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Clark of tfee Court
luw'i Attorney Cbablxs BcroaD
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A. K. JOBBSOB
Wamtbd At the Ualoa office, bb
Oh of the probable "ilitei" for
MoKlaley's eabiaet, in cam the
Ohloaa should bo elected, U Senator
Jobs M. Thurston, of Nebraska, for
secretary of state.
Jcdoiho from tbo tanor of the ex
leaded dlaeerUtioa la this morning's
Unioa. apropos of the aobool eleetion,
the morning paper doea sot Ilka the
result a wait. That It ejtraago, too.
TUB nronoaltioa to aanarata tha
aatloaal front the state campaigns
among tne repaouoaas 01 Illinois It
not favored by John B. Tanner be
cso.se it will interfere rsrj mater
lally with that politician's plans to
kaife atcKlaley and trade for vote.
This, perhaps, la one of the best rea
sons whj the plaa ought to be
adopted. Peoria Journal.
Mabt cities and villages ia the
state have passed ordinances re gala
lag the speed of bicycle riders. A
decision from the attorney general's
office says they cannot legally do this.
Bicyclee are classed as vehicles, and
ordinances of that nature must in
clude all vehicles, and cities or vil
lages must not discriminate.
Era after the doodIc have naaaed
judgment on the merits of the issue
between the teachers and the suoer.
intendeat, the Union continues to
malign aad misrepresent the matine
01 ue Manners out tba teachers are
not surprised, nor do they have any
reason to care a great deal what the
union says or thinks. The publio
expressed itself pretty emphaticallv
.yesterday oa all issues involved in
- - '
, WniiE The Aaocs, as has been re
neatedl declared, is in favor of s
;eeeration of hostilities with the olose
of the aobool fight at the polls, there
are soma things which should be re
memberea lor future elections that
the two lady members of the board,
lira. Hamilton aad airs. Norris,
have been the unrelenting;, nncon.
promising foes of the teaonera and
have from the first fonrht them
steadfastly, vat unreasonably and
an justly and all la behalf of what
Tna logia of the returns," says
the Ualoa, "Is that the people think
mora oi tne teaonera tnan tba call-
dree, but then so much worse
for logic; people certainly do
not feel that way." Bach logic
is of the Union's own Imagina
tion. It is the same logic that led
it to support Anient and aay candi
date that woald uphold him. The
Aaocs kaows of one parent who
wonia no nave votea under ordin
ary eireumataaeee, but who said:
I will vote tomorrow, . although I
regard it a distasteful task, as I do
laot believe ia womea votlaar. But I
;have children la the schools aad it is
ray duty to uphold the teachers aad
ria see eeaooia oi taa supenntead
eat,' There la the trae logic of the
situation lor tna ualoa.
Te few Twees Pi
It has beea gravely asserted ia
view of some of the lameatable ex
perleacee of the past, that before the
newly elected board members coma
hi cob tact with tba sapariateadeat
they be pat aader oath aad be re
quired, to aver taat oeiagaowoi
eoaad mlad aad good ataadiag they
do depose aad say that shoald they
separately or jointly la the future
at aay was manliest an mouaauoa
to revel a the preeeat euDeriateadea.
they will aot lie responsible for their
acts ia so doing aad that each
act woald be dae to iaflaenoea over
which thev woald have no control.
This would seem to be a vary wise
precaatioa. waai taiaa ye, Messrs.
Asarsaau aaa uoaaiasoar
' St Louts RanibSo.
la their meek aad abject worship
oi BxcniBicy, weoee greatness they
have discovered since his nomination.
: the repabUoaa organs ot the country
- have bow. discovered that hla aooU
'. rt!akca keaa a source el great
the ware eeraere ot the
oonatry were incapable of afpreeiat
lag their own . iatereeta. It woald
saow taat taey were aaworthy of
the rlghte of cJUaensalp. ainoe the
diaeaarge of the datiea of eltiaeashlp
ia snppaeed to iavolre tha exer
cise of Intelligence.
it woald be strange iadeed if .the
workiarmea at tha countrv had for-
gotten the lessons taught by the le-
Bientaoie couuiuons or loss tae
tramp parades, the closing of banks,
tha losa ot tha hardearned saviurs of
years, tha general reduction of wages.
taa exist eaee oi poverty aad misery
from ocean ta ooeea. If they caa
forgot of thoaa thiare. proposed bv
the Jegislatloa ot MoKinley aad his
party, aad It they caa still rejjioe ia
fcKialev's aomiaatioa or vote for
him aad his party, thaa they deserve
a retura to tbe conditions deeeribed.
