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THE ABQTJB. SATUBDAf, SEPTEMBER 12 .1896.
PaMlahae Dally and wkl at ItM Bteuad
(, Rock lilted. 111. ttatr attb
c. m mcikiIcIm sutler.
J. W. romi
TIRlta Dailjr, W eaata pw yhL Weakly,
3.0D par aaaaa; la eeraac ll.M.
All eaumantealioai of a critical at argaanata
tlT character, aollUeai or icllfloaa, at oat aar
rati aaa. attache for pabllcaUoa. No auaa
article will b. prtawd orr actltlooa slfaatara.
Comtposdaaoa auilclM free amy towatkip
U Meek Itltad county.
S.TtKDAl, Sr.PTCMkEK I'i. 1896.
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRTAN,
Far Vlca rrld.at.
tat. T !
Uovaraor Juan P. Ai.tuem
U.ul. Owemor M'C Caawroitb
Mer-tary of Htt K.
Auditor A I.M1IW04.
Traanurar E. C. Pact
Attoract (inrl Canai.a A. Tacia
I'niv.railjr Truten-Un JCU HoUtn
ttaiTM. R P. MoHtin, N. W. Uhaimm.
RirprerntatWe XU IX-4 ..Wll.l.lAa M'KmaT
f.rf . mhrr of Ciw Tratk IMatrlat ...
WILLIAM K. MOOKE
Clark of Ike Court
Htata'a Attorney Ca a ai.cn Hdmid
Coroner Im. unmoa 11 Maaaraaa
Hurvcyor A. K Juaasu
Tiik tint of the hour is to save the
To the aldermen:
Stand by the
Mk. HoHAKr in his letter of accept
ance evidently decided that the bi
metallism joke was old enough to be
And now the effects of campaign
oratory are noticed In faris, where a
eyolone played a 1 -night's stand
The aldermen have carried the
levee improvement through to its
present status, and they will not de
sert it now, even if the mayor is ont
witn me sienee Hammer.
The New York Becorder believes
that the statement made by Mr
Uryan that he intends to "give no
quarter" will lose him the vote of
the foil man porters and the hotel
Tiik way to help on great im
provements is to complete them
when once taken up. A definite pur
ine ana a determination to succeed
will accomplish anything. The
levee improvement is the subject
under discussion just now.
The last year of the McKinley bill
brought in about 129,000,000 of
revenue, while the first year of the
Vinson mil nrougnt in H9,ooo,ooo
yet Mckinl-y and all that swear by
him sneak of the Wilson bill as if it
was the cause of the treasury diflicul
The Murphysboro Independent
makes this logical observation: "The
prosperous farmer is the life of the
city merchant. The welfare of the
one is the welfare of the other. As
neither I prospering under the pres
ent gold standard it would certainly
, It . mm
v wait so roaae a coange.
Am now the republicans are get
tinir ready for a big bowl when
Maine goes to them next week, and
then to wisely discus the grave sift
nilicaoce of the result on the cam
paign. Hut they might a well shout
now, lor Mr. bewail has already con
reded the pine ttre stve to them.
lou know Maine used to be a repub
Tub New York World Is an anti-
Bryan paper, but Mr. Creelman. the
correspondent of the World, wires
bis paper that Mr. Treynor, the sec
retary of the republican state com
mlttee of Iowa, informed him that
the committee's canvass of the state
showed a republican defection of
su.uuu, ani that the outlook is very
gloomy. This news from the inde
pendent opposition show how much
confluence can be placed in the
claims oi me llanoa press. The fact
is that a democratic tidal wave is
weeping over the west and south.
The tidal wave is so big that Hanna
cannot pour grease enough on the
political waters to atop it.
