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CLOAKS,
Cloaks, sacks, jvraps, Newmarkets,
etc., received daring the last days of the
past week, all at the old prices. Some
of them seem especially cheap-
To Settle
any dispute and to end all possible con
troversy, McCABE BROS,
trill this week, sell two lots of Switz
reticle underwear at 90 cents apiece.
These are the genuine and first quality.
So seconds. Von can find imitations
and seconds elsewhere for more money.
A JOB.
Several dozen children's scarlet wool
underwear less than half price.
Sizes 16 and 18 go at 18o. Sizes 20
and 22 go at 25c each,
WE HAVE AN
enormous stock of all kinds and sizes in
ladies', men and children's underwear,
bought early in the season! which we
are prepared to sell very cheap.
Ladies' glove-fitting fine saxony wool
garments in scarlet, white and natural
wool at 75c and$l-
MILLINERY.
vw1ini""f ht, feathera, trlnimluim, etc., JuM received miUru rked to eell quick.
Thrrrl style, fini-h Hid elegance to the Mc?aUe M.U.neiv that it entirely lurking with the or-
iltntrv in miner. Aim our price are aiwny lowvr than re found on commoner tcontlH ehu where.
l ti mil tiirP .nm in iii nnriiinu w mis ut'ifn inviii wc wm nncrun nonuav a. ro. i a n c ocs ana
miitfue until all are xivne, a hlk, iolof No. baiulTCrowueiige Watutetl rib-Mni- ul the absurd hw price of
McCABE BROS.
1713, 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Hrcond Avenuk.
Among the lot are a number of chil
dren's cloaks at prices which speak for
themselves Sizes, 4 years, we shall
sell for $1.68. Sizes, 6 years, go at
$1.90. Size, 8 years, at $2. Size, 10
years, at $2 25, etc
Our 9 and $10 plush jackets are per
fect beauties and we shall not have
more than half enough to supply the
trade as soon as a cold wave strikes us.
Even now, some of the sizes are getting
low, and in a few days more will be
quite broken. -
A new line of infant and children's
wraps, plain, plaid and stripes just
placed on sale.
A Furore
Hhm heonjereated among the ladies since
tbe receipt of those elegtot work and
scrap bankets. They are of Indian man
ufacture, and as the product is very
limited it Is doubtful if we will have any
m re this season. Call and make your
elections or what you want may be gone.
THE FAIR,
1703 Second Avenue.
-ART STORE-
BARGAINS.
5 feet bamboo easels, 88c.
8x10 gilt frames, glass and mat, 30c.
8x10 white and gold frames, giass
and mat, 85c.
Decnratiil window shades complete
with spring fixtures. 35c.
Pure Irish Linen stationery per lb.
85c.
Wall paper at cost.
KINGSBURY &S0N
1705 Second Ave.
BAKER & HOUSMAN,
Wholesale Dealers for the Celebrated
ALASKA
REFRIGERATORS
AND THE-
Pastuer Germ Proof Filters.
Copper-Smithing. Sheet Iron, Gas and
Steam Fitting, Also Sewer work.
BIKER & HOUSMAN,
Opposite Harper House.
Si 0
STORES
Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
DIAMONDS.
H. D. FOLS
7
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold
DR. McNN'S
Cough Syrup
sly. isrrfectly safend never fails to cure all
oc ana
RtWKl
Br
THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUB, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER
Cie
tuc Eleventh Cdigressional
, Distnct Carried by storm.
EVERY WARD IN ROCK
ISLAND GIVE:? CABLE
A MAJORITY.
Intimidation and
Looses Molinc;
Democrac
Bulldozing
to the
v.
But Nevertheless Gest's Ma
jority of 1576 Two Years
Ago in the County
Obliterated.
Hifcock County Tiles up 1300
and Seliuylt-r Conies up
Smilingly vitl. 800 for
IWi T. Cable.
WATERLOO FOR GEST AND
HIS OFFICE HOLDERS.
1890.
I lucb a burden through
l?reat for a mtnlv cons
"er dishonor firmly com pressed them.
od 'et t It j ired and insulted troth go
irembling bt
life not too
science tobearT
Il is not the hour for homily, but a
moment's reflection or the recent past
call forth some comment, bat words are
i'He things to fully press the con
damnation of such unwarranted ways.
Mr. Cable has been electel bv a ma
jority that should give him pride. His
own citj came to his rescue in a manner
beBtting his worth, the tame city that
gave Mr. Gest in 1888 a majority of 505.
now giving Mr. Cable a majority of 399
In the same year Oest carried Molioe by
750 majority, this year it has been re.
diced to 372 The two cities combined,
therefore. Rive Mr. Cable a majority of
Wilton .
