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THBABOUB, TtJESPAr. JULY 28, 1898.
mashed belly Sid Weekly at 18M Stauid
Ansae, Rock Ulead. III. lottrrd at tb scat-
iflks M K'xl aatp r J
J. W. POTTKR
TKHMJ-Di:j, 10 cd: ptr kL Weekly,
tiffl p r snr.sm; la advance (I. SO.
All (animanicabOB of cntt'al or argumenta
tive tru'Br 14 r. political r Million, siit have
real Bttia a lathed for pahll'V.kn No such
ami ill b friated oi.r Cttlllnaa Hgnstures.
torrtstrtndtBce loikiUd from ivtry townhip
In Kuck iMud toanty.
TltsUAf. Jiu '. W.
I as erratic rang rMll Coaveatlna.
Tte rtmo;rt. vmn in the several coun
ties oomprlmir the Tenth i:nTeional dis
trict are requested :u vrnd delevatei to eon
irimil ronvfhtioo to be held at Oslva.
111. Wedne-dr. J-ilr I", at 10 o'clock a.
m , fur the purpose of nominstto? a candidate
for conre-and tran-actinr Mich other buM-Be-
i as m:iv be presented lor their cnnsiilcre
tmn. The several counties in the Tenth Con
irirv.ional ili.lrim arc rnlilli'd to a repre-M-mailon
in tins (mention as follows:
lt.H- Li mit I-'
Wb. Untie "
r. Ii. Mrn.w.
f'halnnnn fVifurreem'nal Cucuittcc.
Kewan- e. Ill . July il. l:-iM.
To the alJemitn: Save the levee
before it is too I ate.
Tiik rfToct of Mrs. lease's stump.
in tour in in-half r l Ilrvan may well
lift iiucationed outside of Kansas.
Tucks is eric source of satisfaction
at any rate thord urn no more nn-
tionitl conventions of inj aort in
A''Ckiiv to one .Samuel Hen-
itrickson tho wirll will como to an
end Jan. I. 19H) at 11 o'clock a. m.
This looks serions.
Al l. rcpulilicans hrcathe caj about
nnn thln;. Harrison will Hump lor
McKinley there is no cas of Hon
Holt with thi llonsier ct.prcsidcnt.
Tmk secretary of state has licensril
tho incorporrttion of tho following:
II. II. Knhlsant company, at Chicago,
to manni.ictnro bakers' supplies.
rtr; capital stock. 1.0ir0.iH)i; fnoor-
IMirators, Herman II. Kohlsaat,
ro'lerirk IC. J'.arnheiscl ami Kiiward
C. Hale. Herman II. Kohlsatt is
proprietor of the Timcs-llersli and
if McKtnloy should happen to be
elected would be the ollicial baVer
nf the administration as well as the
otlicla! publisher. As it is the Kuhl-
saut aspirations will to found to be
all riouh. Bryan will take the
Ttir. lirst enns of the campaign
will fired at Dixon. July 31. A
joint debate on tho linancial question
will take place at Assembly park on
that date. Hon. K. X. Schoonmaker,
of Philadelphia, will speak for the
republican principles as laid down in
the platform adopted at St. Louis;
and Hon. C. K. I.add, of Kewanee,
will speak for tho free coinage of sil
ver as advocated in the democratic
platform. Hon. John K- Tanner, re
publican candidate for governor, and
lioy. Altgeld, democratic candidate
for reelection, have both been in'
vited, as well as all the candidates of
both state tickets, and they will
probably all bo in attendance, as well
as other prominent men in the par-
low la Catch Tax Uostfera.
