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THE ARGUS. MONDAY. NOVKMMMK 7, 1802.
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I Clf V CHAT. PAVEVS POLICY.
Let Every Democrat Vote, and
D05TT SCRATCH 13 THE SAFEST PLAN
Hr-ed the Warning of the National Com
mlttee Some of the Rfon Why the
Part j May Confidently Hope for Soc-nw-Advantafcn
Over the Republican
on AU Candidate to be Balloted Kor.
Tins fWt duy of demjrais is to Tote.
Tie next duty i ti vote tomorrow,
in the tio irs pres-Cfi ie 1 bT U . between
7 t. n . a 1 5 p.m Anrher duty i to
ate the party tick-t raissat Tci U
not onW tta be- rut tha Bafest plan.
nlarin? a ct in tb.3 circle t the left of
the word Democratic," ia the acooi
column of tje bltt furnished you by
Reason for Voting the Oemocratle Tleket.
There are abundant reasons for Totiog
the - democratic ticket. It is the best
ticket in Doint of DrinciDle. It is the
best ticket in point of candidates. It is
the ticket that is gain? to win as surely
as tomorrow is election day
The national candiiate slni for reform
in method rn soveromant administration
whici rrnst direct! r aff-ct the people,
the manner of tax Uiou. The policy
nromised bt the election of the dem-
cratic ticket ha been tol l ami erpla'ned
and male plain. od my be aumned uo
in the word, the best way to rtdace t-x-
a-i-n is to reduce taxaMon. This is what
the democratic pny is pledged to d:.
and it will do it. The best way to e:v it
nower to do - is to Tote for it. Vote
not only for the carrying cut of such
nrincinles in tae aiministr-itiTe cm :s of
the nation, bu: in the law making branch.
Elect democratic congressman wheaever
opportunity off ;rs; e'.ecl d .-mocratic leg
i!atora whenever you can.
Oi the state ticket the democrats have
an alfantasie. Taeir candidates stand
for tte repeal of the obnoxious school
law givm the state superior rights to th
parent in the control of his children.
The democratic candidates stand for re
form in all branches of , state ovem
ment. Ui tas con zres-si "rail ticket the
demerits present a ta eatad and indus
trious youas ma, a laboring mn if you
please, on tte one hint while on the
other rcpub'icani areburienel again by
that chronic o:d aricrl who is too
good to work, and th)SJ chancer aid
habits hurled the party to difet the Us
tinn it yidldil to his hungry determin
ation to have offl:3 waeiher the peoale or
his own party wanted him or uot. Oa the
legislative ticket th3 d?m c.-it3 present
an honest, able and indu-trious youn?
tna who? oo'y oppositi-ja a sorehaid
of pretty muca the same strips as Marsh,
but who, tae pirty fortunately thought
enough of itself an i its obliitions to
honor this year t5 r jct ia the conven
tion, and the straight nom nee w.d sfit
there bj a g"ol m-J riy. Oi th-; cua
ty ticket q-s d?-n"2rats pr Siot Ve and
comoetea? caali latts against uafl . tad
hungry offi : seekers. a.ii acor iia!y
will receive the endorsement of tiie peo
ple. l)rmorrt Will Win.
V.ewinz tae si.ua'lon from any pjint
of view, consid-;r nT ijus. p-isciples or
candi lates. the -lem ;rts have the best
of tne arum-at. Tae ds a or r its will
the wu.n-rs this year s ire. bJ :aus-des-rve
VotJth; straight dcaaonratic ti;k2.
That ia tomorrow's dn'v
url t Tli.nk.
W do hrt-riv ten ier our sin tie
thinks t tb fr!ends d r.einbb'.rs f
A'.drs.w Uedvur f ir ttitir Vir-1 fjm-pi-hy
"-ml nfiancf ; ih foM-m1 of
our heloved f .trier. AmiXIi ObFRO.
It..-k Is! n B.
Bulterine at Browner's Columbia market.
Bear roast or steak at Tremm & j
Better vote early -nd be done ith it.
Remember the polls close at 5 o'clock.
About 30 talura! z ition psrers were
issued in tte count; court this morntnif.
J. J Reimers. of Chicago, was in the
city today on his way to Tacoma. Wah.