Collins ..
Beals....'
Adams . .
Crerj'I.. .
Kohler ..
Gordon . .
Pa trull..
Browner
Campbell
Marshall
3uthwII
... St .
...m
...85
...II
...148
...J14 M
...J86 10
...17
...18o 8
...178
...158
...804 46
MOLIXB-Toul Vote.
Wilson 1028
Amber mo 188
Kriwards 1447 5is
Kaab 034
Cable 969
"t 1335 80S
Uinman 916
Crawford 1878 444
Collins 8042)
Beals iom
Vinton J279J
Vituperation and Slander
btiied at tho Polls.
Re-
i
Mori TiF. ron. toy: aki.oh
TllR HJUOO l-OR 4.0HIIAX,TOU.
Marahall tati wnuih well anil Ci
leU )irrz.M Through by a
t Nmill .Vletriiy.
n-r-
A fcfct'ul fis;ht has j list been ended.
The parM-j. to thi.-ir credit bB it sid,
have beriue the winners. The issue was
clearly lefiueil and understood by all.
No art! of speech i ou'd disguise the
facts Jtliall wc as a people be com
pelled lo submit for.ver to Ithe nartv
the question asked, and the
will be fomd in the count of
yoke,' fras
answeJ no,
the baots.
The? district
i9 so largely republican
1-
Tt sis the Bird thf t made the crow
that ;ived in the honsa that Gest built.
that few years ao tl.is democratic vic
torj would not be understood. Today
it j- easilv comprehended. We must
prest aguinst this damnable increase of
taiition by which we are kept in bonds
by the people. Our senses are our btst
evili-nee. We cn be hoodwinked no
lor.'t r. Human we are and there is a
Iit.il to our endurance The day has at
la-t arrived. We ask to be free.
Bitter things have bi-en said during
til's heat of this campaign. It is always
so. And there is nothing to regret in
honest partv strife. It is the balance
wheel of rectitude in public affairs. If
fierce, it must be the issue is understood.
It is simply the clnmr of people for their
rifbls as they understand them. This
is commendable. Bi t what can justify
a campaign of untruth, nv.lignitv
and a descent to the gutter?
Mr. Cable is a man of
the highest integrity and otherwise pes--sessed
of every quality that makes up the
. T13 the Bu-d that eat the corn that made it grow to see th
day that it could show the kind of a man who shows his hand and
that lives in the house that Gest built.
from 50 to 200 per cent. This will bring
its own just comment.
The following are the unofficial return
by wards and precincts from Rock Island
county:
ROCK ISLAND.
FIRST WARD.
Irish
I Acu'o
EST
t . .. 1 r - .nri Stomach trvihl..
Ine knoa lot au fciairc. w-m 7
Thomas Kidne and Liver
Be a Bottle Samples free.
T. EL.
. -na
1 fT
xBottles.
n
71
I lis.
I r
J
xtiwi s,
This is the Bird that made the crow
for the man to eat that lives in the house
that Gest built.
proper man in the social scale of life. He
was known here from his birth and this
bad always been his record. Yet no
sooner had he asked for the suffrage of
the people for a highly honorable office
than filification set in. What could have
been the necessity for such a course? Is
there any principlts by which it could be
justified? But a moment before he stood
as an honorable mnn and yet he must fall,
if possible, bv villninous methods. For
what? To elect a man who had already
proved unsatisfactory to the people. A
man who was in no sense wanted except
1 io carrj uui paruf an ends. A man who
51 played with tie people confidence
n v bom the people asked tn h.
"issi flo to Drevenl tiu r...i.
tn reeordnVflZ. . . '"c
liiaort .ll. M.
Cable most be iwaoned offrfwi
ueann-sione. was that !TT vill.i..
- w j
Was tbat not a crme of the deepest dye?
w as it not a wret :hed business to steal
upon a man unawares a man without
blot or blemish und plunge Into him
poisoned daggers to the very quick ? Will
all great Neptune s flood wash out this
foul stain? Who did thht Men with
whom he had live.1 wilbtnehighcstuoiiors
for years. Men ho had watched him aa
romping boy, followed him through
youth and saw h m scaling the ladder of
man's estate, ani at every step his ac
tions clean, tig tmttves pure, and char
acter unblemishi d. . And yet some of
these men who o wned not their lips to
Wilson
Amberg. . . .
Raab
Edwards . .
Cable
Gest
Rinman. . . .
Crawford . .
