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THE AliGUb. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER aC. 19'.
; i srid results when
taken; it U pleasant
t t;;3 taste, and acta
News Notes About the
roads in Genera I.
:;! ,a the 1Vlney8 iQ WW wirt be surprise
rkanif,lH tt U and other nation, as w
nwi.v, cispcis cows, head
; ,! lovers ami cures habitual
i :.:: i.'ii. f-yrup 01 I'iga 13 the
r, :;!.'y of its kind ever pro
1, j'l-.'.-ii:? to the taste and ac
Me to t!:s stomnch, prompt in
Lion, r." 1 truly beneficial in its
prepared only from the most
! v a:l ngrecalde substances, its
, c-xi'flli'ut qualities commend it
1 a;il have made it the most
Ir.r rrmoilv known.
mp of Fipt is for eale in 50c
jl'l'. t'Jcs by all leading drug
Any reliable druggist -who
r t have it on hand will pro
it promptly for any one who
- ti. try ii Do not accept any
li'JFOMlA no srnup CO.
fAV FRAHCiSCO, CAL.
A. NEW YORK. K.V.
THE POPCL Tl
! OT mil SALE.
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f d I'-irk
f 1 s- u.Iii
in 0.1 ;jl to l..'o
-1 ' c T1 P'1 i-n;vrtv in citv; eml ln
- o 1 11 .in'icr nf nice cultuns wtiicli
a;- on )oii lime.
'iv'u-ll A T.vnile tin'Mirg. groi:nJ
11' V 11 A l.jmle imrk.
1 o c h your attention to a ft w facts :
n't! 1 : tr-i-t
,t 1? j;ip''h-jf t!:e rye need pood
ur rwfsi'Tu w irrr.Npoin.fi
H D. FOLSOM
i! !(c cian. ard will tat?e yainf to
vniir I'yt e ftir every UGfect of ii.n
:T..u-i- m perfect nt in every cite.
I the '!i5s ia Ibis oiamcn-l r.srur )o not
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H. D." FOLSOM,
Jewekr and Optician.
IV. B. GRIFPIRT,
S icc cssor o
IjRIFFIN & KEATING,
No. H12 First Avp.,
Hock Tsland, III,
TACTICAL : : :
Cs Fitting and General Jobbing,
wlrv Crockerv Ktort-
f-Ca Sicond Art'.
Annual Konaay opening.
f v" i iiuay ana taturcay,
Jov. 2oth and 26tb we u ill have
hr "orening," which I shall
y to make more attractive
an u?ual this je3r. On these
iys especially I invite very
a v ho likes to look at Buch
stock as mine to drop in. No
ne is expected to buy, al-
wnzh of course we will not
pfuse to EeU.
Q. M. LoOBLKY.
C.K.I. 1. rrenniMo. r...
Iip!ay at th. Columliian F.spoailion
Other Koad Make Similar KihibiU-A
Kw h xlvtj Order on the Hock Inland -i:nb
lnB frm the Kail aod New of
Iiti-rc-it to Itallroad Ken.
Atr.o; g tbe c tber laiir.ada ihit will
nt-fc si.crb ixoibits at tbe World's
P ut fce Cbicago. R) ;k tsl and & Pi-
C fie Vbi9 road isnil nctisc'Tr ,rrt.(t,..i
tons as well.
wre- i in seen. Just the naturd of the
is. of course, known to but few
v n o the road's most trusted cffioiuls
But fr-it it will be a suikingly novel
an i r.uraciive f.-auira is assured. All
th: railroad coa.pjnit-3 and locomotive
bu-!fl:-r-i are arraDiug to make the
ua n;u rUtion ex'oi'-it a feature'of the
gv. a-, fair. The? recosrnlza the fict
iLt a fod'n opportunity to fdvortise
'" ir r i,is to tbe ent ire world will bs
!:fsiu t'd, htid the liock Island road, at
l.-.ist, is not g.iirg to niss tbe oppor
f.iai'.y There ere the prospects for a
ra c ni i nt and comprthensive rxhibjt
in ti.e- t.tpHrlrr.erit if trarspovtation arc
xcec icgly bright. The recent business
iiu o' Chief tjnikh of t'iat department
to turope w is attended with far more
fticct;6(vl and gra'.ifyinsj re6ults than
wire anticipated. Wfci'e tbe famous
ship tuiklers of Great Britain will send
t' 3 lurfi-t and Gaeft co 'lection of
rcole s of haitlcshipv, cru'seri, Yachts,
uMrct aot vesieis, steamers, etc., that
ever was sent to any country for is
b bition purposes, the railway feature
a I! le quite as prom"nent.
