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THE ARGUR THDKSDAr, NOVEMBER 14. 1895.
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la Koak Utto4 eoaaty.
TUL'KDAT, MOTCMBKB 14, 1896.
The election of the put week does
not change this fact every western
state will send to the next republican
.national convention a delegation red
hot for fref silver. Peoria Journal.
The ericketa in the corner ataf.
O'er farm and field the shadows creep,
Thair hoaaeward way the awallowa wing.
The nan U Betting in the deep,
The squirrels seek their leafy hold,
The fox In in his hollow tree.
And, huddled in their ailmt fold.
The downy lambkin sleeping be.
The little bird within his nest
Bath hid his little head in teat.
And aoon, oh, soon
The dreamy moon
Will sail along the fleecy west.
The day la done.
The night begun;
To sleep, my drowsy little one.
But when at break of day we aea
The spider weaving at hia loom.
The soaring lark above the lea,
The bee amid the clover bloom.
When frisking baby squirrels wake
And sip the leavca of morning dew.
When baby foses from the brake .
Do prowl the thorny hedges through.
When on the meadow sweet with hay
The white and curly lambkins play.
And, sweet and cool.
O'er plain and pool,
Bloweth the breexe of coming day,
Thou, too, shalt rise
To sonny skies.
And open wide thy baby eyes.
Bowaa Stevens in Youth's Companion.
Padkrewski practiced between 14
and 16 hours a day on his last con
cert tour. The largest hall in the
country is too small to hold the pea-
pie who are glad thev did not share
a flat with Mr. Paderewski under
NO GOOSEBERRY PIE FOR HER.
Tub most colossal real estate deal
in the history of St. Louis is now un
der way. It involves the expendi-
ture of 122,000,000, which, it is said,
eastern capitalists will furnish, and
the reclaiming of that section of the
city lying between Third and Main
streets, Washington avenue and Mar
Explores Lieut. R. E. Peart, of
the United States navy, has been as
signed for duty as a civil engineer in
the department of the United States
yards and docks. His fellow officers
at the yard state that Lieutenant
Peary has given up all thought of
reaching the North Pole and will set.
tie down to routine work in the navy
A t'OHREi'wiF.NT writing from
PIttilield, Pike county, to the Quincy
Herald, says thas if Ben T. Cable bad
been in charge of the democratic
force in the late contest down in the
Eighteenth district, he would have
been willing to wager a big pumpkin
that Lane would have been elected.
The opinion of the Pike county dem
ocrat is no doubt shared in by a large
majority of the democrats of the
state, but of course the accuracy of
his prophecy cannot now be defi
nitely determined. One thing is
certain, however, if Mr. Cable had
been managing the democratic cam-
fiaign -there would have been no
rre silver vagaries allowed. He
would first have Initiated on a demo
cra'le platform and a candidate in
harmony with its principles. He
would then have given orders for the
Blands, the Bryans and other silver
bricks" to stay on their own reser
vations, and with the warriors of the
local tribes gone forth to do combat
with the enemy. And who could
doubt the result?
The Old) Lady Bad a Dlaaev That
prised the Know lag Gamblers.
The old lady entered a restaurant
which, rightly or wrongly, is known as
the resort of the gay and careless, brie
was typically countrified in appearance,
her spectacles resting on the bridge of
her nose, her hat being old fashioned
and her gait and general attitude those
of one fresh from the little farmhouse.
