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THE AllttUS. JSATUKDAY, JANUAKY li 1893.
Both the method and results when
Svrup f T'S is taken; it is pleasant
and refrosliing to the taste, and acta
cnJy yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver find ISowels, cleanses the sys
tem efleottmily, 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 taste and ac
?eptal!o to the stomach, prompt in
t? potion and truly beneficial in its
e'H-ets. prepared only from the most
dealihy and agreeable substances, its
nin.nv "excellent qualities commend it
to nil and have made it the most
pipnlar remedy known.
' Svrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
f.n,i'?l bottles by nil leading dnig
Any reliable druggist who
iii.iv not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
tvl-h. tu try iu Lo Dot accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
S4'J FRANCISCO, CAL.
IKISilUt. Kf. NEW YORK. N.V.
T. B. RK1DT.
v : r.-tLv jmiT , iy on commie-Inn,
'..,..!, ' ! tet.t-. I' if" carry line .f first
I , i Mice fnnil':ill'-. liuil'Mnp lots 'or
' !., i. r i : f ni.Miti.-n-. Choice tetddence
; - . ' i :: of V:c r':y.
i. 1 & Lyiu'.i- VuiUling, grornd
..: y-u '.A V. X ljti! ank.
Have you. called at
U & - 'yi
If not, you had better, for
you will find lots of Silver
and Gold Novelties as well
as a large assortment of,
the latest in Fire Jewelry
H, D. FQLSQM.
GRIFFIN & KEATING,
No. 1712 FirBt Ave.,
Rock Island, III,
Fitting anil G-u'ril Jobbing.
i :.; cnnr.octior.e.
lamps, Central Draft, at Cost,
fr r the lestof thU w--k
I will sell at one third
off, any central draft
lamp banquet, piano,
or parlor lamp -in the
at or, txc-pt the $1 and
1 25 nickel stand lamp.
lon'( mies this.
I a so offer crumb
trays and brushes at
one third off, wnile they
hiK; not poor goods,
hut the very best quali
ty Lxtra brushes on
M G. M. Lcosley's.
H09 Second ATenae.
The Installation and Entertain
ment Last Evening.
SEVEEAL VEBY PLEASANT EVENTS.
A Large Number Assemble at th Wood
moo Hall and Knjoy an Interesting I'ro
frainme A Dance and Fine Su per Fol
low I.ucla Bobbins and George Keni;h
Entertain Thetr Friends -Other Af
alra. There was a large crowd attended the
installation of i fillers of Inland City
Camp, K. 319, M. V, A., al its aall la&t
evening. After tbe regular order of bus
ioess, Neighbor W. C. Mauckerc&lled tbe
meeting again to order and int-oduced
Xeiyhbcr O H. MiKown, wbo delivered
an address of welcome, which was fol
lowed by 8i.n.e selections by a q lariette
composed of S. W. Senile, J. A. Jolin
8'n, J. D. Bol'tmn and Jward Macey,
acconipanitd by Mrs. S. W. Searle. Ven
erable Cijnsul B. F. Knox then took
Ctiare ot the ceremonies as head ccnsul.
instaliint; the folio ing fflicer?:
V. U. John O. Ileltur.
W, A. George Graves.
E. B.- K. . SommiTS.
Llerk-E. F. Hellpinstell.
Efcort-Goorgc W"l lis.
Sentry-J. L Wyi.c.
Wauhmiu Ueore Card il.
Slanager- Hermiia rc!iulert.
Aflr these ceieuiouics hi d been con-
c'.uded, the quirtette rei.dered anothi r
pleasing sokclion. Venerable Coa:ul
John Q lletter having t'.kin his jila"',
then de-.ivered an able and interes itij; ad
dress, his remarks beine as follow:
Advaiitagt'a of Woodcraft.
Mr. Chatrmtn, Ltilies and Oentlernen
and NeihbtTs of IUud City Canp, Iso.
