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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1892.
This Shou'd Defeat Him if Noth
ing Else Should.
BUT HIS TREACHERY WILL DO THAT.
A Windy Circular Which Is Intended to
Take the Pluce of a Newspaper A Lit
tle More of the Kecord cf the Vln In
dividual Who Would Succeed Hiiosel
nesplte Ills lrty Always
Oi-..ri! YV. Vinton, who is none other
th O.-orae W. Viotnn'a candidate for
tin: N'iiU'-ure. is out with a half aheet
Duti .cut n which is receiving gratuitous
distribution, and of which Gerge W
Vintnn i the sole nubliaber, editor and
distributer. Naturally the sole policy
end and aim of eiid publication is
support the ead Oeoree W. Vinton
his personal canvass for reelection to the
Had there been no other reasan why
Mr. Virton should not be elected this
cirrular publication on his part ought to do
tne business and send him with it into tbe
receptacle for waste, refuse and rubbish.
Told theTrath that Time.
As an excuse for the publication of
which he id the guilty author, Mr. Vinton
avers that he has no paper to champion
bis cause and that The Arqcs refused to
publish tbe announcement of his inde
pendent candidacy. Tht time Mr Vil
ton told the trath. Wben he cime to
Tub Arous after the convention had
made its nomination acd s utjb.t the pub
lics'.i.'P. of hi9 announcement of ;nde
P''ndent c-indidacy he was told that this
paprrr was fUijportiiig straight (tem!cr!8 :
and not "bolters, and that Lis communica
tion cou'd not cnsisten'ly b" published
in these coUmhhs Tns Akgc-i cnid
ered Mr. Vinton's course a cl cacd'.lncy
diiUnk- the p'e of ik-motrratic orauiz i
tion It whs for this reasinthit n rt-fusi-d
to niiGteuince his position; it is
for tLis n-ason tbU it is opposing him
In his own publication Mr. Vinton
continues to maintain tbat he is actins in
accordance with the wishes of the dem
ocratic stte central committee. Tbia is
absolutely fvae. Vinton souzht to have
the state central committee put him on
the ticfeet, but this nq u'St, 'ike the one
he made to The Argus f r enJorsement
of his candidacy, was refused. Had tbe
democracy of tbe Twentv-flrst district
seen the wisd m ot nominating two cn
didates'this year. Vinton would nothve
been one of the candidates, anvway. In
tbe first piece be failed to ab'd by the
understanding of the convention two
years ago and instead of having his
ticlrets like those of Mr. Wilson, his col
league on the ticket, calling for one, rnd
one-half votes, he circulated a number
for three votes for himself. Not only
did this breach of good faith on his part
disgust tbe democrats with him, bat tbe
fact that Henry county was entitled to
the nomination this time, and would
have been given both of them had two
been made. The reason of this is that
Rock Island county baa a greater demo
cratic vole and the party in Rock Island
county could cot have acted in good faith
with Henry county by permitting it to
name one candidate and It another and
then repudiating in pledge at the polls.
As to Vinton's Record.
Vinton displays a great deal of vain
glory on the strength of his record as a
legislator. Whatever prominence Mr.
Vinton may have attained in the last leg
islature he secured through the efforts of
the democrats of Rock Island countv.and
even then he proved bimsi If a great an
noyance to the party, as he required
constant watching.as it was never known
where he would be found on questions
f vital party concern. The democratic
par(y under no oblicration to Vinton.
Take it home. "Having used SUlva
tion Oil in my family for rheumatism I
find it an t-xcel'cnt remedy. Hiram G.
Dudley, of Dudley & Carpenter, Com
mission Mcacbants. 125 Light St., Balto ,
In Olden Times
People overlooked the importance of per
manently beneficial effects and were sat
isfied with transient action, but now that
it is generally known that 8yrup of Fias
will permanently cjre habitual constipa
lion, well informed p ople will not buy
other laxatives, which act for a time, but
finally injure tbe system.
