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Tiwvakk And House
W! SECOND AVENUE.
Hs lit !v'rt'ti-ij among the Indies since
the nvrifi of 'h,1e elegant work and
irrp basket. They are oT Indian man
ufsrturf. and as the product is very
limit!-! it is doubtful if we will have any
m re tin season. Call and -make your
ajlivti.'ns or what you want may be gone.
1703 Second Avenue.
A. J. SmiTH & SON,
F" "t.Kk it now rebate with Xovelti.. fall and compare onr took and jiricr.
A. J. SMITH 5c SON,
1-"5 and 137 West Third Street. Odd. Masonic Temple. DAVENPORT.
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-WALL PAPER COMPLY-
31, 314: Twentieth St..
And PostoiEcs Block, Moline. ROCK ISLAND.
FINE WALL PAPER-EdwiTe iwm, Tnr the flUwinr t Unrrn WH Paner
1 .i' ",; hlri:e " Jn"y fo.. Hobrrt . Bohth Co.. Ntv.n A liariland. Xe
1 . rs w all ppr nd (nhen tirae ft o.
F.K('l'N I-PEOIALS-Wblch include all the Art japcre. Prices from 10 lo 90 per rent
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Howard Watches, Imported Watches,
H. D. FOXSOM.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Ipish Cough Syrupy
Acta quietly, it perfectly aafef nd nerer fails to cure all Lung troubles.
1111 n- 10c, 25c and 50c Bottle.
Hadlctoa kaowa lor aU Kidney, Vamf mmi Stoaaaca tnablts. la
e Bottle Bamplea free.
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ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
5 feet bamboo easels, 83c .
8x10 gilt rratnea, 'glars and mat, 30c.
8x10 white and gold frames, glass
and mat, 35o.
Decorated window shades complete
with rpring fixtures. 3"o.
Pure Irish Linen stationery per lb.
Wail paper at cost.
KINGSBURY & SON
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Druggist, Bock Island.
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THE ORGAN'S COl'KSE.
Umavorj- Methods Adopted by the
)'!;. Mlnrt-prrMeatatioa. HalicBlas
he lte1. Abanlac Prraaattl rkarae
ler and a Kmart la tiallee Helped t
well Mr. Cable M.jarliy.
The Union teems troubled with regrets,
but the Rreatest regret that skould attend
it is the despicable part taken by the ed
tor of that sheet. That his conception
of manliness bssbeen long since distorted
is known in this community t ul it was
not to be expected that he would forget
every principle of desency in otder that
an opponent should be defeated. He
must have known there were limits to the
most strenuous colOicIs. The public
acta of a man asking for the support of
the people may be inquired iato. discuss
ed, closely acaljzed and condemned in
the strongest terms, but thei the line is
drawn. A man's personal peculiarities
his physical defects or the aC'aira of his
family are not public property to be held
up to tbe public gaze and to them atten
tion directed. These matter) are sacrid
to himself. A man's houe it his castle
in more senses than one it is a strong
hold against the strong arm of tbe law
and should be a moral bula ark against
tbe shafts of bitterness cause d by oppost
It has bensaid of old "of the deadssy
nothing but good." and this maxim haa
been cherished for its sacred admonition.
Its power has never lessened. Yet in
the face of all this the fMiot saw fit to
drag into tbe mire of politics the name
of the late Mr. P. L Cable, and attribute
to him motives unworlhv of tbe man and
the record which he left behind him.
Surely this was a crime against tbe com
mandmecls. againat Christianity itself,
against decency and maDliasss and true
wor:h, againrt everything tuat lends to
build up the sweetness and mortlity of
human life. It did not stop to consider
the depths of its degradation. It would
have invited companionship witn bis Sa
tanic majesty and freely consorted with
the imps of perdition in or ler that a lit"
tie vantage ground might t e gained. It
not only acknowledged it -If as devoid
of til semblance of decrnry and jus' ice
and honorable motives, but it exhibited
the cloven hoof in such a way as to de
feat the itnoble ends for a hich it unlaw
When the r"isi is mentioned readers
will understand that its editor. Walter
Johnson, is responsible for all it con
tained. The reputable element of his
party condemned bia course, but be bad
neither the wit to stop 1 or judgment to
dobattie in a mure decent and honorable
way. From first to last he was at tea in
an open boat, without rodder or matt or
compass, pluneing bither and thither, in
venting schemes that -ere in keeping
with his mental make-t p, flopping at
nothing, shrieking! now in one key now
in another, pleading at one time with tbe
pathos of despair and t.t another lime
challenging to a combat, and alt the time
with tbe one hope that lomelhing might
be gained. Tbe means were nothing, the
ends were everything.
