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THEAKGUfc, Fit I DAY, NOVEMUEIl 20.
Folh tlie Tictlioil end results vlieu
$ jmp of I 'js is taken; it is pleasant
ial refres!iinr to the taste, find acts
en'tly yet promptly on the Kidneys,
iver and Uowels, cleanses the pj-g-
.. fT.,...Tl.- Iwnl -.l.ln 1 1 I
tern effectually-, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Pyrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac-
fptahlo to the stomach, prompt in
.3 action and truly beneficial in its
I frets, prepared onlv from the. most-.
J.erdihv an. I areeahle snkainneps its
I any excellent oualitie3 commend it
j all and have made it tha most
pillar remedy known.
Syrup of F'igs is for sale in 502
tt.l 1 bottles by all leading drnsr-
-I--13- Any reliable drttrrtrist v.ho
.r.y not have t on Land' will pro
ure it promptly fur any one who
In s to try it. l)o not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SA FriA.'JCISCO, CAL. (
LOUISVILLE, Al HE,V YORK, N.t.
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Ifwe'ir and Or'tician.
GRIFFIN & KEATING,
No. 1712 First Ave.,
Rock Islanh, III,
Pp.actical : : :
G..s Fittini; and GcDera' Jobbing.
T. !;,hr.ne cniiDcr-tion".
.'ii-'cyV cruckery Slnrc,
re !S' cond Arc.
Annual Holiday Opening.
Ou FridaA- and Satuiday,
Nov. 2.nb and26tb w e will have
our "or ening," which I shall
try to make more attractive
tuan u-iual this 3 ear: On these
thys especially I invite vtry
ohh who likes to look at such
a stoctt as mine to drop in. Ko
Oh is txptcttd to buy. a!
-if ui,h of course we will not
r-ffuse to Eell.
G. M. Looslet.
The Woodman Enjoined From
THE PAPERS SERVED AT FULTON.
A New and Unexpected Complication
Ari. Which the Director-., However,
Anticipate No Trouble in Overcoming
TlipTenwwrarjr Injunction and the I'oni
, T.m Taken by those Who Secured it-He-li
i that it will be Withdrawn.
Toe directors of the Modern Woodmen
of America siruck an unexpected snag in
t it ir preparations to move the bead of
riirs to Rock Islnnd Wednesday night.
Toe obstruction c one in the Shane of an
jucion placed in toe way of the re
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ri:)VSl bv Autho.1V W Tlilim nr.rr.
li. lioiiirson and Olivir E. Finch on be
I. i f . as tbey aver, of Camp No. 2 of
ru!u;Q, who ubtained frara Ju le Siaw,
i J the ctjuu c;ijrt of Whi'.cside county,
i or.ii.1 o' innpiTry restrauil troni
r -' ill )Val .
iroun.l or the Injunction.
The paptrs were servid on the direc
t on yesterday mornine, the ground Uktn
t y the applicant bein that the r.,C-'nt
tcaicatup netting at Oaiaha hviBg
I ( t-1 he'd outside of the state, its pro
redio$ were invalid, the oroer btviu
'.it. r. iucoip.irated uad.:r the laws of the
Haie and all its proceedings, the peti-i--ners
Lo'.d, mast be tra3c.ltd within
Wb'it course i 1 be pursued hy the di-
ccu rs is not known. These cf the head
lli ers whf w. r.- in IioLk Island yesier
iay declined absolutely to d.seus the
:natttr, except t. s y that the he-id ofllc s
hd he. n or.iercd te.-n.-.ved to Rook Isl
and aud that liu-y proposed to br'mg
Lhem lure if il was possible, to do so.
They were looking only to the best interest
fif tie order. They did not sem to think
that the Fulton people after deliberation
would push their proceedings. Although
they ti'd nui ssy so, it is not believed the
irjunc'inn ccn be mads to stick, as the
Woodmec btirg a p-rely mu'ual benefit
tociety, noes no:, t ome unJi.; the ;w ap
piiCibio to iuc rpuratious for pecuniary
profit. Besides one of the largest and
most important conventions ever held by
the head Chmp was tt.nt which Q.et at
I), a Llo.iits in and t',e q lestion
wvir for a momtut r tise.t tuat auy
,.-in cf t'-.B work was h'u-jal.
