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the method and reeulta when
i iin in t ssuutea It IS TllPnsnnf
(i refreshing to the taste, and acts
aJy yet promptly on me Jvidneya,
-,a aud Bowela, cleansc9 the evs-
In eueciuiiii, uLspeia ooius, Head
bes and fevera nud curea habitual
ruination. Svrun of Fies in the
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;inv excellent qualities commend it
all and have made it the most
mnlar ivmpilT knnvn.
Syrup oi rigs is ior sale in 6Uc
.1 CI k.ttloa htr nil UJ!.. J
uts. An v reliable druforist. nlin
.... ttnl Kavra Jfr An lianj m11
!i uim uuvw ji vu uauu w ill uni
jre it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG STRUP CO.
8AH FHAKCISCO, CAL,
wwsviue. kv. hew rortx. .r.
;. 1. BKIDV.
T. B. KBIDY.
By. 4'A finil rransge property on cnaniuisMon,
D'lney, co lict rent', also curry ft line of Bret
.!v!A'c in-unince companies, builtlng lots 'or
ix tu '.' ih-.-il 2-rent addition. Choice residence
il: kl firtf of t:ie city.
l:mi 4. Ml'chtll & Lynde baildiBff. gronnd
!oor. in rear of Ml'chull Lynde bunk.
Have vou called at
If not, you had better, for
you will find lots of Silver
and Gold Novelties as well
as a large assortment of
the latest in Fine Jewelry,
H. D. FOLSOM.
Rock Island "'
-ALL KINDS 07-
Cast Iron Work
tone. A specialty of furnishing aL. kind
of Stove with Castings a 8 eenta
A MACHINE SHOP
been added wnere all kinds of macaisi
work will b done Srst-clats.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE
DOWNING SK0S., Front?
W. B. GRIFF 1W ,
GRIFFIN & KEATING.
No; 1712 First Ave.,
Book Island, III
6m Pitting and GsneiaJ Jobbing.
The Weyerhaeuser Case at Yale
IKNOCEKT OF THE CHAIWES MADE.
The Pact, ud Circumstances or the Case
As Bronght Out by th. Cmealttee or
TheNew Huvea Register contains the
f .llowmg deUiled account ot the trouble
at YNle.in which Frederick WeTerhaeu;r,
ot this city, was unjustly accused and
b,r the p88t week several members of
tue'ia.e faculty have beeo busy Investi
g.tng the dis.urbHDc-B which took pUce
at Proctor a theatre aLd Munic hall one
week ago last nieht. The ises of the
siLdents arresttd for having Seen impli
cated in the offair were c arefully and
tborouKbiyinvestigaUd and the dicip
line committee of the frest man class is
now ready to report on the cases to the
general faculiv. This report will be
made at a special meeting, probably on
W ednesdav of this week, waen the final
aciion will be taken.
The investigation of tie discipline
cnmmiitee has conclusively proven two
thing that the police old not succeed
in arresting a ainele leader in the dis
urtnce, and that thty arrested and
thereby disgraced one wholly innocent
man. Upon this mm the burden of dis
grace of the whole affair has not only
been thrown, but the supposed justice of
the city court has left him with a police
recird. This man i Prorionxb v w..
hieuser, 96. of St. Paul. Minn. He was
the nlv man of the four t treated who
gave bis correct name to the police and
,UI "lo "iraigu lorwaranesa hod manliness
has been heralded over the country as
the leader and cause or the entire dis
graceful affair of one week ago. In the
police court be was not fcivsn the oppor
tunity, which belongs to ev.-ry citizen, to
pr. ve his innocence. The investigating
cemmitteeof the faculty, however, has
accomplished the work bad.'y bungled by
Mr. Dutcher, on of the freshmen tu
tors and h member of the d scipline com
mittee of the freshmen cUa. in speaking
of the matter laet eveniDg, said: "The
investigating committee ba proven be
yond a doubt that Weyerhrcuser is en
tirrly innocent of the chsrees preferred
against him. We are sa'istled that be
took no part in the disturbance at the
opera housp, that he neitter threw tor
pedoes nor did be have any on his per
suu, and from what we know cf him
we 6re willing o believe his statement
that he do"s not know wl;o threw the
torpedo which was throvn from the
box in which he was. H .roe of the pox
lice tbcmeeivea were sati'iled of Weyer
hueUSRr'jl innnpenfp anrl fnn rf th. snr-
cean's advised him -o fibt his case.
