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THJfl A11GUS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBEll 12, 1892.
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acta
cently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Fig9 13 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
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy know n.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and 1 bottles by all lea-ling drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Io not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAH FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE, Kr. NEW YORK. N.V.
J. E. ,1DY.
We now htvf j me fir t-olas tmiviiin- iri re 1
e-t;tu Wf-it h wiii i:rt nil the w y front & to l-i pi r
Ct ui mi iht- iiivi-snnrvl II vi), be to the i.iterust
of m t who hiivc iru r ni'.ney iacrd at a ley
rule of :n:erer :n , al- trui eXiiiTrce trie.-, arvatn
J.'ixmi 4. Viuh' l) c I.yrUe tmiUllug, ground
floo". in rearot V In hi i A Lynn? tmtil;.
The 7-room brick cot
tage situated on ihe cor
ner of Eleventh St., and
Fourth Ave. has all mod
ern conveniences; hous
in best of repair. Only
a small cash payment re
quired; balance on loir
time. Positively a great
For further information Inquire of
GEORGE F. ROTH,
At Jackson Jfc Hurt t' office-
W. B. GRIFFin,
Si:cc es?or to
GRIFFIN & KEATING,
No. 1712 First Ave.,
Bock Island, Ili,,
Pbactioal : : :
Gas Fittine and (jvoeral Jobbing.
Candles and candle shades
Candle shade holders.
Linen and silk lamp shade s
Hook holders for thern.
Tea trays, all eizes.
Five o'clock tea stands.
G. M. Looslbt.
Crsekerr 8 tore,
JM Bccoud Ave.
TO BE RATIFIED.
Wednesday Night We'll Cele
brate the Big .Victory.
WILL BE A MEMOBABLE EVENT.
A Heetlue Hold and Commit tee Appoint
ed to Take the Matter In Charge-Every
Effort Win be Made to Make it a Grand
KuocasK Fire Works, Band and Rod
U(fht to be the Order of the Eve-, ng
A Parade and iienerei Demonstration.
There was a well attended meeting of
representative democrats at Turner ball
last evening for the purpose of making
arrangements for a suitable ratification
of the grand victory lor democracy. T.
S. Silvia was chosen as chairman of the
maeiing, and L.C. Blanding as secretary.
After the oDjects of the meeting had
been stated it was on motion decided that
the chair appoint a committee of five to
retire arid Eecct committees to look after
the demonstration and make it a rousicg
success. Tne chair accordingly ap
puiuttd Al l. Dn Ccken. J. W. PuUer.
George Brown.-, E Winter and A. D.
Hie-Mcx e.s cacn committee. The sub-1
jct of wnutmr rt not speaking should
be included m the L,rr,fern.ine was then
discussed at somu length and it was
finally decided to have no speaking but
lu devote the whole evening to the par
ade and demonstration.
M'ediiOHiluy Xit;ht the Time.
WeJnesuaj Light Wft. Utci.ieU upon a
tlie .uost convenient and best tirui: for
tie dtmoustraliOD, aid an ffort will oe
made to m-.ke it a county affair ni.il Live
all surrounding towns purcicipite. Afer
j-b iaformul ttlk at seme lenih by those
(.resect in, which it .wms tu -est", d that
every democrat asbist individually in
miking the event a memorable one, the
"committee that had retir-d reported ti e
following committees, who will have the
all iir in charge:
j.nin uniweiler A D HucsinEr
K.-Uolph fceaweese j c Bn iges
U.COl!ATIOf,s AN 1 1 11.LU1 INATIOSS.
J il Kufoid j w p0t.er
J W W elch
f. M Buford B Winter
11 bn--K Waiter Dauber
L C U'and.ng
Maj H O Connelly V 1 RlBnolne
f . L""1, Jr James Price
J k John-ton Arthur Burrall
JolinAo.k li'ii o. rken
feorce amnnt c WXi'u
George Browner Uenry U'hce!an
I'ayinj the Mi;er.
There was a large cr.iwd of people
turned out last night to see the election
bet that was paid by Russell Hampton in
.hoeliDg Ed. Henry from Twentieth
street to Ninth street. The Stivenson
club in uniform turned out and wiih
H'euer's bcd escorted them down Sec
oud avenue. The wheelbarrow was
handsomely decoraud, and Russfll
Hsmpton, who lost the bet. carried out
his proinisa in a commendable manner.
