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Correspondence Solicited from every township
n Rock Island county.,
Satcrdat. November 7, 186.
The landslide was not so bad but
what we can still all have a foothold
on the earth.
There is only the Mississippi rivr
between Missouri and Illinois, but it
makes a great difference between
This is how it was done the peo
ple just pot out and voted, and the
man who pot tbe mo-t voles was se
lected. '1 bis is ollicial.
Didn't catch the announcement
ileal! j. What was the vote that
Mr. Scattering pot? And who is
this man, Doubtful we hear so much
The "Advance Agent of Prosper
ity" has a b'ig job on his hands to
fulfill all his obligations to the peo
ple. But the people seem willing to
give him a chance.
The president of the United States
who takes his seat next March must
do a whole lot for the people. They
have been promUcd much, and they
will fully exp-'ct it. Keokuk Consti
Jx the Fifty-fourth congress there
were 105 democrats, 214 republicans
and 7 populists. In the Fifty-fifth
congress, according to the best infor.
mation obtainable, there will be 152
democrats, 176 republicans, 16 pop
ulists and )'.' doubtful. This gives a
total of republicans 176. democrats
and silver 168, doubtful 12, a demo
cratic and tilver gain of 56.
Max ico is prospering under Dins.
He his encouraged railroad building,
and there are row 7.2)0 miles in
operation, and 2S 000 miles of tele
graph lines. The government in
come is $50,000,000 a year. At Vera
Cruz (20.00,) 000 will "be expended in
improving the harbor. The City of
Mexico is' spending $.503,000 a year
for sewerage and water works.
Now that Maj McHinley is elected
it is the duty of every citizen to give
him cordial support in his adminis
tration. If the irpublicans can re
store tho prosperity of the country,
which is a thing that all most de
voutly wish for, no mere party jeal
ousy ought for a moment to stand
in the way of their accomplishing
that purpose. Let there be a fair
trial of high protection and the gold
Wednkskav was a red letter day
for JeiTorson City. Mo. Alt business
houses were closed and the people
had a holiday to celebrate the defeat
of tiio constitutional amendment
which sought to move the capital to
Sedalia. When the report reached
Jefferson City confirming the early
dispatches that Sedalia had been
beaten by a big vote, the enthusiasm
of the people was unbounded. They
paraded the streets all day long and
until late at night with all kinds of
banners appropriate to show their
appreciation of the victory. Many
carried llgs and bunting. Bands
furni.-hod muic and every kind of
"Cures talk "in favor Wfjm m
of Hood's Sarssparilla, I
os for no other modi- Cm I h
cine. lis great cures recorded in truthful,
convincing lnnSuatre of grateful men and
women, constitute its most effective ad
vertising. Many of these cures are mar
velous. They have won the confidence of
the ieopk; have given Hood's Sarsapa
nlU the largest sales in the world, and
have made necessary for its manufacture
t he greatest laboratory on earth. Hood's
tvirsai ariliais kuown by the cures it has
made cures of scrofula, salt rheum and
eczema, cures of rheumatism, neuralgia
and weak nerves, cure3 of dyspepsia, liver
aud kidney troubles, catarrh and malaria.
, Such Cure3 as This Prove Merit.
"My little nephew was a plump and
healthy baby until a year and a half old,
then sores broke out behind his ears and
spreal rapidly over his head, hands and
body. A physician said the trouble was
scrofula humor la the blood. The child
became one complete sore. We haa to
restrain his hands to keep him from
scratching the sores. We were induced
to try Hood's Farsaparilla, and in a short
time he Jfd more lite. He improved rap
idly, his'sfein became entirely clear of
ores and he is now a healthy child."; Mrs.
Fi-orexcb Andrews, Clearfield, Iowa.
Is tho best-in fact the One True Blood Purifier.
HOOd'S PillS eiTJr!
device for making noise was carried
in the processions.
Gov. Stone, of Missouri, says: "I
shall begin from this hoar the work
of organizing the people of the states
for the campaign of 1930. The canse
we have fought for is right. It in
volves a great question affecting the
prosperity of our country, and the
happiness of mankind. It will not
be settled nntil'it is settled right.
The battle we hate fongbt has not
been vain. The party will grow
stronger in the future when every
man in it is ready to tight and die
for its principles. Tbe cause of free
silver is not lost by this defeat. Tbe
blessings that would flow from bi
metallism will be delayed, bnt they
will come at last in response to tl
resolute and nnyielding demands of
Now comes an ominnna ano-ova.
tion for the powers that be to con
sider, for the president-elect is to
come back to the convictions be held
prior to the adoption of the new
golden rule at St. Xouis. The money
powers may have a struggle on their
bands after all. The Cincinnati En
quirer says: "As to the policy of
tbe administration, there is much
anxiety over it manifest from all
parts of the country: It is doubtful
whether Maj. McKinlev has defined
in his own mind what course he will
follow in several minor particulars.
