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Ic Combs 1725 Second Ave, AXTe do not give all v ' people bargains some of the 13 time, "Mor some of the peo x p!e "Dargalns part of the time; gut all the people rag-ins all of the AJ time. 1 Note some of oar gi gant'c offerings this week in Hosiery, Underwear, Dress Goods and Cloaks We name the price and very seldom miss a sale if the purchaser is post ed on quality and price. Hosiery and Underwear Sale. Childre-ns and Misses black all wool hose, sizes 5 to 8; linen covered heel and toe three pair for...: 50c Infants bootees, all wool, per pair 10c 10 dozen 480 pair of ladies blank ribbed wool hose; al ways 25c per pair, this week 3 pair for 5?c Ladles1 black lleeced hose, ex tra quality, all sizes, 2 pair. for 25c One case of 40 dozen extra quil ity. black fleeced hose, 8 10 10 (ladiiM.) per pair 15c Infants black wool hose made from bpanish yarn, per pair.. 5c 25 dozen infants' libbed vests. always 25c, vour choice 15c 25 dozen camel hair vesls and pants (childrenV). sizes 16 to SO rise 5c a size. None i . wuen mese are tone. sale.. c Ladies' ecrue fleeced lined ribbed vests, for this sale 15c Kxtra heavy ladies' llocccd ribbed vests and pants to match, each 25c Ladies' natural gray ribbed vests and pants, always 48c, your choice ".. ... 393 Cloak Department. Ladies' black jackets, fast black, new slecvea, notch velvet col lar, always $1.98. This week, all sizes, 32 to 44, for 2.97 Ladies' extra 'heavy diagonal chinchilla jacket.in blacks and navys. large buttons, storm coliar, always 7.00. This week ." $4.gs Just received. another invoice of those Irish Frieze jackets, in tans and brown mixtures, al ways I12.C0. This week t7.50 We have a complete line of la. dies' celebrated salts seal plush capes, ranging in price from fJ.50 to f-0. Inspection in vited. Wc arc showing a complete line i'f children's and misses' long cloaks and reefers at prices that will surely stiityou. Crockery Department LMPS. LAMPS. LAMPS. Lamps of every description. Small, medium and large. Oar stock nf thete goods is simply great. We have them in a gold lacqner tiuish, gr.Id plate, delft and onyx. What can yru find that will make a finer wedding or birthday gift than a nice lamp. We have placed on sale a line of these goods as follows: Banquet lamps, cupid stand, finished in gold lacquer, with new central draft burner, complete with shade, fr f 1.05. Banquet Ismp, cupid stand, cen tral draft burner, with large deco rated globe, tirst 4 ass lamp in every respect, at f 2.15. Banquet lamp, Dresden decora tions, new central draft burner, ex tra large globe, at $2.9$. TRADE AT & The Busiest and Best Store, YOUNG MIS BAD AS THE BEST. Rock Island County Like the Remainder of the Country. REPUBLICANS CAEEY EVERYTHING. Soporb Party OrgBlztkm e)ta la Ita Work for the Tlctorloaa Bid, Bat Deaaa. crau Mka Gallant Bland Against tba Enemy. Bock Island county, went with the rest. The republicans helped them selves to all tbey conld lay their hands on and would like to have had more. Yet the democrats made a gallant stand against the enemy in the face of the tremendous odds against them. There were many things that operated to the advant age of the party triumphant. The increased vote was one thing, and the democrat! not having the inexhaustible funds at their disposal for every outlay incident to a great campaigo, could not secure the ad vance tally estimate that the local adherents of Mark Hanna were en abled to. Further than that the re publicans of Rock Island county had the most superb party organization in U'jck Island countthe republican party has ever had. The republican management throughout the state looked upon Rock Island county as having the banner organization of the party. Never was so much prac tical political work done by the re. publicans either in a systematic or demonstrative manner. The demo crats, however, took their stand and they held their own even in the face of the obstacles to success. 