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THE AB6U6, SATURDAY, OOTOBEI, 31, 189G.
Has proved in thousands of cases and for many years to be the
peerless remedy for this dreaded disease. It relieves promptly
and works a permanent cure.
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ptilOAOO, boos ULiro PAOIPU
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go t 1:64 4 . m. Monday.
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Gon. Tlckak Acn.
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tie most fatal of all
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m I J A. a
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Is the most dangerous of all kidney
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Dr. J. II. HeLcsn's
KeprasnntltiR amon o4 hr Um
tried and Wfll knofm Fire lusar
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MUaankee Mechanlca lllwanfera. Wit
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Hoar pitronage la tolle d.
A Woman's Youth.
Health and Happinoss too oftc
vanish with girlhood,
When dries the blipht cotrr? To ofte
.vhen the boon of motherhood should c.
1:1 nc lift-'n hnmiincs. "When baby cam
u it lth tlepartet." is many a woman'n expet
ft'ee. Hut thoasnnds who have iM-UcTtd iho
ilic v-Kor, cnerRy and joy of henHta were gon
orcver, have been rejoiced ns this one. 'Per
11; teen rears I v.
been afflicted viti
ation and enlarge
ment of the ntcrns
have foiled to re
lieve. Last May a
specialist said I va
a total wreck-no
help forme. I learn
ed of Wild Olive and
Myrtle Tonic. Two
ro mr.' MRS. T.J.
eva, X. Y. This i
but one of the thou
sands that have
been cttred by these remedies. Wild Olive is
a local treatment. It will alone enre a ma
ioHtyof these eases. Mvrtle Tonic rapidly
imlds un the irrtirrnl health and strencthens
the ncrvotts sTstem. These eombmatifm rem-
cilics are the most common-sense treatment
made. Cures are quicker than by any other
method and permanent. Fhvsicians treat
ment is cxpensiTe, disagreeable, usually tnef
tx'tunl. Cure voarsclf qtitvklv at home. Tht
r:elics arc$1. caclx. Samples and a hclptul
rrsti-ic. FREE. VICTOR ME11CA1
SSOCIATlLtN, South licnd, Indiasa.
MP. M. at
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We are showingour
Usual line cf fine
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ipn ! iup, ti.asi.1.1. mi viiia-r. rB n rrTMd ii
Ui tttt DorkpL Rr m&il AlJM Mr Daw-k
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CALUMET KEDldfit C&. CHICAGO. ILL
Pt aala try auisaaa a Tmk-t sad jaana at
, lawasjei, uiaras.
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PROOUCCS I w .NafTS r Jf
THE ABOVE RESULTS Jawti T.. KIKJ i
Chicago Record's Postal Card
Ballot Has Shown Uniform
Result from the First.
NONE FOR M'KINLEY.
Eleven So-Called Doubtful States and
the City of Chicago Tell
the Same Story.
Brywai Uaa Wra Mora Repablleas. Tatra
frosa MeKlalep Tbaa Ue Uaa Last
llraaocratie Votes to McKinlry and
ralaner Casabincd It Is No
rsaaibto ts Het Hlua foe
Chicago, Oct. 26. Spcclall Tha
Chicago Reoord'a postal card ballot
continues to give daily evidence that
Bryan will carry the so-called doubtful
states In the central west for president.
gome weeks aero The Record sent
out several hundred thousand postal
cards to the voters of Chicago and the
states of Kentucky, Minnesota, South
Dakota. North Dakota, Kansas, Wis-
consin, Michigan, Nebraska. Indiana.
Iow a and Missouri, and requested them
to express their choice for pesident.
stating also for whom they had voted
in 1S!2. and return the card to The
The returns are not large. But VSt,-
000 votes have been received from the
eleven states mentioned. Of this num
ber 88,000 are for McKinley and 39.000
for Bryan. The Bryan vote is larger
than McKlnley's In Kentucky and Mis
souri, but McKinley leads in the other
nine states. In Chicago the vote
stands: McKinley 66.000 and Bryan 14.
000. All this was expected. The Rec
ord is a goldbug newspaper and this
ballot was begun with the idea that it
would help the Republican cause. Re
publicans were urged to vote. On the
other hand, the Democratic leaders,
distrustful of The Record and Us
scheme, urged the friends of Bryan
and free silver, through every means
by which they could reach them, not to
Thus, under the circumstances, tho
mere number of votes cast signifies
nothing, especially when the total
number received is less than S per cent.
of the total vote of the states named,
and scarcely 15 per cent, of the city of
Chicago. The total signify only that.
with all their efforts, the Republicans
have been able to round up but S3. 000
votes in eleven disputed states and but
66.000 in the city of Chicago In favor of
their own scheme; while, in spite of
their efforts to prevent it. 39,000 Dem
ocrats have voted in the states and 14,
000 in Chicago.