! .Mn;i! .if the Fa;ion pe -.pi;. h-iv.: been
jiMi.-ir.ily b:;?vr s.tuv th-.: acti-r. cf the
! !..-. ! i-.-...it. :i: di i-i.Jir, t.. . cite the hei.d
' ' It -ca Irlir. .!. Frc! P, it.il-m (;f
iv i' i;i
; v. rj i
n J :ur.i'. li-.-. Iicin p .rticn'mly
t;:- n't-ik up ;bs Wo..- ..u:-n,
t-i ii--. it ;ht Ju"sr.j.
';'.-.. ;.n i rs. : r u.ir r in
c ici .,; v.i'-n c'i, r. a: v .! of .In;
o!ll -- fft-ni Fu.: ..'i w c- 1
:m' -m i !;: it ,hc II h 1-,;...
f '' ):a il w-.s pr.jvidcd i :.j un
;.;;. c ; c? 5!i.-'i ni .t rui
Yisr t.o-.ll i(f.;.
me uiri'Ciors (l) n. t .m
tr. u'tje so nm v.n-; ta h.-a'. oSic s. but
rilher arc of the o.';.i.m that th.ise who
have s 'Ujht i:i thus t mbarrass the order
will k i hr-.w their suit upon refi-'Ction,
i-i fn'.iy fchi'wu by t! (- fact that w.iiie in
Kock IsUtid jr.- teniay Head C'.erk Ilawes
and i)rvct..rs J.i.cia and WLite met
tl.e local ccmrnivtce, composed of Messrs,
V.'il iim Jackson, vy. U. Ftruson, E.
W. Ilursl, C. J W. S.-hreiner and W. C.
M-iu; ker.atid dirf iis.-ed sites for the loca
tor, c the Woo'lmcii'-- builiin-j in Itock
Iilar.d. It seems the Voodnien are not
a'.solu "-.Iv comnuU-d to the Whitney lot
on Fifteenth str. et, but there are dcs:r
a;Ie litis oa inet'enth, back (f the
Harper, su i on Third avenue, ens; of
T titieih. Hiso hi in ctnsid'Ted.
in t he Courts.
Information was filed in tat (oasty
court on Wednesday by John Looney
charijirc: A. B. Johnson with es ault with
a deadly weapon. The case grows out
of the rec. nt trouble at the Crown res
taurant. In the circuit court on Wednesday the
jury in the case of Mrs. Ilameu Ferman
vs. ChaWcs llannewacber returned a ver
dict of fl200 for the plaintiff, after
which Judge Glenn overruled the motion
for a new trial in the case of Wylie ts, the
C, B.& Q- The court w.is then adjourned
for this term.
ThankH-;i in-; Services.
Uuion seryicts were held at Trinity
church yesterday by the corjg' egat;ons cf
this city ard Moline, conducted by liey.
R. F Sweat and H-.v. Sinclair of Moline.
Rjv. Sweet delivered the sermon.
There was a uuion services at the First
B ipiist church yesterday, at which ltev,
J. II. Kerr preached the sermon. In
aliition to a generous contrihut'on
for the poor and ceedy ia tne wy of
apples, potatoes, provisions, etc., the
Ltdies' Relief society was presented wi h
a handsome collection that wiil be used
in relieving .he poor of tha city.
"I have been usinz Salvation Oil for
backache, s' flaess in the neck, and pain
in the side ad found it an excellent
cure. I keep it constantly on haac'."
Chus. Ualler. Union Hid. N. J.
Colombian Hub Attention!
The Columbian club will meet Satur
day morning at the rooms of the Ci'izens'
Imrovement association at 10 o'clock. A
large attendance is desired.
