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THE ABQTJg, SATURDAY, OCTOBEll 31. 1890.
Louis A. Schmidt, druggist.
Cralle ft Co reliable livery.
Vote for Jahos for circuit clerk.
Furs, fors. Bichter. Davennort.
Vote the entire democratic ticket.
The beBt broom Lee's Little Gem
Louii A. Schmidt's new drag store.
spare no lunch at the Club to
three votes for McEniry next
Smoked halibut 15 cents per pound
Ladies, attend Schneider's shoe
sale. Bead ad.
New maple sugar 10 cents per
pound at liorton's.
Dr. Merry man is the proper man
for coroner elect him.
Sauer krant and spare rib lunch at
the Club saloon tonight.
Vist the aew Seventh avenue drug
store of Louis A. Schmidt.
Ladies1 shoes worth f 5 and 5.50
going at 12.50 at Schneider's.
Postmaster J. F. McNabney, of
Hampton, was in the city today.
Charles Buford would make a
model state's attorney elect him.
Clearance sale of certain lines of
ladies' shoes Bead Schneidei's ad.
Don't forget to reserve your sest
for Tuesday night at the Y. M. C. A.
John Silvif. who is attending col
lege at Iowa City, has come home to
Jolly Tar. Scout, Palm Leaf, and
News Boy tobacco 25 cents a pound
Capt. Heap, of Kewanee, and C.
A. Barnard, of Moline, speak in
Now is the time to bring your fur
and cloak repairing to T. Bichter &
When ordering oarriages remem
ber Cralle & Co. Careful drivers and
Charcoal, hard and soft coal, coke,
hard wood and kindling at Mc
Supervisors J. G. Britton, of Anda
lusia, and J. A. Wilson, of Bural.
were in the city yesterday.
Did you see the fine and complete
line of furs and cloaks that T. Bich
ter & Son, Davenport, are offering?
The Club saloon has not discontin
ued its Saturday evening lunches.
Come and eet some enure ribs to
Election day, Tuesday, Nov. 3.
Every democrat in the county should
tarn out and vote. Remember the polls
pen at 7 a. m. an close at 5 p. m.
Balph Prcscot:e, a well known Mi
lan character, was arrested today by
Bailiff Olmstead on an indictment re
turned against him at the September
term of court.
An address on the consequences of
drink and gambling, illustrated by
the stereopticon, will be heard at to
morrow afternoon's men's meeting
at tho Y. M. C. A.
The funeral of Mrs. Anne Tebin will
take place from the residence. 1002
Fifth avenue, at 2 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon, services to be conducted
at Sk) Joseph's church.
Messrs. C. F. Lynde and Thomas
Laflin have returned from their
hunting trip to Lake Park with
abundant evidence of the fact that
they located the game.
Louis A. Schmidt has moved into
his drug store, in the new Bosenfield
block on Seventh avenue and Seven
teenth street, and is now open to the
public with a tine and select line of
drugs and novelties.
Bryan's "Cross of Gold" speech
and McKinley's Canton addresses
can be heard in the finest phonograph
in the world tomorrow and until
after election at the Harper house
drug store. Don't fail to hear them.
Blanche, the little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Mosenfelder. 808 Twen
tieth street, who was operated on by
Drs. Craig, Carter and Bernhardi, of
this city, and Dr. Hill, of Davenport,
nicelyPPendiCltiS' i9 geUinS alng
The Central District Telephone
company will display the election re
turns, which it will receive from all
parts of the sountry over its lone
distance wires, in Allen, Myers &
Co. ,s windows Tucs.lay evening as
fast as they come in.
Judges and clerks of election at every
precinct thould maks u a point this
year to see that the election returns are
sent to the newspapers before adjoura-
IS, p3Sl lectlcn IHcers have
thoughtlessly returned the bous with
out making a copy. The public, it
should be remembered, is iuteresied
more than ever this year. an(J ,lection
officers should tike pains to oblige tha
public as far as it is in their power.