The followirg observation from
the tjuincy Herald, another demo
cratic paper, is illustrative of the
fart that In ll a Hfnnrratti iwrt.
the rublic nuisance of anarrhiatiV
tendencies Is not upheld necessarily
1 n L . , . -. T
m-vausv no oappene to amiiaie w
the nsrtr- PitAhfnrV Tillman
getting a taste of rough house in his
own state, me man ne wantea
BiS Coadiator In Hi msiI was
turned down i the party primaries
by over lO.WO vote, and it was
demonstrated that Tillman himself
could never break into the senate
again. The people of Sooth Caro
lina faI that they are being misrep-
rkimii mi j urrnuDg uemkgOgUfS
A atPlBLICAN Working man f
Areola, III., ha concluded to vote
for Bryan, ana he write to the
Chicago Rocord and savs among
other thing: "To me it "is just as
I m porta t for the fold (taadard ad
vocate to present the proof that
the United Mate alone cannot keep
the two rue tala at a paritj at a ratio
of 16 to 1 as it i (or the ailrer advo
cate to prove that it can. The proof
would settle the question, and it is
aa much the duty cf one party as
the other t furnish thetu if they
both are working for the interest of
the people. Now if the republican
part j can't prove that this country
alone is unable to maintain the parity
of the two metals at the ratio of 16
to 1, it appears to me that the free
silver men have as much right to our
vote as the other side, and perhaps
more so. for under the present gold
standard times have become verv
dull and the future very dark to
some of us who have to labor for a
Using. We are tired of simple state
ments and opinions and messes. We
want facts tnat w can put our hands
on ana wnicn nooody can deny."
. . . .
kllver Weald) Advaaev.
Moreton Frewen. a British author
ity on silver, who has made American
nvestments, predict that silver
would advance to 91-29 per ounce
!- .LI. a .
a iois country ana in tne markets
of the world if free coinage were
adopted. He answers the goldites
I personally acree with Mr
uryan that H the United States
should open her mints at 1 to 1C she
can raise the exchange value of sil
ver ail the world over to her ratinv
s uu.u mis opinion, not upon any
meregroanda of theory, but upon
what we actually saw during the
f L.VI . ! - . , .
month of June in 193. We saw the
mints of India closed and we saw as
the effect of that closure price of sil
ver ran more man v per cent in live
days. If the closing of the
Indian mints single-handed has
such a collofsal effect as that
upon the price of silver bullion, how
great would be the effect experienc
el II the United States, with her
enormous exporting power, were to
open ner mints to free coinage? It
seems to me almost a 'rule of three1
sum that with the mints open in the
United states silver would eo to 129
cents an ounce ana remain there.
agree in holding this view with
President Andrews, of Brown unl
versity. and with a number of au
thorities on this side of the water.
including 11. II. (iibbs and Mr. Urea
lell, both ex-governors of tie Bank
of hngland, who stated this view ex
ilicitly in the evidence they gave be
ore me rovai commission on cur
rency in 1887."
A nia-aal Tilnmttb.
St. I.011U KewiMic
Three aiirna fnll of ekiwr fnr the
fiVhtinir democracy are found in thp
results oi me Arkansas election.
,. .at . 1
In the farst place, the returns show
that the nennla am vntinir this aar
r i f j -
The vote shows an increase in total
number oi more than flity thousand
In the second place, the increase
is all democratic. The opposition
vote ha decreased under that of two
years ago and the democratic major
itv has been multiplied hv f.mr
The stay-at-home vote has gone to
iu njus aou cast aemocrauc oai
lots. The democrats have pained
from all their oDoonenta.
in tne mini place, the returns
nrOVB conclusive! that thn nnnnliat
i - r r
are supporting th democratic nartv
this year. The vote for File s. the
populist candidate, is estimated at
10.000. a loss of about fifteen thnna-
and under the populist vote of two
years ago. inis was aone without
fusion or other Inducement, but, on
the contrary, with populist candi
date in the field opposing the demo
The Arkansas election elearl in.
dicate the solid union of all popular
elements nnaer me Danner of de
mocracy against the party of monop
oly. It indicates a great accession
to the strength of these forces by re
publican desertion. The democracy
ha won back its own and captured
part of the enemy.'
ine picayune defeat of gold stand
ard democrats in the heart of New
England shrinks to nothingness in
the face of this signal triumph of th
reorganized democracy in the south
west. It inspires the democratic
host with confidence.