8t)9 1 consider mys If f .rtuua'e that I
am ptrmitttd 10 tt!cd hers hefcie ou
this tvbi'j 10 cdvocate the alms and oh
jects of ill j orguniz t'iou knon as the
Mt (tern Wo'.'dmeu of America. The ob
jects of this fraternity are to prom V.e true
neighborly regard and fmterLal love, lo
b stow substantial bt-ntfils to the fair.ilies
of deceased members, to care for the fciik
iu tiu-.ea ot soirow and distress. 1 do not
bel:tve that tii- ri- io a person wi h;u the
sound of my voice but what fully appro
ciates the necft-hi'y nd the ailvin ates
dtr'.Veil by t e ii n a nem'H-r of un oigaLi
za'i. n of this fcicii. Sii'CJ H'e v iriU Oe
i;an, no scheme has been d..vis d for ai:
compl:abin; s much piod wi;h o little
ellort as that ruc icuily accomplice by
the beiielici ry orders. Thty (ir-j ii.t-ti-u-tlons
primarily for lie pour m-sn, ulcI
vhore wi h moderute n.e v.-.a Tu ; argu
uiei ts aj.oiitii't fecret societies a e com
p. sed in Nri;e part of uiisotid r-'atn!irig
aid nii-xe(ifeittiioa. Soli oiaijizi
tiot'g are by no nie i s dir.' rous et her to
society at io individuals, tsnd the ilem;jt
t' make tl. em app r t.j i nni
to be c mmendu' Tory etnbrt.C! in
this iiietiiler: hip .a l:rt; measure f in
tcll.jj'. rce and mor.dit j , a:.d Hieir dLtinh
are horoiouy in accp'ed .rinci pies of
(iuty. Fraternal orders have oinc to
atsv nd oppo'tion and hb lie w 11 onlv
spur the meinti rs ( n to renewed tflo-t
The rawid increase in He uit mver ihio of
the S!(d rn Woodmen of Amtr ct d urine;
the past few jeari caused m !. inc of
anxie'y and alarm (o ptrvade the minds
of some wbnba7e h en worm a(;vt.c ites
of the advantages offered, but their an -eiy
is accaioi.ed by the fear th-it they
liki: many o'her good things are b.-irg
oyerdono. The fact that iney are in
creasint; is an evidence that the j ubltc is
becommiug awakened fo their ttab.liy
an 1 1! e superiority of the ind ( mens
off. r d as is proven by the fact of nurr.
I en becoming enrolled in their member
ship who a few years ago wers bittir
scepiics in retard to'the perforir ance of
their promises, and were outspoian in
their denunciation of tbe order. Mu
tual aid has a prnndtur and nobility
about it that it own people do no fuliy
comprehend and wbat is more ihey do
not reaiizn its impor;ance. There is
floalins around in the press an enuin ra
tion table that giyes the nsms of frat -r-nal
societies, the total membership of
which exceeds millions. What mission
arc these people t cut upon? A'e ihey
not guarding their defendants aaainst
the arch enemies of the human fari'ily,
misery and want? There is abundant
evidence of tbo fiect thaj tbe berefits of
these ordeis are constant and extet sive
The speBker then reviewed tbe iiencfi s
to the young married man ia paiticular,
both in a social way anil making provi
sion for ni:y crjierL'ency. tie als out
lined the advantages tf the Modern
Woodmen of America in this resp ct und
in closing admor.is'uid all to look well to
tlu so matters that are of the utmost im
portance. S. W .S-iirle alco del v :red an address,
Bter which tar.vfs w-.s spread oa the
carpets for a ft ciai dance I: w is then
found lhat thv crowd was loo la ge and
the company repaired dou siairs to Ar
mory hali, where Bieuer's oichestra fur
nished mnic and tbe meirv dance as
largely iDilulyed ic. At midiii.il David
son servtd a fine 6upper in the third
story of tbe building, after whh:h a cou
ple of hn..rs rnre were (.pent in terpis
Chorcan p Btimi a
Who Were There.