1 The democrats saved the member of the legislature from the wreck in the election of Willi am McEoiry, and for small favrs made possible by the all wiso foresight of the framers ROCK CAXWDATKS. 1 I Vrtsi'h nt. Mrvan. D. anil I Mi-Kinlev, i! I'.ilmer.ii. I) I.eveririir. I'm Il'trrmtr. Allireld. I. and 1". Tanner. K Furman. CI. D iiere. iro l.tful.-naut 1iirrrnrr. Crawford. 1. and I Noiihcoit. R Hi-.hcock. ;. O Kwpley, I'ro 'i'rrnmrrr. Paee. D. and I" liert.. It. ; Uid.rt.lei-, c. I Huyts. I'ro ( 'ongrtsg. M.iore. t Prince, K Holden. P (luMsworlhv. Pro Hnirrliif K'lUiil'tiatvm. Miller. 1. and V Pierce. It U'lTirtMtitatirtn. MeEniry. U IViytie. K Houghton. K Kihs. p Keleiier. I'ro t'irruit Vlrrk. .latins. I liamtilc. I: Muf' Attorney. Ilurord, II Searle. K Merryrnan. D Kekbart. K Surveyor. .TohnvoTi. F Uarliusr, K III' 1 .ilxOlOl in ira i f2.1J4M 14K 174 17T I ! 3 ll'.M 17 IS1 193 liS:U7 2:17 13 lv 1, . I . 31 ,'ISrt! 316; 14T. 110 IK. I II I7.VI 1 'ihVj'ism' lOii itc HSI 177 Ml IK! 1111 HI 19:1 li4SiH.i 174 Sit 31 4t St7 .1 .UK I 4T5 Sivi'il:! ii 17;.. ,.'l7 ini tl IOB IKK IBS 177 I '1H-? im'nii' .. 312I114 3 1.3 I i .. lf. ox'l.Trj . I inn'l IS . 317 2411,144 lin!lH9 1B7J177 I 1 Iftl'lflO 16(1,176 01 commonwelth laws in bygojf! days, we should be deeply thankioVaT Ana we are. William McEniry is elected to the Illinois general assem bly as minoritv representative from the Thirty-third district, and in the midst of our sorrows, comes the so- ace to be found in the knowledge of merit attached to the candidate as well aa in the fact that he is elected. We do not see anything else to re joice over locally at the present mo ment, out there is satisfaction in the realization on the part of loyal democrats that it was not an even fight, but tht they labored under Treat disadvantage and jet held thoir ground, although they did not triumph. The Return. As usual many of the election boards have been indifferent in the matter uf sending in their returns. and a great deal of annoyance has rc ouited. Ueports at hand, however, enable the publication of th at tached table, showing the vote of Hurts isiaua courty. The returns in" general have ben so incomplete and so blow in comicg in that it is impossible to reach an accurate tottl as to the county vole, but it is estimated that it will give a republican plurality of 3.200. as against 2,825 two years at-o and 1,018 on the head of th ticket in "92. Congressman Prince is re-elected bv an increase! maio-itv. but in the district south cf us Hen. W. H Xcece has laid out Congressman B. F. Marsh. Tha Court Honaa Bond Proposition. The vote is snrprieinply close on the court house bond propositlon. Moiine, as usual, going against it. The country districts are likewise disposed to disapprove of tte propo sition, showing the extent of the in fluence of a large percsn'ago of the supervisors in urging upon their constituents the duty of the county m tne premises, uuusiie 01 Kok Island the bond approval is defeated. but it is beliered there is a sufficient msjority in Kock Island, where it is carried nicely, to see it through. It has, therefore, remained for Bock Island alone to save the honor of the county if it is saved. THE AKQTJg, THE mXSCLTS IX 6ESU1I. HrttkqWm Heeelawa la Roan Island La at Nlrbt. The first thing that came over the wires to Rock Island last night from the country at large bad an exceed ingly ominous sound and the news that came thereafter