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THE ARGUS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1.
rr V S-,
Both the ntet'ioil and results wben
Syrup of iigs 13 taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
con ;Iv vet rromrt,lv nn tlio Tvi.1
,iver and Bowels, cleanses the sts-
lem cuouiuituj, uispeis coids, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of ta kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
rmd $1 bottles by all leading drug
gets. Any reliable druggist vho
may pot have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Ix not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAH FKAMCISCO. CAL.
LDOISVIUE. Kf. HEW YORK. Il.f.
J. B. BBIDv.
1 OTS TOB IAL.
trirr lot? in Mixwr'8 add'o, t SI.VW
in Ltod ' addition 4M1 to 800
l.Mf ! tlrL'i- HfluMs MIO 40
I -l R'i)t vxl I'urk
i il In Miue IV uiMitKri 600 to 1,5(0
ie ke r si ence property tn eiiy: (rood In
n aaavntF; nlnn a number of nice cottages which
nn M ana cheap ou long lime.
Rruirn 4. MiThell A Lyrde building, ground
floor, in rear or WHcni-ll & Lynde bank.
The 7-room brick cot
tage situated on the cor
ner of Eleventh St., and
Fourth Ave. has all mod
ern conveniences; house
in best of repair. Only
a small cash payment re
quired; balance on long
time. Positively a grea
For MrrfbeT information lnqnire ol
GEORGE F. BOTH,
At Jackson A Rant's office'
W. B. GRIFFIIVT.
S cc essor to .
GRIFFIN & KEATING,
No. 1712 First Ave.,
Rock Island, III,
Practical : : :
Ga9 Fitting and Ganeral Jobbing.
Cheaper than plain white.
As an inducement for Sat
urday Imytrs we willeell aline
of pretty decorated china cups
ana saucers at 6 cent each, on
Saturday . JS'or. 19th.
Wien, I offered the same
grade a few weeks agoat'lC
en .3 each, I thought it was a
bargain, and so it was. But
this is better; and if I hadn't
fomnd a large wholesale dealer
who was willing' to lose monej
on them, we couldn't do it.
"We shall also reduce pri
ces on all decorated cups and
Barkers on that day Saturday,
Hor. 19th one-tenth. No re
ition on plain white. n x ;
G. M. LVoo8X.it.
TOOK THE TOWN.
Democrats Claim Rock Island
for One Night.
B5J0I0DT3 OVEB THE ELECTION
The Street Prcrerslon tMt KrenlnE-The
Illumination-, Hon-Vlie, NeW ami
Other Modes or Demonstration Appro
priate Ilanner au4 InM-rlptlnn-A Great
TL-ijrjr Fittingly (vlehratvtt .
Th lemocra took city 1 ist ciht.
Td-y (Jut not atortu it, nor Wis their pos-833-i
d uf it chnracttr'z d bj any undue
or i:rvrotcr r.becrvbktcas. They simply
paint: d the town red ar-.d kicked up a big
rac'u't. From the time 'he fl.st rocket
wcr . ti.'avcDWM a il th flrot
oo'. fiom the tia , horn in the
LhcIs i,f ihe small Iny sanounced that
the c'c-hrstion bd tt-gnn rniil close on-
to th heels of mUlnight the noise
kini r igne.l. The atmosphere was
laJin with a hi:m of bores that
SOLuikd like a Brm -of hres
grcallv magnified. Nearly every
h.vly blew his own horn if be had one to
b'ow. Everbodv f It like, it and hr-ins
privileeed to thus txoress his enthusiasm
he stized the rpporUiniiy quite eatztrly.
Capt. Charles Durham, for instance, suc
ceeded in making as much noiie as it he
hai broujht the whistle of the Gen.
Barnard ashore. A. G. Miller nude a
hideous racket with a ra'.chei contrivance
used in the theatre to create the
soaud of a man falling down three
ui'uia oi sitirs ana turouirn a
bay window. Jobnry Welch gave th
force of his lungs play through a glaes
horn something less than a mile long,
itn awose tne aeaa in the cemeteries
back of Davenport. But these were oaly
a few instances of the celebration. It
was everybody's noise and everybody
contributed to it and bad a share in it
At 8 ockek a bon-fire on the levee in
the vicitity of Eighteenth street sent up
its sheet of flame and gave the signal fcr
lie detEOnsira'ioa to commence.
