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THE ABGUSrTHURSPAY, OCTOBER 13, 1892.
LET ALL KEGI8TER.
Duty Before Election Every
body Should Perform.
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; n is pieasam
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
cently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. cuF ..a-
onlv remedy of its kind ever pro-
ducea, piuu&iug iuc iosi auu. ac
ceptable to the stomach, t -mpt in
its action and truly benef. 1 in its
efleets, prepared only fror .e most
healtby and agreeable subh . aces, its
man v excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Svrup of r iss is lor sale in t oc
bottles bv all leading druggists.
Anv reliable druggist who may not
have it on hand will procure it
promptly for any one wno wishes
to try it. Manufactured only by the
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.,
SAN FAANCISCO, CAL.
Louisville, ky. mew yobjc, y. -g
J. E. BKIDT.
T. B. RKLDY.
THE riEST OPPOETTJNITT TUESDAY.
We now have sr.mc Urtt-clwj bareains tn re-l
estate which will net all the way from 8 to 10 per
cent on the inTestment. It will be to the Interest
of pa tics who have tbe'r money placed at a less
rate of lnlerest to call and enrn'mtice t argatns.
Room 4. Mitchi-11 Lvnde fruildirig, gronnd
Boor, in rear of Mitchell & Lynde bunk.
Slate Pencils, Ink,
Paper Tablets, Satchele,
Straps, Baskets, Pencil Boxes
Rulers, and everything
necessary for School.
School Supplies at
C. C. TAYLOR'S,
1717 Second Ave.
locill your attention to a few fact:
Yonr evesicht Is priceless the eye? need pood
care: improper spectacles are njnrior.s. yon
should tot trust your eyesight to irresponsible
peddlers of cheep spectacles.
H D. FOLSOM
Is a Practical Optician, and will taVe pains to
properly flt yonr eyes ror every oeiect oi visiuu
ana win gaarantee a pcncci i.i m cvtfj wc.
If the lines in this diamond figure do not
appear equally black in all the different
meridian rr. indicjfps a. defect cf sijrht
that causes nervous head-ache and should
be corrected once. Eyes tested free.
Jeweltr and Optician.
For Pantry Convenience.
I have a covered jar, yellow
with white bands, with a reat
cover of the same style, espec
ially adapted to keepiDg spices
or other such materials in the
pantry, and not expensive.
lnree sizes; one, two and
three quarts. Ask. for butter
ltXM Second avenue,
G. M. Looblxy.
No One Should Risk Ilia Right to Vote by
Neglecting to See That Ills Xante la Re
corded on the roll Hooks Only Two
Days in Which This May be Done-Better
Attend to It the First.
Tuesday, Oct. 18 the first day of regis
tration is less than a week off and demo
crats should remember that unless they
go to the polls on that day, or two weeks
later, Nov. 1, their opportunity to register
will have passed and there may be a ques
tion aa to their right to vote. The Chi
cago papers maintain that an entire new
register must be takeD this year of every
legalized voter, thtt every voter must
register in pert on and that he cannot
vote upon the face of past
registration, nor can he have his vote
sworn in on election day. Be that as it
may, TnK Aitocs desires to impress
upon every voter ihe duty of attending
to tr.is dmy cn the days 6et apart by law
for thtit purpose. Every man should do
his duty 10 resist r io person nextThurs
day at all events. It is unsafe to put it
t ff until Hov. 1. when he may be sick or
out of town. If this is done all will be
well. There ate many, however, who
will let Oct. 18 pass by without their reg
istering It is the duty of those who do
register on the first day to see that these
others go to the pools on Nov. 1.
Certainly nothing is to be gained by
neglecting to register, and a good deal
may be lost to the democrats by such ne
glect. The republicans are not overlook
ing this important duty. Realizing that
the state as well as the nation is lost to
them on the legal vote, they are sending
out quietly circular to all county com
mittetmen to get out the voters on reg
istration day, to attend to this duty as
d ligently ss they would to get out the
votts on election day, hoping thereby by
a strict compliance with the letter of the
lav to yet outwit the party who already
has lie fi'bt won. Every republican in
the state of Illinois will be registered
posiible next Tuesday. So
wiii every aouoiiui voter, sou u
any of these classes of citizens
il to register next Tuesday, they will
be advised the fo.lowing morning bright
and esrly of their neglect, and they will
hear about it again before Nov. 1, which
will be the last day the registry toard
sits. Every dtmocrat should remember
these two days. Remember that Nov. 1
is the last day cf grace and that the
duty must be discharged on that day,
but better than that see to it on Oct.