Il was a delightful eff iir on the whole
and was much enj -ed by everyone. The
followii ii were present at the iam:ir!4:
Messrs. and Mesdames.
rred Kirn, G.'orce He ter,
Ilei rv Tluiili ,
Cliarl llaaman ,
E.1a,d II euer,
Allert Z. ia. '
B.G howa tcr,
W. Main aid,
- Ptjphsn Go'eell a,
r, tei nan,
K F. Hel penHal),
E.U Kickl sehtr,
Wi lium liaiiae,
W.B Gray. s,
George 'nt cr,
J. K. Swan,
Minnie W iff,
Jenn e ober,
Gerli i Pric ,
Anna P terson,
W 8c! ere r.
Ada IlliiifTwor h.
Charles Wtl i-,
C har'es Lowe,
Tim Bio imqutet,
Other Pleasant Aflklrs.
George Reauh and Lucia II bbios eu
teriaiued a party of their young friends
at the home of the latter, at 735 Twenty
second street last evening. The young
folks spent several hours in Games and
other social pastimes, a delicious spread
beins; served duriui; the evening. The
following were present:
Ildw rd Kmyon,
Keitri t ol in,
Ari hie Co. ken,
H toe ' real,
Nell e Peel..
My tie Buck,
Florence Fre man,
j rile (iilmore,
Nellio D. Allen,
ioor'- I orter,
Frai.k Hi toil,
V alter K..elilir.
Fred Alters was most bgreetibly sur
prised by a party of his ."riends at his
home at G10 Tenth street, on Thursday
tveuint;. It wts the occasion of his
tlii ly-seventh birthday snil the party
broiifbt with ihem several toktrs of uird
remembrance. They w. re hotipieubly en tertained
and all enj yed au unusually
Mra. Hen T. Cable Gives a Brilliant Kerep
tlon at her Washington Home.
A Washington Fpecial contaius the fol
lowing ne a s rt iu-erest concerning the
rocent reception given b Mrs. Congress
man Cable at her Washiofrton heme;
Mrs Beiijam'n Cable was hostess at
one of tLe uiogt eletjant and thorouuhly
ei j.)yable teas of tne season on Saturday
r.fternooo et her residence on Connectj
c;i' avetiiic. The house was elaborately
decorated with palms t.mi roses, while
larce uni'in lia lmnps curtained by color
ed i!k Mo d s d.ff'isi d k soft iivht upon
tlio scire Mu-ii:iitH were otatioucd iu
:;ie windo v of the' ce:on i drawin; ro im,
win nr.- c ;me eet s r-i ,s, wliicti were a
te! inr ail 1'tion to he dav's plea-urc.
Guests and Cc-ituineM.
Mr.', ('ltd,; wore a French gown ot
litht h ue 6'lk and s ft tray cou.Jiinaiion.
Mr. Ct.tot-uittU in white si!k, r.-ceived
v.ith her. and is tin: sis tr ior wnom the
tea was. given. Tec otatr numbers of
the- rec. i vintr party were Mrs. Cable's
t,i o.-, s.iss I'ostlewHite and Mrs. W
cliffe Tre-ton, Miss B-ice, in astrikm
te.wt: of liht blue and Week. a::d Miss
Cr. .iiy, :he djhuiaDt, io pink siik. Eac
f tile ladies carried a hoquei of fragrant
A more invitioc scene than the dinicg
room presented could sorcely he imag
ine.!. From the tauestried walls down
to the smallest detail ot the tables every
ih'tig was most perlect. The cen'er
piece was a splendid nrraogcmeot of Jac-quemino-.
roses of a lighter color, chiefly
Puritan and La France roses, bounded
ibe centra! Uaure on all sides. Dishes
of fine Califorora fruits, with plates of
pink sfawoerries, did much for the cf
fective scheme of decoration.
