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'Joih thn method and results wten '
ryrnp .f Figs is taken; it ia pleasant j
r d refreshing to the taste, and acta '
nlv vet rtromntlv on the K
i'iver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
ra effectually, dispels colds, head
hes and fevers and cures habitual
tistinatton. Svrno of Fiis in f,a
.y remedy of ita kind ever pro-
jcea, pieasing 10 tne tasto and ac
I'jitalile to the stomach, prompt in
i action and truly beneficial in its
foots, prepared only from the most
althy and agreeable substances, its
any excellent qualities commend it
ail and have made it the rnrwr
,-pular remedy known,
f-'vrim of FiffS is fnr rsiIp Jn r(V
ml $1 bottles by all leading drug
Ms. Any reliable druggist vrho
:iy not have it on Land will pro
t:rt it promptly for any one who
fviMM's to try it. Do not accent anv
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAH FHANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE. KY. HEW YORK. tJ.Y.
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LOTS TO I ALB. .
Soait choice lots in M titer's ada'n. $ 1,000 t $l,'0fl
Lots In Ly"U' addition 450 t 8"0
lrfiu In t'ollepe Heights J0 to 4 0
L- In B.lg.wood Park 8"J
Lnl In rVhue.l's addition COO to 1,50
Hume fine residence nronertv ia el:y: Rood In-
ntfm!iii; also a number of nlc cottages which
tun be Bud cheap on loog time.
Koom . Mitchell & Lynde bnlldiag. ground
door, in tear or Mitchell A Lynue tank.
1 o call your attention to a few facts
Voor evesieht ia priceless the eyes need rood
care Imiiruuer spectacles are n liiriocs. tod
s'wuld rot trust your eyesight to Irresponsible
peddlers of cheap spectacles.
H D. FOLSOM
Is a Prartiral Outiciun. and will tae pains to
WMijerlT fit ronr eves for every detect of vision
ami will guarantee a perfect at in every c&sa.
w IK 1ly?. rtA in lfiM. tN- i, wsr
T? IVtP 1iti in triia rliQ-mrtrifl ttm' ia ti
appear equally black ia all tho different
meridians, it milicatps a defect of niphi
that canxmi hit.-ous LeaI-a::im avA sLould
tti! correcU'd at occ. l-'.yi. tstied free.
H. D. FOLSOM,
.Teweh r and Optician.
W. B. GRIFFIW,
Sacc easor to
GRIFFIN & KEATING,-
No. 1712 First Ave.,
Rock Island, III,
Practical : : :
OdH Fitting and General Jobbing.
Looeley's Crockery Store,
1U Second Aye.
Annual Holiday Opening.
On Friday and Saturday,
Nov. 25th and 26th we will have
our 'opening," which I shall
try to make more attractive
than usual this year; On these
days especially I invite pvery
one who likes to look at BU-;h
a stock as mine to drop in. No
one is expected to tny, nl
tongh of course we will rot
refuse to cell.
Q. M. Loobixy.
Both Ways. . .
uumr it tM
T I IK
The Complete Official Vote on
THE FIGUBES COUNTY BY COUNTY.
TfaaTotaUoa M.mbar of toe State Board
r Equaltaatlon-Interestln; Comparl-aoos-PUnts
Carried but Two Coantl.i
B Urn MuleaCood Ran Motwttbiitand-
It is a liule late.but here they are. The
official returns from the Eleventh coc
gr.ssional U'siriet have been stow io
c ioing in, but the last county bug flnall
bei n heard from, and hence Thb Arqcs
in enabled to present the complete fficial
tabulation, as also the vote for the yars
18 M), "83. '86 find '84. The total vote
on members of the ste b;rd of equal
iz.tion at the recent election wa: Bar
tltson. 18,386; Sturgeon, 19 777; Cubeen,
1,149; McMabon, 1,633; Sturgeon's plur
al, ty. 1.S91:
ISM O o, I 5t
ousties I? jj T '5 jai
a w - - j
Pu 53 js fCj?,
Mock I land. 4l'6'.' Sir! 2 1 0.5;
M veer l'.l'.i 4,a lii 114.... 419
M jDonongh . ; Hrxi Sim am -.mh 4ti
Himuu 1 8141 ii i vns 8ji3 , . .
Warreu i-M JiTlli aiT 4s... I 413
tS buvlcr lf lsii aio s0
Hv-udereuD .. j );U V.M.i ji.i S4... 410
Totuls ISoiKI ltliijj :C:ir, 115J lais 2.79
I lock Island.
H.ii-ock . ...
ileuuurson . .
4 III1.! I
Cublu's plurality, 1873.