In congress Major McKinley voted
tor the Bland bill providing for a
free and unlimited coins nf .u.
He voted for the Bland-Allison act
over me veto of President Hates,
the veto message havino han -:
ten by John Sherman, who de-
"""' ne now denounces, the
silver dollar as a short tniir il.
declared then in a public speech in
j Vi jwa in lavor oi the
double standard, ami i ui.
year of our Lord, 1896. he wrote a
piaus ior me unio republican plat
form in which he nhnnrf .
wholesome respect for his past ilver
VvArn aa ab l a a a a-
Gundermaa, of Dimondtle. Mich., we
- iiuii.tcv i.v uima VQlS 6Xtr&Ctl
I have no hesitation in recommend
ing Dr. King's New Diecoverj, as the
ft ft tilts. IM imat enaM.r - I . .
---- iuivs uinifciuUB 11 IQ
case of my wife. While I was pastor
of the BkDtist rhnrch at RtTa.ir...
tion she was brought down with
pneumonia succeeding la grippe.
Torn' M . r .r
- u.jaui ui vuugninir
would last hour with little interrupt
on, buu ii, aeemea as ii sne could
mmn ioq. a iriena recom
mended Dr. King' New Discovery;
it araa finll In 1, aAtr j v : 1. 1
huwhii; u results. rial Dot
tie free at Harts A Ullemeyer' drug
atana. Sanl at tiu -1 J si
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ALL DAY FOR CHILDREN.
Boar of Edaemtluu Makaa Btta tM tha
Arrangements have been made bv
the board of education so that chil
dren in the primary department can
aueoa scnool m wbols day instead
of a half, as has been the custom in
The plan will require the assist
ance of two additional teachers, how
ever. Even so the ex Dense is
not so great. The board has
decided nn an eiht year gram
mar course. Heretofore nine
years composed the course be
low the High school. It is thought
that the work can be accomplished
just as easily in eight years, and
thereby contribute a year to the
student1 future In fo'rmer year
there was considerable "jump
ing" of grades. Bnt this will not
be done with such freq-iency here
after, it is believed, as the work will
be so divided that it wi 1 keep the
scholar at work dnring the term to
pass the grade successfully.
With this end in view the board
has decided on a whole day for the
N.II Wik' Trials.
A trial list has been se- for nest
Wi-ek iu the circuit court as follow;:
Monday Laurence S. Millison vs.
Marty Kelly and Dennis Kelly, a p.
peal by defendants; Isaac Parry vs.
A. C. Woodyatt, appeal by defend
ant. Tuesday Annie F. Downing vs.
L. V. F.Kkbart. appeal by plaintiff;
Bernard Redecker vs. Tri-City Elec.
trie Sprinkler company, case; Ked
ecker Bros. v Tri-City Klectric
Sprinkler company, case; Martha A
Meanor vs. Muns Nelson, case; Au
gusta (ioodhardt vs. Mons Nelson,
Wednesday Joseph Evans A.
Thomas Keno and L. P. Nelson, case;
Katie Drost vs. City of Kock Island,
Thursday J. M. Kemble vs. M.
W. Gilbert and William Krueger, ap
peal by plaintiff; Lindsay and Phelps
vs. John Buryanek and John Uinty,
appeal by plaintiff; Mary Heisel vs.
Henry Woltmann, assumpsit; South
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atuiioe mgnway commissioners vs.
J. G. Heck, appeal by plaintiff.
Friday E mer L. Montgomery vs.