But the Record's ballot has one.
though only one. significant feature.
Kach postal card received at The
Record, office tells not only how the
sender Intends to vote at the approach
ing election, but also how he voted
four years ago. Thus the percentage
of change is obtained, and this Is where
the Democrats come in.
An analysis shows that in every state
mentioned and in every ward of Chi
cago, without a singli exception, the
per cent, of Republican votes for Bry
an is much larger then the per cent,
of Democratic for McKinley. More
than that, it shows that Bryan is re
ceiving a larger per cent, of Republi
can votes than he will lose of Demo
cratic votes- to McKinley and Talmer
rcombined. If this were the result of
n analysis of the vote of one or two
wards of the city, or of one or two
states. It would have no special signifi
cance, but it is true of every ward and
of every states. A result thus obtained
must mean what it shows, and that Is
that In the so-called doubtful Ftates
of the central and west the drift is
strongly In favor of Bryan so strong
ly In fact that there can be no doubt
of his election. It is easy enough now
to estimate the majorities. The per
centage of gain and loss in each state.
as shown by the Record vote. Indicates
majorities for Bryan as follows:
Indiana . 63.143
KansaM . M.646
Kentucky 21 9S:
Minnesota 16. MS
South Dakota 7.341
North Dakota 5.9SS
Bince this showing of gain and loss
became the most prominent and onlv
significant feature of The Record'
ballot, the managers of the Republi
can campaign have lost all interest
in it. They have been hoist on their
The auladiea which short all others cava
oervoaaaaa, are dyspepiia, bilkuai trs sad
consttpai-oa. a as great ayropauctc nerre
which eooTKCta tba ep'a-a-trtc re foa with the
brain, la alwaya tnjarioaely aftcted if theS'.oav-
aca and soacl are disordered ; a permanent da
rn gemant of the functions af tbora orxan
roasts by sympa'hy apoo the entire senna. sS
tem. Boetetter's Stomach Rittera. in restoring
tone aad regularity to the dipwtive a-paraiae.
and OTercomina- caoatipati iD. Bemaacatry reaa-
eJytbe nervous complaint, whna orir, ea a ta
aliawntary weakness or c ittarb-nces. They re
the very best taeniae tht c- n be nrd. By
eradicaunz the exciting caa-caotnerr a
they orercome tba dieViiltty tt elf. Bat'
this ii not all. By cbaafclng the m.ladl a wbi -Jk
can aerToameas, they bui'd up aaew the ya
tena weakened sad depleted by nemos disease.
Sftawwv awp INa.
Many desperate rases of kidney
diseases pronounced insurable have
been cured by Foley's Kidney Cure.
Many physicians nse it. Sold by M.
Ta tTwra a Catd ta Oaa Day.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to care, 25 cents.
What Won .Mil i. .naarhi. la I
enre yon. Get Dr. Kay 'a BeaoTator.
JOTTINGS ABOUT JOSLIN.
Batten art Mlsi slfanan) latere Prwsa
thai Cpaw-fr End af tba Cowaty.
Joslin. , Oct. 28 Thoradar last
Charles Ward picked and cribbed 110
bnahela of corn.
F. J. Whiteside is baildlog another
new doable corn crio, wnicn id
C. C. Whiteside went to Chicago
and returned with a car
2-rear-t-ld steers. I
Friday evening last Messrs. II erst
and McEniry were entertained by
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hnbbsrt.
Finance Osborn, of Erie, was at
Josiin the other day end offered bis
MrTictrs gratis to oar people on the
political issues 01 the cay.
V bat our noaoctat system snail
be is a question that can no more be
left to the control of foreign powe
than can oar industrial system.
There was a republican rally tt
the A'delphia school houre Friday
evening last, which was addressed
by Jos. pn Haas, of kock l iana.
There win dc a repooncan rauy at
Joslin Friday evening nest, which
ill be addressed by William Jack
son, of Bock laisna.
Taere was quite a number from
this locality who attended tba Bryan
meeting at Koch Island Satardty
last, borne went in their on con
vex ances er,d some by train.
Thursday last r. K. Crompton.
Sr., called upon Uncle Sammy and
Mrs. Wainwright, who are just able
to get around. Mr. ain wright is
82 years of age and has not been
quite himself since his accident.
