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THE AllGUfe, MONDAY, NOVE.MUKR :;!. 19 J.
roth tLo metl.- ! nnJ results rLen
fcjrup cf w iaken; it is pleasant
and rcfresiiii::? t the taste, and acta
Ipen'Jy yet promt-fly oa the Kidneys,
Liver and Jewels, cleanses the sys
Uera fCLvtuaiJy, dispels colds, Lead
,r.ches and fevere and cures habitual
conrtipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy ot tta kind ever pro
duced, p! easing to the tasto and p.c
rrptaWe to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agrecahle substances, its
mr.cy excellent qualities common! it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
(Syrup of Tigs is for sale in 50c
End 1 bottles by all leading drug
pists. Any reliable druggist who
i::ny not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wi-hes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVtlU. KY. f.w rCRK, H.Y.
HAND AND HEART.
E. D. Terry and Miss Jean B.
Haines Joined in Marriage
THE CEREMONY AT EUSHNELL.
Tk Popular Conductor on the c. It. t (J.
Demtathe House of Itaoh-.lorUom and
Het oiuo a ll.ueillct-Description or the
r. ruouy-The Happy Conplr.
At the residence of the brid parent.-
Vir. r.td Mrs. S. C. Ha rts at Bunnell
!a . fVedi.'-sd;-.y nicrning oceurr.d ihe
ins nil ge of iiits J.aa li. Haines toE D.
uf this ci'y. The groom is tbe
r conductor oa the ilor.h fti'iarrl
Lou. a poF.SfQv'i t run of the C. B.
, tL.1 the fo'lowing account of tho
, tfliir from the Bashnc-U li.cord
- r i.d wLh ittinst arid pleasure:
: wt (lii;r.g party, wUich rurubtrei
v.j s composed only ol rela
-t,d tLe mo-t inutnalu frit nds of ihe
atd green. The wtd iin ws
e, there fe.ng no maida, gn emtuien
BY HOME TALENT.
THE Pi.l ULr.
etioit-e kit in M'xier'n ad"n. Sl.POO to $t,on
i,i in LMiin' addition 4:ii t r D
in i'oll-ire Heii:hW i to 4 0
it. in K.,a wood I'nrk
a In S' line l ailduain 0 to 1.5m)
ttnmr Sne i"i!ence nronrrtr is eitv: pood In
vrjcmtM.le; hImo a number of ni onuses wLiah
su I hti ciie&p on long lun.
Soom4. Xi'chrU A I.ynde building, gronnrt
Oooc. tv rear of !? iu tii II A Ljrnde n&nk.
locall yonr attention to a few facts:
Tour fYi-Mcht is prireli s? the eyes reed pood
rtrr imnmiicT ncctu:le are I. tarior.s, yoil
Fl' .uldiot truct yonr ryevigut to irrtpinib!c
j.ailitr ol cheap meciaciee.
H D. FOLSOM
, a Pmr-t'.riil On:irian. ai d will take pairs t(
Ir in riv fit vourevejlor every defect of iion
a:itl will tuaraiitee a perfect tit in every case
Mi. Mm! b. mwmJ ;u. it. i n .11 er ..i
us".t or other atitndants. As the clut k
stttie: tt.eapiuiinieil hour Prof. E. M
Vt'cUoC st aled himself at tbe piano and
s:tui ( up tr.e Mendeis ohn wedd.nt;
ni' icj, and the bride od groom entered
ti'.t: f irlorJ, Ce6iEpanii;d oi.ly by liv.v G.