. mere is not a ii'tle 'jmpalhy ex
pressed for WcycrhBc-iiser, as his is a
quit gfntleman'y fellow, and not the
idiiu to lead 1" row i.
M. B. Lcavic. the proprietor of the
'Spider and Fly," U classed at oue of
toe weilthiest and root succfssful the
atrical minaeere in America, and his sue
cess is duu entirely ta th j close study
be gives theatrical mitler. Four years
ago he organized the "Slider and Fly"
company. The produc ion was then, as
it is now, a diuinct novdty containing
all the bright features of spectacle, pan
tomime, comedy, opera a ad high cUss
vaudeville. Its immediate success In
duce 1 Manager Leavitt to expend thou
sands of dollars in seeking novelties
abroad, as well as the handsomest cnt
tumes that could be procured in London
or Paris. There will te CO people in the
prcductioo. The principal artists bave
been selected from bth mntinenta. The
scenery and electrical effests wL.1 require
two 60 foot baeeage cars to transport.
It will be aeen from the rtsume that he
"Spider and Fly." which will be pre
sented here Saturday evet ing at Harper's
theatre, will not only be the largest but
the most complete organ zation of the
season ot '92 and '93.
. The Syracuse Journal says of the at
traction to be aeen at Uie Burtia next
People were turned away from the
Grand opera house at botli afternoon and
evening performances ytsterday. "Tha
Midnight Alarm" was produced. The
pieco is of the apectactlar melodramic
class with One scenic and mechanical ef
fects, among which am the Brooklyn
bridge scene with boats Diving on the
East river, the draw bridire scene and th.
engine house scene, in which ia shown a
fire engine draggi d by handsome horses.
The cost of players is above the average,
and all are equal to the tusks assigned
them. "Tne Miduigbt Alarm" will be re
peated tonight and a matinee and even
ing performance 'nmnrrrw
Lit- of others of. nmind ns
Married life najr be eablime.
We tract to be forgiren tills parody ot Unes
from Longfellow's Immortal "Psalm of Life."
Hasbands who are wise anil thonphtfal, know
that the happiness of the bone depends largely
on the taallb of She mistress '4 the home. Many
are the tasks which da ly eon 'ront her. Dow can
a Wamaa son and against thu tria a and worries
of Boaseksepiag, if she be tuffering from thoea
distressing iirrgaiarliies, ailients and weak
nesses pecallar to ber mix? lr. Pierce's Favorite
rrescrlptloa Is arpreinc for these disorders. Th
only rem -dy, sold by drnggi iU, nndra positive
gnaraDtoe f ram the minarec:nrera. Satisfaction
fraaraateed la every caso, or mossy refandsd.
dee printed saa antee on battie-wrapper.
Uoltility alxea rsion .
Oa Deo. 84. 93 30 and St and Jan.l
and 2. the O.. R. I. 4 V. will sell excur
a on tickuta to all points within a radious
200 miles, goid to return op to and
Including; Jan. S, at the rate of a fare and
a third for th- rnurd trt
The Bnaton store. Duvenport, will de
liver all parkanes sold d iring the wtek o
thtr Rock IaUnd and oline patrona on
Satarday next, Dec. 24
r Bahrbd, Pdbskl & Von Vaub.
THE ARGUb. WEPyRSUAlc,DECEMl3E.R 21,
JOYOUS WEDDING BELLS.
Marrlare of William PearsaU and Miss
Uattla Wright-John MUler ud Miss
Alvtna Bender Wedded.
A very happy tome wr dling occurred
at the residence of A. L. Wright, 1002
First avenue, at noon yesterday, 'it being
thej.iining in holy conrta the lives of
William R. Pearsall. of Coe. and Miss
Hattie Wright, of this city. Rev. T. W.
G.-afton, of the Cbrislian church, fflcia
ting. Following the ceremony a sump
taus wediling fesst was served and a
proper celebration of the j youB event
occurred during the afternoon. A num
ber of f.-ienda cf the coutracling parties
were present, from whom the happy
couple received mmy toktns ot esteem.