For all forma of uanal catarrh wbtre
there is dryness of tbe air pasoages with
what is commonly called 'stuffing up,"
especially when going to bed. Ely's
Cream Balm gives immediate relief. Its
benefit has been priceless. A. O. Case,
M.D., Mil wood, Kas.
One of my children bad a very bad
discharge from her nose. Two jb .
cians prepcribed, but without benefit.
We tried Ely's Cream Balm. and. much
to our Mitpnse, there was a marked im
provement. We continued usiug the
Bairn aud in a short time the discharge
was cured. O A Cnry. Corning. N.Y.
Fresh fish at Souder & Son's.
Stevenson club meeting tonight.
Mr. and Mrs. Drew at Harper's theatre
Fresh bulk oysters and celery at Sou
der & Son's.
E. B. Pareeant. of Rockford. is in the
city on business.
Two Dlcasant front rooms for rent at
1829 Second avenue.
Alfred Baker, of Chicago, is in the
ciiy on a few di,'o visit.
. One of the best entertaii-ments of the
season at Harper's theatre tonight
."Mr. and Mrs Sidney Drew present a
double bill at Hirpers theatre tonight.
G. C. Chamberlain, of Muncie. Ind.
is in tbe city on a short visit to friends
Mif-s Clara Plummer left this morning
for Luverne. Minn., on a visit to friends.
Elder M- A. Head will preach this
evening at the United Presbyterian
Some choice farms for sale iu Rock
Island county. Reidy Bro, Mitchell &
Cashier Buford of the Rockll aland far
ings bank, has a report in today's Argib
which is worm reading.
The Rock Island butchers will give a
masquerade ball at Roche's hall Saturday
evening. Nov. 5. Everybody invited.
Miss Caroline Dressen entertained tte
German-English school of 14 little girls
in a bjrihday party yesterday afternoon.
Trefs & Co. have moved their toy ard
confectionary store to the stand formerly
occupied by Birkenfield at 2011 Fourth
If you want something ex'ra fine for
lecoraiing your home?, parlors or club
rooms on any occasion, rememoer ivren
& Math have it.
Bright festooning at 52 a yard at Krell
& Math's. Everybouy could and ahou'd
decorate at the prices we are selling dec
orations, at Kreli & --th s.
Call at H.ake & BurKe's uluuibing es
tablishment aud see the "gas economize"
ot exhibition every eveniug. It reduces
gas bills from 20 to 40 per cen.
Have an Economizer placed on your
gas meter, and thus save from 20 to 4')
per cent on your gas bills. Onexhitii
tiou at Blake & Burke's every evening.
Lucy, the ibfant daughter of George
W.iiiauis and wife died at its parcn:s'
hone on Twenty fifth street at 1 o'clock
this morning aged 9 months and 24 days.
Sain Bennett, the well known forman
of Ierre fc Monsur company, of Moiine,
died of heart failure yesterday morniot,.
aged 50 eats. He had resided in Moliue
Miss Ann Heinrichs, of St Louis, is
here for a few tlavs. Tisiline with Miss
Dena Ratnser. Mas Uenrichs is secretary
of the Mms-ouri literary committee to tne
By the use of the Quincy Gas Econo'
mZT you can obtain a steadier light
and cause a saving of from 20 to 40
oer cent in vour uas bills. Call on
Blake & Burke and see for yourself
The Little farm, located in Buffalo
Prairie, was sold at special commission
er's sale at tbe court bouse yesterday, and
was bought by R. A. Donaldson, tbe
consideration being $4,830. Mr. Don
al ison has secured a bargain.
A lame increase in registration is also
shown in tbe books just returned from the
Fifth and Sixth wards. In the former
Tuesday's registration shows a total of
595 against 521 two years ago.and in the
Sixth 459, as compared with 403 in 1890
Tbe Ladies' Industrial Relief society
will bold iu regular monthly meeting at
the residence of Mra.H.B.Sudlow at 2 p
m , Nov. 5. All ward managers and
chairmen of soliciting committees are
urged to be present and bring their re
Henry BerJtler.motorman on the Union
line, has returned from Fort Madison.
Iowa, where be attended the funeral of
t bis brotner. Charles Berstler. Ibis Is
the second brother Mr. Bjrstler has bur
ied within a few months, one having
died in Texas, July 17.
