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THU ARlTrt THURSDAY. SEPTEMBEK 0.1098.
Dan aa Wttkly at 1M Ssoa4
ok Ulaad. III. Klr4 atlaopoav
J. W. PoTTBB
TiMIB-Dally, W tnti pa mL Woekly.
W.OO H' aaaam: I MTaatt II. W.
All asauaaalcaboat of a critical at artaawata-
IIt charactor, political or rallsioas, araat have
faal lam. auacba for pobllcatloa. No "
anlcto will ha rtaw4 imt tcUUoaa alfaatano.
rorrwsnaxWaoa aollclu. from mrj towmablp
in Mnrt UlaaS coaatf .
Tmirsdai, Sum am 10. 1896.
T-t ft aaldoot.
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN,
far VM-. maldant.
Uoveraor P. A ltoei J
Usui Ooern.r M-nmotC. Cfuno
Rerf lary of .State FlUlu K. Uwl!t
Auditor A. I. Max w M.I.
Traaaurar K- C Ps
AlKiraer Uen.riU Uanawa A. TaoiiK
I'alvenltjr TnMteea-Maa. Jcua HoUMta
MMITir. R !' !.'.. X W. UHAHAM.
Keprcwalatlva Ud Diit ..WILLIAM M' K.MBT
r Mi-aila-r f Ontsreaa Trnth TWrlat ...
WILLIAM H. M0OKB
arrested. The court holds that tbia
eeetion doea not prohibit work or
amusement Sunday, bat only aach
as disturbs the peace and good order
of society. Tbe defendant, being a
Seres Day Adrentiat. o bier red Sat
urday as Sabbath, and plowed corn
Sunday, and his arrest and convic
tion resulted, when the case was ap
pealed to the appellate court, as
above set forth. The cane has at
tracted attention all over the state
among Seven Day Adventlsta and
others who are not puritanical as to
Sonday observance, as well a those
Clerk of lbs Court
Htato'a Attorney Caanijn IlcroKD
1,'oruaer I. t;p.M.a K MaRMTaua
Hunavor A. K. JuaaauH
To the aldermen: Stand by the
lovee. It is all in your hands.
Recently quite an Important meet
ing of the heads of tbe railroad or.
ganizations was held at Indianapolis,
at which P. M. Arthur, chief of the
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engi
neers: L. K. Clark, of the Order of
Railway Conductors; F. P. Sarseant.
of the . Brotherhood of Locomotive
Firemen: P. H. Morrissey, of the
Railway Trainmen and J. R. Austin.
of the Railway Telegrapher', were
present. A number of speeches were
made in favor of . federation of all
men employed in tne rauwar ser
vice, and the addresses were heartily
appiauaea. Mr. Arthur did not
peak, and for tbe first time since
tbe fiuestlon was lirst su?rnted
failed to oppose it vigorously. After
considerable discussion a resolut o 1
was adopted by a unanimous vote,
declaring that'it was the sense of the
assembled representatives of the
various brotherhoods, that efforts be
made for federating all railroad em
ployes, and that these efforts be
made at once. It Is understood that
no steps will be taken till after the
campaign is over, but federation will
be accomplished at tbat time.
Cokbktt should look to his laurels.
Tom Watson is developing a won
Watsom thinks Sewallia a wart on
the party. We wonder what Sew.ll
think Watson Is.
TiiR public ought to raise a fund
by popular subscription and erect a
statue or Mavor Knot on the levee.
K'UiT ha the cholera. Cuba has
the yellow fever and the smallpox
What of that! America has politics
m its most tirmeni form.
I these times of boiling It is a
pleasure to note tbat the lion. Wat
ner Miller has gulped down his crow.
nine, learner, claws and all.
Tmk democratic gold ticket in Illi
nois Is now headed by w. S. torman
f ir governor. D. V. Samuels being
1 he raniiidaie for attorney general.
(tag. J. C Blai k is ti be congrat
ulates on not deatriog 1 1 run in
lowing rare. There are people who
would like to credit John R. Tanner
with the same rommon sense.
Matoh Km ox could not have
pleated Davenport more had he been
mayor or tbat city than be did in
vetoing the levee improvement ordi
nance but Rock Island haa some
thing to relr noon besides lis mavor.
