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T1JIS IS I OFFICIAL
The Final Story of Lait Tues
UATI05AL, STATE AID OOUITT.
Iba Tajlona Ferttea I'artlctpaUar, the
Woman' Tots and the DUpoallloa f
tb Two Propoe'ttlaaa Sabaautas raar
The revised tabulation of the re
turns of last Tuesday'! election,
t-.ken from the official records of
Hock Island county, appears on this
page. The vote on all candidates
for state officers does not appear, bat
enough is given in addition to the
heads of tickets and congressional,
legislative and county candidates to
indicate party strength as well as
personal preferences. The republi
can gain is not cut of proportion
with the population in which Rock
Island county has increased in the
past four years. Gov. Altgeld
gained 200 votes over four years ago
in the city of Bock Island and palled
Tanner's vote 125 votes beside.
The following comparative table
of the vote of tho recent election and
that of four years ago' will be read
Kite Island., Irtll IMS 15X1 1 : 1727 ill! l.Vjh 1615
M'lline '2H M IKK r.firtil J!. TO 157S
S. It. Island H ZZ.h 31 14:1 I in, ill , .
S Molloe.... 33V 323, 1H0 1114 3371 SI4 1W I'M
..nlova .... 7H J XI 77i VJt 75 1IH
!'e M i:t So in Pi li Kli in;
I'anocCreeU 3w tn 40 M 05 s.t hi
y.uma 7H ki 6!l 77 73 ll ra 78
J ort Ifyroo. i 1221 S3 112 i I Si i::i lis
llumpton... 224 31 li 2v 2rt 5 Sim ;os
I'lm-li Hawk m ivi. i.a 172 i:w. in i: itb
o:il Vallev xi i w M HV hi lit; 4v
Kuril! Kl (Bl 71 71 71- Kt 72 71
ixiwllDir 12 IS?! 411 121 4S; IliK 411 123
l-4liriDi.-toll.. l(i 2CH IIH 1SH ll)i ill, ilrt IMi
liilalus a. .. 62 Il7j 4i 7:1 (ill 17 45 71
li.rru.rie... 120 1311 II 1M 117 IS UN li:i
I'rury lit; lHsj HI 1. 1C2 IVI Kl l.V
Total 1835 7323j403450n2 4S39 71H1 Sum 5125
riiiruiitica.. 2dw1 I mm! '2212 n 11
feature! or tb Election.
There are a number of features of
the election not contained in the tab
tulaiion. The socialist labor ticket received
1 1 votes in the county, as follows:
(Joe, 1; Molioe, First ward, 1, Third
ward 1, Fifth ward S, Sixth ward, 1,
Seventh ward, 1; Rock Island, First
ward, 1, Second ward, 1, Sixth ward,
2, Seventh ward 2.
The national party ticket received
12 votes in the county: Port Bvron,
1; South Moline, 2; Coal Valley, 1;
lrury, 1; Moline, Fiist ward 1,
Third ward, 3; Rock Island, Second
vnrd. 1, Third ward 1, Sixth ward. 1.
' The county gave the middle of the
road ticket 34 votes, as follows: Cor
dova, 2; Coe, 2; Hampton, 4; South
K ok Island, 1: Black Hawk, 1; Coal
Valley, 2, Rowling, 1; Edgington. 2;
Andalusia, 1; Buffalo Prairie, 1; Mo
line, First ward, 1, Second ward, 1,
Third ward, 2; Fourth ward, 1, Fifth
ward, 2, Sixth ward, 2; Rock Island,
First ward, 1 Second ward. 2. Fourth
ward, 1, Fifth ward, 1, Sixth ward,
1, Seventh ward, 2.
The women's vote was light. The
candidates for university trustees
ou the several tickets received votes
Muore, 2.736; Prince, 6,165; Holden,
OF CLOAKS AND FURS, NOW ON
AT KLUG HASLER DRY GOODS CO.
LOT 1 Ijuiies brown mixed Jackets, good sleeves nice buttons, and a
I fine appearing garment. Never such value offered at such a low price 75c
I LOT 2 Ladies all wool heavy mixed
su, ci j iuuic, never mim ior
, LOT S Ladies all wool Jackets, assorted colors, good styles, leg o'mutton
sleeves, pearl button, nicely trimmed. Never before was then such
good value at $7. At this sale $3 00
LOT 4 I4ad.es cheviot short Jacket, in blue and black, excellent quality
, mohair braid trimming, half si Ik lined, good size sleeves, very stylish.