186571 lTSsoi mil rrs( tos
Oeat's plurality in district, 1.077.
s ws. ' t Jo! : 55 5I
otTimsa. (r, - g o 3
; C g p a-
Rocklalaad HIT S01 136 8H
Merrar 17iW jgn Uti u
Henderson S ltlii HU 9I
Warren lWtt S36! S7.1 437
WcDonouijh 81 69 2 7 1HS 303 ,
Bchnylet 1WS7 1K5 84 4
Hancock Zto U7U 137 4Sd
Totala I 16397 16732mt laasj lt5T
. PS m ' J -m -
1S84. - 5 : V:
eourriss. i3 fca. o
a a I o. 5
Rock Island Sffil 3fSS 45 tM
Mercer 1WKS SIS 1 41
Hentleraon OKI 1111 13
Warren S T 11 4SS
McUonongli S3S 9Hl n
Scbtivier ........ frog 14M l ,
Hancock 4U8 fcStHJ 7 J UU t
II lCTll ITSSw W 17S4 1W7
Ton orrow will be Thanksgiving day,
tbe occasion set apart by proclamation for
the American people to rerdir bumble and
g'ateful ackrowledgemert to Almighty
G id for ihe bnuntiful blessings of the
year. Tbankcoivicg ia essentially a
heme gathering duv, a family festival oc
casion. In Rock Island tbe day
will be observed as becomeB it, the dem
ocrats havinc particular reason to be
tht'.kful this year.
Thar h&iiving services will be held at
Trinity clic rjti tomorrow at 10 a m aid
7 80 p. ni., conducted by Rev. R F.
9wee assisted by It v. Lawrence Sinclair
of Koline, the parrishes of Rock Island
and Moline joining in tbe cervices
The union Thanksgiving services to
morrow will be held at 10:30 a. m. in tbe
First Baptist church, Rsv. J. H. Kerr
preaching the sermon. In addition to
tbe collection for the benefit of the
Ladies' Relief Society, the ladies wil!
provide birre's and boxes in tie vestibule
to receive cifts of potatoes, apples or
provisions for the poor of the city. It
is hoped that there will be a generous re
sponse to Ibis appea'.
The Y. V.. C A. building will be optn
all dty tomorrow, with special attractions
afternoon and evening. Target shooting
from S to 6 and a musicale at 8, at which
time both ladies and gettlcmen are in
vited. The special attraction of the
evening will be nmsic by the Dwarf
Quartette and the Columbia Qjintette
Liberal contributions to tbe poor of
tbe city were reported from all the school
buildicvs today. At the High school tbe
boys in addition to other donations
raised a (.urge of $8.73 for tbe poor.
Or high or low, or rich or poor,
None would foul teeth or breath endure.
If they but knew how sure and swift
Was SOZODONT. that priceless gift,
Ia RiviLg beauty; life and tone
To every charm the mouth can own
Grand Fur Opeuiiig.
At the store of W. S. Camsron & Sans,
224 and 226 Brady street. Davenport.
Iowa. Friday and Saturday Nov. 25tt
and 26. h by cne of tbe largest eisteri
manufacturers. Everybody invited to set
tha holiday fnr novelties
A good, reliable girl as cook. Apply
to Mrs. Phil Mitchell, 720 Seventeenth
ctr.-r.t - w
ABGHJja, WE LiNESD
THE SUNDAY SCHOOLS.
TallMUt to ConMdcr ha kPvpoalUea
Inrlaa aba 8 1st CaaTestloB o Bock
The meetiug of tbe friends of the Bub
daj aehool at the Baptist church last
night was not as largely attended as was
hoped. Interesting addresses were
Hien by K. D. Sweeney, Esq., on "The
Relation of the Sunday School to 80
cietj;" S. D. Cleland on "The Sunday
?cbool and tbe Church." and B-v. II. C.
M.rahsll on "The Illinois Sunday School
Association," after which the question,
"Shall we Invite the Next State Sunday
School Contention to Meet in this Cit 7"
was submitted for general discussion.
This called forth quite an animated dis
custon engaged in by several of tbe
ladies as well as gentlemen. All were
heartily in favor of extending the invita
tion. but owing to the difficulty there
si ems to be in the way of securing a
hu.hling large ecough for such a conven
tioa, and tbe small a tendance from some
of the churches, it was thought best not
to late definite action at that time. Ac
nordingly a committee was apoointed
cin-iRtirig , f e B. McKown, 8, D. CKv
Uml aud Prof. Doughirty to see if a
t ui:ding cr.n b secured, to csbvss the
churches rnd obtain from them, if possi
t ie, an f x Oregon of their wil;icg..t;8 to
invite the convention, and to do their
part in entertaining it if it cotci s. This
ccmoiittce is to repoit to a meeting to
ba held in 'the United Presbyterian
church one ve-.ft from lust night. Tues
day, Nt v 29.
ihat very excellent comedian, Gus
Williams, will appear at the Burtis opera
house Thanksgiving matinee and night
V T1 -: 1 : . . ...