Many of the most distinguished mem
bers of society lingered in the parlors a
much locker time than is generally de
voted to one tea. Among tiiose present
were: Maj Geu and Mrs Schofl Id, the
French minister, Mrs Calvin S. Brice,
Mrs. Orr and Miss Kate Brice, Represen
tative and Mrs. IVuirke Cochran, Mr. and
Mrs. Henrv Weih, Trofesjor and Mrs.
Emmons, Mrs. T. B. M Mason. Mr. and
Miss Wendlinp, L out. Li tlefl d. Repre
sentative and Mrs. Tom L Johnson, Mrs
Sampson, Miss Clish-e. Mis Alison Wil
son, Miss Morton Ju-lge and Mrs. Cox,
Mr. Peyton L"Cr.re, Mrs. and Miss Mul
lan, Mr. end Mrs William Whi'temorc
and Miss Wilcox, Admiral and Mrs Ed
ward McCauley, Mr. Jef.nip Blair and
Mr. B dlaatvne.
World's Fulr Hotel.
F. II. Burnham is in tneci'y in the in
terest of the Dimv Apartment Iiote).
Chicago. The hotel, a fine new stone
front trick building of 63 room, is lo
cate.1 in an excellent ci it-'bborhood (Hyde
P-rk) eight minutes' waik fnim the expo
sition grounds, four minutes' walk from
I liuois Central trains, and half a block
'r, ru the Fifty fifth street Cable
c r. Il is intended to Mil tl e house with
people from Rock Island, Moline, Daven
port, Muscatine, Clinton aud vicinity,
thus m king it a hi a qii ir ers f ir friends
nnd acquaintances while vi-iting the fair.
Already a long list of well known people
of Davenport nod Muscatine have taken
rooms, thus availing them-elves of choice
of roorrs, end the very low rates pre
vailing now. The following are among
B. F filiinsrha-t, J. E. Calkins.
.1. B Ktc ardson. Ge rs E. llnbbell,
Ch rlei- H. 11 bhel), V llliam T. Dittos,
Cbr' tanMticl er, r. Matili y,
I.o ils Han-sen, J. B Vcver,
11 A. Kinins. Jo in L. Mason,
John W. Ilurk J. Brimmer,
C'banes A. Meek, C. A. Fickc,
J iipe Prannan, Jotin Mahln.
W. 11. Jo non. George W lliPoway.
J Carrk tldun, G N Covers on,
E. F -chall,. . W. Part, r,
Cl)a-le F Cadel, F. M . W itter,
C. II. Va'l. F. he .p. rt,
John B. Hudson. Henry Jane,
of des moine.
T..n. Ilutchins, J. N. Helm,
N. P. Jaquitli, Mrs. c. U. Kawson,
Present rates for rooms fcccoinmodatihg
-one or mora persons are f 2 and 3 pr
day. Erly selection itives best rooms.
For particulars Call on or address F. II.
Burnham, at Harper hooee.
"I Lave been uoiiig Dr. Hull's Cough
Syrup for some time. It cured my baby
of a very bad couh. I beliove it was
the means of savirjg his life. Mrs.
Thomas Hin'oi, C"ntreville, N J "
News of Interest in Railroad
EFFECTS OF THE LATE STOEMS.
Trains on all the Roads More or Less De
layed by the Cold Weather and Frequent
Stornjs An Old-Timer's Story of How
Two Fresh Yoang Men Were Called
Down Brief Bits of News Pertaining to
the Iron Highway.
All the trains on the different roads
have been delayed more or less since yes
terday on account of tbe continued snow
and extreme weather. No. 15, from the
east on the Rock Island, was a couple of
hours lae, while sll the east bound
trains were behind from two to three
hours. Trains on the C, B & Q., C,
M. & St. P. and R I. & P. are delayed
some on account of the storm', hut no
serious consequences have been suffered.
Stock trains that were caught out were
kept moving and while it has been de
cidedly inconvenient to keep things go
ing, sometimes during the past week the
roads have al: got along remarkably well.