In his message to the legislature in
l0.ri Gov. Altgcld said that a source
of great Injustice in our revenue ays
tern is "the fact that almost every
great interest has managed to get
special legislation changing the
method of listing its property. This
makes uniformity of assessment be
t ween different kinds of property im
These changes in the method of
listing corporation and other prop.
erty were made so that the great in.
terests could dodge their taxes. No
matter what sort of a revenue law is
made for the whole state, these great
interests will go to Springfield and
buy some special legislation for
themselves. The war to prevent
this is to have a constitutional
amendment permitting local option
in taxation. That will allow the
voters ef each county or smaller po
litical division of the state to say
how and what sort of property in
that political division shall be as
sesscd tor taxation, and the lecisla
ture will not I able to pass any
class legislation for the benciit of
millionaire and corporation tax
dodgers. Then the working men
the merchants and the farmers will
not have to par the taxes that should
be paid by the corporations and mil
Uaaklm Ante MItb
The best aalT la the world for
cuts, bruises, i tores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all tain
eruptions, and positively cures
piles or no pay required. It li guar
antced to kits perfset satUfaction, or
money rstunded. Priea 55 oenU per
dox. torsaie or it arts uuemeyer.
rae Uva rtrty Inn
Mrs. Winslcw's Soothing Syrup hai
been used for children teething. It
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all paia, cares wind colic, and
is the nest riaerr lor diarrhoea.
Twenty-live cents a bottle.
DEATH OF WH. HENRY SMITH.
Frnmioent la Chtcago a Newspaper and
AMoriated free Mas.
Chicago, July 28. William Henry
Smith, who for many years was general
rtfhnairer of the Associated Press and
prominent In the Hold of newRpnppr pub-1
liintiun, i tlcuO. -At 3:JU o do k yester
day worm riff he expired nl his residence in
Lake rorrst. l'rmumonia, Rupplcmr-nted
by weak hiirt action, brought about his I
drat h, whli h, though not sudden, was nn-
expected to his family and relatives. In
the butt few yeurs he had frequently been
oontinnl to his home by illness and had
been unable to personally attend to his
business interests am) the control of the
newMuK-r.s of which he w.is Mie owner.
itatunlnv nfternfmn Mr. Smith s illm
assunurd a. serious stacre. At the bedside I
at the time of his death were Delaran
Smith, his only son, and Charles R. Will
iams, who married Mr. Smith's only
dnuirhUT, whose tu-:itn occurred last rail.
Willlnm Htnrr Smith, in Disconnection
of many years' standing with the Associ
ated l'ress. and before that time with the
Western Associated Press was one of the I
licar-known iiu;ii In the field of Journalism
lirthu lrtttl States. Ho was horn in 1SJJ.
In Columbus county. New York, and had
almost reached theatre of 113 years. His
ancestry was a mixture of English, Scotch
and Dutch. In his early youth Mr. Smith's I
imrcnts removed from their farm in New
ork state to Ohio, nnd there he cn joved
the best educati mat ndvunlaes nlTordi-d
In tlw west at that time. He Ix-jran life as
a shool teirrh.T. then he went into journal
ism and at 22 w.is editor of u weekly at
Durius the List few yc.trs uf his life Mr.
Smith was rntrizcd in writinc a history
of tho 1'iillcd Suites and a history of the!
administration of I'n-sidcnt ll.ivcs.
Amoiin the new sKiM-r interests of Will-
inn Henry Smith was the Indianapolis
News, of wlm-h lie was the publisher.
Charles H. Williams, his k.m in-law. is
editor of tle News. Mrs. Smith diisl some
years no. nnu ne Had isvn livni'X In praiv
ti-nl retiri-mcut at his beautiful home
In I. ik K ore-it. when he deroled himself I
entirely to literary work.
A water bievele wliii h was tesfeil on thfi
l'ototiric at Vns!iiiito!i ni.--.do n speed of
lour miles nn nour.
The yontiu d.-iiurhter of I'lrmor .T'iih
K. vt .ilnnrtn, niil .i, of Ilciitionvtlle. N.
jumped on a wheel and overtook her
parent, who was elopina with Stisic Hall,
nire l I K The fnther returned homu nnd
tiow Susie threatens a brcach-of-promisc
Kminn .I.Tjerson.nac.l V.i rears. of Xcen.ih,
Wis., committed suicide nt the Oueen ho
Frank 1 truce, a noted diamond thief nnd
site blower, died In the JeuVrsonville
(Ind. ) ienitentLiry. He had been sent
Irm lerro Haute for six years and served
Obituary: At Xew Brighton. I I..
