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BEYAN MEN STEER.
Havs the Helm of the Populist
6EKAT0B ALLEN AT THE WHEEL,
The Majority in His Favor Ovcx the
Being Neaiiy 200.
Createat Demonstration of the Convention
Upon the Announcement of the Victory
Nearly Twenty Minute. Wevoted to
Political Enthn.ia.rn New Chairman
Make, a Long: Speech aad the Convention
Adjourn, to Think It Over Silver Cath
arine Wait, on the Populist. Before
St. Louis, July 24. The. Bryan men
alected '.heir choice for permanent chair
man of the Populist convention Inst night
by a rote of "Mj to 504 for Campion, the
"middle-of-the-road" nominee, and then
went Into nineteen minutes of the wildest
nthnsiasm that has so far marked the
convention. This was th8 important
vent of the two sessions held yesterday,
JAMES E. WEAVE3.
and shortly after Allen had concluded his
speecn on nssumliiK tno gavel the conven
tion adjourned to this morning. The sil
ver convention devoted tha day to speech
making on the question principally of
whether to go ahond and nominate a ticket
nnd adopt a platform before conferring
with the Populists. Adjournment shut
off the dobnte.
Some More Preliminary Iinstuess,
One of the lirst things done by the Pop
ulists was to name the resolutions 00111
mittve nfter bcin;j called to order at 10:10
n. 111. miring tuis session tnerc were a
number of deiuoustr.vtions and attempted
tU'iiiomtrations. A resolution intended to
bind the members wot to bolt was sent to
the resolutions comaiittee. After that re
cess was taken to 8 p. in. and lasted to
8::5. During the recess tho permanent
organization committee decided on Allen
for ponuartcnt chairman by a voto of "'J to
5 for liutler and 11 for Campion. The reso
lutions committee elected eaver chair
man, which was another Hryan victory.'
Settles the t'rfMlentiala Cases.
Wlii'n the convention came to order at
3::io p. in. tho cmlcntials committee was
ready to report and a long lijjht took p'.aeo
over tin? contest from Chicago, endin
with a victory for tho Taylor delegation.
1 lie others were crmly Fettled. The next
thing was the election of permanent chair
man and this was ecqiectcd to be the light
of the convention. The announcement of
Allen, ot -Nrl raskn, as a candidate lor
permanent chairman was received with
great cheers by tho liryun men, who kept
up the tumult for several minutes. The
'miiidlcHif-the-ro'id ' men had their turn
when the minority of the committee re
ported tho name of Campion, of Maine.
The demonstration was noisier than tho
other, but not so nwiny people took parr. in
it. the mulille-of-the-road banners
were CiirriiHl around tho hall and an at
tempt mudo to fcrin a procession, but it
Had a Wild lieiuonttration.
The roll call was ordered nnd in duo
time the chairman announced the result
ns T.Vi for Allen and 5(4 for Campion
The Ilryan men wreamed with joy. They
got up in their chairs and cheered. They
whirled their coats, umbrellas, hats anil
everything moveable aloft. Thev unroot
ed their state guidons und paraded them
ubout the aisles.
Texas Is Irreconcilable.
Tha band plnyed. hut it could just be
heard. Four colored men with banjoes got
nenr the stage ami sang a Bryau song.
The scene with the exception of the fact
that the galleries did not jwrticinate in
the demonstration very much resembled
that at the Colisjum in Chicago -when
Hryan was nominated. It Listed about
nineteen minutes. After order was re
stored Delegate Williams, of California,
climlied on the stage. "We have made
a square fight," he shouted, "we have been
fairly beaten, and in the interest of peace
and harmony I move that the election of
William li. Allen as permanent chairman
he made unanimous." His motion was
carried with a hurrah, hut there were loud
cries of dissent in the direction of the Lone
Allen Has an Oratorical Record.
The permanent chairman was sent for
and escorted to his place, and upon assun.