It doea eecm that tha workers
shoald have acquired a sufflolent
, . . ... .
nowieage oi taa practical resnlts of
proteeuoa to prevent uteir ever
again becoming the dopes of their
oppressors. They - have ' had
opportunities tor study in a ' very
Bat. Igoorinr the lessons ot the
peat, the meant by which MeKlnley
was nominated, tba character of the
men to whom he owea tha nomina
tion, should be a sufficient reason to
cause tha workers to denounce as a
willful attempt at deoeptioa tha de
claration that they will receive aay
benefit from the policy which he
His aomiaatioa has been secured
through tha efforts and tha cash of
tba millionaire maaufaoturers aad
moaey leaders. Do the workers
imagine that these men have parted
with their millioas for the benefit of
She was a well dressed young wom
an, who looked haughtily anon her fel
low beings in the crowded cable car
and seemed to marvel at the class who
could habitually patronize that plebian
mode or conveyance. Those who noticed
her scornfully inquiring air resented it.
but not until the transfer station was
reached did they have their revenge.
The well . dressed young woman had
taken her transfer slip and crammed it
into- her card case abaentmindedly.
When she boarded the second car and
the conductor demanded her ticket, she
was for a moment at a Ions to remem
ber what she .had done with it Then
remembering, she drew it forth, handed
it to the waiting collector of fares and
looked scornfully about her. Re gave a
look at the slip she had offered bun and
returned it, remarking loudly:
"Pawn tickets don't go on this line."
The haughty yonng woman bad lost
something of her Vera do Vera air by
the time she hnrt mane tbe correction
in her fare, and the plebeians who habit
ually patronize tbe cable roads were
smiling happily at her. New York
Practical observers experienced in the
working of belting have generally con
eluded that a belt of 3 inches width and
of single thickness, running on a pulley
8 inches in diameter, represents about as
near a perfect belt transmission as it is
possible to get with oak tanned leather
belting. This may seem, it is thought.
rather a favorable condition for a belt
of such dimension to work under, but as
far as tbe pliability of the belt ia con
cerned, it is assumed that there would
be no objection to the curvatureSif eight
inches, and as for' the width, one inch
and a half mignt be considered quite
narrow and tbtee inches in width some
what wide. It is argued, however, that
if the oak tanned material will endure
all this bending action while under a
high speed and drawn np taut enough to
how well when power is to be trans
mitted, then it must be expected that a
pulley 16 inches in diameter, when pro
vided with a double thick belt of 4 inch
es width, must give equal eat isf action.
Hew York Sun.
MarAMwaa FlgHt Over taw Color 14m.
a0THBia,.O. T., July L In a quarrel
over tbe admission of colored children into
the white district schools ten miles east of
Guthrie' J. H. Swain, - a negro school
teacher, was shot and killed by W. H. Ar
nold, white school: director. Arnold
gave himself up. - Ha claims - self defense
oa snows seraral knife, cut In Dieted by
swain. . .
' : Harrlrt Becohar Sei Qtes
Habttord.-July L It was rerjorted
last night that Harriet Beer her Stowewaa
loan nnooosclous condition and micbt
not live twenty-four hours. She was said
to he suffering from congestion of the
brain and paralysis.
PllSTtM SUU Ootas tm Caato.
CAjrros. O., Jul 1. There were hun
drede of people here yesterday to visit
Major ate tun ley aaa today a large num
ber of delegations are expected.
C altl a the Gold
Waahikotov, July 1. The treasury yes
terday lost S7I.800 In gold coin, of which
t0,( was for export to Canada, This
lea res the true amount of the gold ruutii
at the 014 of tne ttscml year S3ai.aia.gia.
Myatio Cure" for rhOmatitm
aaa neuralgia earner As I daya.
ItS aetiOB a DOB the fftasm u m.
markable and mysterious.'" It re
moves at once tha 'cansa, and tha
diseaaa immediately disappears. The
first dose rreatly relieves. 75 cents.
Sold by Otto Grotian. dranist. Rock
Island, aad Oast Healagal A Boa. 230
wan oeooaa street, uaveapoat.
rllaOcatauatia Bsaaarat ea tea
aaa. .Bverasals gainatus. tat Tty roc-
tw. wBasr BBBTae Pas CSart
Is easeatial to
health. Evw7 aook;
and eoraer of the
aystem is. reached by the blood, and on
to quality taeeoadltioBot every otgaa de
pends. Good blood meane strong nerves,
good digeation, tobust health. Impure
blood means eerorola, dyspepsia, rlic-isas-Usacatarrh
or other diseases. Taeearett
way to have good blood ia to Uk Hood's
Barsaparllla. Thia asediciae atwihee, ri
taliaeB, and eaviches the blood, sad sends
tbe elements of health and strength' to
vary nerre, organ and tiaaoe. It ereates
a good appetite, gives refreshing sleep
aad cures that tired feeling. Remember,
Is the best In fact tbe One True Blood Purifier.
j, r:it c" Ills; easy to
nOOCl S PlllS Uke. er to operate. 2S&
Cbas. Bum, aUaater.