G. C'opliiiid. the cifi-ia'ioij clergyman.
SI. St Haines were a cream, corded si.k
y int with high neck and long sleeves,
tri;.!.-. ed in soil, snowy lt.ee, wearing no
j m ry rave a dkmond pin which was
u' r ve'.dini; g'ft fn m the groom, and
ca r i.g in ber hand a bouquet of wb.ti
UnJc's ro.-ts. Mr. Tetry was in full
;i i.'. Tne ceremony was pretty, but
m t ti.o elaborate, a rin heia u-ed and
Lis couple kneeling t-. receive the btrie
i tl. ri w hich conc'.udi d the impress. yu
As he hriiie and srom Were to depart
ot the 11 o due train, breakfast was
;V;:il soon after be ceremony, Prof
''wk.ifl pltjir.'; the brid d chorus fiom
Lohengrin us the company was sealed at
in: tuolts. The menu induced turkey
itb tire.-sitig, esca!lo;ied oysters, salaJs,
c !d meat", Ti getabhs, celery, olives and
oiher reli.-bes, numeious ainds or cakes,
f -uils i ;e en am and cr flee.
riiiuo alter trje nreakfast ;hc bride and
t rouai took C'irri.H:e for the train, and
mi; iiiijor pait of ire wedd.tf; pirty pre-
cudeii lum there to ctve them as cordial
a sePti oil us postitile . Headed by tfce
pieaeher and the urave and si vere pro-fs?-or
of niu-ic. tbey prepared themselves
with an abundauce of rice aod fuperan-
ti a .d f ot -Tear, and, at r .hi train h.d
lull, the Depot p'.a'.foroi looked as though
there hid rw en a severe storm of rice,
with an oec isional shower of dilapidated
The firct point Mr. end Mrs. Terry
w:il visi; ud their w.dding tour is New
Oilear.s. Tbetice th-y v ,il 't :o A.tinn
.a, Gi., ancl wi 1 vi.--ii other oulheru
3oict, re u:tiia4 by the w.iy of Cbiciz .
ind tbeucr :o A. rora, wh'TO they w ill
Visit Mr. Teir's mo'.htr, Toey will then
C uie to Ba haell for a visa, and will
arrive at home, a: 816 Ntctteen'b street,
(lock Kltijd. atiruit 1). n diVt 13
The bride, who i; better kmwn t l.er
rividibjhLT l.i :ri" ii-roe cf B rdie,"
was b sra and rerred in this ei y She is
a rh rminc T0'nr lmlv f n'i bichlv a. -
"True Blue" at Harper' Theatre Saturday
Klzht-Tbe Production and tha Char
acters. Ilirp'-r's theatre wis well filled on
Saturd -y nioht a, the presentation of
Ool, Hunt's "True Biue ' by ft company
composed of borne talent. The scene is
laid in the sou'b during -he rebellion and
treats of episodis of the was. Bes'des
glimpses of life on southern plantations
there are scenes on the battle fi 'Id and
one cf Libby prison, in addition to which
severd beanti'u! tableaux were presented,
the last one, "Lvvo'b Otlerlpg," being
particularly striking. The characters
were all well taken, the leading p-irt of
J ke Schneider being liken by F. 1
Hunt, who also eBed the roe of Kat
erina Duodergra b.r carrying both
through in a creditable manner. Misi
Anna Hinri.ih of S;.L,.uis. who took the
part of Ncliie Gror(r True Blue, on
short notice d'd very well considering
that she h id but a few hours to prepare
herself. Mrs. Frank N. II n as Nina
Wayne, a loyal ,i:l, w s well received
and demonstrated considerable a'diitv in
this line- The other chHnc.eis on the
Union side were: Gen. Mu ligan, U. S,
A., by E M. Wile x; Billy Black, a Un
ion scout, Giorge F. 2 finis; H;.rry
Wayne, a Union spy, Shermm W.
Searle; Col. Wayne. a planter,
M. B Ells ar;d ' Liable Nigger," Harry
Cosner of Moiine, ail of whom were well
adapted for their reaper tive parts t.nd
e chacq titted himself quite c.ediULl.?.
