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THE AJXGT78, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1G04.
Daily aaa Wssaly at UN I
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tl.OO pa Mini la aavaats SUS.
All MamemoH eT a critical or
Or, CSafSstn. poffilsal ST RHfMt
ml mm ansiaiS for pabltmUoa. M saca
artleUs win W prtata4 m Ac titles alQataisa.
Oirrasnsassaas solicit d frost IW) aswaaMp
Tot Svaaior runui Iftmin
Tm Sap, of School Uxybt Baab
For Traswvr Bibsabs J. Clamitt
Ttis . f OxTni. I !b Ji-lis M.Ssnra.
vrtty f lib- Tatvbb C. d.BBTB,
But. I Cat. via L. Plbasabtb,
For llsnbsr ofOoagTsss ...Jobs ST. Ouoi
Tot M.avof Gea. A-arty.....J. n. JlnxieAB
Par Ooaatv Jalf.
Far Cosaty Clerk CiiKH Tusain
For Sbtr.ff.. Ca.aLas W. Star
For Treasanr Crass W. oommb
For spl of School Cassis B. aUBsaaU.
TltsDAT, SErTEVBEK 11, 1894.
Asd now the republican are boast
ing that they have carried Maine.
MacYeaoii ASD Knughtknid
Ikkas another convincing battle
tici Herald: Franklin Mac
Veagh was svarojilv received in Quin
rj. Kven hi political opponents re
spect so clean, thoughtful and hon
orable a business man as he.
Ax undertaker in Kansas City,
with a rare idea (or business, adver
tises: "You kick the bucket; we do
the rest." And yet the deceased is
supjmsed to be entitled to the rest
The fact that McKiniey made the
chief speech in the Maine campaign
just closed, and is to open the dis
rutinn in Indiana, is causing no lit
tle uneasiness ia the wind of his
two great political friends, ex
Speakcr Keed and ex-rresident Har
rison. With so much political meanness
to 1 seen on all sides, it is refresh
ing to cote the generous action of
the democratic congressional conven
tions in Maryland. Without excep
tion they have endorsed Mr. Cleve
land and nominated the friends of
Mr. Gorman. A square deal in poli
tics, as well as in business, pays best
in the long run.
Tba Fifty-third C opart sa.
A little pamphlet which is likely to
have a wide circulation during the
next six weeks is entitled "What
Congress Has Done." The state
ments which it contains in elaborate
form mar be thus summarized:
It has made all money equally tax
able. It has restored confidence in onr
currency and finances.
It has given to all onr people the
opportunity or ;mng cheaper and
It has shattered the protected
trusts of McKinleyism.
It has placed the burden of taxa
tion upon the rich man's surplus as
well as upon every man's needs.
It has restored the freedom of elec
It has placed the transactions of
the government and its methods of
accounting upon a business basis..
It has greatly reduced the expen
ditures of the government.
For one solid year it has main
tained an unrelenting light against
the trusts and monopolies which pro
tection had created.
"It has fought the good fight, it
has finished the course, it has kept
Here is a good answer to the book,
let which tome facetious republican
issued a few weeks since under the
same title, but which consisted of an
array of blank pages. And it is much
more truthful than roost political
claims' that are put forth for the
benefit of a particular party.
Grave Objection to Mr. afacVeagh.
Republican objections to the dem
ocratic senatorial candidate up to
date are as follows:
That he wears clean linen.
That he do not put hi feet on
the window-sill of the hotel.
That his shoes are polished as well
as hi manner.
That he does not chaw tcrbacker.
That he doe not spit in public.
That he does not w ear a spiked
coat tail at breakfast nor practice
manicuring at the dinner table with
That early in life he formed the ac.
qnaintance'of one Lindley Murray,
ami on this account manage to make
his iwrts of speech agree.
That he thinks a man in homespun
3uito as much a man as a man in
That he has a fund of good humor
and can laugh outside his bat.
Other objections to Mr. MacVeagh
niny be unearthed as tho caropi gn
proceeds. This is the complete list
down to date.
Budy'a Tile Suppository Is guaran
teed to cure pile and constipation
or money refunded. Fifty cent per
box. Send stamp for circular and
free sample to Martin Rudv, Lancas
ter, ra. For sale by T. H. Thomas
and Harti & Bahnscn, druggists,
Bock Island, 111.
BUTCHERS IN PERIL
The Men Who Shot Six Ne
groes to Death.