Thomas A. Jerome, H'l At Lntiorte, IniL,
Washington Wilson, li". At Asliury
Park, X. J., Kdttanl K. Cekert, o. At
D.iTtoti. 1)., W. U Hvpi-s, II. I). At
Klvriu, O , William II. I'utler, of Adrian,
Mit-h., 5i. .
Farmer Joseph llrant, cf Xoblesvillc,
Ind., wns run down by a Lake Kric and
estern train and prottnd to death.
John Steiiiiinmn.il drunkard, uttempted
to assassinate IC -v. Joo Jones M Mam
moth Uprlnirs, Ark., Ix-cause the brother
of the famous Sam lectured on temper
Joe Brown, a paralytic Inmate of the in
sulin asylum nt Joiifshoro, Tenn., wns
scalded to death In a'.bath tub in the ab
sence of nn attendant.
The Chlcnco pollccarcruakluga crusndo
against street begging.
Stialn has bought two Italian warships.
paying tho enormous price of .!, ouu for
each of them.
I'hyslclnnsnt tho Alexlan Brothers' hos
pital, at Chicago, have removed the end of
knife blade from the skull of Charles
IVinctz, who was stabbed by William
Lcltz Saturday night.
. Guests at tho wedding of Wallace Stew
art and Cora Klsh at Ingalls, Ind., were
yoison.-d by eating ice cream nnd several
Jessie Koy killed herself nt Cl-.lcngo. Sho
was despondent over the life she was lend-
Ur. J. C Hi-ame has ljeen awartled tin,.
i damngi-s for lilhl ag.iinst M. II. Do
xoung. of the San Francitseo Chronicle.
From a letter written by Rev. J.
Gunderman, of Dimondalo, Mich., we
are permitted to make this extract:
"1 have no hesitation in recommend
ing Dr. King's Sew Discovery, as the
results are almost marvelous in the
case of my wife. , While I was pastor
of the uantist church at Kives junc
tion she was brought down with
pneumonia succeeding la erippe.
Terrible paroxysms of coughing
would last hours with little interrup
tion, and it seemed as if she could
not survive them. A friend recom
mended Dr. King's Xew Discovery;
it was quick in its work and highly
satisfactory in results." lnai bot
tles free at Harts A Ullemercr's drug
store. Regular size 50c and f 1.
KhaumatUmi Garasl la a Hay.
"Mystic Cure" for rheumatism
and neuralgia cures in l to 3 days.
Its action upon the system is re
markable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause, and toe
disease immediately disappears. The
nrst dose greatly relieves, 7a cents.
Sold by Otto (irotjan, druggist. Rock
island, and uust Schlegel at Son, Z2J)
nest Second street. Davenport.
WTitb Bahy was sick, we gae her Caatoria.
Vltm she waa a Child, aba crinl f or Casviria.
Wbra ahe brcamr Xias, afae dung; to Cartoria.
Wbea the baJ lliiklrMa, the Kara Um Castoria.
Children Cry for
Children Cry for
Children Cry for
. for wf.i- i?s .
of the Globe for
w a-a a B w i
KETJSALG1A and similar Complaints? .
wa piqsm uiaer me mnEgnxs
. rrescnotti by eminent pbynciaas:.
" ANCHOR "
World renowned Hnrkab' pm-cetqf n f
lOnlr cfmiirtfl with Tmde Maf k Anchor '
If. Ad. UkltlVtw, 21- 1'carlSU, New lork.
31 HIGKEST AWARDS.
13 Branch E oases. Own Glassworks.
k MAS' HILL t nsaZ2 las Second are .
CPttlEL. IS C SccniisTcn
"ASCHOR ' RTO.MACIIAE. boot foe
lic nvfBslaa-jSComarH fornplaliits.
The Art of Keeping Cool
Has been studied by the wise
man who has been to HOPPE'S
and had an elegant, well-litting
cool cuit of clothing made, and .
he can smile inwardly while the
ready made man is sweltering in
an uncomfortable, ill-iittingsuit.
Wear clothing that fits you in
hot weather by going to HOPl'E,
and you will feel comfortable in
both pocket and mind.
Tho Tailor. .