did not convey anything of a different nature to bank on. Bock Island had abundant fa cilities for receiving the new, in the bulletin service of the Postal and Western Union Telegraph companies. WILLIAM M INIRT, the press report to Thb Arocs and the long distance telephone trans, mission provided by the telephone company. There was a jam at the Bryan club rooms, and at the repub lican tent on Sixteenth street and Second avenue, while manv people heard the news at the Y. M. C. A. auditorium and at the Harper, and viewed toe returns as displayed by the illuminated bulletin at The Ak. 6us office. is ,4yy UNOFFICIAL RETURNS OF ISLAND. MOLINE. ?! 5 I ! 2 I i - I I I ' I I I I 1 I I s imiI n'tn ion 113 lH lir lta.lto 1M !!:iii Mi 2M 14 .iHt' I : ! IOhI Itwl M 217 135! -'; I -10 144 11 1 1 s,- i; . ! ! 3 dt -7 !7'-i"d HIS lit 1727 'lt.-l 1101 51 0 l.il-ITS 177 7 113 I3i: X' 17-JS33 il I3: -ft 131 l 2 Si 1 .. 4 1 4 i i' ii!iwj m if"-;! r-:ir, inj 119! ll-Vlrtl 17PHi),17H lKlil 3i:l IW iMl 1 INi; O 3I.V V.'.i I.. I3I1 fV 17?i I, S3 !IS lid lS iKi 13! i:i:iii,u,K - I Mi! K2 l; 2-. 212 1 1: 3 . 3 I 1 ss . 1X1 ft!.2l'J I . l2 . 1H2 I3NSJ1 ! I ."Bl 177IS-T IHu'7lC!- I 4:h 3141 3 ss 3B7 y; .v.m 4Xll24ii.fi its 207;-.ix ssvw;-. KH.315 2II 4:X3I.V211 6S Mt at . (to llil2l IS I I.U IT- Sui5S2 Will i7 IWil'13 l:f l innl 52 1 32 I I I I I 2Sr2, ,2I 143 133 3H2 ; i n.V 20 2M, I 91 114: 2U3 ' 1 i k 1 ml 21 'i 2M3I 1! I.U 17iilii4 136 3K. 1 I i I X-MlCillM 4fi 13rt l.'tti 376 ;21I4212I51 13i 57:i77 23 l4 Ifwl IMj 3!) 325 ' I I I I 131 R7ll7 C!3r' 17 1K2 XW i:j,326 Mi.W, 103 51 131 1 1 1 ,2 143 212 134 37H l3 (t5'07i 9K SO 132 I 21 20 142 21(1. 1337t Bow lad Inrocgn. tha atraat. Whea enough news had been re ceived from which to base a conclusion as to the general result, the Mc Kin- ley adherents in Bock Island became wild and uncontrollable. They got out the Lincoln club band and with bazoos, horns, tin pans and cowbells, they marched np Second avenue and then down again, at the same time creating a din. in the midst of which the inspiring strains of "Marching Through Georgia" by the bsnd were almost drowned. It was confusion made manifest, bedltm let loose it was a crowd drunk with dolight and excitement, and it marched and yelled until it was exhausted. Some of the eathusiaits were still screach ing at daylight this morning, and they have been keeping it up all day. This morning a broom bearing bri gade was formed at the republican tent and started out to parade the streets. o Their Oaavrtf ttla4 of It. In their zeal to defeat Brvan in Scott county the democrats carried down the entire county ticket, the count v rolling back into the republican column where it had not been for years by 800 to 1,000 majority. Dav enport city and township also went republican. Curtis was re-elected to congress in the Second Iowa dis trict by an increased plurality over Ham. Canghlln-Wetoh. Jeremiah F. Coughlin. of this city, and Miss Johanna Welch, of Moline, were married at St. Joseph's church at 8 o'clock last evening, by Rev. Father Mackin. Miss Maggie Brady and Frank Law. ler attended the couple as bridesmaid and groomsman, respectively. Mr. Coughlin is a well known and up right man, hi bride also having many friends in this city, where they will reside. Far ova rtfty Vanea Mr. Win.lia'a fiw,l,;.. O v.. - - . .uw.v n m wv..uu mi uu ana been used for children teething. It aooinea tne cnua, soiiens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic and is the . beet rexneiv frr diarrknM Twenty-five cents a bottle. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1896. MAN USES A KNIFE. Edward Collins Assaulted on Second Avenue. OUT H THE HECK BTA 8TRA5QER. A Bbaat for tha DeaieeraUa Fre Idea ttnl Candidate at rullawad by a Cowardly At task The Aaaallaat Tfcaa Dteapaaen from tha Crowd Otaar Police Kaws. Edward Collins, a young man claiming La Crosse as his home, was slashed in the neck with a knife by a stranger on Second avenue near the Bryan clnb headquarters during the excitement prevailing during the re ception of the returns about 10 o'clock last night. - Collins, who is a peaceable appear, ing young fellow aud who says he came to Bock Islond in hopes of se curing employment at the shoe fac tory, describes bis assailant as a smooth faced, middle-aged and rather corpulent man. After the cutting Collins hurried to the sanitarium, where Dr. G. G. Craig sewed up the wound, which fortunately was not very deep, lie then came to police headquarters and told bis story. He ssid that he was sauntering down the avenue when he heard something favorable to Bryan, whereon he joined the multitude of voices about him in giving vent to his joy. He met face to face with the smooth faced man, who also sent oq a shout for Brysn, which Collins pleasantly answered with another whoop for the democrat ie nominee, whereupon the stranger said to bim: You ! You had better shout for McKinlej!" Then he slashed Collins on the left side of the neck and Aid into the crowd. Collin' ioiuries are not at all ser ious. He described his assailant to ROCK ISLAND COUNTY. OTHER : ! 2 f : I : I 213 I .vJli5 ! Sll Tsl "I w'lxlllR 3ti 2Z.I 22.1 "271 222 IJrlSit 122 143 13"! 5' S . 1 15, 1 133 ian HI T4 i 2SI.2I2V 12n;li 12.1.14 til ivn 173 .. 17 7 ll! , 3,2iW . 2.U iv '"I IS l73i :mj '.El, Inifi irr: uri 5i 21 'aiH 2"i K 3222 Hi- 32! 7 l.'i III 18 I 21 21 42 "-jnN 21 III 13 . 71 V ;3i 2411,2X2 . 23 141 2,1. ' - y1 3 f I2tt.l42 Ja,' 122 i:7 Sll 121,141' I207 121 . 211 274-. 2n." 3K' 1 1221 2' 276i . tie police as best he conld and they will make an effort to locate him. Heard at tha Station. William Myers, a joung fellow hailing from Chicago, wss picked op on Fifth avenue and Twenty-seventh street, paralyzed drunk, by Officer Carlson last night. A stranger who says his name is McCarthy was arrested oa Fourth avenue and Twentieth street about 8 o'clock this morning. He was drank an1 had been prowling about the residence of G. I'. Frysirger. A river man named ferry com plained to the police today of having been dimmed out of 1 by Martin Kelly at the Senate saloon. Ferrv said that he wagered fl that Kelly did not have enough in his posses sion to cover that amount, whereupon the latter tossed f 1 onto the bar, and gathered in both pieces of money, rerry was intoxicated and, the police did not consider his story straight tnough to warrant airest. William O'Keefe, formerlv em ployed as a plumber in this' city, but whose Home is in Davenport, spent last night at police headquar ters. O'Keefe has a tale from the text of domestic infelicity, his wife having applied for and obtained a divorce durirg his absence from home; and the latch string is not oat for him any longer at his former place ct abode. Mrs. O'Keefe got a divorce on the grounds of desertion. O'Keefe has a family of several chil dren. Uaeala Bepablleaa Claba, Attanttoa. All members of the Lincoln Flam beau clob. Lincoln Marching club. Rock Island Flow Com pan v Soucd Money club. Sixth Ward McKieley and Tanner clnb. Lincoln Hebrew club. Lincoln Colored clnb. Steel Workers' McKinley dab, and all other sound money or republican clubs desiring to go to Moliae to night to attend the jollification meet 'K irq"td to report at the Lincoln club headquarters without torches. Everybody is to provide himself with something to make a noise. W. T. Ciiasso. C. F. Gaetjck, Adjc CoL Com. AFTERNOON RECEPTION. Fries aa aaarar