The firm !of Lange & Heiteman
who conduct the Greenbnsh grocery
tfllhest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Oram of Tartar Powder. Fret
ieia Ananessi, Alum or anv c&er aid taint
40.YIAKS THE STANDARD.
at Twenty-seventh street and Sev
enth avenue, have determined to
hereafter run their business on
cash basis. To that eod they have
a statement on page seven of tbla
evening'a Issue quoting cash prices
and showing the advantages oi buy
ing in that way. They are a live
enterprising firm and 'deserving of
James O'Connor bas received from
John J. Malone. who attended the
grand lodge meeting of the Knights
a . -
oi rjiama as a representative irom
Chicago, one of the badges worn by
the Tammanyites at the national
democratic convention. Jim prizes
it very highly. It was the only
memento Malone had of the famous
.New York organization, butheDrom
ised it to his Bock Island friend, and
ne kept his word
GLECKNER'S LITTLE ONE8
Living at a Poverty uickea Hoaia la
Dm vwt) port.
The little erohan children of j.-thn
Gleckner. Who'met death at tha Rnrfc
Island bridge Sonday, Oct. 11, are
kiu mating meir nome witn Mrs.
Spragne, of Davenport, with whom
their father had boarded. Thar
three little ones all boys aged re
spectively o, o ana ? years. Some
DavenDort folks bava i
themselves in behalf of the children
ana bad a Mr. McDonald appointed
by the court as their guardian, the
Obi' ct be in fi. so Gen. Sunt. Millilran
of the Pbreaix Bridge company sup-
puses, io institute suit against the
"Knowioc Gleckner well and alan
being? aware of hi rtoor iinnm.
stance at the time of his death, I
looked after the cnildren and did
What I COUld to hell, ihm alnnn-.
said Gen. Supt. Milliken. "I visited
the children the other day and
brought them some fruit and candy.
The woman with whom they are liv
ing, to judge from the air of poverty
which pervades her dingy little
quarters, is unable to-care for them.
i . .
i uave ueeu iryicg to nave mem
placed in the Orphans' hame, but
people who have lately become In
terested in their welfare objected."
Mr. Milliken said hn nnnnpil tha
idea is to sue the bridge company,
which is protected by insurance in
cases of this kind.
Tha Election Returns.
The bi? Western Entertainment
company's tent has been removed to
Second avenue and Sixteenth street,
which will be thrown ODen to tha
general public Tuesday evening.
where all can hear the election re
turns with comfort. It will be wall
heated and lighted, and one of the
best stereopticons available will
throw the election returns on a large
canvas large enoueh to be aeen bv
all. Samuel Arndt will serve lunch,
and everything will be done to make
it a convenient resort for the general
public. Au admission of lt cents
will be Charged with an additional
charge of 15 cents for seats on the
stage. The admission allows all to
go and come at pleasure.
Comra to Kock Itlaad.
C. B. Marshall returned thia
morning from Freeport, where he at
tended the opening of the Northern
Illinois Teachers' association con.
vention. Mr. Marshall said he had
no doubt the next convention would
meet in Bock Island. .
The following di snatch rewired
St THE ArOCR office, thia aflornnnn
shows that the Bock Island delega-
a; . . "
Freeport. 111.. Oct 31 rsnecial tn
The Argus The April meeting of
mo iiorwero Illinois xeacners as
sociation will be held in Bock Island.
W. N. Halsky.
Imbued With tha I ale Spirit.
William McEnirv Books at ftaloa.
burg last nitrht on the occasion nf a
monster democratic mass meeting.
uv ouuiq ui wo ivnox college Doys
attempted to emulate the example of
. 1 V 1 . J . . . r
mo iaie siuuems, oy attempting to
break up the parade but the silver
men retaliated and refused to aimw
the procession to be diatnrheil
The consequence was that there were
a number of battered faces, and the
claret was drawn off the brain of
some of the disturbers, anil tha
fresh boys from the college learned
a iew impressive lessons that they
win uuii soon lorgei.
Cblcajte hi stare.
Chairman W. B. Moore, nf tha
democratic county committee, re
ceived a dispatch from W. H. Hin
richsen, chairman of the state cen
tral committee, this afternoon in
which he said: "Wee inert to rr.
ry Chicago. Let the country districts
do their best."
