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THE ARQTJg, SAT CRD AY, NOVEMBER 7, 1090.
Cralle & Co reliable livery.
Buy a borne of Reidy Bros.
Tbe best broom Lee's Little Gem.
Quickest and best Aegcs wants.
Remember the want column and
read it nightly.
Perfume five cents an ounce at
Young & McCombs' this evening.
There is nothing like The Argcs
want ads for bringing good results.
Charles Bleuer, manaerer ef Har
per's theatre, is laid np with ery
sipelas. Ladies1 calico wrappers, the 11
value, only 43 cents at Young & Mc
When ordering carriages remem
ber Cralle & Co. Careful drivers and
Bay your lanterns and bunting,
borne, roosters and crickets today at
Young & McCombs'.
Trumpets, trumpets, trumpets.
Stop at Allen, Myers & Co's. and get
a supply for tonight.
Cup and saucers six cups and six
saucer for today only 19 cents at
Young & McCombs'.
If you want to help celebrate to
night stop at Allen; Myers & Co's.
and gel your trumpets.
Ladies' silk plush cape, French
seal, trimmed, silk lined, today only
tl.90 at Young & McCombs'.
New store, new furniture, prices
lower tban the lowest. Call and see.
Spicer, 330 Harrison street, Daven
port. Gentlemen's all wool fleeced lined
shirts and drawers, 1 quality only
5S cents tonight at Young & Mc
Combs'. Saloon licenses have been renewed
by Morn Nelson, Kay Bros., B. See
burger, T. Van Hecke, and Henry
Tbe ladies of the Central Presby
terian church gave a pleasant and
successful social at the church par
lors last evening, which netted them
At Y. M. C. A. hall tomorrow at
3:00 p. ni. 'Lessons From the Late
Political Campaign" will be the sub
ject of an address by Rev. W. S.
Logan Trent, of Cordova, was in
in the city today to obtain a teacher's
certificate from County Supt. of
Schools McKeever. Mr. Trent has
been assigned to a school in Cordova
On account of the republican dem
onstration this eveniDg the curtain
at the theatre will not rise until 8:45.
Tomorrow evening will close the two
weeks' engagement of the Van Dyke
& Eaton company.
Health Commissioner E. M. Sals
gives notice that the garbage wagons
will discontinue their rounds next
, Tuesday, and that thereafter people
' are admonished to burn or otherwise
eispose of the garbage during the
C. P. Stockhouse and Oscar
Schmid leave tonight for South Bend,
Ind., Whence they go to Lafayette.
where they oflici&te as ushers at the
wedding of John Studebaker and
M iss Lillian Kuth Lingle, which oc
Mrs. deorge W. Cash and Miss
llpii Wee will start a school of art
leedle work at 009 Twentieth street
ov. 9. They will teach Battea
lerg, embroidery and all kinds of
r'rawn work as well as laces. For
ftrther particulars call.
Supervisor Henry Kinner and Mrs,
Sandy Wadsworth, of Bowling town
shiphave gone to Woodbine, Harri
son county. Iowa, to attend the funeral
of their brother, William Kinner, who
died tture suddenly yesterday. He
was 9 years of age and is survived
Dy bis wile.
Notice is hereby given that G. E
Overman, of Rock Island, has severed
his connection with the Atlantic and
Pacific Tea com pny, 226 West Sea
ond street, Davenport, Iowa; and
mat on and after this date, Nov. 7,
no will not receive aav more orders
for said lirni. Thanking all custom
ers and friends for past favors, he
hopes to merit theirconlidence in the
The report that Bleucr's band had
been disrupted is emphatically de
nied by the management, who claims
that everything is lovely and that
the band, whose notes have been
sounded in tho streets and dance halls
and places of amusement in this
locality for almost a generation, is
better end stronger than ever, a fact
which all friends of the members
tnereof will be pleased to learn.
Bernard Seeburger pushed Joseph
Gutzweiler a ojnd Uwn ii a wheel-
barrow last night. It was an clec
tion bet. The Lincoln club band ac
conipametf tie parade and small
boys with horns made as much noise
as they could. The wheelbarrow
and Mr. "eebnrger didn't get along
very harmoniously, and as a result
Mr. Gntzweiler met the pavement
with the south end of his pantaloons
Misses Ella Bahnsen and Eva Free
man gave a "gold party" to about
fifty friends at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. Max Bahnsen on Twentieth
street last evening. Each guest wore
some insignia of gold, the ladies
coming in yellow costumes and the
gentlemen wearing chryanthemums
of a golden hue- It was a novel and
enjoyable affair, musical and vocal
selections contributing largely to the
The Tri-City Railway track forces
worked all last night on the new
crossing at the intersection of Third
avenue and Twentieth street and got
it securely in place by this morning.