Mr. and Mrs Psargall have gone to Coe,
where they will be given a reception, and
where they wiil make their home.
At the parsonage of the First M. E.
church, at 7:80 o'clock last evening. Re,.
F. W. Merrell united in marriage John
Millerand Miss Livina Bender. At the
conclusion cf the ceremony the bridal
party was driven to the home of the
bride, where a bounteous wedding supper
was served, after which several hours
were spent in pleasant sociability. The
groom is w?U known, being a blacksmith
in one of the ftloline factories, and, like
his bride, be hosts of friends, who will
wish tbem joy and prosperity. Tbey
Will make their home ia Moline.
THE ICE COMBINE.
George K. Lambert On the Proposed Con
solidation. Rocx. Island, Dec 21 Editor of the
Argus- I should like to addresa the ice
consumers of Rock Island, through the
AiiODB, as to the consolidation of the ice
companies of the cities of Rock Island
and Moline, and the necessity of dointt
ao. During the last three years the ice
dealers have been to a great expense in
securing their ice supply on account of
the insecure chance of getting ice where
their ice houses are located, and have ha.1
to purchase about one-third of the
amount consumed. Aod. whereas, the
people of the city desire to obtain their
ice at bottom figures, it has been found
necessary to incorporate a stock com
pany and secure a location where the ice
supply is always certain, and where you
can cpc all the modern improvements (in
tte way of steam elevators'), -hich will
reduce the cost of harvesting ice full v
one bal' and the expetse of retailing ice
one-third Heretofore, the ice dealers
needed lit e wagons to supply their
trade, but consoli-lated, six wagons wH
meet the d-mand The last season's
prices for ice will not be changed, but
I e to families will be sold by the hundred
instead of by the month.
Ceo E Lambert
Along the River.
These now seems to be some probabil
ity that three lines of steamboats will op
eratn on the upper river next season, ac
cording to the Hannibal Courier-Post
The Diamond Jo line will, of course, be
in the trde with its boats overhauled and
the possible addition of some others cf
light craft. The Eigle packet company
ia figuring on putting its boats on the
upper river trade also. The matter has
not been definitely settled as yet, but it
will be before the season opens. The
company owns five boa's of light craft,
such as can run to best advantage in the
upper river. There is also talk that the
Pilots and Engineers' association will
put a line of boats in the trade unless
they succeed in compromising with the
boat owners on the question of salary.
The rafting business is ebbing. The
success of the Joy Lumber company, ol
St. Louis, in barging lumber last setson
at a naving of 25 cents per thousand over
rafting, ia making the river and lumber
men open their eyes and may result in
the aubstitution of barges to a great ex
tent. The snag boat General Barnard, under
command of Captain C. W. Durham, was
in commission 137 days th past summer,
operating between St. Paul and the
mouth of the Missouri river. The work
performed by her is thua aummarised:
Snaga removed, 647; leaning treea pulled
back, 129; treea cut and removed, 2.820:
surveys made. 10; guagea established. 6;
miles run, S 619.
Death ot Thomas Mulligan.
Thomas Mulligan died at his home, 739
Fourteenth street, at 8:30 o'clock last
evening of Bright'a disease, aged 67
years. Deceased, who had been a resi
dent of the city a number of years, was a
bricklayer by trade and is survived by a
widow and eight children as follows: Mrs.
B. Wylie, of St. Paul, John and Frank,
of St. Louis, and Mary, Lily and Leo at
home. The funeral occurs from St. Jo
seph's Catholic church at 9 o'clock on
The funeral of little L;nda Hoeratb
has been changed and will occur from
the home of her mother on Friday after
noan at I o'clock.
Bsv. Bylvanus Lane
Of the Cincinnati M. E. conference,
makea a good point when he Bays: "We
have for years used Hood's Sarnapari!l
in our family of five, and find it fully
equal to all that in clnimed for it. Some
people are greatly prejudiced againsi
patent medicines, but bow the patent car
hurt a medicine and not a machine is a
mystery of mysteries to me."
