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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1892.
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
fently 3et promptly on the Kidneys,
,iver 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 taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
manv excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
yrup of Figs is for 6ale in 75c
bottles by all leading druggists.
Any rdiaole 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 Fit AN CISCO. OAL.
LOTJISVILLE, KY. NEW TOSS, Vf. Z
J. E. R inv.
T. u. RKLOY.
II Ell) Y BROS.,
We nor vf me (It t-cln banralnn in r 1
estate w tli will tiei all the w.y t orn 8 t. Is per
cent oc the itives'ment It. wil. be to the Interest
of pa ties who have tne T inoter p'aced at a
rate of in e et -o al. aul eam iit':ee artain.
Room 4. Mi chill & I.yt-dr. blinding, ground
Door, in rear or ncli.l. & lyuce nana.
Sla'.e Pencils, Iuk,
Papt-r ''"able's, Satchel,
Straj s , Baskets, tVncit Boxes
liuJtr", ani fvery thing
r.ecegsary for School.
School Supplies at
C. C. TAYLOR'S,
1717 Second Ave.
1 o cull y.rar attention to a few facts:
Tour eveS'Kht is i.riceleos the eyea need good
care; improper i-poctactea are i Jnrious, you
ahonldiot tr-ii-t your eyesight to irresponsible
peddlers of ctiap rDecWclea.
H D. FOLSOM
8 a Practical Op;clan. and will taVe pains to
r "p erly fit yonr eye for every defect of vision
n 1 wi 11 guarantee a perfect fit in every case.
HAND AND HEART.
Bridal Bells in the Twin-Cities
WEEE TWO NOTABLE WEDDINGS.
m 1 1 m
crnr ttB tit gi
If the l:n?s in 'his .37s.mond Srnre lo not
appear rm!ly biavk ia a!i tiip different
Diuridians. it indicu.ts a defect cf sight
that dtisr-s m rvnn.s he.sd-aibe cr-d should
'jo tori'xtcd kX 0;.o. I lyes tested freo.
Jei.r anrt Optician.
For S turJyy, Oct. 22nd, we
will te! at fptcial piices, ary
p'at 8 in te store, in some
caes at a reduction of one
ii ih i.i caso lets than cEe
tf n b
Thin will cover every gr id a
I have q.iiie ameJ-1 aaort
mnt, r iJ ging lr m Ciimmon
iron sti;e china up to Skvkes,
arid people wh ) want plates for
any U3e, wi'l fi d this a day
wo: tn m. ting. ..
S.tur.laj, only Oct. 221
The Levi-IIeinnfurter Nuptials at the
Home of Mra. May on Eighteenth Street
IlrUliant Wedding in Mollne Burkhardt-
. Vinton Coming: Matrimonial Events,
A.t lha residence ot M s. S. Hay on
Eighteenth afreet at 7 o'clock last even
ing cccurr.d the marriage of Miss BeVe
Heicsfnrter to Meyer Levi, Rev. Samuel
Greet field, of Peoria, emulating.
The ceremony, which was the solemn
Hebrew ritual. was performed in the
m .ia parlor la tue presencs of a few in
timate friends and relatives only. The
bride appeared in a beautiful wedding
co&tume of white silk trimmed in old
lce, while the groom wore the conven
tional black. After the ceremony which
u duc J the happy couple for life had been
corc!uded, a bpf season of con
t;rtulation followed. - after which
wedding fesst was served to the bridal
party and guests. Mr. and Mrs. Levi
w re kind'y remembered by their friends
end received manv handsome tokens of
regard in the form of presents. They
lif i on a eight traiu fur the west on their
wedding tour, which will include visits to
Denver, Suit Le City and other points,
aud returning will be at home to tbeir
friends at 1112 Second avenue after Nov
The bride ia a daughter of S. Ileitis
furter, who lately moved here from
Davenport, ard a prominent number of
TrNCity J-ivh oc5c'y circles. The
groom, ho is also well known, is
connected with the wholesale liquor cs
ublUhmeat of -VI. Levy & San. and both
have miny friends whose well wishes
wiil attend tbem on their voyage through
At the Yin ion residence on Second av-
e-ue in Moline, last evening at 7 o'clock
occurred the marriage of Mits Mary,
dNUii. t r ct Gtore W. Vinton, to Chart
Barbharut. tf Chicogo.