Send in your ord-r to Treman & Sots
for a nice Dear m2t roast or same siea.
There are now rum irs of foul play
from Omaha in connection with the
deaih of George Tol.ve', nd a pro.-ecu-
tion ill probably follow.
A new boat entered the packet busi
ness between Rock Island and Daven
p rt today It ia the Bteamer Myrtle of
which Charles Lathe is master.
Ia view or the changes of time on the
C. R- I. & P- Posmnter Wlisdesirts
that all west-bound mail be in the office
earlier to correspond with the change in
Every labor ng a an should remember
that under the law he has a right to ix-
ercise his elective privilege. He has a
rijh-. t.o demand of his employer time
in whic'a to vote.
Send your orders for game, fish, lob
liters, clambs, shell and canned oysurs
to Harry Smythe's. 1818 5rc.ind avenue.
Telephone 101T. Orders for wi d tnr.
keys taken for Tnanksgiving.
Max Kautz has arrange 1 to receive the
election returns at Turner had tomorrow
eight, a special wire having been put in
for that purpose. Lunch wid be served all
night aod the latest returns received
fast as tbey are sent out.
There was a small coHison on the Rock
I land & Peoria road ia the west end cf
town this morning, Engine No. 5. in
charge of Engineer VVhi;n-v. pulling the
Mercer county accommodation, ran into
some cars standing on the main line, and
the pilot of the tr.gioe was somewhat
rimcrd. The train was running at a
low rate, of speed which prevented more
The Independent Candidate ;W1U Stop
Nothing to Further Ilia Own Kndj
Gen. II rman Lieb. of Chicago, is in
Rock Island and Moline today on an im
portant political mission. The purpose
of bis visit is to investigate charges which
have been made to the democratic state
central committee that George W. Vinton
in his independent candidacy for the leg--
islature had been endeavoring to advance
his own political interests to the dis
advantage cf Judge Altgeld in his can
vxss for governor on the d' mo
craiic ticket. Such reports hav
ine gained currency, Gt-n. Lieb
came down in the interest of Judge
Altaeli and honest politics. Whether
f.r not the snsoicinns are sustained by
the disclosure of the facts, it would hard
ly rtquire such a conv:ction to fully es
taijlisti V.ntoa's party treacaery. Vin
ton entered tae fljld for the legislature
this time purely in the interests of self
and his very cjaduct nas saown that be
would stop at no sacrifice of
straight party candidates to further
his own ends. Vinton has no use
for the democratic parly s mplv because
that party fa-led to compromise itself in
a position it was in hon r boand to ad
here to, in order to bind iteif to him.
V;nton has no use for the de mocratic
party because it has f liled to gratify hi
desire for further honors that he does not
dcst rve.Bnd as far as Vinton is concerned
there it no love lost on tae part of the
The State Auditor Whose Antagonism to
Beneficiary Societies locs Hot Drierrc
Endorsement at the Polls.
Eloix. Ill . Nov. 7. Editor of The
A rocs The whirligig of time brings
around some very singular con Mtioue,
both in social and politica' life Four
years ago State Auditor Pavey w as e'ec-
ed to bis position, and no sooner did be
assume the duties of bis office than be
bgan a tyrannical abu-e of its functions
and prostitution of i-s power for personal
and selfish aggrand z -inent. His career
has been such as t ) merit the contempt
of the people, the resentment and r.pudt
tion of his party and the righteous in
dignation of all fraternal t rd rs. He has
gathered about himself a company of
workers wbo.tbough smtll in nuiiber, are
entrt nched in power and bid difisnce to
Darty fealty and a popular sentiment
Thej dictated ths terms which re-nomi-naud
Governor Fifer, and declared a de
termination to m ike war upon th-irown
p iriy candid ktes in case P.vey was no'
r :-Dominated, as well This ring has
fliched. unearned and uolaful fes
from the state and baa won the ti-.le of
th " Springfield ring-"
The most dastanlly act of th's rine was
an attempt to wreck the M. dcra Wood
men of America. R ck Island ami Mo
line people, par icularlv W ocdicn are
familiar with tome r the particulars
Thot-e who know the most feel that the
who'e affair was trumped up to satisfy
Pav.-'s dislike of fraternal orders and
the ignoble designs of .me of his hencb
men, that there were not grounds for
their action has been demonstrated too
ofien to need recital at this day. Suffice
to say that the men whom Pavey wrongei
can now get tven wi;h him. by retiring
h m to private life
Republicans of an independent turn of
mtnd can show an intelligent apprecia
tion of the Australian ballot 07 voting
against this obnoxious member uf their
own party who has no fealty bat self.
