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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18. 19.
TSoth. the method and results when
h'ynip of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
snd re freshing to the taste, and acts
penlly yet promptly on the Kidneys,
ljiver ana juoweis, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels cold's, hearl
r.clies snd fevers and cures habitual
coiiFtip.ition. Syrup of Figs fe the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the tasta and ac
ceptable to the etomn.cn, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the roost i ofti .-., who by r-- n .b- c-Hw cou
i.,iii, i. i i .. .
in.ui.ujr uiiu ajjrwaiiio Buosiances, lti I
many esmiont qualities commend it
to ad and have made it the vao-l
popnhir remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in COc
rind $1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pn
cure it promptly for any one wlic
wishes to try iu Do Dot accept any
CALIFORNIA FIS SYRUP CO.
SAN FRAhCISCO. CAL.
10U1SV1LLE. Hf. HEW Y08K. II.V.
J. K. BSIDV.
Real Estate -
ion TOR !.
Pom hrr lots in M inter's adtf'ii. il,(M
Ix'b in Lyon--' atM tion 4Vi to
litB Irirnll-ff tMebt. JO to
l.o-. in K'g -wo.id Ptrrk
l.'t in !i line I v adililion "'0
8.ne tnw ? fi '.'ix-f P'oporty in ci:v; cood ii
e'meMi.; m ritrretier id nice cottui- whi-ti
t an b. Iriti ct;t"ip on Ioe, time.
ftmm 4. V.i rl'.i 'l l.yndc biiildinrt. e70
floor. Ui v.lT of ,V. noli. i A: liru:e !ltliK.
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 grer.t
For farther iwlorination inquWre of
GEORGE F. BOTH,
At Jick-on Hnrpt'8 office
OT. 3. GRIFFIN,
S ice cor to
GRIFFIN & KEATING,
No. 1712 First Ave.,
Rock Island, III,
Practical : : :
Gas Fittinc; bd(1 General Jobbing.
Cheaper than jdain white.
As an inducement for Sat
urday Imytrs we will Bell a lir e
of ptr-tiy decorated china cut s
aiid Es-uct-rs at 6 cents each, cn
Saturday, lo. 19th.
V?hfn I offered the eaire
grade a few weeks ago at 10
ents each, I thought it was a
bargain, and so it was. But
this is better; and if I hadn't
found a large wholesale deakr
who was williDg'to lose money
on them, we couldn't do it.
We shall also reduce pri
ces ou all decorated cups and
Eaueers on that day Saturday,
Nov. 19th one-tenth. No rt -daofeion
on plain white.
Q. M. Loosley.
Mat Sjb4 at.
iWON THE PRIZE.
Rock Island Gets the Head Of
fices of the M. VV. A.
BY TOTE OP THE HEAD CAMP.
lond News From Omaha Tui Morning
KJ. NaweV Office a WcH'mHu Uotn
to b Here UerrafUt-Tfmporarj and
IVrmunt-ut Quarter for the Order-Some
If-a of lit Value to the City.
"Head .-Ink's office aoea to R ck Isl
and by vote of head c?.mp." Such
whs the r-adini of a telcgrHtn from J. F.
Manjrer, who is anen 1 eg to head camp
m-iting of th Mo.l-rra VVo.r.m n if
America hi O.naha,
Thb Abacs this
morning. R-,CK Mm.i's mol ne'.ive
rival? for thp i)r;z ! wer mythic TV-nri
and Springle) i, but tens ci'y his hi 1 the
icsi - track from he Art Us nimir-
b!e lo.-ntion ;.! ic:r8.hility hiv? been
in iu )Hvor Bid i had the fur her
I a Ivho i fouti'n-trv vi'h the lit 1
.irnr.t: M, h,.,u . -, ,j j W. H.wes
bifiil cli-rk ii f fit- or 1, r. imvi ofl.-n bt'l i
sessi.jiis tu n, hihI a fivoa'iU tin'-eMm
of !h'' ci-tv bni. !;.; thiio crt'vcf! in tbtir
riiis ii d
1t l.cii'nl lin.trtorp..
