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THE ARGUS, THUKSDAY", OCTOBEli 20, 1892.
It will pay you to call see my grand stock of goods,
and make your selection for Sunday dinner. I
have the finest assortment of
and my Vegetable line is always complete
consisting of everything seasonable in the market.
CANNED GOODS A gwV.ice at my store as you
are passing on the strc :t, will convince you that
it is the most replete i.-. the tri-cities.
BOTTLE GOODS Theu is nothing in this line
that you cannot find on my shelves.
1620 Second Ave.
2"Note this space and examine my Bulletin every week.
EVERY FOND MOTHER
is anxious to have her son nicely clothed the year
around. But especially is she desirous of having
him comfortably dressed when the autumnal tints
announce the close approach of winter. The
Daily Argus has determined to relieve the solici
tude of some one mother in Rock Island regard-
ing tne wearing apparei oi ner son
for the coming cold weather. But
he who wears the clothes must
win them. This is the way he
can secure them: By soliciting
subscribers for The Daily Argus.
To the boy who brings to this
office prior to November 1st, 1892,
the greatest number of the ap
pended subscription order blanks,
signed and filled out by a respon
sible person not already a regular
THE DAILY ARGUS,
will be given a suit of clothes:
XRG US OFFICE, City:
Please have the DXILY XRGUS delivered
to me at.
until furllier notice.
Boys, here is a chance to earn a suit of
clothes easily. Let every enterprising boy strive
for the prize.
NOTICE TO CONTESTANTS Subscriptions for
this contest will only be counted when handed in on
one of the above blanks. None will be printed except
those appearing in TH E DAI LY ARGUS. If the paper
received at your home does not furnish enough blanks
orders, your neighbor will undoubtedly allow you to
clip this essential matter from his.
Who will be the first to send in a name?
J. B. ZIMMER,
THE WELL KNOWN
and Leader in Styles and workmanship, has received
3jCa ll and leave your order.
Stab Block Opposite Habpkb House:
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
First Vote and Then See That
You Vote Right.
SOME POINTS TO BE CONSIDERED.
The Safest Plan to rnnine on Klection
Day Look Well to Your Ballots The
I.eg:ltIative and Connty Tickets in Partic
ular Don't Neglect Three Votes for Mul
ligan Candidates Contrasted.
Every democrat should make up bis
mind to do his full duty on election day.
If the party does not win this time it
will be the fault of its members and
nothing else. No democrat should neg
lect his duty, which is to vote, and hav
ing done that himself, to see to it that
his neighbor is not negligent. To vote
is the first duty, to vote right is a duty of
equal importance. The safest plan, as a
matter of course, is to vote the demo
cratic ticket straight, m&kinp a cross in
the circle at the top of the ticket marked
Democratic Ticket." Naturally no
democrat will neglect this as far as the
national and state. tickets are concerned.
But republicans, seeing that the jig is up
with them, are endeavoring to have their
democratic friends do tome scratch -
ins. Down in Hancock ennn.
ty there is to be some tall
tradine among the republicans on tte
congressional and legislative ticket the
latter in the Twenty fourth senatorial
district. The friends of Marsh are trad
ing Senator Berry, who is a candidate
for re-election in that district, for votes
fcr the congressional nominee, and Ber
ry's frieads are up to nu3. and piling
off the political debt in kind ts fast as it
is incurred they are swapping Marsh for
Berry votes. The best thing that the
democrats can do down that way is to
attend to business and let this little re
publican wrangle do its own work.
The Legislative Choice.
In the Twenty-first senatorial district
republicans are having their fun over an
attempt by some sore heads in Henry
county to defeat J. H. Mulligan, demo-
cratic candidate for the legislature. This
opposition originated among a number of
soreheads in Henry county. The demo
crats ,of Rock Island. county conceded
Henry county the nomination this vear
because it was entitled to it, and will
support the nominee. Henry county
democrats ought certainly to do likewise.
The duty of every democrat in the Twen
ty first senatorial d'strict is to cast three
votes for J. H. Mulligan for the leisla-ture.
The Connty Ticket.
On the county ticket democrats should
be equally true to their party nominees.