. Miiinmn cots not visit us very
often, but he is an old and ever welcome
favorite, end will be lemembcred favor
ably for Lis splendid work in many pfsys
in which he has been seen. He is prob
ably the only dialect comedian on the
stage today who presents the German-
American in Lis native atmosphere ttnd
uunctijue. xi is meinoas are
neat and artistic; and, unlike many who
depict the German dialect character, he
11' 1 ah I .., i T-r . .
neyer strains for ellect, but always sp-
pears perrectly at esse and natural. He
presents on thi6 visit a farce comedy en
titled. "April Fool."
? Not since the days of Caligula of Rome
has any equine in war or peace been shod
with so expensive a set of shoes as was
the handsome horse of the drum majnr
or tne uodge City Cow Boy Band re
cently. DuriDg the great conclave of
Knights Templar, held in Denver a few
uionius since, mis borse was thod with
shoes of solid gold end silver, represent
ing in value over four thousand three
hundnd dollar 1 The work was per
lormeu as a unique entertainment for the
members of St. John'tJCommandery, K
i or rrjiiarciptiia, fa. This famous
band appears Friday afternoon and
evening. Nov. 25. at Burtis opera house
wuririsn visitors is e ght years old
now, but it does not seem to lose its at
tractiveness. Since the dtjs when J. M.
Hill n,ade money with it it has been
great favorite. This year it is said to be
better Mjan eyer before. It has been re
written and revised, and is presented by
a f-trong company. It will be at the
Burtis Situidty arid Sundsy, Nov. 26
and 27. Sum J. Ryan, a good Irish
comedian, who lately starred with Mark
Murphy in "O'Dowd's Neighbors." is the
principal in this edition of the "Visitors."
He is assiiited by Lottie Gilson, v. ho was
always popular in the vaudevilles. John
R. Cumpson, a joung German comedim,
is also in the cast, and the company in
cludes Johnnie McKeever. a boy 6 years
old, who plays a violin with great skill.
Then there are Maurice H ilden, Lillian
Jerome. Ida Matsej end a n ember of
other ckver people.
B. Heuderaon, manager for Wa'ker
WhitesiJe, the tragedian who appears at
Harper's theutre in Richelieu Dec. 1, is
in tbe city arranging for the event. Mr.
WhiteMiie is from all accounts the com
ing tragedian of the American stag-.
Wherever be has appeared tbe press and
public have been unanimous and enthus
iastic in his prai e, and heruld him as a
finished sriist. His engage-ment at Rock
slan 1 is looked forward to with consid
erable i ite-tst by all lovers of classic
drama. Tbe play will be staged in
Mrs. Rebecca Walsn died at her home
314 Ninth street last night at 10:43
o'clock of old age, being in her eightieth
year. Deceased was one cf the oldest
residents of the city having cone here
with her husband, the late Benjamin D.
Walsh in 1845. The venerable lady had
been an invalid for several years and had
many ireisds who will sincerely mourn
berdeth. The funer A occurs on Fii
day afternoon a: 2 o'clock.
Tue funeral of tbe late Mrs. C. A.
Blakesiey will occur from the home 2226
Fourth aveuue, tomorrow afterooo'n at
2 o'clock. Rev.W. S. Marquis efflaiating
The pall bearers will be; Frank Taylor, 8.
4. Davis, William 8tewart, Charles Hull,
Horst Von Koeckrita and Edward El
liott. Harry, the infant 103 of Andrew Carl
son acd wife, died at his parents' home
it 710 Fourth avenue, at 2:30 o'clock
this morning, aged 4 yeirs. 7 months and
23 days. The funeral occurs from tbe
lome cf the bereaved parents at 2 o'clock
AX, SOVJ3MBEB s3.
JOINED FOE LIFE.
Miss Eveline Hass Wedded to
Edward M. Allen.
THE CEREMONY THIS AFTERNOON.
A Pratty Horn Wadding sit tho Haas Baai-
deno oai First Annus-Tha Bridal Party
ui AHaadants Their Futnra Bona In
The beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick Hass on First avenue acd
Thirteenth street was the scene of as
pretty a home wedding at 4 o'cleck this
afternoon as hus graced Rock Island so
ciety circles for some time. At tbe
place and hour stated Miss Eevline Hass,
daughter of the host and hostess, became
the wife of Elward M. Allen of St. Paul.
