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THE AltOUte. TUESDAT, KOVEMBElt zz. Ib9a.
' ,"'o 1 SZ&TMK
Both tlio trefoil and results when
Syrup of Fi3 is taken ; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts '
pentfy jet promptly on the Ividneya, ""'"""n. The statue which is the work
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the eys- of 11 CbieHgoeulpt,or is of t eroios;ze, and
tern effectually, dispels colds, head-1 mo :ned on a seven foot bise, the
aches and fevers and cures habitual to ! hiht of both s'atue and b3 being
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the 1 5 It is cat ved from Barrv.Vermint.
only remedy, of its kmd ever pro- Lr. , ite rd is the handsomest specimen
duced, pleasing to the tasto and ac- Lr.. . .
coptablo1 to the stomach, prompt fa 1 " TP JT U th"
its action and truly beneficial in its C: ' thft '"' the n'Pi"n
effects prepared only from the most! "li sk nk." repre-
healthy and agreeable subptaiiccs, its ; 8"ru,I'K implement s of 1 dia warfare,
many excellent qualities commend it e" ,,e 6''', K- f'e ths west and
to all and have made it the most m 1,r;' fta the hiii ucdaswl the f?ir.
popular remedy known. J 1
Fvnip of Figs is for eole in EOc ' ;
mil 1 bottles by all lea.ling driijj- e
fists. Any reliable drur-glst who
mny not have it on Land" will rro-!
cure it promptly for any one v. ho '
v.i.-hcs-to try it. l)o not accept any
U I ft . t
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
10'JISl'IU.E, KY. kew YORK, tl.V.
j. u. h"idv.
I OT8 rOB SALS .
hum mbrtU lot in Mtxter'a BdJ u, J1.000 l$l,ifl
lx) b In Lyin' addition 4 jO t S O
fcoid In Collt-pe HuiL'ht J.M to 4 0
ko-. in Ki!S! wood I'nrk 8 0
fcot- ia 8. line 1 addition i0 to 1.5 O
Some Bne tbi ler.ee prcprrtv tn t:y; good i i
Ti'HtnMrii; nl a number of nlc Cttlbtges whkU
an b n iu etieap on long time
Room 4. Mitchell & Lvtide baildicg, groai.d
floor, toa roar of H in bull A LyDde bi.nk.
To call your attention to a few facts:
Toir evesiElit Is priceles? the eyed need pood
ar lniuropvr rpectacles are n jnrionn, y m
niioaldrot truxt your eyesight to irrefpooenl le
peddlers of cheap spectacles.
H D. FOLSOM
t Practical Optician, arid will take pairs to
pr'perlyflt yonreyrpror cery defect or vi(j n
aiid will vcotiraiitc a perfect tit in every cat.
II the ld&ps in tb;3 diamond tjrur iorijt
appear equally b.'ack ia all the different
tk'ndi.i, :t indicates a drfect cf sig-'tt
thitt Ciiuyfit nervous teaJ-sche and shou d
W ( C.TO-. i.:d t or.i r. . Kycs t sif; J f rj.
H. 0. I0LS0M,
Jeweler and Optician.
W. B. GRIFPIKI,
Sacc tesot to
GRIFFIN & KEATING,
No. 1712 First Ave.,
Rock Island, III,
PbActioal : : :
Gas Fitting and Gcer&l Jobbing.
loonky's Crockery Store,
ltO S c.nd Are.
Annual Holiday Opening.
On Friday and BaturdaF,
Nov. 25th and 26th we will have
our "opening," which I shall
try to make more attractive
thaD usual this yean On these
days especially I invite pvery
one who likes to look at euch
a stock as mine to drop in. Ko
one is expected to buy, al
though of course we will nt
refuse to cell.
G. M. Looslet.
TRUE TO NATURE.
Heroic Statue of the Famous
IT HOW ADOSNS SPENOEB SQUARE.
uoseriptloa of the MmRnlflcnt Oranlte
Xunmment Which Was Computed Last
Night Mr. Ulmick's Maalfleeace-The
Dedicatory Observa-eeee Next Friday
The Doner to be Remembered.
