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h the method and results when
i:up0f Figs is taken; it is pleasant
j refreshing to the taste, and acts
w vet promptly on the Kidneys,
ver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
L i-flectually, dispels colds, head-
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je and levers ana cures naouuai
T. .);r.if inn. Svruo of Fiers is the
iv remedy of its kind ever pro-
vu, pleasing to me wsieanu ac
tal'le to the stomach, prompt in
u tion and truly beneficial in its
i t?, prepared only from the most
althvarm agreeaDiesuDsiances, its
my excellent qualities commend it
all ana nave maae it iie most
mlar remedy known.
Svrup ot rigs is ior sale in idc
.tiles by all leading druggists.
nv reliable druggist who may not
ve it on nana will procure it
lomptlj ior uuy yuo vnio w isma
try it. Manutacturea only by the
pLIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.,
SAN FKANCISOO, OAL.
buisVlIS. KY. KEW YOBK, N. X
Young Democrats Organize for the
A Ml rone tlnb Formed Last Klfcht
The Officers The Manny sides
Best Line of
ARPETS AKD FURNITUBl
And the largest-and best line of
IN THE THREE CITIES.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT,
1809 and. 1811 Second Ave.
1. E. KECDT.
T. B. KKIDT.
orvmR flrt-fcts tanrain in eiS
late which will net all the-way fronT8 to 14 par
nt on the investment It wih be to the interest
n tie who haw tbeir nmnef placed at a leM
hue of Interest to call and examna ttieje r aivi
Room 4. MitefaeH A Lvnde buildine. ground
floor, in rear of Mitchell LJfitae Dana.
Ink, Paper. Tablets,
Satchels, Straps, Baskets,
Peneil Boxes, Ku'.ere,
knd everything necessary for
W. TREFZ & CD.,
2223 Fourth Ave.
CUPS AND SAUCER3
On So rnW? a tt (a-nr rtrt that
day only) Sept ' 24th, we will
sell cups and saucers at the fol-
1 2 JJ .
After dinner cofTeva. 1-4 off.
China caps. 1-5.
Moustache ops, 1-5 off
Decoraied stone china. 1 6 off.
Whte None china, 1-10 vtt.
To make the sale interesting
ho everyone. I will Bell one
Stvle of dt-f!firn frl rhinn nrH
and saucers at 10 cents each,
not old stock, bat received this
W Jllnr rTn n novo- lino rvf
amt)S. on tnat dav. ehean. but
Ino cheaper than usual.
U. M. JUOOSLEY.
lUOi second avenue.
The Y. M. C. A. building fund is guar'
anteed, but the Ladies' Auxiliary has yet
to raise the $500 which they pledged.
That s what the supperThursday evening
is for. so don't fail to go and take your
friends. Supper from 6 to 8 o'clock in
the Y- M. U. A. building.
Young democracy will be in line to
nght. In accordance with an announcement
yesterday for a meeting of the young
democrats of the city last night a large
number gathered in the rooms over
Glockhoff s cigRr store, which haye been
kindly tendered by the gentleman for the
use of a club. Nearly 50 were present
and the meeting was called to order by
L. C. Blaiidir. , who on motion was
made temporal v chairman, Peter Frey
being chosen i-s temporary secretary.
On account of it being well into the
campaign it was thought be6t to form the
permanett or:an'z ttion without further
delay and accordingly the following offi
cers were che sen by acclamation:
President A. D. Hucsing.
"Vice President L C Blanding.
Secretary Will Lamont.
Treasurer Louis Glockhoff.
Marshal Fred Ke!lerstr83.
Color Sergeant Louis Cohn.
It was then decided that i
member from each ward, together
with the officers, should compose
an executive committee. The First ward
not being represented the following were
chosen from their respective wards: Sec
ond ward, Will Kinner; Third ward,
James T. O'Connor; Fourth ward. Qua
Treman; Fifth ward, Tom Leary, Sixth
ward, J. F. Dindinger; Seventh ward.
The sutject of choosing a name for the
new club being next in order it was sug
gested by L. C. Blanding that it be named
after Illinois' representative on the nas
tional ticket, that distinguished citizen.
lion. Adlai E. Stevenson, the next vice
president of the United States. The men
tion of his name was loudly cheered and
it was unanimously decided to name the
club in bia honor, it being called the
"Young Men's Adlai E. Stevenson club
of Rock Island."