Rev. J. . H. K;rr, pastor of the Central
Presbyterian church, officiated in ue
solemn ceremony. The bride was at
tended by Mips Tillie Hass as maid of
honor, and by Mioses Clara Hass, C&irie
Kemble and Emma Battles of this c ity
and Mies.Frey of Minneapolis. Fret5 T..
Myers of St. Pul sc'ed as best rcsn.
There were present only a number of
relatives and intimate friends, the recep
tion lasting from 5 to 7 p. m. A sump
tuous bridhl feast was spread, which d d
credit to the culiniry tkil! of Mrs.
Anna Pchrocder, to h' s charge this
pnrt of the festivi'its tss asined, Krtll
& Math fnriii-hin? the ices.
Mr. std Mrs. Allen will m.ike ti.eir
home in St. Paul where tbe srroom is
P'omioently i ientifld with the firm of
Mast, Buford & Eurrell, manufactures
add lobbers in agricultural implements
nrl is a yo;ing m m of much promise.
His bride, is one . f Rick Island's most ac
complished and popular young 1 idies,
and tbe grocm is to be congratulated on
his good future cn winning her for a life
A Special Fur Sale.
Friday and Saturday, a special sale of
muffs and boas, and all furs will he held
a' T. Richter's fur emporium, 219 nd
221 W. Second street. This will be a
splendid opportunity to get just what
you want at manufacturers prices, be
sure to call.
21. Jobn Eog9trom to John L;at
nurt lot 6. Sens' sut-.liv, nv. J, 5, 17, lw
John E jgstrom to C 3 Engstrom. ptrt
lot 6. Hens suh-div, nt , 17, lw.
Gustat Swcnson to Fred Shaliene, lot
12. block 4. Oik Hil! Park add. Moline,
22. Estate of John O Boyce. Order
authftrs'pg x cntrix tJ credit payment
on note 01 jonn Ueinernan.
Conservatorship of Bridget Maroney
retiMon to sen real estate. Hearing on
petition and oder of a-ls
Guardianship of Adelhert Brtdley
Letters of gu.'.r.lianehip issued to Lucy
uraniey. Hona nied and approved.
Guardianship of minor heirs of Ernst
Krtil. Guardian's report filed and ap
proved. Rec ipt ann release of Mary E.
ivren mea ana approved and guardian
discharged as to her.
The enormous saie of Dr. Bull's couch
syrup has brought to tbe surface num
erous imitations. Keep a sharp look-out
when you buy.
THR DAILY ARGUS DELIVBBKD AT YOTJEt
door every eeuine for lc per week.
FOR KENT Furnished rooms at 140S be cond
WANTED -r OUR GENT KM EN BOARD ICRS
in private family. No. BUS Nineteenth St.
SCRUB uIKL AND LAUN'DKY GIRL WAXT
ed at it e Koek Is ai.d hanse.
POR RENT FURNI-Et) 1O0M TO ONE OR
I two Iad-es. Apply in the forenoon at 1110
WANTED Earnest, intelligent lady to esiab
lish a iroo.l paying business; one having bad
exp-rieiice in a sick r om pe erred; call at suite
8, McCulloligti blocK Davenport, Iuwa,
AGENTS making $5 to S10 per day seiltne the
r lectrical Winder hons. noil want. WW Brady
street, Davenport, Iowa, second fljor, room a, 2 to
8 p. m. Oei.eral agent wanted.
WAITED ROOMS BIT FAMILY OF TWO
for lifeht housekeeping, mifarniahen or par:Iy
'nrnish d. Furuuce or steam heat pr. ferred
Itelerences. Apply D, cure of as re office.
TT7 ANTFD SIX LADIES AND GENTLEMAN
who w uld ,ike s eariy . m:.fonn-n', bVht
work, f 80. U0 in-r month oasilv made fall or ud
drcts. i ho-. F. sokin, 1-&A Third avenue
pieces to select from; who pay
4 j cents to SI for that which
you con get ot 10c ot
C, C. Taylors
1717 Second Avenue.
The Dissolution of the
NONPAREIL CLOAK CO.;
Enabled us to buy 250 Jackets, Reefers, Coats at
about half price. We will open these rare bar
gains Tuesday morning.
Many of the most stylish garments and best bargains are only
one or two of a kind; and will undoubtedly be the first to go.
This Lot shows a variety of nearly sixty different styles, being
almort a compete sample line. Who will be the first to get
one of these choice coats at Fifty cents on the dollar.