Vinton
Wilson
Collins
Beals
Adams
Creutz
Koebler. . . .
Gotdon
Pearsall . . .
Browner. . .
Campbell . .
Marshall
Southwell. .
Wilson
AinlxTi;
Haab
Edwards
Cable
lst
IlinniHii
Crawford. ...
Vinton
Wilton r.
Collins
Weals
Adams
Crentz
Kohler
Gordon ,
IVarsall
Brawnier
Campbell. . .
Marshall
Southwell . . .
Wilson
Amberg.
Raab . . . .
Edwards . . .
Cable
Gest
Hloman
Crawford . .
Vinton
Wilson
Collins
Behls
Adams. .
Cruelz
Kohler
Gordon ....
Pearsall . . .
Browner . . .
Campbell . .
Marshall . . .
Southwell. .
Wilson
Auiberg
ikuab
Edwards . . .
Cuble
iest
Uinman. . . .
Crawford. . .
Vinton
Wilson
Collins
Heals
Attains
Creutz
K oliler
(iordon
Peiirsall. . . .
Browner
C'ftlliplM'll. . .
Marshall . . .
.Southwell . .
Wilson
Amberg. . .
Raab
Edwards. . .
Cable . . . .
Gest
Hinmnu . . .
Crawford . .
Vinton
V ilson
Collins
Beals
Adams
Gordon
Pearsall . . .
Browner . .
Campbell. .
Creutz
Kohler
Marshall . .
Southwell.
Wilson . . .
Amberg . .
Raab
Edwards. .
Cable
Geet
Hinman . .
Crawford .
Vinton.. ..
Wilson ...
Collins . . .
A.
Creutz
Kohler ...
Gordon . . .
Pearsall . .
Browner .
Campbell .
Marshall..
Southwell.
Wilson....
Amberg . ,
Ra ib.....
E-iwarda . .
Cable
Gest ..
Hinman...
Crawford .
Vinton . . .
..251
..176
..188
..190
..208
..172
..189
..19.)
. .295
..253
..2S8
..'285
. 802
. 172
..2)7
.185
292
. 18
.192
.lfi
.2.4
75
35
C
51
HECOXD WAttn.
. .274
,.lt5
. .24H
. .2:10
. .a.v
..217
. .2."
. .24:
. .".70
. .:V4
, .K4'.l
.S4.'.
. .240
. .21 1
..2m
. .24.7
,.21
. .235
. .2S7
. .253
..217
- 711
16
4?
8
.VI
5
THIRD WAHD.
9fi
87
.295 127
..158
. .273 99
..174
..272
..176
. .260
..179
..41
..376J
..276
. .249
..214
..242
. 242
. .302 158
.144
..256 65
..191
. .2:10 19
..311
ForrtTii waui.
...21
. .204
..221
. .207
"S
. .ltS
. .215
. .203
..342
. .295
. .:i.hi'.;
..2H4S,
. .253
..IKS
. .2.i:i
. .243
. .17'J
..195
. .228
. .17
..228
14
48
4
FIFTfl WARD.
37
247 -
210
265 74
191
290 123
167
267 79
188
366
308
428$
250
208
302 145
157
278 99
179
244 80
214
177
281 104
SIXTH WABD.
108
169 51
. 166
185 19
186 21
165
165
;.1H6 21
285
1991
313
217J
I'M?
153)
.V..1U8 45
-..2 -111
. 12l
..171),
..iey io
.fio
(.190 30
BBTENTH WARD
183
..193 82
..150
..210 80
-.182 27
.133" V.
4ft fl .A.
.S1U 42
.841
::f:
Wilson 58l
Koh,' 1844 883
(,reuiz eft
Perll 1238 289
Gordon 1049
CampbelU 1344 208
Browner 1045
Southwell 1991 171
Marshall 1047
m THE COUNTY AT LARGE.
SOCTH ROCK IILAXD
Wilson
Amberg
Raab
EdwarJs
Cable
Oest
Hinman
Crawford
Vinton
Wilson
Ccllios
Beals
Adams
C tu'x
Koebler .'.
15
27
8
II rdon
Pearaall
Browner .'.
Campliell
Marshall
Southwell
SOCTH MOLPf K
Wilson
Amberg
Raab
Edwards
Cable
Gest
Hinman
Crawford
Vinton
Wilson
Collins
B-als
Adams
Cruelz
Kohler
Gordon
Pearsall
Browner
Campbell
Marshall
Southwtll
...132
...117
...139
...112
...120
...128
...125
...125
...213
...162
...189
...178.