The work of setting the statue of Black
Hawk to place in the east triangle of
8enrr Square was completed last
n j.ht, and today the handsome ornament
18 'Be crJ,c r my expressions of ad-
w.r;tor st ttnU in
. nt; in tbe il.r.e:i n
of Ute setup-:
s :.a Kc. t-.en in Tut Altars prc
f y i' is in;; of of.e of li.K'.i
nil's oidett w bst known fotnu-r
r.n, O J Diii.ick. hot of Cbica.no,
tl.i'iizi ha m.kes bis hoine there
not fiii t LU old home and asjo-
Tu3 dun u ion of the monev for
; sU'u;: w.is ni-i.l;! !y :r. D.:cich by
dint; to the city a lot 1 icUed oa Third
! avt'nue wiih .ho u'ld-rttrndlns: thai it be
; so'J Mid the pricvcJs used in purchasing
a statue of the famous chief tan. It was
or 'er. d tome in.mths ago but was fia
unly a few d-js since and broueht at
oacc ( tb'.s city. I. wtil be one of the
m ;.l ii te'is;;n rtminijceDt attractions
ot Hie city w hich is to cl..Etly identifled
wi.h the life of !he rottd chief and also
an c-nduriaj mark to the public spirit and
generosity of the donor.
Tba Iadiea.tory Exaralsea:
The deiliciti'.n of the status will oc
cur on ixxi Fr;d y tveuine;, when suit
able ixcrcises will take place in Spen
cer Square. Fire works and a pro
gramme for the occasion will be ar
ranged and it is ictnnded to make it a
Among the proUc luics which have
betnor.lered cspeunlly fr the evenini?
will be a feature appropriately d:s play
ing the a'i.rc(itlve spirit on the part of
our people toward Mr Di nirk There
will be do fpech making or anything of
the sort, the plan licirt; to mirelv have
th ; unTeilint: cen mony amid a bl'ire of
fire and libt.
Geotge" I. H g ey, the mysterious mes
senger of the United Sta es Eipress Co ,
who has had so much notoriety duriag
the pmt fe-w days in connection with
tne $100,(00 express robbery, was
brought back to Davenport last night
and lodged in j -til. He, like the express
company official, would say nothing
about the matter any more than to say
be must Lt ve been czy when he did
it- He was ndic'ed today by the Scott
county grand jury, which is now in ses
sion there, charged with larceny by em
bezz'ement. and was held in bonds of
f 5,'(j0. He asked time until tomorrow
to arrange b;s plea, when he will proba
bly go before the court.
V. M. C A.
The Y. M. C A. will keep open house
on Thanksgiving ay, with an entertain
ment ia the afternoon for young men
ad a musieaie in the evening 'or both
ladles atd gentlemen.
Tbe bowling alley has been floored and
will bj usctl as a shooting gallery during
the afternoon. All young men will be
The union Thanksgiving services this
year will be held in tbe First Baptist
church Thursday morning at 10 33 Rev.
W. 3. Marquis will preach the sermon.
As has been customary for several
years the offering of the day will be given
to the Lidii's' K-'lief society.
'Our Irish Visitors."
The Burtis opera house for Nov. 26,
27 and Sunday matinee announces tie
popular musical comedy, "Our Irish Vis
itors," rewritten with many novel and at
tractive epeciJti-.-s. tsam J.Ryan, who
was one of the stars last season in
"O'Djwd's Neighbors," and is a general
favorite, Lottie Gilson.who ia well known
and popular with all audiences, Frank
Dayis, Maurice Holden, Lillian Jerome,
Lena Loraine, Annie May, Jennie Ktn
drick, Ida Massey aod John R. Cumpson
are ia the cast. Little Johnnie McKeyer
a yiolinist six years old, is also billed.
Be reads the most difficult music and has
gained fame as an improviaer.
and clean your mouth afterward with
SOZODON C and your teeth will be in
condition to do their work for years
Thousands of dyspeptics bolted their
food because tbey had no good teeth to
masticate with. Chew fine, eat slow, and
use SOZODONT '
A good, reliable girl as cook. Apply
to Mrs. Pill Mitchell, 720 Seventeenth
LiUcaxntous and Action Before the Council
At the meeting of the city council last
evening an ordinance waa adopted pro
viding for the opening of a street south
of Seventeenth street in a westerly and
southwesterly direction to the Mississippi
AboUjililng' Star Chamber Methods.
Iu the mut er of the new grade to be
established on Thirty-eighth street, there
as an animated discussion, several of
the aldermen cxpr?S!-io a desire that the
matter be laid over until the next regular
meeting, in Older to allow them time to
consider it. An ordinance was reported
providing for a storm drain f.-om Seven
teenth street east to Twent.y-fifih street,
which was dpt.ed Aid. Iluesing
moved tv at the clerk he iostructid to
ask for priv .to bids for tie work. Aid.
Corken was in favor i f advertising for
bids, as all wou' l then know and be t n
abled to bid if thvy wiaiicd. Al l Evans
was of the satna npmi-ia un 1 the former
then moved as a su-s'.ite th t the work
be tidveriisd for bids in tbe ffijial pa
pers, which w is adopted.