Herrick, 111., Oct. 17, 1896. -I
was troubled with nervous prostra
tion. I tried two physicians without
receiving much benefit, and then I
began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and
it has entirely cared me. I recom
mend Hood's Sarsaparilla to every,
one troubled in this way."
Hood's Pills are the best after-din-ner
pills, assist digestion, prevent
Will be received until 2 o'clock p. m.
Thursday. November 6. 1896. to
plaster the building of the Illinois
estern Hospital for the Insane, at
which time said proposals will be
opened at the Harper house in Rock
Island. HI., jB he presence of the
trustees of said hospital, and at many
bidders as may be present.
Plans and specifications on file at
the hospital grounds and at tte office
of T. J. Medill. Jr.. Bock Island, II'.
T. J. Uediix. Jr.. I
W. SHELPOa GeXX, Tle-
Aith a better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phvs-
, i ii ... ... .
icai uis, wnicn vanisn Deiore proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasantefforta
rightly directed. There ia comfort in
the knowledge, that so many forms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, bat simp4y to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative, byrnpof Figs, prompt
ly removes. That is whv it is the only
remedy with millions of families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
effects ace due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficial effects, to note when yon pur
chase, that yon have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
If in the enjoyment of good health,
and the system is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
one should have the best, and with the
well-informed -everywhere. Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives most general satisfaction.
Grand Special Sale.
Come and get the choic
special : : :
Line of Ladies Fine
Shoes, button and lace.
All widths We hare
added a line of Ladies
$3 oo Boots. Also our
Kangaroo Calf High
School Shoe, all for
$2.50. They equal any
$3 00 shoes in the city.
Get one of those beautiful
pictures FREE, if you have
1717 Second Avenue.
I HESS is.
MONARCH OF THE
Hard Coal Das
Smooth Castings, Perfect Mount
ings, Elegant Trimmings, with
more good points than any
CALL AND SEE THEM.
M1S-H17 - SECOND AVENUE.
CITHER Fried. Panned.
Stewed, Raw or served
in any style yon may wish
at KRELL MATH'S would
tempt an Anchorite. When
yon want to give yonr
sweetheart or wife an ex
quisite , treat, take her to
their fine store and she can
take her choice from more
concentrated delicacies than
you can find in the city.
THOSE remarks and those
1 expressive gestures of
approval which we notice at
our cake and pastry counter
convinces ns that our Bakery
Goods are ji st bigiit.
KRELL S MATH
Give yon a whole loaf of sat.
Isfactioa when you buy their
Bread, besides it weighs
three ouneet more than any
other bakers at the same
Phone 11M. 171C-171S Second Ave.
Fresh Oysteis by the Can.
IN EVER AS PRETTY
That distinguishes It from all other makes and which merit alone can produce. Parents who take pride la
seeing their boys look neat and natty, should, by all means, visit our boys' department.
And they are decidedly the sweetest, cutest, latest and handsomest we have ever shown. If you are looVlr g
lor a little better article at a less price than you expected to pay, by all meant vis t
Sole agents for Dugan & Hudson's Iron Clad Boys' Shoes The best shoe on
earth, and a guarantee with every pair.
Headquarters for Fine Clothing and Shoes
Fall Suits or Overcoats.
Our lice Is complete In every particular and our reputation
for good work stands as a guarantee. Drop in at your pleasure
and Inspect stock. Not necessary to buy, but necessary to
see to appreciate.
ALWAYS THE MOST FOI THE MONEY.
200 Different Styles
- TI1I3 F.LIUJAXT
S COBLER SEAT
NEVER AS LOW IN PRICE.
Besides there Is something In the touch, finish and style of
Is the question that Is being discussed by all political parties
at the present time. Republicans want gold. Democrats want
silver. We want your trade and will take either gold or silver
in exchange for one of our fine
WF MAW I VT CTOrtf mrrn ar
LEADERS 1ST FURNITURE.
Twice as many ss any
other store In the dry
to select from, and
we guarantee the
FIMtlf Sia nil er
- - . v aw w
FROM 1. 9 IT TO
Itcd Room Salteft
FROM flZ.00 IT TO
Over $09 Different Tat-
terns from lto per jar4
ptefrto rr yard. K
AS HANV STYLES.
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