Blood's Pills cure liver il.
The first train leaves the C..R. I. & P
depot at 5:30 a m. and continues at reg
ular interval nf one hour, the last train
leaving at 6:30 p. m. Leave Davenport
far re'urn on even hours. L-.st train
leaves at 7:80 p. m.
TO THE SUPREME COURT.
The Warner Water Case Appealed to the
Highest Tribunal or the State for Final
Adair Pleasants. Esq., left this morn
ing for Oregon. III., on an important
mission. He has ben retained by Georpe
Wagner aa counsel with Judge I. O.
Wilkinsbn in his water meter case against
the city, and has gone to Oregon to
arrange wita Judge Cartvright, of the
appellate court, for an appeal to the au
preme court of the state. The appellate
caurt is not now in' Session, and the law
provides that under such circumstances
application must be made to the Dearest
judge. Judge Cartwright is the nearest
Judue. and hence Mr. Pleasants' visit to
The bearing on Wngner's appeal will
h? had before the supreme court of the
northern district at Ottawa probably at
the March tem .
A fiir-sizeu audience witnessed the
presentation of the operatta, ' Snow
White," for the benefit of the Ninth
street M. E. church, give under the
direction of Miss Helen Tripp, at Har
per's theatre last evening. The char
acters were all well taken, the leading
part of Snow White b ing admirably
portrayed by Miss Lury Coyne. Miss
Clara bchueler. of Davenport, appeared
to great advantage as the Q een. Some
fine solos were also rendered by Messrs.
Harry Vn Dozen, of this city, and Mr.
Blakemnre, of Moline. The choruses
were all pleasing, particularly one by 12
little girls, in a string of nursery rhymes.
Miss Zula Frith, of Davenport, delighted
the audience with some charmingly ren
dered solos, and the entertainment on the
whole, was erj joyed by all. The follow
ing was the cast:
SnowWhlta MIsaLney Coyne
Queea Miss MchneU-r
Prince Mr. Robt. Rlakemore
Crl.... Mr. Van Duser
Mrs. Zula Frith, Mrs. Cash, Mrs. i. W. Cran-
Oour lers ;
Miwg Adams, atcClay.Cool, Tremanu, Carse,
Mr. Keif kr
Mabel Campbell, Alta Boppe, Olie G r.lon,
Mael Tayior, Lulu Harris. Grace Cnst r,
Joeie Wood n, Bessie Nelson, Same Cool, Ada
Lid He Head, Leonird Totter, Harry H r.gra'ler.
Harry Mitihe'l Ge rre Knox, Joe Gold-
emi h, Sliltou Haminerly.
Mmcta waruenbertr, Lucy K inner, Mrs!
L'ora JotanOD. Mabel Grlffl h, Epi Hir", Myr
tle Cameron, Effa raroi-ion, Kos e Goldhenar,
Sllie Goidberx. rue- Wilcox, Essie Kl.a,
Theo ' oyn , Lottie Glas
Rrliitsmiii s ... Miss. s Trcmann and Cares.
Copl s . . .
1 ay Zelgier, Shirley Folsom, Harry Lambert,
Ardi ou lock.
w it h MssJosie Schllliniror
Pajre ,iak- Mar in
Ac.opanist Mrs J. F Hobikson.
JUaersetum C edin Say.
"Mvstic Cure" for libeumaiism and
Neuralgia radically cures in one tc three
davs. It ac ion upon the system is re
markable and mysterious. It removes a'
;nee the cause and the disease iranieri
i 1 npetra. The first do;-e greatly
benefits. Warranted by Oito Groljan,
druggist, Rrw'k I-lmd.
Clergymen's Permits for 1893
The C .it I & P and B..C.U & N rail
ways will issue no half-fare permits for
1893 to moisters and other entitled to
fame, residing in Davenport, Rock Isl
and and Moline, 111 Joint permits en
titling the holder to travel n half-rate
over C. R I & P . B..C.R &N . C ,M.&
St. P. and R l.&P railways will Ve issued
by tte undersigned only, and a-jplicailoi s
for same should he filed at ouce with F.
H. R r.kwetl. ticket aeent denot foot i.f
Twentieth s-reet. or
R Ptock house G T A.
