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THtS ARGUS, PRIDAT, NOVEMBER il, 1892.
Returns on Congressman and
THE YOTE BY COUNTIES ON EACH.
Tke f ig urea on Cnngrrwimin are Yet I n
, coaaplrte bat Indicate That Marsh Has a
4in4 Majority Mulligan, I'ayne and
HraN forthe Legislature Vinton's Show
Th Tote of the Eleventh congressional
district on congressman is still in-on
1ete, but indications favor 'be placing
of (be returna an follows-
, Hardee, oa ..
Tatata lSOfOllBWiO -W21 1J4
Marat's plnrslltj in district, 80S.
Tbe unofficial returns from the Twen
ty-flrst senatorial district indicate the fol
lowing as the distribution of the voit:
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Bark f aland.
Boneless bam at Sommers.
Concord grapes at Lang's.
Oysters and celery at Ling's. '
Dressed cbinkens tt Summers',
Nice dressel chickens at Long's. j
Sweet potatoes at George Browner & I
Apples by barrel and bushel at Bom -mors'.
b.lvercburo buttering at George Bro D
er k Co's.
Sweniab knacks broid at George
Browner & Co's.
Bulk oysters and celery at George
Browner & Co's.
Ducks and chickens at G jorae Broo
er's Columbian market.
Special today and tomorrow. Over
gaiiers 49c at Dolly Bros.'
Bronze slippers See our line a'. $2 50
all widths The Boston.
f 2.50 our ladies' $2.50 cloth top shoe
beats them ai! The Boston .
T- C. Edmonds of Newrk, N. J , is in
tbe city visiting with relatives
They have come that car load of ap
pies at George Browner & Co's.
Try tbe Hock Island and Davenport
free ferry. Down with bit;b prices.
Bulk and canned oysters, celery, cran
berries and sweet potatoes at Sommers'.
Tbe handsomest line of ladies' wtli
shoes at f 3 an 1 f 4 in the city Tbe Bus
ton. Calfskin and Dun D angola s:bool
schoes in widths. Trv a pair Tbe Bos
ton. Wanted Five first class painters ai
cp. Jos'-ph Leacb, 309 Eigniecntn
Union Hose company masquerade at
Wagner's Opera house Moline tomorrow
Mis Mary E. Davis left last night for
Nelnoii, Neb., on a visit to her brother,
S. E Davis.
Just received a late shipment of
. ladies' fine we t shoes, in button and lice
We can show you the handsomest line
of lailies' f 4 welt shoes ever shown in
the city l he Buston.
David IIcnne: y was fined f5 ard coi e
for indu'ging too freely in the flowing
bowl by Maiiistrate Wivill today.
Tbe democrats of South Rock Islaud
meet tonight at tbe Town ball, All d m
ocrats of the township are invited to at
If you want something extra fine for
decorating your home?, parlors or club
rooms on any occasion, remember Krell
k, Math have it.
Georce F. Roth yesterday sold bis
property at tbe corner of Fourth avenue
and Eleventh stieet to James T. O'Con
nor, tbe consideration being $3,200.
Fred R. Emmons, operator at the C,
R. I. A P. was united in marriage at St.
Joseph; Mo., to Miss Avis Brandon.
They will make tbeir home in this city.
Tne Union Hose company of Moline
given its first crtnd masquerade of tue
season at Wagner'a O para house tomor
rtw night. Five pnzei will be gtven
Oue of tbe dummies in front of Simon
fc Mosenfelder's store was robbed of a
915 overcoat by unKnowa thieves last
nwht and tbe pulics have b ;ea unsble to
Ladies' tbould call aud see samples
and learn particulars of our danciag
sho-s made to order in three days
slippers made of same material as the
coatume Tbe Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hurst enterta ned
lumber of couple of tbeir friends Ut
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
veniric at tbeir pleasant borne on Biith
avenue and Nineteenth street. It ws e
S0't of social celebration of the result of
tbe late election.
Dancing shoei We have made an ar
rang meet with an exclusive manufac
turer of evening slippers, whereby yoo
can ordi r any oesired shade of satin or
s ze in all dclic e shades and pet them
in three dajs. Fit guaranteed Tbe Bos
Fr.nk Whiteside a freight brakeman ot
theC.M. & Si P. who ran into th
city for tome time, but of late has beec
running above Sv itina. fell from a train
near Lanark Junction last night and was
iattanlly killed. His home is at Cordova
where he was married only about tbret
months ago. Tne remains will be brought
there for interment.
l te Kockford (jor.atruction romparjv
has it Fourteen i h street paving job
orop'eted and will have one block
through on Sixteenth street by tomorrow
night. Tbe blocs, on Fifteenth street i
ready for the pavers and will be flnishe-i
in another week Tbe remaining block
on Sixteenth and the two blocks on East
and West Seventeenth will be put through
bis tall it possible.
Was a tilorloos Day.