Do not be misguided by republican mis
representations as to the fitness of their
candidates. They never were so weak on
this point. The incompetency of Oam
ble their camdidate for circuit cierk has
been demonstrated time and again, even
to the exeat of involving the county in
expense to provide for his deficiency as
a public official. Peter Frey is in every
way the man for the office. As between
Searle their nominee for state's attorney
and M.J. McEniry, the democratic candi
date there is no kind of comparison. Mr.
McEniry stands head and 6boulders above
his opponent. He is a Rock Island
county boy, to whom the nomination
came as a tribute to worth, whereas the
republican candidate secured the nomi
nation after a hard fight, and is a chronic
for office, rather than a fit man to en
trust wi'.h the responsible duties of pros
ecuting attorney of the country.
For coroner, Winslow Howard is by all
odds the man who should be elected and
the people will so express themselves on
The Safest Plan of All.
All in all the safest plan for democrats
is to vote their ticket straight, and don'i
forget three votes for J. H. Mulligan for
As a preventative of the crip Hood's Sar
saparilla has grown into great ?avor. It
fortifies the system and purifies the
New Home Sites.
Secure homes in the Keystone district.
The plow shop has shut down for three
days for repairs.
nanry Siddons, of Rockford, is in the
city on a Bhort visit to relatives.
Houses for sale on the installment
plan, or to rent by E. H. Ouyer.
MifS Hattie Barnburner left yesterday
for Chicago to attend the World's Fair
dedication. Mrs. Gerge P. Stauduhr is
also in the city to attend the exercises.
After today cars will be reduced to
30 minute time on the Tower line for
the winter season.
If you want something extra fine for
decorating your homes, parlors or club
rooms on any cession, remember Krell
& Ma'h have it.
Bright festooning at 5c a yard at Erell
& Math's. Everybody can and should
decorate at the prices we are selling dec
ations, at Krell & Math's.
The acceptance by the city council of
Buford & Guyer'a plat will bring into
market 150 lots or thereabouts ail beauli
fully located on Thirty-fourth, Thirtys
fifth, Thirty-sixth and Thirty-seventh
streets, and south of Fourteenth avenue.
It is the intention of Messrs. Buford,
Louderback and Guyer ths proprietors,
to build some houses at once, and sell
them on easy monthly payments. Lots
will also be sold on five, 10 and 15 years,
time at low rate of interest.
Those who desire can have a pass book
and make monthly payments, and pay
for a lot directly, while it can be bought
cheap, and secure the advantage of a
rise, instead of investting savings in a
building association to buy a lot some
time in the future when someone else has
made the profit by holding the lot.
Street cars rnn directly from this addi
tion to the Moline factories on the Mo
line Central line and also to the lower
Rock Island factories on the Elm street
line. The lots are convenient for rail
road employees, and for brewer and
street railway men.
We predict for the addition a rapid set
A Mutual Blunder.
The Stout One I took you for a gentle
man when I first met you.
The Thin One And I took you for a
loafer the first time I ever set my eyes on
The Stout One Well, let's call it
square. It seems we were both mistaken.
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235 Wis. Streel
ALL NERVOUS AND
in Young and Middle-aged Men, Kidney
Troubles, etc, without Hurtful Drags. No
C. O. D., no Circulars or Samples. Call
or write as above for Symptom Blank,
and the advice of a physicia of estab
iished reputation of 25 years, FREE.
MirarTtnit STitTKQ trrm with ?"
Is CLEAN. no STAIN. PREVENTS BTRICTbr.
Core nONORRBSA And GI.KtfT In F !'
AUl'tnKClTRIt for l.ECCOUBHiEAcr WHITE..
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THE T K. Y 1F. KS' WU11E.
CHICAGO, R CR ISLAND A FACIHC KAI1.
way Dvvot eorn-T Fifth ivem e au1 Thtrt j
flrt street. r ranK l. nraimer. bki-ue.
'East. ' ;WmT.
