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TliK AUG US, FlilDAY, NOVEM13E11 11, 1892.
Just received a Car Load, 600 bushels ot Bur
bank Potatoes from Minnesota.
The best Pennsylvania Buckwheat flour
20 barrels of Pickels, consisting of sweet mixed,
dill and large and small vinegar.
30 cases of the finest French Olives in all size
bottles; these goods are the finest the market affords
and are put up especially for me
DRIED FRUITS of n iriHc r.v.f :
peaches, apples, apricots, raspberries, three kinds of
nnmes. raisin anrl rnrrantc
(. ' ' ' " vuiiuiiu,
The Finest Mince Meat.
Sole agent of the tri-cities for the Daisy Patent
' 1620 Second Avenue.
tggr Watch this space; changed weekly.
BEST ON EARTH-
Try our Galf Skin and Dull Dongola Shoes
for Boys and Girl's School wear.
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
J. B. ZIMMER,
-THE WELL KNOWN-
and Leader in Styles and workmanship, has received
FALL STOCK of Suitings and Overcoatings.
t3T"C-ALL and leave your order.
Stak Block Opposite Harper House.
"DIRT DEFIES THE KING." THEN
IS GREATER THAN ROYALTY ITSELF.
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line of Pipe, Bra ss Goods, Packing Hoe.
Fire Brick,;Etc Largest and best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DAVIS BLOCK Moline, EL
1 12, 1 14 "West Seventeenth 6t.
i Telephone 1148. - Eockisiau'
Residents ""eleven 1 ) 69
CABLE ON RESULTS.
To What the Western Manager
PEETECT ORGANIZATION DID IT.
Thorough and United and Bard Work
Made the Democrat Victorious What
Cornea from Getting the Vote Out As
Thorough Victory as Ceald be Hoped
Today's Chicago Herald has the fol
lowing with reference to Congressman
Cable and the election results:
Ooe of tbe most exultant democrats id
the city yesterday was National Commit
tee man Ben T. Cable. He was a', bis
office in the Unit; building all day busily
dispensing with the incessant fl w of tel
egrams announcing increased nixj rities
'It was a thorough victory,' said he
said he late in 'be atlernoon. "It was
tbe revolt of 1890 against republican is
sues in positive form again. 1 attribute
the victory chit fly to the fact that eytry
democrat voted. In attributing it to this
I pay the organization of democracy in
tbe state a des rved tribute. Tb-) organ
isation was perfect We were in corres
pondence with 14.000 in the state, and
every one of them worked with a will.
Everybody was at work. Our cor
respondence here amounted to over 1,000
letters ptr day, and every one brought
the nws that nothing was being left un
done. I was not surprised that we won,
but I was somewhat surprised at the
size of ths victory. Chairman Hopkins
deserves all the praise that can be heap
ed upon him. He is one of tbe ablest
managers democracy has ever known
No, I can'd say what tbe policy of dem
ocracy will be from now on . 1 feel con
fldent that the confidence of the people
will be rewarded with g and administrt.'
tlon, and th-it is all thai can be said now."
Mr. Cable left his office at 8 o'clock
completely worn out and repaired im
mediately to his home for rest.
JTire in tbe furnace of the steam
boiler in the X ws office tt G. neeeo
communicated with the floor through a
seam in the brick foundation last Wed
nesday night. Tbe fire department
responded promptly, and did good exe
cution. The floor between the joist is
ailed with sawdust, and thk was on fire
It made a fearful smoke, saturated as it
is with oil from mtchinery for 20
years. Editor Kiuer says: "The writer
came into tbe printing room, and could
not breathe, being compelled to rush for
an open window. Yet the fire laddies
remained right there in the miast of the
smoke, ripping up the floor, and fighting
tbe flames. They used haidly any
water at all, thus saving the big stock in
Bicktl & Cook's People's dry goods
store below. The fire was conquered
wun me uhdcock extinguishers
Adrertled Llt No. 43.
List of letters uncalled for at the pa '.office at
Rock Island, Ills., Not. 4, 182:
Butler. C F Jliss McOreailf, Join
Claiier, Pefer J Miller, Msrgarelh Mr
Csscie, handolph Miller, Chax H lira.
Carr, Minnie L Mis M onteomery, Joshie
Mooter Uertrude Mis
Rice. Ellen S Mrs
ar, Wra Manse
Shand, Harry Mrs
S-hirctj N L Mrs
Girlcn, J S
Her.ry, i ass
Jones, J M
Ki-ys, S Mr
Led.-ett, Kicliard R
1 efber. J A
Toske, Tillie Miss
HOWARD WILLS, P. M.