The trains were il! moving nearer on
time this afternoon.
Called the Tarn.
An old time operator told a rtory the
otfcerday that illustrates how flossy yout.g
men sometimes get nipped in the bud
"I whs engrossed in my book as the train
sped oa," said :he old timer, "and did
not notice thht a b.iue and groom hed
entered the car at a small station, hut my
attention was attracted to the couple in
rather an odd way by telegraphic sig
na's. Two yoi'cg men who sat opposite
to each other across the aisle were mak
ing remiirks about tbem by ticking with
their pocket knives on tbe metal arm of
' Seet as a peach, isn't she?" ticked
off the voung man whtse seat w-xs imme
diately b'-bind the new arrivals
"Yes." replied the other. "Bridal cou
ple, evidently. "
"How on earth do you stiopose a
chump like that managed to catch such an
' Give it up. She surely couldn't see
anything in him to admire "
Her lips were just made for kisses."
"That's what Ihey were."
"When the train gets to tie nr xt tun
nel I'm going to rtaei ever and kne
' Y 'U wiuMrt' t dan-"
Ya I wotdd S'-e'd thick it was her
husband, 5011 konw."
Tl eir te'et-'riphic convi ts' tion ceased
1 ere, for the b'idegroom had t.ken out
lis pock'-t Lnife and commenced to
Tick off this message ou the arm of bis
"When the train pets to the nrt, tun.
nel he chump proposes to reach ovr
an 1 hammer your two he-ids together till
your t.-e h r!r 10 o-it. S --e?"
Soijn ivf er that two p pae.ncers miL'V,
have b c n seen snehki L' off to t he si:- k
irg Cir; and ihey remained in the smok
er not only while the tr in went through
the tunnel, but until they rent-bed their
Links and i'tua.
William Hu-jhi'S, irv; ipg freight agent
of the Chicago A E ist rn Illinois, was
doing th tri-cities yesterday
J G. Thomson, who travels in the in
terests ot the C inadian Pacific, spent a
couple of days in the city ibis week.
J. H. Sessions, who travels in the ca
pacity of general freight sgent of the
Vandalia line, wss in to ivn yesitrday in
the interests of his ro id.
Genera Aent Coffee, of tbe R. I. A
P. at Peoria, wss in the city the latter
part or the week on business
F.iends in the city of Dick" Bush,
the f rmer well known Milwaukee con
ductor, have received cards of his new
enterprise, the fancv oyter hous of
Buh & Puffer, of St. Paul. He has
many friends here who will wish him
success in his new venture.
Assistant Super n endent F M Conlan,
of the Rock Island, was in tbe city yester
day on business
AU the railroad yards are blockadud
more or less on account of the extreme
weat her the nftt moon passenfT on the
C , M. & St. P. being held here 45 min
utes on account of a block ia the Rock
l'a?enger and freitiht business se-'m to
he both exceptionally Rood for this time
of the year.
Paymss'er Lippinco-t, of the Rock
In'at d & Peoria, went down the line to
day on his wplcomp month'y visit to the
men along the ro- d
Charles . Humphrey, representing
the passenger department of the Chi
cago & E ist'-rn Illinois, scent a f-?w
hours in ihe rit. yesterday.
Fred Etimons, formerly 00 rator at
theC. R I & P. depot in this city, was
in town callinir on old friends yeterdav.
He was on his way to his old home at
Rou'e Agent P-ittetson, or the United
S'a'es Express Co., was in te ci'v yes
terday on one of his periodica' calls.
Night, Wetyhmaater Dan Sudv -n, of
the Rock Island, is confined to hi home
with typhoid fevpr and El. Frey is work
inu in his p'ace.
Vrace Murphy for some time past niht
sealer at the C . R. I. & P., is now on
Thomas Thorp, traveling passn:r
nofnt of the Pi nnsvlvania wa? a Rock
Island vis tor ves'erd'V.