The leauing character on the Ccnfederate
si ie was that of G-orge Grover, a gutr
rilla chief which wa ailmiiable portrayed
by GoS3 Mil er wiote stage presence is
ea9y and showed a c'o-e study1 of the
somewhat difflcu't ch.rnc'er. Rdob
daverstiek as Matt D-.vis, Col. Wayne's
nigger driver was acorrded a good recept
ton, John O Day as Pat Ri'ey, a deluded
Iribhmia; Fred Hiiier as B.il Downs, a
guerrilla scout; Uatry H idsau as Dan
Sanford, a cucrrilla and Col, . J. Searle
as Gea. Priee of the confederacy all car
rying their parts through with much
ability. Little Lottie Jones delighted ihe
audience with one of her vocal juvanile
selections and responding charmingly to
several hearty encores.
oa tne wnoie ice enurlainment was a
pleasant one in every respect aad there
is talk cf it being repeated next Saturday
night, it would m douht be w 11 o gnt
a matinee ia the uf.erro.'n for
HAD A BIG TIME.
South Rock Island Democrats
SATURDAY EIGHTS JUBILEE.
Tha Torchlight Procession, Illuminated
Hamas and lion Fire -Made tha Woods
and Hills Kinjr AVlth Shouts and Xuthusi
asm The Creates! Night la the History
f tha Township.
The greatest celebration in tbe history
of South Rck Island township occurred
Saturday, when the democrats from tbe
south line of the city limits to Rock
river celebrated the d ;mocra ic victory
wi:h true democratic spirit. The torch
light procession included 0i men. who
msrchi'd through the pr ccipal streets
fro;n Aiken south, goinjj out on Ninth
and coming in oa Twelfth. The bou :es
along a'l the hihw ijs werj paily and
prettily illuminated, while the woods
rang with the echo a.d re-echo of the
shou's that went up from the txultunt
An immense bon fire was bu'it west cf
Ninth street and as cloie to the residence
of tTarry Bostcck a9 it could be ki .died
wilhout scorching It, ar.d from it aflitr.e
went up that illuminated tbe heavens.
The fire wa located whre it was, not
with any intention of offending Mr. Bos-
tock, but merely to apprise him of the
fact that thote ia ch .rg.; f it could stir
up as big a blaze as did those uudcr Mr.
Bostock's direction four years ao.
People from this city, t8 well as thoe
from Milan and South Moline, joined
the democrats of South Rock Island in
The Dissolution of the
NONPAREIL CLOAK CO.
Enabled us to buy 250 Jackets, Reefers, Coats at
about half price. We will open these rare bar
gains Tuesday morning.
Maty of the mngt ptyiish garments and b -si tnrrains are only
on cr two of a kind; and wiLt: Tmdoub'.edly be the first to eo.
This Lot ehows a variety of i.arly sixty different etyleg, beinr
almoi t a complete eainplss Hn". iV no vv ill hi the first ty eet
one cf these chcic-) coats at Hf y cents cn the dollar.
Wedtrsdvy nirnre from 10 tih 12 o'rl- c, sj"nui' e Turkey Red Table
Linen 14J a ya'd N inc aiitr co -c lituil if 5 j .rd.- to any oae cus
tomer. Friuay .ftemo"n w will :t!l t' i tliij R A I s d Vcstern Flannel at
CJeajurd Nor.e h'ii.' t.""i, HI jm.'n Ik' !i r. t to any oae cus'omer.
An- tiier lot el f tt inivy KJ ' n t'li'itii 1 7i 1 a y aid. al. dsy Friday.
Si'urday. h'l ilay, h it !.it,.5 15Th Towels a 6 a wto.
CvVe exi r et iroi.i 'he f et..ry n her lot o' Fioor Oil Clo'hs, if '.hey
auivc, li plate on sate jSiiurl.f m-.rtii.-.g at 14 5 a yard.
Me G ABE BROS.
1720, 1722 ani 172-1 Second Avenna.
comp.irbel. V.tr .u..ha:.ti
ell I; ciown to t'usliu.i! 1
been a ra'-e s; r con luc'i'r
Louis d)vi' on of th C. B
last 11 ye r . I!c is in
i alo q li e
on thy Si.