(rus J. Stengel, assumpsit: John
Buryanek vs. F. H. Caldwell, et al,
deb:; John A. Hall vs. Moline Plow
company, case; Aura Booth vs. Ar
thur Barrall, assumpsit; Mrs. E. A,
Bonham vs. Joseph and Catherine
Bay Us. replevin; Elizabeth Bonham
vs. Joseph and Catherine Baylis, ap
peal uy ueienuant; Uuniel Drost vs.
Martin Kelley, appeal by plaintiff:
Judith Melgren vs. Rock Island Plow
The grand jury is expected to re
port Monday afternoon.
In order to give everyone an op
portunity to see the grand crops in
the western states and enable the in
tending settler to secure a home, the
Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul rail
way has arranged to run a series of
harvest excursions to South and
North Dakota, and to other states in
the west, northwest and southwest
on the following dates: July 21,
Aug. 4 and 18. Sept. 1, 15 and 29
and Oct. 6 and 20, at the low rate of
two dollars more than one fare for
the round trip. Ticket will be good
for return any Tuesday or Friday
within 21 days from date of sale.
For rates, time of trains and further
details apply to any ticket agent of
the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
William B. Graves to Clara M.
Graves, part lots 0 and 7. block 14,
old town of Rock Island, f 1.
Richard Marsh to James Donahue,
tract by metes and bounds, swj 25
10, 4W, fixu.
Clara M. Grave and Wil.iam B.
Grave to William H. Ludewig. n 105
feet lot o. block la, bpencer & Case s
add.. Rock Island, $2,234.08.
Baektaa Aralea Baiv.
The beat ! In tha world for
cut, braises, tore, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hand, chilblain, corn and ail skin
eruption, and positively cure
pile or no pay required. It I guar
anteed, to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded, rnoe w oenta per
box. For sale try Harts Ullemeyer.
A Honsebold Necessity.
No family should be without Fo.
ley's Colic Cure for all bowel com-
plaints. Sold by M. r. Bahnsen.
Tex Asou. only 10c a week.
Caa. BLcsa, Manager.
Cue Slg'.t Only.
Sunday Evening, Sept. 13.
TBS aixo bm or COS IX T,
MURRAY & MURPHI'S Comedians
Supporting Mark Murphy In
Accompanied by the
Dixie Pickaninny Band.
Watch for Kooa-day Panda 6atoKUy.
Pricaa-ascSOoand Tic. IwrnalaUiNal!
at Blaaer's '.walr store.
"There are fads in medicine a well aa
in other things," said a 'busy druggist,
" but the most remarkable thing about
Hood's Sarsaperilla is that customers who
try other remedies all come back to
Hood's, and this is why the enormous
ales of this medicine keep up while others
and in a short time go out of sight en
tirely, to be heard from no more."
"Why is it?" "O, simply because
Hood's Saraaparilla has more real curative
merit than any medicine I ever sold."
- This is of daily occurrence in almost
every drug store. Hood's Saraaparilla is
the standard remedy which ha cured
more sickness, relieved more distress and
made more happiness by bringing people
health than any other medicine. Its
wonderful cures of the worst cases of
scrofula, running sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
etc.;. of dyspepsia and other troubles
where a first class tonic and aid to diges
tion was needed; of catarrh, rheumatism,
malaria and other troubles arising from
or promoted by impure blood, have made
the standard the One True Blood Purifier.
a. a-.., are the only pills to take
rlOOU S HlllS wiUiUood sSarsaiarUla.
HTlVrpn A i-nnn i l-t t . i t t.. 1 1 1 r
n- - - - ..1.1. i .- iti. i. 1 ilivii
cook at TI4 Twentieth street.
WANTED A REIJAHLECIRLFOK ISEN
eral housework, tiood wages. Appb
at 1010 Second avenue.