It is lrrib!e th if tb head o3ces in
: irK ' t r liin, who as an
tounrrl yenterilny n urt'tnunt ulf re-
clKC'inl la i m1 i krk of trie order, will be
removt.1 10 H n-k l-'ir'l at oice, ocouuy-
ian a Icmp'-.rr. q i irt-rs eitber the
suite of rooms ii Mitcbtll S. Lvode'a
buil1ij r or tlioi 4d Ilerrv Carse's new
b'ock. both of which were presented,
and sooner or la'.cr build on the o on
which tte committee hse an option. Tais
lot t Taiiifa at 53 lit). lj tbe owner,
Cttpt. A. J. Wkitney, and Hi the orctar
hn $o7,W() surplus is its treasury it t
likXy tbat a perrraooct buildins; for tbe
oriov will be put up at no fr distant
Tb". 1ai-kt ibf order has increases
frrr 4'!-.ol'- C73 t0 in memb rstip in
the List ;wi years is fair eviiieace of
its imfi'T'Hoce nijd popultnty. jSot only!
will it j;rve of fcrv-Ht H'.'Yintaft to Rick
Iiand in p.dat of i.i! 'Tti:i 13 the city,
but the nuift r of pes u! rf-vtmie is rta
ci'.".! I i i- '11.
Th. VVork.'or l.,l.nil
John Odlwt-il. r. of ilia K n k Iilaad
.iekca'.ioD, re!urrd from Umba 'his
muri ir.c:, haviui; Uft v.-tte rd-iy afternoon
-re )ocnti:;n of ILe head offices
ws detern ined. Mtss'rs. E. W llurtt
and G. F. Roih left Oaiaba yesterdty
aftercooo for tte west and E. 11. Guyr
was to letiTe thi6 ra irDina:, tbecomnnittee
bavins; done all Uiat was possible in le
balf of Itock Island. The Woodmon
d .-.'legatee, J. F. Munt'er. C. G. Summers
and J. H. Kerr, of this c-ty. W. S. Pid
c:ck of CordoT-,, L. A. Vinton of Mo
ilne and D.n B, liorne of Davenport,
worked faithfully for Uock IiKn.i, ee
did, cr coarse, Mj. C. V. llawoa and
biri tfficic-Dt HPtietant. II. E Cns:eel.
CunreAraaa W. A. Rryin of Lincoln,
K.':b., prest ntil Rn. k I-landV cisirr.s for
tb? bc iil ( Cues.
(iciirnil ltuniuj'S wT tl:" Onlor.
Amonj; the mott i:i.f;jr'i.tit business of
the head Cutnp oiUerwis has been the
increasing of the nun.b r of head physi
cians from one to ibrce. Head Consul
Noribcott'e report fabows that in
the pnst two years the mem
bership has iucreasod from 40.
(XiO to 73,000, and the rate of suspen
sions bad decreased in a wonderful ratio
and was low almost nominal. In that
time the order had paid $1,100 000 to
the beneficiaries of deceased members,
and had accumulated f 58,011.15 in the
general fund. During that period there
bad been 491 new camps added to the
rolls. The cost of insurance had not been
increased, and every feature of the order's
work was in a most satisfactory condi
tion. Head Consul W. A. Northcott, Head
Adviser II r.am C. Sedges and Head
Cleik C. VV. Ha.we3.were reelected by
acclimation. On the ballot f ir head
banker, D. C. Zmk received 53 votes,
D.T. Tbornton 27, and M. A.Thayer
37. .Only one of the three physicians wag
elected. Dr. Frank Swallow, of Kansas.
J. W. White and C. T. Heydecker, of
Illinois; J. Q. Johnson, of Kin3as, and
A. R- Talbot, of Nebraska, were elected
members of the board of directors. The
old auditing committee, consisting of
Perry Perkins, of Iowa; II. A. Lirrabee,
of Minnesota, and H Pierce, of Wiscon
sin, were reelected, and the remainder of
the list was filled as follows: Htai
Escort, W. U. Dobson, Minneapolis;
head watchman, Louis Haas, Illinois;
bead sentry, L. E. Mentsch, Illinois;
head chaplain, F. F. Farmoloe, Illinois.
It i not what its proprietors say but
what Hood's Birsaparilla does that tells
the story of its merit. Hood's Sirsspar
U-xioo City and Return.
From Nov. 19 to Nov. 28 the C. R. I.
& P. By. will s'-dl tickets to Mexico Oily
acd return st rate of one fare. Tickets
good o return up to Dec. 31.