A Woman's Happiness,
Twi-iity yoar. a lio-l?ss iiivnlit!
Heroines m a nsontli, well
Thr number oflrtiies who arc vrhollr or it
rt. nivalin, is marvl''.iT. CtniiIi:int
i n'i.-ir t the sex tifnifrminc the ht-aitl
V-'-Vlv. THrv lire to fclflotn cured. Vi t
itr i not uiltirtilt with thr nrotMT rcim-tlic!"
I his lady ItlU tlir secret. I have lie-ii ;itl
tioctorn trtfit Url
me. nut none wt re
ill ilc to give Telle:'
A I'nxc.ivh ot W ilt
Olive ainl MvTtl,
Tonic have etir
me. Four weeks
npi 1 could not (in
my own vrk
now l nave to
en-viitc. i. riii
1;td v is iiriimit.en
. in her county. All
know hi-r mid re
jtiice in her rvcnv
rv. The rtintdt
that cured herarctotaUydiffeWnt from others
on thr market. Wild Olive is a local up plica
non-nfirmifw. vet tnni k ntui cerium to
lu-vr all intlammatitinM, displacements, dis
charges and irrej;ularitic. Myrlc Tonic
ouilds us im stysiem rii;tkcs the cure ternta
mm. Tciinme scH'niiac.common-sriiir j
momicnl plim f home treatment. Reme
dies $1. each. Mild cases need Wild Olive
only. Samples nnd an instructive treatise
free. VICTOR MEDIC AI. ASSCIATI4)..
Suuth lie t id, Ir.d
Mk0. M. J. Saeqkitt, Agont,
1 IS Tblrty-iTwithSt,, Eoc Xalft id
Htm j. ibs
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Tonr Patronage is Solicited. .
Offioe 1820, Second At. r
Barvar Hrresa B'ea.
Kmftcttret tt tuk.
aat aS Bsis at Wtat
San aU K&aU.
wml fev suites.
Siding. Flooring, Wainscoating
18th street, bet. 4th and 5th avenues
art th mot wiwu aTB. mamaW Ki
iisblb. of ths arad la the Btarket. TBaotiaisal
an 1 only geaniM Woaaat Sxltatioh. Abb
joat drtrscut t aa Aoat keap ttca. W rtt tnc,
to as aaewa will send it Street apoa ncaiM
frswta vnmw aa4 Twaaty-aUM aflfSaC Bad
WANTED EXPERIENCED SHIRT MA ti
ers. Call at l3 Second avenue.
WANTED MEN WHO WHJt. WORK FOR
S75 a month salary or larire eomnussioa
sellinr staple (roods by sample to dealers. Ex-
gerlenee unnecessary- Write us. Household
peclaltr company, 77 W. Fourth street, Cin
WANTED LA DIES AND GENTLEMEN
who wish to correspond for pleasure, or
with a viw tn matronionv to ioin the Eastern
Ohio Corresponding Bureau. Salem. Ohio.
ocna two cent stamp tor ue.-sunijuvc circular.
Adults W. E. iicok. lock box lit, Salem, Ohio.
WANTED GOOD RELIABLE HELP OF
all kinds who can furnish references to
use Tub Allocs want column. Calls are re
ceived kt this office daily for domestics, etc..
wno caa come well recommenaea. Try this
column for a sltnauon and if you are reliable
you will get one.
TANTED-SOI.ICITORS FOR LIFE OF
v Minor MoKinlev. the next president, by
Murat Hulstead. Chauncrv Depew. Koraker.
ohn Shcrmun and Mark Hannu. with bioi-ri
phy of Holiart. Contains speeches and plat
form A bonanza for at'ents. a void mine for
workers. Only $!."). The only authorized
book. SO uer cent. Credit piven. Kreirht
pnld. Outfit free. Hegin uow with choice of
territory. Permanent, profitable work tor r).
Address. The National Hook Concern. Star
JRRKNT TWO FRNT R(XMS KICKLY
luruishe. call at 140. SecouU avenue.