& Q ror the
favor w i h
STILL AT SEA.
Special Sals of
BOOTS AND SHOES
AT THE CARSE & CO. STAND.
George Peter, a carpen'er, residing cn
tenth street near the Milan car barns
dropped deud while m S oger's grocery
store on Eleventh street tbis morning.
The deceased had been aditg for some
lime and be .rt dlsiaee w s thecniseoi
his death, lie was 53 year- of age and
leaves a wife and four ctiiidren.
Coroner Iliwes was notifled f the
sudd ;n dea".h aud summoned a jury com
posed of E. II. B iwman, Jr , B. H
Kimball, J. B. Johnston, George Hush-
man, Phil Miller and S. D. Cleland, and
after hearing the Usiimony returned a
verdict r.f dea'h from hert dise-t&e.
The funeral will be held from St
Mary's chutch at 10 o'clock Thursday
morning, in charge of Undertaker
- . r s i l
H. D. POLSOM,
lewekr and Optician.
W. B. GRIFFIEI-
Sacc es?or to
GBIFFIN & KEATING,
No. 1712 First Ave.,
Rock Island, III,
Practical : : :
Gas Fitting and General Jobbirg.
trie r-: veli tig ptit l c at n la iiirna:e
frierids know hi-n to be s mm of s erlitij
toi'liudi penllemun. IheyhaveUie
best wishes md hearty c irigratulati ns
of this ciitcmutoty .
Ara ir.K the guesli at tbe weddiesj
whoe henies re a bread were Mrs.
Ma'y Titj, of Aurort. the groom's
mother, Mr. and Mrs Ira S.n th, f Au-
: rora, Mr. an 4 Mrs. John Hard ick, of St
i Louis, Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Crawford, of
I Walnut Grove, Mrs. 6. J. Nunemaker, of
Friend, Neb . Ms Minnie Waters, of
I Moult zouia, la , and Miss Madeline Mas-
ters. of L-swistown.
Tne gilts to tte eri'"e were not on ex
hibition, bi.t we have surreptitiously
learned that they are very numerous and
hRDrisome. anions them being a ceed to a
bouse and two lot? in this city from hsr
father, articles of bjautifull furniture,
exquisite pointings, silver.vare, linens,
etc , enough to stoek dining room aud
boudoir sivral times over.
Lowlcy'ii Cric)iry Store,
1 Oy 8fC((l Are.
Annual Holiday Opening.
On Friday and Saturday.
Nov. 25th and 23th we will hav
our "opening," which I shaL
try t make more attractive
than usual this year. On these
days especially I invite very
one who likes to look at eucL
a stock as mine to drop in. No
one is expected to buy, al
though cf course we will no:
refuse to eell.
Q. M. LiOOELET.
Beth Daj .
The Itluck liawk Stataa.
Worktcen commenced this morning to
place thy base in the east t iacgle cf
Spencer Fquare for the Diroick s'.a'ue of
Black Hawk, whieh will tie erected at
once, with hopes of completing it l1 to
morrow night. Commissioner Jackson
arranged a copy cf each of the city papers.
The Akocs, Union, Rock Inlander, Tri
City Blad-e and Vo'.k Ziitung, together
with Rock Island Illustrated, a map of
thy city, and some miscellaneous printed
matttr, as well as current coins and
post'ite, which wire placed in a box ard
deposited under the base.
CommiBfiorrtr Jackson expects to have
the dedication of the monument on
M. A. B'.ltOD, a switchman in the C,
B. & Q yijrds, had both feet run over
while switching kst night and was at
tended by Dr. Carter. Tbe right foot is
badly mingled, out the doctor hopes f
Sive it, while the left fwt is also some
Scotl .Leonard, the little son Orrin
Leonard and wile of South Rock Island,
met another unfortunate accident yes
terday by falling on an ice pond and sus
taining a compound fracture of the right
arm where be had it broken once before.