In the m-'.Uer of si-wra in Birth &
Babcock's a Uliiion Al 1 Hue in moved
th-it the cits clerk ! i-i : r;i.:' d to adver-
"iae for bi Is cn tm worR, w.iich v.,i CAr
ricd. The Tt rni'n il I'rojuct.
Tht commit:ci) o;i in!. d !jy 'ha Cil
:x ma Iaipovenanat a-"so Jaiion to lay
the ma'tor of th p--opo.se ; Tcrajitiai
company before i'u j ci'y cc.tint-.il cim
before that bo.lv List, nig'i. and Wiliiam
Jackson, on bi-bV.f of thi; cmmitiee, cx-
plaine:l the o' jt-ct as purely rne of in
terest the citv and not f'-T ind;vidtial
advant-iS'.-s. lie ws3 followed by Fred
Hass, who in detail txplainrd the orji-cts
and workings of the company and i-xs
plained the benefits th it would accrue
to the city In the event of the formation
of such a company. Both scnlliwn
urged the hearty ar.d tp.-cdy action ot
the council in the matter as ro time
should be list that can possibly be
avoided. The clerk then read an ex
haustive report of the city attorney iu re
gard to the legal right or otherwise of
the occupation ot First avenue by the
Rock Island & Peoria and C. B & Q,
railroad companies, which explained the
entire matter, reviewing ali the ordin
ances pat in relation to railways since
1S3S. By the adoption of a resolution
the matter was referred to a commiile-e.
Huggy Company LUectloa.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders ot the R e.k Is, aod Bug'y c m-
aany htM yesterday aft-rnoon, Frank
llixttT, John Crubaugh. Q orgs White,
Phil Mitchell. A. C. Dirt. I. S. Whi'e
and A. M. B aaesley wi re elected direc
tors. Officers elecud are:
Pnsolent Fratik Mu'er.
Vice President Juhr- Crubiugh.
Secretary and M-inaL'er George
i'r-iasurer Pail Mitchell.
Tbe res iU of the business for the year
was entirely satisfactory, an j it w-.s de
termined to increase the output of the
factory the ensuing year. Iu addition to
a very satisfactory trade in vehicles, the
company finds a large and increising de
mand for its patent adjustable pole.
Nov, 19 Cora B. W'adsworth to J. C.
H. Read. lot 15. block 1. 11. R. Edward's
First add, Moline, $3,000,
W. S. Goodell to J. C. H. Reui, lot 2
Terrace add., Moline. f l.
M. J. Cowell et al to J. R Griffliih. ei
nt J 14, 17, lw, t4,400.
21- Conservatorship of Bridget Mar
oney. New bond of conserva rix filed
and approved and sureties on old bond
discharged fri n all further liability.
Estate of Drury M. Grant. Appraise
ment hill and wdiw's award tiled and
approvtd. Widow's relinquished and
selection filed and approved. Just and
true acconnt filed and approved. Petit
ion for tbe sale cf real estate filed.
In sanity of Richard Ltonard Jury
impannehd and sworr. Hearing and
verdict insane and a pauper. Ordered
committed to Central litBine Hospital
and that be be temporarily restrained in
the county jiil pending his a 'mission to
St If rra re
Self praise is no lecommendation, but
there are times when oae must permit a
person to tell the truth about himself.
When what Le says is supported by the
testimony of o' tiers no reasonable man
will doubt his word. Now, to say that
Allco; k's porous plasters are the ordy
genuine and reliable porous plasters
made is cot self praise in the slightest
degree. Tbey have stood tbe test for
over 80 years, and in proof of their
merits it is only necessary to call atten
tion to tbe cures tbey have effected and
to the voluntary testimonials of those
who have used them.
Beware of imitations and do not be
deceived by misrepresentation. A-k for
Allcock's, and let no solicitation or ex
planation induce yon to accept a substi
tute. The Spoils of War.
First Citizen So he punched your htadf
Second Ditto (with Lis bead bound nnV
Oh, yes, rather.
First Citizen Bat did nothing come cf U?
Second Ditto Nothing come ol it Wh
look at my bead! London Glob.
The Central. Pacific railroad baa some
monster engines in use on tbe western end
cf its route those made at the Sacramen
to shops in 18S3. Each of these gigantic
locomotives weighs, exclusive of tender,
133,000 pounds. St. Louia Republic.
SHE SLEEPS WELL.
