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THE AllGUS. Fill 13 AY, 13. 1593.
Both tlie method and results when
Svnip of Figs is taken; it ia pleasant
irid refreshing to the taste, and acts
jrenliy yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the tasto and ac
reptalile to the stomach, prompt in
its action nnd truly beneficial in its
efforts, 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.
&yrup of Figs ia for sale in 50c
nnl"$l bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. "Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
S4V FRAHCISCO. C4L.
IOUISVHU. K1. HEW YORK, M.t.
1. E. KSIRY. T. B. It SIDY.
THE LK AXING
: :.i J n-utistre prnrer.y on commission,
r rr: . c ct rent, also enrry " line cf first
c:. in-nr:itce cimipmiie-, l.uilitlng lots 'or
sili ii: sK lu-'l fli-rt'tit addition', rl.oicc residence
irn; ( r:j in ah I tirt? of the city.
I'iiti'. '. i'- ' 1 1! I.ynile Iiti'VIbs. ground
in: ir rear of Viutnl' & Lyi (' limit.
Have you called at
Jml mm t-
If not, you had better, for
vou will find lots of Silver
and Gold Novelties as well
as a large assortment of,
the latest in Fire Jewelry
H. D. FOLSOM.
W. B. CRIFFILJ,
GRIFFIN & KEATING,
No; 1712 First Ave.,
Hock Island, III,
Practical : : :
Gas Fitting and Geteral Jobbing.
lamps, Central Draft, at Cost.
for the rest of this wt-e k
I will sell at one third
off, any central draft
lamp banquet, piano,
or parlor laiup in the
Btore, except the $1 and
$1 25 nickel stand lamp.
, l)ou'i mies this.
I I also offer crumb
trays and brushes at
one third off, while they
last; not poor goods,
but the very best quali
ty. Extra brushes on
G. M. Loosley s,
The Social Events of Last
TWO VERY HAPPY OCCASIONS.
rnbllc Installation of Itarrett Chapter and
Trio and Kock Island Lodges, A.. F. ft A.
St., at Masoola Temple Mesdames Car
ter, Hurst and Crampton Give u Delight
ful Entertainment Brilliancy at Black
Oaring to the inclemency oftbe weather
the xercises attending the joint install
tion of Btrrett chapter acd Trio and
Rock Isiand lodges A. F. & A. M. at
Masonic temple last evening wi re not aa
largely attended as is eustomirily the
case on similar cccisioGB. Nevertheless
quite a number of people responded to
the invitations seat out, and I early all
the peats in the temple reserve 1 for the
audience were occupied when the impos-
icg aud ioU-resiiot: ceremonies began.
The installation of the offl.'ern of Bar
rett chapter No. 18 took plao first, it
bene necessary owing to the noa arrival
of Fraii li Welton, of Cambridge district
grand master, who expected to officiate
as installing officer, to change the pro
frinime somewhat as arranged, and Past
Hi'h Pries'. F. C Dtinkraaon acted as in
stalling cfll-er. a?s.sted by last High
Pri-.st J. M. Montgomery, uctiiig as dep
uty grand marshal. For the blue lodge
installation. Pas'. Worshipful lilasters J.
F. R jbinson and J. M. Montgomery dis
charged the duties of installing officers,
aid Past Wcrshipful Master F. C. Denk
mann assisted. A quartette composed of
Mtssrs. Sewall Ddge, G. R. Housel. H.
E. Vin D iz-r and J.ha Perrett
ing the installation od &, while
Miss Aura Parker, of Muscitine, ren
dered na vocal solos with charming ef
fct "Ava Maria," "Wines of -,be Trees,"
with Margnente," "Diddy" and the
'Farry of S:iadowtown"as de ighlful re
sponses to hearty encores, Mrs. J. F.
Rbin'.ton being aocompanist.
The complete Hat of officers installed
Itnrrett Chapter IS
M E.H.P.-J.F Robinson.
E. K. D.J fears.
Tr as. W.T.Magill.
Sec. J R. Johnson.
Cha, William Don.
C.U. William McConochie.
P.S.-H. II. lleavelaml.
R. A.O. JnmesT Dixon.
Master 3d Veil-George McKissM:.
;!J Y ll-W. S. Falmer.
is' Veil F. R. Hurrl-.iffton.
f teward Willlm E. Bartey.
Tvler Goorijo Foster.
Member board of ccntrolW. F. M.yili.
Trio Lodge 57.
V. M.--J. M. Montgomery.
S, W, J. K. Johnston.
F, W.-J. U. Ke:r.
Treas. II. Biir:ower.
Sec. W. B. Pe'.tit.
Chap. - O, P. Kromo.
Vnrshal-M. M. Griggs.