The procession formed on
square, and headed by Marshal
and aids, marched down Second
ii the following rrrk-r:
Marshal Wintrrand Aides.
Horsemen Mcv.nteit, 4U lien.
Csrr'sges Rearing Citizen- with Banners.
DeUcbuient cf Ste'verifon Club in Carriaye.
Bier Bea'inn Kematis o: XlrKin'ey Bill.
Horace Boies Cluh, Dsven(irt, 50 M en.
Third Ward Cli.b, Rock Island, .SO Men.
Brigade ofMonnted Hor-ciaun.
f tevenfoa Clab, 90 Men.
Second Ward Cable Club, tW Hen.
Plow Company Band.
Carriages cf Citiat-ns W tth New Brcoms.
ico;ated Wagons wi'h Banner, etc.
Wa.ocs with Fire Works
Decoro ed Wagoms with Noiie Making
The avenue all along was brilliantly
lichted and throngtd with crowd of en
thusiastic people, while shoots and cheers
denoted the happiness felt all along the
line. At Ninth street the parade turned
and marched over to Third avenue, into
which it wheeled. A grand scene of
splerdor was presented as the column
proceeded np the avenue . Stores, resi
dunces and shops were fair! abltz) with
h'ndsome decorations and illuminations
and exultant cheers filled the air. At
the corner of Twelfth street the proces
sion turned and followed that street to
Seventh avenue, the route being lined
with bright illuminations. Upon reach
ing Seventh avenue another long line of
gaily decorated and lighted stores and
houses was presented. The column
moved along the avenue to Seventeenth
street where it again turned and followed
Seventeenth to Sixth avenue, thence to
Eighteenth street and back again on to
Seventh avenue. These thoroughfaree
were all handsomely lighted and gay
decorations made a pretty scene. On
Ninth avenue, alocg which the
parade mcv. d eastward. the illum
ination and decortt.ons wrre of the
finest and at E'm Mret-i the colnain
wheeled and followed that. Hireet to Mo
line avenue, thence ean to tho Ilock Isl
and paseeceer d;;pct. lier it. counter
marched and ciOie dun ths a7cnU3
amidst a ttiumphaut slow of rorke's and
red Are, while hundreds of pyopk
crowdrd aiong lht; thitouhfare, aud
cheer after cheer told of the bouudlesj
enthusiasm thxt every w hero predomi
nated. At Twenty-third etreet the line
turned and marched over to Fourth aye-
nue, where it was met by another grand
ovation, Greek, fire ard rockets fil'ing
the air with a scene of tritis endeut ulory
When Twentieth street whs teachd the
8ame scenes were repraud and as the
column wheeled into Pccond avenue
resplendent scene of crand illuminations
was presented and a iid shouts of en
thusiasm with an accompaniment of
every conceivable manner of noise
making apparatus told plainly
of the glorious achievement of democ
racy. After reaching Market Fqnare the
line broke up.
Among the many features that added
to the illuminations tbere was none per
haps that had a prettier effect than the
red beacon lights burned from the fcltc
trie light towers, which spread a soft
crimson hue over the streets below
Banner and Inscription.
(scattered throughout the procession
were a number of transpierces nd apt
inscriptions, a happy feature of which
anv way ofTersive Some of the mora
attrctive wre uoh as the following:
Twenty-sven 1 hoa.aad what th Matter
with Illinois-Mi all K'ght!
"C C C C!evelnl. Cable, Chicago Did th
"Fareweil, coss, F.vewe'l "
"Hurrah for Mull g.m and Cl- an Polilll;.',
Free Haw Material aod Tarifl for KcTenj
"Weil. Well. Wells Bonnie's a Beat "
Hlatita i-. nil i, ight.
