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KNOWLEDGE Litonf Tt improvement and LvLl The many, who lire bet- frP" lifo MIAMI wldi Um-. hy mote promptly r . i l-- IvMt nrmlncta to f:UUtthn( the pure liquid I .. ..i riw if) lad, thf refreshingrand truly . '. M ..l.w.n.inif til SVstMn. ffCl":,"J - ' rp.mntlr curing- oinstipation. , juti.fartion to millions and T. -i . n..mrl nf the medical Iwitll fie - . .... . . ..: -tiiMtnnp. tj-'rtf Fiir i fw le oy,"1,1 drnt I JL i t t. !. it i man. l .i... I'.ilifurtnii Fiir Svran . -i . M.im t nrtnted on virv t.'N. tin; naiw. Syrup of Flgjs !..;. T. 8. MIOT. EIDY DROS. eal Estate - insurance. AGENTS. Ban. to rt mt), aim carry a Its of Em ! nwinrt moipanlea. Mwlag lot for jh':ililtVmt Hilliiw,rtkmHiaw yrfj 1 :: pn of tat dty . lal IllrWII a Lyva bolMlag. frooad a frr.f lllicain a Lnd 17311 Psr -7 Rn I U'A A UkUl WaJa ar 111 m.-J.I III! IV iiinir v o a u-1 vb a ar a a am a i ai m m u o fsval .ft c airr xrrr rrr.ir.rr a - - w t all fill r clrwl' a. - a -.VfV UUl, &l lUCUa fa. ,,uu3 prices, to make nm trf w.... i- r r soon, give us a call. No- wU j uu iiuu as large - luuycis urc me very -..ii. large invoice oi At. a a . win auu picture mouia- .c titi . . i o- ju.n rcteivea. 31. 312 and 814 TWENTIETH STREET. THE PAVING POINTERS. A Minneapolis Municipal Party After Them. ianmro -iito vrriinED bmji. OaTbrtrWay aOalWtar( TWy St.. taik.i.r.,ai.fW.n-r-DrtW.owr aa rwi mt imI Tr,wt atora IiOaaa Aniaal MMn f th Party. A party of municipal official, rep. rtM-ntinff the city of Minneapolis, ar rived in Rock Inland by special car from the northwest over the C R. I. P. at 6:40 thin morning. an,i tj,e rioiton. were at once driven to the Harper, where breakfast w servett. The party, which is chaperoned by Charles F. Hancy. city clerk of Min neapolis, is out on a brick paving in specting mission. Ut evening Mr. Haney wiretl his friend. Capt. T. J. Robinson, that the party woul.l reach Rock Island this morning. The cap tain communicated the information to Mayor Mc.lill ami t Secretary Day. of the Improvement association, and they arranged for a partv of rep. resentatives of the city ami the asso ciation to meet the TiMting officials at ine narper at :8.) this morning and tender the hospitalities of the cuy 10 mem. Drive Onr the Cl?y PiHiavtlH a I a. a mi ma i uour me mavor ana party were on hand with car riages, and the visitors were taken in hand and driven over the pavement t mc iiiv, ursi uown Second. Third ana rourtb avenues, then up Kih teenth and Twentieth being shown tnc progress of the work on Sine- icenin on tbe way. and out Mo- Une avenue to Molme, where Mayor Bennett and others received the party, and after eteinlinj;thvcourt- sies oi ine city, in which speeches were made bv Mayors itennett and Aiemii. Acting Mayor Kiichli ami otners. the drive was resumed across the island of Rock Isl and t broil I'll the arsenal, where til Buflington and Lieut. Thonison en tertained the uhteers. and thence over the Kock Nlan.l bridge to iravenport. In that city Mayor Voll mer and other officers of the citv government ami representatives of the lacnHrt Business Men's asso- ciation had prepared a reception, and also, luncheon. The- navenient in that city is to Ik iucctctl. when the party returns to Rock Island, leaving this evening at :45 over the ,. 11. & Q. for (ialeslMirs. which is reallv the objective point of the tour, and where the vitritied brick plaut will be in. s ported, tbe arty then going on to nurungton ami M. loui bcf.ire re. turning home. Tkw MtaHeaiMtlhi Patty The Minneapolis partv is com posed of. Aid. kiichli, acting mavor; Aids. long, Ingenhutt. Jennings, Ioye. Woodward. McGntre. McAlis- ter, Schwartr. Rollins. Peterson City Clerk Charles F. Hanev. Build. ing Inspector John A. Oilman, to. gethVr with Messrs. Gaylord. Snvder and llarr, city hall attaches; W. G. McMurchy, of the Minneapolis Times, ana Messrs. Cramer, Sbimpik and Skinner, citixens of