Without, however, any sign of halt
ing confidence that was to be expected
of a stranger to city ways,' she sat down
at the most conspicuous table in the
room. A surly looking short card play
er, who, although it was 6 o'clock in
the afternoon, was just getting his break
fast, stared at ber with curiosity. Two
delected turf gamblers, prevented from
attending the races on that day by bad
luck on the day before, who were solac
ing themselves with strong waters and
who hadn't spoken to each other for
half an hour, observed her with slight
"Well, now," said one, "that's a
funny old girl to see in here. I remem
ber seeing her kind in country towns
when I was in the show business. I'll
gamble on what ehe'll order. She'll
have gooxeberry pie and milk, and she'll
eat the pie with her knife. They don't
have no forks where f he comes from. "
Bat the other would not bet. He said
merely and not nnkindly, "She doesn't
seem to fit this place. "
They could not hear what she ordered,
but tbey could see that there was noth
ing flippant in the attitudo of the wait
er who went to her. She ate with delib
eration and then departed. Ono of the
two unsuccessful patrons of the turf
called the waiter and asked, "What did
that old lady order?"
"Why, le's w," answered the wait
er, "I think she had pigeon and a pint
of fizz. She s very fond of both.
The gamblers looked surprised.
"Who is she?" asked one.
"Why, don't yon know her?" queried
the waiter. "That's Mllo. Lancoui, the
head dancer in this new burlesque at
the Jupiter theater. " Now York World.
won't do for
no medicine -
Sold bv T. H. Thomas and Mar
shall ck Fisher, druggists.
Mrs. Dr. Bergman can only be
seen until next Thursday even
ing, Nov. 7, at Hotel Downs.
After that date her address will
be: Swedish Healing Institute,
113 Kinsman St., Cleveland, O.
Everyone wishing her wonderful
Can call on Mrs. John Pears, 732
Thirteenth St., or Mrs. E. Nel-.
son. 1310 Twelfth St., Meline.
They gladly order for any6ne
ANTED DAT BOARD! RS AT 1716 THIRD
TL t IelAYlTT W
ANTED A DISHWASHER AT 901 FlrTH
WANTED DAY BOARDERS. INQUIRE AT
Tbb Aeons office.
nOR 8 ALB -A UkttGK CANNON
IC Inquire of W.C. Msacktr.
sis craay sireei, i ttattd-a girl for general bocbi
iv won at sat Twcoty-tnira street.
The Boston Dental Parlors hive
generously presented . to the"
people of Rock Island 2,000
cards, which, on presentation
at their office, are received as -a
credit of $1 on any work or
dered. We hope by this to
reach more people and ' show
them how cheaply good work
can be done. .
BTRACT TEETI WmSDT Pill
And Guarantee all work. Crown .
and Bridge work a specialty.
See Our Prices.
Silver Filling. ....S0 cents and up
Qol Filling. ..S1 aadnp
Gold Crowns. Sjs t
Bet of Teeth. .....15
Beat net of teeth... ...18
Open 8 a. m. to 8:30 p. m.
Come and see as. We can save yon money.
Open Sundays (or extracting from 9 to 10 a. m.
FOR RIOT1 HOUSES IS ALL PARTS OF
(he city at low rental. Brldv Bros.
FOR RBNT-BOrsK OF HVt ROOMS. IN
flrst-claaa order, 911 First avenue. Inquire
WANTED A SITUATION AS UOU3EKEEP
er. Inquire comer Nineteenth street and
1IOHET-IF TOC TIAVR MONET TO LOAN
ill or want to borrow awney on real estate ca J
sue see mm acmij oros.
TJOB RENT-HOUSE OF FOUR ROOM.
& rewiy papereo; aiso one or mree rooms, la
quire at lliO Third avenue.
TWS RENT TWO 8-ROOM ROU8IS WITH
r modem conveniences, In desirable aeighbor-
uuou. Appiy 10 . num.
IKSrRANCE-IF YOU WAKT YOURINaTR
I ance wr tten In Br-t des romnanles whiek
pay their loasss. call on Keldy Bros.
COR SALE OR TRADE WB WILL TRADE
1 farms for city orou.-rty or vict-veisa. We
EUirentee t stir faction. Keldy Brat.
PIRE SALE B. B V'KOWN STILL AT IT
I Hard cna). hard TOM, sort call and hiudlina,
turner r nuenta Mreet ana Firs: svenne.
