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THE AKGUS, 8ATOBDAY. NOVEMBER 28. 1896.
THE ARGUS. PaUls had Dallr and Weakly at lfM AfMM4Boekbloid.il. I In red attbevost- oajee M eeoad-clM suiter. J. W. POTTEB PUBLISH tS. XSMMw-Dailjr, 10 cent hM wk. WaiiJ. t LTO par annam : In adraoc SUM. AH eommnnlcaUona o( political at ffmmtr tlT eharaetar, political or raHciooa, moat bare real aaaas attach1 for yuoUeiOum. Mo nal article will ba printed orer ScUttoes. tigaatnrea OorrMprmdeBoe toliettM from mrj township is Rook Ialand conntj. Sbtcbdat, Novkxbbb 28, 1896. The newly elected chief justice of the Kansas supreme bench. Judge Frank Doster. is a pronounced so cialist. Molihe ia now to have a snuff fac terv. Moline is bound she will not be sneezed at. If there ia any to done the proud city is to do it. be De Mille's Lost Paradise," which failed to appear in Bock Island re. cently. has been seized by the sheriff. Now we imagine that sheriff is su premely happy. The Williams (Iowa) Reporter, six years old, has suspended publica tion. The plant will be placed in storage and the list consolidated with the Graphic-Herald, of Wtbster City. T. Lreroy vans was pu Dusti er and proprietor. Robebt J. Hitt is the latest claim ant for cabinet honors, providine he fails to break into the senate, wnicn is more than probable. Gossip con- necta the Illinois congressman with the state department. ies, "The First Christmas," by C F. Lester, who builds his pictures upon the text of the scriptures, "And there were in the same country shep herds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their dock Dy mgni. etc., a noble theme to which the artist has added the charm 01 his art with fine effect. To those who dwell upon the coming of the Chrlst- mastide with reverence these pic tures will appeal very strongly. Thev (certainly compose a fine col lection, ana are wormy 10 oe pre served. The number abounds in se rials and other contributions, both entertaining and instructive. Hectare's magazine lor December will contain a aeries of views, made, most of them, under the personal di rection of the editor of the msgszlnt. of points of historic interest on the road from Jerusalem to Bethlehem and in Bethlehem itself. The Christ maa Mcuiures win nave a special cover, richly printed, and decorated with one of Botticelli's noted Ma donnas, adapted and interpreted in line by Henry HcCarter. The complete novel in the uacem ber issue of Lippincott's is Toe Chase of an Heiress," by Christian Beid. The scene is in Santo Domin go, a region hitherto unfamiliar to fiction. "The Whippm? ol Uncle Henry" is a tale of Georgia before the war, in the original ana enec tive vein which is peculiar to Will N. Harben. Pauline Shacklford Colyar tells a Thanksgiving story of "Two Old Boys." "How Timmy Saved the Piece," by Livingston B. Horse, re cords a remarkable event in the theatrical annals of the humbler sort. The methods of "Shutting out the Sph" are set forth bv George Ethel- bert Walsh. D. C. Macdonald writes on "The Land of Taffy," the other name of which is Wales. George J. Varney gives the his of "Our First Silver Aline, ana uavia Bruce riiz- trerald describee "An Old Virginia r ox Hunt. "The evolution 01 the Source of Her Coafldeoee. Uncle Grorpr I really can't under stand you, liattic. All the married wo men yon know you say have made bad matches, and yet you are quite ready to try matrimony yourself. JUattie -Don't you know. Uncle George, that there's an excellent chance of getting a prize in a lottery where so many of tbe blanks have been drawn? Boston Transcript It ia easy to learn something about everything, tst difficult to learn every thing about scything. Emmana, TOIG & He COHBS MADE HIM CONFIDENT. Weil, Washington knew. No matter bow blue The outlook was time and asj'ta. 1 h a well worded ad Through the want column tad Would brio? a new host of brave men. WANTED VITASTED A GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL bousework. Reference required. Ap- pij ai n oevcnia avenue. WANTED AGENTS. LADIES AND trentx. to sell 6-bIaded ehoppuur knives. trw. " T- r isn. aioune, 1 " WANTED A GOOD PIANO PLAYER TO travel w'th a renertolre eomunT: aaiiHt be able to read at tiitbu Apply at Harper WANTED MEN TO INTEREST THEM-wIvm- . limitju, n.....t.u. ... . 