18 next Tuesday. A prominent demo
crat said this morning: "we nave too
good a thing this year to endanger los
ing it by neglecting so simple a duty
as registering. None of us should forget
The election boards in many wards are
controlled by republicans. Some cf the
ludges permit personal or party feeling
io affect their methods of discharging
thnir duties. This was fully shown at
the last election held in Rock Island
the school election hen citizens who
had resided in a precinct for years, and
had never failed to vote when in the city
were compelled to comply with every
requirement of the law because their po
sition cn the question before the people
was considered, while others not so well
knnwn in the ward were rushed in and
alowed to vote without being ques
tioned. The mode of conducting the
last school election, as stated then, was a
rtisrraee to Rock Island. We don't want
a repetition of it. We don't want an oc
casion for a repetition of it. The best
thin-; a voter can do is to leave no op
portunity for his vote being que6tiontd
and his elective privileges endangered
through non compliance with every re
quirement of the law, or through er her
ignorant or ove'r-wise judges of election.
Register next Tuesday in person. Then
you are all right.
Headache and Dyspepsia,
Wilh&m E. Rockwell, No. 512 Wess
Fifty-seventh street. New York, says:
-1 Lave been a martyr to bilious head
ache and dyspepsia. Any indiscretion in
diet, overfatigue or cold, brings on a fit
of indigestion, fallowed by a headache
lasting two or three days at a time. I
think I must have tried over 20 different
remedies, which were recommended as
certain cures by loving friends, but it
was no use. At last I thought I would
take a simole course of purgation with
Brandreth's Pills. For the first week I
took two pills every night, then one pill
for 80 nights; in that time I gained three
pounds in weight, and never have had an
ache or pain since."
Dhea3e in one part of the body will
eventually fill the whole body with dis
ease. Every year or two some part of
the system grows weak and begins to de
cay. Such part should be removed at
once, and new matter be allowed to take
its place. There's no need of cutting it
out with a surgeon's scalpel. Purge
away the old. diseased and wornout parts
with Brandreth s nun.
Tffr floncerv rhetoric can tell the merit
rf Hnnd'a SarsaDarilla as well as the
cares accomplished by this excellent
ROGER Q. MILLS. J
The Oreat Tariff Reform Orator to Speak in
Rock Island Tomorrow Night The Pa
rade. Tomorrow evening Senator Roger Q
Mills, of Texas, who as chairman of the
ways and means committee of the house
in the congress o' four years ago framed
the famous bill in the interests of tariff
reform which bears his name, is to speak
at Harper's theatre.
Prior to the meeting there will be a
street parade of marching clubs in which
all the clubs of the county are txoected
to participate. There is also likely to be
a large attendance of clubs from Daven
port. The Leader says:
The Horace Boies club and the Flam
beau club last night received official invi
tations to attend the meeting in Rock
Island on Friday evening next which is
to be addressed by Senator Roger Q.
Mills. Both clubs will turn out in full
force. They will meet on Main street
near the St James hotel and together
cross the river on-the ferry boat. It is
desired by the Hock Island directors of
the parade that the visitors reach the
other side of the river not later than 7:30
o'clock. It will be necessary for the
clubs to be ready to move from their
clubs in this city not later than 7 o'clock
All members of both clubs should be
prompt, so as not to delay the Rock Isl
Mr. Mills will speak in Harper's theatre
at the close of the parade and the home
will be packed by people anxious to hear
the eloquent Texan.
The Democrat says:
The appearance of Hon Roger Q.
Mills in the tri-cities Friday will be an
event that will interest every inhabitant
in their bounds. In following the lines
laid down for him in the campaign this
distinguished statesman and orator will
be here for a day, and will speak, un
doubtedly, to one of the large t audiences
ever assembled in Hock IsUnd. in the
evening. He will arrive there at 9 a m
as it is now understood, and at 3 o'clock
he will come to this side, if the present
arrangements are carried out. He will
be the guest of the Horace Boies club
and will be the central figure of a re
ception to be held at the rooms of that
wide-awake organization from 3 till 5 p.
m. Every democrat in this city will
want to be there, and it :s ftir to add
that there will be voters in the throng
who have not been allied with the dcmo
cratic party in the past, but who can be
depended upon to vote right this fall,
The reception wul cill out the n wr of
Davenport's citizenship If it could be
held in ihe evening the gathering would
be far larger than it can be in the after'
noon, for there are hundreds upon nun
dreds of laboring men here who ppre'
ciate the efforts of this distinguished
citizen to emancipate them from the bur
dens that now handicap them, who will
be unable to make their appemnce in
the afternoon or at anv time within
working houra- The pressure up'in Mr.