During the campaign tbe Union was
one continued lie on tl e tariff, on local
happenings of a politica' nature, on pub
lisbed letters that werr never written-
even by the anonymous namea attached,
on conclusions drawn f-om every source
ra matters moral ami political, tn ibe
flush of hope and tbe throes of despair
always, always an elongated faltbebood
Personal affairs thai it no way affected
the issue before the people were dragged
to the front and there discussed for the
purpose of leading aws y the mind from
the matters in band its well at to vent
a petty.contemptible spite.
Such was the court e punned by tbe
I tint through tbe vicious and abort
sighted policy adopted by its editor. It
mt7 attempt to find a reason for the de
feat of Mr. -Gest which it not fonnded on
truth, but one of the reasons that will
always stand forth is the mode of war
fare followed by thi.t paper and iu
A Kewwrtl fair M a Defaccra.
It seems incredible that anyone ac
tuated by jealousy, w presume, abound
sloop so low at to deface advertising
tignt. Sach actiont are unheard of in
onr history, and to determined are we to
find out by whom tbe cowardly deed i
done that we wiB chierfnlly Hive to any
party bringioc - poaiti ve proof, one hun
dred dollars ( M0.) Ispecifullv.
Losdi .k ClOTHnt Co.
Jk. Taj- iT leara.
The foDowing was tent to the Aaocs
yetterday written in a tr mbirag. unde
I wish to goodnett they woold get up
one other qneetioa for the people to
di viie on beside tbe I triS. . Oite-kalf of
them do not onderaU nd it. and the other
half care nothing ab mt it. Bon VtQj
ia admtity. - 1 r u . , .
THE ROOg XSLANU
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They Continue to Show Deiuooratic
Pkeaaaalaal Itaa af 4'able la the
Eleveaia ItlalMrl-Tae l.eslalatlvo
Tbe democratic mrjnritiea increase aa
the returns come in. While this it true
of the entire country and while there hat
been a perfect landslide everywhere the
democratic gains are nowhere any more
phenomenal than In Rock Island county,
and as far at the Eleventh congressional
district is concerned the triumph of Mr.
B. T. Cable is tbe political sensation of
the hour in Illinois. He has given Rock
Island county to the democrats for the
first time in thirty years on a national is
sue and and has rntde a change of 3 900
votes in the county in two years. In the
district outside of Rock Inland county
his run has been of an equally mtniScent
order at tbe flguret given be'ow thow.
He hts conq'ired, too. in the face or the
most determined and desperate opposi
tion. Xot before had tbe republican ring
leaders in Moline shut down the fac
loiies while the manufacturers and bosses
went to the polling places and endeavor
ed t intimidate their men into fallowing
their dictates; but in spile if all. the dem
ocracy awept tbe field. Tbe table submit
ted herewith show complete returns as
'"Vis A ULOItlOl t VIlTORV.
4'able'a Art a at IMaralttlea 4ver treat
Tbe following comparisons of plurali
ties by counties show that Cable carried
five out of the seven count es in the dit
triet, and has an .actual plurality of 1.814.
. T7S Total
Cfcblr'a plurai tty la !
The returns by counties from the
Eleventh congressional district outside of
Rock Is'aad county are:
Cahthagk. Oct. 6 Tbe official count
givea Cable 1.242 plurality.
fcam.tR cot sty
RrsHviLLK. Oct. The official count
gives CableS 124. Gest 1.348; Sheldon 60;
CabVt plurality 77. '
Alkdo. OjI. 6 Mercer county's offi
cial count gives Cable 2 147; Oeal 2.140;
Cable'a plurality 7.
Mobmocth. Oct. . Oesl's majority in
Warren county is tSO.
Macomb. Oct. 6 Cable's plurality in
McDonough county ia 170.
Ovuakwa. Oct. 6. Gest geu Hender
son by 195.
TheOaieial Vate afflearT t aaalr aa
tfce Varlaaa 'aa4iatra.
Cakbridoe, Oct. 6 Tbe official
count on tbe legislative ticket civet Yin.
ton 4284J. Wilton 2726. Collins 4733.
Adding 10 these tbe Rock Island conn
ty totals, tbe vote of each in tbe district
it tbown to be: Vinton. 9.004 ; Wilson,
5.591. Collins, 8.91S. Beals. 8.967.
COSGKATCLATK Kl FROat AX OLD FKIEKD.
The following message came from
Chicago to the Argus this afternoon. It
will be read by many with interest:
Chicaoo. Not. 6 Permit me to con
gratnlale tne democrati and tbe large
number of republicans of my old home'
wbo voted for Cable; tur tbeir condemna
tion of the Reed usurpation and Mc-
Kinley outrages i$on honest labor. No
force bill for a free people.