! Always sold from 813 to $1S. Now .7 00
LOT 6 Ladies Jackets, assorted colors In-cheviot and kerseys, braid and
fur trimmed. These cloaks sold for $18 lo 21. Close your eyes and
guess at what price we are going to sell this lot, knowing that it is im
possible for 70a to do so, as it Is a miracle at 95 00
In addition to the above five lots of Jackets we offer the latest styles, which we
irceiu luiivwms pi ro. ou, n.ou, a7.SU, SB. 50, $9 50, (10.50
They come in rough effects. Kerseys, bone lays, Irish freeze, and in blacks,
caries, browns and tans.
We also offer oar entire stock of Fur Capes and Jackets at one half the
oiiguial I'rica. This means an immense saving to you, for Instance a
brown alpossum Cape which was $31 50 goes for 515 75
A Persian Lamb Cape, which was $29, goes at $14.50
A beautiful Ktinimer Cape which was 855, goes at. $17.50
A 30-lnch China Seal Cape heavy satin lining, regular price $36, at this
Krimmer Jackets which sold . or StiS , at the above reduction they will
coat... -o r
ft.' v, . . . . . v . . i
r.KTiric oeai .lackeia wniru are ..n-ap
Muffs and Fur Scarfs
U's Remark able, hn't It-? and Worthy of
KLIWLER Dry Goods CO.
7 an ai7 Wi it
as follows: Republican: Mary T.
Carriel. 144; Thomas J. Smith. 1S4;
Frances M. McKay, 131, Democratic:
Richard P. Morgan, 17; Julia Holmes
Smith. 27; Nelson W. Graham, 16.
Prohibition: Lucy P. Gaston, 37;
Carrie L Gron. 43; Ells M. Orr. 32.
Gold democrstic: Simon H. Baser,
1; Charles F. Babcock, 2; August
Niehaus, 1. National party: Mary
C. Metzgsr, 52; Martha J. Adams. 19;
Martha C Collins, 17.
Taa CanaraI al Tata.
The returns from the rsrions
counties of the Tenth congress
ional' district, according to the of
ficial canvass, is appended:
Kock Island County Congress
man, Moore, 4,409; Prince, 7,301;
Holden, 245; Goldsworthy, 77. Board
of Equalization, Pierce, 7,270; Mil.
Henry county Congressman,
236; Goldsworthy, 125; Keleher 1.
Member of the board of equal
ization Pierce, 6,174; scatter
Whiteside County For congress
man, Moore, 2.668; Prince, 5,568;
Goldsworthy, 102; Holden, 72. For
member state board of equalization.
Pierce. 5,588. '
Knox county Congressman,
Moore, 2,921; Prince, 7.678; Holden,
543; Goldsworthy, 143. State boardof
equalization. Pierce, 7,689.
Stark county Congressman,
Moore, 875: Prince, 1,639; Golds
worthy, 39; Holden, 135. Board of
equalization. Pierce, 1,624, scatter
Mercer county Congressman,
Moore. 2.132; Prince, 3,108; Holden,
170; Goldsworthy, 60. Board of
I I 2
lirvan. D. and 1
Hm 1 1 nor.
Allceld. D. and P.
Forman. U. D
Gere. Jro -
Crawford. D. and P
Hnbcock. J. D
Pace. D. and P
KUlceler. O. D
H'Nird ttt RqnalizatUm.
Miller. D. and P
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.Tahns. D... ;.
184' 1 17
144 111 191
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Jackets, pearl buttons, superior fin-
less man so, at tbls sale f 1 60
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vuiy. ,'M 00
Second St, DTport.
Equalisation. Pierce. 3,121; Boyd, 40.
Moore, 15,741;Prince,31,459; tfo'.dea.
1,4)1; Goldsworthy. 536. Prince's
plurality. 15.718. Board of Equali
zation. Pierce. 31.466: Miller, 4 683;
Boyd, 40; scattering 17.