9 Pe'er A Njquiat to Nels J W Johns
son, lot 8 block 6 Moline Water Power
Co's add. Moline $1,450.
J M Eklund to Carl PoeDitz, lot 4.
Eklurd's sutdiv, s J st-J 6. 17, lw
C C Worth to Hans Wilson, part block
0 E Jgwood Pnrd add, Rock Island, f 2 -20).
Frank McMeekin to M L Williams, wl
mi 20. 16. lw f 1.250
Jane S Johnson to E.la E Pearsall.
outlots 3. 4 and 5, part nwj nej 25, 19
le. $ 1,225.
Detief H Koester to Jacob Miller, part
wj swj nw 14. 17. 2w. $3 600.
W -i Sanderson to Cbippiannock Cem
etery associxtion, tract bv metes and
bounds. nl, 17. 2w. 5.430.
10 Estate of Drury M. Grant. Bond
ot Mary Grant as administratrix filed and
Estate of Edwin H. Parker. Petition
by administratrix for sa'e of personal
property at private sa'.e. Petition grant
ed. Estate of Nrtbanlel Dorrance. Inven
tory filed and approved.
Estate of Henry Housman, Claims of
Davenport Bag Co. allowed.
A rallying social of all tbe members atd
congregation of the First Baptist church
will be held in tbe parlors of the church
this evening. L'ght refreshments
will be served free, A short literary and
mueical program has been prepared.
Fo se 400 invitations have been issued.
If an" member cf the church orxsongra
gition has failed to receive an init.iT,
1 is owing to some unavoidable mistake.
Let all come ami have a real social.
HURRAH FOR GROVER.
Molina to be Paiatsd a Crimson Hue by
The democrats of Moline are arrang
ing for a grand ballelujth on Saturday
evening. The Auditorium haa been en
gaged and Chairman Eohn of the city
committee, is in correspondence with
Hon. Charles Dunham and other promi
nent orators. Ths Cable Flam'jeau club
is expected t turn out. Tbe Light
Guard band and Drum and Rifle Corps
will furnish music. It is probable that
Rock Island will send up a large delega
tion. There is m'ica j illity of course mani
fested among tha Moline democra s over
tbe general result.
Htverlj's minstrels Monday night.
C. F. Fleming bs returned tj his
home at San Jose, Cnl .
Havcrly's famous Mastodon minstrels
at Harper's theatre next Monday n:ght.
Andrew Donaldson of Rurel wr.a iu the
city today with a smile a mile wide. He
has heard of the election.
The next big amusement event will be
the appearance of Haverly's minstrels at
Harper's theatre next Monday night.
Daniel Murphy, of Chicago, who has
relv.ives in the city, has arrived bere'
and will make Rock Island his borne
Ji tan Lloyd, who has been in New
York studying sanitary plumbing. hts
returned home and is at work witb
Blake & Burke.
Bright festooning at 5a a yard at. Krell
& Math's. Ever boo y could and ehou d
decorate at the iirio.es we are selling dec
orations, at Krell & Math's.
8cnd your orders for game, fish, lob
aters. clambs, shell and canned oyU a
to Harry Sruytbe's, 1819 Stcocd avenue.
Telephone 1017. Orders for wi'd tur.
keys taken for Thanksgiving.
Rt Rev. Alexander Burgess, Protes
tant Episcopal bishop of the diocese of
Q jlncy, returned Monday evening from
Baltimore, where be has been attending
the general convention. He was accom
panied by Irs wife and daughter, who
have been summering in the east. Miss
Burgess was ill when she went away, but
she is now completely restored to health,
Mittens Made of Human Hair.
In the extensive collection of curiosities
that Cuptain Alvin Hall, of Deering, has
been uc-cuiiiuhitinjr durinjr his many voy
utrwi i" the past twenty-five years is a pair
of mittens that at a casual glance has a
very ordinary appearance, and looks mther
out of place anions the beautiful corals
and shells of the cabinet. But closer iu-Bpt-ction
slio-vs that they are no common
place mittens, but are made of human hair
very neatly woven. When drawn upon
the hands they feel ns if the coldest at
mosphere could not penetrate them or the
roughest us.--.fre destroy them. They ary
undoubtedly exceedingly warm and dura
ble, for they have seen hard service on the
hands of a second mate of Captain Hall's
vessel, whom he shipped in South America
two years ago.