1. S Drake
ALD ILL DEAD.
-eVell-lkaaara t ills -a Expire
Aid. Frask 111 died at hit home on
Seventeenth street at 2:55 this afternoon
of a complication of troubles with which
he haa been a sufferer for a long time.
Three months ago he came home from
Europe where be had gone with hopes
of beneficial i results discouraged and to
He was fifty-nine years of age, and
leaves a wife and eight children. He
was one of Rocs. Island's most tnccettfnl
manufacturers and batinett men and
S50.000 to loan oa real eataU security.
ia sums of f 300 and upward, at lowest
carrent rates of interest, with oat 00 m-
miasioa, E. W. Hunt, Attorney at
law. Rock Island.
Toa shonld always insist npoa recov-
ig the geaawe Salvalioa Od. ia yellow
wrappers, race 25 eeala. All others 1
The king of medicines Hood's Sarsa-
parHla. It cowqaen tcrofala. tail rheaai
aad au otaar Mood dlaeaaea. j-
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Joe II tts has distppetred.
The impoited workers htve gone.
Nice Missouri applet bv the ne.k
busnel, or barrel at Long's.
This it no blow. Enelin will mike a
good pair of pantaloons for 95.
The IUinoit Woman SufTraze state
convention is in session at Moline.
Well, the republicans ought not to he
entirely discouraged. Tbey still have
Lost or stolen A congressional com
mitteeman. Return lo W. II . Getl and
What in the world hat becnm of
-Square Facts?' Have Messrs. Warr
and Eastman gone fishing?
Wanted A few anonymous corres
pondents. No requirement aa to identi
fication. Applv at 1fttV' office.
The republicans should not eive ud all
hope. They elected Crawford. Surely
they have reason yel to be prond.
Wm. Simmons, the wholesa'e thief.
was held in bonds of 1 KlO yeaterday
mornine. and Anderson Williams, the
pants thief, in f 100.
There wdl- be an exhibition Blvun at
B iffalo Prairie school house !a urdty
eveninj?, ov. 8,h, by the young people
of the neighborhood.
Tbe eighth annual hall of tbe ulum
bert. gas and steam fl'ters' eub of the
three cities will be held tt Turner hall.
Oavenport. tomorrow etening.
Wsnted some reliable infoimsjion that
will lead to the recovery of a good-sizd.
well-built cba'rman of a congressional
committee. Send to W. U Get
Mrs. Dr. Edward Evert returned
borne to St. Louis this morning, after
spending three weeks with Mis Dugsn
of Elm street and Eighleectb avenue.
Boss Wells wears crape on his hat sal
is a man or very rew words. The othi r
postmasters who bav been Otal's par
ticular peu sjmpatblie as only they can.
f lot) will be cheerfullv given lo any
one bringing positive proof of tbe party
or parties who have been in any wav de
facing tbe London siens.
W. L Coyne has entered in the circuit
court of Scott county his f lS.fkkJsuil for
damages against E H. Cover, et al . for
alleged malicious p'oseculion. tbe facts
in the case being familiar to all.
Tbe "White Elephant." No. 1616 Sec-
ond avenue, has angaged tbe tervicet of a
first class cook, which will now make hit
lunch counter more attractive than ever.
Soup served from 9:30 to 12 every day.
Already the Aross has it from r liable
sutboritv that the g o. p. is new crct'r
ioe its nopea oa Crawford aa iu only
available congressional candidate two
years hrnre. Craa for I ia tbe hero of
Preailrnl Walker and Director Buck
ingham of the Holmes syndiftate are in
ibe city, conferring with tbeir efficient
local manater. Henry Srhnitger, con
cerning the final arrangements for the
News comes from Keokuk that D. J
Chinn, fonnerlT of Milan, ranks fonr ia
the class ot 1990 and 91. college of Pbv
sicians and Surgeons there, and not only
passed to examination aa to qoaliOca
tiona for entering the college, but is ac-
quiung himself with credit.
"One Who Knows" and tbe other lit
erary contributors to the moraine paper
published in this city htve all been
granted indefinite vacations, so it is said,
and there is a widespread rumor thai the
editor of the concern ia thinking of fol
A team attached 1 1 one of Benson's
hay wagons got away on Market tqoare
this morning and after knocking Frank
Lucas ttowa and severely braising him.
dashed down West Seventeenth street lo
First avenue. James Net so a. of Moline.
however, mounted the wagon, oa tbe fly.
from the rear, aid running up to the
front seized tbe reins and brought Ibe
horses to a stop.