Tbe crossings are supported on
heavy castings, which are set in on
concrete bed. This is an ex peri,
ment on the part of Manager Lard.
ner, ana it is believed it will prove a
success. The test is to be made on
the most traveled intersection in the
company's entire system.
THE COUNT COMPLETED.
Official rigor i of tn. Kock I land CoutT
County Clerk Kohler completed
the official count of the recent elec.
tion in Rock Island county at noon
too. ay, ana irom tne tabulation the
fellowing totals of the county vote
President Bryan. 4,617: McKin-
ley, 7,311; Palmer. 86; Levering, 63.
McKinley's, plurality 2,664.
Governor Altgeld, 4 839: Tanner.
7.081; Forman, 94; Gere, 6J, Tanner's
lieutenant Governor Crawford. 4.-
694; Northcott. 7,246. Northcott's
Treasurer Pace, 4,720; Hertz.
7,199. Hertz's majority. 2.479.
Congressman Moore. 4.409:
Prince, 7,301; Goldsworthy, 77; Hol-
den, 245. Prince's plurality, 2,892
State Board of Equalization Mil
ler. 4.683; Pierce. 7.270. Pierce's
Representative McEmry, 13.183;
Payne, 10.921; Houghton, 10,901:
Ellis, 880; Keleher. 211.
Circuit Clerk Jahns. 4 411; Gam
ble, 7,373. Gamble's majority.
State's Attorney Baford, 4 471;
Searle, 7,325. Searle's majority,
Coroner Merry man, 4,487: Eck-
bart. 7,319. Eckhart's majority,
Surveyor Johnson, 4.466; Dar
ling, 7,336. Darling's majority,
For special bond tax. 2 57i,
against, 2 02G; majority for tax, 546.
tor constitutional amendment.
2.C85; against, 1,228; majority for
The LKlsJatlva Candidate.
The vote of the Thirty-third sena
torial district for the legislature is
McEniry Rock Island county.
13.188; Henry conntv, 8,290; total,
Pavne Rock Island county, 10.-
921; Henry county, 9,064; total, 19,-9851.
Houghton Rock Island connty.
10.901; Henry county, 9,120; total,
Ellis Rock Island county, 880;
Henry county, 269; total, 1,149.
Keleher Ko-k Island county, 241;
Henry county. 505; total, 746.
Whiteside Connty For congress'
man, Moore, 2,668; Prince. 5,568;
Goldsworthy. 102; Holden. 72. For
member state board of equalization
Highest Honors World' Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE
Apure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
mnnwiw, mum or any omer adulter sit
.40 TSARS TW STANDAJ&
Kapoleon. Growth In' Cosmopolitanism.
Napoleon ordered Marmont, in case
Blncht r should resume the offensive, to
abandon Paris and hasten to Chalons.
This was not a sudden derision. Tbe
contingency liaa been mentioned in a
letter of Feb. 8 to Joseph, and again
from Keirus cmphatio injunctions to
keep the empress and the king cf Rome
from falling into Austrian hands were
issued to the same correspondent "Do
not abandon my son," the emperor
pleaded, "and remember that I would
rather see him iu the Seine than in the
hands ft the enemies of France. The
fate of Astanyax, prisoner to the Greeks,
has always serin ed to me the nnhap-
piest in history." In this ultimate de
cision Napoleon showed bow cosmopol
itan he had grown. He had forgotten.
if he ever understood, the extreme cen
tralization of France. Ho should have
known that, Paris lost, tbe head of the
country was gone and that the dwarfed
limbs could develop little or no national
vitality. "Life of Napoleon," by Pro-
lessor v. 1. Moane, in Century. -
A Remarkable Fortress.
In the northern part of Madagascar
is the most remarkable natural fortress
in the world. It is occupied by a wild
tribe who call themselves the people
cf the rocks. Tbe fortress is a lofty
and r.rpHnitnnp rock of encrmrma oizn.