Now ftafvtf OrUir.
A new o-a -r wnica is coKimecuea on
i. i m ice as a measure of safety has j irt
j. i: e into iff-. on tbe Rrck Island. It
t -on 3 out of the two wrecks of Septt-m
I tr t Turr.i ut. j 1st west tf Davenpi rt.
It be th of these cases trains were ap
pro h bins; tach other. The freight wet
boun t was andi.T ordrrs to tike the sid
ing LDere and K.t the eas-l bound train
pnss. In each c ate 'be freight did noi
tet cu-a? ii npon tbe siding eo as to al
lost Hearing room, and cdlis'on rcsul e i.
Tlit- acw (rd; r rtq iiron th-it th". bctd
I'gbt cf lb- e :'ne on tie s:diu! sbsli he
ci.v-c id Ii ci vtr d :hi; bMror.ch-
clear the main lire. If covered ii will e
u;.d rstoi d tba: ibe- ii:.e is ckar. In this
wty the fceRdlktt u' 1! c trin trdred to
the jdint; will mvc 'is a dsn-cr signal
as h'CSt aa it ines. It is tlie fi'-.-mnn's
i!u;. to pat tor scrt'C-n over the bi-vl-iigbt
Tbt wme otde.r t..s been za u e
tn e.tbfi r.nd? fr JOiiz ti-t. tie nuts
kTo vih ot just mch acciiletts.
Along le Traek.
Ii is etatid that the loss to tbe-(J , R.
I. A, P. t n account if Tue.sdny eight's
wreck at th j iiiciicn of the two divi
iior.9 ia Wi.sl l)ivenport wi:l pot fill
sho-t of several thnu3ind d tilars. Sev
era' cara were budiy damaged ia the pile
Patrick Mc!Iuh, formerly wi:k ihs
C , B 4 Q , and who balds an important
position with the Ja- ksonville Southeast
trn is in the city veiling his pirtnts.
Mr. McIIupb is one of Ii ck Island's
yotnir i'ai'.rad men who is rapilly forg
ina his way to the froiit.
1'rnicmastc-r Sicklts will probably
occupy tiie office just vaca'ed by Yard
niaTtr McQ laid
CoDdiic'or Til'on, of tbe C. M. & s.
P., will prob-ihly buvij tbe rua p?.rm
neii ly that, bus been made vacant by tbe
resignation of Conductor "Doc" Bush.
Conductor Hempson and Brakeman
Mirphy, of the R. I & P., are both out
some - earing apparel on account of a
stringer wbo boarded tbe train at Milan
ttii other evening and left it again, tak
ing with him a suit cf clothes, an over
coi.i and other articles. Nothing bas
bb n beard of the clothes.
The Cow Boy Ba d train, consisting of
a baggage cr, a diner and two sleepers,
ciine iu over the C. B & Q. yesterday,
an i was transferred to tbe C. R. I. & P.,
a:. 1 taken to Davenport.
3upt. H, B. Sudlow, of the R I. & P.,
an son Georgie left this morning for
Chicane, on a thort visit.
Yardrraster MeQ laid ia now comfort
ab y settled in bis ne ofQje at tbe foot
of Tuatyniith street, and his two
&.b.e c!e ical assistants are working with
Freight Aijent S. B. Stoddird, of the
C. R. I. & P., together with his family,
spont Thanksgiving at Minneapolis.
A notice posted at the U. R I. & P.,
sti.tes that Fred Woltmannbas been ap
printed watch cximiner of the rod in
pi ice of H. D. Folsom.
Few people, if any, are aware of the
change that bas taken place in appear
at.ces about the Rock Island company's
ptsaenger depot during tbe arrival and
d( pariure of trains since they are being
mideupontbis side of the river. In
tbe night time tbe difference is most
nursed, when hundreds of people from
tbe different roads are changing trains,
and it is then that one can see the ever
inrrp&Hai; need of union depot facilities.
Whether or not the O R. T and the
Burlington and Rock I-lind will get tbe
former's grievances putchtd 'ip is still a
matter of coiji-clure. I'h" i int confer-
encts that are beicg he'd may serve a!
rifcht and no trouble result, though both
Bidi;B j-.re prepared for the wcrat.
Asent E. D. W. Holxes, of the Mil-
wtukee. deireB that all ministers wibh
idg ha'.f fare permits f r 1S93 to call on
him as toon s potsibie.
The Rock Inland has completed its
new bridge at tbe overgr dj cr jssing in
the e&n end of the city, and it 13 a neat
piece of wmk.