Minneapolis. Mr. Haney is a former resident of Rock Island. He is a son of Rev. lr. Haney, who from 1868 to 1870. was pastor oftherirst M.c church here, and this morning Mr. Haney went up on Nineteenth street to look at the house where part of his younger days were passed. The Minneapolis people are look ing into the merits of brick paving. They have manv miles of granite, cedar blocks and asphaltnm in the Mill city, but no brick. ' They may try the latter next year, and 'hence the mission in which the gentlemen are now out. The Rock Island reception commit tee ic charge of the partv is com posed of. Mayor Medill, ex-Mayor Mc Conochie, Aids. Maucker, Evans, Kelson, Cramer, Knschmann.Schroc der and Kinner. City Clerk Huesing, CitT Attorney Haas. Police Magis trate Schroeder, ex-Aid. Knox, Capt. Robinson ami Messrs. Fred Hass and P. L. Mitchell. Hevently lajarcd. Yeaterdav mornim? while on their way to work, the section crew of ihe southwest division of the Rock Isl mail in eharra of Foreman Thomas Shields, found a man lying about 15 feet irom ine irac iwicnii miles below Davenport. He was bably cut around the head, but ap parently rctainou conai;iuuiiri.B. ivni.-h'iia Aid tint sneak. The pa tral wagon was sent down, and the Identitv oi ine man "" i u talon to his home. He proved to be Edward Lynch, who . -k Ua araa faL ln resiues in witoh anxiieal assistance sent for. The scalp was badly cut above. lip was split, while his left arm was broken. While his injuries are thpv ft re not nec- easariiy latai. nnie wn.. r" cations ahould ensue. Lyncb has bean employed by the Edwards Walsh Construction company on Its Drurr road contract, and left that city alonday night to come np to vote. He came up the train which arrives in Davenport iH0: P ad had laid where found all night. Just how the aoddent tePPMj Jj not clear, but the PPltio h be thought he was near hia home and jPd- The beat in the martwdjrt low est price lor October delivery, at T. H BHU'. . . AKttUS. y EDNE8DA V, NOVEMBER 8. EDITOR8 AND POLITICIANS. Tka KaaMriWtaaa Maattaal at MUm VmSi day-oauvra Malta a. ' Yesterday's convention at the Kea- tor house, Moline. of the republican editors of the Tenth conn i eaaional district, was attended bv Gen. S. D. Atkins, of Free port, president of the State association; Capt. J. W. Parker. Of Rock Falls: nM.tnr H..1 Morrison; W. O. Lovejoy and H. Em rich, of Galesbunr: n W Rl..ir A Aledo. and H. Uuinn. of Oalva Besides these were members of the congressional committee. Two of them are named above, and beside them was A. G. Hammond, of Wvom ing. Stark county. The congressional committ nr. ganized temporarily by electing H. Kmrich. of Galesburg. chairman, and C. L. Sheldon, of Sterling, secretary. The committee is to meet in Rock Island not later than March 15, to organize permanently. The Kdltarlal AasartattM. At the evening session of the edi torial association W. F. Eastman, of Moline, presided. Hehrv Emerich. of Galesburg. spoke on the political situation, and Gen. Smith D. Atkins. ofFreeport, talked on the political purposes, advantages, etc.. of edi torial associations. A permanent or ganization of the republican press of mi; irnin congressional ni.trint. ara. then perfected with the election of f . . . . . r. Mnman, oi tne Moline Uis pateh. as president; Charles Bent, of the Morris Sentinel, vice president: W. O. lovejoy, of the Galesburg man. secretary -treasurer. An exec utive committee of one from each county was also chosen: Punt. Wil liam Parker, Whiteside, chairman; . i yuavle. Rock Island: H. IS. Comstock. Henrv; John Porter, Mer ccr; Z. Beatty. Knox; and Charles T, Henderson. Stark. The meeting adjourned subject to can. MERRY WEDDING BELLS. Marriage of Fred 8. Mrtaola aad Katr Hough thin Moralng. Miss This morning at the residence of the bride's brother. A. R. Kough. 