Coolest Place in Town,
One Week Commencing
Monday Evening, July 6.
THE SUPREME FAVORITES,
Bijou Stock Co.
Ia a grand repertoire of plajs, opeornr la
tht beaatlfttl seassHoaal oomedr.
"MAN AND MASTER"
ADKI88IO!T 10 cents to all parts of taa hiaan.
Reserved sesU am Ml at Blemer'i jewelry store
Hare Ton Seen the "Paizle?"
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and trimmings
. a specialty. '
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. Thia
stone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc Plana sent
us for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned ,:
promptly at oar expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C, B. A Q. R. R.
Trains Nos. 6 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone any size desired.
Samples ot Stone aad Photos of -Buildings
can be seen at Boom -No.
12, Mitchell A Lynde's build
Arthur Burrall, manager,
Rock Island or Colona, III.
rISEASES of Eye, Ear,
. Nose, Throat, Lungs,
Stomach, Skin and Blood.
Rupture cared without use
ROOMS 36 aad 87, McManus
Building, corner Second ;
and Main streets, Davenport.
t a. m. to 13 m. aad 3 to 5
y. m. Evenings, Wednes
days and Baturdaya, 7 to 8 p. .
m. Soadaya, 3 to S p. at.
' Has the best equipped Bicy.
ele Repair 8hop la the Tri
Cities, iaclndiBg the moat
approved methods aad ma.
chiaary for brasing, bead,
lag hand ban, enameliag
1 and vulcaaiaing; thoroughly
Agent for tha widely k&owa
AJAX BlcTcle. Carflea a
WkSTtO-kX AGXXT TO CAKTABS
ttaa arshda ha ytaMa baj areata
aad sens reewhr. lamrire at tins eHoa. . .
Wumeb-wmmBBK bt bot oar
tSyears. Usahaa nwulMei la gto
eerratare, Calat AaeeBforpartlenlan.
ANTKD-DRK8SKAKINQ AT 1717 8BC-
aebolan to learn the KeUoaa French tailor
sratesa. lfn. A- Dyer.- -
WAITTKD aTDT WHO W1U. WOKK FOB
SIS a ssoaMai aalan or
efflBB staple soeaa by asnpts no dealers. Ex-
WANTED SALESMEN TO SUX A
BrslBlsaaaaSelaltT to the btema ii.Jh
Aa entirely new article which sells oa sight.
Sslesmen cmn mke from $10 to S ner day.
wntcforpartloalan. Oarlaad Novelty Maa-
wyMj, wssreiaiHi, una
WANTED-AJXES AND GnrTUIIKir
who wish to eorrespood f or pteaeare, er
ta a vtew to atatroBaoay to joia the Fsiilnia
wv ufnapnoni mreau. Dawm, uoio.
owam iwsam stamp lor aesertptlve etrenlar.
Address W. . Beek. lock box 17, galeae Obio.
TTTAMTEDw. FBOHPT AND FAITHFUL
estabttehed house la Illinois. Salary 17 0, py
ble 15 weekly and expenses. Situation per-
muniu or iaav to travel for itmhto
- " iKiuimuLn. aaoiuw .itll-MUl easeu
tamped eavelope. H. H. Hess, president, 8M
wj- 1 rrutm.
"CYR RENT STORE ROOM. 1A2S SECOND
.runs, jtDDiv to rauf hma.
"pX)H RENT A PLEASANT OFFICE ROOM
- ia uib varan Dttuams on Beeona avenne
I ilOR RRMT vmnnanrn nrmxro - war
A7 and eleaa. Call aad see. 00 Thirteenth
"ClOR RENT TWO FLATS IN INDUS-
uiu noma ninminir Annlv in T h
T7IOR RENT FOUR-ROOM FLAT IN GOOD
Hwation. jtaaaanaue terms. Apply E.