Qe was dressed in his Flambeau regalia
;:nd indeed received s much apy'au e
almost a9 did the winner of the bet. The
procession, was followed;by a Urge crowd
and after finishing at Ninth street came
up Third avenue, where George Henry
wheeled Ferdinand Grass up town and
tii wn aain on a bet on a" msjoriry.
Si veral other events of a similar kind
occurred in different parts of town.
Tonight Moline will mve vent to its
enthusiasm over the triumph of demoe
r scy in tLe way' of a demonstration.
Speeches will be made at the Auditor
ium and there will slso be a street pa
rade. Many from Reck Isbnd will no
doubt go tip and contribute to the jubi
lee. The democrats of Davenport have
their celebration at Davtnport Monday
night. It ill be a howler.
Let ail Ileiuoeratx Turn Out.
The democrats of this city and the
county generally iind surrounaing coun
try are invited to turn out on next Wed
nehday evening, at which time a grand
ratification and democratic demontra'ion
and j'jbilee will be held in celebration of
our great victories.
All marching clubs and democrats gen
erally are requested to participate in the
parade, and business houses mq 1 resis
dences alonz the line of march and
throughout the city are inyited to decor
ate and illuminate in honor f the occa
sion. T. 8 Pilvis,
L C. Blanding,
AU democratic clubs are requested to
participate in the celebration at Daven
port Monday evening
A Lout Opportunity.
Dornr me,' sighed a Fnnt street re
publican, "if I bad only known what the
wild waves were scy.ng last Tuesday
when I looked over the river into Illi
nois, what a sack of money I would have
nowl" Davenport Democrat.
T. M. C. A. Maw Meeting
There will be a general meeting at the
Central Presbyterian church tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o'c ock, conducted by
the Y. M. C. A. Subject "A World
Wide Work." Short Addresses. All are
"The weakest must go to the wall,"
Salvation Oil, the best of liniments, is
bound to outstrip all competitors. It is
good and cheap. 25ots.
TRACK AND TRAIN.
Note of N'ew Aboat the City's Railroad
Aboat every so often there is talk
among railroad men of the G., R. I. &
P. of taking the switch yards away from
this city and moving them east along the
road as far perhaps, as Geneseo. Now
again comes that same rumor, but this
time no definite location is given for the
yarn only that they will be moved fur
ther east. Thsre is no doubt whatever
that the company is cramp -d tor room
here, this tact being noticeable whenever
there is a rush in f eigat traffic the
y irds being blacked so that trains get in
and out with much difficulty. While all
are of the opinion that the company
would be better pleased with more room
a great many practical railroad men are
of the opiBioa that it would not do at all
for the company to remove its s . itcU
yards back any number of miles from this
point. Then -.gain the ne.v yards thai
hive boeu buih in Est Aloiine are of
considerable relief to the overcrowded
yudshtre, bs ;1.: ugh cars are set in
there, which saves taat ro'jrn ( n :he
tracks here. I id understood that one
of the recent visits f tae officials here
was in reiaCioa to more yard nutn, vnd
it would not be surtrtsin to h3ir of
another land de d in the est end of town
in connection therewith.
Teems of the Komautic.
Fred Emmons, tiie well kaon operai
tor at the C..R.I.& P.deput, mention of
wh.ise marriage was made' in The Ahgus
l:wt eveuiug, lias reiurned from St.
Joseph, Mo., wiiere he was unit' d in
marriage with Miss Avis Brandon. The
marriage, while somewhat of a surprise
to his friends, was also quite romantic.
While Mr Emmons was returning from
a trip to Denrer last spring he and Miss
Brandon accidentally met on the train,
she being on her wey home to Topeka,
Kas. , from California, where she was at
tendin? school, A mutual admiration
sprang up which ripened into iove and
aa engagement followed. Then came a
little objctioa from the parental home
at Topoka. The parents of the young
lady wert desirous that she should finish
her course at school and then aa elope
roent was planned. In this the young
peop'.e were discovered, and then cams a
message Irom Mr. Brandon, that if Mr
Emm.-ns would consent to Miss Brand.m
finishing her year at school no fur'tur
objection would ba made. ThU was
agreed upon and the wedding followed,
Mrs. Emmons returning to school in
California, where she will remain during
the winter, and in the spring she will
join her husband here and they will make
this their home
Along the Line
Roadmaster Baker, of the C.R UP.
was in the citv yesterday on busimsj a
W. C. Shoemaker traveling passenger
agent of the Bdl'imora & Ohio was a vis
itor at the different depots in the city
Conductors Cook acd Shuey of the
xowa division of the Rock Island are
now running into tb.8 city on the Stuart,
Operator Ri-gs of Geneseo has been
workiig the key at the Rock Island, dur
ing the absence of Operator Emmons.
