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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1896,
Pabllehed Dally and Weekly at MM Second
venae. Hock Iaiand, III. Entered at the aost
Oce la f ecooil-elMR matter.
J. W. POTTER
TKRM8 Dally, ID cent per weak. Weekly,
13.00 per annom; In advance 11.50.
All communications of a critical or argumenta
tive character, political or religious, moat bare
real cam attached for publication. No acn
article will be printed over nctltlone elgnaturee.
Correspondence toll cited from every township
ti Rock Inland ecmnty.
Moxdat, November 9. 1896.
Ose may well consider the con
trast between the way the friends
of silver are accepting tbe result of
the election and the way the gold
men would have taken it bad it been
The Freeport Bimetallic club will
ran a sp-cial train to Lincoln, Neb.,
to see William Jennings Bryan on or
about Nov. 20. All the clubs of
Stephenson county will send delega-
tions and the cities round about
Freeport will be represented. No
doubt other cities will follow Free-
port's example in making a visit to
the great apostla of free silver and
One of the results of the election is
that the two spectacular representa
tives of the A. P. A. on the floor of
the house have been retired. One of
these is William H. Linton, the ac
knowledged head of the American
Protective Association, lie has been
defeated in the Eighth Michigan dis
trict by Ferdinand D. Brucker, of
Saginaw. It is not known whether
it was Mr. Linton'd connection with
the A. P. A. which brought about his
ilefeat or the preponderance of the
silver fentiment in bis district. Mr.
Linton anticipated defeat, it is said.
and wrote to a friend hinting at
such. Mr. Linton has been promt
cent in the bouse from the begin
ning of his lirst. term. He led the
first effectual fight rgainst sectarian
appropriations, and early this year
bet things ng g by his opposition to
placing the Marquette statue in the
Statuary hall of the house. Eugene
J. Hiiper, another leader of the
forces arraved against sectarian ap
propriations in the house, and said
to ie a memoer i t the a. f. A., was
ilefeatcl in tbe Fourth Nebraska dis
trict by JudgoW. L. Stark, populist.
Next to Mr. Linton, Mr. Hainer wa
know, n as tie leader of that element
opposed to any kind of sectarian ap
Itryao the F r it to Meet H i I leal.
For S2 years J. II. Graff, the vener
able and popular I In wane society of
licer of Newport, Ohio, has failed to
vote tor a presidential candidate.
though he exercised the right of suf
frage at everv oiher election. When
Henry Clay, the whig nominee, was
cieieateti lor president in 1811 bv
James K. Polk, tbe democratic nomi
nee. Mr. Graft made a solemn prom
iso that no would not vote for a pres
luenuai candidate or any party unit
a man as good, true and able as the
immortal Clay had been nominated
tor hair a century the various politi
cal parlies have presented their best
men as presidential candidates, bu
none could tempt Mr. Graff, as h
considered thetu inferiots in one way
or anoiner oi tas meal Ulav. La
Tuesday, however, Mr. Graff walked
to the polls and gave his voti to Wil
nam Jennings Bryan.
Mr. Graff said: ! have read Mr
Bryan's life, his speeches and talked
with people who had a personal ac
nuaintanceship with him. 1 learned
that none were purer, truer, or bet
ter than he. A to his statesman
ship, that is above question by any
fair-minded man. His speeches are
as charitable and as respectful
Clay's famous orations. After
thorough study of the man I was con
vinceu mat another Clav had com
to the people, and that ! could can
sistentiy and conscientiously vote
f jr him without violating the self
given promise of years ago, to vote
for no man for president that was
not the equal to Clay, and I did vote
with a graat oeal or pleasure for Will
iam Jeuniogs liryan."
o Happy Feature.
St I oub ICep il 1 c.