1,000 feet high and 8 square miles in
area, its sides are so steep that it can
not be climbed without artificial means.
Within it is hollow, and the only en
trance is by a subterranean passage.
Turn Whsl hiott
Of the great sale attained and great
cures accomplished by Hood'i
Sarsaparilla is quickly told. It xur
ifies and enriches the blood, tones
the stomach and gives strength and
vigor. disease cannot enter
system fortified by the rich.
blood which comes by taking Hood
Hood's pills cures nausea, sick
headache, indigestion, biliouTe;
All druggists. 25 eents-
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of the manv nhra-
ical ills, which vanish before rjroner ef
forts gen tie efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that so many forms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a const ipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative, Syrup of Figv prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with millionsof families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
effects axe 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 von mil
chase, that yon have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Call-
lornia t lg syrup vo. only ana sold by
all reputable druggists.
If in the eniovment of ovwvl funilfV
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 lareelv
used and gives most general satisfaction.
U invariably to be fou nd at
Hess Bros. They carry
whatever the market af
fords, and at prices that
are fair to alL
THEY NOW HAVE:
Bead La'tnce, Versa Tomato., .
Spinach. Soap Ranches,
Ojrsterplant, Hubbard Fqaath,
Wax bears, Butabaga.
, Celery, Qrecn Onto nr.
Jersey Sweet Potatoes.
Dresrad -Ducks, Chickens and
Balk and Canned Oyster.
Catawba, Tokay, Delaware, Sug
ars and New York Crapes.
J Tours for Go 3d Groceries,
j II ESS BROS.
special : : :
Line of Ladies Fine
Shoes, button and lace.
All widths We have
added a line of Ladies
$3 oo Boots. Alo 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 yon Lave
1717 Second Avenue.
MONARCH OF THE
Hard Coal Base
Smooth Castings, Perfect Mount,
tags. Elegant Trimmings, with
mora good points than any
CALL AND SEE THEM.
1616-1617 SECOND AVENUE.
EITHER Fried. Panned.
Stewed, Raw or served
in any style vou may wish
' at KBKLL & MATH'S would
tempt an Anchorite. When
you want to give yonr
sweetheart or wife an ex
qnisite treat, take her to
their tine store and she can
' take her choice from more,
concentrated delicacies than
yon 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 just right.
KRELL & MATH
Give yon a whole loaf of sat.
Isfaction when yon buy their
Bread, besides it weighs
three ounces more than any
other bakers at the same
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Ave.
Fresh Oysters by the Can.
While You Walt
The nice fall weather Is passing and you will suddenly realize
that you need that suit or overcoat badly. There Is no better
time than the present to order your clothes made up, and then
yon will be ready for any kind of weather. A line of goods for
top coats and heavy overcoats that cannot be duplicated In this
vlc'nity. Our goods combine wear-resls'lng qualities and low prices
Within the Reach of All.
Consequently we can please the trade. Probably no better
opportunity has ever been given here to buyers of tailor-made
garments than we are now offering. Remember we are leaders
in our line.
cHT. IB. SIIliafiEISIHl cCs, .DE3.
WE HAVE IN ST CK OVER
200 Different Styles of Rockers
s n & fa
SL a a. BV a - SB
KOCK LB -
FROM 2.00 ITTO b
1 100.00, ana soon.
Twice as many as any
other store In the city
to select from, and
we guarantee the
Parlor Sal tea
FROM 16.00 CP TO
FROM ftt.&O UP TO
Dcd Room Sillies
OverSW Different Pat
terns from lie per yard
ap to I J.60 per yard.
s Clemann Salzmann. 1
THE LEADERS IN FURNITURE g
NEVER AS PRETTY
NEVER AS MANV STYLES.
NEVER AS LOW IN PRICE.
Itcsidcs there is somctkinK In the touch, finish and style of
That distinguishes It from all other make and which merit alone can produce. Parents who take pride In
seeing their bo s look neat and natty, should, by all means, visit our boys' department.
And they are decidedly the sweetest, cutest, latest ard handsomest we have ever shown. If yo j are looVlrg
for a little tetter article at a less price than you expected to pay, by all mean t visit
Sole agents for Dugan & HudyVs Iron Clad Boys' Shoes Ths but frbutun
earth, and a guarantee with every pit.
Headquarters for Fine Clothing and Shoes