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THE AB6U8, MONDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1892.
SPECIAL SALE OF LADIES'
Trim Tour Own Hats.
We sell these goods at less than half the price
others ask for them.
THIS WEEK ONLY
To any lady purchasing a
pair of Shoes costing
or more, we will present a bottle of Polish
either Giltedge or Glycerole.
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
J. B. ZIMMER,
-THE WELL KNOWN-
and Leader in Styles and workmanship, has received
his F-flLL SI OCK of Suitings and Overcoatings.
igspCALL and leave your order.
Star Block Opposite Harper House;
"Well begun is half done.'' Bfgin your housework by
buying a cake of
Sapolia is a solid cake of Scouring Soap used for all clean
ing purposes. Trv it.
Sales greater than any previons season in our
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose,
Fire Brick, Etc. LargestJand best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DAVIS BLOCK Moline, HI. J 112,1114 West Seventeenth.
Telephone 2053. Telephonen 14,8 Kockisisnd.
Residence TeleDhone 1 169"
VOTE IT STRAIGHT.
And Be Sure of Three for J. H.
IMPERATIVE DUTY 01 DEMOOBaTS.
Ignore SorehedsndJBolter;and Support
the Ticket Nominated The Long; Hon
ored Custom With Reference to Repre
sentative and; the l)an(fer of Departing
From It In a Single Instance.
Every democrat should vote- bis ticket
straight one week from .tomorrow. It is
dangerous to make the least deviation
from it. The safest plan is to simply
mark the' circle at the top of the column
reading "Democratic" and let it go at
that. This is the sifest and best plan to
Vote Three for Mulligan.
More particularly, if possib'e, how
ever, does The Argus desire to impress
the importance of such a course with ref
erence to the legislative ticket. 8ee thQ
you cast three votes for J. H. Mulligan,
the democratic nominee. He is the
choice of the convention of the Twenty
first senatorial district, and is entitled to
three votes from eveiy democrat true to
his party. The ticket headed, "Inde
pendent Democratic." is a snare, and the
candidate, George W. Vinton, whose
name appears under such heading, is not
entitled to the vote of a democrat having
the interests of his party at heirt. Mr.
Vinton is a sorehead, and a bolter from
the convention. He is not the choice of
the party in the Twenty-first district, and
he should, as no doubt he will, be taught
at the polls that the democrats have no
usa for men of bis disposition.
Henry County's Right.
As all democrats know, there has for
years been a tacit understanding be
tween the counties of Rck Island and
Henry that each county should alternate
in the choice of the candidate for minor"
ity representative. Rock Island county
could at all times control the nomination
were it disposed to, bat it has never vio
lated the good faith existing between the
two counties but once. That was in
1886. when J. T. Kenworthy, of this
city, insisted upon having the nomina
tion that should have gone to J. H Pad-.
dlcford, of Henry, for a second term, and
contrary to the advice of tde Argus and
other representative democrats of Rock
Island county, Mr. Kenworthy went
ahead and captured a nomination that
Rock Island was in honor bound to lay
no claim to. The folly of such a move
was fully shown by the defeat of Mr.
Kenworthy and the election of Mr. Piatt
an independent from Henry county
Democrats learned a lesson then that
thev should not soon forget. When
after the expiration of Mr. Piatt's term,
it became Rock Island county's two
terms to choose the nominee, Henry
county came around loyally and pledged
itself tr support the nomination of a
Rxk Island county man for two term9
Hon. E- W. Hurst was selected and true
to its prom's1? Henry county supported
him handsomely. At the expiration of
Mr. Hurat's first term he declined a re
nomination and Mr. Vinton was nomi
nated with the express understanding
that he was to have but one term and
withdraw when it became Henry county's
choice again. That tiovj came this year
and Henry county presented the name of
J. IT. Mulligan, who was the unanimous
nominee of the convention and the Rock
Island county democracy, as well as that
of Henry, is by the rules or prcccS
dent and honor bound to support Mr
As to Mr. Vinton.
