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ARttUB MONDA , 8EPTEMBEK 2 . 1896.
IWt.hH Dallr a4 WMf at MM rVantd
Arrr.na, Rock Nland, III. I Entered a U aosv-
ofr.t MMCMd-'M4 Batter.
J. W. PoTTFB
TIRMS Dally, 19 eeats par WMt Weekly,
tj.no af utnai In advance II. SO.
All comnanicatiotit of critical or arfomeata-
tlra character, political or rtlUrloas, mart have
ral am attached for publication. Mo tneh
article will be priatcd over Bctltloaa rignatares.
romtpoadeaco Mlclted from avery townttaip
lo Roe llaud county.
Moiun, Hr.rttMKtK 21. 1S96.
WILLIAM JF.NNINfid BRYAN,
Fe Vlra Fre.li1.nt,
Vnrtrwr Jons P. Altcci
l.i.ut. (iovcrnor MoHHok C. CmwpiHD
H.TretrT f mate Kims E. liWln
Tr irrr H C. H
A'.H'Urt lisnwral c;.f. A. Tartx
t nlversitr Tiwtreo -Mas. Jci.l Ilul.m
tWITH. K. I". MiRi.n.N. W. .MAHM.
I.Mrrwnt:llll! Hd lli-t . . . Wll.l.IAK McKSIRV
M..ii.h if li,rMi Ten'h lrttriet . ...
WILLIAM K. MOORE
Const r Tk-aet.
C:rk 1)1 tte Court
htte Attorney CnARI.n HcroKU
Coronrr tm iiicom;b E. Mcrrtmah
Surveyor A. K. JohnsoS
honses in Chicago, which are rented.
and in not a single instance aoes me
lease provide that the rens a.i uc
paid in paid. The governor is a
stockholder in a company which
owns the Unity oilice building, ne
bat nothing at all to ao wnu renuns
this building and gives the matter
no attention whatever, but the com-
nn has to pay fl,C00 a year
around rent in gold ana besides
has to PV -'.uuo a year in
terest on hnnds in gold. In other
words, the Unity company is in the
clutches of the gold people and is
obliged to comply with their de
mands and dictates, and before the
Unity company was able to tell its
bonds it was obliged to agree that
everything should be paid in gold
Insofar as the governor has any in
terest in this company he stands in
tn same position as the other peo
ple, who are at the mercy of the gold
standard influences, which are de
stroying the country.
WHEN POLLY TAKES THE AiR.
A little vr-ker basket rolls
Along tr e TJaVfioi iit wail:.
And at tow Biht the torxg and old
ft-pin lungh and talk
Aa-1 sr fair U.-m.Li and kisse throw
And err: ''Look heri!" er lliere!"
Thin mt it comes!" And ail because
bweet 'Polly takes the air.
The newsboys run and shor.t v.ith glct
And fc How on behind.
The coac aman and th footman gaze
As if 6 jty hd a mind
To do tbo Faruu. Tm1 tiocu old priest
bt.'incis still with sulrmn fctaro
As down tho hhaily avennv
Sweel'Pully takes the air.
a . -i
And all the while sweet Polly sits
In til ditty gown aou bat
And mik on one she loves the best
Hr prr-tty Tualtene cat
And Baft ,y coos, when pussy purs,
Withot ,t a thoupht or care
How all the town turns upside down
Wlito Pollv takes t!ie nr.
-Zitelki Cccke's "A Doric Eced."
"nVR RENT -A FrRXISKKD ROOM WITH
A, hem. fras and privjie-'ea of l;ata. Inquire
ai tnis omce.
ANTED HOrSEKF.F.PER. RKLJ A RLE
vv and competent, to take entire charge,
fall eveninirs, Ufi TUirteemh street.
7AXTED MEN TO LEARN BARBER
trade: onlv eiifht weeks required: new
opportunity: situations secured irraduate:
nd for catalogue. Moler's Barber Svhuol.
is: South (JUik street. ChivaKO.
