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TllK ARGUS, MONDAY, 1STOVEMBEK 7, 1892.
Both the method and results -when
i?yrup of Fijs ia taken ; it fe pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
goni.lv yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver mid Bowels, cleanse3 the sys
tem effectually, lilispels colds, head
aches and feversaiil cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptaMe to the stomach, prompt in
it? action and truly beneficial in its
elects, prepared oiUy from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
ninny excellent qualities commend it
to all and Lave niadc it the most
popular remedy knotyn.
iyrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and SI bottles by all loading drug
cists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. lo not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAb,
10WSVIUE. Kr. HEW YORK, N.V.
'TWAS A ROUSER.
The Coal Valley Meeting cn Sat
FIBEWOEKS AND ENTHUSIASM.
. B. KEIDY.
T. B, ISKLDY.
We now have iwuik- Crt-rfiMt bargain in!re d
estate which will net nil the wy frorfc 8 to 1-1 t'er
cen' or The investment It w1. be to'.ihe intdretd
of nn Tii s who have their run:-, ey placed at h e
rati f interest to nh ant! fum uatnti' nar-.'siiu.
l.'oom 4. IMiteliell A Lynde building, ground
eixc. ii rear or mik is. '.: x Ljnue psiik
The 7-room brick cot
tage situated on the cor
ner of Eleventh St., and
Fourth Ave. has all mod
ern conveniences; house
in best of repair. Only
a small cash payment re
quired; balance on long
time. Positively a great
For farther information Inquire of
GEORGE F. ROTH.
At Jackson & Buret's office
GRIFFIN & KEATING,
No. 1712 First Avp.,
Rock islanp, III,
Practical : : :
Oa Fitting i.rjd Gn'ra1 Jonhing.
A Large Crowd of llnnoi rals from This
City go Out to Help Celebrate A Ulg
ruradc ami alienuine llnnoi ralU' lem
oiiKtration The New City Hall IcdJ-
i, c-te:! SpeevheH 1- William MrKiiIry ami
I.owrie C. ltliidiiiK Coal Valley loe
Tue democracy of Coal V.lley in-
UiJuod in a grand demonstration on Sat
urd-iy r.iht that fitiiu;!y closed ihw cura
piii;n there. The meeting bad been well
;i"1v rtised und the n-s-iU whs indeed a
i:rnify,ni; cnj. A special triua
from this ci'y too ou: she- .a:ey.sni
cU.b with lite Pi,) company band. Htut a
!:in. number of eui huiastic advocates of
d mocia'ic prirelp t s also took advant
;; c i the r pprrmni'y to ii diilje in a
roij'ng Mnw out : t the .-!(.; of iho ooa
test. The f-iimf-rs fr- m the si.rrouD.lini
country w-re v '1 .ef,res. n tit ttod upon
the arrival of ;h train tfc-.-re the little
to a a was fount to i v f v 'iv ablnze with
brilliant iliun-iiuation S'ores and resi -dances
were all alow wish co'or-d lights
and ne-.rly '.very hou-e lu the to:i had
soni ) form of illumination in honor of
After arriving there, a line of march
was formed which was headed by about
40 young ladies mounted tome of whom
were from Rural and Bowling, Each
was bceoroicgly attired in a riding habit
of a bright color and these gaily dressed
youns ladie riding along; fciu'd t a re
splendent glare of fire works, made a
very pretty picture. At the side of each
lady was a mounted escort atid behind
tacm some 60 horsemen followed, making
over a hundred that were mounted. Next
came the Plow Company band which was
followed by the Stevenson club, 60
strong and behind this the Coal Vlley
Democratic wdub followed by a large
number of :emcc:ats frcm this city and
Coal Valley carrying torches. The pro
cession paraded the princip-il streets of
fie vii'tre and everywhere met wua en
thusiastic clivers .
At (lie Town Hall.
Af'.er the para-It; a Kr;e crowd assem
bled at the new Town hail, me occasion
proving the dedication of tbut handsome
btiiloiDC, which tias bet n buiit by the
town o Coal Valley at a cost of 3,50U.
At the rear end of the hall a sta:e bad
loen erected, whii.h was elaborately deo
ora'ed aiid draped with tbe national
colors. Tne stage was filled with repre
sentative democra's from that plcn nnd
the Virrounding country, the Stev, nso.i
Vlub being a'so proviled with seats ou
the ommodious stage The ball, though
a large one. was packed to the doors an,',
tbe meeting was called to or,1 r by Jocn
Barton, who srokea few words and then
introduced the first soeaker, William Mc
Eh'iy of this citv.