It haa a council which may be relied
upon to do its duty in tne present
emergency, and put the levee
it. 1 I . , 1 . .
k Bin iookuu in vain rr some
further reference in tbe Union to
erniont since hearing from Arkan
pas, and tbe mild soggettion is of'
rereil tbat inasmuch as the general
public is to lie denied any of tbae
pnuosopbical deductions, tbat the
morning paper telephone it views of
me situation around to the corner
UniM South Carolina comes tbe
pleasing intelligence that Tillman's
particular candidate for the aenate
there was defeated Tuesdav. nrimari
ly because Tillman was for him. When
the blackguard' own state reoudi
ates him it begins to look as if there
was a cnance for the people as
whole, and the majority for the
reroocratio ticket in November will
le all the greater in consequence.
A r.w Calm BasJKealloos.
In the heat of the present cam
paign of education, tbe Chicago D.t--patch
offere the following which it
migbt be well to learn:
That the man who doea not believe
as vou do is not necessarily an idiot.
Tbat the man who announces bis
intention to vote for the other candi.
date does not. by this alone, convict
himself of dishonesty, treachery and
Tbat a man who is not alwavs
shooting off his mouth may have one
or two little tbougbts in his bead.
1 bat a swift punch in tbe law bas
seldom been known to convince a
man of the political error of his way
Tbat the man wbo talks loudest is
not always tbe one who knows most.
That there is a certain sort of pa
trtotism which believes in being with
Tbat all politicians do not tell the
That figures can be made to lie.
j bat tbe other man may know as
little about the subject as yourself
l nat ibis country la not on tbe
verge of ruin.
Accokiun.i to tbe latest returns
that democratic mai irity in Arkan
!l. . -. ...... . .
aaa win ue nearer j,uw than any
thing else, ann tbe moat significant
part of ills tbat while the silver
issue was plainly drawn which
was not in Vermont where both
parties were pledged to sound nionev
tbat in Arkansas ia.00 populist
voted for their own candidate. Ac
cording to these returns the Bryan
majority will be between 95.000 and
loo.O to in November, and this i
only a fair criterion of other states
Bktas's ietterof acceptance shoutd
rat at rest all misstatements which
have been made as to his opinion of
inemoment(ns Questions of tbe bour
Brian in hia deliberate review of the
conditions which now prevail and
and confront the nation shows him
self to be ant an extremist, bat a man
who has reached bla conclusions by
raim ana cereiui thought and study.
lie is a statesman wbo hat grown
great because be haa Brown with
those great principles of government
which be advocates. He will make
The appellate court In the ease of
u vs. tbe people, appealed from
ine circuit court or Kicbiaad eouaty
bat held tbat plowing corn Sunday
oa the public highway in eight of
church-goers does not la itself eon-
mute a disturbance or tbe peace.
SOUTH BKIUBTS BAPPEMINUS,
South Hekjhts, Sept. 10. School
opened Tuesday morning with Mis
uertba Mcick in charge of the higher
room and Miss Edith Noftsker of the
primary department. During tbe
summer the enterprising directors
have made a number of improve
ments. A furnace has been put in,
the work being done by John Uertel-
Miss Ella Graham began her school
this week near Milan.''
Mrs. Cook and daughter. Miss Liz
zio, visited Mrs. Julia Boll man Tues
Mr. and Mrs. C. Stevens, of (ireen
River, visited a short time with R. S.
Silvis and family last week,
air. and Airs, ueorge w ood went
to Ueneseo Tuesdav to attend the
funeral of Mr. Lewis at that place.
some oi tne young people bad a
surprise party on Arthur Graham
last Friday evening to help celebrate
Clinton Stafford, of ureen River.
ia attending tbe High achool in the
city, and will make his home with
lpt. and Mrs. Dack during the
William Baiiev. accomoanied bv
ire and little cirl. left Mondav
lor tne uoiiman farm, a few miles
soutn oi coal alley, where he will
remodel tbe eld homestead for Robert
n . smith bas moved his family
! a a! . . r
ioio me cottage on Seventeenth
aweei, owned by Mr. Ferrer. He
nas started a broom factory, thus
adding another industry to South
Rfc,atu carotf ha Day.
atysuo cure" for rheumatism
and neuralgia cures in 1 to 3 days.
tia acuon upon the system is re
markable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause, and the
disease immediately disappears. The
Sl re2lT ."lieM. 76 cents.
Sold by Otto Grotian. Hm..;.. di.
Island, and Gust Schlegel A Son, 220
owvuu sweet, uavenport.
Daaeoroos Drlaklag Water.
ft 1 1. , i i
turaa id impure water. It
breeds diseases, often in epidemic
The first symptom ts looseness of
u. uowoia. inaae diseases are
inTCieu Dy isting roiey's Colic Cure
Sold by M. F. Bahnsen.
Wbea Baby was ak-k, wo gaio ker Caatorla.
Whea aaa was a Chad, (ho cried f or Caawrla.