.136
..114
...188 23
...141
81
..1H
.. 78
.170
..128
..115
.211
.127
.140
.202
.184
.16
.175
.175
4-
. 75
..282
.245
.177
.188
.183
.177
. 175
.167
.182
.203
.150
92
18
- 64
56
IS
15
2
15
53
axok rmsEK.
Wilson ...
Amlerg . .
Raab
Edwards. .
Cable
Oest
Hinman . .
Crawford .
in ton . . .
Wilson . . .
Collins ...
Bealg
Adams . . .
Creutz.. . .
Kohler. . . .
Gordon . . .
Pearsall ..
Browner 1'.
Campbell .
Marshall . .
Southwell.
Cable
Gest
Hinman
Crawford
Vinton
Wilson
Collins.
Beals
Adams
Oruetz . .
Kohler
Gordon
Pearsall
Browner
CampheM
Wilson
Amberg
Raab
Edwards
Cable
Gest
tlinman.
Crawford
Wilson
Vinton
Collins
Beals
Adams
Creutz
Kohler
Gordon
Pearsall
40 .
44 -41
43
35
47 -41
43
8U
61
60
64
47
41
43
45
9
44
40
69
14
1
6
4
45
PORT BYRON .
. 88
. 99
. 72
. 96
.113
. 88
.151
.136
. 97
.87
. 97
. 89
.131
. 87
. 91
21
24
30
91
4
BOWLING.
Browner "..".'.' 85
.. 69
. . 67 5
.. 83
..12o 85
.. 89
..128 87
.. 84
..133 98
.. 83
. . 4S
..182
..182
..133
.. 88
..133 95
.. 47
117 70
Campbell
Marshall..
Southwell
WIIon
Ambers ..
Raab
Edwanla ...
Cable
Gt
Htomaa ...
Orawluid...
VIiiumi
" . ...
Collin.
BraL
Adam
Craata . . . .
K.wr
fonkn
Praraall ...
Browner ...
Campbell ..
Marnball ..
ttoatbwaU ..
Wiisoo. . .
Amberg. . .
Kaab
Edwards . .
Cable
Gest ,
Utnuian. ..
Crawford. .
Vinton...
Wilson... .
Collins....
Beals
Adams. . .
Creutz. ; . .
Koebler...
'Gordon
..181
82
.. 63
96
IWtal 1.
.101
. 1
11
. 7S
11
. 1
MS
T
43
44
17
HAM no 2.
..114
..KM
.. M
..! II
.. VI
..m s
.. n
.117 ttt
.. 77
.us as
.. 7a
M
vi a
60
9 SO
T
77- 5
97
Ill
103X
139
sa
69
91 M. f
64
Peamll .,
Browner
Campbell.
Marshall.,
booth wall
Wilson....
Amberg...
Kaab
Edwards..
Cable
Uinman...
Crawford. .
Vinton....
Wilson. . . .
Colllrw ...
Reals
Oeotz....
Koehler...
Gordon ...
Penall...
Browner. . .
Campbell .
Wilson....
Amberg . .
Raab
Edwards..
Cable
Gest
Illnmau...
Crawford .
Vinton....
Wilsnn....
Adams. . . .
.. M 42
61
m n
54
' 40
AXTTOaS.
..64 43
W
4 4
18
63 47
5 47
18
114
93
90
4 45
1
67 61
1
T SI
16
Kt-BAL.
7 S
67
76 14
62
7l
60
74
64
SV
vai
r.t
Creutz 7.
Kophler "lll.lll
tionton .....! 'vo
Pearsall .'...'.'.! 4
Browner .'..'.'.'.' 76 -
lamitoeii m
Marshall H 57
Southwell I 54
.., BITFAIX PS Aim K.
V'l?on 117 8
100
16
10
14
47
13
Kaab.
.156 26
'rds 100
ISO ss
t .......... r
uinman -jn
Crawford 100
inion
V.llson '
26
Collins.
Bead
Adams. ....
Crentr
Koebler ....
I ion Ion
Pearsall.. . . .
Browner . . .
Campbell...
Marshall
Southwell...
Wllwa....
Aberf...
Kaab
Rriwam ..
cable
UM
Hlnara...
Oastord .
iDtoa....
Wllaoa
Cnllina....
Beala
Adaaa....
T aia....
Kohler ....
fesnlon....
Peanall...
Browner ..
caapbll .
Manhall ..
8oaUwl .
..I7.v;
. .205
..I.VI
..147
..KM
.124
. H
..127
.. W
..125
..100
..125
..101
2-J
21
25
24
....14
...tau n
....141
S
....!