522 Elm street occurred the mar riage of Fred S. Nichols of Daven- jxirt. and Miss Kate Kough of this city. The ceremony was performed at !:3( bv Rev. F. W. Merrcll of the First Methodist church. A great numiier of friends and relatives of the contracting was parties present from the three cities. Among those from abroad were Ed Kough. brother of the bride, of Dj Kalb. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bryant of Princeton. Immediately after the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served, after which the young couple were made the recipients of a number of hand some presents. Mr. and Mrs. Nichols left on the 2:20 train for Chicago via Peoria. They will be gone about a week, and upon their return will go to house keeping at 524 Elm street. The couple are well known and much admired here, Mr. Nichols be ing bead stenographer in the Moline Wagon company offices in Moline. and the bride was, up to a short time ago, stenographer in the office of Jackson ac Hurst, this city- Now that the World's fair has been closed, there is eyery reason to hope lor a material improvement of busi ness In the small cities and country towns. ItTmost be admitted that on account of the fair much of the money has not gone into the regular busi ness channels. People will only spend of their surplus and which in many instances, owing to the finan cial distress existing, is becoming very limiteii. l be lair was a great attraction and everybody wanted to see it who couia in any way rake up enough money to get there. The ex penses on necessaries were curtailed, and besides, many who made pur chases would stand off the merchant, who, in consequence, was kept in the unpleasant position oi finding that bis goods were out, but that tbe money was not coming in with which to pay his bills. It is a common ex pression to hear now, "I am mighty glad the fair is over," which goes to prove how the fair affected business. Trl-Clty The Tri-City Ministerial associa tion held a meeting yesterday in the First Bantist church. Moline. Offi cers for the ensuing year were elect ed as follows: President E. F. Bartholomew, of Augustana college. A tee ttesident T. S. xonng, Mo line. Secretary-Treasurer W. S. Mar quis, Rock Island. An executive committee as loiiows was appointed: J. S. Cnmmings, Moline; Bullard, Davenport, and F. W. Merrell. Rock Island. Two tinners were read on the Ques tion, Will the Congress of Religions Benefit Christianity r' Kev. X. . Young having the affirmative and Rev. F. W. Merrell the negative. A general discussion followed. A Mew mas. The AaofS has just closed a con tract with the Duplex Press Co., of Battle Creek, Mich., for one of their fine Cox web presses, which it expects to have in operation in its press room by the first of December. The value of the machine ia W.600, and it will Erint 4,000 eight-page papers an onr. The best and quickest work for the oney in the city. T. H. Etxm, 1321 Second avenue. Telephone, 10SC THE MUSICAL CLUO. Wrat HHia at the Baaiaa at tmm X. M. C. A. Aiaattartaaa. ' The first recital of the season of the Rock Island and Moline Amateur Musical club was given last evening tn tne auditorium of the Y. M. C. A. building before a large, appreciative and well entertained audience. The program was one of great merit in its composition, and most charming ana aamtrabie in its rendition, nnm her by number. The program opened with an in strumental number from Liszt, "Reminiscences De Lucia De Lam- mermoor Fantasia Dramatiqne,'" bv Mrs. Simon. Miss Sehunn. of Moline. followed with the vocal rendition of Becker's Spring Tide." when Mrs. Robinson plaved Pane's "Scotch Airs." Miss Blakesley sang "The Flower Girl," from Bevignanni, and Miss Hass rendered "Rondo Canric- cioso" from Mendelssohn. Miss Schupp gave as a vocal selection, "Ave Maria from Cavalleri Raat! can," by Mascagni, and the delight- iui entertainment eoncinnea with a Moszkowski's "Mazurka," and Spin- aier s "roika tmuantc ' bv Miss Stephens, of Moline. n. Jeaepk'a Fair. The second evening of St. Joseph's church fair and festival was well