Nothing stands out more distinc
tively in the campaign that has just
closed tnan tne iretoom iroui any
thing cf a personally offensive na
turo in the speeches of other of the
Even papers so bitterly opposed to
Air. ttryan as the Boston Herald ad
m.imaiin his ueieat there is one
tribute which is justly his due the
gjju nature and sweet personal
temper that have characterized his
That he wpil dererves tha recoen
lion thus paid will be admitted by
erj laipanui man oi either party,
DiMtimu in it ui per ana gor.
nature are the more remarkable
when tbe enenmstances attending
his camriaien are borno in mitirf
Never ba a candidate for any office
' objected himself to such a physical
and mental strain. Never were the
motives of a candidate so aniustl
; and vindictively attacked by the re.
puDlican press and the majority
speakers in tne rants oi nis oppon
For Msj. McKinley it mast be ad
muted wuu eaual frankness that
followed the laudible example aet by
Mr. Bryan. There was a difference
in their speeches, of couree. Bat i
the one thing the freedom fromper-
sonalassault the speeches are simi
lar. In this, as In many other re
spects, the contest which has enied
as been one ol the most remarsau.e
in political history.
The Cowa In the Srortgaca.
There is a man in Taylor county who
knows how to mortgage cows. The
Montezuma Record knows this man
and vonches for him. The man is a
farmer, and recently a collector called
on him for the payment of a note se
cured by chattel mortgage.
Tbe farmer was obdnrate and nave
no satisfaction that he would ever pay
the note. Finally the collector said :
"Well, I'll have to take the 11 cows
named in the mortgage."
"Oh, no, you haven't got a mortgage
on 11 cows on this farm."
Why, yes, I have." And the collect
or pel led out a copy of the mortgage
and read as follows :
" "One red and white cow, one cow
spotted red and white, one red cow with
white spots, one cow with white Foot
in forehead, one red cow with two white
hind feet, one white cow with red ppots
on side, one white and red cow, one red
cow with two white fore feet, one white
cow with red spot on shoulders, one red
cow with white spots on hips, one white
cow spotted with red.' Now, how do
yon like that?" continued the collector.
Uh, that s all right. I see you vo
got 1 1 mortgages on my old red and
white cow. There she is down in the
pasture. The hoys will go down and
help yon catch her!" Atlanta Consti
A Racial Difference.
There can be no qnesticn that ery
many of Ilia differences, mental and
Doany, mat exist between tbe aver
age Frenchman and tbe average Eng
lishman are caused by the distinct
methods of education that prevail on
tho different sides of the channel Ton
would not like your Eon's only school
ing to be obtained in Francew On the
other band, you have a pretty distinct
bolier that if ireiich boys were sent
over here young enough and pnt to good
tnglisii schools, they would grow np
into a very fair sort of Britons. A typ
ical story of the ways of French school
boys, with their ushers, is reported in
recent morning papers. Some spirits
had been smuggled into one of the
dormitories a thing, we fear, not al
together unknown in some English
tablishments. It is even conceivable
that the English master who discovered
tho bottle wonld have confiscated it to
his own nse, but this would not have
been at the invitation of his pupils.
But the French pion in question was
contented to make ono of the party, aud
as be was not so used to rum as bis pu
pils, he got so terribly drnnk that he
died. Happily for the French boys,
their compulsory military service gives
them an opportunity, later on for learn
ing a little discipline. Pall Mall Ga
The Thief Discovered.
An employee in an up town resort
has been held under suspicion for somo
time, and camo near losing his position,
on account of the antics of a big tom
cat. For weeks the cash registers, when
counted at the close of the day's busi
ness, showed a deficit of several dollars,
and no clew could be had to explain the
mysterious absence of the money. The
proprietor, having great confidence in
his employee, was mystified, and notnn
til a few nights ago was tho matter
made clear. While alone in the place,
after closing hour3, the proprietor was
startled to hear the click of tho regis
ters, followed by repeated clicks, like
those of a novice upon the keys of a pi
ana Looking np, ho found his pet cat
playing upon the keys of tho register
and apparently enjoying the perform
ance as much as if he were a feline
Padorewski. New York Journal.
Vindicated the Law.