1. f UOO each will be iriven away to active farm- era ao encourage settlers ana boom ine south. r uu particular, for two dimes to dm adver tisement, etc Southern Information Bureau. tjerura. Aim. FOR RENT. TjlOR RENT A NICE FLAT. X? at 1 ;uu Third a .'enue. INQUIRE F5 REST FTRNISHED BED ROOMS Hteam heat, at mil Fourth avenue. TilOR RENT TWO LARGE STORE ROOMR A- on corner of Four.h avenue andTwentieth street, iteiay tiros. r ; : - j Pnifor" U trar-pd hir Arnea Cnrr I "R1011 RENT-FIVE-ROOM FLAT, ti EIGH THS official vote on the proposed roster is tracea oy Agnes uarr jp teentn Mreet inquire of i. D. Taylor, constitutional amendment in tnisi&D "r 6. state was: tor the amendment, 193,057; against, 66.515. Tbe total vote cast was nearly 1,100.000, and as an amendment has to have a ma- loritv of all the votes cast, this one tailed by abont 367.000 votes- rEXJK KENT FURNISHED -ROOM. VERY A. convenient to business center with hnt water neat. Aiiaress. .v. y. z., A Bars omoe. "ClOR RENT SEVEN ROOM HOUSE ON I A. Second avenue: modern cnnvenifnmtmT atso six room noue. Dy i. w. llurat. Tbb talk about reorganizing the democratic party is pure nonsense. It was organized by Thomas Jeffer son a hundred years ago, and polled more votes at the recent election than ever before. It met with de feat, but was not beaten nearly so badly as in the Greely campaign, two yearB after which tbe democracy swept tbe country, a little repub lican rule soon harmonizes and in vigorates the party, no matter hoi extensive its temporarv demoraliza tion. Springfield Register. OR RENT A FINK, LARGE, 12 ROOM brick house in South Rock Island. : bath, water and irood barn, two acrea of ground. Two blockx from atreet ears. Inquire vi uvniuu at. Duvum FOR BALE. I "ClOR SALE CHOICE CITY A.' airy v to 1 S00. Reidy Bros. LOTS FROM Any location you desire. TjlOR SALE A FINE I A? lot. in South Heiithts; COTTAGE. LARGE can be bad at TJOR SAL 15 COTTAGES RANGING A from M to fl.&iO in price indifferent wwuuca. nciujr Drus. According to the records of tbe trcasurv department there were coined from Feb. 1, 1896, to Nov. 1, at the mints of the United States 16, 262,922 standard silver dollars, from the balance of silver bullion on hand purchased under the act of July 14, 1890. The seigniorage upon this amount was 15,051,430, which has been turned into the treasury. The balance of the silver bullion pur chased under the act of 1890 on hand Nov. 1. 1896. was 135,061. 2G3 fine ounces, which cost tbe government 1112,865,625, The coinage value of thia amount is 161,693.000. "ClOR SALE A HARD I A. 1725 SECOND AYE. We are not plungers, but when you see a big bargain and give our customers double value for their money, we pitch right in. Last week we attended the great Auction Sale of Edson Keith & Co., Whole sale Dry Goods, of Chicago. t Over $200,000 worth of Goods Bought for this season's trade, was thrown on the market and sold at whatever it would bring; and as we are always up-to-date for every snap, we have plunged heavily. Here we give you some of the -bargains at , H and x their value. Goods will 1)6 Moil Side May, M 23 And continue at these prices until all are closed out. DORN, The Fashionable TAILOR. Under The Harper. COAL STOVE used only two seasons. As good u new. Apply at 0218 Sixth avenue. Bat What to tha Bamady T Among the business men of the country none ia more capable of far seeing, and few are interested in more of the great financial and com mercial institutions than Secretary of tbe Interior V. K. irancis, and henoe any warning which be mav sound ahould be taken as coming, not from an alarmist or a pessimist, but from a aound thinker and conserve- tive man of affairs, a brainy, success ful business man and a statesman At a banqnet of gold democrats at Kansas City Wednesday night, a let ter was read from Mr. Francis, which treated something of a sensation After referring to the result of the recent election and declaring that in (KM Nineteenth street in?, so far as known. Arthur lakers- lev discusses "Anagrams. n Jean Wright has a lively essay