BUee Entity Sohmldt. llesdames Peter Fries and James Connor gave a reception to about two hundred friends at the Fries raal- dence on Eighteenth street this after. noon in Honor ol Hiss Emily Schmidt. Yellow was the predominate? coior at toe residence, wnicn was prettily decorated with crysanthe mums and ribbons of a golden hue. except in the parlor where the decorations ware nink. Tha hostesses were assisted in receiving by llesdames H. W. Dusenberre. J. R. Kimball. D. T. Robinson. L. S. McCabe. E. W. Hurst. J. P. Comecva. Mrs. G. a. Craig; Misses Mary Comegye. Irene nosenneia. t lorence Uart, Sadie Dart, Amelia Huber. Fannie Huber. Fanaie ttosenheld. and LUlie Huber. of Dav enport, and llits Peterson, of Chi caeo. The receiving boura were from a ta S. A mandolin orchestra dlseonraed enchanting music while refreshments were ocing servea The Verne Swain made her dall visit to the two cities, and the J Long and Winona went north. The stage of water at the Bock Island bridge this morning was s.10 ana tt-log; the temperature 83. The water is falling at St. Paul. stationary at Red Wing and Du buque, and rising at all other points. The river will continue to rise from Beed's Landing to Bock Island. Generally cloudy this afternoon. partly cloudy tonight and eolder: fair and colder Thursday; westerly X J- 1J - - wiuua. jousy a temperature . F. J. WaLX. Observer. TOWNS. S ! 1 5. c I3J 1K2 K 4i 9v n; I ... I 1 ,13 I .. 173 I3H r2ll 1X2 imi'llit ,211 1121 III ,2j MS 155 117 221. iKt) 21 l2 3 91. I" 125 221 iim I 1 19 220 wt Aa laaawrtaat IMaTaraaor. To make it apparent to tbonsan's. mina inemseives til, that they are not afflicted with any disease, bu: that the system simply needs cleans ing, la to bring comfort home to their hearts, as a costive condition Is easily cared by using Syrop of Figs. Manufactured by the California Fig Syrup company only, and sold by all aroggissa. Ta Onre a CaM la Uaa Day Take laxative Uromo Oninina Tab lets. All droirfista refund the money if it fails to cure. 26 nenu It's Surprising How many people boy gro ceries without ever giving; a thought aa to whether or not they are pore. Any good housswife knows there is a world of difference ia grocery foods now-a-days, and each one ought to get as nearly pore foods as pos sible. We Pride Ourselves That we handle a reliable line of goods not as much money in them perhaps, bat more satisfaction to oar pa trons and ourselves. Keep your eyes vpea when you bay, sad you will see what we mean. Geo.A.McDonald W04 Fifth Aya. Paoie UN. mcCABE'S "-ir-y-ir-iriT-iii Special Values in Clankets. McCabe Bros, have lout received a ear load at bed blankets at U per rent under ent Burke values. Toes foods we eoutractsd for away back in May wbea labor, wool and cots were at the lowest. They are now on sale at prtora rarely quoted on blah male blankets right at the nreaent naason's best. 00 pairs 10 4 white an 4 aanHsrvarav fleeced cotton blanket, the 6Se kind, at 44e a pair. S00 uairs fa&rr sllkv fleeced Ra-rntisn eotton blankets, value f 1.8$. far nod S4c a pair. soo pairs 10-4 extra heaw wool and cot ton mixed silver tray triaukets, tnefLTS kind, for tl.ss a pair. 150 pair suDerior crav wool b'anketn. foil km size, regular price would be (2 6 for I.. Sole Agents for Dr. Clark's Medicated fray blankets, blehtv rerora- tneoded for their sanitary qualities, at the following special prices: Rim IO-4. 4 . ual S4 r.. for at ft a pair. R ue 11-4. S t. value SS M. for S4 a pair. SA pair "loMen Rule-pure ('allfnrnia white wool blanket Milt nlik. valuer tar only It a pair. Buggy Robes. We bare placed oaaale a limited quantity f heavy all n-ool btirrr role. rerular priev aar v. SSa. A new hlpmeot of Hoe pltxh btirrr robe at m.lk fi l;. ex k. Hhi. fl 4;. 