William lcKuiryft Atlilrekf..
He began his address by referring to
bis early boyhood, when he M il that it
was an unusual thing to see a largy po
litical meeting in a sma'l town, and con
trasted the diff.rence of trday. Tbe
speaker said it gave him pleasure f;: d
ducing WHgt-s, but if the men objaf t and
s iy 've demand of you a share of that
protection,' they civetbem the bullet and
the bayonet "
The Sham of Foreigner I aj ii:e the Tax
The soeaker sii.i that he felt almost
ashamed to be compelled so even mention
that the republican pirty was able to
make some people believe that tha man
across tie water paid the tariff Ux. He
felt 6ure, however, thst his audience fullv
understood the ful'y of Mih an argu
ment and he would not d veil on that
matter at any length. He gave a few il
lustrations tht the republicans are un
able to msnt ia the way of
an explanation, their statements being
based on theory and hu illustration
being from actual faots. Ho then f poke
o:i how the-e enormous tariff duties af
f .-ct the f-trenjr and o; tho viu promises
that are c iv. a him of building up a
hou:e market. In this connection he de
lined the position of the American far
mer selling h's pr.xluc s in the open mar
kets of tbe Wi.rld in direct c ra;v;titi(Vii
with the poorest paid labor in the wor d
and then go down ia'.o his pocket nd
contribute to the support of taiiff-fid
tnoimponts like thai of the Cirnegies at
Kfl'eet of Iulre ;resliamK l.etler.
Mr. iMcEairy next told of what effect
tbe "letter Judge Gresham had i ist writ-
n would have on the tbiuking men of
this nation. He tntctioned the hig'i es
teem in w hich that profound j irist has
been held for years nd how proud the
republican party would hive teen to
rally round his standard in 18S8. After
devoting a short time to a thorough diss
cussion of the scl ool issues. Mr.McEiiry
closed his address.
I.owrie C. lilaniline.
Chairman Barton next introduced h.C
Blanding, who, on account of the late
ness of the hour, made his remarks quite
brief. He said he felt it more than a
pleasure to be able to address t':e citi
zens of Coal Valley, as he often heard
his father speak of m-ny who resided
there that were friecds of his. He elu
loiz -d in glowing terms both tbe public
records and private lives of the two
great leaders of the democratic party.
and in answer to lh trumped-up charges
made against Mr. S tv.'nsi'.n in relation
to his being connec'ed fcith a conl coru
paby and not doling fuir.y wi'b the
miriers, he r ad a It '.t- r from tbe i resi
dent of the United iners Unions of the
United Stites in answtr 'oan inquiry of
the editor of tbe Labor Uui;.n of Boston
in regard ttj Mr. S;evt nson's treatment of
the rrinerst The ietier was a full vindi
cation of the vice rre.-:d r.tial candidate
showing that his company had aclcd the
fairest of any in the stt'e. Af;er this the
speaker ouilined briefly the points at is
sue between the two parties, ard said that
Grover Clevelard had demonstrated that
there was vet a great economic q osi oa
that must soon be set'.led. His remtrks.
like those of the first speaker were fre
quently broken by tumultuous cheering
tout seemed to fairly shake the b-diding.
M J. McEniry also mude a 3-ruinule
soeech, Peter Frey. the candidate for cir
cuit clerk also being on :he stage.
It was ons of the best
meetings o" tbe season an i the enthusi
asm displayed whs unbound 'd.
Candles and candle eli tdes
Cand'e ehaie holders
Linen and silk lamp phad- s -Fook
holders for them.
Tea tiays, all hz?3.
Five o'clock tea stands.
Q. M. Looslkt.
1W9 Sueund Ave.
etnfi-tejee to see so many ladies present,
arid while they th mselves could not
vote, jet they had ofieutimes ha.l much
influence with fathers and brothers. He
said he did not wish to abuse anyone t r
attack any mv,) f r that p-di'.ical belit f
he might entertain, as all had a perfect
right to his vi-.-ws, and they should le
respected whin a man was attemptihg to
fulfill his duties to his country aud his
M iker. Mr. M; E'liry then akd i se
p-esent to throw aside all pr jadiccs and
look at the i Bits entering into ttn: cam
paign from an entirely unbiased ptiiu: of
view and ask themselves if the demo
cratic party UiJ not hve decid-diy the
best of he argnnu-n'. IT-; then spoke of
the old cries that wt-re brought up by Mr.