on "Flirta tion as a nine Art." io poeirv 01 the number is by Elizabeth Crooks, Grace . Pennypacier, Emma C Dowd, and Arthur D F. Randolph Outing for December is one of the best numbers of the popular s port ing magazine that ever leit the presses, ine numoer opens witu "The Pectoral Cross," a powerful story of tbe stage, by Justine lnger soil. This is one of the best things of its kind that has appeared for many a dav. A second complete story, and a goed one. is ' Zinto. by u. t. xaunn, who proves to be well posted in the Customs Of bargain. Reidy Bros. the Indians about Great Slave Lake. Notable features of the sport and travel departments are: -"Hares and Hare Hunting," by id. W. Sandys; "At tbe Top ol turope." by h. M. Allaire; "American Amateur Ath letes of '96." y W. B. Curtis; -Go t in America to Date." by Price Col- "POR saie-a oood troom bouse ox lier. and "Racing Schooners." by B. L tiVZZlSV Z" had a. isurcnara The series of articles on "Tbe Prob lem of Elementary Education," by Dr. J. M. Rice, which have been in pro cess of preparation for nearly two years, will begin in the December number ol is iorum. These ar ticles are based on special tests un dertaken with more that one hundred thousand children, and represent an entirely new departure in the field ol pedagogical study, it is confi dently believed that these articles will prove to be ol the very highest value. J.hey cannot fail to be of vi tal importance to parents and teachers. The publishers of McClure's Maga zine annonce a Christmas number of quite extraordinary quality, both in its reading matter and its pictures There is to be a richly printed cover. decorated with one of Botticelli's most famous Madonnas, specially redrawn by Henry McCarter; a first reproduc tion of a Madonna painted by Jo sephine wood uoiby; a reproduction of a portrait of Washington painted at Valley rorge by Charles Wilson Peale, and never before published; re-l Linen Department. Turkey Red Damask table linen, Edson Keith Co.'s price 25a. Here this week, per yard 14C German damask table linen, Edson Keith A Co.'a price 37) x Here this week, per yard ZZC 54-inch damask table linen, check pattern, red border, Edson Keith A Co.'a price 27 J e. Here this week per yard 19C 58-inch bleached damask table linen, beautiful patterns, Edson Keith A Co. 'a price 42c per yard. Here this week......... 29c l,000y ards 20-inch craah fowling, Edson Keith ft Co.'s price 12) per yard. Here thia week, per yard 8iC 56 Inch oil boiled Turkey red table llnnn. Uuin Kalth A fV, nrina 60c per yard. Here this week .... 29c 51 dozen hock towels, bordered with fringe, Edson Keith Cx'J nrice ftl nar dncan. Ham thia week, each 5C 25 dozen linen towels, assorted fancy borders with fringe, also hem stitched goods in thia lot, Edson Keith 4 Co 's price $2.25 per dozen. Here thia cwk. wnnr hnl. each for I 2C 1.000 yards towling. all linen. Edson ieiih Ac uo. a price 8c per yard Here this week, per yard 6C 62-inch satin damask table 'linen, Edson Kieth A Co 'a ttriM KAa per yard. Here tt is week 48C TilOR SALE A FINE FRUIT FARM OF 10 A acres, two-story house. One mile from city limits. A bargain. Reidy Bros. "ClOR SALE A OOOD LARGE S-ROOM COT X taire on Fourth avenue: lanre lot. paving included, a splendid bargain. Reidy Broa. FOR SALE A MODERN HOCSE OF NINE rooms on Eighteenth atreet between Sixth and Seventh avenue, Reidy Broa. a good bargain. "CK)R SALE A TWO-STORY HOUSE, A lanre lot, nplendid barn, paving clear, on Fifth avenue near Twenty-sixth street. Can dc Dougutcneap. tceiay tiros. TjlOR SALE A NEW MODERN HOUSE ON A- Fifth avenue and Twentv-ninth street. near old Warner residence: will take small piece of property in trade. Reidy Broa. "CKR S ALE A DOUBLE HOUSEON FIFTH A- avenue: all modern improvementa: rents for S3 per month: UDoernart of tbe nltv: a good bargain for investor. Reidy Bros. . MISCELLANEOUS. "ElOR SALE OR TRADE X house on Nineteenth atreet. wiu traae tor a larm. A GCOD 7 BOOM lot TUx2: Reidy Bros. FOUSD-A BUNCH OF KETS: OWNER ean have same bv nrovin ery and paying for this notice at Thi Antics office. ... , . .... I productions of some famous frescos I rvR trade A fine piece of prop- his