Written by G. L. Lor mer of Chics. -o,
Tht Sth of November was a elorions dij,
The democrats esme oat is battle array,
Ot the tarriff Issue we won the flehl,
Acd knocked liuie Beoole clear oat of sight.
Cleve and Steve are at tbe bead.
At U-t the O. O. P. i dead.
Twaa a campaign of education.
That won the victor; for this great nitioa.
Ad thanks to Greohsm. MeVesgh, Rea, et al.
For svrriora rendered ton this f M ;
AlMMhatdemocnt of democrats, Sena'or Bill,
Who laid o u the Fo:cc and HcKinley bill.
Coin mbns war a democrat, that's very clear,
Forsint lsy a democraiic yer!
Now kep the ball rolling for 1S9S,
For we've got tbe G. O. P. in a very bad tlx.
What! Illinois democratic.
And rven California that was so emphatic;
Winronsin, too, ha. c:me to tay.
And Ohio has gone aetiaj .
Stories of n Wild neast.
A few years apo il,c belief became cur
rent in our npir)ihnrhrwt that ..
lavild animal lurked in the woods nlKiut
now Here, now there. It Imd lieen seen ir
t he dusk, tyjme bi los had encounterec.
it in the niKht, ;! one of them was nearrj
killed. Thi n a calf and a sheep were re
ported killed and partly devoured. Woniet
and children became afraid to go through
the woods, and men avoided them after
sundown. One day as I passed an Irish
man's shanty that stood in an opening in
the woods, iiis wife came out with a paii
and begged leave to accompany me as far
as the spring, which lay beside the road
some distanc e into the woods. She was
afraid to ko alone for water on account of
the "wild baste." Then, to cap the climax
of wild rumors, a horse was killed.
One of my neighbors, an intelligent mar
and a good observer, went up to see the
horse. He reported that a great gash had
been eaten in the top of the horse's neck,
that its back was bitten and scratched
and that lie was convinced it was the work
of some wild animal like a panther, which
had landed upon the horse's back and
fairly devoured it alive. The horse had
run np and down the field trying to escape,
and finally, in its desperation, had plunged
headlong off a high stone wall by the ban.
and been killed. I was compelled, to ac
cept his story, but I poohpoohed the con
elusions. It was impossible that we
should have a panther in the midst of ns
or if we had that it would attack and kill
ahorse. But how eagerly the people be
lieved itl It tasted good. It tasted good
to me, too, but I could not believe it.
It soon turned out that tbe horse was
killed by another horse, a vicious beast
that had fits of murderous hatred toward
its kind. The sheep and calf were prob
ably not killed at all, and the big dogs had
had a fight among themselves. So the
panther legend faded ont, and our woods
became as tame aud humdrum as before
Th Intra llorron-eri.
Along with tii habit, to pronounce poo
pie's names correctly, to ivply promptly t,
notes, and the like, another murk of the
regard for the rights .f others which in
dicate.s inherent n i'ine'iient, is theprnc
f tice of retuniinu borrowed articles. Il
cities aud larce com to u in lies t Here is com
paratively little of the kitchen borrowing
that has come to be proverbial in stories,
but there area few households which do nol
find a fairly pood list of borrowed articles
accumulated iu the course of the year. A
book from this friend, nn umbrella fron
that, a writt.-n recipe from anot her, a bil
of fanty work as a model from another,
and so on. The use which the liorrower
has for the loaned articles is temporary
It is therefore purely a selfish laziness
which retains i hem, after such use, fron
the owner, who may lie in positive and
continuous need of the thing. Her Point
of View in New York Times.
Scrofula, whether hereditary or ac
quired, is thoroughly expelled from tbe
blood by Hood's Sarssparilla. tbe grea:
100 Etward f 100
Th e readers of this pat)er will be
plesssd to learn that there is at least one
drendod disease that science has been
able to cure in all its stages, and that is
catarrh. Ball's Catarrh Cure is the only
positive cure known to the medical fra
ternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
disease, rrquirei a constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon tbe hloovl
and mucous sur'aces of the system
thereby destroy ine the foundation of tbf
disease, atd giving tbe patient strength
by building up tbe constitution and as
sisting nature iu doing its work. Tbf
proprietors have so much faith in its cur
ative powerB. that tbey Her One Hun
dred Dollars for anv case that it fails t
cure. Sjnl for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CBESEY&CO..
Cirsoid by Druggists, 75c.
Rock Island County and the
A COLUMBIAN CLUB F0EMED.
Important Meeting; at the Harper This
Morning The Ohjeet Explained and Offl
eers Elected The Connty to ' be Thor
oughly Organized and Mnrh Wbck Done-
An important meeting of Rock Island
and Moline ladies interested in the pirt
women's wo k is to do in contributing to
the success of tbe World's Columbian
exposition, was held in the parlors of
Harper house this morning. Mrs. F W.
Gould, president of tbe Illinois Women's
Columbian board, was present and ad
dressed the meeting, explaining the pur
poses and aims of the board. It, was de
termined to organize the Rork'islmd
branch of the II inois board and tcn
list tbe efforts of tbe women of R ck
Island county in the work.