R RENT A PT.KAS AXT OFFICE ROOM
in the Carse Luiid:ug on becona avenue
TTIOR REXT FURNISHED ROOMS. XEW
-I- una clean. Call and see. 30 Thirteenth
FOR RENT FOCR-ROOM FLAT IN GOOD
location. Reasonable terma. Apply .
"IJ10R RENT A GOOB HOUSE AT M0;
-L also a second story, nice, large, airy
rooms, at t at 1011 Third avenue.
TilOR SAI.K two COTTAOES IN CIOOD
-a.' condition: a bargain if taken at once.
Call at l and i:i Fifih avenue.
I TOR SALE A FIRST CLASS LOT. EAST
front, new brict; -walk. Kbade trees in
front. Fruit trees and shrubs on lot. water and
sewer. Apply at ;utl Filth avenue or on
premises, eoi Thirty-eighth street.
OST A CHANCE HOOK. RETVRN
i to this otllee and receive reward.
TO ANY MAN OK WOMAN WE
can not teaeU to draw a crayon
portrait by our patent meihtd io three lessons.
e p:iy our puiius flu to i per ween to worn
for us ut home, eveninps or spare time. Send
for work aim particulars. Hermann & bey
inour, Hi South Sixth street, Philadelphia, Fa.
PKOPOSALS FOR ORDNANCE arPPLIES
IncK Inland Arsenal, itock Inlana, IU., .Tnne
i0. la'JO. Sealed i:rDOsal'. In iriof'CHte. wtli he
n t etvrd until oVlnrk K M., JI'LY 2. for
fnrnihing Dyed Colon Dnrk, T-n. B'ns. Irm,
Copper and rirac) Kivetfl and Bur; Iron, Brass)
and CTonpsr Wire; Tek. Leather, 'i'hruatl, Hope.
Unrk, ra:am, cuin, Cbemionin. r'auer. t'ivaim.E
and Polmhirir MattTiata. File. Lnmhor. elc , dur-
liiK tHCftl enr cndtnir tine W, )8.n InturmR
tion fnroiphedou application to Coi. A. K. BUF-
ri.uiu., wra. uepu. tomug.
JTISEASES o! Eye, Ear,
Nose, Throat, Luns,
Stomach, SVin and Blood.
Rupture cured without uao
BOOMS SC and 37, McManus
Building, corner Second
' and Main streets, Davenport.
9 a. m. to 12 m. and 2 to 5
p. m. Evenings, Wednes
days and Saturdays, 7 to 8 p.
m. Sundays, 2 to 3 p. m.
We are showing our
Usual line of fine
Fred Woltman, Jeweler.
Sellable Goods at
180& SZOOSD AYE3TJZ.
II H. BRIGGS,
ReLUte, Insurance, Leans
AND HOUSES TO BENT. ,
Office 1808 Second Ave., Bock Island.
Ha, on hand Q lot ta South Souk Maa aa
aariera: last oaUla Oka cUw limitar na
water; VawUtes. Sad rhsai awaraats. Taalsa)
aa Talrty-tfgfct Mnet Bad riflsaata vau.
aV&maasral atsec at aravartf la kW eiy Car
1725 Second Ave.
or Your Summer Trip
Don't forget to go to Young
& McCombs where you will
find everything necessary for
your summer wants at the
lowest prices. We always
have on hand a full, line of
ready-made garments, shirt
waist muslin, underwear,'
belts, hammocks, fishing
tackle. croquet sets, satchels,
shawl traps, etc., and in
fact everything to make the
hours seem like minutes.
The most fastideous are en
thusiastic over our high
grade of ladies' shirt waists.
Nothing has ever been shown
' to equal them in workman
ship, stylo or price. .
Special ent price on fithing tackle:
Nn. 1 to 12 Keiby or Limerick hooks,
woitli 15c, ale price, per box
No. 01. Kt rhy or Limerick hankr, worth
15c, sale price. ler box
No. 02, Kerby or Limerick books, worth
SOc, sale price, per box. ".
No. ( 3. Kcrliy or Limerick hook, worth
c sale price, per box
No. 01, Kerby or I imerick hooks, worth
ic, sale price, per box
Keels ere 15c each, saie price
Keels were 35c each, saie price
Keels were 50c each, sale price
Reels were 8.1c each, sale price
Hods, S piece bamboo, worth II, special
Rods. S-pieee hfimb , worth $1.60. spe
cial sale price.