A friend of Representative Culberson
of Texas related the following incident:
"'When Mr. Culberson was prosecuting
attorney," he said, "thero was a crimi
nal statute universally disregarded. The
indictment of a well known man for
violation cf this law was secured through
the efforts of Mr. Culberson, who prose
cuted the case with more vicor than al
most any he bad ever conducted, suc
ceeding in securing a conviction and
sentence to the penitentiary. Then he
left town, and no one knew where he
had gone until he and the prisoner, who
had been taken to the penitentiary, re
turned together. Mr. Culberson bad
gone to the governor, obtained a pardon.
and met the convict at the penitentiary
with it. Tbe law had been vindicated.
and there were no more violations of
that statute in Jeff arson. " Washington
n e oner one armored oorari reward for any
ciee of Catarrh that cannot be cared by UV.1V
F. J. CHUNKY A CO., Prop v, Toledo. Ohio.
We. the anaereig-nei, hare knowa F. J . Che
ney for the last 15 year, and believe htm per-
c'Jy honorable ia a!I buaineM trasmctiona, and
lir ciaUy able to carry ont any obligation ma!e
by their firm.
Wayr & Tiuu, Who!e Drartfeta, Toledo, O.
aldino. Kniaaa tt Mabtth, w holreale Drrg
its, To'edo, O.
Ball'a Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous urfacea of
the ynem. Price, T5e per botilo. Sold by all
druggists. Testimonial free.
Rhvatnauaaa Cared ha a Day.
Mystic- Cure" for rheumatism
and neuralgia cures in 1 to S days.
Its action upon the system is re
markable and mysterious- It re
moves at once the cause, and the
disease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly relieves, 75 cents.
Sold by Otto Grotjan, druppist. Rock
Island, and Gust Schlegel A Son, 320
West Second street, Davenport.
T Can a CeM la Uae Day.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggist refund the money
if it fails to cure. 85 cents.
The Schatchen Is an Important Person) In
Jfear York Colony.
In wandering through tbe east side
recently I learned that tbe schatchen is
an important and busy functionary in
that quarter. The sage who a long time
ago observed that marriages were made
in heaven evidently knew nothing about
this matchmaking cScial. who exer
cises his wiles by day aud by night in
the teeming Hebrew colour here. The
schatchen i9 a man of middle agf, suave
and well dressed, who promotes mar
riages. Ho works on strictly business
principles and don't bother hi head
about Cupid or that peculiar sentiment
called love. He is a diplomat, with a
visiting list longer than the most popu
lar woman cf the Fonr Hundred. Ha
belongs to no end cf lodpes and orders
and speedily makes it his business to
know all about the families of hie mar
ried friends. He also acquaints liimself
with the monetary worth of paterfamil
ias, and if the latter has any marriage
able sous or daughter he gr-rs in his
work, first by delk-ate insinuation and
soon more cpr-nly.
The sehatc.htn has a neatly engraved
card which axnonuccs his business, and
this he distributes liberally. He alo
believes in advertising, and his card is
conspicuously displayed ia all the Yid
dish newspapers. He brings young ecu
pies together, and ii a marrnige ensue
he pockets commissions from both sides.
If the bride's father gives her a dot of
$500, the Fchatchen pockets 30. Ho
also strikes tbe bridegroom for 10 per
cent, but is frequently compelled to
compromise on 2'. He often bus a
dozen irons in the fire it one time, and.
in the vernacular of the sport, plays ii
ono against the other. Sometimes ho
burns his fingers, as he not infrequently
plays a leading role in the civil courts
but he fills a nuiuuo place in polvglot
Gotham and has been tbe means of
making any numbc r c.t bashful jxnnjr
people happy for spot cash. New York
Letter in Pittsburg Dispatch.
The wheat of southern countries con
tains more albuminoids than that grown
in temperate cr northern zones, and
hence is better suited for the manufac
ture or macaroni.
The essence of life is force.
Every breath you breathcevery
heart beat, every motion of
your hand, takes force. The
measure of force we call vital- K
tty. it this is lacKine, there is
loss of flesh, lack of resistive
power, a tendency to catch di
sease easily, especially a tend
ency to Consumption. Far low
vitality nothing; is better than
Scott's Emulsion. It supplies
force bv f or nishinc? the nourish
ing, strengthening elements of E
food tnan easily digested form;
enriches the blood, and builds
up the system. When ordinary
food is of no avail, Scott's
Emulsion will supply the body
with all the vital elements of life.
Two sizes, 50 cfc and $1.00. AH
If you will ask for it we will send
you a book telling you all about Scott's
SCOTT 4 BOWNE, New York.
Stomach, Skin and Blood.