Pavey s defnat means aa end to petty
dictatorial official a -.ts in the Mate and a
fairer and more economical admioi-lra
tion of the state au.iitorsbip All men
believing in an economical administra1
tion of the office, snd men belonging to
fraternal orders can easily defeat Payey,
which will be a lesson to men of bis ral
ibre. He should be defeated.
100 K ward tlOO
The readers of this paper will b
pleased to learn that there is at least one
dreeded disease that science has been
able to cure ia all its stages, and tbit is
catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only
positive cure known to the medical fra
ternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
disea.-e. require a constitutional treat
ment. Hail's Catarrh Care is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the syf-ttm
thereby de.-lroying the foundation of the
disease, and giving the patient strength
by building up the constitution and as
sisting nature in doing its work The
proprietors have so much faith in its cur
ative powers, that they ffer One Hun
dred Dollars for anv ca9e that it faiis to
cure. S 'nd for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO..
Unsold by Druggists. 75c.
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep fire ;11 night with soft coal;
will cot Caa or sin ke; heavy sw! bodv;
large ash j ar. Call aod ex ttnine this
wonderful s'-ove sold by
New styles oi
For swift, sharp bnyere.
.Are you one?
This week and while they
-Very fair muslin
trimmed, full length
and well made
LoT 2. Excellent M'i?';n,
nicely mal rr;m.
Hlr-d With, frrjr rj
The aboye two lots were pur
a very low price and we 1 r
to let tbem go nt a Terj
profit. Be on time; see ti't
Ooe b'jers wi 1 visit tbc?e
rH K DAILY AKQCsnSLIVEttBD AT YOU S
door fwrv ereLii xi 1 jr li ac per week.
R REN r FaraUhed rooms at 143 Second
rbou. a ffO 1 ta- r; P
r6h PALK pood two rh ir barber shop, cen-
l tral.y l.cated ; csiil t tbn oraoe.
A Wieiler"e barber
ap;ly at once.
COUNT A;ryhonnd; owner cm have
I fv ca.llng at ! Third
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Eall Headquarters. -
lhY ,iem ic.-'.ic ptrr.
THE J. S. E.
The S-rr.w of Tourh.
Tbe s-nr.e f-f totu h in j!i;in is most bigbly
devflo:eil on the skin, but mucous or se
rous surfaces are nlso capable of conveying (
impressions. Son, e parts of the ly are ,
more sinsit.ive than others, arnl are nsu- !
ally cltvoid of h;iirs, as the tip of the j
tongue, the eii'ls f.f lie fiii-'ers, and the.
li p. It, will he not seed t in'it ti.cse re so
Bituated as to keep us conveniently in
forme." of w hat, is troiiiir on around as.
Thr Koii.l llaA lelinitely KrtcrmlnfJ
Prt-ident llnoi, of tb-.- J. S. E. ril
rottd, was at Gl t-butj: tt'e oi her even id 4:,
und 1: wis dtfiniteiy st iU. d tha the r .o.i
itl :; to th.t r. t. Mr, llous s id that
tiie del iv thii M.ra'ic-r iu addition to tlie
"(t.'liliD,' W5 tilit ! the fiCt tha. a
br:.!"e bud to bu l.uilt ..ver ti'e Il.inois
j river. It a lir 1 h.jn d to use tb'j
I'iiu.jts Central br;;'t;e, but j 1-1 at the
I List ru mi-.nt ibe ffiL.ls '. (he roid s-ii !
no Tt. J S. E. -hen had to gi a'.eai
; net a cusrtef. whrcb 'ock cocsi Ara
bic tin.e. nuJ liiuii lie consent of the go
err.n.ent survej-'Tj hid to he secured
But this jtatler ha-1 no en a:riDi.'ed
r-ivrrn T'.(VTT.rl V fi! nllil.-. ON
svri -t pntatoe!, fteifly work for tnree '
wrk.. Warm ro m and d yworlc. Milan (.an-.
nit g and Pnot ru; 10., Vd.ir.. ',1.
t; ix f
r. - - - -ar 'ma -g -1' - 1 W. "War am. .