"Our Bi Fonr-C y.ao('. Merentoa, iltgsld,
1 atile "
Tnnsparer.cv of Cab e ant Colli.ra with la crl-
Hons. "Wt After Pbelhr M Culler Hat."
"Oar Candi late for V b siWr li "94.'
It wo:!,'i be iuiojoH.blo to desciibe or
to note ail the illuminations or to dJus-
tice to them. AHng Second avenue there
was sjircely a business bo.ee tht did
not present a bright scene of some tort
Those that ware par.icaia.rly compli
mealed were the Stevenson and Q. O.
Huck. taed's building, Wi liamSDresscn,
C. Ritm-assen. Kw.l & Math, the Rick
Island house and The Argus building,
both the latter sending f.r.a volcanoes
of red fire as the procesaion-stsrte J on its
long march, and as it wound its way
through the streets laid out by the mar
stW and staff red beacon lights burned
on the tops of the abandoned electric
ltgnt towers indicating the location of the
There were so many pretty illumina
tions and decorations, as Thb Aequs
id, thai to attempt a detailed descrip
tion is out of ths question. Some of
those descrying of special mention were
the following: .;'
The residence of Father Thomas
Mackin, Stint Joseph's school;
residences of Georn W, Ilenry, Fred
Hss. Msj. H. O. Connelly, Mi. L. M.
Buford. J. V Bailey. Col. G. F. Hobtn-
son, Capt. w. A. rhfmsnn, Cspt. W.
H. WhiBler. Sheriff Gordon. C. C.
Hodges and J. S. Drrab, Aid. D nCor
ken. Cspl. George Lamont. George W.
Aster. Jonas Betr. M J. Murphy and
Mrs. Coiken. J R Johnston, Mrs Anna
Doonan, Guttlieb Z wicker. Porter Skins
ner, George Wagner, V M. and L C.
Blanding, the Cable mansion and grounds,
Mrs. P. Grady, tbe places of busiaess
of Emil Koehltr, 8chwecke &L'.)cbmann,
George B. Browner ard Dolly Bros,
i.o. o. r.
The grand lodge of the I. u O F. me
at Springfield on Tueslay and the fol
lowirg officers were elected: Grand
patriarch, Samuel J. BaKer, of Olney:
grand high priest, II. T. Eberlein. Cr
rolton; grand senior warden. W. H
Smollinger, Galefebarg; grand junior war
den. Julius Raible, Aiton; grand scribe.
John C Smith, Chicago; grand treasurer,
Job P. Foss, Chicago. Walter B. Car-
i!n. of Jerseyville, was re elected repre
sentative to the sovereign grand lodge,
The other representative is W, II
Urocker, oi (Jhicago, who holds . over.
The appointive c fleers are: William L.
Draper, of Salem, grand sentinel; Will
iam Schmidt, of Salem, grand outside
sentinel; Simoel C. Sutton, of Pekin,
grand marshal. The encampment ap
propriated f lr000 for the proposed dem
ocstration in Chicaga during the World's
Magistrate Wivill todav rendered his
decision in the case against A. B. John
son, charged with assault with intent to
murder, dismissing the case against him
la the case of John Lconey and
Charles Wood, charged with' assault
Magistrate Wivill fined the former f 10
and the latter t3 and costs.
Two men in the act of appropriating
some clothing from a line in Gus Englin's
yard on Twelfth street were surprised by
some ladies in the house and made good
their escape before obtaining any cloth
Probably the most disagreeable weather
of the season set In eany this morning
and a combination of rain, snow, slush
and wind has characterized today's con
ditions. The signal service promises i
continuation of the same for the next It
hours, when a cold wave may be ex
During the month of October the av-
age number of clear days was 16; fa'r
dys. 8;' cloudy days, 8. There were
fogs on the lCth,17th,lth,2!nd and SSrd,
and frosts almost continuously from the
5ih to the 31t- '
. Court Callings.
In the circuit court the case of Terman
v-. Honowaker, an- action for damages
was taken up today.
The jury in the damage suit of Wylie
vs. the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
railroad, yesterday brought in a verdict
for the defendant.
- KlTr Klpleka.