All tbe Uuion Pacific tickets along the
ines of tue roads composing tba WeBt-
t-rn Passenger asstcis,'ion haye been
called in as a resu't of tbe r. ctnt conten
lion on the pn of th - t company to
handling the Pi riUnd, Ore.,trcflla to
fill it itself.
Frank Pesl, who has been braking on
tbe cast end of the C. R. I. & P. for
spme time, now weari a cap denoting
that he has been promoted to conductor.
The C..R I.& P. piy cat O -telle pascd
throug'i tbe city on its way back to Chi
cago, after unloading its tress ;r: along
The Wor'd"s Fair ccmmiftlor.f rs have
bad six ticket scalpers in Chicago in
dicted oa account of an alleged violation
of the laws of this slate, which, riov'ule
that every ticket hgect in fie Ftate shall
have a certifijste from the eo-cpany be
represents, showing him to be a regular
authored agent. Th pnrpos-e of the
move is s ud to be to clear the city of
brokers which tlu commissioners know
to be tbe reason for the different railroad
companies' refusal to mike lower rates.
The Curomt'i lnqaettl Over the Iteaialni of
Elmer F. TiudalK
The jury impacceled bv Coroner Hawcs
yesterday at Rjral to inquire into tt
death of Elmer F. Tindall, the aafortun
ate young man who was act i Ice tally
shot by LJmunu Allen, a companion, on
Thar k;-givin2, was composed of John G
lloeflj, foremr. George Kline, Irwin
Sivey. Frank Baird. Jr.rses 5'cMeekin
aud J. G. II oi fie, Jr.
The first witness t. V stiTy was Edmund
Allen, the compinion f yi ua Tindall
on bis fital trip His tpiArn.nry was to
the effect that a crm;. v of youcg mm
had started eut hiiiint', wxes-g and
Tii.d-il! hAvir.g g t i:pir'rf from the
olliers. While n t'r. 'T way home and
while crosrioa a ditch 're -jn which
.wuncbscarx-.c-J as dch:.rg. d. the loid
str.kini; his corornT:i in liie reck, kill
mg Mm lcf-tintly li? liii u cul...j srin,e
ei-'i f to wtrc ilriHim.' for coai tear by
and afterward ro'.iSed Jot-rpti Tiaiiall of
his on's death. Witness further 6tate-d
thai he himself wwa so cvercome by the
u:s,re.sing ecciderii UhI he was unable
to no back with others -.fier tbe boily.
Joiy two o;b;r 'ittiestes were ex-
amined. tbey being L. C. 8ci.trr atd J
A. B idice, who were employed at drilling
near the scsae of the ucc'.dent, and testi
fied to beicg calie-d where j-f ucg Tin
da'.l bad been Ebot.
Tne verdict of thej iry was in accord
ance with tne eveace, that "Elmer F
Ticdall came to bis dea'.h by the aci
den:al discbarge of u pun ia the bands of
Edmund Allen on Thursday, Nov. 24
When Will the Great Highway
of Travel be Closed?
THE MATERIAL DALLY AKEIVTNG.
W uia w r ih tCroxup 1 01a.
At tbe residence of the brida's parents,
Mr. and Mrs.T. E. Crampl n, tt Jos
lin, occurred tbe marriage of Miss E'.la
Crompion to Ira Wainwright, of Hamp
ton township. The we''diaj guests
which numbered over 100, were composed
of relatives and most intim ite f rien is of
the bride and gro. m As tbe clock struck
the appointed hour &'iss Vfinnifred
Crompt.,n, of Mcline, a.atej herseif at
the organ and struck up a wedding
march. Frank Ciompton, brother of
the groom, and Miss Bells Wainwright.
cousin of the groom, and Goorge Wain
wright, brother of the groom, and Miss
Minnie Moody, covsin of the bride,
entered the parlor as bridesmaids and
groomsmen, followed by tbe bride and
groom. The bride was dressed In blue
silk, trimmed with white crystal silk and
carried a bouqzet of white tube ropes.
The er.om wore tbe ordinary black
dress Fuit. Rev. Harper, of Port Byron,
perf.rmcd tbe mar.-iage ceremony. After
hearty congratulations a sumptuous
wedding feast was spraad. Tbey re
ceived many handsome and useful presents.