S. I). H. Pitzimnions.
J. D llsnry Krume.
S. S.-W. E. Bsily.
J. 8 W. A. Smith,
Tyler Girge Fot r.
Kaok Island Lodge, 58.
M. Emit Beck,
en. W. George McKlnick.
Jun. W. George Richmond.
Tren.. Millard Baker.
Sr'er.. ?rd Woltmann.
Audl or J. T, Dixon.
Chaplain John Brans.
War-hul Emit SehmitUo.
8. I. Frank Jonkiusin.
J D A. II. Ryder.
S. 8. John Campbell.
J. S. W. D. Harta.
Tyler U. M. Whiffen.
Feast and Dancing.
At tut; conclusion or tne ceremonv a
U'hsi a spread in the biD'iuet ball, af
ter which the fl jor of the temple was
cleared for dancing, Bleuer'a orchestra
furnistiiug music, while George Stroeble
act3d as prompter in the terpsichorean
The following were present:
Metsrs. and Mesdameg
Huph Ki csimmons,
Rni fpa lining,
U .H Clc tveland,
II W H..is!ip,
Kmll Br. k.
Kri'k A twitter,
A H. foliar J.
n E.Van Inner.
H. M . BtifTB,
J H Kerr,
J. E IIui;aeLin
.S Pe rson,
Will F. nar z
f. ,i. K -ator
J. T. Dixon
J . R- lorinton
II. Mnrgnw. r
Davi i honap'on
G. F. Kramer
li. M. Whiffen
I lllie K rr,
Blanche tit St,
Maud I nompson
W. B. Pottft
Lncian ouamg "
F C. n- nkmana
J K. El lott
Cbarle- Li pin ott
Geor e Ricnmond
J. R. Blakemorc
At the Tower.
Despite the fact that one of the worst
blizza-ds of the season held undisputed
sway lutt night, it did not prevent a large
number from enjoying one of the most
unique and pleasant enter ainmmta that
has been given during the social season,
Io response to invitations from Mesdames
E. W. Hurst, C C. Carter nd R. Cramp
ton, some forty ladies and gentlemen
gathered at Black House Inn and were
Mes rx. and Meedamts Carter. Crampton
and Harst. Te en'ire building was
brilliantly illuminated, the interior being
e.i zilv amnced meeestive of a winter
fireside at home. On the second fljor
Bleuer'a orches ri discoursed excellent
music, te which a large number tripped
ihe luht fantastic, while out at the tobog
gan elide another crowd held high esrni
val. After speeding some time in the
exhilarating sport, they reiurned to the
Inn and mingled with the others in the
dance. At 10.30 a delicious spread was
served by NewDerger. which was greatly
reliahed, and after it had been finished,
some time was spent in d incing.the com
pany returning home at a seasonable
Hour. It was a happy night far everyone
present, and the jolly crowd made an an
imatrd scene oa the romantic Tower. The
for wing were present:
Messrs. and Mesdames
A E Lyford,
F. A. Allen,
C C. arter,
'e.tie l utnam.
Ha" tie Jacson,
Poiothv Van Patten
G.E Ha1 cock,
Wi 1 Ejster.
Frd J Kinney.
Hud dph Weyerhatif er, W H.Ma suall,
R.f.fcweet, George Craoipton.
The board of education at its regular
monthly meeli&g increased the salary of
Miss Mary Murpiy to $50 per month, un
der the rule, and accepted ttc report of
e committee on insurance, placing
$2,000 additional on No. 6, in the agency
of G.W. D Harris.
The rwport of Ttusnt Officer Kimball
for the month of December showed that
be had caused eight pupils to become en
rolled and had investigated 1U6 cases of
absence and arrested 17 truants and re
turned the same to school.
Bills were allowed as folio's:
"llrer, Bnrdett A Co $11 00
Charles -critmer's 'ens 19 20
E iicattonsl Publishing Co 3? AO
Prany Educat ional o 80
I'. 8. ttchaol Furniture Co 89 in
Msj.hall & Fisher 75
R. I. .a Co a 45
Brooks ,fe hli-rmaun 1 40
McCsbe Broi si 4'J
C. H T, ienhoue Co Si 46
W Mewart-t : 66
S. Siemon S. Son 1 O0
Henry Dart's sons 11 ay
C S.K;!del 3 53
Chrl"s FieblR . 1 Oi
Tni p. Dorlm Co 100
Dkvih Comimny 45
C. J. . Scnriener 81 15
S S. K 'mb e 1 15
H. D Foli-om bi Of)
Tnonja mnrt , in Si)
G. O. Hnck-teadt 0(0
A. U Mc Inrifit Co SI S4
George W 1) nan is 00
li-o gell K nirftMiry S.S 71
Johns li rtel'on -J3 (O
R. I Lu her Co 30
Baker & Iloiirniann 73 75
The Circuit Court.