X' also a second story, nice, large, airy
"ClOR SALE THREE GENUINE PUG DOGS
c dudw oja at w Mintn street.
fJlOR SALE A 8TORY FRAME BUILD
iE.n '""L..' 300 Twentieth street. Inquire of
T7V)1t & a T.o? A BTTQI rr aeo T nm a Dsn
tTnt: w brick walk, shade trees to
uvu. a? ruit trvf98 pnir sarncw On K1, Water MM
sewer. Apply at 3006 Fifth avenue or on
niwmiaae sVM! rklsla.k. .-M..e. ' '
TjV)R SALE ONE OF THE BEAT PAVTWn
A bnninessesinRocklslanil ItabHshedlO
yean. Profits 95.000 a year. A rare bargain
if taVsTawn aniiwhr IniniM f HAHln. sV a
" I-- mlUiw VI UV1UVH B CVWlllawal(
W nQT A L'lT A TU t.'U on a PPriim atmar saw-w
m m. nut X Kza A ww xEsj OlA
J-J teenth and Fifteenth streets tin Third
BiVvnilBl TTiTMlsa.a will nlaackuaa. mI.im. a t.t. wi
- , " fwwm. t tiu u Mf uua VUIW
eaaau icvwC IC V etlU,
HARRY B. IRV1N. DEALER IN NEW AND
aeoond-hand goofa: also roods handled
oa commiKHion. Cash paid for all saleable fur
niture, neiore Duyine. giro me a call 1411
Mwn avenue, aoos. laiaaa. ,
WANTED GOOD RELIABLE HELP OF
all kinds who eanumish references to
use Thb A koto want column. Calls are re
ceived at thia office daily (or domestics, etc,
who ean ootne well' reoommended. Try thia
column for a sttnatkm and if you are reliable
vh wau sc um
$100 TO ANY MAN OR WOMAN WK
portrait by our patent method in three lessons.
".- j f"iia vim mi 910 per wees to worn
trtr 1M mt Kkmo aanlH a. :
vrcuuiKB BUiklTS U1UO, SCDa
for work and particulars. Hermann A &ey-
owiwi 01111 sweet, rauiaaeipnia, a.
Rfi A firvunrn rr a tntrrw a wmh
K sari M VUHJU V SF I Ail X
o .1 . T ccui.u vreet, uavenport.
PROPOSALS FOB ORDNANCE Bl'PPLIKS.-
S9.1SM 8esledprposal la Iriolicte. will be
received antil S o'clock P. M.. JULY t. lass
rnraieMng Dyed Coitoa Dock, Tin. B-m-s. Iron.
wiwi w ! our.; iron. Brass
sad Conner Wire: Tseks. Leather. Thnwl n -
Dack. Pain's. Oils. Cbemlcsls. Paper, eleanice
aad Poll.nlnr Materials. Pile Lnmher. ete .
Inr 11-c.l yenr eiidlnr Jnse SO. 8VT Inforraa-
inrnisnea on sppucstKm 10 Col. A. B. BUF
rlHQTON, Old. DepU Cwmdg.
SHE JILTED HIM':
for tbe handsome up-to-date
gentleman whom HOPPE had :
transformed into a manly Apollo.
His uniform wasn't ia it with one
of UOPPE'S fine, perfect fitting
salts. Oar stock of choice pat
terns ia trouserings, clay diagon
als, imported cheviots, tweeds,
etc.. are the handsomest to be
foood ia Bock Island. Come aad
'. see as aad we will make a maa
Oar OsaatrFa aatal aar
Donbie prlsas year psa boy,
Aad for oar Coantr Maze away.
Celebrate the day like a True
Patriot, aad make ready
by going to '
1725 Second Avenue.
' For your Flags. , Toy Pistols,
Fire Crackers, Sky Rockets, Roman
Candles, Pin Wheels, and thousands
of items tooj numerous to mention
lathis small space. ' We handle
only the best reliable fire works,
the Challenge brand, which is noted
the world over, for their superior
quality, which are sold at loweet
prices. Celebrate yourself or let
the boy do it for you, he will make
Rock Island howl at the prices we
Fourth of July.
Cat prices on fire works 15 pack
ages fire crackers, full count, 64
crackers to a pack, will go in this
saie lor zoc.
It boxes toy pistol capo for 2c.
2 two-ball Roman candles for le.
ana many other items such as caa
non crackers, fancy wheels, pia
wheels, triangles, flower pots, exht-
oiuon canaiea, electric spreads.
meteor canaies, anioa candles, exhi
bition rockets, parachute rockets.
Trilby whistles, mines, serpents.
oauoons, puns, etc., at lowest prices.
Flags and Bunting.
1 doseo No. 1 muslin flags for Sc.
1 dozen No. 3 muslin flaes for 4c.
1 dozen No. S muslin flags for 7c
ana op, according to vise.
Bunting ' flsgs, all sices, firmly
sewed on'wooa stick, also a complete
w at . . "
una oi vuinese lanterns.