Young t Quality
mp upland Price
VITAXTED MEX WHO WILL WORK FOR
I V r t71 a month salarr or larve compiUtfiion
I selling staple goods by sample to dealers. Kx-
I penentve unnecesaarr. v rite us. notutenora
Specialty company, 77 W. Fourth street, Cia-
tTTANTED-LADIES AXD GEXTLEMEX
V who wish to correspond for pleasure, or
with a view to matromony to join the luistern
I Ohio Correspondinur Uureau. Salem, Ohio.
!?eoa two cent stamp Tor uescnmive circular.
Address W. E. Beck, lock box V7, Salem. Ohio.
To the alilcrnien: Stand by
city by itaniling by the levee.
Tiir. rrptiMicariR have established
tht r.tnk of dri!I master" in their
rltib this yrar. The incumbent is
not neeessnril v expected to confine
liiiusclf to bl rlub duties, however.
I.i Kt r. I iiaul F. Norton U.S. N.,
wiio nieil iu i'bicngii. was buried at
rreiport yesterday with military
end naval honnrs. lie was 4'J years
f ai'! and had a career of ZJ years in
A neoaiolseenee of Cardinal Manning;,
One peculiarity ho had. Many was
the tiiinr iu ubich togother vre had to
wnte srime letter, draw up some mem'
nrundnm, decide iu writing what we
linuld da Almost invariably, if the
mutter apjieared of importance, he would
prefer that, instead of endeavoring one
writing, both discussing to arrive at
wliut lie wu)itod to say, we shonhl, after
talking it over, each retire to our corner
he usually to Ins den, 1 iu the larger
room and each then aud there write
his draft. This done, the two papers
wereitmipared, and a give and take proc
ess netting in tin: Iinal result would
Is- a ort of conglomeration of the two.
lie wrote a beautiful, line, nuiull, (lis
To mo he had a sort of iX'rsonal mag
netism, u personal magiieti.sui that I
have, only myself experienced with ref
erence to one other man Paruell.
Cardinal Vuuglnm's just aud generous
tribute to hist illustrious predecessor
may fitly end these, reminiscences. "Of
all thu men I have known none ever ap
pcanti to me so completely ubsorbed in
th" ideaof aiming at what was highest,
noblest and purest. It was a sustained
veaming after thu true and the good,
and this without effort, because it had
grown to 1st the bent and tendency of
his Uls." tortuightly Review.
'fur. nthuWsm which preceded
and found vent in the ILig raising
aturday night waa not paid for nor
wa it uoile' any undue influence. It
was the manifestation of earnestness
Tlir. Chicago Times. Herald of to
d tv haa thrav kiguilicanc head line:
'Siif for Souul Cash: McKinley will
Carry Michigan. lianna has evi
letitly been at work there, but tbi
exposure is hardly complimentary to
i he state.
1 nr. iJiuim t Herald which until a
week ago was supporting the denr
cratic candidates enthusiastically
now soberly announce that llrynn
uiii't withdraw. It Is to be hoped
that this decimation will be kept
vtn.i.iAM JIi'r.MUt enjoys won
derful pupularity among toe masses
S'icli as composcil Sattmlay night's
itng raising meeting. The ovation
which was tendered him was in the
highest sense complimentary and
Itaried by Torchlight.
Allerton hall was upward of four
centuries the property and residence ot
the Kiteliiiigniau family. It was the
largest mid most ancient mansion in
Chapeltown, consisting of ubout 00
rsms, with gardens and pleasure
grot:i:ds. 1 lie Kiteliiiigman family for
upward of 400 years were carried from
tins hall by torchlight to be interred iu
th" choir of St. Peter'schurch iu .Leeds.
At tile interment of any of the family
the great chandelier, consisting of 30
branches, was always lighted. Iu the
y ar I,Ii 37r. Kobert Kitclnngmauuied
Alav 7, aged 100 years.
llo ordered his Wiy to be buried with
t"Tch!i!iits at chapel Allei tou. He was
interred on May 10, when 100 torches
were carried. The rooni where thu liody
was laid was hung with black, and a
velvet pall, with escutcheons, was born
by the chief gentry. The pallbearers hail
all scan, Discuits aim sack; mo wnoie
company had gloves. Fifty pounds were
given among the poor in thu chapel yard
on the day of his interment. Mary, his
wife, died July SH. 1 1 10, aged U7 years.
Mie was interred precisely in the same
way. Annals of lnrkshire.