Wbna ah. beoana. Miaa. ah. dua to Caatorla.
Whoa ak. bad ChOdroa, aha gars than Castoria.
iiiiiwimiiiiinm ui mo peace. I TUB ABvS (II1TMN ?
Full, a Seven IHy AdvaaUst. wasjtaf at yonr door M 10 wssk.
SI ft W4 -M S
"The Old Soldier s Favorite."
0 jI "t I
A little bit of pension goes a long
way if you chew "Battle Ax."
The biggest piece of really high
grade tobacco ever sold for 5 cents;
ak iumust cwice as large as me oiner
$ fellow's inferior brand '
THE BUSIEST STORE.
1725 Second Ave.
HBATIB9 ABTD TBamLATlBTS BHaiSTBBKS.
afiprm. I TIT V IT1T1 n n
" 1 1 ir ii f
n riwui i LI M m If K u,
Cheaper Than a Doctor's Bill.
for sal. la
mt V9!5VS?irr. tsSSSTSSt LOST MIHH000
i.iiin, 1 oiiuni.tion. IiiMuii.T, EihMrtimc drains and luiu u( iV.wr .Ylh. f
SSi-f".'" ,,-'"'ti-.l. They not only cnwhTMaVt'wit
or diw-aM-. imtare a arvat F.at V K '1 ni A....
b.vk Hi ptmk l.wt. ..la chrrka. and prtonna- tl Vl I! i'5.1- virHI?;
nT.M th. mmmtl. bwk tno. Kpaalak Xcm tint. C, U. AIi!!.
nek Island. Ill- b Ha tt A Cllemarer. drnarlsta.
JISEASES of Eye, Ear,
Nose, Throat, Longs,
Stomaoh, Skin and Blood.
Rapture cured without use
ROOMS 36 and 37, McManus
Building, corner Second
and Main streets, Davenport.
a. m. to 12 m. and 3 to. 5
p. m. Evenings, Wednes
days and Saturdays, 7 to 8 p.
m. Sundays, S to S p. m.
White Seal saloon
x8is Second Avenue.
WANTED-A :O01). RKUAHLE H1KI
V c.M,k at 714 Twentieth street.
V A NTKD - A GIKT.
W housework ut 31S
ATANT1-.I-A REL.IAMLE;iRL TOR fiKN
eJ"jl nmsew,rk. Hood waites. AiiVde
at nu Second avenue. iKes. Apply
WANTED-KEI.IABLEMAX TO travfi
) meet merchants mimififeuirers
MrGreKr. Ii:m Caxtoa UuiM.n ShicaBo"
WA N TE1 EMPIXJYM ENT BY STF A nv
reliable, married man ui teams lsV
ler. or almost any kind of w01 k hesf refV
cneea furnished if required. Ad, ii
Ama-softlce. . imress jf..
Y ANTED-MEN WHO WILL WORK rOR
peilence unnecessary. Wrtte w feviS
Send two cent stamp for deserlmi ,
ceived at thla office daUy fwSonSSS' re re"
who eM eome well rSZZL'tfo
column for a aitnation and if Yon r.HS iS
you will get one. ,ou reliable
CIOR RENT A PLEASANT OFFICE Rnnu
JC In the Carae bullin ... c ll-E KOOM
" 'wuu avenue
TjX)R RENT-FOCR-ROOM FLAT IV GOfWt
R RENT --THE PEARSON" Rv5tt-b
ant on Fifth avenue. iJ, ... T.A,V?-
pOR RENT A GOOD HOUSE AT S10
A: also a second atory. nice lm.
roorna. at r at 1011 Third aveSu'
R RENT A FINE, LARGE 1 nnnu
bath, water and tto-Z
SJi'" "re" caVfnTui'
POR SALE-COMBINATION BOOK CASE
X.ndde.lc and one wood atove Inuu
Gootif.. F . Rotlt, me Sooood avenuo
It is time now to sail in and take
advantage of Youdi; & McCoiul s'
big inducements in Fall Capes and
Jackets, llavln; d spostHi of our
line last year, we sieetyou wiUi an
entire new line this year, which
merit your attention, as no store
west of Chicago has ever shown
such an assortment as we are
showing this season. All of the
latest styles. We have a spt-oial
large assortment of children's and
misses' garments, both in Jackets
and Cloaks. Siiecial low prices.
Mat lass.., llush, Lamb's Wool.
Boiicle, Kersey and Beaver, rang
ing in price from $1.50 to S25.
Young & McConibs' Cloak stock
lias made their store famous.