Tbe republ eana now turnwith sorrow
to the eleriioa lat apring when they per
mined T. H. Tnotnaa. one or their most
competent Managers to be cruelly
slaughtered for school direct.. Mr.
Thomas did not retaliate thta fall by
fighting Oett but the fact that be did
not ngni lor mm coal the party tome
lotset that swe'led the tide tbtt bat
swept Gealisra off. ibe fare of the earth
ia the Eleventh congressional district.
Mr. J. T. Henderson, of Ale1o. Mercer
aounty. was ia the city today. He is
one of the representative denvarrtlt of
Mercer county and ran oa the democratic
ticket for treasurer this fall but was de
feated by a very narrow majority. The
Twenty-fourth senatorial diatrict- wbb-h
includes Mercer, Uenderton and Hancock
counties, a district alwaya republican.
tends two democrats to the legislature
The Verne Seals came dowa aad re
tamed to Clinton.
1 be Ltoa brought dowa eight ttriogv
of logs and the Ls CI aire Bel's thirteen.
The Uetea Mar catae down with eight
strings of lumber.
The Inverness came dowa aad tbe B
Hers hey panted op.
The ataee of the war was 3i3 at noae;
tbe temperatarn oa the bridge 66.
A trwM Ware Preatseteat.
Aa or.'er came to lb Aaars from tbe
tigaai tervioa noreaa taia aiieraoua to
hoist the cold wava signal iadieatioat
01 a drop 01 twenty-four degree in tbe
tmperatare bj lofaorrow atorafng.
DoaT miss teeiBf cur ta3 stack of in.
grata carpets. We ataka a tp-tcialty of
Aagera, taa aew weave. Tbe
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The funeral of the Itte II. C. Whit
ridge occurred yesterday afternoon. Tbe
remains were viewed at the residence of
Mr. Wm. Jackson, on Twentieth ttreet.
by a large coneour-e o.' people atii jus to
pay Ibeir last tribute lo tbe esteemed
citizen. The body was escor.ed from
Mr. Jackson's tesidence to Trinity rburth
by Everts Commandrry Knights Tem
plar, tbe pall bearers to the cbunb being:
Messrs. R. Crampum, Ben Hall. E P.
Pinneo. Lncian Adams. R. II. Hudson
anl;eo. Bennettall of tbe church ves
try. Rev. It. F. Swee'. rett of tbe
pariah, officiated. There were a great
many floral tributes from the Knights
Templar here and at Peiria. from the
veatry of Trinr.y church, and from I lie
employe of the R-k Is ar.d A lVoria
After :he servicea at the rl.urrn. Everts
Comma ml ty t.H.k t bar je of the teniatra
and conducted tin ui to C'hippiannock
ci-metrry. the pall-beaicM beins. Sir
Knittu W. T. MaciH. H P. Hull. J. II.
Llofd. John Crnlaugh. E E. Parmenler,
and W. II. Fmilb. The c n nvniis al
tbe grave wer? conducted by Kn.inenl
Commander J M Montgonu-ry and Pre
late R F. Sweet, the oliier kni.tiiis join
ing in the s tlrmn and beautiful ritual of
t'je ord r.
UtC AL .NOTlt Era.
Ojsters at Kn.ll A Math's
Hnrd wo.d stE C M. K -an's a. -ft
Go to Holtirook's. Davenport, for car.
peu and silk curtains
Send your friccds t Kreli A Math 'a
for a dish ir ran of fre-h oTt'ers.
Call and the hand rarvnl fieti room
tuiu-s at Holbtook'a. Itavinp.rt.
For Sale A g.d famdr iSfr-e and '
pharloa. Enquire at Atuas otbor.
Parlor auiles ai.d f arcv rbaira of er. ra
dearriptioo al HolSr.a.k's . D.vmixrt.
Ic cream 'wii on band and aritt.1
by the iliah all winter al KMl Jt Math a
A bindaome line of tw.k ra-s and
Cabinets ju-t rcr; ivrd at II lbr-k a. Dav
An e'egant afcrtrornl of dining taMis.
chairs tnd bat rack at U..l!.ro4.a. I.v
Wbeo yoat jl a rice di-h of freah
o valet j step in Ui Krell i Mam a aivl or
der them Bp ia any styic.
Tbe bouac. 922 Second avenue, for
ale or rent. S-r. m,,. In .v( t,.r
lnq-t re at 11 3 Sx-ond avenue.