F. H. Plumme.
A good, reliable girl as cook. Apply
to Mrs. Phil Mitchell, 729 Seventeenth
C V. Koraelt Foil 11 J Suspend ral With a
llnlter In a Darn in the K.'. Knd ofTo
Gus Theirman, i t thr fi. in of Brooks
A Theirman upon 0111 intu a barn
: owned by William H-in.n ue-.r Forty-
second street and Third iseiiiie U'e yes
terday aftcrmou ilisc .vert d :ht body of
a tBin banjiuK fro:n th- rifivr-'. He
imtaediattHy cut da tu-j bidy, but
f jund thit iife rs exii.ut 111 1 10 all ap
pearances lae miu bail heo dad some
time. Coroner Uies W'ia immediately
notice i sn i turae.t His boty over to
UnderHker Know, h took it to his
rooms on Twen'.ieth siriet.
Tbe man was a s r iini-r to all who
viewed the rem ti;.a. Mug about 4') yara
of age, hav.iii; l.'ie afne 1 t'jCtf of a for
eisner. In o;M-r 1 1 :e.).np.i-.h h:a par
p tsc he had ttt co Vu h iiief fiotn a b.r.e
in theb-trn aud pi .. i' t; tins noove about
the neck ewuou hi'.--l' otT.
Aftr br-ini; n 1. ,i 1 l', r ni-r H-iwes
impa.-.nficd j n v.- m :.- j i. J. H. C:e-
lml, for.-rnH.i, L. V. E khurt, Clyde
E;)erhail, H. D. Fli-.n. V. B. lltnsoa
and 3. F. Kiox, win up end
viewed the ve n .-iii-. after which vjour:.
luentwa. t ik.-u until 1 bis m m'tig.
VV. C. M ui'ki r, i f ihr. Mauckir house,
wen! i and if; r vihwina the remains
i ttftttifi.d iht m ia 'ho- 01 C F. Kirsi.lt,
who had boaii d a', his nnu-c since list
April, hoigull bait h-en miiil.iM'd as a
trackman on 'be Mi.ati eleeina line and
was ordinarily of t;oofi hu!i.9.
The inq it si was h id at he coroner's
o3ice toijay, ihi Cr-i witaess tx .aiined
being Gus TUeirunau, wbo testifi d to
having foiuitl t;ie i. d , 6,;eniKd in the
bars and to havi ig notiKel Mr. Hanson
and later tbe police wh niioimotied the
W. C. Maucker wan iht.-n put on tbe
eland, and iest fi ;d to having viewed tbe
remains of tae Oetd ir n aud found vbem
tj be those of C. F.- Korseil. Witness
BUted that deceased kil hurried with
him since April lact, but abaut 10 davs
aeo had Kot on a rir nr-iCKd spree and
hid been lock'-d up in ine police etaiioa
couple of .lays. Iu a rouvtr avion with wit
n;ss on Wednesday tit- 'e-ov d slgoiStd b;
intcuuon of toint: to t'tiictio which wn
t:ie Itist fcei a ot hiiK a?;v.:. Witnefs fur
ibi r 6Ulud lt:tl Knr--!l ths of Swedish
nationality aaJ ab-iai 37 jv.ts of ae.
Uutleriaker mix t.ien leflified to the
fuel of h'u being raoed aad oiti(j to
the barn in coaipany wilh the coroner
aud several ut.rs ami removiug the
body to hi rooms.
The jury bq; nly after ret jrnd a ver
dict ia accorl.ece witn tbe testimony
submitted, tbut deceased "came to his
de&ih by ha.iiim hitose'.f with a baiter
in a sniall barn near tbe fo.; of Tuirty
eighth street in the city of Koek Island
on Xov. 17. 18S2.''
Nothing more hag bee.o learned of the
cause for the rish ac'.. lhf genera! impres-
;siou bein;; thai be did it while suff ring
from tbe tllecis 1 I his recent debauch.
His rumaiaa wi'.I probatdy tie interred by
Undertaker Koox tomorrow.
The Social Side.
Mrs Timothy Murphy givs a thimble
party at her home on E m sUvet this af
ternoon ia honor of the 5'isses Denk
mann and Weyerhaustr. Mrs. Phil
Mitchell gives a reading during tbo
afternoon and Miss Mabi.l Cody of Mo
line will assist with a vocal solo. A 5
o'clock tea will conclude the affair.
Invitations are cul f.r a reception to
be Riven at the home of Mrs. H. B.
Burgh next Tuesday afternoon from 3 10
6 o'clock. Mrs. I. D. Burgh and Miss
Eva Burgh will assist in receiying.
John Cramer and wife were given a
pleasant surprise at their home, 3701
Eighth-and-a-half avenue last evening
a large number of their friends assem
bling to celebrate the occassion of Mr.