The camel is s beast of great
strentgh and endurance. Nothing
hurts it nntil the proverbial "last
straw" is added to its burden. The
human digestive system is very
much like s cameL It is really as
tonishing how much abuse it will
stand. Sometimes, however, some
thing worse than usual will be eaten,
and will go through the stomach
into the bowels, and there it will
stick that's constipation. Nine
tenths of all human sickness is due
to constipation. Some of the sim
plest symptoms are costed tongue
and foul breath, dizziness, heartburn,
flatulence, sallowness, distress after
etting, headaches and lassitude. A
little thing will cause constipation,
and a little thing will relieve it. .Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are a certain
cure for constipation. They are
tiny, sugar-coated granules, mild
and natural in their action. There
is nothing injurious about them.
Sold by druggists. ,
Address with 21 cents in one-cent
stamps, to cover cost of mailing
only. World's Dispensary Medical
association, Buffalo. N. Y.. and get a
free copy of the "People's Common
Sense Medical Adviser."
Oregon has 18.798 bands in her fac
tories and makes every year $41,432,.
174 worth of goods.
OFFICIAL RETURNS OF
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315 21 1
23S 287 'JW 20V520
33. 31). 3 3H,
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101 1 4V
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2113 2X5 25i
P2 118 IShSl
3 2X3 254ij
THE PUEBLO WOMEN.
trrttj and rtetamquw mm Clrla a4 Stat),
ly aa Vm( Mnlheim.
"The Pneblo Indian women aro of tea
rcry pretty as girls, and some of tin ra
make stately young mothers," writes
Hamlin Garland in Ladies' Home Jour
nal. "They work generally in groups of
three or four, cooking, whitewashing,
weaving or painting pottery. They seem
to have a good deal to chatter about,
and their em fling faces aro very agree
able. They have most excellent w hite
teeth. Their ceremonial dress is very
picturesque, eyprially the costume of
the Aroma and Isleta girls. All burdens
are carried by the women of Acoma,
Isleta and Lagnna upon the bead, and
they have, in consequence, a magnifi
cent carriage even late in life. The old
women of Walpi, on the contrary, are
bent and down looking. They carry
their burdens on their backs slung in a
blanket. The girls of Isleta wear a light
cloth over their heads, Spanish fashion,
and manage it with fine grace and co
quetry. "Tho everyday dress of the Hopi
women consists of a sort of kilt, which
is wrapped around the hips and fastened
with a belt, a modification of the blan
ket or wolf skin. Above this a sort of
sleeveless chemise partly covers the
bosom. Thoir hair is carr fuHy tended,
but is worn in an ungraceful mode ty
some of the women. Tho women of
Haiio cut the hnirin front square across
about to the line of the lip, while the
bark hair .is gathered into a sort of
billet. The front hair hangs down over
the faces, often concealing one eye. The
unmarried women in Walpi wear their
hair in a strange way. They coil it into
two big disks jurt above their ears,
'the intent being to symbolise their
youth- and promise by imitating the
squash flower; the matrons correspond
ingly dress their hair to symbolia the
ripened squash.' Some of the maidens
are wonderfully Japanese in appear
ance." ISM-TM Yam ewaam 1
I will replace free all work that I
have dona during the past 10 jean
that is not satisfactory.
G. SI. Bibcock.
17?5 WoiH avtraoa
T tea's A , Cbnm ft.
A heavy cold may lead to pneu
monia or consumption. Foley's
Hooey and Tar taken la tin affords
perfect security from serious results.
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OQia st aa. a. oua
EIGHTY MILES AN HOUR.
Eighty miles as hour for fee mil as
betweee 8heffleld end Wyaaet was
attained by the Bock Island special
bearing the party of civil engineers
on its return to Chicago yesterday
afternoon. This time equals it not
eclipses any yet reached in the coun
try. The train which was composed
of four coaches. and was
drawn by the 1101. which Is
considered one of the speed
icst locomotives In the country, left
Rock Island at 3:04 yesterday after
noon. Al Lund.' one of the road's
trusted engineers, was at the throt
tle. Chicago was reached at 6:44
the 182 miles being covered in S
yours and 40 minutes, lowering the
fast mail's standard time of 4 hours
and 15 minutes 35 minutes.
The train averaged 60 miles au
hour between Rock Island and JolieU
At Sheffield the engine struck a
smooth and steady gait. Engineer
Lund opened wide the throttle, and
having a level course brought the
engine up to the 80 mile record.
This speed was kept up for five miles,
when the engine was allowed to
drop back to the even tenor of her
The river is stationary at St. Paul,
La Crosse, Des Moines Rapids and
Keokuk, is falling at North Mc
Gregor and St. Louis, and rising at
Red Wing, Dubuque and Rock Island.