Conductor Tom Fu l.ir, of the Mil
waukee, was unab'tt to get through in
t;m" to hring his run down yesterday,
ard Conductor Coxey Corrisan cme
d'-wn in his place. The now caused
Conduc'or Cummins, of the Milwau
kee pas-'eng-T, got of .his train at Port
Byron Junction tes'erd ,y morning, got
his orders and started to give his engin
eer the signal to pu'l out, when ta ac
cidentally stepped off tbe- high pla'form
into' a bis show bank, nd hef ire be
cou'd -ecovT the train had pulled out.
After running to Water own they backed
np sod go their con Itic-or again. . ,
Tinwake And Housk
1612 second avenue
-IS THE PLACE
The Largest and test Line of Ladies and Men's Slip
pers ever shown in the three cities. v,V hacdle no
1813 Second ave., Harper House Block.
Think Of It.
Ovir ha'.f a m liion poo-.iV d c cv--ry
year in the United Stat-s fr t:i L u,;; h-i 1
Throat diseat oQ. which ol vsys st a. r ". i;i
a Cold or C u ;h. If you are t-uCtri
from fcny cf !i.hV,v t!:-ees try this
remark.hle C mub Syrup, nr. l 101:
use uj o'.lii r '.I'arwar We h-.e i.o -dter!s
of testimonials fro u tno:-e l'eruli'
tc i by it .
23 AD 50 CTS A BOTTLE. SAMPLE BOT
TLES 10 CTS.
Ask your druggist for Dr. McKann'
Irisri Cough Syrup. Take no other! One
trihl is all that, is necessary to coLVince
you. Sdnt to any address by express en
receipt of price Made only I y the 1 ro
We have this wetk received an mpor
tation of French white china for decora
tion. ALBUMS Our line of Albums is
ahead of anything we haye
had in the past in style, and
lower in pries. Tbe new
shapes are very desirable.
BIBLES We have a large line of
the celebrated Holman fam
ily bibles: Also his self
pronouncing teacher's edi
tion. Call and examine these
and our Oxford and Bagster
FRAMES We are this year a hereto
fore making a special feature
of our framing deportment
and prices rruch lower. 1
Geo. H. Kingsbury,
17031705 S'con.i Ave . Rock Island. Telephone 1216.'
402 Fifteenth eircet, Moline.
We will occupy our new store, cor. of Fifth aventx
and Twenty-third St., and will be known as the
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HOHST VON KOECKRITZ, Pharmacist.
Proprietoror of the Brady street
Ad kinds of Cot F'cwers constantly orOsnd.
Ureen Houses Flower Store
Oi.e block north of Central osrk. the largest in Iowa. 904 Brady Mree, Pa-reiiport,ii.
ROCK ISLAND, ILIA
TO BUY YOUE-
Paxto.v, 1:1., Niv. 6, IS 32 T. H.
Th-tt. . U-vk I-lacd: Dear Sir Pietse
Gn 1 i , i,.; . d postal note for two Vxe
' f n-'.-tful kidney and liver pOIa.
Ti.i- r-iis that I got from y u bf fore fi,i
rio ;r, rr. uch. good that I can say they are
: o bs-st I ever us(d. having ckred
a --, a 7 the grirel that I wss trocUld
vsi-i. T hava recomrrended them t mj
trietuls Yours ytry.truly,
Paxton, Ford Co., 32.
These Wonderful Tills are made t
sold at 25 cents per bottle by
H. THOMAS, Druggist-
Horses, dolls, shoeflies. gans.
led?. drums, toilet cases, jewel bow
shaving cases, manicures,
Smoking ae's. Albums.
Jointed DMls, Kid Dolls,
Bn-q'.ie Dolls, Rubber Dolls.
Iron Toys Tin Toys.
Wood Toys. Pewter Toys,
Salad Dishes. Silver Ware.
and all farcy goods in an endless v&rictf
ETC. TH A TTI