Frt nch aa the Editor Knew It.
The o litor sat in las snug office rnr-
rouuded by all the conveniences and
comforti : lliat hecig" editorial state. As
he chat ted with a visitor his pen idly
traced ll 10 words "punts de suede" with
great fi misty, and his face wore the
most but tilie expression.
I di in't know you knew French
said the visitor.
Weil . I know those throe words
mighty v .ell. 1 was once ii proofreader
ou The J toriiintf Bn sze. as vou know
Bramble Bros, suit in their Sunday
ads. ami 'inuring an immense sale of
pants de suede. ' Unfortunately an itn
perfection in the paper turued a dash
over the into an i. and the compositor
didn't lo a thing but set up in ilaiuint;
type, "ftufl .tli paars if pants de suide
As pro ti euder 1 failed to catch the
Franco- Am t-i iean joke, and my career
tremble.V 111 no lialauee. Lnicao
Nolea Matter of. Arilliinetic.
I bear vtiu're verv V(mh :it oritlnn. I 1R SALh
. T. . , IT. . . I stand.
tic, uouoy.i saiu me visitor pleasantly.
'tfure," ' returned Bobby, without
looking up from his play.
'Well, it 1 1 should tell you when yotir
papa and yt nil miimnia were born, could
you tell mef how old they are.'" akcd
'I coiildl tell you how old pap is,'
answered the boy.
"And W)t:iow old your mother is?"
The boy sia ok his head.
"Arithmetic hasn't anything to do
with t:iat, " he. said. Chicago Post
AXTEn-SALESMEX: XO XKEO HE
Inn out of work when you can make
from l' in Hi a week canvasMnir "or our liuc
of staple household and holiday i:ood. You
do not need a dollar to start. Send for terms.
liive street address, (lately (-O.. -1 La-
feaiie street, Chicago.
XT'OR REXT A PLEASANT OFFICE ROOM
-L in the Carse buildinx on Second avenue
TTIOR REXT A GOOD HOUSE AT 110:
X1 also a second story, nice, large, airy
rooms, at 17 at 1011 Third avenue.
TOIl R5-XT-A FIXE. LARGE, M-KOOM
A. hnck bouse in South TCock Iland. Ga:
ilh. water and ood burn, two acres of
jrround. Two blocks from stres
of Uordon & Howman.
: cars. Inquire
"LTIOR RENT TT'RXKR HA I
X ready for occwiiancv Xov.
lior-s from nrosnective renters will be received
by John Hanseliildt. president if the Turner
societ. until Oct. ,-. or luu mioru.aiion ap
ply to him.
PEAXl'T AXD IW
ehean if taken at once.
Hawk's Watch Tower.
FOR SALE A HAR'IF.ROrTFIT. INI'LIT
inz 1 wo chair.. liaibireofC. S. I'nrker.
,'S Seventcenih street.
A DIES. 1 MAKE libi WAUKS AT liOMK
i and want all lo have the same otiortu
ntly. i lie won is very incaaul anil w ill eav
ly pay ls weekly. Tlu is no drccplion
want no money and will i;laulv send lull par
ticulars to all seiHtiu' stamp. Miss M. A. te
bins. Lawrence. Mich.
A .lav otj Mixed l'rnits.
Ve ry go:xl juncruu iw'imidc by rnixil!
fruits, as raspm-rries and red currant;
ra st is 'fries uuti . ioowln-rries. mid so on.
Eirlwr apples oiigixisebeiriesmix nicely
with almost all rher fruits. The liest
way to use tiicm is to m::ke ineni mto
jrliy, and add a. "proportion of (his jelly
to the other fruit .vhile boiUn. Pitts
Speedy "Recovery Snre.
He I uiidcT stand yi have horn at
tending an a'cbuhinco class. Can yon
tell me w'r.ir is the best thin to do for
a broken bei'Jl?