Wednesday mornine from 10 till 12 o'clock, genuine Turkey Red Table
Linen 14j c a yard. None after noon a limit ef 5 yards to any one cus
Friday afternoon we will sell tbe genuine Red Mixed Western Flannel at
8Jcayard. None before noon, 10 yards the limit to any one customer.
Another lot of that heavy 12J Cotton Flannel 7Jsa yard, all day Friday.
Soturday. a'l day, nice larg- Bath Towels at 6 a piece.
S3 We expect from the fact ry another lot of Floor Oil Cloths, if they
arrive, will place on sale Satnr ay morning at 14i a yard.
1720, 1722 and 1724 Sf cond Avenue.
Special Sale of
BOOTS AND SHOES
AT THE CARSE & CO. STAND.
Wright & Pete-.s' Dongola ITand Turn aud
Dull dong welts
" Dongolas M. S
' Mat kid top
" " Straight goat
Stribley's Dongola band turn
Cloyes " Welt...
- M. 8. patent tip
French & Hall's Cordovan hand sewed 550 4 75
Calf hand sewed 5 60 4 78
Bay State Calf Welt 5.00 4 36
We Guaiantee the above to be lower than ever before offered. Call at our
store and inspect our goods nd price?: we have also a great many other bar
gains that we are now offering.
Successor to Carse & Co., 1622 Second Avenue.
Think of It.
Over half a million people die every
year, in tbe United States, from Lung
and Throat diseases which alwavs start
from a negh cted Cold or Cough If you
are suffering from any of tbe above dis
eases try this remarkable Cough Syrup,
snd you will use no other afterwards.
We have hundreds of testimonials from
those benefitted by it.
25 AKD 50 CT8. A EOTTLB. SAHPLB BOT
TLES tO era.
Ask your druggist for Dr. McKann's
Irish Coug'i Syrup. Take no other! One
trial is all that is necessary to convince
you. Sent to any address by express on
receipt of price. Mt da only by the pro
ly lie Call It the famous'
Because we P AM US for Low Prices.
Intend FAMOUS for Good Goods.
It to FAMOUS for Conrteons Treatment.
Be FAMOUS in the Tri Cities.
As the best place to buy footwear. Oar trade is increasing
every day And here are the prices that do it:
Men's Goodyear welt. calf,conere3s and
Men's buckle shces 98c; good value il.25
Men's rubber shoes, 49c.
Men's buckle arctics, 98i
Men's felt boots and overs, $1.93;
worth, $2 50.
We have this week received an impor
tation of French white china for decora
tion. ALBUMS Our line this year is far
ahead of anything we haye
had in the past in style, and
lower in pries.
BIBLES We have a well stlec'f d line
of the celebrated Holman
family bibles. Also his new
self-pronouncing teacher's edi
tion . Call and examine these
ardourOxrord and Bajstcr
FRAMES We are this year ai hereto
fore making a special feature
of our framing department
snd prices are lower and fin
ish is much improved. All
i wood goods guaranteed.
Proprietoror of the Brady street
AjI kinds of tnt Flowers constantly on band.
Ore h'-v no-tr- of rentrV oar ,h
CABKB & CO S
PiXTON. 111.. Nov. 6. 1893 T. H.
Thomas, R.x-k Island: Dear sir Pleate
find inclosed postal note for two boxes f
our wonderful kidney and liver p;lls
The pills that I got from you before did
me so much good that I can say they are
toe best that I ever used, having cleared
away tbe gravel that I was troubled
with. I have recommended them to my
friends. Yours very truly,
Paxton, Ford C , LI.
These Wonderful Pills are ma le and
sol 1 at 25 cents p;r bottle by
H. THOMAS, Druggist.
Ladies' dongola patent tip f 1.48: worth
Ltdies felt slippnrs 60c. 75c; and 03c.
Children's grain box top school shoe 98c.
Infant shoes. 28c.
Ladies' rubbers, 20c.
All are genuine bargains.
FAMOUS SHOE STORE.
xaux uiouy J-ii veil port, 10W2L.
G. L. WYNES & CO.
Note It Down.
Dish Pans lOqt 18j, 11 qt 23c 17' 27c
O. K Lanterns 45
Superior Wringers 1 85
Coal Hods 2
Tea and Coffee Pots 10. 15, 20, 25
Fiower sifters I0e
Clotbes Pins 12 ox, for 10c
Tooth Picks s
Pie Tine t
Pudding Pans .3, 4, 5, 7. 8e
Silverware Trays 8c
Tea 8 poon per set 6
Nickle Alarm Clocks 88
Penny Banks . 1
Hate Pencils 0 for le
Chamois Sk ua
rytigio-. mi B-ady streecDsTennort.il.