Ing the gavel ho spoke at length in favor
of nominating Bryan, but nrging that the
ilver men stick together. He was listened
to with a great deal of interest. He has a
reputation as a stieaker. During the de
bute on the repeal of the Sherman law he
talked nftccu hours against time. He was
frequently interrupted with applause last
IIAS A TALK WITH THE CROWD.
Some Incidents That Occurred During the
Nebraska Senator'. Speech.
While advocating the nomination of
Bryan Allen said that he was not in favor
of any action which would elect a gold
standard man. His reference to those who
were trying to have the Populist party
assist a gold standard man as having "had
Mark Hanna'g boodle in their pockets'
was greeted with hisses and cheers.
"Do you want McKinlcyf" asked Alien.
"o, shouted the crowd.
"Xor Bryan, either," said several dele-
"Do you want a man who favors gov
smiucnt ownership of roads?" asked Al
lco. Great shouts were heard and "Yes,
yea," was chorused about the hall; also
Bryan, Brran, '
"Let it be then understood that we are
all Populists," said he. Applause. "If
any delegate in this great convention has
cross bis mind a sospicion that tha great
majority of the delegates here were not
true Populists let him in a spirit of char
ity and in vindication of the truth dissi
pate and relinquish a suspicion of that
kind. 1 read in one of the local papers,
I think it was yesterday it would be in
vidious for ma to call the" name, but it
was evidently a McKinley paper a state
ment that the Populist convention in this
great metropolis of the Mississippi valley
was preparing to die.
"I have not the slightest doubt that the
expression was prompted by desireupon the
part of the British gold power and their
representatives 1 upon the Republican
ticket that the Populist party would
perish from the face ofc the earth. But if
the editor of the paper is in this conven
tion tonight; if he has witnessed these ex
tremes of enthusiasm, these soul-stirring
scenes of patriotism, I beg him to ma
terially change his opinion respecting this
great party. Applause. In the Populist
party we know no section. We know no
north, no south, no east, no west Ap
plause and cheering. The man who lives
on the Gulf of Mexico or in Florida is as
sacred to us as the man who lives on tho
border of the British possessions or up
near the line of Canada.
"The man who dwells upon the Atlantic
acean is loved bv Popnlists if he be a true
man nnd n, trne patriot, as much as the
patriotic citizen who dwells upon tho
3horcsof tho Pacific ocean. Applause.
thank God that it was one of tho great
missions of this great party of the people
to destroy sectionalism. Applause. And
as one citizen of northern birth and rais
ing, I say in this great presence that I
have as profound respect for the rights,
the citizenship, of tho man who dwells in
the south as 1 have for my own or for my
It was 8:13 when Senator Allen con-
sludod. Several attempts to secure
n adjournment were made, but Senator
Butler, acting as a delegate, moved the ap
pointment 01 a committee to confer with
the committee of tho Silver convention.
There were manv and loud cries of "Xo,"
nnd Branch, of Georgia, moved to table
the 1110; ion. The noes seemed to be in a
irge majority, and the motion to table
was declared lost. .-Senator Butler's mo
tion was trric.l with aloud chorus of ayes
and great cheering Th: Bryan men were
apparently in full control of the conven
A Tennessee delegate offered a resolu
tion declaring thut free and unlimited
loinngc was imramount and directing tho
conference committee to take steps to
bring it about. Tho resolution went to
the conference committee. The commit
tee on rales then made its report. Little
interest was manifested in it, and before
the convention had acted upon it Lafc
Pence moved an adjournment until 10
o'clock this morning. A Texas man
moved to amend by Using the hour nt S
o'clock. Pence said he intended to movo
nn adjournment until 1 minutes to 1, but
kud withheld the motion for the present.
.iia then ut lOilO the convention ad
journed. The crowd filed out hurriedly,
as everybody was hungry and tired. The
band played a quickstep, as if to hurry the
delegates and spectators through tho ex-
jts. In a few minutes the luul was u
ALLEYS WHACK AT .U'KINLEY.