Dr. charlottes Bergman Dear lady: lam
torry I ctnnot be st your lertnre in Molina, but
yon can read this letter to the people, so they can
see what your electro-magnetic appliances have
done for mjself and wire. When I went to yon
I was all swelled up from my stomach to my
chest. My less were alto swollen. I was in a
bad condition for two years. I have used your
Wtrfi.w rnoH- nrl tan r rm nnlv ID if anii the
swelling has all goae down, both in my stomach I f2 ls 2
asd Ires, and 1 feel better than I have been for V U V Wt7
years. My wife bai aim been nsicg your batter
ies and she Is much better. Anyone calling on
me after S o'clock in the evening I will cbeerf ully
tell them what your e!(c'jo-magnetie appliances
have done for me.
San tel Vsbii.o as Wira. .
6&I Sylvan avenue, Davenport.
Dr. Bailey, consulting phyMcian.
COR SALE BrsrXKS, BLOCK ON THIRD
v avenue at a very low tin a re and on terms
i ami aimon anyone can reaca. ueiar Bros.
TtOUND-A POCK ST BOOK CONTAINING
i sum of money. It ran be obtained by prov
ide property at Koehler'e drug store and navloe
Boston Dental Parlors.
Over Winecke's Tailor shop.
1S Brady street - - - - DAVENPORT, IA
TJT ANTED ENGAGEMENTS BT A CBRTI-
VI Bed professional nnrse, late ol Manchester,
England. Terms very re -so liable
ftOMMISSTON AND AUCTION ALL KINDS
J of goods bought and sold, disposed of either
at private sale cr at auction. Harris A Irvln,
ion oecona avenue.
WANTED Lady agents for city eanvirslng.
Fay salary onlv. Ca'l over United Wales
jkxpress fimce, jtius eecona avenue, ortween fi
and 8 p. m., 7 an 9 a. m., 11 a. m. ard 1:90 p. m,
The Mistake la the Klerfctoeatfc.
Senator Palmer speaks thus of the
result in the Eighteenth district:
'I.ana wonld have been elected if he
had not odopted the policy advocated
by Ilinrichsen with regard to free
silver at 16 to 1. Ilinrichsen dictat
ed that 16 to 1 platform and took
charge of the canvass in that district
and invited such radical free silver
men as Bryan and Andy Hunter to
come there and advocate those prin
ciples, contrary to what the rank and
file of the party wanted, and the peo
ple hsve taken this opportunity of
repudiating the issue and rebuking
Mr. Hinrichsen's plan of forcing the
free silver question upon us. If
Lane had made the fight according to
the democratic platform he would
have been elected by an overwhelm
Lane was one of the men who was
too much opposed to Mr. Cleveland's
policy of issuing bonds to maintain
the publie credit, and his stand in
this respect was obnoxious to the ma
jority of the democrats who believed
that Cleveland was right, and they
did not hesitate to make it known at
the polls. This knocks the free sil
ver question higher than a kite.
After this the democratic party will
come together and make a stand for
sound monev, as thev should, and
it win be
men the next time. There is but one
thing tor us to do, and that is to or
ganize our forces on a sound money
platform, and nominate our best man
for senator and let him canvass the
state. This I regard as the most im
portant thing to come before our
next democratic state convention."'
What Victoria Could Do.
As a matter of fact, onr sovereigns
have rarely taken any active part in
politics since George Ill's time, but
they could still do some very astonish
ing things if they chose. The queen
could dismiss every Tommy Atkins in
onr army, from the commander in chief
to the youngest drummer boy. She
could disband the navy in the same way,
and sell all our ships, stores and arse
nals to the first customer that came
along. Acting entirely on her own re
sponsibility, she could declare war
against any foreign country, or make a
ptesent to any foreign power of any
part erf the empire. She could make ev
ery man, woman and child in the coun
try a peer of the realm, with the right,
in the case of males who are of age, to
a seat in the house of lords.