To fittingly celebrate this great
day it will be necessary for you to
have some of the following items,
which are always ander value at the
big store of Young afcCombs:
. W J - Jj 1 t .
cu. wiatm IIUH mw lip. W QUI JHPfc n-
esiveJsaew Invoice offanr waists wairh are
bnsatlea. Ptaea thew bhile they srs trt.li aad
wmr. biib wnwa, xeraaa vi.s, an
Lad Ms' black areas
iklrts. Tbe most weadrr
'n.t ihlia of a roll s-ysra
tL-sred brllUsatlne flcbt
tal bargains of US,
ektrt svade ot sssd
wwHrht. trbaaMd tbi
acneot aad as stylish aaa
e garsMat. Oarpric
Ladies' (owns nids of Saa a.lia, .q
shs. vehe, SMjaNyMnnaed, Saseabroidt
Drawers corset cqVars. skirU,cte.
We have arrlaged for thia week a
big aale of glassware which will ia
elade oar entire line ot fine crystal
glassware ia slain aad ia cut. Look
through the flilowiag list aad note
the prices, Ithea call aad look
throagh the etock. We know that
you will be delighted.
rtae crystal taB)Dkrs,p.hi etSe
Ptse rrml 'aaiblers, tmlulusi rat, at jr. -Fiae
crystal tassMers. Sne enrrsviec. st 4a
Psss crystal wtae gnwses, laittatiea cut, Sc
F.ee crystal whas Sersntria. haitsttoa cat. TSc
Viae crystal water bstt Ms. hattatwa cat. We
Plaeciystsletlery rtaada, is, teals ent. lie
Plaa aryssal 1 bettls, awttatiea cat. Uh
Pute crystal salM dwbes, 7 to Se
Fiaw crystal ssM SlsBss.StnlBC
KaaoB fruit cans at wholesale
we reat erocaery aaa glassware.
J ' 1
Is a (avcrite expressic, ths Hcssbr V
poet. James Whitcomt Uley. A
Is tn expression of
we mean that our
are worth seeing,
Come In and See TJs.
; Bargains in books
R. CRAMPTO W r3t GO.
Have attalaed their oelebrity aolely on
publioly exhibited la competition they hav iavarikbly reeeired
1 IIK I1IGHE8T AUOD
At tha iBteraatloaaJ KwfclhlMnm
over 100 piaaos oa exhibition First
- - - m
tne avmeneaa insutate la New Tork la 1888.
At the lfarrland Iaatitntji in Rililmnn l isia
At the Ioteraatiooal Exhibitloo
The Schomacker Pianos received the Highest Awai
THE "CLEVELAND" fMSE;- v,
Dont let sn off htnd, eairr going reverie of
bualmaa nrlrmlnlML arid Mm. --'
-send op a Meycle." Batter buy of aoraeaiie
jo wneeat oe seus bps mane ox, ana now taey
We do not daira to taaaw . anvthinsr atmnt 4rw mnJLm . mi .
bicycle is worth, without lookinx at tbe name
WE SELL OS THE INSTALLMENT PLAIT, aad 1
$73 aad tlOO, as 70a like, aad they are all wortii what we 1
M. 0. Grlsrold &
" Wc5 hiveFI
Orcat nid-Ssmscr Sale.
I WU'rtGMa4&wm.wm woran ere savP
fcaia im ClttlA filial "
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port laSIss ttw t-ir v s eaty saw aaass sa
jf fg ItWrw, iS.sa tast katas
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Wfcria apsarlM arfu. V SarBca
I at tee, wart UJaj i
csr and Jackets.
our cvn. By that
barc?is ia books
of tLery kind.
Elsctro-Coll String Pcr,
accoamt of Merit. Whrnwas
at O...I.I r w i- v
Prise to taesLontaeker Flu7
suuMiBipaua) w total loos, Baa 01-
la Philadelphia 1S7C
roa Z9 tbabs ati l .
prorcpt an uttrT dlstef&.4 el 5-
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who krows a Utile saoie ia
plate, er tbe Baaker's artiatliarawiit It bjb
m. taa, . -1 i c
wheels at $U, taa,
beat Sac ' , !
Co., 1010 S:ccrj to.
UITB great toM-saiamrrsalp,
sasw nays iwne
CniUerja - 7
'ruwaWs radacHoM si rsskwl
' "- saiics .11 mmm. eii
Msiilsisiit tisitt soaasts.
SSfcareirSstaw ta .fin
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CHILDKSJI'S BAT. '
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asaateeeseesaaeaiwuciwaS. ' V
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