Mnifcs Some Comparison Iletween the
Ohio and French Napoleon.
During his speech on taking the chair
nator Allen gave McKinley a "roast
ing. Kerferrmg to hrs proteetion ideas
Allen said: "According to tha logicof this
modern Napoleon, when you are carrying
a burden of 20 1 pounds the way to lighten
that burden is to increase it. Laughter
and applause. 1 And when yon are pnyiug
r.n average tariff tax 01 52 a head the way
to lighten that burden is to decrease tho
ilume of money and double tho volume
of taxation. Applause nnd laughter. At
that point, my fellow citizens, ihe modern
Nr.p'ileon has crossed the Pyrenees moun
tains nnd has gone unadvisedly to the
plains of Spain. He has mado another
"It is as vital as the mistake mado by
the genuine Napoleon when he invaded
Moscow. hen Mr. McKinley tells you
that tiie high nnd to prosperity lies in the
shrinking volume of money and the es
tablishment ot a single gold standard he
makes a mistake. Applause The ancient
or rather, the genuine Napoleon, who
challenges admiration notwithstanding
his mistakes, made another mistake that
cost him his life. It cost him a crown and
France; it cost him a crown and Europe. I
might say. That was the mistake that ho
made ut Waterloo when he met Welling
ton and the allied forces. This allusion
to the "allied forces" was easily caught by
the audience, some of whom repeated it
and shouted "Good, ffood."
"Wellington had fought but a few battles
up to that time. lie was comjianitively
unknown to the military world. He was
comparatively unknown at that time; he
had not dazzled the world with any special
genius. But at Waterloo this obscure
man who subsequently became tho Iron
Duke of England met and overthrew tha
genuine Napoleon, who was banished to
St. Helena and there held ns a prisoner
and his crown and country destroyed.
Somewhere in this land today cither in
the cast, or in tho south, or in the north,
or on the great plains of the northwest, is
to be found tho Wellington who will over
come and overthrow this modern Napoleon
in November." Loud cheers.
WAITING FOR THE PEOPLE'S PARTY.
Silver Convention Adopts a Policy of Pro
crastination for a Purpose.
Procrastination was tho pronounced
feature of the Silver convention. It was
anything to kill time from start to finish,
and practically no business of importance
was transacted. But it developed beyond
a peradventuro that, the delegates with a
very few exceptions are for Bryan and
Sewall, and there is little doubt that they
will bo nominated. Every time their
n.m-.es were mentioned there was an out-
nurst 01 appiimse, ana tueir names were
The delay was for a purpose. It was en
gineered by the leaders, and ubout the
only opposition to the dehiy came from
Kansas. Born Baker, oi California, and
6t. John, ot .cw xork, explained in
speeches to the convention that to adopt
a plattorm would no an insult to the Peo
ple's party convention. In order to unite
me iree silver iorecs they said it was
necessary to give tho People's party a
chance to appoint a conference committee
to confer with the one appointed by tho
Kansas opjKised this and wanted to y
anead and unisn the wort and adjourn.
But Kansas failed. The delegates agreed
that nothing should be done until after
the conference, and the day was given
over to spcecn-ma King ana aaything else
that could be used to kill time. Tnrner.of
Kansas, said that the platform eommittoe
was ready to report and demanded that
the report be received and acted upon.
The convention refused by an overwhelm
5 Jig vote
Th iniddl.-.f-the-road men were utter
ly disorganized nnd disgusted. Lajrt night
they held one of the most stormy of all
the stormy meetings held by the ehthui
sstlc members of the Populist party. An
attempt was made toKiss a lxiltiug reso
lution, and while Jt was being discussed
by the hot, hinds the more conservative
mein scurried 'out and got leaders who
couusollcl moderate uction. These lead
ers and othi-rs tired the crowd out after
awhile and the bolting resolution was
The temiier of the leaders seemed to be
that all should remain in the convention
until the close- and if its uction was not
satisfactory then hold a convention, nomi
nate candidati-s. and adopt a platform of
their own. The shrewdest lenders say
that not only will the convention nomi
nate Hryan but they believe Sewall also
will be named with him.
