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th the method and results -when
mp of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
. refreshing to the taste, and acts
nily jet promptly on the Kidneys,
ver and Bowels, cleanses the svs-
aCi"-v ""rw" w.uo, ueau-
-- nml TurevQ mill nn 1 I
;.uion. Syrup of Figs is thelBj
:v remedy of its kind ever Dm-
uJed pleasing to the taste and ac-
jrptaMe to the stomach, prompt in'
action and truly beneficial in its !
"eets, prepared only from the most
althy and agreeable substances, its 1
auy excellent qualities commend it
all and have made it the most
pnlar remedy known,
ifyrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
id'$l bottles by all leading drug-
k pnlnr remedy known.
:t& Any reliable druggist who
l.ar not have it on hand will rro-
l ire it promptly for any one who
fcbljcs to try it. Uo not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
10UISV1UE, Kt. HEW YORK, N.V.
i. a- iDV
LOTS TOR SALE.
nc ehnicf lots in Miner's add'n. Sl.OOO toSl.SOO
in Lvnii"' aililition 450 to 8K)
iit- in ri.llrL'o tli'ishta .W to 4 0
Kit- In Kilzownml l'rk 803
wit- In S; line IV addition 000 to 1,510
Sirir fine reii''ence property in ciTv; good In-
viii.r.ii'i'T(i; hIho h number of nice cottages which
in- tinii cbea) on long :ime.
fifom 4, Vilchcil & l.ynde bnildiig, ground
41 :. lu rear of Siilcln-r & Linde hunk.
Have you called at
If not, you had better, for '
1 r j 1 j. c r-t I
);0U Will lind lOtS Or bllVer ,
and Gold Novelties as well ,
as a large assortment of
tlia Ui-.-yr.4- : tr: Il., i
tut UUCSl 111 1 UlC JCWCliy,lflln(.ral w9 b,d from St. M.rr's church
E. D. FOLSOM.
W. B. GRIFFIN,
B accessor to
GRIFFIN & KEATING,
No; l?12;Firet Ave.,
Book Islaotj, III,
Pbactical : : :
Gks Fitting and General Jobbing.
ALL KINDS OT
Cast Iron Work
A specialty of furnishing aL Unite
of Stores with Castings 8 eenu
4 MACHINE SHOP
tn "ddetl where all KtaAr of macBint
work will be done Ant-class.
ttNTH ST. AND 7tL AVE
P-tr Kick Finally Succumbs
to t.h Inevitable.
COULD SOT WITHSTAND THE SHOCK-
A ter Passta a Restless MK,lt he Cve, up
i he Struggle at an Karl, Hour ThU Mora-nif-Jatne.
Joanston, an Old and Well
Known Citizen, Joins the Silent Major-ty-ArranKement
for the Funeral of
Peter Kiik-Tbe Johnson Obseqnles,to be
Held Tomorrow Afternoon-Other Obitu
PHr Kirk, the young printer who was
i iurtd by a street c-.r IaBt Wednesday
m -ht. died at an early hoar this morning
a result or h a
u jo ot pnysicians was h t!d
man's home. Drs. Carter.
!.: . " .r"l8Qhie' and Sala
rnK. l T i i .
n 7. the attendiS Physician,
w. luwoaia oe necessary
l" .a,nPuuw the limb in order to save his
Accoraingiy the operation was per-
rmL j dur'ng the dy. the 1 being am.
putated at-the thigh . A. rjjs yonag ram
as not; of rugged coostituina the
ciiancs for recovery were HKamst him
uaiuy would be sufficient to withstand
tiie strain, but he ctntinnori ..
- ,u . iu n
weaker and passed away this morning.
Deceased was born in Germany, com
ing here about 12 years ago. being in his
twentieth yetr ac the time of his death.