The pilu'. home red grounds were
elaboraielj d c; rted for the occasion.
the ceremocy being performed by Rev.
Sinclair, rector of Christ's church. Mo
line. TLe impressive Episcopal ritual
was used. Chriei'schurcL choir chanting the
L.jwi's prayer during the ceremony. The
grooenfrmes were Wi!l Burkhardt, brother
of the groom, and Ger rge Vinton, the
bridesmaids biing the Misses de Vux,
of New York City. Miss Birkha dt. of
Chicago, was mjid of honor and the
Misses Abbie Vmton and Bessie Barnard
were Sower tirls. The bride wore a
handsome wedding costume of white bro
caded satin, a tuiie y-il end orange blos
soms end carried a prayer book and
larpe white r se. Miss de Vux, one of
the bridesmaids, wore yellow satin.
Miss Besfrie de Yuux was in bine
stin. Miss Burhardt, the maid of honor
wote white crepe de chine. Miss Reese
and Miss Thompson, who werevlso of the
bi'dtl party, were attired in blue and yel
low satin respectively, the flower girls be
ing in pink crepe. bronze slip
pers and stockings. Each of the flower
girls nceive a solid gold bow-knot ricg
as a ri ct from the groom, the brides
rraidsct.cL receiving a souvenir spoon.
The Ubhers were Charles Hyde, George
Banghart, Burt Swift, John C ff-r, Carl
Elms and Robert Burkhardt. Immedi
ately after the wedd ng ceremony a re
ception was gi?en at whkh Miss Christy,
of Des Moii.es, Mits Martha lie men way
and C. A. Darn ard and wife, assisted in
receiving. Abou. 200 from the Tri-
Citks attended the reception, which was
followed by a wedding banquet served
i y Caterers Krell & Moth and parties
from Chicago. The tff ir was elaborate
in tvory rtsptct, and was attended
by a larfe nrmbtr from abroad.
Tonight at the residence of F. L Bliss
on Twenty-third street occurs the mar
riage of Miss Luell.i Bliss Jo P. W. Rinck,
tiu-iDS3 rnansgtr of the Uoion.
Tonight kI Rio occurs the marriage of
Mis Uua Iltfiio, of that place, to G. E
Xelms. tr .in dispatcher at the C. B. & Q.
depot in this city. Af er the wedding
the couple will leave on a wedding tour
of to weeks, after which they will
tutke their home in this city.
Ernst 8peidel, Son of C. A. Speldel, Dies In'
The sorrowful news cama from Chisago
this morning that E.-cst Spi-idel, so a of
Mr. and Mrs. C. A Speidel, 524 Twenty-
third street, had died at 3 o'clock
this morning, of kidney troubles, after
10 days l.lness. Mr Speidel bad been
in Chicago for a few days and last night
telegraphed fcr Dr. Bernhmdi and he
Uft at once, but did not reach there be
fore the end. The untimely death of
young man who w&s 60 full of ambition
and promise will cause great sadness in
ttock Island among those who knew him
and appreciated his worth, and much
sympathy will be ex'ended the fll cted
family in their loss. Mr. Speidel was
28 years of age, and a chemist by pro
fession. He leaves a wife and one
child a few months old.
The remains will arrive in Rock Is!
and tomorrow for interment.
Sussie, the 7-monlhs'-oldinfsLt daugh
ter of W. H. Caldwell and wife, died at
its parents' home, 1806 Third avenue, on
Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Th
funeral occurred from its parents' home
yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock, Rev. T.
W. Grafton officiating, the intermeut be
ing made in Chippianock cemetery.
Among the Rock Islanders who will
attend the Columbian dedicati ry exer
cises at Chicago this week are: T. II
Thomas and wife. Dr. G L.
Eettr, Dr. C. C. Carter, C.
F. Flcnrng, Adair Peasants, Aids
Daniel Corken and wife, C.
E. Evans and wife, William Ken
nedy and wife, and Sup'., of Water
works John A Murrin and wife.
Morris Rose l field and wife, Co'. H. B.
Burgh and wife and daughters. Miss Eva
and Mrs. A. E. Lyford. Mrs. J. S. GiN
more, Mrs. J. A. Baker and daughter.