The case in assumpsit ot .Tames Kelehcr
vs. Matthias bchnell pending in the cir
cuit court for several dtvs was dismissed
yesterdiv, the olaintifT's attorneys con
cluding not to go on with the case.
The case of Mrs. Ella Bo'ie sgainst the
city of Rock Island for f 5.000 damages,
which she claims on account of being
throws out of a buggy ud Elm street last
October, which accident is said to be due
to her horse walking into a trench upon
Which she alleges the proper danger sig
nals had not been placed. William
McEniry appears for the plaintiff and
City Attorney Haas represents the de
fense. The dse is b.iing tried before a
jury composed of: A Scribner. Chrif?
Ouldenpfennie. Jr , J. R Newton, Bar
ton LincolD. John Wochncr. Jam?a Dilts,
John A. Nel.on, A F. E;ks'rom. Jr,
Clinton Donahue, John A. Mohr, E'mer
Hanna and G orge Pilcrim.
Our Medical Man.
Tae Iowa and Illinois Central District
Medicel association will hold four raee -
ings a yebr; one in summir at Scbuetz n
park and one in winter in the Davenport
Business Men's asjaciation rooms, one in
summer at Black Hawk's tower and one
ia Rock Inland. The regular meeting
was held in Davenport yesterday at the
rooms named. Those present were Drs
Sala and W. H. Ludewig, of Rock
Island; L. C. Mor, of BiSalo, and
C. H Robertson. J. H. Kulp, W. L.
Allen, A W Cantwell. A. W. Elmer
and Jennie McCowt n, of Davenport, and
Bowman and A, of Andalus'a, I'l.
Dr, Ludewig read a paoer oa antiseptic
surgery tnd Dr. Robinson one on Tra
choma. Dr. Moor had a paper, but the
subject was not snnoui ccd.
Four Cities at the World's Fair.
A joint meeting was teld at the rootrs
of the Davenport Busines' Men's associ
ation last evening of the committee rep
resenting the council and Business Men'
BSaociation to consider plana for an ex
hihit at the World s Fair. It was de
cided to hold a meetinzof the fiur cities
Davenport, Rick IsUnd, Moline and
Milan at the Harper house, next Tues
day evening. An invitation was ad
dressed to the mayors of Rock Island,
Moline and Milan, alpo to the president
of 'the Business Men's associations in
each of the three cities.
The taxes for 1802 are now due andj
& Donaldson's office in Masonic Temple'
bl4ck. flease nnng your last years res
ceipt, which will enable the collector to
find your description on the tax books J
V00D JS HIGH.
AncOnly One Place to Get
BTJTTHE PEOPLE MUST HAVE IT.
The tock Island Fuel Company ITolds
Wed at S8.SO per Lead Almost Doable
WU It Sells for la Summer Claims
tkaClty Ordlnaaees will not Permit it
Be Piled to Dry Bat It U Done Just
F 'several days past more or less com
plaiilias been made in different parts of
the y en account of the increased price
in wid, which has been gradually creep.
up fesome time. -The price now paid to
localealers is $3 50 per load, which is
probuy the highest rate it has ever
react in the city. The custom for
thostrho deal in wood is to buy the re
fuse ;om the saw mills in the summer,
pile jap and retail it out by the load
j A Healthy Increase.
La summer woad selJ at $1.25 to
$1.5ierlotd Today those who want
it p2'50 per load for it at.d those
wholve it are not particular about
sellieit at that price. It falls heavily
on itshaulders of the poorer people of
tae j', and when the difference in price
is ttight of it strikes one as a ratner
heal incretise to take place in a few
mil! S The business in that line in
this tv is virtually held by one firm, the
Rods am Fuel company, who also do
a gtal wood business in Davenport.
SVby the Price is Advanced.
Ittder to t,ive The Arius readers
the Mod for the raise in the price of
thislnd of fuel, a reporter called at
thekce ot the company and met Wiil-iam,"uber-,
one or its members. Upon
an Iquiry from the reporter as to
whJbr or not there had been a raise in
tiejrice of wood, Mr. Huber replied
tialhad been gradually advancing in
priaor several years. He then made an
eued explanation of the matter dur
inb course of which he said that his
eoiany bad contracted for the output
of t mills of the city, an i as it was too
mu bother to sell to other teamsters
tbeAtre now hauling ali their own
Te other dealers selling wood at the
Siiprice?" as-kea the reporter.
f one else has any wood," replied
Muber, "and we are hauling what we
ariMling frcm Moline."
there any truth to the report that
theice is higher on account of theri
striins plared by city ordinances in rt
qu g it to be piled 60 feet away from
autuse, street or allej?"' was asked.
' 6, there is," was the reply. If wc
didt have to comply with thos;; or
d.oies, we could pile up plenty of
woibat cannot find room as it is."