Totnj'i Name Was on the U-st.
Denveu, July 24. Tho name of Con
gressman Charles A. Towne, of Minne
sota, appears among the signatures to tho
manifesto issued last Monday by Senator
Teller and other Republicans who bolted
at the St. Lohis convention. Towne's
name was accidentally omitted from the
copy of the address sent out by the Asso
ciated Press oil Monday.
Origin f the Silver Party Men.
St. Loris, July 24. A poll of delega
tions to tho Silver convention showed the
past rarty afiiiiatous of the delegations
to be: l ive h-mdred and twenty-six Re
publicans, li i Democrats, 47 Populists, S
Prohibitionists, 1 Greenbacker, 12 Inde
pendents and I Nationalist.
Lumberman in Trouble.
Detroit, July St. James T. Hurst, of
Wyandotte, u wealthy lumberman ami
land owntr, hit t Urd a trust deed upon
all his real c.-iaie in this county to a total
of S.1H.UW. r.lost of the creditors for
whose benefit the deed is given arc Michi
gan luiul'T de::!ers, with the exception of
Nelson Holland, of Buffalo, who is se-
Boeklen's Arnica raiva
. The best ,ive ia the world Icr
cuts, bruise., sores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, letter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all akin
eruptions, and positively cures
pilna or no pay rcqnircd. It is enar
anteoi! to give perfect satisfaction, or
money re'tindod. Prloa 25 cents per
box. tora'rt Hart uilcnicyer.
Children Cry for
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r t ,iniirr T7iTPirris7i?sii ith .
B!L!OUSWESS Is caused by tor-P
(g-dt'; liver and produces headache.?
dizziness, loss of appetite, disfrusifg
vfor food, coated tongue, constipa-4
lotion, and bilious fever if ncfflect-S5
JjiI. A POSITIVE CUBE ia foundingS
li Dr. Kay's i
Mrs O. C. Thaveh. of Anita, Iowa.ffiB
writes; - 1 have taken Dr. KiiVs Ifon-lS
oviitor forConstirsatio-n a-ttY .TrvrrQ-Zfe
NESS, and it has given the best of 8ut-j?
-mfartiua." lr. Kay's Kenovator IssoiilJ
'IT ClmcciSts at 1 Is., nml . m nrcn,M.9
fi biDr-B- J-Kav Medical Co.
Um3hn. 1 1. Senrl sunn fnrrorcfejl
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T. H. THOMAS. Sole Agent. '
General and Nervous Debility.
we.kneq of IVuly and
Wiml, Eifw.ls of Krrors
or Kioesses ia Old nr
Yonnj. Robust. Xnblo
Mui.iiood fully iti-stun-d.
How to Lnlarw: and
Ktrentrt hen Weak, L'n
1 developed Portions of
Body. A'oolmtly tm
f a i 1 i d s TTom e Treat mc u t.
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.Men testily iroia M l-tates and roreiKa
Countries, fend for Dewriptivo Rook, ex
planation and proofs, mailed tjcaicdl free.
ERIE rriEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y.
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in the clrcnlt court of .aid a.iin'y, at ihe Septtm-
Csrailtii) t-or.thern. BIiuis Irwin. Enmiiu
Stoothoff vii.Mnry l.iFon.-e, Ai drew J. Luhl,
Jow-pU Llfiht, Mry Sliliard. Emms Hsnwell. .:.
l-iui, lyoin-s 1 nai iii-tmi. Lannds Uolkin-
son, Joan Ligtau Knberi Licid. Mineola Andcr
on, Cntir'es A. Liirht. Jntn It L-ght, l':h
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A. L'L'Ut. Amile Liiiht. iri!i XI. ll.al. Jane
Ssci.di rs, tmm U0.1t, B. Uqlit, Anns A. Tsl-
nou. riorrnce i.'kM. Vulia K. I.itht, Jt W.
l.icht, Williem DasiriiK'rry and Wiinam IHlnn
liirry. samlni-tiuor of iLe csisie of Jo.cuh
Afttdsvit of non residence of Vr IjiP. t.