Conductor Tom Fuller of the C, M.
& Si. P. who has b?en off bis run about
two weeks, will be back ugain oh Mon
day. Ed Terry the popular S'. Louis pes
senger conductor, on the C , B & Q , is
lnying off and Conductor Heffuer is run
ning his train during his absence.
A new ordiir issued on the C , R. I. &
P. designates Dec. 1, as the time when
all freight runs will ba between Blue Isl
and and Rock Island.
Henry Aixes of Clinton, Iowa, an en
gineer on the C. & N ., is in the city
visi ing with relatives and friends.
A F. Brown larid agent of the Union
Pacific was in Rock Island yesterday
transacting business in the iuierest. o
his company here.
TneJ.S.E. has finally made up its
miud to go through GfJt suurg and it's
now time for Rock Island to see about
the terminus of the line.
Freight truffle on all the roads is yery
fair at present and passenger business is
Alex Post formerly an engineer on the
C R. I. & P,, but who is now lunniug
in Tex-.s. is visiting old friends and ac
Oae Fare to Uecatar lULaoia and Ketara.
On account of the Illinois Stale Chris
tion Endeavor Union, Nov. 17 20 '92,
will be made by the Kock Island &
Pe ria Railway. Rate for round trip
$5 09 Good connections via this route
leavs Rock Islacd 8:05 a. m., 8:20 p. m.
Arrive, Decatur 2:45 p. m.. 10:15 p. m.,
respectively. Depot foot of 30ib street!
Rock Island. 111.
We wish to call the attention of our
readers to the advertisement ot the De
Sanchit Treatment of rupture.
This is a methrd of cure which has
be endev loped and j,reftc'.cd after alo'g
series of experiments by men of standing
and large experience in the medical pro
fession. It is their purpose to keep the
cure within the ranks of regular qualified
This is why they associate themselves
in each city with some physician already
established in thefommunity.
in this way those affected will be as
sured of being treated in an honorable
way with every prospect of cure.
The Official Returns from the
THE VOTE OF EACH CANDIDATE.
The Totals in Roek Island and Henry
Coanties Tiaton'i Insignificant Showing
Some Other Interesting Figures the
Oatgrowth of the election The Vete on
The complete effl ial returns from the
Twenty-first senatorial district are given
below. Comparison of the vote of the
different candidates will be interesting,
as showing the splended run made by J .
H. Mulligan, the democratic nominee, and
the insignificant showing of George W.
Vinton, the bolting candidate, who has
apparently discovered from the face of
the returcs that there is not the crying
demand for him in the Twenty-first dis
trict thit his spirit ot self adoration had
led btm to Imagine. Here is the official
otk Islniid inrjiii
Henry i 7011
874 8JU4 514 17.1S
l)14-i filTl : ouiiUMI 447
Other Figure From the Returns.
The v ic on the two propositions sub
mitted to the people show tbatboth car
riid, the3-mill tax in thecouuty by 1,676
to 732 against, and the one giving the
legislature the right to alter the cons'itu
tioi twice in one seacion by a vote of
1,62! u, 514.
Seventy women in the entire countv
voted for university trustees. The ap
por'ioument of this vote was shown to
oe as iouows: i-or the prohibition can
didates. 67:the DeoirteV 2.t
1. The dt-mocr'it; earj(luii!i?8 were not
nonoreil .y a vote irom ths fair yoters.
Since the earliest history of the natives
of Africa they hfive been conceded to be
the most comical combination of wit
comicality and song of sny discovered
cation; but to discover white-facpd r-.ime-
dians capable of impersonating these
curious peepie in w r.l, action and soDg
bis been an achievement h.,ril in ro.l
Thai such men can lie found houeh hie
been proven by Col. J. II liav. rly, who
succeeded in fortninL' s:i-.ti a comninv
of Kentk'mrn soni,- 12 vers arm nn-l ih.t
the public are. i,l,;ascd with his choice is
evinced by the )ar ' buisinens h, h
done w'uh the or jr iz ition both in this
country and ic Europe. Tne people of
Kock Island are to hive an opportunity
of wi:nessing this grat company of ar
tists at tne uarpt r theatre on Mond&j
nicni. AmoDg the noteworthy feature
of Hiverly's Mam;noth Mastoi&n Min
strejs is the regular appearance of the
tiroe-honorerj favorite, Bdly Rsce, one of
me prominent men ncforc the America
puhnc today, mos: ably seconded by E.