Rupture cured without
ROOMS 36 and 37, McManus
Building, comer Second
and Main etreets, Davenport.
9 a- m. to 12 m. and 2 to 6
p. m. Evenings, Wednes
days and Satnrdays, 7 to 8 p.
m. Sundays, 2 to 8 p. m.
Tl option e B40,
DR. NOTTS 3ERVEB1XE PILLS.
Taer-reat re roe
dr fi-r nerrou
all nervoua di
.of either aez.
e anch a Nervous
am anaa vatM Failmft or lt
Mar.hood. Impotracv. Nitrhtly Emw3iooa.Yootb
rui Kttoch. Mrntal Worry, exceaive in of To
teco or Opium, which lead toCoosuaiption and
Insanity. With every 93 order we elve a vnl
ea fruarantee to core or refund the room-y.
Sold at tt.mm nrlvi boxea for SS OO. hi.
wrr CUJaKAI. (VBPA.iI, flu lata, te.
WANTED A GIRL. TO TJO GENERAL
housework at ! Fourth avenue.
WANTED A NURSE GIRL AT ST3TWEN
tieth street, tclerenee required.
1TA NTED A COMPETENT GrRL IN
TV family of two. Addresa poMcIlice box
WANTED A COMPETENT GIKL FOR
aeneral housework. Art"? at Sev
WANTED MEN WHO WHt WORK FOH
trs a mncih aalara or lame eoeunlaMaa
ael):nc Maple (rood by aaeiple to deaiera. Es-
D4rten?a unncniarr w rue oa. nnaaapnta
DVCCWV, " IF-rj. M VW. W WWW. W
WANTED LADIES AND CENTI.KMEN
who wuh to orrew-ood tor pleasure, or
w1t a new to matroownv to loin the Umen
Oblo CurreopondiDa Bureau. Salem. OMo,
Sena two cent a'arcp fur d crrtive eireiiiar.
Addms W. K. Beck, lock bos ... Salem. Una.
T?I03 RENT A NCMMKR OF FUCKS
i- ranthr in ti:ce from c!o to tl"Prr BKaia.
"COR RKNT TWO t.ARr.K STORK ROOM.
- on eomer of Ft!ia avenue and Twentieth
xtreet. Ketaty IIim.
TJOR RENT A ROOM HOCSR KITH
a. eloaeia. water auntihr. CMS. ADvly aa
TT'OR RKNT-FIVr-RnoM FLAT. EK5H-
-- ternto Ktreet lnciuire of J. D. Tarlor.
M Nineteenth atreet.
"EV)R RENT-I4 PFR MONTH. A S-RTORV
i nue on Titv-te"il m-t. between
rirtn and Sixth acaun. KrHly Hrov
"COR RFNT-FTRXIPilFn ROOM. VERY
. ennrenient to buin- cen'er with hot
water beat. AddrewX. . Z.. A nuC t-Oloe.
fTViR RKST PI'.VFX FOOM HOrSE OX
Second aTenurt nj-wU-rn c,H,venicfHe;
a'sol room boue. 9ir iih avenue, by
TTOR RKXT-A MtOOM COTTACir: ON
A- TweniT-founh .inert and ichih aven-)"
notilre if ou.. I'dtllnx.
Tlird avenue aad
1 wenty-fourta street.
T7IOR RF.XT-A FIXF. T.ATIT.E. II ROOM
a brick hoiue In Si;itth Rick Island, flax.
bath, witter ami itihmI barn, two amw rf
irmund. Two hlor-lo. from street can. Inquire
oi vKiruvn m uvwnm
."'OR PAI.W-1S otta:i: RAXOIXH
from " to f I Mi In once in dmerent
tocalitiea. Keidy Hnm.
JOR SALE A FIXE FUl'IT FARM OF 10
acre. twaMorv b'i. One from
city limits. A baryaia. Kcidy llrua.
FRS Al.E-A conn PARi: AIX IN A LOT
on l-lfib avenue, between K!renth and
Sixlee'ith streets: Nixlm. Keidy llrua.
WILL RfV A FIXE
eeiiml strrt-t. a.Hiita of
A. place m Twenty
Urge lot: irood bar-ain.