She )li, yes. Kind up t'?e broken
portion with a, gold band, Liiihe with
omngu blossom water and apply jilenty
of rawTice. ( ruarantisd to ls well ill a
Uiontlij Uoston Traveller.
lli'V, Al. r).li sMke at Central
music hall Chicago Saturd.tr night
on the issue cf the campaign, and
llie attendance was ao great that
three outaide overflow meetings weie
held. As (l v. Altgeld said himself.
the people are with ua this year. '
l.i.rnn alderman of tbo present
council who upholds tr.o rctrogrea
aivc policy of the mayor as to tie
river front. ay again be is I r
bringing thu railroads to time,'' f. r
the only way to advance to an at
jusitueut of the river front situation
is to send the pending orJinan' c
ahead and git the railioads a
In Uock I
Kaox is the lirat maycr
land's latter dav historv
ha i ought to block public ini-
rrovmenl. I n citt bas not since Kock
sltnd bean its f rward movement
hit a council to adhere to such a
cuirservrn if it had a chance. The
p-esent Kock Island council will not,
TllK Ari.i s is satisfied, be the lirlt
etablih thit record.
Iln -Misiivi tbo slate-wide inter
est la. and importance cl, tbe semi-
centennial celebration, to be held
m Huilinton. Oft. the Western
r.isaenger assH"iation bas ordered a
spu ial rite of one fire for tie rund
trip This shotiM lie inducement
,;h to snd crowd nl pee pie
fr mi this locality. The pHning it ay
will I governor's day. when ttov
rrn. t l'rakr and stsiT, aMrndad by i
hitlilion of th national uard. will
be a f:titr el hr parade, which will
in. hole al.o a prs't maiton by Boat
ef the. matrrml ptugres of the state
since the day its virgin foiesta and
waving prvrica were won from the
savage. All tbe living evjjovernors
i iowb win ne present, as alo tas
chief everutivea of surrounding
states. At eight there will be
wonderful river carnival.
Tlwwllillil I WW! nff Alta-I4.
The tepiiblican nianagi rs have diS'
t libit ted numerous document pur
porting to be forms of lease by
which they seek to support the
.barge that tj'iv. Aitclil exacts
rmiuent in gold from bu tenant
The charge so tar as it relate to tbe
governor individually is not true,
Th IMna California Care Pierce.
One of tho most curious as well us
most valuable ol American rings was
presented to President I'icrce in 1S"2
by the citiwns of California. It is of
in.iv.ive gold, weighing upwanl of a
Miiiud. Tho circular jsirtion is cut into
squares, which aro embellished with
beautifully executed designs, tho entire
group presenting a pictorial history of
California. The seal of theringisreally
a lid, which swings upon a hinge aud
is covered with lite arms of the state of
California, surmounted by the stars and
rtripes. I nderneatli is a square box di-
vidisl by bars of gold into nine separate
compartments, each containing a pure
Mxviincu of the varieties of ore found
iu the country. On tho inside is the fol
1( ivt i ng inscript ion : Presented to Frauk-
tin Picnv, the fourteenth president of
the United States." Sau Francisco
Worse und Worse.
Mrs. Jirown I luivo been so annoyed
at my husband. Ho has been at the club
every niiht for a week.
Jlrs. Jones W hy, so lias my
band, anil he said he hadn't seen
thing of vour husband for a week
OSE SOLID WEEK COMMENCING
Monday Evening, Sept. 21
The Wilson Theatre Company
supporting the leading
MISS ANNA E. DAVIS,
and a ttporb ca.t. ( ptt-
lug b 11,
Each lady accompanied by
a paid SOc ticket will be ad"
mitted free Monday night.
Prices 10, 20 and 20c.
Are two of the most important points
to consider in buying an thing. We
make them our f peclahy in
Quality the best in color, design and
finish. Price as low as good goods
can be sold.
See our stock and prices that's cur
Thi 1-i'est periodical i and currt-at
literature of aM kinds
Toor llor Won't Live Month.
So Mr. Oilman Brown, of 31 Mill
street, South Gardner, Mass., war
told bv the doctors. His son had
lung trouble, following typhoid ma
laria, and he spent fiift with doc
tors, mho finally gave him up, sav
ing: "lour boy won't live a
month." He tried Dr. Kind's New
Discovery and a few bottles restored
Lira to health and enabled him to gc
to work perfectly well man. He
stys he owes his present good health
lumeuseni ir. Kings Sew Dis
covery, and knows it to lm the best
in the world for lung trouble. Trial
Imtilca fre at Hartx & L'llriuever'
Nomh's Cla'.m to Wisdom.