:Ie leaves, besides a widowed mother,
. V. . ... 1 ,
-ui.-n uroiuers ana two sisters, to mourn
lis loss. Two of his brothers are here to
Utend the funeral, Frederick, of Inde
pendence, Tor A.th"'iv. of Minnesota,
aud a s.sier auown in religion as Sister
Marv Cleoyti, stationed in Avondile
11.. is aiso nere to attend the last sad
iur. lurk, who hd crown up here in
toe city where he learned his trade, was
an exemplary joung man, and his court
eous and gentlemanly demeanor had
made him many frien is, who will sym
pathize with the family in this bereave
ment. The funeral occurs from his late home,
1118 Eigbth avenue to St. Mary's Cath
olic church tomorrow morning at 9
Jmes Johnston dii d at his home. 1518
Sixth i.venue, at 4:30 o'clock yester
d ty afternoon of paralysis, aged 68 years
4 months and 5 days. He was born in
Philadelphia, Pi., and came to this city,
together wi'h his wife. 36 years ago, re
siding here continuously since. He served
with credit as'orderly-sergeant during the
rebellion, and was hu:d in high esteom by
all who knew him. He leaves one son
and three daughters, his wife hiving died
about four years ago. Tnose who sur
vive him arc W. J. Johnston, of Miane
j apolis, Minn., Mrs. Emm Coyne and
Miss Sarah Johnston, of Davenport, and
Mrs. Mg;ie Schmitten, of this city, with
whp,,n f cel,fd mids his home-
t he funeral occurs from the residence
of Mr. Schmitten, 1518 Six-.h avenue, at
2 p. m. tomorrow, and will be in charge
of John BuTord poit G. A. R , of which
5Ir- J ,hTon
jonn ueaaer aiea at n s home corner
nf Pnllrt.pfnth nvnniip anil ITnrlD.f mirth
i Btreev at 5 o closk yesterday morning of
typhoid fevor. aged 60 years. The
aiVo clock this moraine ibe lntermtnt
beiug caude i-i the Catholic cemetery.
A Wife Who Repented Her Folly aud
Returned Home Racket la Hotel.
A downtown woman, who is the mother
of four children, and who has resided in
the city with her husband about 12 years,
left ber home and children about 10 days
ago on the pretence of going to visit at
Cable. Several days passed and she did
not return and it was then nut in the
hands of Chief of Police Miller, who lo
cated the woman at Ottawa, in company
with a man who had boarded in the
family for sometime, but who had left
about two weeks prior to tbe departure
of the woman. Chief Miller went to
Ottawa yesterday, but in some way the
pair heard of his presence there and left
for Marseilles in a buggy. The chief fol
lowed in another rig and got there just
after they had left Marseilles in a differ
ent rig. He was in siiibt of tht:m then
and caught the pair about a mile and a
half from town. Tbe chief then per.
suaded the woman to return home and
domestic tranquility is ogain established
in the home.
Racket In a Hotel.
They had a high old time of it in a
hostelry east of Twentieth street the
other night, the unpleasantness growir?"
out of the discovery by one man of his
wife under compromising circumstances
in the company of another man. Leaden
missives flew for a few moments and
some very dire 'hreHt were made, but
the fracas ended wi'hont bloodshed.
A Cfcild Xnjoyt
The pleasant fi vor, gentle action and
soothing effect t f Srupof Figs, when
in need of a laxative, and if the father or
mother - be costive or bilious, the most
gratifying results follow its use, so that
it is the best family remedy known, and
every family should have a bottle.
THE ARGUK T ESDAi, DECEMUEJl 0. 1 9
Buford rost and Relief Corps and the
Itodman Rifle Company Select Officers.
John Bu o:l io3i 243. G. A. R., Hst
evening elected t fflcers for the ensuing
ytar as follows-
Commsnder Willism McConochie.
Senior Vice Commander John Her
Junior Vice Commander S. B. Hen
dren. Chaplain L. C Dougherty.
. Surgeon Thomas Campbell.
Quartermaster W. P. Q laUe.
Officer of the Dy W. P. Corchran,
OrBcer of the Gu.trd Frank Murphy.
Ofclegittes to tbestitte encampment L.
C. Dougherty and W. P. Qiayle;
alternates F. C. Hemenwav and A
The Relief Corps.
At the meeting of tbe Women's R:-
lief-Corp No. 66, held t its rooms
last night, the foilowinz officers were
President Mrs S.J Hemenway.
Senior Vice Mra.Rhod Eils.
Junior Vice VIrs Rue Cochran.
Secretary Mrs. EatcQiayle.
Treasurer Mrs S Nnrns.
Chaplain Mrs.B G-Crllon.
Conductor Mr3. Bella Skinner.
Guard Mrs Jennie Haymaker.