44 in and fS .W ' Window Shades. ten doren m'ler window tiade. Xnr t feet wide by feet luns. tha reroiar Aa qualllr. lht tut unir Ue. Sne dnnra V abadea. nil She earfe. anaanhaaVanhaabanadfcal ncnic I Two ways tj make art wrong way. Thf e is more than one wav to males It i wrooif. One is to have a cheap tailor make up a good 4 piece of goods Another way Is to have a good tailor 4 make up a poor piece of goods. There is but one way fc 4 to get up a good overcoat, and that Is to have a good h lujiucwiiciciiirvarc. wc nave gox overcoats. inerZ" J were made by go?d tailo s and they were made right. You can come here and look at them, and if you don't like them you "don't have to" take any of them all you are out is a little time. When you go and get measured you are out your time, ("in a measure", 4 getting measured, trying It on to see how it tits, ard 4 after that tiylng it on to h ivr. the mlsukes remedied. . . ,L.. r - r - m W uiicyuu wuci uacmii m at wnx. une ot the ) 4 swellest overcoats in Rock Island is a Patent Beaver. m We have it. It costs $18.50 You can get one made a T tn nrArT fulltr a trnnA - Cm fm e.4 W 1 r : in overcoats that was ever shown Is our K-rscy over- f J coat, black or blue, at $0.90. Men have told us that they don't see how we can do it. Didn't expect to a r J year ago. but thiogs are 4 money talks. Bring yours JSOMMERS 1804 Second Avenue. out Crushing GEO. SCHNEIDER. CKSTBAL 8UOK 6TOBE, .... 171a KVrXiSO AVEKUt Headquarters for Footwear at Lowest Trices. LAUNDRY LOGIC Man is a seasonable being. Recognizing this fact we want to reason with him regarding his laundry. Wouldn't you rather have your collars and cuffs done uo in the most approved style, and made white and clean looking? Wouldn't you rather have your laundry come home i.romptly on the day promised? Wouldn't you rather have a laundry do your work that uses the most modern machinery, etc.? If you do (and we are sure you MUST) drop us a postal or telephone 1295, and our wagons will call any time desired. The Rock Island "i irvarLHji.n Special Value in Underwear. Bmdal valuen In Imif A eotton fleeced ahirta and I rawer, worth Ttxk we started the sterna st sc A larky pur chase enables us to ecu tuna bow at Sue, If ea'a nanltarv natnral nul at.iw. J drawers, good Me value, at Tie. SS nVwm an'! arar an i veil afilrta iAm- ers all gone) 43c value, out ttiey go at sse. tdvflaa nrtiltn aierliia and nnaai hntr amatii and nanta (aot unite all alraat ha. valves, will eloae tbevs at SJc ladiea' aanltarjr wool vests and pants, vaioe S 4c, now ic Indies ribbed natural wool fleeced vesta, vail s'zes, to close at 45c Coats and Jackets. I Ate Saturday evening by the last express delivery we received a lot of jarkets which are the choice barf aius of the aeaann. We have planed then oa sale. Ther are the newent eoi iprptkmn of the eastera cloak mak ers, booele, beawr. kersey, aatrartiaa and the stylliih two-lone and wilved rlotla as murk In demand now. lYlees ranf froai 4-24 to 12. TTe make a BBfelal memtlnn of a mafnlB eent black iwevcv la the lot. every also, at WOUI4 be elsewtem Ttiens reads are made by the ceMn-atrd cloak makers, Meyer, Jouaasou Jt Co. Their name la a sure raatanty of superior finish and fit. MCCABE BROS. 17), 17K. 1724, 1726, and 1728 Second Arena. Mr-IE J overcoata rljht wav and unsettled this year in and hear It. . 1 and r & LAVELLEJ Competition Is w hat me are cow doing on .Ladles' Welt and Tura iibties. Tbej will make aa e1rtjt eboe for winter wear and ran out le juel)d for tba Q2.CO Will rjive jtiu your choice vt a fair worth tlirO, , ibt 4eir We siow have all siees and widths, so come rarlj sad ;ct first l k. Steam Laundry.