WANTED PLAIN SEWING AT 15IS
VitiFh 'i . n.i.... ..t. '. 1 a
WANTED MEN WHO WILL WORK FOR
n a month salary or large commission
selling staple (roods by sample to dealers. Ex
perience unnecessary. Write us. Household
opcuuui; oumpany, a w. f'ourtu street, Cln
TV who wLsh to correspond for pleasure, or
With a View to mHtmmmi, r.i iAin ,kA
Ohio Corresponding Bureau. Salem. Ohio.
. . . - , v---u - nnuiy ior uewnpuve circular.
Address W. E. Beck, lock box 7, Salem, Ohio.
u kinds who can furni-sb references to
V"" want column, t; alls are re
ceived at thin .W .1 n . .1 . .
. "."t-w ii.iij im uiiuicntii a, rill,,
who can come well recommended. Try this
anuauun aau u you are reuabie
Vfln III BB)t. aWftaa
TjWR RENT A PLKASANT OFFICE ROOM
ui us bane Duuamg on Second avenue
XKR RENT -THE PEARSON RESTAt R-
w ,J,nt on Flfln "-venue. Apply to William
TfOR RENT fi-R( K)M HOfSE. fl9 SEV
e?thaveniie. Apply to tieorge F. Koth,
TflOH RENT A GOOD HOUSE AT 110;
-a. also a second story, nice, large, airy
rooms, at 7at 1011 Third avenue.
TjlOR RENT-A FINE. LARGE. I J ROOM
J- bnek house in South Rock Island. Gas.
bath, water and good barn, two acres of
ffrimnd Tu-n 1 -. . . . .
........... . .. .. ...,., ..yjmim succi cars, inquire
of Gordon & Bowman.
17H3R SALE TOMmV iTrnv uri,-
J- and desk. Imjuire George F. Koth, 1110
T,V)R SALE FARM ON EASY TERMS- INI
-- acres of well improved land situated
t ao-nnd-a-half miles southeast of Andalusia.
J or f urt her particulars inquire of Albert Ho
ler, Andalusia. 111.
ill East Seventh
and business medium,
TNISEASES of Eye, Ear,
Noe, Throat, Lungs,
Stomach, Skin and Blood.
Rupture cured without use
BOOMS 36 and 37, McManus
Building, corner Second
and Main street, Davenport.
t a. m. to 13 m. and J to 6
p. m. ETenlngs, Wednes
day and Saturday, 7 to 8 p.
m. 8unday, 3 to I p. m.
Ladies who value
'to value I
saat aas Ponowt's I
aaastt aad beautiful I
a ramou conpwnoa
Pownaa. It arodaossi
THE BUSIEST STORE.
Wind and Sails.
Win! swells, the ship sails.
Has wind anything to do with
swelling other &alet? We suspect
it has more to do than anything
elee with some sales. Our sales
have been a steady increase fro n
, the time we threw open our doors
to the public, which shows that
what e say ta the readers is not
merely win.1, but genuine facts.
This week we would kindly draw
your attention to the special sales
in our various department.
Dress G ods. Cloak-,
Come and inspect. Visitors and
purchasers equally welcome.
Dress Goods Dept.
Colored NovelticsXowhere else
m the tri-cities to be found
but here. Fancy English
silk mixed suitings, in ported
Serge (all colors), plain all
wool suititgs, fancy checks,
boncle checks with silk mixed
piaids, all 25c
Colored Novelties Fancy block
checks, in correct colorings,
such as red and black, green
and black, blue and black, red
and black, all 44a
46 inch French serges (all col
ore), have been ready sellers
at oOc: new arrivals all go in
this week, your choice 39c
Black novel tie?, consisting of
Ecroyds and other well
known brands such as Priest
leys and Gold Medal, etc., at
per yard 15c
A vis t to our cloak department
will convince you that our stock is
correct both as to style and price.
One lot of ladies' black diagon
al jackets, velvet colar, coat
back, price 3 75
S:z38, 32 to 41.