ROOT AND BRANCH,
the poison in your blood, however it
may hare come or whatever shape
it may be taking, is cleared away
by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery. It's a remedy that rouses
every organ into healthful action,
purifies and enriches the blood, and
through it cleanses and invigorates
the whole system. Salt-rheum, Tet
ter, Eczema, Erysipelas, Boils, Car
buncles, Enlarged Glands, and the
worst Scrofulous Bores and Swell
ings, are perfectly and permanently
cured by it.
Unlike the ordinary Spring med
icines or aarsaparillas, the 44 Discov
ery" works equally well at all seas
ons. All the year round and in all
cases, it is guaranteed, as no other
blood medicine is. If it ever fails
to benefit or cure, you have your
money back. You pay only for the
good you got.
Isn't it safe to say that no other
blood - purifier can be "just as
If it were, wouldn't it be sold ao I
They Ring For All!
A Cheerful Call
To Christmas Bargains.
Never so Good!
Kever eo Cbeap!
Onr beautiful display of holiday flfts ia opened
and ready. The newest Ideas, the best selections
th- most appropriate and desirable presents at
Remember this splendid assortment ron'alns
the right thing far every parson old, middle aged
We wiU plesse yea. We will satisfy von. We
will meet year wants, be they l.rge or small, with
tie most sal table prei-ent at the fairest prises.
C. C. TAYLOR.
You can save Time and Money by Trading with
J. Eamser & Son
The Old Established Jewelers.
Owing to their immense and well, selected stock you wii
find just such an article as you desire for a Xmas gift with
out wasting time and energy looking around. We carry a.
large of variety opera glasses, gold spectacles, eye glasses,
fine silver novelties, onyx clocks, souvenir spoons, tarving
sets, small fancy clocks, Chatelaine watches, and our usvm!
large line of watches, diamonds and fancy stone rings.
We have fitted up a special department for OPTICAL
GOODS; we are better prepared for correcting all errors of
refraction than any one in the three cities.
IS THE PLACE
The Largest and best L;ne of Ladies and Men's Slip
pers ever shown in the three cities. We handle b
shoddy goods. - .
1818 Second ave., Harper House Block.
A Most Useful and Elegant
For Grandfather, Grandmother, Fatter, Moth
er or any other relative or friend, is a fine
pair of Spectacles or Eyeglasses. We have
them in all kinds of frames, Gold, Silver,
Nickle, Steel and bronze. Call and see the
assortment and have your eyes tested free
T. H. THOMAS, Druggist.
SHALL I BUY FOR
Go to G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
and he will show you a nice line of Rockers,
ladies' desks, cabinets, bookcases, side
boards, parlor furniture, etc., to select from.
We have this week received an Miipo'
tation of French white china for decora
tion. ALBUMS Our line tf Albums is
ahead of anything we haye
had in the past In s'yle. and
lower in price. The new
shapes are very desirable.
BIBLES We have a large line of
the celebrated Hoi man fam
ily biblea: Also his seX
pronounelng teacher's edi
tion. Call and examine these
aod our OxforJ and Bagster
FRAMES We are this year at hereto
fore making a special feature
of our framing department
and prices much lower.
Geo. H. Kingsbury,
1703 1705 8econd Ave., Bock Island. Telephone 1218
402 Fifteenth .treet, Moline.
PsvpsJetstor of. the Bta4y street
Knot of Cat Flowers constantly on baud.
Oa - mooc aarte o Uentri'
1. the ar.-ewt'B
J. RAMSER & SON,
1827 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
-TO BUY YOIH-
Will soon be here.
Prepare for It,
BI BUYING YOUB . .
Qoreea. dolls, slioeKes. gatae.
sleds, drums, toilet cawa. ii v..-
shavinc cases, manicures.
Smoking seta. Ainums.
Jointed Dolla. . Kid Dolls, ' '
Bique Dolls, . Rubber Dolls.
Iron Toys. Tin To vs.
Wood Toys, . Pewter Toys,
Perfumery. Jewelry, .
Lamps, B take is,
8alad Dishes. S'lver Ware.
and all fstcy goods la aa endless le?
lews. UtBnli,riH n....r.