Teacher Who was the wisest man?
"Ves'iu. Ho was the onlv man vvvio
knew enough tmeoiiio in when it raiu-
ccL " Indianamlis .Tournal.
Tor Over Fifty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrop has
been used for children teething, it
soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays nil pain, cures wind colic, and
is tbe best remedy lor diarrhoea.
Tnntv-five cents a bnttle.
Tired Feeling is exceedingly common p.nd
dangerously significant. It is a w arning
which must be heeded, or, es with the
express which fails to regard the danger
signal, disaster must follow. It is a sure
indication of thin, weak, impure blood.
It is certain admonition that the blood i:
not properly feeding the nerves, tissues
and organs of the body. Weak, nervous,
JISEASES of Eye, Ear,
Nose, Throat, Langs,
Stomach, Skin and Blood.
Rupture cured without use
BOOMS 36 and 37, McManas
Building, corner Second
and Main streets, Davenport.
9 a. m. to 12 m. and 3 to ft
p. m. Evenings, Wednes
days and Saturdays, 7 to 8 p.
m. 8nndays, 2 to 3 p. m.
I Talophone G40,
Early Fall Vov-
In Dress Goods, Capes Jarkcts,
Furs, F.ather Itoas, and all the
latest tilings are now shown in full
force. They are the handsomest
seen in years. Nothing in style or
price in Huolc Island to compare
with them. Just to illustrate, a
'aily who has never visited our
store before went to one of our
competitors and looked at their
entire line of dress goods until, to
use her own. words she was
ashamed to have the genttdiini
clerk sli;iw her any inure. She
left with out r.urchaMns:, aud
came to our store, and inside of 111
mimitts made a purcha.-e of a
lieautiful drtss pattern, which she
lot hours trj iug to find in another
store. Spf't casli, small piofits and
up-to-date slocic is what makes us
the bnskst stote. AVe show over
250 new MyU s of Ca '.es and Jack
ets, al! new, lan e cairied over, in
Cloaks. Jackets and Furs
Misse-,1 Jackets and loaw Cloaks
with capes. $'2 50 und up.
Best values ever shown $2.i0
Laidies' biank Beaver capes
(double) tailor braid trimmtd.
all sizes 4 -1
Plush cape. ti(i inches long. 100
inch sweep, full tibbit trim
med on collar and down the
front . 4 8S
Flush cape, 24 inch lonjr, 125
inch sweep, full tibbit trim
med on collar and down tbe
front; appiicael with silk
frutach braid and jot, beauti
ful scroll designs all sizes.. . 9 9S
Black Boucle Jackets, nothing
ever diown like them for less
than f 10, this week 7.00
R. CRAMPTON & CO.
1723 SECOND AVEXUE.
men and women are found everywhere.
Men strive too hard to keep their bust
ness up," women work too much " on t heir
nerves,"' all have too little sleep, there
is excessive drain on strength and nervous
enerpy, and ell complain of that t!red
"1 Galwil,aLK, Affurtl.Mi
of the membrane of the now, throat,
etc . is a fart entablished It physi
cians, and this authority sbouM car
ry more wcicht than assertions of
incompetent parties, who claim that
catarrh i a blood affection, in order
to make a market for their com
pound. Ely's Cream Balm is a local
remedy, composed of harmless medl
cants and free of mercury or any in
jurious dru?. It will cure catarrh.
Applies directly to the io tinned
membrane, it restores it to it'
healthy eondition. affarding quick
r lief and a cure after short continuance.
H owns about a dcin dwelling J ney Cu,e
at r. pannsca s drujr store,
watVrjlMUS cms f r U ktdnty cent'
plaints, nervoas i-.(batiion anl ft'
male weakness. It is Font's Kid
BILLY CATTON S
Feell 3 OH White Seal saloon
By purifying and vitalizing the blood, Second Aw,.,-.
T 1 ; 1 1 fnrniahM ohnnilant I v.t,v
nwiu I r-rrii um ........ . .. -
supply of nourishment for every nerve,
organ and tissue of the body. This fresh
supply of nerve strength overcomes ner
vousness; the new vigor in tne blood soon
banishes that tired feeling; the tone
given tbe stomach creates an appetite.
cures indirestion ana dyspepsia, isite
The best in fact tbe One True Blood Purifier.