Th forecast has been discontinued
for the season.
ROCK ISLAND COUNTY.
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142 1. 327
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7(' mi 40. n m
123 III; fttJ M) 121
7"",' 711. mi. Trt' :
141 t . art t-.H
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JP7:21I 121 1118
.T' 75 711 ST .Vi" V" sit
IMl.Sf 271 an
an' 1 mil m i' jn 43
207 212 III! 1171
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881 SO 23K : S 323
I.T4I 2H' 278 2234 j
A CURIOUS OLD LADY.
rantlmonloaa In Ifrr fHem A flair, Trt La.
Mi With fnhrrm.
W1iti Hi nri Iiorhefort pbni.i d ths
erertii n Of a wnrlrmnn'a f.!..o ,--'-
Carninux to help the glaas WfirSirr.t, ho
nceivea an anonymous gift. of 103,000
francs. The donor was Mmo. Dimbocrg,
who has since died at Boulogne, egil
72. She was a ruriona old lady, wildly
generous, yet rarrful to miserlinrsa,
sending her gift to the glaas works
anonymously and then ccmplainiog
when her name was omitted from the
stono bearing a list of scbscribcra She
lived in an unpretentious house, fur
niched in the plainest fashion, hoarled
up every srrnp of paper and bit of rag
she found, yet helped all whose want
came to her ears. She sent l.fiOO francs
here, 8,000 there, while her own sirv
ants could scarcely get enough to eat,
and their wages were extremely small.
The money for the glasa works was sent
in a small linen bag. comparatively
worthless, which no one thought of re
turning to her.
She sent a servant to rlsim it, how
ever, and was greatly annoyed that it
had not been sent back. She was very
fond of cats, but even the food of her
petswas measured out with a niggardly
hand, a ad the youngest kitten had its
milk iti the cover i f a pomade pot that
it might not dritk too much. During
br lat illnem the scolded the nurse for
rinsing a glass with filtered water.
"Filtered water wears out the filter.
You must te more, economical." Yet
this woman, so parsimonious in her
own concerns, laviFhed benefits on the
poor wherever he found them and
made princely gif u out of a life annuity
by no means large. Philadelphia
'At Inn I fHtwt Car
Conductor Yon got aboard after 1
took the fares, I believe?
Passenger Sot after yon took mine.
ConductorBut I do not remember
Passenger Very likely. lfeitherdoL
Conduct or( receiving nickel Thanks.
X ort ka rapt oo street! Boston Traa
srxipt Xaaa fa IS.
"My bicycle baa been Injured la the
windpipe," said Gildersleeve.
"What on earth la a bicycle's Wiad-p-.pe?"
"Tin very part that is on earth, tb
nueomatie tube." Detroit Free
A letter carrier said his wife liked
coffee so well and seemed to really
need It at breakfast, it was toe bed
for the doctor to order her to dis
continue it. He told her that her
bad complexion, dyspepsia, nervous,
ness and occasional palpitation of
the heart, all came frosn ooe cause,
and that was coffee driakiag. The
good man went on furthur to sty:
My child if you were as strong as
your husband, nnd tad tho miles of
outdoor walking to do that ha has
daily, you could drink one cup of
coffee, or perhaps two, at breakfast
end dinner, without any very bad
effects, but the same poisonous
alkaloids exist in coffee as
are fnnnd in tobacco, whis
whiskey, strychnine and morphine
Thero is not so great a proportion of
them in coffee as in the other drugs,
but n sufficient amount esists to ser
iously injure anyone whose ceastitu
tion is a little below per. Allot
these drugs can be used for a time
by perfectly healthy people, but II
their use is persisted la long enough,
the human body finally gives evi
dence of the effect of the atesdy
poison, and rasnv people who do not
know this fact d'le because of their
unnatural habits. It you could use
a hot drink la the morning made
from the nourishing grains that na
ture haa provided for the use of man.
it would aalisfy your appetite and
fatten your body."
A wholesome, delicious hit drink
of ths kind that old doctors referred
to is found in Post am Coffee, made
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f i an
from (Trains by ths Postnm Cereal
company, limited, of Battle Creek.