TOIIiSSEE LYHCHEKS CITES A WAT
Tkm Sow of a Sheriff Telia Bow Bo Was
Iavlt.4 to Help la tho Slaughter So
Thai Ste Father's Heads Wmld Bo Hod
Mesaphls Graad Jary Doing; Good Law
ad Order Work on tho Case Foal Mar
dor Near Detroit.
Memphis, Sept. ia The whole plot of
the lynching of six aiie.zei nesro iuceu
diaries near Milllutftou, Tenn., the night
of Aug. SI, baa been laid bare, ami before
many hour elapse every man Implicated
in the conspiracy will be in jaiL Robert
McCarver, son of J. A. McCarver, sheriff
of Shelby county, is the man who exposed
the conspirators. He was taken before the
Rrand jury and tol 1 the whole story. Me
Ctrrer at first refused to testify, bat when
shown the alternative of goiug to Jail in
ecnterupt of court or revealing the plot he
chose the latter. In bis testimony before
the grand jury McCarver said that be was
inv.ted to participate ia the massacre of
the n?roes by II. X. Smith, one of the
men new in the county jiil under indict
ment of ruur.ler in the first degree for
ccn-p'.if iy in the lynching.
Gave It All Away to Carver.
Smith gave McCarver the names of the
men who would compose tie mob, and
told tim I hut tie negroes would be
ar.esU-d by D.tcctive W. a R cuardson,
pine -J ia a waoa aud driven to B.g
Creek swamp, where the nub wouid be in
waiting. When the invitation to assist in
the as-asMnrttioa was ten-lered to young
McCarver it was represented that his
fattier knew a.l cbcut it, oni that Judge
Cooper, of the criminal court, was cot in
the Uark. These representations were un
true, and were mads by S:iii:h with the
Intention if possible of mixing Sheriff Mc
Carver in the affair through hU son. aa
that his hands would be tied if an investi
gation should be instituted by the authori
ties. Young McCarver declined to join
the mob, but the lynching came off on
t.ie. McCarver, the day after the lynch
ing, disclosed the details of the plot tc
JotK.-,h. Thiers and Hoffman, from whom
the grana jury obtained its first informa
tion about the conspiracy and the import
ance of McCarvet's testimony.
A Jail tVardea ia jaiL
William Cox, assistant warden of the
jail in this city, told one of the witnesses
before the grand jury, previous to the
butchery, that there would be a "neck-tie
party An;. St. but Cox denied all knowl
edge of the affair in his testimony before
the grand jury and was indicted for per
jury and sent to jaiL Criminal Court
Judge Cooper, after hearing of McGar-
ver a confession, ordered him placed un
der flO.OO bond to insure his presence at
the tryal of the lynchers, but he being un
able to tarnish bail was sent to jail. Ed
Smith, one of the wealtniest and most
prominent citizens of Kerrville, has also
teen indicted tor complicity in the siaugh
Georg Ckatam, a prominent farmer of
Pine townohip, lad., was seriously injured
by the explosion of a barrel of cider.
Tammany is said to have decide to
nominate George G. Haven for mayor of
New York city. Mr. Haven is a million
sire, is secretary of the New York City and
Northern railroad and the St. Paul and
Dubuque railroad, and a member of the
firm ol Kemps Ac lialx-ock, 10 Wall street.
He is a great personal friend of W. C
Whitney and also of John D. Crimmlus.
An electric ambulance service has been
inaugurated in St. Louis.
A cloudburst at Bethlehem. Pa., sub
merged everything within a radius of one
mile, doing $.V),(a.)0 damage to private
property and 10,O(0 darn ace to highways.
Obituary: At Topeks, Kas, A. G. Wol
ford, of Alton. Ills., aged 83. At Abury
Park. X. J., Colonel George Van Etten.
At Kansas City, Ionard C. Colt, m mem
ber of the Cudahy Bros. Company.
T. II. Aldrich, ex-general manager of
the Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railway com
pnny.'is announce'! republican candidate,
for congress Inthe Ninth Alabama district.
It is said he will be given the nomination
and receive Populist and Kolbite sup
port. Japan Is reported to have agreed to pay
f7M,'MO indemnity for firing on the Kow
huug, which was carrying Chinese
troops aod flying the British Hag when
sunk by the Mikado'a warships.
Link Waggoner, a notorious desperado
of north Louisiana and eastern Texas, was
shot to death in his cell in the Miaden,
La., parish jail by a mob.