Little Known an to Whether liagley 10 id or
liid Not Hob tha Compaoy.
Alto jgb four days have el ip ed s n e
Geoi.: I liiyiey, the U. i ed titles Ex
press messenger, leit his e-r so mytenoua
ly in Diveopori ib.- ri.rn r was s nt
abroid thl he ha;i ro'.hed ttie co.XDt'nv
of a lrge niin of nionev. r.o more is
kuown at.'out tr.e tffiir than was then
knorto, eicvat th.it lijtiley tutned up in
Chi, ao and h-s r:ot even been uod rr
arrest or bonds.
As tta'ed in Tns A kg us on Saturday
Bagley went into Chicto, leaving tbis
city at 7.40 a. ro , and there explained to
the rffijiais whattv.r there was in the
the case, hut they have so fir kept it
strictly to themselves Al hough there
are many stories told as to bow he is al
leged to have gotten away with the
money all, or near".y so, sre guesses i r
imfiginative as th oflloials cf the express
company stoutly refusa to give any de
tails wtiatever in regard to the matter.
Ia this they my nifest a decidedly unrea
sonable spirit to say the least. As soon
as it was found that Bigley hi:d left his
car and could cot be Incited ia Divens
port, every effort was made to give the
fict to the press for publicity in the
hopes that he could be intercepted
iu Lis fight, but as eoon as
he was found matters boeame
altogether d fler&nt, and since that
movement not one word has been given
out that would in any way nliihten the
public, thoush eyery effort his been
made to lcrn the true story of the affair.
Outside the few cfHcisls 'who were con
cerned with what transpired, no oce
connected with the company knows any
thing about the matter. It now begins
to look as though the case would wind
up without auv further definite know
ledge of the affair, leaving the public to
draw its own conclusions.
k. a. ij'misay, late ot Ja. 3 engine
company, Kaltiaiore city fire department.
says mat me merno rs ot his company
have Used taxation On ia cises of
sprains ntid to ectfs ith mot gratify
mg results. Ii is the b"t. Oalv 25j.
As ft preventive of ttie grip, Uood's
SiTsapari.la has grown into great fs-vor.
I' fortifies the system and purifies the
A good, reliable girl as cook. Apply
to Mrs. Phil Mitchell, 720 Seventeenth
Richard Leonard, a young married man
of Sloline. 2(1 years of age, who his been
showing signs of insanity for some time,
was taken violently insane about 2
o'clock this morning, and after tearing
off alt bis clothes started to jump out of a
second story window. He was pre
vented from tbis by a ' watcher who
was silting np with him, when he turned
upon the latter and after running him out
of the house knocked down the stove,
broke the lamp which set fire to, the
houre, the rlre department being'1 called
out to extinguish if He was then
caught and rapped up, afterwards being
brought down here to the county jain.
He broke everything in the house he
could lay his bands on and is sow a rar
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp s Balsam will atop the cough at
CAKSK A CO 8
. .. 4.5(1
. .. 2.75
Yr:sh! & Piters' D cgoia Hand Turn and Welt
Dull dorg wens
" Donq-ol ".9 M. S
" " Mat kid top
Striblej'a Donirola hasd turn
Cloyes' " Welt
French & Hall's Cordovan hacd sewed.,.., ...... 5.50
Calf hand sewed 5 00
Bav State Calf Well 5,00
We G iajan lee tbe above to be lower thn.n ever before offered. Call
Store and inspect our gooos nu prices; wc uave a:sj a (,reat many timer u-
gains that ve are now offering.
Successor to Carse & Co,, 1622 Second Avenue.
t Little G.ri s tipir.ecca ia a L e tit a j me
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trt scott are keep.
ersol the r.ov. lictlitiu-e at band BetcU
M ch., arid a-e bleared ith a duui;Lt.-r
four yehrs old. LHt Ai-ri! she was likeu
down wit'i rot ases, fo'lowed with
dreai'if ul cough and turning into a Kver.