Delesiate to DepurUn-nt Convention
Mrs. Kiie Quyle.
Alternate Mrs. Rhoda Ells.
The Rodman Rifles.
The annual election of officers of the
civil organization of tnr. Rodman
Rifles wns t.el 1 Kst t veniog with the
President C. J. RmBskill.
First Vice President William John
ston. Second Vice President J. McCono
Treasurer H. A. McDonald.
Secretary H Deij.-ns.
Board of Directors for one vear H.
A McDonald, C. J. Ramskill. H. Detji.ns
ana j . McUonochie.
Entertainment Commiti.ec E A.. Mc
Donald. E. M. Cook. Williim Johnson,
H. Det Jens and J. McConochie.
Frank Mayo In "Dary Crockett" Walker
. Whiteside "Zeb" Other Attractions.
Frank Mayo, the popular actor, pre
sented his legendary drama, "Davy
Crockett" to a etnttl! audience at Har
per's theatre Inst evening. Mr. Mayo is
the ideal type of ihe honest Backwoods
man. He iscooimandint! in appearance
an Apollo in buckskin, bu: he has thedis
advantagc of abominable support not a
redeeming characterization in it, and this
wa accountable for the co!d reception
eiven the cliij last night, more than a
lack of appreciation of Mnyo himse'f.
Much of toe pro'luciLVa x-,s elimica'.ed .
A' the Burlis at Dnvenpor. tomorrow
and Thursday evening.-;, ti.e favorite
tragedian. Walker Whi'eii!, is to up
liear, bad he w.U be greeted by a large
number of Rock Island people on each
occasion, presenting 0:!ie!"o" Wednes
day aud "Richard the Third" Thursday.
The HDosier play, Zeb'h to be pre
sented at Harper's tbea-re Thursday
HURT AT THE CANAL.
William Clark and a Man Named Morris
Injured This Blorninc The Former
Willie lowering a pile driver at lock 36
on The Hennepin canal this morning a
rope broke and two men were injured by
the falling of an upright. William
Clark had his left leg broken between tbe
ankle and the knee, while the right leg
and arm were dislocated. Auotiier work
man named Morris was injured about the
breast, tut not so seriously. Dr. Eddy
attended the sufferers and word was
telephoned in for the city's ambulance to
convey Clark to Mercy hospital fC Daven
port. A.t the Whitney works on the canal
Sunday night a laborer who.se name is
not known had his thumb blown off by
the explodins of a dynamite cartridge.
Tbe Rock Island Presbytery.
The presbyter of Rock Island held its
regular winter meeting iu the United
Presbyterian church yesterday afternoon
and evening. In the absence of the
moderator, Rev. H. C. Marshall was
elected moderator pro tern. Homestead
congregation in Rural township, this
county, made a call for R. A Evans, of
Monmouth, a student of theology, to be
come their pastor. Revs W. E. Shaw,
of Davenport, and H C. Marshall, of
this city, were elected delegates to rep
resent the presbytery la the next general
assembly. Resolutions asking congress
to stand by its action closing the gates of
the Columbian exposition on Sunday
were adopted and ordered forwarded to
our senators and representatives in con
In the evening, Rev. R. J. Davidson
preached an excellent sermon from the
text: "He is our peace.". Several other
items of business of no general interest
were attenaea to, aiier wnicn the presby-
tjr Aitinnrnpd to mnpt in Anril fA.
J ""J mi iu6
spring meeting, at Homestead
"I was deaf for a year, caused by ca
tarrh in the head, but was perfectly cured
by Hood's Bareaparilla," H . Hicks,
Rochester, N. Y.
Fm All fits stfVFed free by Dr.
Kline's Great crve fie torer. No flu
after the first day's use. Marvelous
cures. Treatise and 1 2 trial bottle free to
fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline. 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pa. For sale by all
druggists; call on yours.
Dr. and Mr. J W. Stewart Re
ceive Their Friers
THE TWENTY-riFTH ANNTVEESABT
The Handsome Residence the Scene of a
Brilliant Reception Elaborate Decora
tions and Deligutful Music add to the
Occasion Nearly 400 Tri-Clty Friends
Call and Extend Congratulations to the
Host and Hostess.
The residence of Dr. aad Mrs. J. W.