M. W. Cabtek,
The Avon ciuo ho'di on of it pbis
ant parties at tne rojois cf .a d.andarJ
Mr. and Mrs. Sturi Hirp.r gave an
elaborate receptijj ai taeir handsome
hime at Witchwood in South Rick Isl
and on Wedncslay afternoon. A Urge
number from the tri-ci'.Ls w.ra received
and the event was o .eof the luost plets
ant of the si-as on.
The bridal receptioa given by Mr. and
Mrs. Allen at the 11 .si residence on Wed
nesday evening, was attended by a large
number of tri-ciky society psople, and
the interior decora'.ious weru very elabo
rate. Tne home of Mr and Mrs. Allen
will hereafter be at St P.ul.
The Rock Islan 1 Traveling Men's as
sociation is arrariaiiiii f - v stcond an
nual banqaet, which occurs FrN
day eveniug, Djc 23 The occa
sion wdl also to the inaugura
tion of the hando-rie ne- iiuoiatss block.
of Hariz & Bibnsen, on Nineteenth
sireet and Third svenu", where the feast
wiil oe held. It will be mi it; a memor
able c-vjat to-thR k.iih'8 of tha eriD
The eleventh annua! ball of the Broth
erhood of Locotnuive Firemen was held
at Armory hall on Thanksgiving eve and
was largely attended. The hall had
been artistically decorated for the occa
sion and the aff iir was a deliehtfol one
in every respect. Davidson served the
Jitncs Skelly.who ws brought over
from Divenport a diy or two ao on a
charge cf larceny, was before Magistrate
Wivill today who held him in b mils of
$100 to the circuit court.
W. Mamam was run in by O.lijer
Moody last ciijht for fast driving and
wiil have his hcar r.g t right.
John Ilitwk was arrested by OiEcer
Long yesterday on a charge cf druuk and
disorderly.and he will i 11 his littie tale to
Magistrate Wivill tonight.
Dr. J. W. Watzjk of Davenport made
a professional cail in the vicinity of
Fifth avenue and Twenty-third street
last night ard ieft his bors?, which was
attached to a top bogy. in front of the
h use. Upon coming out, a little later he
could not find his ri, nor his it yet been
found. The police were at once notified
but nothing h .s yet b.-ca learn. d ia rc
gard to it. Wlnio it may posaibly have
b.-en taken by some one for a ride and
left eouicwh.re in the three cities, an at
tempt should be niado to locate and pun
ish some of llusf par'it s as i; i. getting
too frcquc.t at: c urn i.ee to tic; thr e
i it es.
Tie noi'toeu-iera i,: vvea. v.. in .i i.ii
with siiootiu. st- rs Wedmsd-.y niuht,
pirouettiiig, gotetii:i;. it!t.ic:n .arni
dartii'-s ia 4: re at f .ic. t);' conr-e t.hw
wt.ru not t'.-iTt, tie HNtrotionn-rs noiiiii
til! you. bur 'Lvy !o U .) li.a-: jr. miv) stars
never had a nierrO r time. To the in
biased onl .oker it seeriie.l as though
every ore or them h.i.l iton-.' on a T.h-.nkf-giviDg
Tae eastern sky lo -fc..l til most biaek.
Toe stirs shone sml twinkled t r.iveiy.
Not a good night for celesti-il observation
with the e!ecpe, the astronomers say,
when th3 stars twinkle. Toe nicht when
tbey are steady in light is the best time
Taer-2 may b ciuuJs, but the light is
belter. But one needed no telescope to
s:-e the celestial sLoact that the constel
lation Persem en, dovn so profusely.
The air was full of the ceKstial fire bugs.
Prof. W. E. Hole r f the Kenwood ob
servatory, Ch'cao, term"! the phenom
ena Tersiatts," in icply to an inquiry
f:u a the Inter-O.ean.
Ittiick Iliiwk stutue Dedication.