Yonng & McConibs' for Capes
and Jackets stylish.
Young & McConibs' Cliildren'a
and Misses' perfect fitting garments.
Young A- McConibs' for new
Kid Glove Sale.
lo make it lively in this depart
ment (or six days we have concluded
to put out the following well known
stjlcs that will sell them quick.
Our f jur-buttoa kid gloves in
black, tan and brown, always
9!Sc; this week $ 75c
Foster's live-hook in black only
fancy backs and plain, alwavs
$1.2; this week 9Kc
Bicycle and driving gloves
(gauntlets) should be 75c; this
White chamoise wash cloves,
four large pearl buttons,
should be $1.25; this week. . . ',
White chamoise niousquetaire.
eight button length, should
be $1 60; this week ... .... 98c
Undressed kid gloves in tan,
red and black, fancy backs,
patent fasteners, should be
f 1.25; this week 1 00
50 dozen (one case) ladies'
fleeced ribbed vests. loDg
sleeves, just rifht for fall
wear, should be 25c, this
Gents1 gray knit shirts and
drawers, should be 50c, this
1.0C0 yards domet flannels.
double fleeced, per yard 4c
1,000 vards cotton flannel.
twilled back, yer yard 4Jc
1,000 yards cotton flannel, the
8c kind at, per yard CJc
1,000 yards 32 inch, double
thick cotton llinncl, 12Jc, at
per yard Kjc
Commencing Monday, Sept. 7, we
will place on sale tbe largest line of
low priced toilet ware ever brought
to this city. These sets are made up
in G. 10 and 12 pieces and are perfect
in every respect. The pieces are
extra large and the decorations are
all first class. No'e the prices as
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
6 -piece toilet sets in brown, blue
and pink. Monarch pattern,
embossed border, shapes ex
tra large at $i.75
10-piece sets, same as above at
$2.25, worth $3.00
12-piece toilet sets, finished in
under glaze, blue, largest and
finest shapes on tbe market
at $3.75, worth $5.00
We have just opened a new line of
globe for banquent lamps, sizes
ranging from 7 to 10 inches.
Tbe decorations are in Dresden and
Oriental designs and the prices are
the same as that of the regular
Y0D1IG & UeCOIIBS
HAVE YOU HEARD
'-aAVVtl tV tl a. .yv-.Oa jJm
Abou the swell Fall Suitings
that DORN has just received..
He carries the famous Cooper
and Addinyton lines of En
glish goods, and has also an
array of fancy Scotch pattern
. that are beauties. Covert
cloth for fall overcoats, aid some
tew things for heavier coats. His
prices are moderate and he Ruar
GIVE HIM jOl
Wllson Roadster $65
Wilson Special $50
Honest Value for Your Money.
WILSON" HOLETE BUGGY CO.
Electro-Gold String Pianos
Have attained their celebrity solely on account of Merit. Wfccrever
publicly exhibited in competition they have iatari.bly received
Till. HIGHEST AWAlMi
At the International Exhibition at Crjsial Palace, N. V.. in IMS,
over 100 pianos on exhibition First Prize to the Scbomacker Piano.
At the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia in 1845. 1868, and again
in 1874. r h
At the American institute in New Tork in 185.
At the Maryland Institute in Baltimore in 1818.
At the International Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876.
The Sciiomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards
old coarmnjODSLT ron 28 traas at
Wallace's Music Store SSmm
NEW FALL STYLES;
In Ladles' Cloth an 1 Felt Fe-
doras and Sailors. Quality Con
sidered, Our Prices are Lowest.
Specials for This Weak:
4 RQn fr a Uol,, Cowred Fedora.
m and $1.38.
CQa Flfla u'Dbon Triamedwool I
07 C fBlt 1a""r 't. Beturonesat ?
8113, 81.1-i aed 81.35. A
1 Children's Silk Hooils tt 2jc, S9 , !
Novelties in Iadiei' misses' end
3 7Q- "" a wool relt Fedora, trim- ? cliildrtn's Bicycle Cais at 2lc. Me,
S IOC with ribbons. Itetb-r : A C
on9atbSc,8i.ia and 1 35. 75c and 93c I
20 dozen Shirt Waists, f formerly " sold at tl and $1.26,
all go at 60c.
15 dozen Shirt Waists, formerly sell at f 1.50, 11.75, ft
and $2.25, all go for 75c.
Ladies' Figured Brillientine Shirts, Velvet Bound, facad
around bottom with Canvas Rustling Lining for $2. liett?r
ones at $3.25, $4.50, $6.50 and $7.50.
BEE 0 HIVE
114 West eeoad Street.