Mrs. C. A. IILakenli-j Paases to Her Best
A Death That Will Carry Sorrow to Han
Mrs. C. A. Blakesley Diwed away at
her home, 2230 Fourth avenue, at 8
o'clock last evening. Mrs. Blakesley had
been quite ill for 10 dya. but her condi
tion was not resarded as al&rming until
yesterday, whea a consultation of physi
cians was held. fcue seemed to uave
pasted beyond the pale of human skill,
however, and at the hour stated was
overcome by tbe sleep whose awaken-.
ing is eternity.
Mrs. Blakt-sley'a maid.-n name was
Mary Louise McDonald, daughter ot Mr.
an. Mis. II. A. J. McDonald, with
whom she had made her home since
her marriage to Mr Llakealey, Aug.
21, 1891. She was bo-n in liock Iil
and Jv:. 4, 1870, was rcired ia tbe
city, attending llae e,u lie schools and
developing those trails that are essential
to tht; character of noble womanhood.
She was a ocvottd member of thv Bro;.d-.
war Pre-sh'eri-.n church itid an active
worker of Itu h's ba'td a- d other aux li
ary Foctclit s of .bt ch:;ivh.
Siie lt'dV.s -.vitlj her utisb .ud an infant
sor, wi.ii" !ir pirt-n', t -g-'hi-r with l.er
sis t-rs a: d bro h.ri. clsj survive her.
Sue hu '. a -if'-Ht, u: nv friut-.ds whos :
he rts v.-ji: b.:-j.id m d tiy berdea'h.
Tht f .n;rnt will be held Tl.ast-laj
arii-rLO.-n at 2 o'clock.
Helping Out an Actor.
Mathews w.-is nlvrnvs letter perfect, and
severe with the forgetful ones. Here is an
Instance: I was once playing in Kilinburph
in "A IJaclielor of Arts." A certain actor
was cast for the part of Adolphus. Math
ews, in the play, was Lis tutor. It was
necessary for the elucidation of the plot for
Adolphus to tell the story of Lis life to Lis
tutor. Ihe scene arrived. He did not
know his part. He started and stumbled,
started again and stumbled worse, until at
last, thinking to ftet out of it, he turned to
Mathews and said, "Well, er if you come
into the next room I'll tell you the story."
Mathews caught him by the coat.
"Sit down, sir," Le cried, "sit down.
There are some ladies and gentlemen in
this bouse tonight who would like to Lear
you teil that story. Never mind me. Go
"Well, er " began the youth.
"Just so," said the irrepressible comedi
an; "you wanted to tell me that you were
"Yes," faltered the youth.
"And that after spending a few years"
So Mathews filled out tbe whole speech
for him. When Le hud finished be turned
to the young fellow and in a voice of
"Now you may go into the next room I"
Henry Irving in Strand Magazine.
Moltke'a Short Speeches.
There are numbers of good things in the
fifth volume of Moltke's niemoira. It is
told, for instance, that as the king's birth
days successively approached, there used
to be beta among the officers and the gen
eral staff as to Low many words Moltke
would use in proposing the toast of the
day. Some backed a nine word speech,
others put their money on eight words.
Moltke's habit was to say, "To the health
of Lis majesty, emperor and king," or, "To
bis imperial majesty's health." In 1884 aa
oyster breakfast was staked on the mar
shal's not using more than nine ward a.
But because be began with the word
"Gentlemen" the bet was lost. The loser
comforted himself by saying, "He's aging.
la Moltke; La's getting loquacious!" Pall
U gh priced competitors disregard
well established law of pbvs'c9 when
they buck ag-tinst Silwion O l. It is
the best and cheapest. 25c.
pieces to select from; who pay
4jceot3toSl for that which
you con gst ot 10c ot
C, C Taylors
1717 Second Avenue.
Though Shoes can be bought
almost anywhere, and though
many of our competitors de
clare that they undersell evry
one eke. we think the reason i
that sensible people understand
that we do furnish good values
for the money
For every age
For all uses.
Eb Skr, 307 Twentieth street. Rock bland.
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.
Many of the most stylish garments and b.-st bargains are only
one or two of a kind; and will undoubtedly be the first to go.
This Lot shows a variety of nearly sixty different styles, being
almost a complete sample lin. Who will be the fire t to get
ore of these choice coats at Fifty cents on the dollar.
Wednesday tnorniDsr from 10 till 12 o'clock, genuire Turkey Red Table
Linen 14c a yaid None after coon a limit of S yards to any one cus
tomer. Friday afternoon we will nil the genuine-Red Mixd Western Flannel at
SJcayard. None before noon, 10 yards the limit to any one customer
Another lot of that bei-vy Ujc Co'tnn Flannel ?Jja yard, all day Friday.
Saturday, a'l day, nice large Bith Towtila at 6o a Diere.