opinion it settled the financial I . ,,, I -f erty near city limits, will trade for Kan- question at least until the existing bJ MelJ25z? da Forh ia lln8rat B",?:MiUnd- ner " o question at least until the existing standard shall have been given a fair and thorough trial, Secretarv Francis said: ''bile I agree with the advocates of sound money in the fight recently made, there are many principles ad vocated by some of those who have been advocates of that cause to which I cannot subscribe. If some legislation ia not enacted to check the growing influence of wealth and olrcumscr.be the powers of the trusts and monopolies there will be an uprising of the people before the century clones which will endanger our institutions." The question now is, what is the remedy, if free silver is not? Does protection offer the panacea? The common people of thia country are as anxious as Gov. Francis to discov er and aid i uch legislation as will :beck the growing influence of wealth, and they are becoming more convinced each year that such a coarse of governmental policy as will ive them two metals. Instead of one. ai a measure of value, will help i considerable in preventing the overfed powers from cornering the oin fas'.er than Uncle Sam can pro UUCO 11. of a Christmas poem bv Harriet Prescott Spofford; and some new and especially important views of Pales tine, made under the personal direc tion of the editor of the magazine. In addition to this, every contribu tion will be fully illustrated, and among the contributors will be End- yard Kipling. Ian Maclaren, Harriet l'rescott Spofford, crank R.Stock ton, Hamlin Garland, Henry Se- ton Merriman, Cvrus C. Adams, of the New York Sun, and William Canton, author of "W. V. Her Book." Jerome K. Jerome's last story, previous to his engagement to write two plays, has been secured by the Ladies' Home Journal, and ia to be printed in its Jannarv issce. It is called "An Item of Fashionable In telligence." and deals with life in the higher social circles of London. XjKlR SLE OR TRADE A FINE RESI A dence on Ninteentb street Ium 1.., Will take a good farm or suburban nronenv in part payment. Reidy Bros. SALESMEN WANTED ALL OVER THE United States for the new adding ma chine, required in everv office, store and fac tory; price very low. Standard Trading Com- vuj. i i uiton street, jew York. J. Y. MRS. A. SEYMOUR. CLAIRVOYANT and bttMness medium. ?ia Kami. &eM.t. Lltwntry. Gody's Magazine for December has sn especial Christmas time flavor. i ne ironuspiece is a reproduction of I checked in its ant :eu iuite, "ine Adoration Ol me I airo arretted by its shepherds," a picture never before riven in an American magazine. Following thia la aa Illustrated ser- Pwnoae Wk att AU Dav Ia counting bosses or in taanfactcr- Ushmenta, Inhaling dose or teipara air, a ally pale, and freqaently aiariatad. A toa.c la what tneb people rrqn r Operators, clerks, aales women aad employers aa wall aa employes, pinned to th desk by cares of basines. a-iv infinite g03d from Hostetteif Stoauch Bitter, an admirable means of repairing toe physical depletion, molting frcm too clota aa application to their special avocaiiona. Dyspepsia, consti pation, bUllona irregularity, and prematura decay are arrested by this lnvigorant an alterative, commended by physicians, and a standard article for thtrty-lva years past. Fev.r ana a-rue are approaches, aad if the resa x. entirely eradicated, when Bitters. Kbeamatic ailments are blood partfynag and dinrctia actio What you need ia aomething to care you. Get Dr. Kay's Renovator 4 -1 Owat Tmr Bmm aad Bmm m Immtrnf Hosiery, Gloves, Hoods. Ladies' black cashmere gloves. Ed son Keith a Co.'s price 94-60 per dozen; here thia week, per. pair I 9C 1,000 pair ladies' black caahmere hose. Edson Keith ft Co.'s price $2.25 per dozen; here this week per pair...: G Wool fascinators in black, pink. cream and light blue. Edson Keith Co.'s price fj.Ao per dozen: here thia week, each 2 DC Ladies' blaek equestrian tiehts Edson Keith tt Co.'s price $24 per dozen: here thia week. . each SI .ZD 60 dozen gents' wool fleeced, lined underwear. Edson Keith at Co.'a DficetlO.fiO ner dnaen- hum this week, each 60c