Mrs. wainwrignr. is es ana leeis the
infirmities of old age.
Lincoln said: '-ll a government
contracts a debt with a certain
amount ol money in circulation and
then contracts the money volume be
fore the debt is paid, it is the moul
htinous rrin e a nation can commit
against a people."
Uavid Ytatoey, testifying before
the royal commission in 1866-67,
said: "I do not suppose all men to
be wise, but think ol the felly of a
great debtor nation like the United
itates adopting the gold staudard.
They know nothing about currency
matters. Tbey do not know that it
vastlv increased their debt."
There was quite an interesting sil
ver meeting at Joelin Friday even
ing last, which was addressed by
Hon. E. W. Hurst, ol Rock Island, and
M. J. McEniry, of Molino. Horace
Bail was appointed chairman, end
introduced Mr. McEniry to the meet
ing. He said he was proud to meet
the citizens of Zama. and that he
had a warm place in his heart for its
people, it being his old home. Ua
wnull like to see the farmers more
prosperous; legislation htd not been
in the interest of the tillers of the
soil, bnt lather in the interest of the
monied class. Ha entered largely
into the history of coinage, touch,
ing upon demonetization, saying
that it must have been accomplished
sirreptiliuusly because the newspa
pers ol that time had nothing to say
bout it. lie concluded bp a refer
ence to international bimetallism as
being ridiculed by England, sod that
trusts and monopolies were sll back
ing op the gold standard, lion. b.
W. Hurst being then introduced said
in part that be was glad to see so
many ladies present, fur 11 we cmi
manage to pet the ladies on our side
we are sure to get some of the men.
In America every man is a sovereign
and has a ri ht to crltici-e every
other man. The judges of th su
preme court being meu atd liabl to
err, mey, too, should come in undsr
our criticism, just as thev were ciit-
cisea Dy repub leans lor the urei-
bcott decision. Soon after the war
there was an income tax of $25 J. 00 ),
U00 levied and collected, and be
would like to know wby that was
not unconstitutional. H" quoted
from Judge Harland and Judge
Brown, a republican who denoaoced
the decision in unmeasured terms.
He reiterated that a great crime was
committed in '73, and it wa done so
quietly that neither Buk. Thurman,
Conkling, Allison. Blaine, Hoi man,
Garfield, nor Grant, who sirned the
bill, knew anything about it. He
read tbe letter which Mr. Prince
wrote to his friend to shtw that he
(Prince) was a rank bimctalliat p e-
vious to tbe bt. Louis convention.
and stated that the repiblibans were
seriously considering at ore time
whether to bring Infidel Bob and
llerr Most, the anarchist, to
destroy tbe good influences produced
of Bryan s visit, and concluded
racy speech by saying that tbe dem-
, . ' . ,
ocrats could prove that they were
ijiu. Hum me mourns ci iiumioroii
republicans, who were making free 1
silver speeches up to a rtcrnt date.
Mlltcm i Pabvi.
BaaaHna-s aVeaJea balsw
Tbe best saive la tbe world tor
eats, braises, acres, aloera, salt
rheam, tevr sores, tetter, cnepped
htzds, chilblaine. corns and all akin
eruptions, and positively earwa
files or no pay reqclrei. It is gnar-
antsd tD viva narfart .atlafanttnw. nr
- mouey refcodei. Price 23 eeeta
Fcr sale by Harts A Ui
ekes seel is sa Oaswal ta a Dap.
Myatie Cere" for rheumatism
and aeuralgia eores in 1 to S days.
Its action upon the system is re
markable and mysterious. It re
moves at onoe tbe cause, and tbe
disease immediately disappears. The
firit dose greatly relieves. 7 cents.
Sold by Otto Grot i an. drnnriat. Rrxk
Island, and Gust bchlegel Son, 230
v est beconn street. Davenport.
Children Cry for
j Pitcher's Ce3StOridaa
THE GORMAN8 TONIGHT.
A aUwptSa rrcaa tkw Orartaary Raa fas- a
Flies Cava Am an i saw.
Patrons of Harper's theatre are to
be given tbe opportunity tonight to
witness a first-class attraction in the
appearance of the famous Gormans,
oi minstrel fame, in tbe musical com
edy, The Gilhoolys Abroad." The
AAMM.MW 1 ftkAAU. .ft... A I -
wii,B aa aivaMCT. auvw pvavuiaa
ana cierer prodacers, ih ior
mans," James, Jobs and Georre
The company is a stronz one. made
op oi aood singers and comedians and
pretty girls. Tbe comedy is oriel.
nal, clean and verv fonnr. Kamer-
ousuniqie sad quaint pecialtisa will
oe introduced, also maoy mechanical
enecis invented especially for tbis
production. All theatre-troers who
enjoy a laugh should not fail to see
I ae uuhoolys Abroad. People who
wish tJ ecciiurage a better siaadatd
of plays at Harper's theatre should
witness tonight's entertainment.
rose f bos. roiMr.