at tended, a larger audience being pres ent than on the previous evening. The program was opened by a vocal solo, "The Owl in the Ruins." and "Two Little Girls in Blue," by Will Egan. followed bv a drill by the bovs of St. Joseph's school, in which the boys did excellent work, and won much applause. The third number was a vocal solo bv Miss Mae Rich ards, "Tell Me' With Your Eves." and in response to a well deserved encore she sang "Come Love, be Mine, after which the audience showed their appreciation of Miss Richards vocal powers by applauding her again and again. The program was men concluded bv a piano duet by the Misses Kate Brennan and Kate Normoyie, which was well rendered , , a ami won iouii ami continued ap plause. The refreshment table last evenins was in charge of the Misses Nora and Mary Brennan, Kate Kelly. Mary Maloney, Mary Meenan and Mrs. Dan aiaroney. For this evening's program the vuiii-s inuMiii iamiiy nave kinuiv consented to give two numbers, the iouowing oeing ine orner oi exer cises: TfaeSpiainh Tambooilae Dance Hit s Mttie a-d Lottie Jone. o nana Profco-, Gcorpo stroehle; rompr. the colorrd errant, T.J. Hurray: lfca eraonigw. Tim CM ta; Lib Sloan tea, John CoHtcmn: Bmtip-. the German. ,w- J. E.an; Ad line Prttl, Mae Kirhtr'a The LaatrbaMe Sketch. I'm Mot Old Enoarh to Know," lot tie and Milton Joao Hospital Kates. W . a a, a .. oeorge xuixver nas Kindly pre- semea i. Aninony s hospital with u mi auu vuair. Chris Lawson. of Moline. was ad mitted to the hospital yesterday for . V 14 ft. U1 FUCUU1UU1B William Diemer, who recently suf fered an operation for tumor, has been discharged from the institution. so far has he progressed toward re covery. A , surgical operation was per. formed at the hospital yesterday af. ternoon on Mrs. Julia Thompson for luoercuiosis, tne surgeons being Drs. Eyster, Sala, Lndewig and Asay. Iwa Heard Fraaa. Charles Moth, the wrestler, is in receipt of a communication from Evan Lewis, the strangler, in which he states that he will be in the tri cities tomorrow evening, and that on Sunday next he will meet Mr. Moth at the 'Turner Grand opera house in Davenport at S o'clock. The style of wrestling agreed upon will be two Graeco-Roman, and two catch-as-catch-can bouts. The man winning ine quickest fall wiu then be allowed his choice of the style of the last fall. The match no doubt will be a good one and will also draw a large crowd. ior uewis. "tne strAngler," is known far and widens a wrestler. rUca orrlaa the DetlberaUeaa. When men are enrared in affairs nf great moment, there ia apt to bean nn- derenrrent of fnn Rnrh aa anlritara nfton indulge in before an expected battle, and toe coniraat oeing violent these lighter matters are apt to be remembered. Mr. Jefferson used to say in his later years that tbe great Declaration of Independ ence would never have been signed so eoon but for the fact that there was a livery stable near the hall where the con greats at The weather was very hot, windows had to be left open, and from the stable came hnngry swarms of flies, which tickled the honorable gentlemeu's aOk stockinged legs until they were al most driven frantic. Men who might have kept np the debate for weeks were ready to sign anything to escape tbe flies! Exchange. Haw t Oet raraa. The Western Trail is published quarterly by the Chicago, Rock Isl and & Pacific railway. It tells how to get a farm in the west, and it will be aent to you gratis for one year. Send name and address to 'Editor Western Trail. Chicago," and receive it-one year.. JOHK SCAsTIAY. G. P. A- Themaoe used by the of the of leureaantarivea of It eaay rods twined held fat plaoa by sQ ver baavda. areever C,000 day at DolmaBattch, While the anltasi of Tnrkay H 1893; I II Mo pi or Done S Y S U ilmJL. L.i lUw : More about Coats and Wraps, As November advances our stock grows larger. Orders placed in August, orders placed in Septem ber, and purchases made in October have been rolling