Cramer's thirty seventh Vdrtbday. Asa
remembrance they presented him with a
handsome easy chair, after which the
guests sat down to a delicious spread.
It was a happy oacr.sion and will long be
remembered by those who were present.
Good old Santa Claus has desidad to
pitch his camp in the large and attractive
basement of the Boston store, Davenport.
Many months has old Santa Claus spent in
making preparations for this camp.
Carloads of Christmas and New Year'8
presents have arrived and Santa Claus
will be glad to have all bis friends meet
him on Saturday to take the first pick of
this rare collection .
The sale of oae hundred and ten bar
gains continues until after Thanksgiving
and such a storm as yesterday's could not
prevent many of our customers from
taking advantage of such unusual offer
ings. Tbe same bargains will be found
on sale in sufficiently large quantities to
supply all that may visit us until the
sale closes. Respectfully, v
A God-send is Ely's Cream Balm. I
bad catarrh for three years. Two or three
times a week my nose wou'd bleed. I
thought the sores would never heal. Your
Balm has cured me." Mrs. M. A. Jack
son, Portsmouth, N H.
I have had nasal catarrh for ten years
so bad that there were great sores in my
nose, and one place was eaten through.
I got Ely's Cream Balm. Two bottles did
the work. My nose and head are well.
I feel like another man. C. S.McMillen,
Bibley, Jackson county, Mo.
WEST END WORK.
itting Celebration of Garnssy
A PLEASANT EVENT LAST EVENING.
The Went Knd InproTement Association
Ioe It.clr Proud by Entertslnlugr the
Municipal Authorltlea A Itoantuou.
Spread and Music Knllven. the Oomsion
Rpeeche. and Central Sorlabllity I're.
Us Couneilmen anil Citl.ens Meet and
Tbe headquarters of the WestEad Im
provement ae9oci'ition in Chirks Enel's
buildiug on 8:fb e're't. wis tbe scene of
a yer? pleseant afliir last nitiht, it being
a celebration of ibu c imoletion of Girn-
sy fq lait. Am '"g iho: e pre-ent were
Mayor McOonoehie, Ci;y Cl-rh Koehlcr
aud Waier Works Superiu'endenl Mur
rin, besides near v all ihe members if
the city council. A fine pr a l tht had
ber.'O arr-4ned.con;s'in of o,s ers, tur
key and Beasonah'.e dd'c icies Wi served
whicii nil tnjoted. The Piov 8i-.p
baud d.s -our.-ed fine ir u-ic an 1 a q'lir-
t.ttte comp scd of email s E.igrl, C. C
Hodges, John Blidei and Gus Kncbow
Cati rl'U:;ed ibt.- c!iupaiv with V: cul
The Mayor Speak.
r resident U ic. gan of tbe VVet Eud
Imr.roviment a?-fccia-i. a "buu ch ltd cn
Mayor KcConchiv, b iu a short a!-
drers spoke of the urvwtb d tte cit
during the past ft. w yearrf and of tue
amount of moaey that hid been ex
pended in tbe way of improvtmcnt. He
p. kn of the municipil authorities hav
ing been critic:sed b the pre. 9 and oth
ers for not having provided more fire
protection and the proposed scale house
on Market Square, and then in detail n
plained the difficulties that were in the
way f such aciion. owing to the scarcity
of funds which had been consumed by
th-e uimy street inteisi cii-ms thit the
city hail paved iu tue past few months.
He later spnke of the d.Cf. rent indua
trit e that bad leen slartod and of tVe
healthy (rrowth of tbe eiiy on all s:d ;s
taking uccasion to complimeLt the west
ead ei'lz us rf thi ir enterpriti.-.g ppirit.
Al leiuiKn Sobroeder iln-n made a few
rt murks in wL c:i h 8;oke t f the import
anre id paikj to any city and of the
msny kind tbiiiL'8 he b .d heard paid
about Ihote of our own city while trav -elina:.
Oiher r marks wtre m.ide by Altler
men Knox Kennedy, Johnson acd B'adel
and a'so by Thomas Smart, City Clerk
Koehler, J. K, Brandenburg, President
Gabagtn of the Wee tEnd association
and Vice President Hodges.
The affair was a Very pleasant one in
every respect, and shows tbe good feeling
that exists throughout tire city and how
its citizens are working shoulder to
shoulder for R-iek Inland's advancement
That true frio: d to ad sulletiag with
colds r.nd coughs. Dr. Iiuil's Couch
Syup, will always help and never dis
appoint you, as other cough remedies do.
pieces to stlect from; who pay
4j cents to $1 for that which
you eon get ot 10c ot
C, C. Taylors
1717 Sicond Avenue.
To call yonx attention to a few f acts :
Tonr evceicht Is pricclcos the eyes need good
care : improper ppeciarieH are njjnrioue, you
should rot trust your eyesight to irresponsible
peuuier. 01 curap ru-viaut!s.