M Hall, and assisted by Harry Constan
tine, A. M. Tnvclier, Arthur Yuie,
George Evins, Fred Boudell, Btnks.
Winter, Bogart and O'Brien. D -Imore
and Wilson, and SO others Col. Uver
ly has looked to it that his orgzition
shall not luck for specialties. Kisse.ll's"
great military musket marceuver are
without doubt the most marvelous feats
of skj'l in the handling of muekeiry tvtr
pieces to select from; who pay
4to cents to $1 for that which
you con get ot 10c ot
C. C, Taylor's
1717 Second Avenue.
To call your attention to a few facts:
Your evesiKht is priceless the eyes need rood
care ; improper spectacles are injurious, you
should rot trust your eyerigiit to irresponsible
peddiers of cheap spectacles.
H D. FOLSOM
is a Practical Optician, and will take pains to
pr perly fit your eye for every defect of vision
and will guarantee a perfect fit in every case.
Ml I .,a (1MMM. M, mam Mi H.
- If the lines in this diamond figure !o not
appear equally black in ail the different
meridians, ifc indirnfM a Aof. r,f o,'V.f
that causes nervous head-ache snd should
ae correctea at once. 1 yes tested free.
H. D. FOLSOM,
Jeweler and Optician.
Peoria Cook and Ranges,
Tinware And Housk Fuknishing Qror.
1612 SECOND AVENUE,
ROCK IgLAMD. ILL.
Special Sale of
BOOTS AND SHOES
AT THF- CARSE & CO. STAND.
CAI SE & CO t-VK
P.: ICE Pi(IC.
Wright & Peters' Dongola Hand Turn and
' l)Jll dong welts 4..J') -i. 5
Done-das M. S : 5D 2.5
' Matkidtcp' 4.V 2. 0
Straight g'ia 7 2 15
Stribley's Dongola band turn -l .xi 3.25
" ' Welt 3 u ;! m
M S 3.D i.3f
Cloyes' Welt ti.'i.i 3OC
Bi, 3. patent tip. :) ni 2.36
French & Hall's Cordovan hand sened 5 SO t 75
" Calf hand sewed 5 . r 4 75
Bay State Calf Welt 0 0' I 4 75
We G iaaantee the ftbov to 'if !i-wr hb ever before offered t' .li ' i sr
store and inspect our go)il3 m! pricet: we Lave 'so a great ma."j '.: Sir
gains that we are now offering.
Successor to Cars--e & Co.. 1622 Second Avne
Upon the solicitation of a number of our !e;.di v
Physicians we have secured the agency tor ihe 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 'I able Caret
Norton's Seedling Claret
Tokay .. l!?e
Also. Old XXXXX Emerson Rye 79 in original qts.
T. H. THOMAS, Druggist.
We Gopy after None.
t5FA handsome Panel Picture with every $15 worth of godi.
ABSOLUTELY FREE !
Our Prizes are Winners.
Lalies' fine Dougola Button 3.C0 shoe in this sale reduce
to $1 98. L line 2.50 shoe cut to $1.78.
Infant shoes 28 cents.
0The qualities we will show you will cause yon to wonder, as they ar - verr
FAMOUS SHOE STORE.
108 W. 3d near Brady Davenport, Iowa.
Gr. L. vV YN" ES &; CO.
Remarque proof Etchings
this week 90c.
Picture framing a spec
ialty. The largest and most com
. plete line of stationery
and blank books in the
Closing out window
,1703, 1705 Second avenue,
- Proprieloror of the Erady street
IRI 0 S IB IES "V
AH kinds of Cat Flowers constantly on hand.
Greec Boo.- Flower Store-
On. ! n.t i of Centiil park, tUe 'ara ; In Io a. 301 Braj- itr at, DaT.Mrt, la.
BERTLL E l
if -1 ? '-5 :s. . x . a -.v." ZJl
Welt 4 5!t
Old Brotherhood Brandy
Oid Cherry Brandy
Did Medicinal Port
Old Sweet .Delaware
Kx. Old lirocton Port
. . ter;:
White Savon Laundry Soap, 32
bars for 62c. This is the best
bargain ever offerad in th
Toilet Soaps, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8 and lOt
Tar soap this week only 3c.
Clothes Pins lc a dozen.
FJower Pots, plain and decora
ted at lewest priceg.
Rock Island, Telephone 1218,