Queen Victoria's walking-stick once be
longed to Charles Ii, and is made of a
branch of the historic oak tree in which
Burglar recently broke into the house
of an old gentleman in Paris and after
helping themselves to the silver and val
uables gave him a lecture on his wicked
ness in boarding up capital which be.
longed to society in general. The papers
in telling of the robbery spoke of a bundle
of securities worth 20,ii00 francs which the
thieves had overlooked, and that nieht
they called again at the house, demanded
the securities and carried them off.
On of the persons of prominence to be
involved by the decision of the supreme
court of Oklahoma annulling so many di
vorces is William A. Depew, of Boston,
Mass., a cousin of Lhauncey M. Depew.
Alter a separation of forty years Mis
Rtgina Short, of Gallon, O., ha been re
uui ted to her mother, whom ahe had not
seen or beard ol in all that time.
Life Saver Johnson at Coney Island.
while rowing out beyond the Life lines
found a kitten ciinging to a log drifting
seaward. Pussy yowled piteously, and
Johnson brought it ashore.
A fire ball fell out of a black cloud that
hung over Auttin (a Chicago suburb) and
struck in front of the residence of Rev.
H' C Towne, tearing a hole a foot wide
in the ground when it exploded.
Miot Iter Schoolmate.
JonKTOWX. Pa., Sept. 1L Mary Calli-
han of Walnut Grove accidentally shot
Miss Flora Marsh, a schoolmate, in the
head. The unfortunate woman died
without regaining consciousness. An in
quest will be held.
Ive s secret la my heart,
fcweat Marie :
A tale 1 would Impart,
If you'd ever fairer be
You moat ilwiji use Parks' Tea,
The hopimeaent run will see,
Sold bj limit & Ullemejrer.
Took It In a Persooot fifes.
CoLVMBLS, O., S.-pt 1L John M. Case
Is lighting Lis wife's application for di
vorce on the ground of cruelty, and reply
ing to her petition says she was irritable
and that on one rccasion. whn he was
conducting family prayer and happened
to reier to "(ho u.unu- that stinceth like
an adder and cuttctn like a sharp sword,"
she took it as personal reference and
springing to her leet cuiaed him aud
broke up the prayers.
Mlaooart to Florida ot Whtel.
Jacksonville, Fi., Sept, 11. D. D.
Burbridge has arrived here from St,
Louis, having mails the entire trip on
bicycle. He left Su Louis ou Aug. 25 and
he estimates that be covered about l.OJO
miles in niakinx the tnp.
Started at the Old Seal.
NEW Bkdfokd, Mass., Sept. 11. City
mill No. 3 started up at the old rate of
wages. About 230 operative resumed
work. There is no other change in the
"Oh I tuy. the maiden raid, and rest
Thv wesry head span this breast."
"I cant" taid he, -I man climb the hills.
The nmt er is past, I bow sell pills,
Sot the rills ot old-raihioqedtauke
Ttst caused a dreadful stomsrh ache
Bnt wee it tie things, that Ten e'en cm rmle.
As they L-ently r. mc re their eneay bile.
Who ne tie ocee. thereafter are tealots.
In praise cf Tierce' Pleasant Pellets."
They regulate the b)we, scd cure sick heaj-
aie. the lesult cf cscstipation or biliousness.
iiDout disturbing the diet or occupation of the
raUcnU Scgar.coate! a child can take them.
Children Cry for
r ubob hemcdt tar X
. - mwm rm m m a
XZ721L9IA. asd similar Complaints
sHUaasv,i,oxxVaB unutT VUff sUXlnKt
btBHAi) ctoicAL Laws.
mnea ty esnaeat puysicuuitri
Oatv r-ennlne w.Trmrfem'V-a .rh.,'
book als oa package for Dr. Rich tor's inn :
F-Ad. Richter Jt Co. New York.
29 HI&SEST AWARDS.
il2 Branch Eocsea. - On Glasrsrarka.
KeaadSAc For sale by Hoist Von
hoeccntx. c lel anr house
smacy. feces IsiaLU. Ill
mm m mm
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the first floor ol
the Harper House.
For Ladie From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week day For Gen
tlemen From 6 a. m. to 7:S0 a.
m., and from 3 p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week days On Sunday the
rooms will be open from 6 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
. baths may be obtained at any
time duncg business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
(Swmm to EL WYyDT.)
Merchant -:- Tailor,
113 Eighteenth 8treU
aT-Flt and Workmanship Guar
anteed the Best
O 8Tiir)2 T!(3 II-pairicg Xonrj
read run jl run wm
WHAT liy w ITU CO
It will Clean Silks and Woolen Goods.