GenU' black bow tlea. Edson Keith ft Co.'s Drioe 12 ner dozen hare this week, each 8 C Ed Boya and youtha anspenders. son Keith ft Co.'s price 1.23 dosan: hare thia week r,r pair r.Bc Wo. 40 black aatla double taeed ribbons. Kdson Keith ft Co.'s price S&e per yard; here thia week, P"" yard I 71C Cloaks, Jackets and Furs. We are receiving daily by ezpresa new invoices of cloaks and ladketa uur stupendous selling in this department speaka for Itself when other bouses are offering goods at so called coat. Thia week we will put out some great leaders. Our rhilds bonnie lassie with cap. only to be had here Our ladies' black beaver jacket, new aleeve. b: front, coat back, fancy inlaid buttons, to be bad only here Ladies' blaek beaver doable cape. lull velvet collar, applicaed, with fanev braid and vol wot. svorik $10. "this week C3.S3 Other Capes and Jackets at Correspondingly Low Prices. Reidy Bros. Kcai hstate, Insurance an Loans. Boob 4, Mitchell ft Lyntf b'mg- Tele;hoat IMS. Crockery Department Ton are now thinking abont the arrangements to be made for that Thankselvinr dinner, and in looklor over voar china and rlassware voa lave discovered that there are aome pieces needed. We have aa eztra krge line of these goods. Dinner patterns In brown, blue and pink decora- uous. met we eeu in any numoer or pieces. Also a larre aseortmeat of rwnite dinner ware, carving sets, anivee ana forts, spoooe, ete. Below we give a list of tbese articles; place a check nark at tbe aide of thoae yon neea ana ormg or seoa us tne list ana u wiu receive oar prompt attention Individual butters. 2c Sauce dishes 3c Pie plates. So Dinner plates 4c Cream pitchers 9c Vegetable dishes 12c Platters, medium 25c Plattera. large 40c Glass celery stands 10c Glass celery trays. lOe Glats salad diebee 10c tslasa aaltaaad peppers, pairs.... 10c Carving sets 9 He Knives and forks, set ,7Sc Knives and forks, plated Knives and forks, white metal.. 11.00 Bread knives 10c White maul tea spoons, set 10c White metal table spoons, set 20c Also large lines of One plated ware. Ton & ji Oflmiis Spot Cash Department Store. - 1725 Second Avenue When you want 1 iwfr A suit that will be a hummer e for style, fit and workman ship, Dora's is the place to go. He is up to the times, knows where to buy the fab rics at tie right prices and how to cut the m to a stylish fi t. His suits and top and heavy overcoats are what dressy men are looking- for. In making up he leads them all, and you get your mon y's worth In trimmings. Don't forget to lxk at Dora's line before you order. OK DOHN THE T a T-1-.r-vre THE SCHOMACKER Dsctro-Gcld String Piano Have attained their celebrity solely on aooonnt of Merit. Wherever j publicly exhibited la competition they havs Invariably received ' THE HIGHEST AWARD At the International Exhibition at Crystal Palace. N. T., la ISM. over 100 pianos on exhibition First Prise to the Schomacker Piano. At the Franklin Institute la Philadelphia ia 1845, 1868, and agaia itt 1874 At the Amerioan Institute la New Tork la 1M. At the Maryland Institute In Baltimore la 1848. At the International Exhibition la Philadelphia la 1I7S. Tin Schomacker Piakos received the Highest Awards old ooaTTnrcot7SLr roa SS rasas at Wallace's Music Store !X,'gn 0 i Look Here ! TOC WILL WANT A Q Capital Hecla Doiler Hot Water, or this winter. Wt MX SUP PL Y EITHER DAVIS COMPANY 114 X7. CsrvamtMmth Ct. 4 7.wi i 0 CLOAKS! REVOLUTION IN CLOAKS. Orerprod action of asaanfactnrers enabled as to proenre daring the last week some cheapest and best frames te ever offered. They are all aew aad latest prcdeced Boacles, Kerseys aad Bee vert. bled as r t of tbe P before T styles F 4 1.10,5 aa 1. a. M aaaiB-veHHa aewnaSsas wn awl-, ia stj, wwria fjt te. 1.AQ Vaavtuaasa. W-ul tTlni, aa Ta ws aw, fwi. aim -a awsa ftstaa, jna SS. r MQ aV rwwew. aSiTlrJ Saaaveau.Marrs asiksr sal War, taaaM Wlik valwaa, waiU $. nf2 aal Vlask a9 UUaiau, aaarua ra4(a. Swtaa Tot asaayS aatioaj. Aae (fctlXfaawJackaia, l&mm I wef anawtaw. aaust aa asr, srwrta $ (0. f Oft CatfaSawaaat. aV( wf tawr JarSat.. faoaS wi'ti aarsa, lat nalaar.srana S tit. aeelalaiawt ret. 2.25 7in a va. riMaaai BEE O HIVE 114 West Seooad Street. - -