Andrew -T. I. Ight. Joseph l.isht. Mary Mitisid,
amnia iianwtn. i- t . u-i i. L iii.- Cnldinir
tnn. l.iicinda lliwlkiiif on, J mn l.irhl. KoVrt
l.itibt. Mineols AedirnDn. 'har A. l.titit. John
B. Liirlit. Rein-oca Hrt.ul'is. WilMarn F. L'l'lit.
Ki ll, rt A. biclit. Annie l.i-lit. S&rati Kf. lesl.
Jane Saiinder, Kn.ni Ho il. J. Llirlit. Anna
A. lalixill. rioience l.e.-li'. Wti'le K. l.l-rht. Jay
W. l.idil, the aciv il. f.-iidiiiin having heen Bled
in the clerk's nli;e of the nrrnil roiirt of eaid
Cimnty, ni.t'.en ig hereby pivcu to tlie said non
resident iiercmiani mat tin- complainant filed
their hill of comnlsmt in ani l eonrt. on theehsn-
eery side Iherent. oniheithdayof May. lH-iO.aiid
mat ini-renMn s si:mmoiis ifPoed nnl of said
eonrt, wherein aid suit if now Mnilins. relnma
We on Ihe Crl .Monday in the sn-iith of S. pti ni'x r
next, as in hy law rcqulrefl. Now, anlcss yon.
Ihe na d nnn-n !ilent defiinUnt shove named,
fhall pi-r.n;illT tie snd Srar he'oro the raid
rireuit court ou the first day of the next U-nn
thereof, to he holdcn at Hock liland In aid
for the su'd conntv, on t'ue first Monday in
Si-pteinher next, snd plead, answer or uewiur 10
the said complainant's Dill ot comiilalnt, the sstnc
ami tne mailers anc things therein charged
ard sts'ed will be taken ftf corifefsed, and s
decree entered aSilwl you itccordlns; to the
prayer of said bill.
- GKOnflE W. OiJIBU,ncrk.
Bock Island, 111., July 17. lK'st.
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Bepresenting ftmnnp other tln.e-trlcd
and well known Firo Ineoranoe Com
paniej the following:
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and Second Avenue, Boooisd Soor.
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'ait as low ta tsy rsilabis sorapsnj ras r
Tour Favrocacs U so;ieted.
M M. BRIGGS,
Real Estate, temce. Loans
AND HOUSES TO BENT.
Office-1508 Second Ave., Bock Island.
Rave on hand 40 lots rn Bonth Kock Ilnd oa
easy terms; )isv osistde the city Praits: rood
watr ; low taxes, and cheap itjstj rscee . Tea lot.
on TMrtyi?ath street sod Fifteens ser.De.
asamiwrcf plesos of property in tns ci fcr
el anal wit.
will do If se4 a wash sncorfl'mr; to dUMttlere:
prevent tnuisaiission of blood di.essrs. .kin dm
ea-Mjfc aente snd chronic s leers, .tr-ctare. ture
of tlie hwl ar.d feet, rTezarna, Tetter, nait hhen
matiara. inn unaiion of the Blslder, Ilisesses of
the bones, Jo nt ar.d mnseles rP:i,eUc inasni'y.
scarvy. Scrofoli in mai.y forms. Xue ahore sd i
a hanoren other fornis of dissse are trscchble )
directly or inCirectly to 8j.ni lite HlnrM fo-sm I
iw wdicb xne in. uscson's aortisB risi:ty sn
lett I. a sure prevenrstive, and Is a ssife form
Killer, readrip; contagion hardly posrlbie. hetcs
la Tame. If ntiected sacfa troobies r salt ratal
ly. Hailed ar where, sealed $1 ; six boxes fTr tS.