1rOR&ALK-.'.l WILL 1I1Y A SI1.F.X-1
did K-riMim hxiw: l.n JSrijO; lnnr hum-
ensv t"rrn: well
located acd lilt-h and dry. ;
"KV)R SAI.K-3rl WILL HT'Y
A next to the v. M C. A. buiktins.
el ides riavini? and everyibinir else. A bar-
ejL.n. KC13V t5rm. I
TWO PIK KSOF KIOKNCF.
A. propenv on Twentieth atreet.
motlern. Will tak other property in trade
or purl payment. Kcldy itroa.
FR SALK-A TWO STORY IIOrSF
luree lot. splendid barn, pavln clear, on
Fifth avenue- near Twenty-sixth Mreet. Can
be bought cheap. Rc-iily Itrox.
A XKW MOr:KX llorSF. ON
J- Firth avenue
ami Tweatv-fainth trsft
nenrohl Warner reMl-nee: will take mull
piece of proicny in trade. Rc.rty Hrvn.
TJOR SAI.K-A RPI.KXrtin RARtiAlX OTV
A Twcnty-Memnd stretM. iietween tventh
and t iirhih avenues, two dwfl!:nir.: will pay u
per cent clear o Investment. l:L-idy Br.a.
T7Krxn-A RIX.5 WITH TWO
a- u liiiam lireMsen.
by payioir for ibis notice at Tns A Ki.t s on.ee.
17VR SaIX OR TRAIK
A FIXE RKSI-
-1 I - na i...
a decce on Niniet-ctb
Will tuke a Boort farm or suburtnui Dtuwrti in
part paymt nu Keniy lirus.
A NOTFO GYPSY JFST FROM TIIK
east is now lofi;lnir a i MS. K.nirih ave
nue, near Kintt-cntb street. Koek lUcd. km t
fil to call on this or evisy. Sbe will tell
...ir j.si. prrsrui man nit tire a;i hv the band
1'ositivelv the best atxi m-wl evpen I'fe reaaler
In this country. 'oosuit br on ail the alira
or tile, for she will t.-ll yj ,rN!. Kt-memlirr
tltts. hue will tell Indies for a.Virt time (orM
et'nts and rentlem-n . Cailat once Vow
wi:i he pleaded. Int f..n--t the number.
i:c Fourth avenue, near hn-.centh utreet.
P3-POA TOt rRSSR BE1F AXD urT-l-
OfTltss f,t Chtef I'nauwwr., t'htc-ao.
Ill . ct. , lMti. featel vr.na., t trt( lte.
c-..mj.n-d h vnuwruiTMii.. (tadapl ratvi
ti.nd hy two riaoil prrMH,a, w II a ie
erived hrrenatil U oVI.rk. Nov1'i.r to
lAwllr,Mi orxnr cubl r., f.- fu.M.hltr
and dt-lttrerinc of ant k qniitltir ,4 (rrm bnf
nd mation a ruay b. f und t y ta miSi.
lonce Ik-pannM-tit ' Kort fcradv. M ca . Mi
umi liarrack. Ho , F.l lvrn'ortb. Kan . foal
"' little Kork . ark.. Kr- Krn... Fort
JJitt-y. kso-., rn sn. rlati. I . p m ,,.
Kort ta ne. M-i-h.. aid lndtnfln Armas I.
id. and Hock la aud Aru, ii. an.n. ,
monihroaanrir( Janaary 1. A"?. I'niuoas'a
li iwd ,i In ud t un hour attra
n vrral pet by (nanisvtn. f ,a'h uoate taca
p"t -tnBll ry nst. tvine p-nnv. wn
p-ii.iy. Frr. Karfas.i (
nnenneltloa. lit fjr trnm.-d ,t as aoa tiua
f,.r and hind meat pnip n un Ir, 11 clunins ail
'Veau ibertof. Fta nniinn .tall beaf o-d.
fat and narkeiaM (iia.-t.. f.-im we hrr over
one aad nader lb ce ar old. Ilsrf aiaroa
to be d'fraeu ai d Hxmrd rad dei vrrd a t--arbed
in eircnlar nf tmrai-tjone. Prmail
IV.1. 7id at-rc prl -hten b IJer
will Celivcr f n ah beef nr ntifoa ol charartrr
atiova ataied. and . b a-iiv r.l of teajnarttnre
aot rraater - baa 6n. ;.e; Fahrenheit. Fa 'I ie
fotmMlini furnthd on apt l--,i, art or to
i ommtaaary at anr pot oovfurwet rarrv- a
tif lit torejert ia whole erln pa t any or all pro.