Blaine er.d o'.Uets ia '84, d'-eUring 'hat
if a dr-m--critic resi luh' -vas rlecte-1
that, the retel d bt would ta oa'. Land tht
the negro would aiifi ! ou' in bondage.
heers for "! flan, I.
In speiiking of how Groyer C.evelaod
had shown such Ulse cries to oe the veri
est cons- cse the .speaker was interrupted
with prolonged cheering at thv first, rn n
tion of that leitler's niT,e. H-j said that.
President Cleve'acd's admiuistration bal
silenced all these cries forever, and la'.er
spoke of his fearless action ia sending bis
tariff messasre to ongress even against
he cdvioe of psrty lsadrs and bis un
paralleled act of sacr.fi ; in ? the presidency
for a conviction. Ia this connection be
spoke of Cleveland's decUrit.on that the
war tariff shoul i be reduced and the
money be left in the pockets of the peo
ple instead of beiug piled in tae tHe
treasury vaults of lh3 Uui'ei States.
a'n.McEiii'y then r.ivie wed the promises
that had year after year been made by
the re-ublican party and had never btcn
fulfilled and of its position to catch the 1 1
boriog man's vote- He spake of ho the
Fricks and Carnegies pretend to love the
workingman. and of their contributions
of hundreds of thousands of dollars to
foster protection and continued.
"But after the election when the smoke
has blown away they talk at once of re
A Waif From Across the Water Finds s
Good Home In Rock Island.
George McGee and wife, residing on
Fifteenth street, between Fifth and Fifth
and-a-half aveuues, were startled from
their slumber on Saturday citat about 10
o'clock by the loud ringing of their door
bell. Mr. MtGee arose and went to the
door but no one was in sight. He, bows
ever, saw a white but d e on tbe door
srep which he picked up and brought in
to the bouse, and upon examination
found that it contained a eleepiDg babe.
On the bundle was pinned a
note which re;td as follows.
" My father has left tne and my mother I
isn't able to s pport me. Dm't be
ashamed of me for my mother is of good
p-.rents. I was born in Scott county,
I iwa, on 0,:t. 14, 1802."
The facts were communicated to police
headquarters but nothing could be learsed
of t' e foundling. irs MeGt-e finally
said however, that, i' ti e liitleone was a
girl she would id ; t it ;nd this provint
to be the case, they to k it lo i tit i r home
anil ihi week will form tily adopt the ;ii
tie wiif It w is dres.-td in tine clothing
with some ex:ra apparei a. d ill htve a
good hoinewi'ii Mr aa i Mrs. McGee.
One day Nov. 7 Monday.
Am'rtw Hedberg ditd at tue home of
his son, Charles He.lberg, on Eighth
street at 5 o'cl-xk Friday morning, of
dropsy, aged 64 years. He was a native
of Sweden, au l caeie to this couniry in
1875. He is survived by five children
Mrs. Anna Youogren, of Minneapolis.
Mrs. Mary Sainuelsou, ot Kewanee. r.nd
Mrs. Amanda ODerg and Charles Hed
berg, of this city. Thj funersl occurred
from the home of his s.m at 2 o'clock
The 3 mouths'-oid infant son of Wylie
Morton and wife died at its parents'
home on Third avenue on Saturday
morning at 4 o'clock. The funeral oc
curred at 2 o'clock yeMer.i-y afternoon.
1 ha Advertising
Of Hood's Sarsapariila is always within
the bounds of reason because it is irue;
it alwa-s xppeals to the so er, common
sense of thinking people because it is
true; ai d it is always fuliv 'substantiated
by mdorscrccnts wiich, ic tl.e CancUl
world would be accepted without, a mo
meat's hvsitation .
All table oil clothe, best quality male, a 1 co'ors
and white, lie a yd.
On Ti- eday a.m. from 1" tiil 12 o'clock wc flstl
sell men's while and grey ou'ersh.rts at 7c each.