.. t. Bete, yr "rib as, and Ore bt.. bat juA
- Ladies who value
a refined eouiolexlou nmst use Pozzowt'
Pownaa. It produces a soft and beautiful
- r -ji si i
T 1 4 err- ,
Yon srlll flnil cne coupoa
Inside eaeli two ounce La?
and tocoupou- lubiderach
four ou net ) 101:01 Ulaekseirs
IHirliam. Buy a taf of tUis
celebrated toliaeco and ruad
the coupon which rii. a
list of valualde prex;itk aud
bow to get them.
ATT ORX SKX.
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Connelly & Connelly
Attorneys at Law.
Ofiise second floor, ovr MitcuuU 4t Lrnd.'s
back. Mocey to tosn.
Jackson ic Hurst,
Attorney t at Lw.
Once In Rock I-lai.4 National Mr hnldtn.
C t, WSLBBB
Sweeney & Wallier
Attorneys and Coujccllora at Lnw.
OUce la Bencttin block.
Charles Ji Senrle,
Attorney t I. aw.
Iioesl hnslnew of :i kinds prnnve'ly atlenrled
o. Mate's At'orney of Koch it Und county,
flics, ftwlnfora block.
McXnlry Sc McXniry.
Attorneys at Law.
, ' "an money oa cood orenntrj attke eollec
lrs. Rfrence. ViicheU Lynde. batduin.
Office, Postofflce block.
Dr. W. n. I.ndewlg,
SpecialiBt of Ere, Ear, Nose and
fflen la Tremann's sew bntldlt-ic. enraer ot
tnteenth strict s-d Th'Jd avence, Uock Islaao.
Telephone Mo. 10-18.
Dr. A. GraBsatx,
Physician and Snrgoon.
Omce, Dim block, . Twiut:cta ttreet.
E. O. Senner, M. D.
I'hysician and Surgeon.
Oniee and Itcskleece KtJ Sixleen'Ji Strc4t
Dr. Chas. 21. Robertson,
Kye, Ear, Note ami Throat Only.
OfBce, WhltUker Block, eonthwest comer Third
and Brady sheets. Davcnpori, Iowa. Room. 17
tndlt. Boors: t to II a. 1 to 4 p.m.
BRACK & KESJIS
Architects and Superintendents.
Room M, Mitchell Ljnde onUd nf. Bsnad
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR
Plans and snperlntenienne for all classes of
tinildlng. Hooau m Uurst'. block.
Henry Gaetje, Prop.
Cat Flowers and Dctlgna of all
City store, law Second avenoe. Telephone 110.
Dr. eTohn E. Hawthorne.
New Dental fariors, orr itkits A Uim. stayer s
Dng store. Third s res as and TwacUeth street.
Tte latest svostutaMmts for k.:iwl dental work.
OR. MQTT'S jIERVEHIEE HLL$.
Taf flllf 1
Jy for nenrouBj
li iWTToua disy
. Mnes tit ttits trtttm
' Pros t rat (on.
.i,ji. t-Tiii:nror It
kfannnod. Iripotncr. Subtly KaisKions.Youttv
fnl Krmrs. M'tital Worry, czcsslve use of To
baccoorfr. i.-n.wnica P-id tnCcnsmnptloa and
Inxiiulty. v no -v ry S-i ord r we rive a wry,
....ii" i.-iir fir m'jria toe money.
Bold at -.r tytvc joxes lor tSMt. i.
srviia uuiiii tJUitr'ASI, I laisised
JwMbr T. B-Taoatsa, draxeist.
The rcsy 1 reshnsss
and a velvet y softness of the skin is Inraria-
my anaisei oy loose
alio aso Pusausti'e