Miss Lulu, Mrs. Oirin Leonard, Wil-iam
Jackson and wife, and daughter. Miss
Ilattie, left for Chicago today to attend
the dedication ceremonies.
M. Schnell and Robert Wagoer went to
Chicago last evening to attend the
World's Fair opening.
Miss Dolly Cool has gone to Chicago
on a few weeks visit to her sirter who
T. J. Medill went to Chicago last uluhl
to be present at the d dicatory services,
My furs aro now all in and ready 'o
inspection. Do not fail to attend the
special sale of furs, millinery and cloaks
Thursday and Friday. O-t. 2J and 21
rain or snow. The following prices wi)
25 French cooney cars 32 inches long,
satio lined, worth $20. go at $12
36 19 inch cooney capts, go at f5 75
Long astrachan military mantles, at
$30 and $40.
The best tip, seal, martin collar, at
A new stile, 18 inc'i cpe of s al sstra-
cban shswl collar at $9 50, best value in
Fine 2-inch astrachan capes, at (13,
$14 50 and $16.50.
Ten doz3D black co.rev muffs, sattn
lined good value at $1 75 go at 99
Good grade Astrachan muffs at $2.19
Black martin capes, muffs, boas and
chtkers at the lowest pofsib e prices.
Astrachan sacques, i tckets, mantles
and capes, all the best makes and guaranteed
Everything In cloaks marked to sell.
The ladies of the three cities have al
ready found out that they can get the
new and stylish things in milli ery only
of us. and we are crowied all the time.
so it is not necessary to arivrae this
department. J.J. Dunham
Davenport, 29 Brdy street.
YOUNG. MB. YATES.
Trie Son of His Father Displays
Q. M. Looslky.
(.'hint. Grass Lamps,
16jS Second Ave.
TUe forty-.thlrd anniversary of the
marriage of John B 5ue and wife was
cjltbraied by a pany of friends who
drot.ned in upon them at their home on
First avenue on Monday evening. E.B.
McKown on the part of the gues s pre
sented the happy couple with a hand
some ch tir, and the evening was spent
ia p'easan' sociability.
Mra. E E. i'armenter gV3 an after
noon recejti-'n to her friends at ber
pleasant home on Second avenue jester
day. The interior of the home was ar
tia:icatiy adorned with floral decorations,
and Prof. Gr-ibbe's mandolin orchestra
discoursed delightful music for the occa
sion. A large number called during the
recep ion hours. Miss El'.en Olofl! assist
ing Km. Parmenter in reviving. Dainty
refrosbroen's were served and the rff.ir
was one of the most pleasant of the
opening of the society season.
John Appel was fined $5 tnl costs in
the police court this morning for intoxi
Owen J. Jordan was arrested yesterday
on a warrant sworn out before M-tgistrato
Wivill by Emily M. Young, cbargiog
him with having atttmpted a serious
crime. The complainant is a sister-in-law
ot Morris Chubbac who rents a house
from Mr. Jordan, and the case comes up
for hearing at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
A. P. McGutS, of Davenport, will ap
pear for the plaintiff, and Wi lUm Mc
Eniry for the defence.
William Simons was found in a box
car iu the C, B. & Q yards last ntgbt
with one of his feet smashed by some
lumber falling upon it. lie was making
his way to Clinton in a box car which
resulted in the accident.
Rjbcrt Nelson, a 14-yesr-old lad had
his left foot run over by a heavy wt.gon
last evening smashing it eo that it was
necessary for Dr. Sla who attended
him, to remove a nail.
Judge Smith ajurtud the
court this morning umil Nov. 14
The jury in the case of Treason vs.
Weaver, on trial in the circuit court, tf
ter being out all n'gbt, this morning re
turned a verdict of $400 for the plaintiff.
"I was deaf for a year, caused by ca
tarrh in the he.d, but was perfectly
cured bv Hood's Sarsaparilla." H.Uiik",
Rochester, N. Y.
. All pupils of Prof. M. Eberbard are
kiadly requested to attend the first lesson
on Thursday evening, the 20ib inst., at 7
p. m. in the Tri City Business college at
Davenport, Ryan block, 116 Brady street.
to arrange for the course.
FL0WEEY 0EAT0EY BUT NOL'OSIO.