With a single word she could dismiss
any government that happened to be in
IN TIMES OF
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- .ill JLi r-sL- r rJlil
vjii - 1! i - a.
I., "Uae 'VaiU,""'!
BAKES UQEtaaJ &UMPA8TB
FOR GENERAL fL-a FOR A QUICK MFITKUHIWJISSHE
BLACKING APPLIED AVID APPLIED AND KUSHEO WTnfAeLOTrf
POLISHED WITH A BRUSH Mora Bros. Prrpv JTaefur , SA.
Sold by Henry Dart's Sons, Wholesale Grocers. Rock Island
THE PLACE TO BUY
Rtuni Mouldings, Pictures, picture
Frames and Window Shades is at the
Adams Wall Paper Company,
310. 312 and 314 Twentieth street.
BBATTJIQ aVkTD TUrnLATUO ESOUUM.
bk I ,1
MAHORLAOY TO MANAGE DISTBIdTT
t Inc soap s-mntee. specialties, and do corn s-
ronding. Mend Sylvan company, "it Woodward,
Detroit, Mich.. 10 cents for samples soap, etc.,
receive oulflt offer.
117 ANTED TO BUT FOB. CASH
vv band goods of every dcgcriDiion.
Moncv t '
lon on chu'telB and all snides of vslne. tioods
rtored and old on eommiision. Ieave yonr or-
acr at ltwx secona avenue J. n . done.
A ONTO W ANTE D BOW IS TBI TIME TO
make larse rales: rnriri? canvassing eeamn
1 j out opened, ftjck unrivalled, best t.imo.con-
Ii-iam imp oyment, weekly lur. Apply Kllwan
ri r t I arry. Nurserymen, fcochetter. N. Y.
WANTED - FEATHERS TO RENOVATE
Feather mat'resses made lo order. All
I work gnaraniu-d aatirfactr.ry and prices reamn-
aDie. ror innner particulars addrees . w.
Stanley, 133) Ilarrison street, Davci port, Iowa.
Prepare for war; in business
hours or when you will select
and have made your dress suit,'
whether it be for evening wear
or for ordinary occasions. We
guarantee material, style and fit.
We are making a suit to Order
for $50. It's worth more.
GLOVE AND ,
1 605 Second Av.
WANTED fCHOlARS TO LRAHN THE
French KelltrK system at Mil Second ave-
Inue. Tie comp ete eyatem etnnrares the model,
complete instructions in cottioz. fitting. Frewb
as tng ana nontne roronly f 10. usual price lor
jbiem complete, xsa airs. . Si. utnon.
TIT ANTED AN HONEST. ACTIVE GENTLE
ft man or lady io travel for reliable eriablihed
house. SolarvSTSO. navable S16 weeklv and ex
penses. Situ ition permanent. Reference!. En
close self addressed s'amped envelope. The
Dominion Company, 8.6 Omana BtuldU-g, Chi-
I TO ANY MAN OR WOMAN WE
cannot teach to draw a crayon nnr-
I trait by oar patent method in three lessons. We
payonrpnpiissiutosiBper weeat 10 wont icr
os at home, evening or arate time, tend for
work and particular. Hermann a, Seymour, 21S
aoatn eizin street, rnuaaeipnia, 1 a.
The Portage Entry
power, and could, it is believed, pardon I Oil APPTP5 ffrt
and liberate all the criminals in onr VCU AIUU" "'s
HIGHEST QUALITY OP ALL.
jails. These are a few of tbe things the
queen could do if she liked, bnt it is
not necessary to say that her majesty
never acts in matters of state except on
the advice of tbe government for the
time being. London Tit-Bits.
Bocklest's Arnica Sal vs.