The Im;roTient ?l ecessary by Re4on of
the Condition or the Bridge Which is lie.
tiered to be Unsure The Hallway Iron
Col. (Uuflliiglon Iatorvlewed The Caue
Njthirg dwflnite c ,n be leirne ! as
to when the great Rock Island bridges will
be closed for the repairs p rovided for in
tbe $5 l.OLiO approprUih n of the last ses
sion of corgress. The materitl fur tbe
im r .'Yemeni is almost da ly arriving, and
as far as it hs been oossible to to do so.
without interfering wi'.h trifil preotra-
ions hav been uti le by Col. BufSng-
ton to aid the Contractors iu pushing
their work with as little delay as possi
ble when once they enter upon it. There
are at present three car loads of iron
beams on the ground. When cnouga
mate-rial for two sn ns is on hunJ, work
will begin. It is likeiy that this will be
somttime ctxt week. Work, when once
started, will be puslied vigorously and
will be completed in less than a month.
L ke almost every other public improve
ment that has been made in the tbiee
cities in five years, this one hits the
siroet railway coicpnny. Tbe D;ivccpnri
& Rock ItiUnd company finds it neces
sary to relay its entire tracks over the
bri'ifres and to this end bas ordered 65-
pound Johnston r dls. With its cas om
ary spirit it is all ready to do its share.
hav rg its ii-on f-Il in re-diness to put
Wheo the Work Will Comaienee.
President bmitn, of the Divenporl
liUMness fen s association, sent a mem
ber of the Divenport prefs over to Col .
Bufflngton yes.erdey with a left r, asking
if the ijiprovcnie-nt could not be delayed
until spring, inas-mu.:h as it is now nearly
three weeks past the time- when the im-provem-nt.s
wre expected to commence,
ar.d there-:s no immediate prospect of
beginning within a week. The emissary
foui.d Col. Bullisgton 84 anxious about
the bridge- improvemeDts as any one else
and wrs shown a letter be sent to the
Carnegie company on the 16:h insUting
that the wctk be begun at otice according
to the contract. The letter ia reply
stated thatcverytLiti" possib e was being
done to get the iron ready for the bridge,
at;d l;.id the delsy to tbe recent strikes
that put a.l iron mills in the country be-
binn in supplying Uit-.r crjers. It was
hoped that wabia a week everything
would be ia redini'a. The colonel said
that in cr ier to help out the Carnetrie
cgmpunv coacet-sioas had been rnvds and
even speo-Scntions bad been chanced
that the lumber f t wor d work was al
ready on hsnd aai th-it everjiainjr now
n miincd wi'h tbe contractors.
The liridge Said to lie Vasafe.
tie said that :t was impo;si!de to put
the work iff uatil spring, because tbe
bridge was absolutely unsafe for the
pass-tee of teams and street cars now, the
n.ionng and its wooden supports being
uauiT uecoiuposen. wnue bo fully an
predated the inconvenience the clnsintr
of the t ridga would be to the people of
the three cities at this season of the
year, wbea there w&a likely to be neither
ferry nor an ice bridge, he did not think
they would want their lives jeopardized
uy seeping me Driage pen in its present
UDPsre conn:tion . (
Jhe work will be c-mmeneed as soon
as possitileand pushed as raoidly as po,
An J iiitJl
Who rears the
pipers will wan
to attend the
T o u n g Men's
meeting at tb
Y. M. C. A. Sun
rt )sette, the harpist, will play. U. Sty
naour will speak and Prtf. Bishop will
have charee of the music. It's the jonng
mensrady. Don t miss it.
"Our baby was sick and we bought the
bottle of Dr. Bull's Coueh 8yrut and
we were well pleased with it. It did one
babv a great deal of gocd
"Wm. Thompson. MrKeesport, Pa."
The Kock Iidiuid Schools.
Following is the report of the Rock
Islaid puMic schools for tbe month end
ing Nov. 23 and tbe corresponding month
of last year. The severe snow storm of lost
week is almost entirely the cauee of the
poorer re port;
Tearly enrJlim-nt ...S4:8. SSSl.
Monthly enrollment SB41 Bttl)
Avunige number belonging 2147
Avers e d-iily sttendauce Sine 53
Fer cea- of attendance 91.1 9S S.
Cssee of tardiness 61 43'.
Neither absent nor ardy llt l.tii.'
A good, reliable girl es cook. Apply
to Mrs. Ptiil litchell, 720 Seventeenth
Dyspepsia's victims find prompt and
permanent relief in Good's Sarsaparilla,
which tones tbe ttomach and creates an
tl 171" -i
JAHNS & RERTLESEN
Peoria Cook and Ranges,
Tin wars And Hotjsv. Yitknishino Goodf.
1012 second avenue,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Special Sals of (
BOOTS AND SHOES
AT THE CARSE & CO. STAND.