Wc intend keeping up the great f tir ia onr nndtr-
wear d purtmeut,
Wednesday, all day, white eh-.ktr (iiom---t) flan
nel ic a yard, (limit of 20 yiirds to one cus-tonit-r.f
We presume that in this departm lit tai. be
fonnd more ral genuine good ba jrali.p b- t'i in
flannels and cotton flannels tSsan to shuxwi any
where elce in this section.
AsKorKCKMBNT Wr .- T" I- .1 t Riiv?e our M-td ilr.t we
tiihbouy. the cclehn-.'
3noo LailLs' Fancy F.K&et Uandkerchlefs t
IV) dozn Ladies' 4. are silk, Initl 4l (beauiifallj
em'iroidered) H. S. hkN at 17c a piece for
Thnr-d -y and for Thursday only.) This will
Mi-ely be bireain Thursday all thro ijh the
On Frltla ail dy. larsri size, three-o,mrter.
pnre ln-'n nnpkitie, 91 a a-dnzen.
S-!' unlay fors'n.ton acd nntil 13 oVlock noon. will
?t'll fill yard wide floe arorn mtislin at 4ic and
but Uh'h a l h )vy hr iwn heetitig at SlJc till norm
in oiN. Ev.- y oiii r '.
tomer chonin hi own -1
pom-r pa criil:tr tinbjiit
you wni tiiiiid prenentei
1 ictnre mu-t bo protrct
bition h wtt'ii.
Wanted a, once Fxpt-
iv rcnrcd Prnf. K. R.
t i nil iairte.-. for ro her wet k v ;n r t -on f rnn .d pairtt-ar
i r ii t 'i.s ill 1m pr s- nt- d m on r i - Ti'U.hh free each ens
bj' rt from wm'I; Hiie.til1- tini- hi-l 'T -ti: :.t 1 ;r loTlie Trofe-ur
t - o: .! i i 1 1 nii n;- l n , I o i mV tu pi e l ' hir-le
t 1 A very -liL;iit i;!ir;'' w ii t"- njal for frMtnH, ai 1
.;:;!! r i ir "St ttcbM Vrvu'lii!,; - ml t id violmon exhl-
e'erkp wanted, in: le and frina e.
170. I"r22 fui'l 1724 Ave:,iH
AppTy flryt of we
Special trale of
BOOTS AND SHOES
AT THE CARSE & CO. STAND.
CARSE A CO S
Wright & Peters Poogola Hand Turn and Welt $ 4 50
' Dull d-ng welts 4.5J
Dongolas M. S 3 5l
Mat kid top 4.50
" Straight gat 2.75
Strihley'a Dongola hand turn 4.(K)
M S 3.
Cloyes' " Welt 3.5U
M. 8. patent tip......... 3.U0
French & Hall's Cordovan hand fewed ..
Calf hand sewetl
Bay State Calf A'elt
We Guajantee the above to tie b wer than ever before
...... 5 no
offered . Call
For a general faieilv ct'liariic we con
fidently rt-c nimend flo.ui's Pilis
Satnrdayit leetinp: of the I. adit- Relief
Society -rojjresw of the N" thle Work.
Tr.e second -nonihiy cueeting of the
Lidies Indus'rial R-iief society was
held at the residence of the prrgident,
Mrs. H. H Sudlow, on Saturd ty after
noon, a good attendance of members be
ing present and au uuutiil spirit oT in
terest iu the work was thown. Reports
were receired from the secretary and
ore-tsurer of the oigariiz ition, which are
very gratifying, showing that the society
h8 every assurance of a year lhat will
cxcei-d in usefulness any of the past
Mrs Sallow reported having received
ootid -ation from Mitchell -&, Lvnde thut
??134.07 had been placed in bank to the
ere fir. of the society waich are the pro
ceed! of the S:ierwood concert Much
irra rude was es pressed by the members
o th- sjci ty to tbe I idles who so kindiv
K nt their t ff rts iu securing this musical
treat which netted the society a neat sum
and p'tr'icularly to Mrs. H. C. Marshall
Not alone their financial rink, but untir
ing t II rts in making it a su xe-s aad
thir gereros:ty ia d nattng !he pro
cteds vli:ch will bj of incalculable beae
fi: to the society ia perf .)rtaiug its noble
Mr?. I X). B:;rgh. memViership solici
tor for the Second and Third ward-", re-po.-'-J
3: J new membets, and Mrs. W. A.