Mich.; it brews tbe rich color of Java
or Mocha, has a grand f rapTanre and
me progent taste demanded b all
eoffee drinkers. Ko poisonous alka
loids art foond here, and mas is osly
safe when be sticks to nature's food.
furnished by tbs Creator, prepared
a a nnmner oi ditTerent wajs.
to be sure. Ruddy health and red
blood will follow tbe discontinuance
of unnatural drinks and the substi
tution thereof of tbe cereal food
drink. It nse will tell tb facts
more plainly is tbe body than words
can be made to xprtss.Qf.rocer
furnish it and expericove teaches
that it goes about three time as far
a co nee.
Sold by C. W. Horton. Gcorpe E
Bailey it Co.. I it. is Weckel. W. A.
Lbleb, Robert Kuschruaoe. Charles
J. Long, Charles Oswald. George A.
racvonaia and rettirs grooery
Illaatrataa a rkmmm mt Clerical laam.
One of the mot famous of nHtdiarral
utterances is a curious mixture of dia
bolical wit and savage fanaticism. It i
told of tbe Papal Legate Mi In, at the
sack of Bexiers, in the "crnaade" against
the Albigooia. History, or tradition,
says that when it was arked bow it
woaM i fusible to di:4iugaih tbe
heretics in the town from the Catholic
the legal) cried out: "Kill them all!
Ood will know his own." So tbe story
goes. But did the legate ever say it?
Or was it raid by Arnold, the 4ercian
ahbot? Did anytsdy say it? Tbe ejnhy
thing absolutely ce rtain ia that, rxprsas
tag, as it did, in the pithiest style, the
spirit of mediaeval fanat icinn in religien,
it might very well have bees altered by
aomebwly. London News.
Saw flm Tt.
Contrary to general U-licf, Manrhas
Kn is not dead, or be most live the
person of some of tbe continental tour
ists yen meet around the Metmpole and
tbe Victoria. They repeat this eocvetaa
tion of one of those enterprising but pre
varicating end of tbe century explorer :
"I visited Rtuwia, Germany, Austria,
"Indeed I So you saw Venice T"
"Well I rather guess I did."
"Did yon see the lion of St. Mark?
"Of coarse I did. Why. I saw aim
fed." Wa.-tingtosi Post.
fUectioti Is a tkisg of lbs pest.
GROCERIES, aad wbere yos csa bay
se people ail say st us CKEEXEUBH CABH GBOCEET. and It yom
dosbt It, sots tbs toUorlag;t
iii quarts Beans
811 quart Pea
Tone Hysoa Tea
Oas pound tfaltuoa
It re Floor, ear eerk
tys Meal, per sack
saner Kraut, per gallon.
IS Bounds Jell
Maple Sugar, per ponsd
'Phone 1 240. .rjTO
When Stanley Arrived
At Labs Xyeata, is tbs heart of Africa, tbe very
first thing be did was te a pack 2b large trunks
sad get out tbs presents b bad tirottgbt for tbs
satire, lie bad Hat sad Caps, and Collar sad
Caff snd Skirts. But what surprised tbs paps
lacs more tbss aaytbiag sis were
la fact, soma of tbem were ksows te bars worn
tbeta aigbt sad day for 12 month.
Our Shoes Wear Also.
Ws bars jst received II differ cot stylo of Me'
Shoes for fall or w later.
Open Until 9 O'clock Evening-.
Spot Cah Shoe Store J07 Twentieth street
BOTH QUANTITY AND QUALITY.
WISHES T CALL TODR
ATTENTION TO HIS
VERY LATEST STYLES
IN B IX CALF, ENAM
ELS ANI CALF MIOES.
AT 2. , ft AND li A
GIVE OOOI3 WEAR.
of No More.
Polities are tje snore diamaaad. f T
tbs best rods st tbs lowest prices.
Balk Oliess. per qeart
Kew Tork Back Wheat....
Sods Crackers, per ponsd . . .
Cora 5tarrb, per package...
Baking Sods, per package.
Girr Heap, per poead....
Rie Coffee, per poead
(rood Smoking Tobacco, per
Prases, per posed
Am ter CclTee. tier ponsd...
Can aed Tesastoss
t-gslloa Pail Syrsp.
Soar Pickles, fnsr gal
Urabam lloar, per sack.
Seventh Ave nuc
SOLD BV ALL DEALERS.
OUR LAMES' LINE
If COMPLETE AMI
AM M RE CAN PI.EtsE.