Kionons. curtains and Carpets. It has
no equal for Cleaning House, Killirg
Moths and Removing Grease Spots.
fos Kiel It. Sares Money tn. Lalor.
FOR SALS gVCHYWHCRK.
PRICE 15 CENTS A CAKE OR TWO CAKES
rUK 25 CENTS.
Address H aho 11. Des Moines. Iowa.
WISrs PELLETS The Create F.emedt
known to science for diseases of the MCRVEI
BLOOD and BR AIM (the imnorVan 1 f nSS
tiuus ot the anatomy that sliouid act in nnlwm.)
ruaraUert to pcrmanftult cure Kervons Pros
tration. Seminal Weokiiens, fail ins Memory,
Broken Bleep or Restlessness. Headache, Uenerai
Lassitude or Debility. LOST MANHOOD.
Nightly Emissions, Vanoioeip. KpermatorrtMHo;
Pimples and all the evil effect of youtbtal
errors, overwork and over-indulgence of any
nature. ( tone P tkt entire syftm and create
HOW MU WWW US UWlg Q OlWeT eZ.
NO CHARCE UNLESS CUBED.
Corf of Certain Ours, ti to $5. Advice and eir-
nian nee. ii jwi snner wme 10 as and sre win
tell yon the best remedy for your cate. THH
WISE PELLET CO., 8i 8. Clark St., CWCAOO.
Is a Face all Covered with
Anil yrt how many thonsaml men and
women are daily seen upon ouriroini
nent thoroughfares, whose skins are cov
ered with tiice di-rigiiricg blemudie?,
which mar the beauty of so many faci
which would -therwi'b frtirnnd attrai t
ive. A POSITIVE CLRE OF PIMPLES can be
effected by the use of
of that healthful, skin-preeerving prep
aration Empress Josephine Face Bleach.
This tronderful rreraration is r raised
anl recommended bv the society ladies
of every civilized lanf,thousanlsof whom
attest to its wonderful curative and beau
EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED!
For sale by T. II. Thomas. Dnijr-
gist, cor. 17th and 2d av.. Sock Island
rainlcssly. Positively, Perfectly. Per
Without Surgical Ojeration ordetea
tion from Business.
Bectnm:'broTilc(.vr.tipaUon, etrirture. Fissures
i .... ,..1.1 ii - , i
Fi'tnla eared wltbont the use of knife.
Piles removed withost pain at tho
Medical and Surgical Institute
- - DOCTORS
AITOERSOX &. ROSE.
COSSULTATIOS IS FBEE
Permanently Loeatsd in tbe Bran Block.
Second and Brady Street, OsveanoR, Iowa.
ALL AFFLICTED ARE WELCOME.
Drs. Anderson and Boss sre rrsdustos of the
leadioa; medical college of til. concur, and
with 0 years' experience ia the treatment of
CATAKKH. THROAT A3TD LCTC09
Tney toccesrfuHv treu Catarrh. Throat and
Lnmrs, diseases or tho digestive organs, dyspep-
utci uvuuni, nnuuiwura, cannuc oiar
KIP NET ACT) CRIXAST
Troables speedily remove.
The moot seerarated eases sre erwedny and
rarraasenuy coroa oy onr new meurM or treat
LADISS AFFLICTED Special attentioa r)m
to all diseases pecaliar to women. Kveiy facility
sed advantare for the treatment aod speedy re
moval of Una class of diseases.
Electricity Its Scientific Applica
Facial blemishes, as moles, snperBoons hair
wDe marks, tumors, wens, etc removed by eiec
BLOOD AKD SKIN DISEASES.
All troubles arising from tmpsro blood, scrof
ula, eczema, totter, tumor, ulcers, etc.
Can be consulted confidently by latter or otbar-wi-e.
Seed 4 cents for question blank. Address
DKS. ANDEKiJUli A Eooi, Bjaa block, Daven
port, low a.
SCREEN LX)ORS, WIN
DOWS; ' ALL WIDTHS
OF WIRE SCREEN.
And a complete line of
mixeu house and floor
paints, white lead, lin
seed oil, etc.
1610 Third avenue.
Wash Syciytblrg Trm Vbw
Silk Eaaiierciief to t Oircaa Tsst.
Wo. 1724 Third Ave.
4. M. PARKER.
Telephone No. 1214.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
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Thirty-ant Met. Fraak H. FlasaaMr, Agent.