The best salve in the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblain!, corns and all skin
eruptions, and -positively cures
viIIam av a n, v ranni raft Tfc Is rrn r.
no trouble to elect their to gkpertect aatief action, or
, I m a TUa.a la knf Ana, I . aT .
money refunded, rnee za eenta per
box. For sale by Harts A Ullemeyer.
Rhanaoatlsni Carad In a Day.
Mystic Cure" for rhematism and
neuralgia cures in 1 to S days. Its I
action upon the system is remarka
ble and mysterous. It removes at
once the cause, and the disease
immediately disappears. The first
dose greatly relieves, 75 cents. Sold
by Otto Grotjan, druggist. Rock Is
land and Gust. Schleeel & Son, 220
west Second street, Davenport.
Ought to know that when suffering
from any kidney trouble that a safe.
Successors . to the Portage
Bed Stone Co., also to Furst
Neu A Co.,
LAKE SUPERIOR PORT
AGE RED, BROWN
AND VARIEGATED SAND
Security Building, Ninth
Floor, Madison Street and
MHV aa J
TP ANTED A RELIABLE WOMAN IN BV
Vf erveonntv to establish a coreet narlorfor
I the sale of onr Celebra ed 8p'nal Surpwtlng Cor-
i sets ana uouoie irom ana to sna ' ciasi s, witn
asbestos lined bust protector. Bvery pair war-
rantea not to oresat or rum; snsoiuteiy impervi-
Ions to moistnra or perspiration. A new pslr
Kiven lor every pstr inai oreaaa. uuarantee
printed on each corset. Recommended by over
10.C00 phyriciin. We furnish complete stock on
consignaKnt sndpay a salary of $40 to Sfloper
mcntn ana eznenser-: Ki mole oatnt tree. Pen a
10 cents pietSKe for ssmnle ami terms. Hreels
I Manuiactunns company, 87o canal street, isew
' BAN PMAMOtaOO
All Bava Tbotr CkaractavUtlca.
Tbe telegraph informs us that
Mayor ringree. of Detroit, has been
trotted out by his friends and admir
ers as a candidate for the republican
nomination for the presidency. This
ends up a queer job lot of politicians
of thru famous whirls
ant cr tsar t fords, So
wxyjrto ml amy coJum
bia Agtncj, er msiitd
! for t wo M-itnt iamps.
M AVE you feasted your i
II eyes upon the beauty '
and trace of the 1895
Columbias ? Have you
tested and compared i
tttem with 'all others?'
Only by such testing can ,
you know how fully the ,
Columbia justifies its
proud title of tbe Stand-
ard for the World. Audi
the price is but
AGENTS WANTED MALE AND Flat ALE,
old and vonr. SlO to 30 ner dav easily
I made, selllne onr Oaeen Platina OutSta. and do-
i inK goia. suver, nicsei, copper sua orss piaiing
that is warranted to wear from Sve to 15 years on
I every class of metal, taiilcwear. Jewelry, etc
L.tgnt ana essny nanaiea, no experience n uniri a
Itoooerate them, can be rarrkd bv nana with
I esse from hoase to house, same aa a grip sark or
saicnei. Agents are maaini; money rnnnt
They aell to almost every business noase. faml!
and work -shop. Cheap, du a hie, simple and
wlth n tbe reach of ever one. Pistes almost in
Istsntly. equal to tbe firest new work. end lor
clrcolars, etc. Queen- t:lty eilver and Kickel
flatitg Co , ast Louts, III.
BEFORE STARTING TO TBE
Twnly-First Street Aid it b I
.L SrM.7pM u the clini0 Kidney
. - a i -ultra. uuinumu ui uiuucv
tions for the presidency may be thus
McKlnley The more the people
are taxed tbe richer they get.
Reed Ability to count a quorum.
Harrison A desire tor vindication.
Pi agree Potatoes.
Morton Old age.
Cullom Resemblance to Lincoln.