Stewart on Nineteeith street was the
scene last evening of one of the most
elaborate and largely attended social
affairs yet give': daring the season. The
interior of tbe handsome home had been
exquisitely decorited for tae event
smilax and roses predominating, while
an ore jeslra conveniently si'uated fil'ed
the house with delightful music. The
occasion while being in the form o' a re
ception was the twenty fifth wedding
anniversary of Dr. and Mrs. S'.ewart and
many of their friends remembered them
with handsDme tokens of the high regard
in which they ire held.
The estimable couple ware assisted in
receiving by their children except
Miss Margaret who is attending school
in tue eaft.nearly 400 euests in all calling
during the evening. The home was
filled during the entire reception hour
with guests, refreshments bung served
under the direction Richard Terrell with
his corps of able assistants. Though
the guest3 were cuoii rous the pleasure ef
each was looked after and the result was
an evening that wiil long be remember d
by all who were present.
A number irom Rock Island attended
the reception giv n by Mr. and Mrs. F.
H. Hancock at tbeir Brady street home
in Davenport las', evecing. in honor of
tbeir twenty-fifth wi dding annivcr
This Afternoou's Fire.
An alarm of fire at 3:15 this afternoon
b ought the fire department to the house
OCCip'td by C. W. Nelson at 3814 Third
avtnae -where Joseph Levy who ocrn
pied a room m the second
ttory had thrown a lighted
match into a pail ot water which bad
some cisoline standing on top of tte
water. It ignili d and filled the room
with Sum .s. but neighbors t-xtiaguished
tacra betore the arrival i.f the fire de
prtment. No d Kinase was done, as the
fire wi.8 put ou; before it caught the
wooawora in me room.
Carry the news to Ysry,
And, pray, bei ot too long,
Kortlieis fa-t declining.
And, s :rely, 'twou d bt' wrortr
not to tell her of Dr. Pierce's Favori'c Prescrip
tion. c uowam .nary to Know, )n one way or
other, that thin world-fajr.ed remedy will cnr- her
beyond a doubt. It's jnct the remedy for yoims
woe anhood, aiid tbont-ands has it bridged over
tl;at perilous sea.
Fr, m every state, from every city, from nearly
every ncighnoThooi In this broad land, comes the
grateful acknowledgement of what it has done arid
is doing for our daughters. Tbe only medicine for
the painful and distressing irrciralarities and
weaknesses of woman, sold with a positive guar
antee to Eive satisfacti n in every case, or money
lef anded. jn other word, sold on trial 1
I have been troubled wih chronic ca
tarrh for years. Ely s Cream Balm is
the only raraedy among the many that I
have uted that afforded me relief. E W.
Wnlard. DruKgiet, .Juliet, III.
my son has been -fflicted with nasal
catarrh since quite young. I was induced
to try Ely's Cream Balm, and b.fore he
had used one bottle that disagreeable ca
. .. V. 1 1 1 V. .1 1 n. .
wuum dujcii ubu an ieit mm tie ap
pears as well as anyone. It is tbe best
catarrn remedy in the market, J C Olm
stead, Areola. III.
pieces to select from? who Tin v
4 cents to $1 for that which
jou con get ot 10c ot
1717 Second Avenue.
Ko. K8 Eighteenth street. Clothes not called
f t inside of two months will be sold.
Shirts without collars
t-hirt with collars
BQirte, drees Bnlsh or pleated. .
uff s per pair .".7.7.
Draw rs .... ..................I
Chemisettes..... ...... .......
Hilk Uunkan-hLh '
Towels 'and Kou're .7.7.7.' .".7.7.7 ." " " ""
Special Sale of
BOOTS AND SHOES
AT THE CARSE
CARSE ft CO'S OtTR
V right & Peters' Dongola Hand Turn and Welt 4 50 $3.7$
Dull dong wtiis. . 4.50 3.V8
' Dongolas M d 3.50 2.50
' " Mat kid top 4.50 2.V9
Straight goa- 2.75 3.25
S'.ribley's Dongola hand turn 4.M) 3.35
, " Welt f 5) ' 3 00
" M. 8 0) 2.3
Cloyes' - Welt 3.50 3.08
' M.. 8. patent -'p.... 3.00 2.21
French & Hall's Cordovan band sewed..,. 5 50 4 75
" ' Calf hand 8e?d 5 50 4 78
Bay State Calf Welt 5 00 4 78
We Guaiantee the above io Me SowfT than ever before offered, ('all at our
s'ore and inspect our gos - r,d prici-f; we have !si a creat many oilier bar-
gains that we are now offering.