Tbe curtain raiser "In Honor Bound'
is spoken of by critics as a perfect gem
of dramatic art, and the comedy of
"Thai Girl From Mexico" is a continual
roar from he rise to the fall of the cur
tain. Botn these plays will be presented
at Harper's theatre this evening by those
great artists, Mr. and Mrs. S'd ley Drew.
El Henry has arranged to have a little
fun with Russell Hampton after election,
the latter having agreed that when Ckv.:
land is elected be will wheel the for
mer in a wheelbarrow from Twentieth to
Ninth street I; is said that Ed has al
ready had a cushion made and that Rus
sell, since looking over the prospects, is
sorry he 8; o'a
Last w-ck of the Kickapoo's Saturdav
Nv. 5 b positiv ly tbe la9t day. but the
Indiati d ictor can be seen all day Sunday,
N v 6, at the Wajner opera bouse free
of charge. Grand matinee Saturday af
ternoon for ladies and children. Free
balloon ascension in front of 9the opera
heme and a present given to everyone at
the matinee. Satuidiy night sawing
wood contest by five ladies of Moiine
Admission to matinee 10 cents. Even
ing 10 and 20 cents. See tbe Indian
It is not what its proprietors say but
what Hood's S irsaparilla does that tells
the story of its merit. Hood's Sarsapar-
100 Kaward S100-
Tbe readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least one
dreaded disease that science his been
able to cure in all its stages, and th-it is
catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only
positive cure known to the medical fra
ternity. Cctarrh being a constitutional
disease, require' a constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
and raucous surfaces of the sy.-Um
thereby destroying the foundation of the
disease, and giving the patient strength
by building up tbe constitution and as
sisting nature in doing its work The
proprietors have so much f-dth in its cur
ative powers, that they Sir Oae Hun
dred Dollars for anv case that it fails to
cure. Send for list of teatimonia's.
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO..
tf"Sold by Druggists. 75!.
S Swift's Specific S
A Tested Remedy
A Tellable cure for Contagious
Blood Poison, inherited Scro
fula cud Skin Cancer.
As a toni for dcliccte Women
and Children it hnn no equal.
Being purc'yviTC title, is harm
less ia its effects.
A tr'Htl- ni ri-x-rl r.nrl :-U!t Pls
cusvj iu.;.'.. -i i t.Lr. u upi'l.eu'i-.ii.
Cfjai 3, Aiiafitr. Ca.
(op?i'-tii rriiMCATi N)
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Rock Island Savings Bank,
AT HOCK liS,
Stat' of Illinois. h'Tori tne rnr(imoni'mtit or
hu-iii' Ks on an- 'Jith ihv of i !o'd -r,
msili" to The An'li'or of 1'tiMic Account, of the
State of I!linoi!, pur-uaut to !sv.
Loan and discounts
Konlw ami tocki
C.ih "n Hand
One fron other hsnk
Furniture .nd flictiire
Tot.l fl.ttW.OOO 20
Capilal 1 ck paid n lvono O0
l i divided rrofl -. -n
Pivlden ' nnn id i iki
Individu il detvviTs subject to check.. 714
Demand certiflcates of del o-it W'.t.ls: !4
Total $1. OS.'ltlO tfO
STATE OF ILLINOIS. 1
Riitk Isuxn forsrr. f "
I, Jss M Buford, cannier of the Rock I-Iand ''av
inir Bark. d solemnly swear th-it the above
Htatemoiit is true, to the het of my knowledge
and heltef. J AS. M. BL'FOltD. C'ashter.
Suhscr tMd and iworn to before me this 81tt
day of October,ls92. F.J. KINNEY,
niCAL.l Notary Public.
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will kern Sre '! (light with soft, coal;
wiil not sjtx or t-m k; heivy stt-el hodv;
inrpe ssh i an CNil nnd tximme this
wondeiful fdve rolii by
New styles ot
For swift, sharp buyers,
ilre you ont?