FHmi front and bans, all dnnd made and
bcit colors, sold by all dealers at 60c
per dosen. our price per dozen
Allcock' hooks, per dczca.
During the hot .tuuimer inoiiths when ty
phoid fever is so prevalent too much care
cannot be taken in preparing the water that
we drink, a little care otten prevents a
long and serious illness. We are now
xhowing the water lilter which remaves all
impurities from the water and leaves it
clear as crystal. This filter Is made of
stone with removable tank and nickle
mountings. To introduce this filler we will
offiT the large size at 84.50, regular
Wholesale prices all of this week on Ma
son fruit cans and tin top jelly glasses.
Agents for Waveriy bicycle will close out
remaining stock at cost
(Iixxls delivered to any part of Davenport
Moline and Kock Island.
Y0D1 1 NUBS
. .. !
SPOT CASH DEPARTMENT
It's a Man's Duty
To dress well. He owes it to society and to him
felf. If he had to give up every pleasure in
order to be well clothed he would be gainer by it.
A well dressed man is usually a successful man.
He has more chances in life than a shabby
fellow. The man who has his suits made by
DORN is well dressed. Only a dollar or two
more than a 'hand-me down" but a world of
difference in make-up.
THE T A tTjOKj
Honest Value for
WILSON MOLXNE BUGGY CO.
Have attained their celebrity solely
publicly exhibited in competition
Till: IllGllKST AWARD
At the International Exhibition at Crystal Palace, N. Y., la 1853,
over 100 pianos on exhibition First Prize to the Schomacker Piano.
At the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia in 1815, 1858, and again
in 1874. x
At the American institute in New York in 1858.
At the Maryland Institute in Baltimore in 1818.
At the International Exhibition ia Philadelphia in 1876.
Tuff Schomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards
SOLD COtTTINCOUSLT FOB 28 TEARS AT
Competition with it an Impossibility.
Prices for this week lower than ever.
4 Dress Skirts.
J Fipornt brtlli.nUne. wall
iman, venrcl IH0U102,
wortaf l, for
Kztra (ne hr11lut!ne. well
linen, veirct binding, Q O K
worth SB, for O.O
Very Una black crepon. mat-
ling lining, velvet bound,
very wide, worth (1U, lor..
Brocaded satin skirt, very
wide, beautiful pattern,
worth fts, foe
Bilk mohair skirt., eqoal to
all il. rnstllo- llnisg,
worth 9 30 for
Ladies Summer Suits.
Ladies' mnhalr sad Egared brillisntioa
accrn deoa pleated skiru.
At S3.B, st) bah dock sails, worth S4
At 92-4 stilish b'ser salts, worth ttM
At ft. stylish white dack skirt", worth
BEE HIVE, n,S
Under the Harper House.
BICYCLES! - -
Your Money. .
Electro-Gold String Pianos
on account of Merit. Wherever
they havp invariably received
We have marked all our tnaimed hats
tiexwrir half price. KeleM a bat, p.y
half of the original price, aod It la ycinra.
S..IO bsts for Sl.fti ' haU for i.h
a ki h.ia for 1 an j n ) hats foe S no
4."' hats fur S.'jO I T -Vi haw for 73
Lntnanmed hats dinned Into three lots:
At I if, sli oar Sc and tic seta.
At ?5c, all our 7r,c aod SI bsta.
At Sue all our SI and SI. 50.
Larvvst assortment of belts ta the city.
ana vrcwwicaeor pneca uw toweat.'
Ladies' Waists Almost
At ladle.' styliih laoadriad waist.
.wb tfs aula si.
At yte ladle' st I ah laandried
worth SI and f 1SU.
At ladles etyah laandried waist.
t ssas la lea- st)liih silk waists, I
wuiiu eysii auu aWo
At S4 lad'c Btjliah
worms j ;ju ana an.
At SC.n ladies
stylish ailk waista, I
worth SU and SIS.
Sale is an hmii