One lot lidies1 plush capes, full
sweep, French seal trimmed
collar and down the front,
One lot of ladies1 black beaver
capes (double), braid trimmed,
French seal on the collar and
down the front 4.i0
An unusual bargain stir in our
granite iron ware this week. Many
of our patrons have been waiting for
our announced clearing Bale in
granite iron ware. Here you have it
at less than half Drice. Come tt
them away. The lowest prices ever
Lot 1 consists of hundreds of
granite iron ware articles that
Fell up as high as 50 which
have become damaged, but
are just as good as first qual
ity for use. We have decided
to clean them out quick to
make a grand sweep of the
entire lot at 15c each. Basins,
pie pans, tea pots, coffee
pots, kettles, milk pans,
and many other articles. The
brst to come the first to pick
np the biggest snaps. No
duplicate at this price 15c
Lot 2, same a above, only
larger and better pieces, at 28c
Lot 3 at 50c articles worth up
to $1 50. ' Take your pick
from this lot at soc
Sale commences Monday at 9 a. m.
Fruit cans, fruit cans, fruit cans.
Yes, we have ftiem now; pints,
quart nd half gallons Mason's
best. Owing to the large fruit crop
and the very low prices that we have
made on fruit cans, the trade we
have had has been far beyond our
expectations. We have not been able
to fill our orders, but a new car lot
has been received just in time and
we are now in shape to fill all order
Remember that for the rest of the
week and of the season we wilt sell
all kinds of fruit cans at wholesale
Ask to see the new golden gate
dinnerware in plain white and deco
rated. Cups a thin a China at one
T0DN6 & UcCOIIBS
172ft SECOND ATE.
HAVE YOU HEARD
Honest Value for
WILSOH MOLDTE BUGGY CO.
Have attained their eelobrity solely
publioly exhibited in competition
TIIK HIGUKST AWAKlt
At the International Exhibition at Crystal Palace. N. T.. In 1853.
ow 100 pianos on exhibition First Priae to the Schumacher I'iano.
At the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia in 1845, 1868, and airain
At the Ameriean institute In New Tork in 1858.
At the Maryland Institute in Baltimore in 1848.
At the International Exhibition In Philadelphia in 1876.
The Schomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards
OLD COBTTUTCOCBLT FOB 28 IKASS AT
Wallace's Music Store iffiSmr
For a Cloth Covered Fedom.
Better ones at 6cT3e?ti 17
v.,r. i;.ki .
en. ; , : " trimmed wool
riMf felt Sailfir h. .
vjz, et.12 aid $1.85.
70 rw. 00' fe,t Fedora, trim-
f JU wun ribbon. Batter
ones at (sac, $1.13 and tl.35. j lx 900
20 dozen Shirt Waists, formerly sold at il and 11.25.
all go at 60c.
15 dozen Shirt Waists, formerly soil at fl.SO. 11.75. ft
nnd 2.25. all go for 75c.
Ladies' Figured Brilliantine Shirts, Velvet Bonnd, face!
around bottom with Canvas Buttling Lining for f 2. Better
one at 13.25, fl.50, 16.50 and f 7.50.
114 West Second Street,
1 . 1
About the swell Fall Suitings
that DORN has just received.
He carries the famous Cooper
and Addlngton lines of En
glish goods, and has also an
array of fancy Scotch patterns
that are beauties. Covert
cloth for fall overcoats, and some
new things for heavier coats. His
prices are moderate and he guar
BICYCLES! - -
Wilson Roadster $65
Wilson Special $50
Electro-Gold String Pianos
on account of Merit. Wherever
they have invariably received
In Ladles' Cloth and Felt Fe
doras and Sailors. Quality Con
sidered, Our Prices are Lowest.
Specials for This Week:
1 Children's Silk I !l at 2W, Sir,
'X . ...
j. . , mi
f.T novelties in iaa.es bums
chil.iren's Bicycle Caps at Jr, S5e,