...157 1
...I
...V it
....
...Jto
... 'a
...l0
....IM 4
.. im iv
...i
...Ml tl
...la
rrKaaoH cocytt.
0Mltn(eiiU. Csa-mj tl; Dop
peVe Mill tva Oest Hi. Cabta 27; B.c
vllla rvea CaMa lOS.Geat l4t;UladstotM
gives Cable 83 Majority.
. aaM cocaTT.
rreeiacCXa. 2 (! Get 80 najoriij;
aieajnp prraaci wives 11M 40 BBalorltf
ana Bm Creek 10 majority: Orel's se-
Jtnty in Moemoma rompleia U 233
Tompkins 58; Poiat Plreaaal 11; Roee
vtje gives Cable 86.
uee. majority la the county b about
witn two lownahipe estimated.
wo norm. Hot. . 4Jeai's anaiorilv
Ik U . .. . . .
" w'fi cvvaiv will not rxn4 m.
Fraxb (jrisnr.
cinui conrrr.
Three predocu which gave rrmtiM
IH majority gives Cable 2V). game
gain will five Cable 800 aaaiorli v.
In eleven preHecU Cabto rales 259
over Preatiae. His aaajoriiy wUI be 775
in the county .
Retnres from sli lownsbipe give Cable
003 majortiy.
Tblnn of fourteen precincts give
Cat.le 7 plaralitr.
ryhaylav roanly gives Cal 778 fna-
joniy. .
It cannot but be grat.fyiag to Mr.
Cable and to kla frieaila aa wall tKi ka
(Varried bis own riiv ao ban lraelv and
the county aa w II. And when the other
counties are turned to. tbe f a u are
ctiually Rratifjinff. All honor to Han
cock county that gave Mr. Cal4e e ni
joritr of over 1250' When It was said
n few data ago that tbe county would
give 600 maj.inty for CaWe some looked
upon tbe statement as incredulous. Tbil
is gain of M3 over Prentiss.
Ia Scboylrr county CabU gets a ma-
(only ff 778 aa compared to 429 for
Prtntia. rkbu5Vr koew iu du'y and
did it.
In Mercer county Cat It's majority was
40 and in Warren county Oral's majnritt
was 260 aa compared to 653 two vrara
a?o. n luaa of 893 vnics.
With all tbe means eraplnjrd to defeat
Mr. Gordon be will bave ILe satisfaction
of knowing that bis friends stood by him
to tbe last, and be is deserving of tbe
honor placed upon him.
Marshall baa defeated Southwell. He
will, as predicted for him before, make
aa excellent superintendent.
Browner was beaten by a combination
of circumatancea. chief amooi: which
were tbe trading qualities of Campbell.
Vidua was t levied by n handsome ma
jority. Of the candidates, surrrasful and
defeated, more will be said a bra the
final returns are counted.
AUDaLCaia
Wllana . . .
Amberf ..
H-mb
Kdwarda
Cable
Hiamaa
Crawfortt ...
W lleo
Ymtoa
Oollina
la ...
Adaiaa
Creou
Kohler ....
4ntna
Peamll
Hrbmaer ... .
Caaapbell
Mar.ball . .
ill.w.ll .
W )a
Aaibrrc ....
alttaia
Kaao
Cable
Oeat
Hitiaiaa
mfueil ...
latan.
vriiaoa
Collin .. ...
Beat
ASaata
Creaia
Kobler
Uordoa
Pearaall ..
Bran nee . ...
Campbell ...
narH-all ...
Soaibwell . .
Cable
Oeat
Binataa .... .
Crawford....
VIdiob
Cnlliaa
Creau
Kohler
Uordoa
Pea nail
Beoe-net ....
Campbrll ...
Haraaall
See Ui wall...
Cable
Ie:
Utuaiaa.. .. .
Oar'oit....
Wllaha
Vlnioo
Colllne
Beal
Crania
Kobler
Iordoa
Peanall
Browaer....
Campbell....
arehall....
aoalhartl...
Vllma
Amber( .
coal rturr.
...irn u
.. lie
... is
... 11
... f
...
... si
... aa a
... au
... fa
. im
'-t
. lv
. . avs
.. 7H
5
.71 1
... 74 SI
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7a IS
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a '
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... 4
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The returns from Drury are meagre,
all that is known so far being that tbe
township gives Oeat four mtKirilv. Pear
sail fourteen and Southwell eighteen over
their respective opponents.