Think of It.
Over half a million people die every
yesr, in the United fetates, irom Liung
and Throat diseases which alwavs start
from a neglected Cold or Cough. If you
ire suffering from any of tbe above dis
eases try this remarkable Cough Syrup,
and you will use no other afterwards
We have hundreds of testimonials from
those benefitted by it.
25 AND 50 CTS. A BOTTLE. SAMPLE BOT
TLE8 10 CTS.
Ask your druggist for Dr. McKann's
Irish Cough Syrup. Take no other! One
trial is all that is necessary to convince
you. Sent to any address by exoress on
receipt of price. M de only by the pro
Home Comfort Shoes,
These popular shoes, after a thoroueh trial, prove to ba the only shoes
combining warmth, pliability, durability and noisclessness.
Business men. mechanics and farmers find them a source of enjoyment at
the fireside, afler labor, to which no footwear compares. The housewife
and these Noiseless Foot Warmers become inseparable. Quietly, the chil
dren elide from r.?om to room wit1, these lisht shoes, which have no taks
or sharp edg-. s to 'pj'ire carpets or furniture. Tbe&i i-hoes are especially
adapted to the use of nurses, invalids, elderly people or anyone troubled
wuh cold or t nder feet Ttieir pliability and warmth, bv reacon of the
fl-en. tinine. creates the comfort that makes them so popular. Thev are
worn oa the "stocking feet " Elegant for tae bath or d-essing r vn. or as
overshoes for slipp. rs riding to or from p -rties or balls. They are wovea
b hand ou a last, i f woolen strips of clo'h; have colored ti s and striu-g
up the ir-step, thickly lined with wool, quilted on, and have pliant bul
tough russeti sole. Ask us about them.
"Wright & Oreerieiweilt,
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
Have purchased a $5,800 stock of Shoes at SO
cents on the dollar to be sold at special sale
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
"December 8. 9 and 10, at slaughtering pric?;
83FA handsome Booklet representing the Presidents of
the Unitefl Stat s will be given to each customer.
FAMOUS SHOE STORE.
108 W. 3d near Brady Davenport, Iowa.
G-. L.WYNES & CO.
We have this week received an impor
tation of French white china for decora
ALBUMS Our line of Albums is
ahead of anything we haye
had in the past in style, and
, lower in price. The new
shapes are very desirable.
BIBLES We have a larce line of
the celebrated Hoi mm fam
ily bibles: Also bis self
pronouncing teacher's edi
tion , Call and ext. mine these
and our Oxford and Bagster
FRAMES We are this year ai hereto
Tore making a special feature
of our framing department
and prices much lower.
Geo. H. Kingsbury,
17061705 Second Ave.. Rock Island. Telephone 116.
403 Fifteenth street, Moline.
Ffopsietoror ofJMie Brwiy itrset - ' "
-A il k"o-1s or Oat lru,-.
Qreen House- , ..
Wee Dortt of Oentri! pari.tae areatJo
& CO. STAND.
Successor to Carse & Co., 1622 Second Avenue.
Paxton. III.. Nov. 6. 1892. T. II.
Thomas, Rock Island: D?sr sir Please
find inclosed postal note for two boxes of
our wonderful kidney and liver pills
The pills that I got from you before did
me so much good that I can say they are
the beet that I ever used, having cleared
away the gravel that 1 was troubled
with. I have recommended thera to my
friends. Yours very truly,
P..xton. Fori C .. Ill
These Wonderful Pills are made and
sold at 25 cents p-r bottl'- by
H. THOMAS, Druggist.
Will soon be here.
Prepare for It,
BY BUYING YOUR
Horses, dolls, shoefli ea. frames
sleds, drums, toilet cases, jewel boxes,
snaving cases, manicures.
Smoking se'e Albums.
Jointed Dolls. Kid Dolls,
Bisque Dolls, Rubber Dolls.
Iron Toys. Tin Toys.
Wood Toys, Pewter Toys,
Salad Dishes, Silver Ware.
and all fancv goods in an endlese variety
lews. Brady street, Dsream.1-.