H D. FOLSOM
Is a Practical Optician, and will take pains to
prnpenv ni your eye lor every detect or vision
ana win guarantee perrtct ut in every case.
JM" ' ft. ffl 'Win M. rrA .1 If lw. tm to MM if (tea
MMHI b. MfHMd .itA MM ail - -- .Ml U.
K the lines in this diamond figure la not
appear equally black in all the different
meridians, it indicates a defect cf sight
iniik euu&eB nervous neaa-aehe acd should
sc corrected U once. Lyes toslcd free.
H. D. F0LS0M,
Jeweler aud Optician.
' S f5?i S iT? V cy'"S .i'sT
TiiVWAltT? A1' H.'iUrtl-
Iiil3 fECNi AVENUE.
Special .:. al 5 of
AT THE CARSE
r'.kbt & F'tteis' Ponaola IThnd Turn and
Dull ilong welts
' DoiiKolis M. S
" Mat kid top
Stnbley's Dong-da band turn
al. 3. tiutcnt tip
Freccb & HaV.'s Cordovan band sewed.
Calf hand fewed
Uns 'Hate Calf VVelt
We G aj.nree the Hbove to be V wt r
s'ore and in-pect our goods nl prici; w- bav s a great many other bar
gains that re are now offering.
Upon the solicitation of a number of our leading
Physicians we have secured the agency tor the sale
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 ', able Can-t. .......
Norton', ecdltug Claret.
W ndoir:. . . . ,
Also. Oki XXXXX Emerson Rye 79 in original qts.
T.- H. THOMAS, Druggist.
We Gall It
Because we F.M US for Low Frie s.
Intr-cd FAMOUS for Good Goods.
It to FAMOUS for Courtet.ua Treatment.
Be FAMOUS in the Iri Cities
A a tbe best place to buy footwear. Our trade ia increasing
every day And here are the pric-s that do it:
Men's Goodyear welt, calf.congress and
Men's tuck'e sh ei 98c; g o 1 value 1 25
Men's rubber (.hoes, 49c.
Men's buckle arctica, 98c.
Men's felt 'boots and overs, SI. 95;
worth, $2 59.
We have this wetk received an impor
tation of French white china for decora
tion. ALBUMS Our line this jesr is for
ahead of anything we haye
had in the past in style, and
lower in prici.
BIBLB3 We have a we'.l seltc'f d line
f the celebrated Holman
family bibles. Also Lis new
self -pronouncing teacher's edi
tion. Call and examine these
and our Oxford acd Bayster
7RAMI3 We are this year at hereto
fore making a special feature
of our framing department
and prices are lower and An
ion is much improved. All
wood goods guaranteed.
Ail kind of Cat Flowers constantly on hand. 4
- Flower Store
Oa bM Mtaf awd park. ihargMtb
ROCK ISLAND, ILLi.
& CO. STAND.
CARSE CO S Oil
''-sn ever b' fore tiered. Call at our
Carse & Co.. 1 022 Second Avenue .
Oitl Rroitat-rhood Brandy
Old Chenv llrannv
old Merlic'inal Port
Old Sweet Delaware
Kx. old lirociou Port
L- dies' dongola patent tip $1.43; worti
Ladies' felt slippnrs 50c, 75c; and 93.
Children's grain box top school shoe 03c
Infant shoes, 28c.
All are genuine bargains.
FAMOUS SHOE STORE,
108 W. 3d near Brady Davenport, Iowa.
G-. L. vVYNES & CO.
Note It Down.
Dish Pans lOqt 18c. 14 qt 23cl7qt27c
O. K Lanterns 45
Superior V lingers 18S
Coal Hod? 22
Tea and Coffee Po's 10. 15. 20, 25
Fiower sifters 13c
Clothes Pins 12 oz, for 14
Tooth Picks S
Pudding Pans .3, 4, 5, 7, fit
Silverware Trays 8e
Tea Spoon per set S
Is'ickleA'arm Clocks 83
Penny Banks . 1
Slate Pencils 6for lc
Tar Soap 4
Chamois Skins IS
of the Brady ttrcet
Iowa. 301 Bradj -4,DTaprt,I,