenth itreet.
Hiirs; 9 to IS a. m. an 18 to 5 p. m.
TJ. & Gov't Rfrjort, Aug. 17, 1889.
ather calls forvnn ir.t,nn
nothing do wo find such comfort as
Rood warm mliiriT.nnit.
We Shall Offer for mala ho -
number of early . bargains which were
not secured in the regular way and
which are not again to be duplicated
when present lots are closed.
w e nave men's undershirts and draw-
rs ior 100 wnicn are worth more, also
line of colored anrl nrhfta i.n,i.n.. ok-
. ,, . . ...w. t4L tKJU
A.lOD a limited nnnntltn mi.ini 1
mixed shirts, sizes 34. 36 and 38
which will go at 39o each. '
Another lot of the "Swits Conde"
shirts and drawers, colors fawn, tan
and white (not all s!zr) hut nrnae n.
ha ve got. go at $ 1 each .
Men's endetwear in grey, white and scarlet, in
many grades where von ean tee a clear aving of
O'i per cent.
lot of Shetland and tan mixed fnnrv moi-inn
half ho e, a big jib at 20c perpair.
A great drive in suspenaers, were all the way up to 30c; this week
your choice for 1 2c.
1712. 1714. 1716 1718. 1720. 1722 and 1724 Second Avuudb.
Oak e sales, something new.
Jrape tissue paper is used for all kindf
of fancy work.
Ve now have a large stock
So. 9 drawing books.
Chamber Suits, Side Boards,
Hall Stands, Parlor Suits,
A fine Line in the Newest Styles, the best
A ssortment Ever Shown at lowest Prices.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT,
1811 and 1813, Second Avenue, EOCK ISLAND.
Dr. McKai's Celebrated Cough Syrnp,
The very beet prcpiratton made for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, and all lane and
CURES LIKE MA.GIC ! -
Good alike for children and adults. Two .'res 10 and 25c,
Thomas' Celebrated Kidney and Livar PILLS.
These pill, aref ist taking the place of the more expensive remeJic. f jr all kidney sad
JfJ'Y"' Becan8e tneJ re easier to take, cheaper In pr'ce and give tetter
Give them a trial. None equal them. The
mai', on receipt of price, SS cent, a bottle. Hade
- Special Shoe Sale
300 Pair Men's Shoes,
250 Pair Ladies' Shoes
REGARDLESS OF COST
Men's Tan Colored Shoes,
Ladies' Hand Turn Shoes,
Ladies' Hand Turn Shoes,
Ladies Hand Tarn Shoes,
Remember there is only a limited amout of the above bargains, so come ear.T
Central Shoe Store,
1818 Second Avenue.
Expose yourself unnecessarily. The
early cool weather calls for prompt
protection. Our special rare bargains
for this week should be especially
Ladies' natural grey mixed wool
vests and pants, silk binding and silk
embroidery only 47o each for all sizes
Sanitary grey mixed ribbed vestsiand
pants at 50o each. , . .. . i . , . .
Ladies' white and grey wool jersey
ribbed vests at 75c, worth $ 1 to $ 1,25-
Ladies' all wool scarlet knit and rib.
bed vests at $ 1 , worth up to $ 1 .50.
All prices and qualities of ladies
vests and pants on which we can show
in many lines a saving to buyers of at
least 25 per cent and in some instances
Children's white mer" no vests and pant, begia
mall size, at 10:, rising Sc each s'ze.
The natural wosl trey shifts commence small
tire, at 14c, larger tire, bat slight advance.
Can't mention them all. Come and seel
Watch for our
Second Ave. Telephone 1216.
proprietor will forward them to any address kar
Rock Island 11L
Regular Price S3.00; reduced to 12. 2
&504 0O; .;,. 7
6.00 5 50;
" 4 00; .
" 2 60;
" 3 50;
" 4 50:
Elm Street Store,
3929 ratb Avenar