The club decided to fix Monday even.
ing of each week as the regular meeting
night and the following committee was
appointed to solicit hinds for the mainle
nance of the club: Will Kinner, Louis
Cobn, T. F- LtYaKcGustav -Stengel, Jr ,
and John McDarrah. 'It was decided to
turn out in a body tonight and arrange
ments for being; in line will accordingly
be mads today.
It was an enthusiastic gathering of the
young democracy of the city, a large
number having signified tbeir intention
of joining wh arere unable to be pres
ent last night, and it will no doubt make
a strong organization . All who have not
yet signed tbeir Barnes are invited to do
so and every young man in Rook Js'.and
who believes in the Drinoioles .of demo-
JLcracv is entitled to become a member of
the organization. President Huesing
made some extended remarks in assuming
the chair, as did lso Tice President
Blanding, and after the business of the
meeting had been finished, some time
was spent in enjoying fragrant Havanaa.
and then adiourned to meet tonight at
the rooms at 7 o'clock.
THE 8CKJJTRLDE8 . '
The 0:d Sunnvside club was re-organ
ired in the Third ward last nipfct, and ar
rangements made for attending the dem
onstration this evening. The club will
meet at Roche'9 hall whtro it will be
joiued by the Second Ward Cable lub
and headed by a band will march to
SECOND WARD CABLE ClCB .
There was a meeting of the Second
Ward Cable club at the Phoenix hose
house last night and arrangements made
for attending the Altgeld demonstration
tonight. It is expected that a large num
ber will turn out and an invitation is ex
tended to all the democrats of the First
ward to meet at the Second ward head
quarters tonight aad get in line with that
club. P enty of torches and Chinese lan
terns will be on hand and it is hoped that
everyone who can possibly attend will do
Wiltiam Glass has purchased the inter
est of his partner, W. M. Underhill, in
the restaurant business on Market
Square, and will hereafter conduct the
The medical firm of Myers & Holdtr
read, has been dissolved, and Dr. Hold
erread expects to leave the city. Dr.
Gaorge W. Wheeler of Paxton, III., has
arrived in Rock Island, and associated
himself with Dr. Myers so that the firm
name hereafter will be Myers & Wheeler.
The new firm has secured office rooms in
tae Erell & Math building which will be
a much more central location where they
will fit up handsome apartments. Dr.
Wheeler the new member of the firm,
cornea highly recommended, and will no
doubt prove a valuable acquisition to the
medical fraternity. -
Wedet at Mt. Paal.
A party of the friends of 8. 8. Davis
and Miss Apollonia Weyerhauser have
gone to St. Paul to attend their wedding
which occurred there this afternoon.
The v wedding was celebrated at 4
o'clock this afternoon and was a quiet
affair, only relatives and immediate
friends being present. Mr. and Mrs.
Davis will go east on an extended wed
ding trip and then return to Rock Island,
which will be their home. Neither Mr.
Davis nor his br'de need introduction to
the people of Rock Island. The groom
has grown into manhood here, it may be
said, and his successful business career
here and in Moline has won him the es-
te?m of all in both cities. He is one of
those most actively interested in the Peo
ple's Light, Power and Fuel company.
the practical manager of the company,
and in short is one of the foremost busi
ness men of the Twin Cities. Ills bride
is the accomplished daughter of Mr.' and
Mrs. Frederick Weyerhauser, and al
though they have resided more recently
in Minneapolis, Rock Island is their
home. Mr. Davis has hosts of
friends and admirers in Rock Island,
whose congratulations will be extended
the happy groom.
There is a scene in the "Waifs of New
York," the metropolitan drama, which ap
pears at the Harper Opera House next
Friday, showing two trains crossing
the Harlem railroad bridge in opposite
directions, while Willie and Gertie, the
two waifs, are seen hanging from the
trestle work of the bridge underneath
It is one of the most thrilling and real
istic scenes ever witneesed upon any
The famous Frank Daniels in his
equally famous "Little Puck," is to be
seen at the Burtis at Davenport next
Abot & Teal will present their great
comedy, "Niobe," at the Burtis Opera
house at Davenport text Thursday even
Will of K. P. Reynolds.
The will of the late Eiisha P. Rey
nolds was probated in the county court
this morning. It bears date of May 26,
1891, and is witnessed by E W. Hurst,
George F. Roth amd R. A. Donaldson
lie bequeaths to bis sons John and Ben,
Sl.OOOeach; to bis daughter, Mrs. Lucy
M. Channon of this city, he bequeaths
$5,000. The rest and residue of his es
tate is bequeathed to his widow, Amanda
O. Reynolds, his son, E. P. Reynolds,
Jr., and his daughter, Betsy Reynolds, to
be divided equally share and share
alike. Eiisha P. Reynolds, Jr., is ap
pointed executor without bonds .