Tha stage of witer at Rock Island
bridge at roon todsy was 1.60 and the
temperatute was 34.
Travel across the bridge yesterday was
as follows: Foot north, 879; son'h, 831
total, i.biz. teams north, 733; Souta
7.22; tola'. 1,447.
Salvation Oil is repeating iu cure of
neuralgia, rheumatism, headache and
toothache every day, tic til their name is
legion, f rice 2oc,
Mexico City nd Retarn.
From Nov. 13 to Nov. 25 the C. R. I,
s: v. tty. win Mil tickets to Mexico City
and return at rate of one fare. Tickets
gool to reinrn up to Dec. 31.
F. H. Pluhubk,
. - Wainted. ' ;
A gaod, reliable girl a cook. Apply
to .tirs. Pci! Mitchell, 730 Seventeenth
Two Interesting Weddings In Rock Islaud
Samuel Moffatt and Miss Merr F.
Doonan of Bowling were married at the
borne of the bride's father, William
Doonan, in Bowling, on Wednesday,
Nov.. 8 at 2.80 o'cloik p. m. The couple
were attended by Ssmuel Hicks of Pre
emption and Miss Lula Fulsinger of this
city. After a teasun of congratulations
a sumptuous wedding feast was served
and the gtu-eU spent several Lours in so
cial pastime?. Both tho high con tric
ing parties are well known aud have the
best wishes of many friea:'s.
This evening at the h me of the bride'
parents, Mr. and Mrs W. H. Z egler in
Coe occurs the mirriagc of Mis Flora
Ziegler to Ira M irtin. of Hillsdale, Rev.
L. H. Ccflmaa, of Bethel Bipiiet church.
Hillsdale, officiating. The hapoy couple
will make their home at Port Byron
unction, where ths groom is assistant
agent for the C..B. & Q and C. M. &
St. P. railwajs. The ptrtits to the sol
emn compact are two of the tnodt popular
young people in the upper end of the
county, both come from well known
families acd the worthy couple will re
ceive the congratulations of hosts of ad
miring friends, including Ths Arou.
Married by the Magistrate.
Magistrate H. C. Vt ivill last evening
united in marriage William C. Kaskadden
of this city, and Miss Mary Ktstenmacher,
of Stockton, Iowa. The ctremony oc
curred at the home of the groom's brother
on Tenth avenue between Nioth and
Tenth streets and the happy couple will
make their home in this city.
Magistrate H. C. Wivill this afternoon
united in marriage William F- Henderson
of Orion, and Miss Ida Radcliff of Coal
Valley. The rertmony was performed
at hU honor's odce, with all due solem
J. L. Overmyer, route agent of the
Ad-iDis Express Co., was in the city to
day looking atier the company's interests
here. After Januiry 1st, as previously
stated in Tub Abqcs. the Adams will
run alltha lines of the C.,B &Q .both east
and west of " the Missouri river an ag
gregate of 7,100 milts. This will give it
unlimited facilities fur handling busis
ness and will make it a strong competitor
of the American. United States and
Wells, Fargo & Co. in the west. By
this change the "Q" lines into the city
ill pass into the hands of the Adams
so that the company's force will neces
sarily be increased here.
A member of one of the marchiug clubs
in last night's parade so far forgot him
self as to drop out of the ranks and get
into trouble with a looker-on, which
resulted tn him getting the worst of it all
the way through and now carries several
evidences of the encounter.
Another member of the marching clubs
goi into a aimcuity witn a young man on
a i ... ...
oecunu avenue ana me latter pair were
arrested and will probably have a bearing
torAght. They gave their names as W
8 Young and Charles Fray.
pieces to select from; who pay
4 cents to $1 for that which
yon eon get ot 10c ot
C, C. Taylors
1717 Second Avenue.
To call your attention to a few facts:
Tour eresleht Is priceless the eye seed good
ear : improper spectacles are inlorioas, you
shoo) J tot trust your eyesight to irresponsible
pcuoier ui cuuap suecuivies.