Port Byron. OjU 28. , .
lis'er i s'ill verv sick.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F Gsrnett spent
aunaty wttn menas in Mount.
J. U. Osborne is slowly improving.
bnt is still confined to bis bed.
Harvey Randall has sufficiently re
covered to atteod to bis usual bus
ttev. A-W.Dopew, of veW itt, lows,
occupied tbe pulpit in the Congrega
tional cnurcb last babbttn.
Me-srs. E. W. Hurst and Charles
Buford held a ronsing free silver
meeting at Fairfield latt night.
Rev. K. W. Kewiands is expected
home thU week from Boston, where
he has been for tbe past three weeks.
Mrs. raooy firming is having Her
household goods tuovel to Moline,
rhere rbe will reside through the
Tb winter tern of school at the
ipper end of town began Monday
last. Miss Birdie Osborne is the
A. it. Brewster has purchased the
brick block on tbe wet side of Ma'n
street, known as the W. H Dtvore
1 be political pot is still boiling. A
large number of our citizens were at
Rock Island Saturday to see and
hear W. J. Bryan.
Mrs. M. B. Donlinecr. who has
been so very ill far several months,
ha so far recovered thst she is able
to sit np a part of each day
termers are very busv in the corn
fields these line days, and many of
thm are obliged to bn-ld more cribs
in order to take care of tbe abundant
Tbe Dteeaeory Swawel Mas Ufa.
G. Caillouette, druggist. Beavers-
ville, 111., says: -To Dr. King's New
Discovery I owe my life. Was taken
with la grippe and tried all tbe phy.
sicians lor miles ebout, but ol no
avail, and was given op and told I
could not live. Having Dr. King's
New Discovery in my store, I tent
for a bottle and began its use, and
from the first dose began to ret bet
ter, and after nsing three bottlos was
np and about again. It Is worth its
weight in gold. We won't keep store
or house without it." Get a free
trial at Harts as Ullemeyer's drug
"I will hunt Liui to the tlrimti
ends of the earth." said the Huston man
iu most ari:"t touea.
"Phaw!" said the other, "yon are
not tho first man who bus born held up
and robbed of f 3 or ft."
"I care not f the paltry money,"
said the Ikastnuiau, "but when be
pointed the firearm at me tbe beast
said. "Maud right where you are at!' "
And ashu'liU-rran tbn.agh bis frame,
ana twen. i ic
i Its a anrakln.,.
i 'despicable foe
who rooa a m
than the more
whease attack is
made in the open. There are antne dts
arasrs that are like pickpockets. Tbey
ere sneaks. If men only knew it, these
sneaking diseases are more to be dreaded
than small -pox nr yellow fever. The
sneaking disease begins with some slight
disorder of the diire4Kn and slusnriah ac
tion of tbe bowels. The Mood becomes
tUaordered and tbe body receirea insuffi
cient or impronrr airtnmrnt Kmaria
tion follow and the sufferer is troubled
, wttn ncrvotts proKrauwi, israin liar, rji
I debility, and very likely falls a victim to
mat dreail rtcsirover, coitrirnuoa. All
this ha 7mm before the suflerer fairly
realizes that he is in danger.
These sneak ins: diseaaea tbat undermine
a man'a constitution, and rob him of his
health are conquered by Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. It puts
strength into every fiber of the body and
replaces the let harpy of strknew with the
buoyancy of health. It is tbe best blood,
maker and fleah-buiMcr known to science.
are. A wr Caroea. of KTkheet, frrkbort Co
1wIi.h wkm - f erad rai a tetmnatat es
rrcaidlopr I irm't fildea MelKal liln'sm
and what t did jr sae ra arate ttiaiaara nf
the beer, eheot sts yrara aao. wbea I bad ea at
tack in Los Aasrle. Cat., sad alas sae ernrb f
came bere. I enfioer i " i i nwir. m
tcal UwiHfii oae of I be brat esehrtaes aeVred
to a saflrnaa- nir4e to-dav- It has ooly ta ba
gieea a tau tnal to prore uaatf Bach.'
Dr. Pierre "a Connrm Sense Medical Ae
wiser has had a larger sale tbaa any other
hnok of this clasa ever offered the public.