Officers were elected as fo'lows;
President Mrs. J. R. Kimball.
Vice-President Miss Uuber.
8ecr2tary Mrs. C. C Carter.
Treasurer Mrs. Morris Rosen field.
1 T. M. C. A. Week of Prayer.
The T. M. C. A. of this city, in com
mon with the other societies of the coun
try will observe cext week as a time of
special prayer for yountr men. Meet
iigs will be held every "evening during
the week at 8 o'clock except on Wednes
day, when the time will be changed to
8:45. Sunday tf ernoou at 8 o'clock
the re wiil be a mass meetint' ia the Cen
tral Presbyterian church to which both
ladies and gentlemen are lnvted.
J. E. Montrose. Manager
Rctarn by special reqneM
MONDAY, Nov, 14th,
with an entire change of Progiamme.
Crder the personal management of J. A . Havr rly.
nm. rooie, manacer; ine nne-t ana Dest
Minstrel orfitan'zation in the world, direct
froai a six mor.th'i ran at Haverly's
The V,,t, n..j( ( The beet C nedianv!
The l ft dm Ci a-'. 1 e br-t musician? 1
All the Ola Kav.iritcs-Billv R'ce. K. M. Ttall
R. M. Kavni Pmd RHnnall. A. M Ttwr.phpr Kt
pell, lid flcgert. Bank Winter, .Tames Wall, Har
ry Constanilne, Arthur Ynle. Geo. Evars, John
Aicueod, ,eo. Home.
No parade bot a crand fres open air Band Con
ceit at 8 o'clock p. m at Harjxr House on day of
I tnormance. r.ices, h w, ia, i ana zjc.
tihr daily akgcs delivered at you
a. aoor every ero.iii ne lor lac per weet.
XR RENT Farnlnhed rooms at 140S Second
70R RENT A hoase at 27i Eitthth and-a-half
avenue; inquire next door.
ANTED- A fiirl for inari! hinsewri at
1 lUIJItt'LlU Plltl'l,
JTOLE"1 Larire Hand Cart : tva 1-iblc informa
Jiion rtwardod, 6(10 Twentieth street
YI7 ANTED TWENTY FIVI5 RIKI,-, OS
fl' sweet potatoes, steatly work for three
weeks. Warm ra m and d-y work. Milan Can
ning and Preserv ng Co., Milan, HI,
W ANTED Earnest, Intfll'izent lady ti cstub-
V liah a cooJ payin; t3ine; one having had
exp-'rienre in a sick r om pre 'erred; call at suite
8, McCullongh block. Haven. rt, Iowa.
A Gk'NTS matting ?5 to 10 per dav seMine the
Flectrical Ai nilrr housi hoi I want, NW Bradv
street, Davenport, Iowa, second fl jor, room 9, 2 to
V p. m. Gui eral agent wanted.
AGENTS WANTTD WE WANT FiRT
class tniveline ale-mm to h-ndie onr luhri
nrati noils and grease as a sie line. Columbia
Oil ae ddreasr Co., Cleveland. O.
DO NOT be Humbugged-
Some dealers, in order to draw trade, resort to all sorts of adver
tising dodges 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
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 fmd 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 reauired to at
tract custom. By all means buy your shoes at the icquircu w ai
ngp3 A guaranteed saving of 25c to $1.50 on every pairbeside,
our shoes are warranted to eive satisfartion pv
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep fire all night with soft coal;
will not eas or srabe; heavy steel body;
Urge ash 1 an Call and examine this
wonderful stove sold by
New styles ot
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
Base Ball Headquarters. -
1,1,1, tikfiwm J'lV-
r-Jtl:j- .'t:':. .'-,t--::i, -i' . 1
' X.-.- T- V
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on han'l the finest brands of dotrcstic
and imoor..i cigars. A'l brands of tobacco.
The score of a'l '.he ball games will be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop,,
1S0S Second Avenne,
Whoever made the assortment
of Ladies' wrappers just
placed on our counters got
mighty little for their labor.
Their logs, however, is your
gain; you are spared the la
bor of making.
Lot 1 A good assortment of
dark shaded, well made,
Lot 2 Little better material,
iTTvy our brand of SMOKED MEATS.
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled. Telephone Ne. 1103. 1700 Third Ave.
WE ARE ALWAYS IN" IT WITH
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
Delivery wagons always on th road. Parties desirous of
having them stop at their residences, will please notify th
same at our ptemises.
MUNROE, DeRUE & ANDERSON.
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Market Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
5Qood Rooms by day or night.
USD3RHILL & GL A.S3, Proprietors.
J. T. DIXOJNT,
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
., ,3 v a. -v a. M.m
Some better ones, too. Yoa
can't afford to sew, sew
sew. when made up gar
ments are so cheap.
More of those 'Ladies' Night
But two garments to any one
Some late arrivals in blankets
ar going at low prices; see
the grey blanketa at fl.25 a