CAUSE tt CO S
Wright & Peters Dongo'a Hand Tarn apd Vv'e't . $4 50
' Dull dong wells 4. .VI
' Dongol-is M. ri 3.50
Mat bid top 4.50
" Straight giat.' 2.75
Stribiey's Dongola hand turn 4.00
M S 3.tH
Cloyos " Welt 3.50
M. 3. pa'ent tip.... a.ou
French & Hall's Cordovan ba'id fewi-d ., ,. 5 50
Calf hand sewed 5. 50
Bav State Calf Welt 5 00
We Quajantec tbe fibove to be lr.wer Wim ever befors effercd. Call at our
store and inspect our goods ar.d prices; we have a's) a great many other bar
gains thatTe are now offering.
Successor to Carse & Co., 1622 Second Avenue.
Think of lt.
0er half a million people die
year, in the United Slate.?, from
and Throat diseases which always
from a negl cied Cold or Cough
are suffering from any of the hbove ciis
cases try this remaikable Couch Syrup
and you will use no other afterwanis
We have hundreds of testimoniiU from
those benefitted by it.
25 and 50 era. a eottlb. sample bat
tles iO CTS.
A'k your druggist for Dr. MeK inn's
Irish Coiitr i Sjrup. Take no othet! O-ie
trial is all tbat is necessary to convince
you. 8ent to any address by expr-ss on
receipt of price. Mdeonly by the proprietor.
P.'xtos. III., Nov. ti. la'Ji T. H.
Th.'Oias, R n.k Island: Doar sir Pleate
nnd turioBed -i ti! note fr two boxes of
our won e-rful kidney and liver pills.
The pi'ii that I cot from you before did
me s m :ch eood tbtt I can say they are
l .e iiest thtt I ever Used, having cleared
away tbe er-tvel tbat I was troubled
with. I bavo recommended them to tnv
frie-nils. Yours Very truly.
Pixton. Fori C v, 111
These Wonderful Pills are male and
Ri 1 1 t 25 cents p;r bottle by
T. H. THOMAS, Druggist.
Why Did We Call It tee famous
Because we j FAM US for Low Frie s.
Intend FAMOUS for Good Goods.
It to j-FAMuU i for Courteous Treatment.
Be i FAMOUS iu the lii Citie?.
As the best place to buy footwear. Onr traJe is increasing
every day And here are the prices that do it:
Men's Goodyear welt, calf.consress and j
Men's buckle shres 9Sc; good value $1.25
Men's rubber shoes. 4ac.
Men's bucsle arctics, 98:.
Men's felt boots and overs, $1 9j;
worth, f 2 50.
pieces to select from; who pay
4 cents to $1 for that which
jou con get ot 10c ot
1717 Second Avenue.
We have this week received an impor
tation of French white china for decoration.
ALBUMS Our line this year is far
ahead of anything we baye
had in the past in style, and
lower in prici.
BIBLES We have a well eelee'ed line
of the celebrated Holman
family bibles. Also bis new
self-pronouncing teacher's edi
tion. Call and examine these
and onr Oxford ard Bayster
FRAMES We are this year at hereto
fore making a special feature
of our framing department
ana prices are lower and fin-
ish. is much improved. All
wood goods euaranteed.
Lad is' dongola patent tip 1 1.43; worlk
Ltdies' felt flippnrs 50c, 75c; and 9c.
Children's giain box top school shoe 98s.
Infant shoes, 283.
Ladies' rubbers, 20c.
All are genuine bargains.
FAMOUS SHOE STORE.
103 W. 3d near Brady Davenport, Iowa.
G-. L. WYNES & CO.
Note It Down.
D sh Pans 10q. 13j, 14 qt 23cl7qt27e
O. K Lanterns 45
Superior Wiingeie 1 85
Coal Hods ". 22
Tea and Coffee Pots 10, 15, 20,F,2J
Fiower sifters lOe
Clothes Pins 12 oz, for ltfe
Tooth Picks 8
Pie Tins t
Pudding Pans 3,4,5.7,8s
Silverware Trays 8e
Tea Spoon per set 5
Nickle Alarm Clocks 62
Penny Backs t
folate Pencils 8 for'lc
Tar Soap 1
Chamois Sk;ns (.1$
Geo. H. Kingshuiy,
Proptietororof tbe Brady street
Ad kinls of Cut Flowers com tontl on hand.
Green Ben-- Flower Siore-
vns ewe no t o' Ce-itn! park, the largest In loa.
801 Brady street, Davenport. t.