IlOOa S FlllS puis, aid disestwu. sc.
:um mm awosx. . m .
In masnia Saar twt(mi - . :
,Swr IW Ladk,' SfZJZl
Beats for K.di and Oiml oriw. L.i.
LlarMTO,rfrf .; it nm B.nd
Hauc 4 liutraet'Bi for Amatcarftaad
r . S.Va9 SI K ALT.
r. Ssaat tt. aat Waaa ira CMa,BL
lOOi & flcCOIlBS
Wilson Roadster $65
Wilson Special $50
Honest Value for Your Money.
WILSON MOLUTE BUGGY CO.
Electro-Gold String Pianos
Have attained their celebrity solely on accouut of Merit, tt'errever
publicly exhibited in competition they bv invariably n-eied
' Dress Goods.
liy lar tne best selected stock in
the tri-cities and at popular cash
prices so (-ays the trade and we can
not help believe the above the way
the new goods arc mltin before
This week we put on our dress
goods counters one lot ot
tu tiled Brouehe, double fold
dress fabrics, others ask Hj,
46 inch di8jjonal3 mohair figures
(blacks onlv) a lucky pur
chase, worth x-ic, sale 69c
45 inch storm Serges, black and
navv. per yard 'Joe
Black brocade Si'ks, elegant
patterns, should 1.25 per
yard, this week 75c
Biack Coney Cape, 30 by 121
full collar, this week , (ill
()inir to the increase of business!
in this department we have !. u
obliged to enlarge the puee devot-d
to this line ot ineri hindie. and h- ve, I
been niakme; la-ge. improvements all
alon!? h line- Kt the past week
the painter, plumbers and carjiee-
ters have hail i-.vcryining turned r.p
side down, but thanks t j the afore
said painters, plumbers and carpen
ters, wc have now ore ef tbe
finest C'roekcrv lVpartment we.t id
Chicago. New goods are being re
ceived daily and the prices that we
are making are as attractive as the
goods themselves. We have juet
opened a cae of COO fancy China
iilates in three assortment that we
will place on sale at once at In.; ea -h.
worth double the money. Wc have
many just such bargains, but
have not the time to speaks cf th-ia
now. Flower pots in all sizes from
Tin: iiiani aw m
At the International Kxhibitioa at Crmial I'almv.. N. V.. to IH6
over 100 pianos on exhibition First I'riae to tbe Scbonia."t.er 1'iano.
At the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia in 1HI5, l'iH. snd agaia
At tbe American institute in New York in 1K.S.
At the Maryland Institute in Baltimore in IMS.
At the International Exhibition in I'hiladelphia in 187S.
The Sciiomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards
OLD COBTIItUOCBLf TOM 2H I CARS AT
Wallace's Music Store jfiffiion
NEW FALL STYLES
In Ladies' Cloth anJ Ftlt Fe
doras and Sailors. Oaality Con
sldercd, Our Prices arc Lowest
Specials for This Wc:k:
For a Cloth Covi red Ft . .
lMter orie al .'c :!, 1 1. 1 7, J
and SI.:;. X
F'ra l: bhou 1r joined wimiI J
toll dor lit. lietti tones at .
fc'". il.U and H.:;.k V
y q For a wool fell Fedora, trim- f
Q(2 nml with ribbon. iVUr ;
ones at VJc, $1.12 aud Cl i. t
V.ic, T.'eand SI. I V.
Novelties In lad tt' mi.aV aud
cbiluvu"s Bicjcle Ci'l 12.,ic,
lie, '.Uc and .
'.'0 dozen Shirt Waists, formerly sold at 11 and 1.25,
all go at 60c.
Ih dozen Shirt Waists, formerly- nil at tl .'.0. f 1.75. ft
and t'l.VU. all go for V.c.
LadieV Figured Brillmntlne Shirt', 'Velvet Biotid. faei I
around bottom witbf'antas Hustling L'tiog for $2. Belte
ones at 13.25, 1.50, fO.iO and 17.50.
1725 Second Ave.
X DLL tJ niVL I
fit Wwtjwiii f treat. .... UAVLMFOHT.