' there any other reason for the in
cr in price, Mr. Huber?
eii! We can sell wood in Chi
caner as much or more than we can
ketor it here," said Mr. fiu' er, and a
yo man behind a detk crtinued,
'ait can go to Chicago and nc sold
foat price if Rock Island peo .: don't
Wfto pav it."
i Twi Sides of the Case.
substance Mr. Buoer's remarks
wfto the effect that it was largely due
toil existing ordinances that the prices
w ) much higher, but he did net tx-
pl how u happened that the company
'u pnea along Moline avenue
ritup the street, ia direct violation of
orlncts that are now sought to be
nvas an excuse for putting up the
prcir wood. Neither did be explain
bots that wet wood is being sold to-
Ur a higher price than the factory
W(has been sold for until within the
J Boms 8 .range ttisaomers.
of the Russia leather comes from Con
neit, Bordeaux wine from California, Italian
iW from Kentucky, French lace from New
Tcnid "panish mackerel from the Naw Jer
se.wt. Dr Pierce's Golden Med cal Discov
eries from Buffalo," N. T., bnt there Is noth
inJtanameto criticise for It is truly golden
Inie, as thousands gladly testify. Con
snftn is averted by its nse, and it has
wot many positive cures. It corrects torpid
limd kidneys, purines the blood, banishes
djteiasnd scrofula, renews the lease of life,
aijes up the system as notbl g e:se will do.
Wis more. It Is guaranteed to do all this, or
tike is refunded.
pieces to select from; who pay
4o cents to SI for J. bat which
you can get at 10c at
C. C. Tavlo
1717 Second Avenue.
Tinware And Housk
1612 second avenue.
IS THE PLACE
The Largest and test Line of Ladies and Men's Slip
pkrs ever shown in the three cities. We hardle no
1818 -Second ave., Harper House Block.
Think of It.
Over ha'.f a million pe p! diceveiy
year in thr: U.iited St .tcs from Lung snd
Threat disease, which ulways start from
a Cold or C.ujh. If you are suffering
from RTiy of the aboyn diseases trv thi
rcmaririble Coueh r'yrup, hnd yon i'i
i:e no other afterward We have l.un
(ireris of testimonials from those bem tit
led by it.
25 AND 50 CTS A BOTTXE. SAMTLK BOT
TLES 10 CTS.
A'k vour druggist tor Dr. VcKann's
Irisn Ccugh Syrup. Take no othei ! One
trial if nil that Is necessary to convince
you Sent to any address by exprpss on
receipt of price Made only by the pro
We have this week received an impor
tation of French white china for decora
ALBUMS Our lice of Albums ia
ahead of anything we haye
bad in the past in style, and
lower in pries. The new
shapes are very desirable.
BIBLES We have a large line of
the celebrated Holman fam
ily bibles: Also bis self
pronouncing teacher's edi
tion . Call and examine these
and our Oxford and Bagster
FRAMES We are this year ai hereto
fore making a special feature
of our framing department
and prices much lower. 1
Geo. H. Kingsbury,
17031705 Second Ave.. Rock Island, Telephone 1216.
402 Fifteenth 6treet, Moline.
We will occupy our new store, cor. oftFifth avenue
and Twenty-third St., and will be known as the
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ, Pharmacist.
CHAS. Dil Eliy ACHX2R,
Proprietoror of the Btidy street
AJ1 k'.Eds of Cat Flcwers constfciiU oa tus3.
breen Houses Flower Store
f " Hoekoortb ofcennl o-rk. th largeat In Iowa. tot Brady street, DaTenport,'!.
ROCK ISL cVND, IL IA
TO BUY YOUR-
r.txTOx III , Nov. 6, 1892 T. H.
Tl5 " - R- Wand: Dear Sir riease
Un t 1 1 r!..s: (I nnstal note for two boxes
f uLr vt nikful kidney and liver pills.
TV- pi'in thai I sjot from ycu before did
mi- n.noh pood that I can say they are
t ie !v!rt I ever used, haying cleared
awhv the gravel that I was Iroubled
I h vp. recommended them to my
trieuiis. Ynurs ytry truly,
Paxton, Ford Co., II!.
B x 299.
Thrse Wonderful Pills are made tad
sold h. 25 cents per bottle b
H. THOMAS, Druggist.
Horses, dolls, shoeflies. cam ex.
sleds, drums, toilet cases, jewel boxes,
shaving cases, manicures,
Siri'iBing sets. Albums.
J unted D ills, Kid Dolls,
Bn-que Dolls. Rubber Dolls.
Iron Toys Tin Toys.
Wood Toys. Pewter Toys,
Salad Dishes, Silver Ware.
nd all fiLcy goods in an endless variety