These Incomplete returns, which will
no deubt undergo slight alterations when
the official count is made, nevertbelcs af
ford a proper Idea nf tbe sreneral
results and show a majority of
80 for Oest in tbe counts, 250 for Craw
ford. 707 for Kobler. 251 for Campbel',
153 for Gordon and 36 for Marshall.
At tide writing tbe returns from other
districts are not at band, but In the table
below will be foed tbe result so far as
known.
0 KBt THK DlwTHICT.
Uri( ainlaia for :able la Every
Cowotv Oeanavraita) Bt Je tela a.
Returns from tbe lower counties be
gin to arrive about 10 J J last night and
tbey at once conflimdinecoavKtioa that
the landslide to Cable was general. Tbe
republicans had been loud In their boesU
during tbe cam pain a tbat there was a sur
prise la store for tbe democrats In tbe
lower end. and tbey were right, but not
In tbe manner tbey predicted. Every
dispatch ebowed gains for Cab', and aa
tbey were; read ia lb Rack Itland bouse
tbe democrats ciarcked tbelr lung power
to tbe fullest estent. The dWpatcbea re
ceived were as follows:
MABOOCE COCKTjr.
Harmony gives Cable a m tjorityof 121.
gain of 22; Carthage gives Cable 71 ma
jority, sjaln 18; St, Mary's township. Ca
ble 108 maiortty. gala 68; Nauvoo, Cable
181 majority, rain 48; Prairie. Cable, ma
jority 21, Dallas City. 74; Rocky Ran.
40; VVUcoi. 80; Warsaw. 73, gain of 11;
Montebello, 87. gain 188.
Ia re: People of tbe Eleventh cob-
gressional d s rict vs. W. II. OcM: Ver
dict for the people.
' Save Hennepin" was the republican
war cry. Tbe voters heeded the crj .
Cable's plurality by unofficial count te
1715. Honula!
ilennrpie was tbe cry
won.
aod llrnaepin
tleenepla is safe.
A f 'all i Meaca.
A suefralive letter from nae .f CLi-
caito's largeat wbnW-aale rlnthieg Ixxix-a
was rtcelaej by rMmoa Jt M.a.afrlVr
yeaierday, advising their vrr Ui ome
on at once and make a bid on a Arte
aimk of overcoats Though him-a A
Moaeafe'dVr have a pteauful supp y.
tbey caani4 n-sial taking advantage c.f a
"snap" and Mr. himon left on Ihie mm
leg's trala. borne ittereatioe news way
h looked for la a cnetde nt day a.
JICKIVKB'i HALF.
Viola gives Cable 158. Oest 184. di
crstie gain. 45. Cable carries Nnrta
Henderson by 11. a gala of 10. J-iva
ptwciacu glva Ueet 68 majority; inae
prnclAcugty Oest 188 two ft an ago.
TATk OP 1LI 1NOI.
katliuucwm,
la la Cleralt Cnart la
Jok Pawta. a4wit.l.'rio. am 1 rimni
t I be eeaia ot BaiU laean.c
be ea le'eate aa4 l.lu-im kaimti aw
bear. .aaea H tx.aar4. J P k-aoaaaav
kiaxaw Max), rater I naa a4 J O. V a a
aarbrloalkiU
ioba preta. aatamletianv caaa teoaaa-wu aa
eao of lb Kin Batiea lainnm. e.
eeae4. e. la Kara liatj MuaaHepwi
Pa-laay t'oaaiwaa. alrea Wmwt. Ja nr.
Heaan, iaara M. M-l(aaera. ka-la U
Praaee. Lrl Miarp Freeerea WVaerheaa
PeeJerwaC A. Hwakakaaw. W ill lata t Hai'
1'raa. Koea WqnJiaaiaa. Tawana f
loa V tuatart aa4 J.a k. lanwut
lieorre Dnaraaaa. tv . Jaeae- ..Whac a4
7boaaaa Downit-c a.nam etc . aa Ik.aaia
Itrolnera.
Nolhe la werebr (ilea ttal be aleiea aaf a eW.
cree of iae rircait man la ab4 re Ike ro-aav of
BUara lalaaa la Ibe alal 4 Imwa. ealeree aa Ibe
auoae eairUed raaaee aa la Tbinaeik aXL , daT
f bepteaihrr.A It . pan. I atali oa e:antaa. tbe
lib 18) a.f a4 Deecaih.r. A U . lew. U ue
boar of lea ! e'cbjik as Ibe lorraaa U aa4
dar aa ibe aorta a-ue ol tbe nan boe la ibe
clljr ol Mark laad IB aaad noaalaof Mock llead.