Mills, however, does not permit him to
spend more time here than has been men'
tioned, and that occasion will be im
proved to the utmost. List it be made
one to be remembered. .
A SOLEMN KITE.
tials Last Evening.
WAS A PEETTT HOME WEDDING.
A Handsome Affair tJlven by Mesdames
Whlttler and Dodire Yesterday After
Mesdames W. H. Whiskr and Scwall
Dodge and Miss Louise Wbisler gave a
pink reception at the residence of Mrs,
Dodge, 1029 Third avnua. yesterday af
ternoon. The interior decorations were
very elaborate, corresponding with the
character of the reception. Oyer 200
ladies of the three cities were received
during the afternoon and entertained
Dainty refreshments were served. The
Davenport Mandolin club furnished de
lightful music and the aff iir was ODe of
the most pltasanl that has occured here
in some time.
Cansdale is iinilty.
The Cansdale trial came to a quick ter
mination yesterday afternoon in the cir
cuit court at Davenport. The taking of
evidence was finished in the morning and
the lawyers finished their arguments
shortly after 3 o'clock and the judge had
read his charge to the jury and it had
retired before 4 . In about half an haur
it returned a verdict of "guilty as charged,"
consuming the least time in reaching its
decision, that has been taken in a crimi-
inal trial there for several terms of the dis
trict court. The verdict means a peni
tentiary sentence, which can be tnree
years in length if the judge chooses to in
flict the maximum allowed by law.
Shortly after the transactions of Cans-
dale became pubiir, the Stratton girl, his
victim, received a letter from a woman
in a western state who claimed to be his
third wife, and it is probable that if his
record could be known it would show
that he has been a trifler with the affec
tions of women before he cme here.
A Large Number of Relatives and Friends
Assemble at the Rosenfleld Mansion to
Witness the Ceremony Many Handsome
Presents and Congratulatory Telegrams
Received Those From Abroad.
One of the most elaborate home wed
dings that has occurred here for some
time took place at the handsome resi
dence of Mayor Rosenfield and wife, at
Nineteenth street and Eighth avenue last
evening, it being the joining in
holy bonds the lives of Miss Har
riet M. Rosenfield and Felix Ellin
ger, of Coatsville, Pa. The ceremony
took place in the east parlor, which had
been artistically decorated with a profu
sion of flowers and potted plants, a bank
of palms in the extreme north room forms
ing the background for an altar.
The Bridal Party.
Promptly at 7 o'clock Schillinger's or
chestra, conveniently stationed, struck
up Mendelssohn's grand wedding march
to the strains of which the wedding party
entered the parlor. It was preceded by
little 7-year-old Master Carrol Sax in
full evening dress, carrying a white satin
cushion upon which was the bridal ring.
Then came the bride aiyl groom followed
by the bridesmaids. Misses Mabel Hirsch
and T. Bauer, of Chicago; Clara and
Srah Ettinger, of Philadelphia; Edith
Ochs, of Arkansas City, Ark.; Edna
May, of Frankfort, Mich.; Julia Levi, of
Rock Island, end Fannie Esther and
Carrie Rosenfield, cf this city. The
bride was attired in a beautiful wedding
costume of white satin, with point lace,
worn en train, while the groom appeared
in the conventional black. The ceremony
was the solemn Hebrew ritual, and was
performed by Rev. Dr. Moses, of Chi
The ceremony was followed by a sea'
son of hearty congratulations from the
many friends of the contracting parties,
large number of congratulatory telegrams
being received from all over the country
showing an abundance cf well wishes on
the happy couple. After enioing an
elaborate barquet served by Krell &
Math, they left on tan evening train for
an extended tour in the southeast before
settling in their future home at Coats
The Happy Couple.
Ti.e groom is a prominent ycung busi
ness man of Coatsville, Pa., and the bride,
who was born and raised here. was a lesde
in Jew'sU society circles and has hosts of
admiring friends whose best wishes will
go with her to her new home in the east.
A large number of beauiif'il and costly
presents testified to the high esteem in
which the happy couple are held.