But Mr. Vinton did cot ub:de by the
understanding of the party of the Twen
ty first senatorial district, or by the un
derstanding under which he was nomin
ated. Instead he has permitted a Eelflsh
disloyal spirit to override the true spirit
of democracy and party fealty, and has
bolted the convention's choice, and comes
forth an independent candidate. He is
not an independent democrat, and tie
assertion that he is acting in accordance
with the instructions of the democratic
state central committee, stands for har
mony and does not recognize men of
Vinton's stripe. Had Mr. Vinton acted
in obedience to the wishes of the state
central committee, hsd be respected the
wishes of the democracy of the district
and bis friends he would have supported
the democratic ticket with the same loy
alty that he was supported two years
a-.ro. As it is he has by his own atti
tude proven himself a bolter and a po
litical outcas'. unworthy the suffrages of
either party or any ciizn.
Needs assistance it may be well to. ren
der it promptly, but one should romerr-
ber to use only the most perfect reme
dies only when needed. The best and
most simp'e and gentle remedy is the
Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the Cal
ifornia Fig svruD Jo.
Rev H. H. Talrall, D. D .editor of tte
I .wa Methodist, says editorially, "we
have tested the merits of Ely's Cream
Balm, and be'.iee that, by a thorough
course of treatment, it will cure almost
every case of catarrh. Ministers, as a
class, are tfllicted with head and throat
troubles, and catarrh seems more preva
lent than ever. We cannot recommend
Ely's Cream Balm too highly."
I used Ely's Cream Balm for dry ca
tarrh. It proved a cure. B. P. M.
R ilster tomorrow if you have not al
ready done so.
Hon. E. W. Hurst returned last even
ing from Schuyler county where he made
a number of speeches. He reports big
meetings, much interest and great enthu
siasm. He mkes two speeches in Mer
cer county this week, and Eriday night
talks at Reynolds.
Tomorrow will be the last day of reg
istration prior to election. If you have
not attended to this duty don't fail to
morrow The Argus is informed a
number of names have been written on
same of the poll books. The judges will
pay no attention to any such name?, as
the books are not hung out for that pur
pose; thev are merely displayed for ref
erence. Voters must apply in person if
they are not already registered.
The Plain Truth
Is good enough for Hooa'a Barsaparilla
there is no need of embellishment or sen
sationalism. Simply what Hood's S?r
saparilla does, that tells the story of its
merit. If you have never realized its
benefits a single bottle will convince you
it is a good medicine.
The highest praise has been won by
Hood's Pills for their easy, vet efficient
action. Sold by all druggists, nice
Hints to Housekeepers.
It formerly required a considerable out-lay of
cash to set up housekeeping. Yes; to furnish a room
or TWO. But under our new credit system which
we have adopted, a comparatively trifling sum will en
able you to fit a house comfortably or even luxuri
ously. ffe Are Complete HouseMshers.
We give balow a partial list of our stock:
Bedroom and Parlor Suits,
Mattresses, Springs and Bedding
Sideboards, Chairs, Parlor and
Extension Tables, Lounges,
Couches, Cook and Heating stoves,
Carpets, Curtains, Shades and Portieres
, Hall Trees, Hat and Coat Racks.
Every requisite for the Parlor, Reception Room,
Dining Room, Library or Sleeping Apartments.
Cured my little boy
Mrs. E. J. Rowell, Medford, Mass., says her
mother has been cured of Scrofula by the usa
of four bottles of Of ' "V I f r hnvtnfr naa
much other treat- li- I ment, and being
reduced to quite a low condition of health, as it
was thought she conld not live.
peared all over his cSH" face" r
a year I bad ?V given up all hope
of his xStV&i recovery, when finally
I was SS" Induced to use fcf-
A few bo ""ttles cured him, and no uLwJ
symptoms of the disease remain.
Mbs. T. L. Matiterb, Matherville, Miss.