Tonight cccurs the formal de iittatiou
of the Dinick statue of Black IUwkin
!?oencer square, ualcs the weather in
terferes. It is p.ropostd to make the oc
Cision brilliant wi:h the display of pyro
technics, rich and rare. The urjveiiipg
ceremony wiil be conductei by aycurg
lady, to whom Commissioner Jackson has
assigned the honor. Tin Rid Men will
Park Commissioner Jack son of Spencer
square was the recipient todav of a
present of a beau'iful souvenir Black
Hawk silver spoou from Will R Johnson.
Today aid tomorrow are the days set
for the iiual holiday ''opening" at the
crocsery store, and we have niide special
preoarations for both days.
To !ay it can hardly be said that the
weather is propitious We are here, so
are the goods and the music; but I caD't
blame anybody for sti.jing away such a
day as this.
Tomorrow, perhaps, will makeup for
today. We wi.I have music ail day by
RosPtte the harper; the room wiil be
darkened and lighted by electric libf
j and I hooe thosa who come wiil not re-
grei ooiEg so. nespectiullv,
'Q. M. Loosi.ey.
Special cloak sale at Mcln'ira Bros.'
tomorrow, taturdav Nov. 20- Tomor
row morning at 10 o'clock we will open
a b.rge consignment or ladies' and
misses' cloaks, whicu wiil be sold at
greatly reluced prices. One hundred
trarments h .ve been sent in with orders
to sell them ail by Saturday night. If
any remain unsolj, back they go. This
is an unusual op? rtunity one hundred
garments on sale on Sa'urdiy only.
A good, reliable girl as cook. Apply
to Mrs. Phil Mitcheil, 72d Seventeenth
A MJBAL TRAGEDY.
Elmer Tindall Meets a Shocking
SHOT DEAD BY A COMPANION.
Two Young Men go Out on a Hunting Trip
to Spend Thanksgiving and One U Over
taken by a Sad Fatality .1 riece or ItruU
D!ehargo a Shot Gun With Fatal K fleet
Th I'nfortunata Toun; Man a Son or
Joseph Tindall, of Rural 'nquest in I'ro.
Elmer Tindall. the 17-yeir-oI.l son of
Joseph Titdillof Bural t wnship, was
shot and killed by the ae.ci lental dis
charge of t. thtt t;un in the hands of a
companion wliue out htin'tng in the
woods near bis hon.-i yesterday after,
Young Tindall and acirapanioi by the
name of A Pen bad conclud. d to spend
their Thanksgiving by taking a little
hunting trip, and ii was while retiming
home that tho unfortunate young man
lost bis life. The two were walking
along through, tho brush, Tindall being
lust aheid of his companion; the latter
carrying his gun with the hammer raised.
In stepping into a hole the lugger waB
c-iught by some brush ard the
weapon wa3 discharged, tha contents
striking Tirdill in the wind
pipe, kiliing him iustanMy. His
companion immediately noiifkd the fam
ily ard news of the s ! accident, was
telephoned to Fred Ssn of this ci'y,
who went out 1 .st night.
Coroner Hawes went out this morning
and an icqms; is bt ing held today.
Jam' s C. Cox died at his home 2100
Fourth avenue, at Ui30 Inst night, after
a pro'racted illness, lie was 64 years of
ape nnd a strne cu'ter by fade. lift bed
n sided in Rick Island since 1S63 an 1
leaves five cbil lrtu, his wife havirg died
a fe-v yc.rs ago. The children an :
Thomas, Rob. rf William, Jum- s ard
Mary. Toe funeral will be hel l Sunday
afterm n in rh-'g of U .d. rtaktr Whvc
lan. Mi.-s Aoit'.i a Vo'.lntcr tli-d nt the resi
deeci- of her uncle, Krhard Fiekenscher,
on Sixth av;no; list n'ght of typbttid
fevc-r. ag.-.l 24 ..ears. She had Nten si.-k
about tvo wee'-iS. II. r hcnio is ai
Ca'.ie, wh re sh" has a widowed ni .tht r,
lid li.." rtroi.inp will be th k. n to t!c.t
p ace on Hie tt o'eluc'i tram over the I?.