S"Ve xoect from the factory another lotof Fioor Oil Cloths, if they
arrive, w II place on sale Satur av m irniag at 14 1 a yard.
1720, 1722 and 1724 Second Avenue.
Special Sale of
DHOTO AMR Q
AT THE CARSE & CO. STAND.
CAUSE CO'S !VR
rit-ht & Peters' Dcncola Hand Turn Ltd Welt ?4 00 $3.75
Dull (long welts 4.5(1 3.S5
Doncolas M. S 3 5'l 2.50
Mat kid lop 4.5(1 2.IO
Strci'ht goat 2.75 2.25
StriblejV Doceda hand turn
Cloycs' " Welt
ic. b. paTect l'p. ................... , . . o.uo s.i
Fretch & Hall's Cordovan hand sewed...... ......... 5 50 4 75
Calf hand sewed 5 50 4 75
Bay State Calf SVelt 5 00 4 75
We Quaiantce the above to be lower than ever before offered. Odl at our
store and inspect our goods and prices-; we have a!si a great many other bar
gains that Te are now offering.
Successor to Carse & Co., 1622 Second Avenue.
Think of It.
Over haif a million people die every
year, in the United State?, from Lung
and Throat diseases whicb alwavs start
from a neglected Cold or Cough. If you
are suffering from any of the above dis
eases try this rematkable Cough Syrup,
and you will use no other afterwards.
We have hundreds of testimonials from
those benefitted by it.
25 AND 50 CTS. A BOTTLH SAMPLE BOT
TLES 10 CT3.
Ask your druggist for Dr. McEann's
Irish Cougi Syrup. Take no other! One
trial is all that is necessary to convince
you. Sent to any address by express on
teceipt of price. Mtde only by the pro
Why ivo Call It the famous'
Because we FAM US for Low Prices.
Intend FAMOUS for Good Goods.
It to FAMOUS for Courteous Treatment.
Be FAMOUS in the Tri Citiee;
As the best place to buy footwear. Our trade is increasing
every day And here are the prices that do it:
Men's Goodyear welt, calf.congress and
Men's buckle shres 98c; good value $1.25
Men's rubber rhoes, 49c.
Men's buckle arctics, 983.
Men's felt boots and overs, $1 95;
worth, f 2 50.
108 W. 3d
We have this week received an impoi
tation of French white china for decora
tion. ALBUMS Our Hue thiB year is far
ahead of anything we haye
had in the past in style, and
lower in prici.
BIBLE3-We have a we'l selected line
of tbe celebrated Holman
family bibles. Also his new
self -pronouncing teacher's edi
tion . Call and examine these
and our Oxford and Bayster
FRAMES We are this year ai hereto
fore making a special feature
of our framing department
and prices are lower and fin
ish is much improved. All
wood goods guaranteed.
Ail kinds of Cat Flowe
One block norUof Central park. Uw la,
4 Bl !
4.1HI . 3.-J5
PiiXTOJJ. III.. Nov. 6. 181)2 T. H.
Thoma9, Rxk Island: Dear sir Pleat e
find inclosed po tal note for two boxes f
our wonr.erful kidney and liver pills.
Tbe pills that I got from you before did
me so mucb good that I can say they are
the best that I ever used, having cleared
away tbe gravel that 1 was troubled
with. I have recommended them to my
friends. Yours very truly,
Pixton. Ford Co., 111.
B x 299.
These Wonderful Pills are male and
ed 1 at 25 cents p?r bottle by
H. THOMAS, Druggist.
Lnd:s' dongola patent tip 1.49; worth.
Ladies' felt slippnrs 50o, 75c; and 9Sc.
Children's grain box top echool shoe 83c.
Infant shoes, 28c.
Ladies' rubbers, 20c.
All are getuine bargains.
FAMOUS SHOE STORE.
near Brady Davenport, Iowa.
G. L. WYNES & CO.
Note It Down.
Dish PanslOqt 18s, 14 qt 23cl7qt27c
O. K. Lanterns 45
Superior Wringers 1 85
Coal Hods 22
Tea and Coffee Pots 10, 15, 20, 25
Flower sifters 10c
Clothes Pins 12 ox, for 10c
Tooth Picks 3
Pie Tins i 2
Pudding Pans 3, 4, 5, 7. 8c
Silverware Trays 8c
Tea 8poon per set
Nickle A'arm Clocks 82
Penny Banks 1
Hate Pencils 0 for le
Tar Soap 4
Chamois Sk'ns 15
of tbe Brady street
ri constantly on ht nc".
, -joj Brsay atTe9l r,,eilp0rti It