Lincoln The son of his father.
funded. For sale at M. F. Bahnsen's
The only safe, sure and
reliable Female PU1 ever
offered to Ladies. Espe
cially recommended to
married Ladies. Ask for
vat a Child, she ortsd for
and take no other. Send for ctbctiab.
Price S1.00 per box, 6 boxes for $5.00.
OR. BUTTS CHEMICAL CO, Clmbad. Okk
Sold by T. H. Thomaa, druggist.
"SXV aMtamamk&i? L.D I Cm au
Dr. Kay's Renovator is certain to
cleanse and Invigorate the whole I
system. Sold by T. U. Tbomas,
Children Cry for
Fine Residence Lots in this
addition For Sale on
This addition is located be
tween Twentieth and Twenty-second
streets and Tenth
and Twelfth avenues, and
nearly every lot ia it has
upon it a fine walnut, elm,
hack berry, or other large
tree,' and is already provid
ed with abundant shade.
These lots are in the very
best' part of the city, and
the most desirable for resi
dence purpose of any lots ia
the city. Apply to
M. If. STUBGEOJT,
FLORIDA WINTER resorts
Make np yonr mind to go
' via the
St Louis & Cairo
The "Bollv Springs Route" from St
Louis. Fast Time, Low Rates, Lib
eral Limits. Through Pullman Sleep
ers, tieo. lary, Uen'l f ass. Agt.
Sit. tioms. Mo.
The only aggressive reform
paper in this section. Free
sample copies sent to any
address on application.
Subscription price $1.00
per year. "Our Popalist".
Publishing Co., 1321 Second
avenue, Bock Island, UL
ir ou Want a
Warm all over,
Warm all the time.
Not too hot in mild weather.
Use the Capitol Hot Water
Or Hecla Steam Heater.
Thirty Capitol Heaters in use
in Rock Island.
Offices in BOCK ISLAND and MOLLNE.
FACTS AND FIGURES.
If the BEE HIVE depanded on Millin
er profits alone, and pav exclusive Mil
linery store expenses, these prices would
not be possible. If tbe Millinery business
wasn't done different and better'bere than
elsewhere; if the styles weren't choicer,
tbe qualities finer and the prices lower.
surely Haven port's Millinery
wouldn't come to tbe I5KK HIVE
afier season for their Millinery.
these are the Talk of the Toiyn:
Wool Felt HaU in black and colors, worth f 1. for
Fancy shapes in English Felt Hats forcbildren, all colors, fur.
Trimmed Felt Sailors, 1.25 quality for
Black Plush Top Sailors, belt crown, worth $1.75 and 2, for..
10 dozen Cloth Covered Sailors in all colors, worth 35c, for.. .
25 dozen Plaid Infants' Caps
10 dozen Plaid Infants' Caps, worth 75c, for
1,000 dczen Black Plumes, worth 50c, for
25 dozen Jet Aigrette, worth 15c, for
22 dozen Cut Jet Pompons, worth 48c, for . .
20 dozen Cut Jet Hat Crowns, special, for
25 dozen Cut Jet Pins, worth 20c, for
10 dozen Fancy Ornaments, worth. S5c, for
5 dozen Small Blackbirds, worth 35c, for
10 dozen Small Colored Birds for
25 dozen Large Blackbirds, 50c value for
10 dozen Large Black Parrots, f 1.25 value for
7 dozen Coqnr Feathers, worth 25c, for
Don't Fail to Attend Oar Great November
Sale of Cloaks and Fur Capes.
Specials Tor this Week.
$4.98 Boucle Jacket, large sleeve, rip
$7.48 Beaver Jacket, mandolin sleeve,
ripple back, box front, worth f 10.60.
$8 98 Boucle Jacket, lined tbronehout
with heavy satia lining, worth $12.60.
$10.98 Astrachan Cloth Jacket, lined
throughout with heavy satin lining,
GREAT REDUCTIONS IS PRICES ON
Cloth. Plush and Fur Capes.
1 14 West Second street