The Speech at Harper's Theatre Last Even
tng-, 'What it Contained and Failed to
Contain, and the Torchlight Procession
that Preceded It The Great Effort of the
Campaign on the Part of the Local G. O.
The republicans bud the'r grand blow
out of the campaign last night, the re
publican marching ilubs of the three
cities joining in making a rather credit
able appearance to what has been pre
viously turned out at republican rallies
After forming up town the line of m-.rch
was taken down Second avenue where
thcte was a noticeable difference in the
crowds that lined the B'reeta when R gcr
Q Mills was in the city. There was
plenty of room last night, and the torch
bearers had no trouble in getting tbr ugh
the streets. At Uarper's theatre where
the speaking occurred, there was aUo
plenty of room, there being seats to sis re
at the beginning of the speechmaking
and a great meny more before it endei.
The meeting was called to order by C L
Wa'ker, who introduced Don W. U.
G st as chairman. The latter ratde a
few ri marks on the political fi'.u-ui n
and then introduced Dr. Calvin Trus-
dalp, who spoke at some length in an at
tempt to explain away the chargos m-vJe
aesiust a protective tariff like be Mc
K;nl-y ec'. II,- was followed t y the
ct.airm-n, Mr Gist, who made a few
more rt mirks, and a glee club sang
8 me campaign songs, if er which Mr.
Yates, the principal 'pssk-r. ws intro
duced. The yoorcar er-rvliMnan'
reputation n orator do-w
a number to hear bim and they prrhsp?
were satisfied, but those wLo went 'o
bear the usucs of the campaign dUcusscd
must certainly have been di -appointed, as
he cons-unit d nearly til hie time in eulo
gizing the past sets cf the republican
par:y. As an export nt of rhetOMcal ex
I ref sioo ar:d coi'ege oratr ry jourg Yates
was a derided succtts. but a ben it came
doD to dealing with the did stubborn
facs f the tat .CC ,s-u;-6. lie &s decidedly
not in it If the c&U-p- ign wss to be
conducted on flowery tl.o'i-nre and
praise of the illustrious state-men that
the nation has produc d, the young man
who speks laat night would be right in
bis elemcct, but people are thinking this
yi-ar, at-d go to near a speaker for tee
purpose of eu'ighte-nmuat and t hear the
opinions ef other thinking men.
It wus one of the test man iced pro
cessions evi r seen iu Kock Isl nC, tbtt
much must be said, ail of whch ii? highly
creditable to Marshal C. C. Carter.
Di k Yates is vi ry, very pretty, a d
very. very fl iwery.but he has the common
failing cf republican stump cratois this
year, lin scrupulously ev:.ac-s the l-ssue.
The young orator could not have in
sult! d the intelligence ot bis audience
more pointedly than when he begin 'o
qoute fr m Pick's boomerang as cootaiu
ing an argument in favor of the McKic
ley bill as a benfio.i-il measure.
Startling Leaders in this Department.
Many To blart the tall rolling with a vt-locitr that will
Of know no sops. we have e'ecided to cpea a sale in this
dep rtment beginning on Monday, whxh will be an
eye open r to the trade Camel's hair and na tura
m y o- l wi'9 and," pants and d aera for ledies,
children, in n and "bojs, in many qualities. Pare
wool Bv'srier, plain white and red mix-fd garments,
riblMOnd plain, union suits and single piece gar-nr-t
c s. !1 6ty! s, qnalitie-j aad prices to suit every
ttf-:e and pocketboc-k. Take the first train and bring
ycuf jockctb ok -itL jou, as je-u are sure to wactt
1720, 1722 an 3 1724 Second Aventia
P 8. Sev ral bar ains in jaik-ta and ree'ers hve jus", been unpacke .', anl
we cordiiily invre your inspection.
Special Sale of
BOOTS AND SHOES
AT THE CARSE & CO. STAND.
CATiSE A CO 8 OCR
rifch & Peters' Dongola Hand Turn ard Welt $4 50 $3.:5
" Dull toi g welts 4.5) 3.' 5
Dongolas M. d 3 50 2.50
" Mat kid top 4.50 2.0
" Straight g at 2.75 2.25
Stribley'e Dongola hand turn 4.00 3.25
Welt 1 3.50 3.00
" MS 3.00 2.25
CI- yes' . " Wei' 3.50 3.00
M. S. patent tip 3.00 2.25
French & Oal.'s Cordovan Hand Sewed 5.50 4 75
Calf Hand Sewe 5.50 4.75
By State Calf Welt 5.00 4.75
We Guarantee the above to be lower than ever before offered. Call at our
store and inspect our goods and prices; we have also a great many other bar
gains that we are now offering.