This wek aDd while they
Lot 1. Very fair muelin
trimmed, full length
and well made
Lot 2. Fxeelieni
nicely mal-. trirt
m-d wiib fr,,
The aboye two lots were purchase ,
a very low price and we ; r.,,.
to let them go at a vtry st
profit. Be on time; tee east
Cose b yers wi 1 visit the?e
extra va uee.
t-. of tlic J
J-Try oar brand of SMOKED MSATS.
K. Treman fe Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled. Telephone N 1103. j 1 TOO Third v-
ARE ALWAYS TM IT WITH
Eftate of Ellen Mldldeham. Deceased.
The nnderoiirned, having been appointed v
ecutor of the lat will and testament or bllen M Id
dleham, late of the county of Kock Inland, ptaie t
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he vi.
appear before the county court of Rock Islai
county, at the office of the clerk of said coort, u
the city cf Rock Island, at the January, term. or.
the First Monday in January next, at which tia.c
all persons havinc olaims against said estate arc
notified and requested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adjusted. All persons indaine i
to said estate are requested to make immeuiale
payment to the nndersitmed.
Dated this 2nd day or November. A. D. JAM.
W M . CT IHPSlOSE, Eiecntor.
door every eveni ne for llr. per week.
D. ROY BOWLBT'S.
1726 Second Ave.
TBTi FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the ciiy.
Delivery wagons always on the road. Parties desirons ot
baying them stop at their residences, will please notify th
same at our piemises,
MUNHOE, DeRUE & ANDERSON.
'OB RKST Furnished rooms at 1-103 Second
FOh SALE good two chtir barber shop, cen
trally located . call at this onVe.
POUNP A revhonnd
T by calling at tt8 Third
owner cm have same
avenue, and paying
yt! ANTED Earn'-st, tntel'liTRnt Ndy t estab
Vv lish a eoo-1 paying b:s nes; one having hai
cxp -rience in a sick r om p'e'erreil: call at suite
3, Mct'ollotigh b'ork liavennnrt, l
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
AfiKNTS maklni: S5 to f 10 per rtav pcJline the
IfrtrirAl W iiiicr honwi liol I want. fOl Hrf!v
trp, OHVunpirt, Inwn, ftrnnd lltior, room 9, 2 to
v p. m. lieteral spent wiit-d.
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hunrt thp finest brands of dotreFtic
t i iif iir: ui mil ii c van nuire mm lc mtn jva
AOESTS WANT'I)-WE WANT F.RST, " nr fnt7"CI fWUt -Dvon
c ass trsvcline ra)em. n to handle our Inhr - Ju. 1 JjW JV-tl J? JT( irrOJJ.,
ratine oii ana pri-nse as a see line. Columbia
oil and -reas l-o . Cleveland, o.
1S08 Second Avenne.
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Alarket Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
""Good Rooms by day or night.
UNDERHILL & GLASS, Proprietors.
J. T. J3IXOJSI ,
And Dealer in Aen's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
DO NOT be Humbugged--
Some dealers, in order to draw trade, resort to all sorts of adver-
tisinp- dodp-es in order to deceive the public; you will find it a decided
saving to buy your spoons of spoon dealers-your photographs of pho
tographers and your Shoes at the
Willi. an At 1 o'clock a. m. Thursday. Nov
S. I!. Lacy, danariuer of Mr. and Mrs. O. J
Wi 1 m. aired 5 months and 3 days. Fnneral
Friday, Nov. 4. o'clock p. m. from the resi
dence 'John Williams, 1822 rirat svetn;.
Tlic only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alutm.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
Dealers who pretend to be giving away a 25c Spoon and then charge a dollar more for a pair of
Shoes, are not the style of people you want to trade with. Do not allow yourself to be humbug
ged, you will find our price so much lower without spoons and photographs and our goods so far
superior that you will be able to buy three or four spoons with the saving on every pair of shoes
bought of us. We sell our shoes upon their merit no snide advertising dodges required to at
tract custom. By all means buy your shoes at the
npp" A guaranteed saving of 25c to $1.50 on ev
UP. our shoes are warranted to give satisfaction.
on every pair besides