aril, aat)u W tbe afru. aj ol aa4 caa.Snaeauw
by aa4 circa roan.1 at oabiar axtk atke
btcbeat btdoer or baddera aaua Ut leraaa beceia.
al let aad laaald decree aaraaaraard. a I ah rair
wer of aa-d e-iraeaM tbe hot a lalaal A Hiaa
Btrawl Railwaf Coeaa. aatd raDaaf ealeadiac
trona Ik earner of tw-eenieeih aueei e4 Pirx
aeeaoe la eeaa clre uf turn k lalaad Unart ad
alone Ihea-reeio aad aeraae- of aaad riia So a
point al or near ibe anainern Ueatta of aaad city,
and tbawie wrer He ricM M wa aad la hi aar
and akans omnia maia ami birkoaaa ia tbe loan
or Buwtb hUk lalaad 10 aud an n uae nedfea wow
owned by tbe aad r of Knr a l-aaad aaaiaa
hwk rler aeiw.ea ibe town aaf heara and tbe
bl of Milan, and fneac oter end am at ceetaio
etreaxe aad a hoc rmaada In aaad kuwa or cita f
Mllaa to Ha terminaa Ibereia aad larlndine tbe
beatf h extend iae Iran ll-e Iowa aaf beave -fu.-
aald lu tbe nick Mnl aa ibe baa of !. k nef
awownaa pia.a ttae a a ' Tower, tufeiber
wuk all aaid railnar eonaaa,r r (bl of mf. real
eelale. tro-e. road bad. tract aadelraa.
awiickea. trow, tie, caca and atauoa luaiiL
bama. atotora. roiliaa? aeark. car, aaram. aaa
cbint rr. iuo.a. IwuarakeBta aad bainadmca and all
earn mower conapaar a acotn-te. avoilaacea aai
apoerlaaiaaceaof arfteer oet kind aad devrtptaoa
aaUarlwaoaWkaulDrlakWM
orfewdanl railaai cenia.a. avladinat inoae aaa
aiaaaeaaiua oa ceeirol of PraJemk Hi
irtrtarc aoaoiBied receiver nereln and
a back aaae bcrcarur and prut to eaxb .
oaued ba blaa. letrepiiac ueaocibeb-aaall
Bah-aaind U laud auwet railwae aww ih
Uae naada aaT aald reaelarr and all aab ae aaar
arte, froaa of rrow oat u ibe aaa of aad tailoar
prtapertr abd IraaanW. or naav oai to M I If
reiaar prtorto bia aarrea4erlb p.ia. aioa or aaid
railaaraadpeoiaFeia aa be aaid diiera iaruided
loeetborwiih nd tbe rcbi. prtriarfea aad rVea.
cbiaaa of aaid defesdaiit railwae oaua,i to
Baialalaan4oferaie H.eaM railaaa ai d aairfoa
lla baalaaaa. andta wutuiaia and aperaie n. aawd
railway orer. aka.j. arnare aad lbru.(b ibe a roeia
a ilei a ruada aad pawie frroande of aaid cut of
K r laland.aaadkfwaof M.laaaad aald leaaabip
of boatb H" lalaad. aad oaer and a)c 'ba
aaid bnda-ea apaaainf ttak rirer. aad all aaacr
raybla. prteileew aad f raacfclaara akal-aeerr be.
maciBf loercuaaarcted attktaeaaid railway rwaa
paa; aU of aud railway, preai ee. pnaperir
rifbia aad taiclb-cea briar eileaeed ia tbe aoanif
af Itnck lalaad af.ea-aalo arid aaia ariaa- aabven
Berenaeleaa laalnteaa lor Uaeaaran a ai.ia.
eeaeeal or aaecatl. wbi h tnay kaae accraed aad sa
aaaia a reoa oraar maacb aaua.
TKHUwl aALK. Taa IbnnaanS (ieifB
doiiare la caa dow a al tbe Utae ad aaud aale. aad
laaramaindef apua laaatproani and aneraataja
of n h aaaa bt aald email man
liaied at hock l.laad, lUiaota. tkla itk day af
javvaaaoer, m V livi
fRCDKRICE BA4.
Karehetaad aprvtal M aetee aa I aaaerrf.
leatb
ra
IOO Years Atro
raoale dldal esaect to read at at a, wVatee
laga, aad aaaa pa were a laiary aaacy body dldal
bar. a
nw. wa tare alartrt lata day. aadiiaijbady has
aaa.p; Vat a OOOD bafas la aUB a aalary, wfcjrk
awrrMy aoaaBt aare.