Paul for the sime district 16 pew ones
it the. Fourth ward Mrs. L. Simon re
ported 21 names; 51rs. Patterson 13 and
the Misses Amy Sweeney aad Hatlie
Jackson 10 new ones. From tht Fiiu
and Sixth wards Mrs. C. A Rose re
ported 14; Miss Carrie Mixler 23, and
Sb. George B yn;.on 24 new name. I
Thi- makes a tola!, o 157 mec-irs
to tne society, ana 5itJ4 in membership
fe-s was reported. The increase in
members is very gratifying, au I every
encouragement should be given the la
dies in the noble work in which they are
Tne following donations were reported
on Saturday: Coal Valley Mining Com
pany 200 bushels of coal; groceries, C. J
Long, . J. So miners and Bouier &
-A. 1 1 1 v i s e ri i e i :i t s
r"Virfic dnora Unnco
THUS SD AY, Nov. 10.
I p-srs na'ly rccfinmcnl thi-i a trac io.i s one
of the t ronc on ihe road.
VllAS. T. KINDT, Manager liurtis.
MR. RICHARD GOLDEN
we have u's a pre it n::.ny o'.Ler
slore and inspect our gooOs anil pr'ces
earns that we are now offering-
Successor to Carse & Co.. 1G22 Second Avenue.
EAD THIS !
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
OLD JlD PROUTY,
"o a3van-e in prices,
etor.-, or telephone No.
Seats at Thomas' drug
I -'.,niiyit!e Claret
I Pure -1 an!e Caret. ..... ..
Ziufandel c laret
I Norton's reetiltiig Claret.
1 Matieint. ..
. . . . 1?T6
; Sweet Catawba ISTti
I Sweet Catawba lS
I lry Catawba 1S76
! Dry t'atawba 18c 6
; Oid Ilrotherhond Brandy
tha tnerrv uranav iwt
Old Medicinal Port 1S
Oid Sweet Delaware ....Istift
Kx. Old Hrjcton I ort lt-T
pi'ces to , e-t from; rrho piy
4 cents to SI for that which
you con get ot 10c ot
G C iaylor'
T'o call your attention to a few fact?:
Vo .( (".': iiiht I iir'celt-ss the eye need pnod
Chre : imtri-r i-pt rtaetee are i: jur:oi;i, you
oliould I ot trut your eyesight to irrepou b!e
petldiere of ctn ap o.etucles.
H D. FOLSOM
is :i Practical Oprician. and wit! take pa;np to
pr perly fit your eye for eery detect of vision
a-i'l r!'1 irnarantee a jerfect tit iu every case.
ff Oil- prtrt ro lMiior"' tnA t 1 rv-. trwro - ClrfVcS ot TWft
If the lines in this diamond figure lo not
appear equally black in all the different
meridians, it indicates a defect cf eight
that causes nervous head-aehn and should
be corrected at once. Lyes tested fres.
H. 0. F0LS0M,
Jeweler and Optician.
Also. Old XXXXX Emerson Rye 79 in original qts.
T. H. THOMAS, Druggist.
We Copy after Non
55P"A handeom Panel Picture with every 15 worth of goods.
Our Prizes are Winners.
Laiies' fine Doagola Button 3.00 shoe in this sale reduce
to 1 9$. li:e 2.50 shoe cut to $1.73.
Infant slioe.- 28 cents.
J Tn- qnalit'es we
will i-tio-v von wit cause vou tv wonder,
as they are very
FAMOUS SHOE STOkE,
10S W. 3d near Brady Davenport, Iowa.
a. Li. vVYNEH & GO.
White Savon Lau dry Soap, 32
Remarque proof Etchings:
this week 90c. !
ricture iraming a
The largest and most com
plete line of stationery i
it it .
ana DianK doors in the
Closing out window
bars fur 62
j Toiler. Soaps, 2,
otlerad in the
3.4, 5, 8 and 10c
Tar soap this w'e't only 3c.
C'o'lit S PitiS , a ir z jf-.
FJowt-r l';s. j)!ui'4 ant decora
ted at lesvest prices.
Goo. B. Kingsbury,
,1703 1705 Second ave. ue. Rock Island, Telephone 1216,
402 Fifteenth street. Moline
Proprletoror of the Brady etreet
o ih: HS rT.
Ad k udii of Cut Flowers constantly or hand.
fireonHou- Flower cre-
0U KOCV noni of Central park. rt9 'ar ,t In K, . 301 Btady Btreet, Dlvenport, fa.
f J t. i.
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