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
Fojl-Ron, the Snrri-d .Mountain of Japan.
All the moui.t.-:ias of Japsn are of un-
qTie-stiotird volenr-.k- origin, r.-ul l-'uji stnuils
where Hondo, ILc rutin l.shind, is liroa-:t .-1.
About twenty craters are still active
throughout the isl.atnls, but Fuji-san le
lonjs to the nmch greater ntimbi-r wliich
are now innttive. Its Inst emrrtion oc
curred in l'i(7, t o:-'! i::t; itr ior; than a
morth. As fur awny its Toki; sixty Kiik-s
northeast, tLe ashes fi!! l- a tltptii of
seven or ei-Iit u.el:es. wii!e on the To
kaido, twelve or fifteen miles southtast,
the accumulation w as 8ix feet. At this
time was formed Ilo-yei-san, a secondary
or parasitic cone on the southeast slope.
Tso other mountains in Japan reach
within 3,000 feet of the elevation of Fuji.
and it is therefore in prominent view from
an immense area, including thirteen prov
inces of the empire. Certain avenues in
Tokio are called Fuji-mi, or Fuji viewine
streets, and from all of them the f...
peak is a pWious spectacle. All winter !
long the summit of Fuji-sun is unap
proachable, and from November to July
snows reiu supreme. In the latter month.
however, when the trails up the nionuta'
slopes are laid bare, the ascent becomes
feasible, and remains so throughout the
summer and early autumn. Professor
Todd in Century.
Pure Table Caret
Ntrton' See'dling Claret
Sweet Catawba 1TS
Sweet Catawba IS S
Dry Catawba 18 8
Dry 'atawba 1836
Old Brotherhood Brandy
Old Cherry Brandy IfMW
Old Medicinal Port ... JStii
Old Sweet Delaware lst5
Ex. Old brocton l ort ....lsTi
Improvement for Sleeping Can.
We notice that an attempt is to be made
to ventilate sleeping cars. The method
outlined is simple and promises success,
bnt the most encouraging feature of the
scheme is that it should have occurred to
the sleeping car companies that their
coaches are not already perfect in construc
tion and management. Perhaps it may
now penetrate their minds that the same
covering is not equally pleasant for their
unfortunate patrons in the tropical nights
of niiusumrner and in the arctic nights of
midwinter. At present the "sleener" is
provided only with clammy linen sheets
and hcvy double blankets.
It would seem that in the prcvailinz
fashion of woolen clothing the companies
miyht think of furnishing a pair of light,
ioortiy woven blau&ets, one or both of
which could be nsed as occasion required.
Such a change, with a little pure air, would
make a ni&rht in a sleeping car a less hor
rible experience than it is now. New York
The est imated number of men and boys
in Fngbind constantly employed in fishing
during 191 was 33,044. with 9,011 occasion
Artesian wells were known at Thebes aa
long ago as the time of Tinierion, 2,000
years before the beginning of the Christian
Also, Old XXXXX Emerson Rye 79 in original qts.
T. H. THOMAS, Druggist.
We Copy after None.
ISF"A handsome Panel Picture with every $15 worth f g jodj
Our Prizes are Winners.
Ladies' fine Dong la Button $3X0 ehoe in this sale reduce
to $1.98. A. fine $2.50 shoe cut to $1 7d.
Infant ehoe9 28 cents.
0Pte qua'itie we will show you will cause you wonler, as they are very
FAMOUS SHOE STOSE,
108 W. 3d near Brady Davenport, Iowa.
Gk L. WYNES & CO.
Proprietor of the Brady Street
Ail k nda of Cat FloweiB conela&tly on hand.
Green Bcneee- Flower Store
One Mock north of Central Park, the lareeat i- i. Htariy Street. Davenport.-
New and Second Hand.
We vill 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.
Geo. -H. Kingsbury,
1703 Second avenue, Rock Ttland. Telei hoi.e 12 0
4f 2 Fifteenth street, Mollne.'
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