Adams, tbe rre.tit man. is showing a
beautitol line f fa'l patterns to crils
Call and see him, 3.'. BraJy street. IaT
Bear in mind we d-t cot uUit making ire
cream when cold weather aeU in. aad you
can get It in any u'tantity ia the ooMrst
weather. R nenrer Knrll A Math's an 1
ret the best
The Cmwn dining b!'. No. 17ih Sec
ond avenue, is now ready tu fnraish yoa
the heal meal in the city for 25 cents. A.
n. job aeon, proprietor.
J Z. WbB-rsms. - - - Maaao-r
A Host of Lovely Women
The rare LacreM aa4 B. -t Raile-oa
Uiuautiua itAaira Heiiai
aad bntbur ILaa tier.
ENGLISH FOLLY CO.
Eeerrthiac New. ta a ew Yeea of tb
aKi. l oaairal. ?cfralar Banrid
Or, Wrecked ia Moonland.
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SATURDAY, NOV. 6th, 1S90.
Special Eaeaeasbett of the P.olar
Ia Lis Famous Mnsicsl Comedy
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ELGIN CORSET CO,
Hock Island. Illinois.
Have the largest establishment Wast of CUce-.
DO NT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEM ANN & SALZr.iA.JN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nob. 121, 128 a,ud 12a Sixtntl. Strvt,
txc-oaroRATxa taoia tie tie tTArB Law.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, TT.T.
Opra dar feoat tauiia.ul Saaartay avwlaffs fiwa la tatla.
Five per cat nt interest paiioaDepotiu. Money loaned oa Peraoaal.: CoL
laterat. or Real Estate Secant
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Narrow Escape from Fire!
But pn,-,t went Ja to mswCthw waate of ever owe wriahiac to bav
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OIL CLOTHS, SHADES, DRAPERY. Etc.
PRICES IS I LAIN Fiai'RES.
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
Si 111 aa l 113 SxMd aeeeoa.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
TvO I IISr & ADLER,
TaIDttTel to 219 SetreDt4-4ntIa 8tt
F- r La la Ftae Sa in a'J the aw style aad aana-a.
For Ladas F.ae Party K ptatrt ia aew aad catchy sta4ta
F. Mca's Pateat Lea'acr. OrJovaa and Freach Calf ia aew fa3 eljltax.
STABY, BERG EE tt ESXLL,
Secoed aad Hartiana !; Sucre aaor i ia G M. rWhaalJt, Datvnaawt.
M. E. MURRIN,
Choice Family Groceries
CVar. TWW avcaae aad Twratyrat rX. Rack laiaaat
A tl 4rUaaB tnCeai A aaf llnarit n m t-a, sm-.fl a a. : s m.
rtet.,w tM - w.e -
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions.
tm ewa .aa.Llb m-mmm at tW beat aekcea. rVm lul . aj
Maket Short look ae-w. fScftetta
IntSet. Wc frfornrnettd it
GEO. SCHNEIDER. Jr.,
t9t FiftA A era tat. Hit Saaaa4 Atwaast,
ReTaoaf t Bat aa. Ear -t tr--
Cooler weather at hand jaat eao(h ttiUI u re
aniad nea of taa coldar days to coat. Wa treat ta
so poly your needs la cold weather goods. May a toe
UNDERWEAR. If yoa weed bob taarsatt bow
atmat the child rea? Cat aad I aspect war Uaea ta
white, scarlet aad aataraL Wa could atta prteet ea
several line bat Vow will know atacb twora of taetr
valae when yoa are them. W are tart 741 tvUI ap
preciate low price.
CLOAKS- navt yoa atea our Use of
A visit to ait cVpartnaenl trill repay row. Pi aid
plalas aad other etTctt fraaa 4 year to IS Jsar.
Tbe best thing aboat the whole array of calUnee
aad mtaee cloaks It that they cost ae little aaotary tM
sraat. Real aatrrit at email coat. Brlag tbe call Are
Mtre aboat ladies' doak a when wa beta ibe tpana.
It tbe sneaa tlate pay a eaait ta tbe lad taa aWparUaeat-
I"S l rwget oar blaaket departaaeat. Wblta bee-la
t " t pair. Otry tMaaket at tl-lS a paar. No
pure Anttraliaa wool, af coarse aot. bwt tbey will knap
you warm. Lot of better nee. Tea a hi ta eae
our t 50 all wots near let blanket.
J. tl- BVPOKa, C-aahMS.
t - t. - jiam - - - ,,,, 9. A M jT
Hat yoa liclttiSn'm
Mens Calf Sho8sI
If aot, ca3 anal at Laeaa. mtA a mm
Sa. ttM Tifta Avewa. UTaCX Itt ttp s'
rrr axo pricx,
, Ov Meat bLcm taal a Uat.
We are LraAer ka
LADIES' SHOES, . I
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