TT AN r
ANTED Earn?(it. Intel l?i-nt Udy ti cst:in-
a i-ooi nnvinj b : n-:: on ; limine nan
fin Tience in ack r nm 'e erre l: ca.
3, McCuil u;b b oct 0.ivciKrt. 1 wa.
,, . ... lir" Thj
A lecmc l -V n-it-r h..u - 1 want. Hw lv ; Always on h-.n.i the finest brands of d..Tt.c
-trtet I. venr-.r 1 ..w cond rt .r. room tf, .' to s-d inr.r.-i ri-.r A I Van. - of toh,cco
?trt'J' "'ly.' ! The score of a.) .he ball L-;ime- will be received
ear Store and Billiard Parlor.
GENT- ' T-l WE 1 r ,
c,!- tr -ve irnr -a e in-11 to n-nnie o ir su-.r -
catiriroi!- a.d pr.e h a : e lite, loiuinun j
Oil and .!!. 'o . !ee"ai d. .
L. GLOCIiHOFP, Prop.,
103 Second Avenue.
rgTry our brand of SMOKED MEATS.
H. Treman &; Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled. Telephone Ne. 1103. 17X Thiri A
ARE ALWAYS IN IT WITH
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the chy.
Delivery wagons always on th road. Parties desirous ot
having them stop at their residences, will please notify th
samH at our piemises.
MUNROE, DeRUE & ANDERSON
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Atorket Square,
bade of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
J3rGood Rooms by day or night.
UXD3RHILL & GLASS. Proprietors.
J. T. DIXOjNT,
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
fl;irri to Avoid lurln an i:iec tric Storm.
The -places irri-l '..jecls which tshnuM Ijo
avoi.ierl in a J.tcr;i are trees, limits hih
poles, lofty Imll.ihii;. spires auil f-teeph-s,
water, stoveti pes. I .ell wires, f;aspipes and
electric wires, iron fet:e. s, i row.is of JieO
ple, droves of cattle or other minimis, una
brelhts, waLkintC fticks arid metal orna
ments worn upon the person. Kxchange.
DrD'llt 1. de er ol i- v.;ii a or-t.le
o? SiW-.lion Oil wiiu-iut or wrt.i
pers' or in a rn;iti' led or re, ee l ac '.
use. rioo't mu h H -dou'i Lev il nt a'JT
price, yon cm rest B'ire:l ih' there if
8 imeihinu wron it. miv b? a d T 'T.iiib
and wonli'esB coun cr eir. I.ipUi u:in
eetiiar a p rf-.rt. uabroke-1 g'-nuine pf.ck
Bce Price 25 -
Some dealers in order to draw trade, resort to all sorts of advci
4-,v;. ArAcr n nrf pr to deceive tne dudiic: vou win nna it a aecici
r:-.tV;rr;tr,!saving to buy your spoons of spoon dealers-your photographs of ph
tographers and your noes at me
way throng! t :i .:
fore b-tn Br.-ecl
part of ;he ci y
tlie conimi 'ee
g'j the ci t
t ;tioa 5 uat
up n ihr '
He mther iaf.:m"rl
fiat h wo; lid al ot.ee
pli.ee I.j their cti 'H' the sum .t -5:7 5X
to be uced ifi ttii-s purrjs.-. etd 'be bal
ance wou'd ic for h jomine as fa3t as
Mr IIoor PR-d it was tte dciermina'ion
to build the rta I. au 1 tht in from nine
! to tole rr.frilh- 'be. cirs wnu.d be in
! O .lej-hn-tr. Th'- X'ei.9ion of ibf road
j n. rh wi.u'd g; on se f-i? s possiolc.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Hojnes 40 Years the Standard.
TSTIiT. . ,T-l-riiii Jj v.
Dealers who pretend to be giving away a 2c 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 vou will find our price so much lower without spoons and photographs and our goods so far
superior hat 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
A guaranteed saving of 25c to $1.50 on every pair besides
our shoes are warranted to give satisfaction.