One or two things iare certain, how
ever, and the Grst is that as so in as
the maior finds himself in nninn
of the needed authority to do so he
win appoint a very strong commis
sion to Tjnsh intnrnntinnol himni.l.
lism. This will, without a doubt, be
one ox me nrst things undertaken by
the new administration. It will be
pushed more vigorously than it has
ween ueiure oy me unuea states.
The framera of the St. I.rmU rUt.
form do not want bimetallism in
Bryan's Silver Mot.
Bryan's letter brines hope and
cheer to his followers, and to the
bimetallists generally who have sus
tained temporary defeat in the pres
ent campaign. Conscious," says
ne, -mat millions ot loyal hearts
are saddened by temporary- defeat. I
beg to offer a word of hope and en
couragement. jo cause ever had
supporters more brave, earnest and
devoted than those who have es
poused the cause of bimetallism.
They have fonght from conviction
and have fought with all the zeal
which conviction inspires. Event
will prove whether they are right or
wrong. Having done their duty as
they saw it, they have nothing to
regret." What more consoling
words could be offered than the r
minder that a duty has been well
performed. A jnst cause never suf
fered because it was unsuccessful at
first, and the unselfish view that
Bryan has taken of the situation will
give added inspiration to those who
are devoted alike to the principles he
nas so oruuantiy aavocate.d, and to
him. Says he: "The friend's of bi
metallism have not been vanquished;
they have simply been overcome.
They believe than the gold standard
is a conspiracy of the money chang
ers against the human race, and
until convinced of their error they
will continue the warfare against it. '
Then after speaking of the disad
vantages under which the friends of
silver labored and the great respons
ibility the republican prtv has taken
upon itself to accomplish an impos
sible task, and commending all the
campaign committees, he voices this
"No personal or political friend
need grieve because of mv defeat
My ambition has been to secure im
mediate legislation rather than to
en joy the honors of tbe office; there
fore, defeat brings tome no feeling
oi personal loss, fcpeaking for the
wue wno nas snared my labors, as
well as for myself, I desire to sav
that we have been amply repaid for
an mat we nave aone. la the love
millions of our fellow citizens, so
kindly expressed in knowledge gained
by personal contact with the people
and in broadened sympathies, we find
fall compensation for whatever ef
forts we have put forth. Our hearts
have been touched by the devotion
of friends and our lives shall prove
our appreciation of the jiffection.
which we prize as the richest re
ward which this campaign has
Those are true Brvan words.
Rarely do you find a man in public
me wno in ueieat or victory pauses
to think of those who have shown
him and his honor and confidence.
Ki alaaa . vwaor.
One of the most tn ha mrrra fa A -
suits of the recent election is the de
feat for re-election of that great
democrat and friend cf humanity.
lov. John r. Altgeld. The people
of the state of Illinois can little
afford to lose his services as the chief
executive. He has devoted his in
domitable ennrtrv and his crrott sh;t-
. r- j r - - " . .
ty to the service of the people with
lauuiuiness tnat nas orougnt forth
results which cannot be over-estimated
in the beneficial effects they
will have on the future of the state
and its people. Other men have
been governors in name, and have in
a perfunctory manner performed cer
tain unimportant duties pertaining
to tbe office. But it has been differ
ent with Gov. Altgeld. He has been
a governor who governed. He has
attended to the people's business as
it it was his own, and so carefully
and untiringly has he looked after
their interests, and so industri
ously has he labored for their good,
that every wheel of government has
performed its perfect work without
ii Perfect Wealth
4 Liver an-
pronounce it the "PEERLESS REMEDY" for" curing ailments of
the Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, Female troubles, Rheumatism
and Bright's Disease,
For sale everywhere at f I .OO per Bottle.
THE Dr. J. H. KcLEAN HEDICIKE CO., - St. Louis, til
waste of motion or unnecessary fric
tion. His administration has been a
model of combined energv and econ
omy. He has earned for nimself the
title of tbe "Business Governor" a
title that is a monument of praise to
his methods and to his faithfulness
to the trusts confided to him. His
defeat is an inscrutable exhibition of
ingratitude. The people will regret
it, now that it is too late to avoid
the calamity. Gov. Altgeld can
afford to be defeated. Tbe people
can scarcely afford to do without his
services. As tbe days go by tbej
will more and more regret their
Government by Party" is vigor
ously dcoutced by Col. George E.