There is a wild rumor afloat that two
Belgian immigrants infected with cholera
arrived in the ity this afternoon. The
health officers tare been advised of no
such cases, aHhoueh Health Commis
sioner Eyster is cothned to his house
with illness, an the efforts of The Ar
gob to ecertats the facts have so far met
with no alarming results.
The cape of -South Moline vs Kuackel
went to the jury this afternoon and the
criminal doefcet reached. The first crim
inal case taken job was that of Horace
Moaroe and George Johnson, charged
with burglary, which is now hearing
Looney 4b Kelly -appearing for the de
JOHN P. ALTGELD.
Ill noli' Next Governor Reaches the
Tbe Ontlook for Democracy IoiUIng;
Krlxhter Throughout the (State
Every Iay Tontgrhi's
Judge John P. Altgeld, of Chicago,
democratic candidate for governor of Il
linois, arrived in the city at 11:30 this
morning, accompanied by Mrs. Altgeld.
The party was met at the depot by a
Although there have been no arrange
ments as to decorating there seems to be a
pretty general disposition to so honor the
occasion. A faau3some Cleveland and
Stevenson banner was swung between
The Abb os building and the Rock Island
houBe this morning.
Have yon Sead
How Mr. W. D. Wen'.z of Geneva. N. Y.
was cured of the severest form of dyspep
sia? He says everything he ate seemed
like pouring melted lead into his stomach.
Hood's Sarsapariila effected a perfect cure
Full particulars wiil be sent if you write
C. I. Hood & Co-, Lowell, Mass.
The highest praise has been won by
Hood's Pills for their easy, yet efficient,
Three Thlogri to Kamember.
Hood's Sarsapariila has the most
Hood's Sarsapariila has won unequal
Hood's Sarsapariila accomplishes the
Is it not the medicine for youT
Constipation is caused by loss of tbe
lieristaltic action of the bowels. Hood's
Pills restore this action and invigorate
Slate Pencils, Ink,
Paper Tablets, Satchels,
Strape, Baskets, Pencil Boxes
Rulers, and everything
necessary for School. .
School Supplies at
C. C. TAYLOR'S,
1717 Second Ave.
Well, no matter where or how we have
got them, they will go this week for half
regular PKicEs All this week if they
last so long (but prices will hustle them
Ladies' ribbed underwear, iustrieht for
for fall wear.
One lot ladies' high neck, lene sleeves.
ribbed vest, 14c each.
One lot ladies' jaeger natural mix rib
bed vests, high neck, long sleevts. 19c
Ooe lot ladies' Eyptain ribbed vests.
high neck, long sleeves, 223 each.
One lot ladiep medium weieht, high
neck. Ions sleeves, vest 22c each .
Oae lot ladies' ribbed pants 22 a pair.
Dollars for halves wond express the
values we give you this week.
Eebe is Another Hurrah in Cotton flannels Tnis Week
JOHN P. ALTGELD.
number of representative democrats and
escorted to the Rock Island house, where
he met a number of citizens, conversed
with Chairman Silvis of the county com
mittee, discussed the tituation politically
throughout the state and then repaired to
the residence of E G. Frszer, where he
rejoined his wife, the Judge and Mrs.
Al'geld being the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
FrBZer while in the city.
"The outlook is sp'endid!" wa9 Judge
Altgeld's reply to an Argcs reporter's in
quiry as to the appearance of the situation
on his second canvass of the state. Thi
outlook for the democrats is growing
brighter every day, and I cannot see how
it will be possible for the party to fail to
carry the state by a handsome majority
His T'.ews solicited as to Gov,
Fifer's attack upon bitu at Taylorville
last night, the judge said:
"It has remained for the governor to
enter into personal abuse in this cam-
paiga. I havetnade specific accusations
against state officials as cfllsials. I have
estered into no personal attack. I have
made no accusations against anyone as
individuals. My charges against the
mode f conducting state institutions re'
main unanswered, and the abuse of me
is simply resorted to to evade the truth
and to draw attention from my charges
Tonight Jdgc Altgeld speaks at Har
per's theatre, as will also Truman Flautz
There wrli also be a torchlight proces
sion prior to tbe meeting.