1 wish roe d rail aad eee tne
LITTLE JEWEL T.Airp-
Mhiaf raany new. aad taa aretOeet aad aaet
Vet, ca ad la
aucallekar, tt.
O. U. LOO 8 UK Y
- caiJiAA.no auns.
A
McimniE Bros.
Co
Cooler vceatbrr at ka4 jeat tWfi IH to pe
naind of Uae cnlder days to perns. We want to
eepoly yrwr netds In cxnd vcfiber Ifooda. May bay aw
I'SDERKEIR. U yoe ned now yowreail kw
a boat tbe cbOdrent Call aad Inepeet er linen In
white, acerl and naurrat We ennld name nrlowi en
aeveca. linen but van via kneer mock aaore mi tbe
aloe wbe yon aee la tea. We are ere yon nrtfl aj
fejrctate low pciora.
CLOAKS- Have yon Barn war Use of
Children's Cloaks?
A v-ialt to Ula iVraartaaoal will repay Ton.- rial is
plains and otber effesta from 4 years to 18 yearn.
The best thing ebont tbe wbole array erf children
aad mtee cloaks te that ibey cwt eo little money ibi
Haal mertt nt amaa cost. Biiag ibe cbUdre
In.
More nboet ledbpa' cloaks wbe-a am bare Lbe apace.
I e Ibe mean Ume nay n Mt to tbe ladWi ofnttoarmt.
n't fotewt raarr Uaaket tVyrttB-eet. White bcr4as
et5en pair. Crrey talankeis at 81 IS n pair. Xat
pure Aneuallaa wont, of conrae smc bwt tbey erCI keep
yon warm. Lena of better roes . Ton abt to nee
art'io all wool eravrkrt blaakct.
McINTffiE BROS.,
Hock Island. Illinois.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
THE POPULAR
Furniture and Carpet Dealers
Have the largest xtab!lahavat West of CbJenw.
DO NT FORGET THK PLACE.
CLEMANN & SALZHAtin.
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. Ut, 128 ,n4 128 aixtaenlh Strf,
ROCK ISLAND.
iscnnrvnaTaiD ctca rat ran nrars law.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL. .
"-4ai., fr-wjaa a. leB aaaad faawaay aiawlaaa faaw y aa HtaaA.
Five percent latr.at paij on Dpomit. Money loenexl on P.-a.;r.
later al. or Koal Catnu Bocniitj
k. P. kATaoUra. Pawa.
r C. OttlltVa, Vtcerawa.
. - mcruma. raai..t.
r. tm ataaefl. I P Rereoida. r C DrUaaaa r, a .
. naeoea.
J J.lr
tv Ul Wia Wm
a
i. aaaa a a a. a
Hcmav. BWaaaaana.
lalf S. leas, aad ana exarayf aaaaM4 1
i a-lta atruAjag Lfraaa
Thoroughly Good Millinery
nndobtawi!y provos mnob cbsapaat tn
tbe end.
Tbe reputation wrfeleb r bar a
tablUbed tor kaeplrn tbe beet and latact
style niinory la tbe city. Is nrmly ap.
bald by EVERY HAT AX D BOXXET
SHOWN- Thorn Is n ctteuncuvn ITT
aiei STYLE at4 an ELEGANCE of
USUI nbont oar mininory wkicn Is
due entirely to tbe rnpertoritj U the
making. Our DESIGNS am ORIGI
NAL ani PRIVATE to (rnrselTna. ani
therefore, cannot be du plica la J with
tbe FASHIONABLE EFFECT.
MRS. P. GREENAWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
Narrow Escape from Fire!
Bat prices went JiW4 to tneeCtba araats of nvwry one vrlaalna; tn bar
Furniture-
OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY, Etc.
PRICES IS PLAIN FIGURES
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
Ko, 1911 and 1913 SWoaJ avenoe.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH "
$2.50 Per Gallon. S
KOHN & ADLER,
MARKET SQUARE:
A.
AT 1C aTr
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nCTTOX'S
Hat you seea 8chneld4rra
S2.5G
m Wen's Calf Shoesl
not, caJl aa4 Uaeas, n4
lae4 thai , tt
paOUoa.
mm
Male. Shoes look new. Softe&t
Leather. We recommeted it
FOR BTTLE.
ErEABILTTT.
FTT ASD PRICaa
Onr Men a &4vs.i cant tm bene
We are Leaders la
UDIES' SHOES,
atlowtajt prtoee. AB are aak
b a trial
Ml Fifth. Aveawe,
GEO. SCHNEIDER. Jr.,
RtiqI()s B'oet.
llll Seeond Avenne.
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