Our book on BlooU and Skin niwisei mailed froe.
Hundreds are going to see him I
DR. (To. TUTH.
Late Snrgesn in the Provident Medical Dicpen
&rv nf ew York.
Who rn created such a sensation In and around
Chicago by cnrii-s: risenaes that almost baffled the
medical rrattrnity or me country.
rr Fm is President of the Fruth Medical
Co., and member of the leternat'onai Association
oi Expert specials s. Me win visit
WEDNESDAY, -NOV. 16th.
Returning every month to reman two days during
Tr. Fruth hfti been connc ted with the lar-'et-t
hospital in tbe coun ty, ana nos no xnpenor in ,
dtnirnosini: and treaf'n diseases and d- forroities.
ii. will triva 30 for anv r that h can not
tell the isea e and where located in ffve min
utes. He will return to Kock islam evevy mourn
this year to remain two days.
irsat, all curable Medical and Suro'cal dieeaeet.
Ifotte, 'throat and Lung; Jfy'Vftia, Jiright'l j
Diaeajw. IHa'ete. Aianeus. inv maaatr.
Ch ronie female ana sexual ljttenem.
EDllepsy r Fits cured. A positive suamntee.
YOUNG AHl MIDDLE-AGED MEN
Suffering from spermatorrhea and imDoteccy as I
the result of seir-aouse n y..um or exce-s in ma
inre ve.arn and other cases, nroducins some of the
following effecs as emieion. blotches, debility,
nnifin .ness. dizines". c .nfuslon of id. as. aver -
ion to society, defective memory, and sexual er
hanction. which unfit the victoms for busii.ess or
marriaee, are permanently cured by remiaies not
III Uf M I a:iu?hi. iii?p ASCI.
Svnhilis and couidI ct-tious.as oar throat falling
of tne hair, nain in the bones, eruptions etc . are
are perfectly eraoicaiea w in oui umcii mercury or
or other injurious drups Gomrrhoca. gleet,
stric'nre snd si urinary and kidney ronb es are I
,cedily cured by treatment that has never failed.
He nnueriaHeo uu im u i .-n murt., .
HinnuTian civan no to die. Rem' mbcr the date
and oome early, as his ror ms are always cr-.wded
wherever he stops CONSULTATION FREE,
rsrviuu.a and corresnonui nee confident . snd
treatment sent ny express wnu iiiu uir-cv us iu
use. but personal consultation prererrea
1K. 1. O. fr KITTI1
W3X Lakr Avr , hlraxo.
. s c a a 9 af
mnVM. 11 r.:mnl. .. -U)es nl wxjJov-Utons. FOC
by iiryi-ciwariiK a-ts-oi ri&tipd for 60 ctsU
Dr. Eenison's Beliabie Remedy. Famons every
where among the ladies as sa'e. prompt ans
effectu" The original woman' talvatton. Price
1 sen ct, sea -nBW information free. Addresd
y OUICK A MO POSITIVt ftatarar mt
fHA N I. V VJ to K m-i th. O-l, L.itjiBSU
SMClfIC TarSKXUAt. DCBlLITY MM fcUKT
VITALITY rmws. a M rl(lll nlavj-
Jo tin Yolk"& Co.,
Sash Doors Blinds, Biding, Flooring,
and all kinds of wood work for builders.
Bia-htaentb. 8U. bet. Third and Fourtk svea.
ESY PAYMENTS No extra charges.
OHAS. A. MEOK,
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Irl
Open till 8Io'clock, Saturday's till 10.
Many new styles and patterns
in tLe world-renowned : : :
Laird, Schober & Mitchell's
LADIES' FIXE SHOES,
The fiut 6t Mae ia tbe world.
Special department for Ladies.
301, 303 W. Second St., Davenport.
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
ROCK ISLAND BUGGY CO,,
It will pay you
To get our
Factory and Ware rooms on 16th atr:et, bet. Is' snd 2d avc
Retail Trade eff scUilly eolitlte.