Tht book f t or? paces srith yn illnat ra
tion a f foil, from cower to ewer, of practi
cal advice on health wiattrra. This great
book, ta heavy madia covers, is sow of
fered puke to whoever trill send it one .went
stamTM to pay for aaatlrng only. If aa ele
gant breach cloth biadtag ie cV-eired. send
loceau extra: tl cent, aa all World's Dis
pensary Medical Aaocialioa, BafUlo, N. T.
Vwfmm wirho vkIU
lnfJBB"SwawaTawfc fBnarpayat SsTtMbp SrT4tvwpV
ehba ."- - " hiaailfal
AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE
A COLLECTION OF BUTTONS
Exaou tor's Mottot
Sststs of Aswaiab Taorataa, Sateasal.
The midaislsmi kavtier baaa ananltiasd awara
tor of tbe laat will end I sallies ill of Aaaastaa
i Doraton, lata of the foenry erf Bark Island,
rtata of llltnnss. Ssrrs.eS. aerrby rrvaS aottee
U-at as will appear before tba caa-Lty eeart ar
kbk Island cuaaty. at tba offlra af lbs clerk af
aeld enorvta tbe rlty e4 Itoeh l.-aad, at um Wo
eeaiofrirrai.oarae nret Bone ay ta pjoseiabei
Best, at wblck tlaaa all rfwnaa aaelng eaalaas
aralo-t aald e-ta'e are amiSee ard Mocatad to
atkiad ft tba pnrpe e af bavtnf tba eaaao ad
Jea ed. A1 taraoa- tadrbtad ta aaid aetata are
nro.ie.ira to taaaa raiaiedlale Myaaaat ta tba a.
Paied UUs SSU day af Afart, A. P tSwJ.
1. 1. Batm, fist sear.
Nonce of Final Beetlsjment
Batata af Daatat Pewktr.
Pabile rottoa la hereby aleea
read. B.ma nrenr. MmialstimaBr. baa tbis
day Cled kis loal report aad sennas n it
se sacs la taa rooaty coart f itoot
isiaad coanty. ard that aa order hai
ant'-rrd hp aeid roan anfftrrla. rka
port, tia.aaa etiKetloas tbareta ar caean
iarFe we case ee m
r bifore the rrtb day
Sad apoa law Saal aa
eatd &ymu Dmry ill
cnnirsry aw suoera oa or
or smrai r. A. n. taat
Ftoeai of said report, the aatd Hiroii
ask for aa erot-r of dteirl ronton, aad will ales ask
to be dlivnarced. All Pereuas ialaraaisS ara aa
tlBed to aaead.
MocA Ulaad, UL, Oct. SS, tSet.
A vans farav.
Aai'sle-rator af 'be Batata af tlaalal pea aw, aa-
ST ATI OP ItXUIOLa, a
Boua lavaaraOocaT, f
fa taa Cttcalt aaart.
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M si aksrsroa va. Patrick On aaBiaai a.ai
.san.vw ea vna poa-rsssaraea af rasrVA
uerew wwiinaa. tas ataeea datradaet. tlt h
plaor cf raet'leoea ay aoarxma and laat aia dee
sna aM'essiaajeieycaatB)r aaiaraati
bera Se la tba el era' aate
rf tba trrak
evart ,4 said enoaty. aottea a.
T ai"Ti aa m aaia ana rim.n
Irisa tl- roeaptatnaeK (lad bis bSl af
RlaHrt la tbe eetd roant aa tba cbaarxYp .lor
larerrfaataellMbdey of Aecwat, A. D. Ixat,
aad tbat aasaaieaa was taswsd tberaoa etut af
eaar'-art,bereia said salt s aoe ewadlnf.
ratareabia aa tba ane ejaadee la ta aeiaata
Janaery aast, a. bt by law raqaftred.
row, um yaw, taw eei s. la.li.m oe
laiiaen aaeeo aaaii a. rennoa uriatg rW
rea. ehall Mraoaialls he aad aneat baforc
tbe rsM oleraM eaun na tbe trat day T tbe
beat ta.eaf. ta be bnldea a wrt tetsaS.
ta aad for ead naratr. ew tbe Seat aiuadae a
Jaaaare ara'. aad pVed. aaer ar Oosiar
ta tba satdreaapialnatitw bill .rraatplslai, tbe
aaate aad tbe atetfct-r. lurain cbarrsd aatd easaad
wui be taa a a. enafercad aad a dta t an red
low aoDerdltr wrsyev ar aaid wtiu
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