Doctors at home and at Dviroit noted
her, but in vvn, Fhe grew worse rapidiy,
uttd ihe was a mere "hani'ful of bonts.'
Then the tried Dr. King's New Discovery
8nd after the use of two and a half bot
tles, WHS completely cured. Thev say
Dr. King's New Discovery is worth lis
weight in gold, yet jou may get a trial
bottle free at hartz & Bahnsen's drag
Upon the solicitation of a number-of ur leading
Physicians we have secured the, agency tor the sale
of the celebrated Brotherhood Wine Co's. Wines and
Liquors, which are unexcelled for medicinal use.
We have the following goods in original pint
pieces to select from; who pay
4 ) cents to $1 for that which
you con get ot 10c ot
C, C. Taylors
1717 Second Avtcue.
Though Shoes can be bought
almost anywhere, and though
many cf our competitors de
clare th?t they und-reell every
one elfe. wp think the reason is
that sensible people understand
that we do furnish good values
for the muney
For every age
For all uses.
Shoe Store, 307 Twentieth street, Bock Iilaad.
Tare 1 atile C.nrt't
KorUinB Seidliun Clnrtt . .
Madeira. . .
Sweet Catawba IH-t
rrr l atawhn ltxft
Old Brotherhood Brandy
Old Cliorrv Brandv MW
Old Medicinal Port ltC
Old Sweet Delaware lti
Ex. Old Brocton Fort 1kT-
Also. Old XXXXX Emerson Rye 79 in original qts.
T. H. THOMAS, Druggist.
Ill 1 ff e Call It THE FAMOUS
Because we j F&M U3 for l ow Prices.
Intend FAMOUS for Good Goods.
It to I FAMOUS for Courteous Treatment.
Be FAMOUS in the Tri Cities:
As the best place to buy footwear. Our trade ia increasing
every day And here are the prices that do it:
Men's Goodyear welt, calf.consress and
Men's buckle sbrei 98c; good value $1.25
Men's rubber shoes. 4tfc.
Men's buckle arctics, 88;.
Men's felt boots and overs, SI. 95;
worth, 1 2 50.
L;d:es' dongola patent tip f 1.48: worth
Ladies' felt slippnrs 50c, 75c; and 99c.
Children's grain box top school shoe 98c.
Infant shoes, 28c.
Ladies' rubbers, 20c.
All are genuine bargains.
FAMOUS SHOE STORE.
108 W. 3d near Brady Davenport, Iowa.
G-. L.WYNES & CO.
We have this week received an impor
tatioc of French w hite china for decora
tion. ALBUMS Our line this yesr is fsr
ahead of anything we bnye
had in tbe past iu etyic. and
lower in pricj.
BIBLES We have a we 1 sebeffd line
ol the celebrated Holman
family bibles. Also Lis new
self pronouncing teacher's edi
tion. Call and examine these
acd our Oxford and Bayster
FRAMES We are this year a hereto
fore making a special feature
of our framing department
and prices are lower acd fin
ish is much improved. Ail
wood gewds guaranteed.
Note It Down.
D:sh PanslOtit 18.-, 14 st 23cl7qt27c
O. K Lanterns 45
Supi rior Wringers
Col Hods 23
Tea and Coffee Po's 10. 15. 20.125
F ower sifters - . 10c
Clothes Pins 12 oz, for 10s
Tooth Picks 3
Pie Tics .. 2
Pudding Pans 3, 4, 5. 7,8s
Silverware Trajs 8c
Tea S poon per set 5
Nickle Ala: m Clocks 83
Penny Backs 1
Slate Pencils 6 for lc
Geo. R Kingsbury,
Proprietoror of the Brady itrett
Eg O g 1 S '
All kinds of Cut Flowers conttnutly on hand.
Green Honge- Flower Stcre-
Central park, the IarJ?et In Iowa . 301 Brady treat, BTB?3rt, la,