1 . v 1 '. 'iitiirrow .
! I . M
- I ,
Mil! p. y
s i-c Hi.- -i
Il is -aid
W "l-.iltr Mm
in women spend
on piov.icr, lo
i' -... ci earns, (;
1 i cine Joc.r-
pHE DAILY AKGL"S HEUVEKKD ATYOVH
pv.TJ f.'iu n' (or li
OI KEN I F.ii-ui.-lKtl rooms lit H113 Secin.i
Oi l! (iKvT EME.V I'OARPKItS
fain ly. No. guti Niiit-ieciitti St.
eCHVB t.llil-AND LAPXH (Y tilllL W VXT
U eJ at ti e Kock Is and luusi'.
C" ItEN'T-KLltM-El) l (i:MT( ONE H
I iwo ta ler. Ai?y in the forenoon at 1110
Third at clitic.
npAvrSD Earnest, Int.-ttit-nt a,v t. ,-tali-
l fh a L'i-11 ptyli.j U-is-n on-., liavii-'
cxp ner.ee in a s ck r ...in p-e'erred: ci.l ui u.te
3, MvCullouh b.ocK D.ivt-'.i ort. l.mn
AKKNTS making S3 to 10 per uav s- .Ii.-' Ur
Hct triral 'ni h-r lion-. h-l 1 want, rim flrndv
street, l.-:vt-iip,irt, Iowa, -t-coti-l iloor, room W, g to
f p. in. Gei eral agent wanted.
IV " , , ' ' " " " N ,; F A Vl ' LY O V T W t
rnrnirh tl. FuriiMCe or :e.ain heat nr..i. ,r
icriiLin noupeKi't'iiiiu' imfnrTi ..luv.i..
Apply D. Cire of k us office.
nrTANTKlJ-SIX UDIBSiXi) GENTLE V FN
work, ISO.OOnt-r month easily made' fall or ad
dr-sg. luo'. 1. -.Qkin. liiOl Third avemi e
.-TO flS PER DAY AT U ME. SEL1 ING
tO-l Litihming Pinter ard tlatimr jewelry
watche. tub:eare. &e. Plates iht- linesi of ictv
e!ry poo . as 11 w. on nil kinds 01 int-tal, with oltl
nl.tr or nickel N exper,er.ct; No lai.itak
hverj house has gnori? need'iii: plating
IL K. PELNO A; CO., i alumbus. O
phces to select from; wl o yx
i cents to SI for that, w hich
you con g-t ot 10rt ct
C, C. Taylors
1717 Second Avenue.
Tinware And HorsK
1H12 SECOND AVENUE.
Special Sale of
BOOTS AND SHOES
AT THE CARSE & CO. STAND.
".'ri.'ht ct Tetcrs' Dongola Hard Turn
" Dull dong welts
" Dongolas M. S
" Mat kid top
" Straight goat
Stribley's Dongola band turn .
CI .yes' " 'Welt
' M. 8. patent tip
French & Hall's Cordovan band sewed,,.,, .........
Calf hand sewed
We Qjaaantee the r.bove to be 1. wer than ever b-fore offered. Call at our
sore and inspect our goo.is and prices; we have uisi a great many oilier bar
gains that we are now offering.
Successor to Carse & Co., 1622 Second Avenue.
Think of It.
Over iia'f a Tit ill i in people die
it nr. in 'l.e Um'e 1 SKt, from
'tti'i Throat diseases w ti:ch always v'
from a ri o'i-c'e.l t'ohl or C- unit If v
are st.tT-rinir front anv 'if t'-c u'o- ve tii..
ase. try this rerrat kbie C oiL'h Syn.;
: nd you wii-J cso no tin r a''ra;tl-
e n-.ve tiiin-lreos nt ii-st-in.iiiin.s ti
those l i nt hitttl by it.