La iy Kxpresn i 1 ' :o am a am
Kansas City Day Sxpre.es. . 10:3 pm 5 :5m ana
Washington Kinross li.ijum i:ipin
Council i luffs K Mmaeso- i
tA "--e f 7 :l am " :50 pm
Denver Flyer U:43 am S:3J pra
Umafaa and Denver Vet-ti- (
bulu ivxpres .. 1 J.44 am J:56m
".ansa t;u Litintef ... 4:13 am "10:47 pin
Stuart and a-al!e Expris S.4imi :0am
Daily, ttioin; eaM. iiin wtei.
BLKLINOTON KulUE-C., B. & Vd. KAIL,
war Depot First avenue and Sixtventh St.
M..f. Yound?, atrer.t.
s)t. i.'Cis aixpress. .. ...
Io.i Sijrcci. .... ....
St. Psal Express
Beari"town rasseneer. ..
Way Fret.-ht (Monmomb).
Pt! Paul Express
7 :S7 pm
6 :45 pn.
7 :f5 Ui
5 9l nrrt
1 H:40 aui
' 7:?7 pm
1 :fO pm
8 -45 nre
10 3 ) a-n
CEICAGO, MIL. WAUK..BR & ST. PAVl. RA11--way
Kacine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenne. S. D. W. Uolrres. aeent.
Mali ana nxprwAr
. Pnul Expr s
Ft. A Accommodation..
11 4 " am
RIM K INLAND rk.UKlA UaILWaV UK
pot First avenue and l'wentleth atreet. F.
H. Rockwell. Atren'
Fas. Mall Kxpruss
Lkavii. ' AHvtva
8 :( S am 7 : 5 pm
2:) pm 1 '25 pm
9:10 am: S:0J pm
4-Xtm R:0f am
BURLINGTON. PKDAR RAPIDS & NORTH
ern Railway Depot Front and Bradv streets,
Davenport. J. K. Ha inegan, gcneial ticket and
pSAsen g r agent.
Mail and Express..
4:55 "pin" 10:45 am"
3:00 am I 9:45 am
AlOBT DTRSCT BOUTS TO TUB
F.ast. South aLd Smitbeant.
Lv. Rock I'anJ.
GAlya.... . . .
Pnr.crvillo . .
Bt. Louis . .
1 :15 pmi 9:15 pm
12 08 n't
10 :0u pm
4 -00 pm
6 :55 pm
ll :O0 pm
Do You Sell on Credit?
Yes at Cash Prices.
In fact everything to furnish your home.
I Fast 'l. Express
8 :(J am 8 :30 pm
8:45 am 3:04 pm
9:04 am 3:27 pm
9 ::8 am 3 :57 pm
10:11am 4:33 pm
10 :S0 am 4 :55 pm
11 :15 am 6:40 pm
Lv. Peoria 110:10 am; 8:50 pm
Ax. Rock Island I l:pm 7:06 pm
Accommodation trains leave Ko-k Is and at
6 :00 a. m. and 8 20 p. m ; arrive at Peoria ( :50 .
m. and 1 :15 a. m. leave Peaiia 8:00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p.m. and 1:15
All trains ran daily except Snnday.
All passe ger trains arrive and depart Union
Free Cbalrearon Fast Exp-ess between Rock
Islond and Peoria, both directions.
Through ticket to all points; baggage c necked
through to destination.
10 20 am
Accom. I Accom
7.00 ami 1.45 pm
v. ro am; n.wit
, B. 8UDLOW,
CHAS. A. MECK,
322 Brady Street, Davenpcrt, la.
Open till 8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
H ating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting, 5 j
A complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose,
Fire Brick, Etc. Largest and "best equined
establishment west of Chicago.
DAVIS BLOCK, Moline, HI.
1 12, 1 14 West Seventeenth st. '
Telephone 1 1 48. Rock island
Residence Teleohone 1 1PP
m THE TAILOR,
1803 Second Avenue.
J. T. DIXON.
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
"Try our bran i of SMOKED MEATS.
, H. Treman fe Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filleil. TelepJion 1 H'3. IT" hi Third Ave.
WK A HE AT.VAYS TM T ? Wfrfl
THF. FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
Delivery wagons always on th road. Parties desirous ol
having them stop at their residences, will pl-as notify the
same at our pi em i ses.
f MUNBOE, DeRUE & ANDERSON.