in for the past few davs until the department is more than crowded. Women- wear Misses' wear and Childrens' wear yon will find them all in our cloak department, and each successive season, better goods. rt!ra.,ae nd be' f-cjHties. Our display of Ladies' long, ht-fitting coats, with full skirts, trimmed with braid or fur. or both, i, only limited by the aUlity of. the manufacturers to turn out the goods. The stylish cuts, with the extreme lowness of prices are commented on by nearly every customer. WHIPS. No Whip factory has failed. However the great bargains we have just opened np from a large eastern factory, made us wonder how the thing couid be' done. You will wonder, every one who prices these elegant whips this week, will be made to wonder how it can be done. Splendid tan buggy whips, 51 feet long at 8c; black whips, 6 feet long 10c; Red buggy whips 12c. First-class stock, Java, buggy whips, black, green and yellow at 18c. Whips at 2 c worth 40, 4-stvles 50c whips at 25c. Whale bone whips, rawhide whips, car riage whips, English cart whips with lashes. The greatest bar gains yon have ever seen. BOOKS. Among the new books we are receiving for the Holiday season is a lot of 1.000 cloth bound, 12 mos. in over 10J different titles, at the low price of 8c each. A big job in illuminated Dress Goods, Stripes and Chevron ef fects on Monday and while they last, 12Jc per yard. Come in the forenoons when yon can. MCABE BROS. 1720, 1722, 1724 and 1726 Second ave. JUST RECEIVED The finest line of Shoes that were ever country. Here are kinds: Men's Picadily Calf Blucher. Men's Yale Cap Calf Blucher. ' Men's Yale Calf Blucher. Men's Yale Calf Congress. Men's Yale Calf Balmoral. Men's Columbia Calf Congress and Lace. Women's Russian Calf Hand Tarned Cork Sole Blncher. ROCK ISLAND, ILL. WHAT, A DlanbetSt Comforts at which we are offering our Parlor, Bedroom and Dining, Room Suits Kitchen outfits. Stoves and House Furnishings. Its a catching display we are making at figures as catching as a fire on a prairie. OUR TERMS Cash or on easy terms of pay ment without extra charge. G. O. H UCKSTAEDT, C. F. DEWEND, Manager Upholstering done to order Telephone HARDWARE, HATS. 150 Ladies' and Misses' high and low crown sailor hats and felt flats. The 62c, the 68c, the 75c kinds, all go on Monday at 47c. This announcement alone would fill our Millinery rooms with buyers, but the additional bargains will no doubt crowd us, tax our capacity. We may be unable to wait oh all. The following are a few of the drawing items: 500 single quills all colors, lc each; 125 bunches (3 in bunch) nice, curly, black Ostrich tips, 19c a bunch; 100 black birds 10c each. A big job of 50c and 75c fancy feathers 18c a piece. 6c per yard for 5 boxes of pure silk Moire (watered) rib bons. No's. 9 and 12 (quarter price) 6c. Hosts of other attrac tions we can't enumerate. Our Millinery department has been on a continuous boom all the season. Ladies' and Gentlemen's seen in this part of the a few of the different I U'amM'i rlnth TV. Tr I n.. 2 ed Cork Sole Oxfords, just the thing to wear with Over -Gaiters. Women's plain and Tip Hand Turned Cork Sole Shoe, the -only shoe that will assure dry feet, and lots of other different styles, all of which . can be had in width from A to E, and all styles of Rut-'.' bers from S to W. '..'' SCHNEIDER, CASH STORE, 1712 Second Avenue BURGLAR? No, the scores of bargains caught by buyers of our Furniture, Car pets, Stoves and House Furnish ings, and you'll certainly be caught napping and miss the chances we are offering if you delay making a purchase. The stock is on wheels so to speak and is running right away from us. It's a home run, too and you'll miss a point if yon don't make some of the runs come in yonr direction. That's easily enough done at the figure 1809-1811 Second Avenne. I Open evenings till 8 o'clock. No. 1206. , IflXED C0US3 PAltVTfc FL003 PAINTS. . oiifc XTiara lsad, ore. ' ISm) Tbirl A vena.