25 AN1 5 1 CTS, A roTlI.K SAMPLE 15. IT
II.I S .0 CTS
A-kyour druiittist f. r Dr. M.dv-ir.
Irish (.'..no Syruo. TmU" IiO othio! tloe
trial is a'l t iat is rece'sary to eonvinr-e
Ton. Sent to any a 'dress by eva-r ss. c-n
receipt of price. Mid; only by the pr
If 1 We Call It THE FAMOUS
Keratiee we j F Ml US for Low Piicea.
Intend ! FAMOUS fur Good Goods,
t to j FAMtiUS for Courteous Treatment.
Be ! FAMOUS iu the lri Cities.
As the b-st place to buy footwear. I Our trade is i n creatine
every day And here are the pric-s that do it:
Men's Ooodyear welt, calf.conuress and
Men's t.uck'e shi es OSc; g io.I value Si. 25
t.en's ruhhir shoes, 4tfe.
Men's bucttle arctics, 08:
Men's felt boots and
worth, $2 50.
We have this week received an impor
tation of French white chica for decora
tion. ALBUMS Our line this year is far
ahead of anything we haye
had in the past in style, and
lower in prici.
BIBLES We have a we 1 seke'ed line
of the celebrated llolnan
family bibles. Also Lis new
self pronouncing teacher's edi .
tion. Call and examine tht se
and our Oxford acd Bajstcr
FRAMES We are this year a: hereto
fore mnking a special feature
of our framing department
and prices are lower and fin
ish is much improved. Ail
wo 3d goods guaranteed.
Proprietoror of the Lr.Oy sToct
T o JS S3 '!E8.
A J Kn le of Cut Flowt re conetautlj on hand.
Green Eonse . riowcrgtore
One b.oek north of CeHn- p.rk.tte largeit'nlo 7a. V, t Brady tree'.Davoa wUv
' sj3rL. t,Afl
I ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
CAUSE 4; CO S OIR.
. ..f4 50
. . . 4.50 3.44
. .. 3.5') 2.30
. .. 4.50 2.00
4. (Ml 3.2J5
. ... 3.(i(l 2.25
5 50 4 71
. . . 5.50 4 75
3 00 4 75
J I .'XTeiN I:... Nov. ti. jfb2 it". Il
j Ui i 'inn- R x k Isbtnii: Dear s:r ph-a-e
j ti'" -; tl tal note f. r two hi s-c of
' o-.: w m: tr.'ul k!t!:;ey i.d; Kv-r ipd's
j fi-.-.- p:::s f,Hi I cot froia yu befoie dirl
:i' s i rti o n p.K.d that I Cjin siv b;y are
1 t-.e his! Ui -it I ev.-r ucd. having ciearod
" ay tn-t cravel that I whs troo
i --iv . reei.inm 'n.tt ij tln-in p hit
1 .iti-s v.Tj truly.
I'-.xt ni, F.-r.i (J ,
i- W..ndtrful V:l tiv:
25 et-n- p r bo, le- b .
H. THOMAS, Druggist.
Lodies dongola patent tip f 1-1$: worth
Lidics' felt slippnrs 50c. 75c: and
f h i i O r.. . I-. I. ; n t 1 .
n s trrain box tOD school sh. as-
Infant shoes, 243.
Ladies' rubbers, 20c.
All are genuine bargains.
FAMOUS SHOE STORF.
3d near Brady Davenport, Iowa
G-. L. WYNES & CO.
Note It Down!
Dish Pans Klqt 133, 14 qt 23c Uq 27c
O. ht. Lanterns j , 45
Superior Vt lingers ; !!l 83
Coal Hods...,! '...!! 2J
Tea at.d Ct iTe Pots lij. Ij) 20, 25
Fiowi-r sifters ' . . i ' i.i.
Clothes Pins. .
. 12 oz, for 10s
Tea Spoon per set. . .
N'ickle Alarm Clockb.
Penny Tanks .
SI ito Pencils ; .
Chamois trk'ns . . j .
Hamist r.1- i. .
6 for lc