H D. FOLSOM
is a Practical Optician, and will take pains to
properly fit yonr eye for every defect of vision
ana wiu guarantee a penect nt in every case.
If the linec in thij diamond hfrnre !o not
appear aqually black ia all the different
meridians, it indicates a defect of siirht
11 A. i i , . .
uiat causes nervous neaa-acbe and should
e correctoa at osiw. Lyes tested free.
' H. 0.l6LS0E,i;
Jeweler and Optician.
TlNWARS AND HotTSK
1812 8SCOND AVENUE.
Special Sale of
BOOTS AND SHOES
AT THE CARSE
Wright & Peters' Dongola Hand Turn
Dull donff welts. .
Mat kid top .
" Straight goat
Stribley's Dongola band turn. . .
Cloves' " Welt
m. o. patent tp
French & Bali's Cordovan hand sewed,
Calf band sewed
Bav State Calf Welt
We QuAianiee the 6bove to tK-kiwtr
store and inspect our goods nd pr:ci:
gains that we are now offering.
Upon the solicitation of a number of our leading
Physicians we have secured the agency for the safe
of the celebrated Brotherhood Wine Co's. Wines and
Liquors, which are unexcelled for medicinal use. . ' .
- We have the following goods in original pint
Pare Table Cam
Norton' Brimig Claret..
Also. Old XXXXX Emerson Rye 79 in original qts;
T. H. THOMAS, Druggist:-;
ly 1 fo Call It
PAM' US or Low Prices.
FAMOUS for Good Goods.
FAMOUS for Courteous Treatment.
FAMOUS in the Tri Citie?.
As the test place to buy footwear. Onr trade is iccrtaEiiig
every day And here are the prices that do it: -.- - ,
Men's Qoodjear welt, calf.congress and
bals., f 3.48.
Men's back'e ehres 98c; good value 11.25
Men's rubber shoes. 49c.
Men's buckle arctics. 9j.
Men's felt boots and overs, $L9D;
worth, $2 00.
We have this week received an impor
tation of Trench white china for decora
tion. ALBUMS Our line this year is far
ahead of anything we have
had in the past in style, and
lower in pric3.
BIBLBS We have a well selfcd line
of the celebrated Dolman
family bibles. Also bis new
self-pronouncing teacher's edi
tion . Call and examine these
and oar Oaford and Baystcr
FRAMES We are this year a? hereto
fore making a special feature
ef our framing department
ana prices are lower and fin
ish is much improved.
wood goods guaranteed.
AJ td( of Cat
Given Socaesi- ' 'V ' .
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
& CO STAND.
CAUSE a co
and Welt $4.50
. ;c: 5.50
thn evr before t-ffered. Call tt ur
w have a s a greut many oiLer bar
Has' ' ' - a
Successor to Carse & Co.. 1622 Second Avenue. ..
Old Brotherhood Brandy.
Old Cherry Brandy
Old Medicinal Port
Old Sweet Delaware
Sx. Old b roc ten Pert
lollies' dongola patent tip tl.4S; worth'
Ladies' felt slippnrs 50c. Oc; and M
Children's grain box top school t-hoe li
Infant shoe, !dbc.
Ladies' rubbers. 20c.
I All are genuine bargains. . -
FAMOUS SHOE STORE;
108 W. 3d near Brady Davenport, Iowsl.
Gr. L.WYNES & CO.
Note It Down.
Dish Pans lOqt ISc. 14 qt 3c 174i'. 27c
O. K. Lanterns.., 45
Superior Wringers .......1.85
Coal Hods S,22
Tea and Coffee Po:e 10. 15,
Flower sifters 10c
Clothes Pins 12 02, for lie
Tooth Picks 8
Pie Tins 3
Puddirg Palis 3, 4. 5. 7. 8c
Silverware Tray? , 84
Tea Spoon per set. . .
Kickle A! arm Clocks .
.... for 4
of Ite Bndy street
Jlgwer eonrtaatly oa fcaod.
was that none v. ere calculated to be
" j Flower. tore - r
Oa block r t- or Ceclr i para the r
. 301 Ural trte-n)arcnpMl,lH