Tbe marching clubs will form on Third
avenue at Turner hall, and march east on
Thtrd to Twtntieih street, where they
wtft be met by tbe Moline cluh. th?oce
north on Twentieth street to Second ave
ne, west o Second to Eighteenth street
where the clubs from Davenport will
rorm and join in the procession, and pa
raae tne prvncipn streets.
Burtis Dpera House,
GBKAT BILLOWS OF LAUGHTER,,
FRIDAY NIGHT, Seit. 2:
MR. FRANK DANIELS
AND HIS COMPANY IN
Now in the sixth year of of its great euccee.
thoaUi, screamp, yell, roar?.
Prices $1, 75c. 50c 2Sc. Seats on a3e at
Fluke's. Telephone N'o. SO.
Wednefday and Thursday, Pept. 21
and 23, from 8 o'clock A M. to 6 o'clock -a.
m. muslins for joar prices that will
For two days, and for two days only,
we will sell Acorn 6c unbleached muslins,
yard wide at 4j a yard.
Waldora unbleached yard wide muslin.
5 i a atd
Penpt rail R unbleached yard wide mus
lin 5 5 a yard.
Lockwood muslin, yard wide, 5Jc a
yarii, rrgulnr value 7c.
Pcpp r 11 E 40 inch muslin 6J a yard.
Buckfhe 1 1 heavy yard wide uncWached
musiin 6i a v:d.
Inf'iante-d extra heavy yard wide mass
1; n Cio h Mr 1.
Oz'trk AA yard wide unbleached mus
lin 5c a vard.
Burtis Opera House, .
J pBBOTT & TEAL'S
ALL LAUGHTER !
150 Nights in New York
lOO Nights in Boston.
. 50 Nights in Chicago.
Is Beautifully Staged
Is Splendidly Acted-
A Laugh Every Second.
Prices $1,00, 75. 50 and S5 cet ts; seat rata at
Fluke's Mouday tept l'Jth: Telephone No. HO.
Estate of Flisha P. Reynolds, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed execu
tor of the last will and testament of E.is'ha P.
Reynolds, late of the county of Hock Island,
state ol Illinois, deceased, hereby eives notice
that he will appear before the countv court of
Rock Island county, at the oilice of the clerk of
saidcourt,in the city of Rock Island,at the Decem
ber term, on the first Monday In D.cemb i next,
at wnicb time ail persons hiving cUin s against
said estate are noiiued and requested to attend
for the purpose of having the same adjusted. AU
persona indebted to said estate are requested to
make Immediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this Stst day of September, A. D. 18M.
E. p. REYNOLDS, Executar.
One case Bretonia unbleaced 12o cotton limnel 8c a yard.
One case buckskin 12c unble chedc'jttopllinnel 10c a yard.
One case buckskin 14c unbVacbed cotton linnel 8t a yard.
Cheaper bleached and unblei bed cotton llanuel as low as
3e a yard. Come and examine qualities.
1720, 1722 and 1724 Second Avenue.
Buy Your Shoes at
These Stores are noted for carrying the best and most com-'
plete stock 8 at Lowest prices.
"We Skll, Solid School Snos for Less Money than any
other competitor in the thrte citirs.
We enlarge your Photo free when you buy Ten Doll&V
worth of Shoes. Call and get card.
CAUSE & CO., STAND,
1622 Second avenue.
1712 Second avenue.
1819 Second ave.
Upon the solicitation of a number of our leading
Physicians we have secured the agency for the sale
of the celebrated Brotherhood Wine Co's. Wines and
Liquors, which are unexcelled for medicinal use.
We have the following goods in original pint
Pure Table Caret
Norton's Seedling Claret..
Sweet Catawba.... ........
Old Brotherhood Brandy.
Old Cherry Brandy
Old Medicinal Pore
Old Sweet Delaware
Kx. Old Brocton Port
Also, Old XXXXX Emerson Rye 79 in original qts.
T. H. THOMAS, Druggist.
Adams Wall Paper Co.
MLM 55 5"
J. C. ADAMS, Pres.
W. L. EYSTER, Sec.
"Window Shades, "
For all Kinds of
STORES Bock Island, Moline, Davenport, Reynolds.
New and Second Hand.
We will save you Money by purchasing your
Books, Tablets, Slates, School Bags, Slate
Pencils, Lunch Baskets, etc., of us. A lead
. pencil Sharpener given to every purchaser
of Tablets on Tuesday and Wednesday.
1703, 1705 Second avenue. Rock Island, Telephone 121 ft
403 Fifteenth str.et, Moline.