P !- htvloi- toruieinz provoaala aaoull
oe marked Propratia f-t Krt-.l rt,tf um n0.
ton" and adde-ea to ardrrp;nd or L'omaiia.
ary at poet bii for. O. M. bMl ru. rapt , C a.
A Ylzvi A:r;t Year Eiir.
Do yon know what wat dtffereaea tt makaa
ia yoar appnaraoo to have a nataral colored
aod aiaaay heaa of hairt Wall yaw woald
iook tea year yoangnr. Qt a aotUa of
THE BCXICAR HAIR RESTORER
It raajtow whara other tart. Tt wit! taaima
that do!ru. OAVe. CM ."a rtfia.
. Aawaia Waatad.
Ladies who value
arrthied coaaplexiow araat awe Poar-rr'a I
a. avwa a aon aaa baaullful I
1725 SEOOXD ATE.
Now, that tbe ejection (a
over, aad your nan or tbe
other nta baa aernrvd tbe
prize, and tbe country la
tveJ, we ak for a fear tnio
ntes of yovrtalacd time to
wonder j on or your tm
II raot. O at vperlal price
are a rpecial iodocement
this wetk far yoar contldef
rt'oa anJ campariaoa. If
we cannot save you money
(uality cootUlered))n every
thing you buy, then we are
willing to let tbe other
fellow bare tte tale. We
don't aik for your trade (or
frietdfbip, but becaoae we
give you first-elate goods
lower than all competitor.
No Trouble to Show Goods
Dress Goods DcpartrnenL
An eastern importer overatocked
witb fall and wittier lre good dc-
aired to on:oal n-l m brut tied am-
plea, of which we apapped np very
naickly. Here it a raring of from
iSi to ii per rent.
One lot of doultle fold p!aid,
beaaiiftil coloring, always
18 aod 2ic, Ihiiwnk 12jc
501 yard plaid, atrc and
fancy wool iiiting. alway
SA and 4 Dc, thU week yoar
62-ioch plain all wool tutt
ing, alwav 6'hs a vara, tbi
week 39c SDc
34 inch fancy black brocade,
mobair effect, alway cbeap
at 6Sc, tbi week 15 a
Clonks and Jackets.
Another lrg invoice of cloak.
jackets, mlsics and children's reef
ers. Here is only to be fouad the
newest, latest styles aad prices that
always sell for spit cash.
A fine diagonal jacket, box
front, set In Tel ret collar,
coat back, faocy button in
laid pearl renter. Dew eleeve.
worn f. here 12 97
iuur new laucy discs doqci
s a 1 1 t .
jacket a beauty new ale-eve
box front, nvdica collar, f Id
garment, only I".o0
Children reefer iwkets, all
! . a , . .
it ie ana pricca. we start
them at f2,l
60 dozen towels 20x34 with
fringes: none when these are
gone, each only ftc
IUankets 37 rents a pair to.... f 12
Lustre Band Dinner Ware Owinl
to the great tiemaua that we have
baa i rum oar rtMtomeis who are
uing the Lustre Hand Dinner ware
for piece to match broken- set, we
have iut placed in stock a freab
crate oi tbese good and bare marked
them at the price of first aallty of
white ware. Tae goods are of the
Johnson Ibos English make and war
ranted not to erase. Look tbroarb
the following list and see if you
not neea some oi tnere pieces:
Pie Plates. Platters,
Tea Plates. Kogar Itowls,
Break ft Plates, Cream Pitchers.
CVvere l Batter Dishes. et?.
We ha-e a neat arra v of China for
the holidavs. Do not fail I? lock
throagh this line.
I001IG & lie COMBS
THE BUS1FST. THE UEiT. THE
Are two of tbemo&t important points
to consider In buying anything. We
make them our rpcclalty in
Quality the best In color, design and
fialsh. Trice as low as good coods
can be sold.
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