Among the guests from abroad who at
tended were: Joseph May, of Dss Moines;
D. S. Hirsch and Harry J Hirsch and Mr.
and Mrs. Silberman, of Chicago; Mr. and
Mrs J.B Sax.of Oitumwa; Mr. and Mrs. O.
A. Wolf and Mrs. D. Wolf. of Grand Rapids.
M ich . , and David E tt inger, of Philadelphia,
father of the groom.
U. S. SENATOR
Roger Q. Mills
will address the people of Rock
si and at
The non. John F. Smith, of Westmin
ister. Hd.. iudee of the circuit court of
Carroll county. Md. . says: "I have used
Salvation Oil for rheumatism . Its effects
were prompt and lasting."
Friday Eve., Oct 14.
Turn out and hear the
i 1 11 4
expose tne tauacies or a
protective tariff as exem
plified by the McKinley
Salt Over Advertinliig.
The Port Byron Globe has had Loui3
Wolff, the advertising agent of Daven
port, arrested on the charge of embtzz'e
nient, claiming that the latter embezzled
some $20 belonging to it. Wolff ,was
taken before Justice Eagal in Davenport
and bound over to the gand jury in bonds
of S200. Wolff denies that there is
anything like embezzlement connecud
with the case, that all he did was to tr
range for some advertising, which he has
failed on account of being a little pushed
for money to pay for. In support of
this claim he states that his contracts
with the Globe were made ia his own
name and that he is simply a debtor.
That true friend to all suffering wifi
colds and coughs. Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup, will always help and never disap
point you, as other cough remedies do.
JAHNS & BERTLESEN
Peoria Cook and Ranges,
Tinware And Hottsk Furnishing Goods.
1612 SECOND AVENUE.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Special Sale of
BOOTS AND SHOES
AT THE CARSE & CO. STAND.
CAHPE & CO'S OUR
Wright & Peters' Dongola Hand Turn and Welt f 4 50 3.75
" Dull (long welts 4.5U 3.1&
' " Dongolas M. S 3.50 2.50
" Mat kid top 4.50 2.00
" Straight goat 2.75 2.25
Stribley's Dongola hand turn 4.00 3.25
Welt 3. 50 3.UU
M. S 3.00 2.25
Cloyes' " Welt 3.50 3.00
M. S. patent tip 3.00 2.25
French & Hall's Cordovan Hand Sewed 5.50 4.75
Calf Hand Sewed 5.50 4.75
Bay State Calf Welt 5.00 4.75
"We Guarantee the above to be lower than ever before offered. Call at oar
store and Inspect our goods and prices; we have also a great many other bar
gains that we are now offering.
I V Z SCHNEIDER,
Successor to Carse & Co., 1622 Second Avenue.
Upon the solicitation of a number of our leading
Physicians we have secured the agency tor 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
Burtis Opera House,
SATURDAY n 1 K Jr. 1 CfU
ana teUJNUAY. vsvit iJ u& J. U 111
The Success of I ast Season,
In the best cf all gestational Comedy
Ifi Car load of Sc enery .
PrteeeSl.oa. 75. TO anil SSc:
and T. U. Thomas' dmgstoi .
;eats at FlukV
Fare Tshle C.arot
Norton's Seedling Claret.
Sweet Catawba ......1K7S
Dry Catawba IP"
Dry Catawba lH-C
Old Ilrolherhood Brandy
Old Cherry liranrty 1868
old Medicinal Port 1K
Old Sweet Delaware 1hK"
Ei. Old liroctoQ Port 1K
Also, Old XXXXX Emerson Rye 79 in original qts.
T. H. THOMAS, Druggist.
A triple-plated World's Fair Souvenir Spoon with
each purchase of $2.00 or more until October 6th.
Our Prices are Winners.
Ladies' fine Dongola Button S3.C0 shoe in this Bale reduce
o $1 98. A line $2.50 shoe cut to $1.73.
Infant ehoes 28 cents.
43"The qualities we will show you will cause you t j wonder, as they are very
FAMOUS SHOE STORE,
108 W. 3d near Brady Davenport, Iowa.
Proprietor of the Brady Street
Ail kinds of Cat Flowers constantly on band.
Green Houses- Flower Store-
One block north of Central Park, the largest lr Ia. 304 Brady street. Davenport, Iowa.
New and Second Hand.
We yill save you Aloney 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.
Geo. H. Kingsbury.
1703, 1705 Second avenue. Bock Island, Telephone 121C
402 Fifteenth street, Moline.
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