The man was a German, uud said that
the mittens were muiie from his wife's
hair. He gave them to Captain Uall, since
he had another pair made from a mixture
of the hair of his mother and sisters. The
hairs of this second pair were of several
colors, the white of his aed mother iK-iin;
prominent. He said it was not an iufre
quent custom among Germau sailors to be
thus supplied with mittens for a voyage,
and certainly it is a sensible economy to
thus utilize the combings from the heads
of their families, which would otherwise
be thrown away. Portland Transcript.
A Valuable Remedy-
Hon. Edmund L. Pitts, the late presi
dent of tbe New York State senate,
"State of New York, Sente Chamber.
Albanv. M-!rcb 11, 1886 I have used
Allcock's Porous Plasters in my family
for tbe past five years, and can truth
fully say tbey are a valuab'e remely and
effect great cures. I would not be with
out tbem. I.bave in several ics'ances
given some to friends suffering with weak
and lame barks, and tbey have invaria
bly affoidtd certdn and speedy relief.
They cannot be too highly commended."
We Lave both used "Mother's Friend"
and find it to be one ot the best medi
cines in the world, ana would cot be
without it in confinement for 8Dy con
sideration. Mrs Sarah F. Vincent,
Mrs. Mart A. Luck,
Rock Run, Ala.
bold by Hartz & Bahnsen.
I Have, aa Ton Know.
been selling Bradfield's Femali Regulator
for years, and have had a steadily increat
log demand for it; it gives tbe very beat
satitif action. I frequently sell it to phy
sicians, who use it in their practice with
the most satisfactory results.
R. Thomas. M. D.,
Sold by Harts & Bahnsen. .
ERADICATES BLOOD POI
SON ANO BLOOD TAINT.
It is a plain fact that twenty per op-u
of tbe deaths in our larger cities are
causad by consumption; and when wc re
flect that this terrible disease can be
forestalled by Dr. Bull's Cough 8vruj.
shall we condemn the sufferes for Miei.
negliaence. or pity them for their ignorance.
Ceveral bottles of Swift's Specific (S.S. S.)
entirely cleansed my system of contagious
blood poison of the very worst tvpe.
YVm. S. JLookis, Sureveport, La.
CURES SCROFULA EVEN
I IN ITS WORST FORMS.
In Olden limes
People overlooked the importance of per
manently beneficial effects and were sat
isfied with transient action, bat now that
ii is generally known that Syrup of Figs
will permanently cjre habitual constipa
tion, well informed people will not buy
other laxatives, which act or a tim but
finally injure tcesystrn'.
scbofita In 1884, and clemsed my
m eni'- from it by takin? sewn
. a bare nox naa any sytnt
. C V. Wilcox.
Spartanburg, S. C
HAS CURED HUNDREDS OP
CASES OF SKIN CANCER.
Treatise on Blood anJ Elfin Disoaf mnUd
free. Swift Sricinc Co, Atlanta.
Popular Prices-Easy Payments
Furniture, Cain Stoyes, etc.,
Juat now we are making a Mr 1r"v on Harpet8.
week beginning Mon lav. vv,v. 7 h, we will make and
lay KHEE attj- Brtjsselt,1 or Velvet Carpet
'bonght of u.
Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets.
Parlor Suits for $30 00 worth '$40.00.
Bedroom suits for $18.00, worth $25.00.
Big values in Chairs, Tables and Sideboards..
STOVES- Our assortment is complete; every
thing goes. LOW PRICES.
EASY PAYMENTS No extra charges.
OHAS. A. MECK,
322 Brady Street, Davenport, l-.
. Open till A'o'clock. Saturday's till 10.
You Feel Relieved
The minute you see our grand stock of new
and Popular Shoes; they look fresh and
desirable. The first glance shows you that you
are in the right place; everything looks inviting;
no mistake about this being a modern up-to-the
times shoe store. You wake up to the fact that
you have got into the right store.
301, 30JJ W. Second St., Davenport.
231 Twentieth street.
Roek Island Brass Foundry
ND ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
All kinds of brs, bronze and aluminum bronze casting, all shades and temper. Make
a sperialty of brass metal pattern and a 'tunc work.
Eh r 4KD Orrica At ml First avenue, near Ferry landing.
J. MAGER, Proprietor.
R. G. Hudson - M. J. Parkkb.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
All kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimates
furnished when desired.
Shon cor. First ave. ard beventer-nth Rock island.
J. OTa CHRISTY,
'imnficMB of imkb m fim
Ask Tonr Qmrtr for Them.
They are Bas.
The Christy "OTrrB".r,d Christ 7 W