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URLINOTON ROUTE C., B. Q. RAIL-
ty Depot rtrst aveaae and a
tiix tees ta
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St. Loais Bxpnos
Bt. Louis Express.......
St. Paal Passenger
Sterling; Paasencer ,
jo 7:10 sa
. 9 SS Im
HICAGO, MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL
1 1MlMfc.hrin A flMlhwMtm TMvlolnii
Depot TwenUeth street, between First and
Second avenues, K. D. W. Bolmea, Agent.
MafJ and Bxprees.
St. Paul Express.
ock Islakd Peoria Railwat
Denot Plrst Aveaae and Twentieth itrM-t
F. A. Kockweil, Agent.
8:6 am 7:50 pm
S:?)pm 11-15 am
SK)sm. l:4i pm
Past Mall Express
(.able Accommodatlno .
Durlinotoic. Cedar Rapids a
horthern Railway, depot foot of Brads
street. Davecport. J as. Morton, Uea. Tk't A
M -Mi ptu.blOA am
lb, Jo am bias) am
West LII-ertT Train?
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" No. "
ni 7XO pm
sl:45pm 1 bKXiam
a Daily. bDsily except nnav. rGoinir sorb.
tGoina South and eart. No. IS runs bttwoes
Cedar Kapids and West Libe.ty.
Superior Service to
St. Louis, Ao.
And Intermediate Points
We now offer to the public a good
route to and from the above cities
via Peoria and the Chicago, Peoria &
St. Louis Rj. as follows:
Lv Rock Island. 8:05 am 2:20 pm
Ar Peoria. 11:20 am 5:40 pm
Lv Peoria 11:55 a m 7:45 p m
Ar Springfield.. 3:15 p m 12:45 am
Ar St. Louis.... 7:10 p m 7:00 am
Lv St. Louis. .. . 7:45 am 8:15 pm
Lt Springfield.. 11:45 a m 2:15 am
Ar Peoria 3:05 pm 6:50 am
Lv Peoria 4:30 pm 8:00 am
Ar Rock Island. 7:50 p m 11:15 a m
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Depot foot of Twentieth St.
Rock Island, III.
How to procure ANTI-WASH BOARD
SOAP POWDER free of charge:
RUT "OUR LADY" SOAP.
Cot off the end of the wrapper,
at place named. When you have
85 pictures of our Anti-Washboard
Soap Powder, take them
to your grocer or present them
at our office and you will receive
FREE a 4-pound package, worth
26c We make this liberal in
ducement to quicklj introduce
Onr Lad j Soap and
Anti-TZaahboard Soap Powder
And holdi good until all wrap
pers on which this offer is print
ed, is presented to as.
Wcmcctt Cl Ralston
Soap Makers, Bock Island.
Tiyif once and you will -like thousands
of other housewives - use no other.
the BesiPurest- mostEcoxomicai
There are hundreds, yes,
thousands, of people in
and about the tri-cities
that we can fit, and they
don't know it. You all know, and we have told yo-.:
many times, that we have SHOES to fit you and evtry.
one, and that we are willing to take all the pains v: ca-
IS ALL ll Ml
Special Department for Ladies
Cor Second and Harrison Sts.
See our Fall
in patterns and styles.
Call and leave your order.
J. B. 7TT.TT.TP.-p;
Star Block, opposite Harper house.
J. II. SCHAAB,
Fall Styles 1894 Sailor Hats
Victoria" Sailor, in beaver and silk crown, in white.
black, navj and blown; our jice f
Newport" Sailor, in satin crown, in all the ieadiii-
shades; our price 11 j,
Knox" Sailor, in satin crows, in all thcVcadVnir iiVdeV:
our price , ,
Daisv" Sailor, in cashmere, in all the lead in j 'shades':
-llavmarket" Walking Hat, In sati'si Vrown; our Price! " vi
London" Walking Hat. in felt and satin crown; .ur
Promenade" Walking Hat. in'alf shad...' V " i .. !.'
All the latest nov
elties in Cloth Capes
and Silk Hoods.
Our early importa
tion of Pattern Hats
are arriving daily.
Us . .
MC& Yd FEET
to please and prove ::.
Will you just com- a-.:
make your war. ts kr.ov.:
to us ?
in advertising is to let even body
wno buys clothing that is all mankind her.
about know that our suitintrs are in. and tht
displayed in the citv. You art
respectfully invited to call and see the latest
Cyclone Roller Mills and
Jobber in Flour and Feed.
1 1 4 W. Sccosl Stmt. BAYESP38T. IOWA.