Warring, Jr., in the November North
American Review, the "machine" in
politics coming in f r a large share
of opprobium. Col. Waring con
tends that if it is possible to have a
patty machine that will not work
against tho best interests tf th.
people, the way to do so has not vet
None of the many monthlies is
better illustrated or more interesting
than Outing. In its chojen field of
healthful sport and pastime this
popular magazine easily maintains
the lead, and bright, seasonable
sketches of sport, travel and adven
ture abound in the November num
ber. The fiction department con
tains "The Story of a Penny Pencil,"
(comp?ete) by Sarah Addison Wad
cerburn. E. B. Abercorab'.e opens
the number with a finely ill nstrat d
and most readable history of Prom
inent Trotters and Pacers of the Sea
son." Underl he tit e cf -The City
oi xne nmte uove." Annttta Josefa
Halliday-Antona draws a charming
pen picture of Algiers. "A Gossip
on Gjlf," by the well knon author
ity. Horace G. Hutchinson, will be
eagerly read. O'.her notable features
include "The Canoe Camp at Grind
stone;" "Racing Schooners," by K. B.
Burchard; "Football of '9G," by Wal
ter Camp; "American Amateur Ath
letes in lS'JG." bv W. II. CartU
"Tartey Tracking." by Ed. W. San-
ays; "Uver Utcovs on the Missis
sipp," by F. E. Kellogg, and "An
Adventure with African Lions," by
A well known learned judge, who
was a keen politician before his promo
tion to the beech, vent down whilo
yet a plain Q. C to help the Liberal
candidate fcr a fcot h borougli. Ho Le
Kan a speech with a Scotch etrry; but,
failing iu givii:jr the "awcprnt" with
due emphasis, tho story fell flat, nnd the
nudieuco began to liiurmur. Tho rac
ticed crater changed Lis key and re
sumed iu his natural nnd stentorian
voice, "Gentlemen, I do riot speuk
Scotch, but I voto Scotch." Tremen
dous applunso followed, wht renpon our
C proceeded, no doubt very rrpre
hrtisibly, "audi often drink Scotch."
After this he was the nnqnestinned idol
v. the hour. Hock hold Wcrds.
We offer one hundred dollar reward for any
cue of Catarrh tba: cannot be cared by Hill'i
T. J. CI1SSKT Jt C3., Prep'., Toledo. Oh'o.
W. the nndereifrnet, have known F. i. Cbc
ney for the last Vt years, and believe him per
fectly tonorable In b'I bnsinen transaction, and
fiobr cimlly able to carry cot any obligations maale
by their firm.
Wan & Tbcx, Wholesale Drofrsime, Toledo, o.
Waldimi. Kixkai ft Manna, W bolreale l)r g-
Ball' Catarrh tore i taken Internally, arttnir
directly upon the blond and mncoua rarfacca ol
tbcryrtem. I'rire, TSc p. r tot::.. Sold by all
druggists. Testimonial free.
Foley1 Honey and Tar does not
not claim to cure all rae of con
sumption or astnma. nut it does
claim to givfe comfort and relief in
advanced stages of these diseases and
to usually cure early stages. It is
certainly worth trying by those af
flicted or threatened with these
dread diseases. Sold by M. F- Bahn
sen Ktsranstutna Qarwa to Dy.
Mystic Cure" for rheumatism
and neuralgia enres in 1 to 3 days.
Its action upon the system is re
markable ana mysterious. It re
moves at once the cau, and tbe
disease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly relieves, 75 rents.
Sold by Otto Grotjan, druggist, R.Tck
Island, and Gustchlegel c Sen, 220
West Second street. Davenport.
Glowworms aro much more brilliant
when a stonn is ccciihk n than at
oib r seasouti. '.Like many ihf-r mys
teries it nature, l hi curious circum
stance has never betn explained.
la 1865 there was a fire iu Constan
tinople which destroyed 2,M)Q buildings
shops and bauars.
SAT O BP AY, NOVEMBER 7, 1896.
Can only be .secured by keeping the Liver
and Kidneys in order. Satisfactory results
are always secured by using
Dr. J. H. McLean's
fathers, sisters, brothers, all
DO THOCT LIKtWISE.
A South Rock Island dairyman
(Who doesn't ova a well)
Told everybody that be met
' lie had a house to mLL
That did uo rood, but an Aboca want
Hrouirht a man with lota of "scads."
Wbo Rtts Lis tips in a quiet way
From ReMy Bhh.' art.
WANTED A XCRSECIRI. ATKSTWEX
tiein mreei. Krferences required.
ITTANTEn- TO TRAD A HfSTIXiSt'ASE
KoW watcb f ir a bicwle: It iml new
watch. Addreej . ." care of Tn
X1T ANTED HEN WBO WTXX. WOP FT.R
V V S7S a month aalarv or lam nniiiiiiblini
aelllnv utaple amid by aaa-.pla So dealer. tx-
penenoa unncwary. r-e na. uousennia
Specialty oompany, 77 W. Fourth mini, Cla-
1 TTAKTED LA DIES AND G!CTTLEMf2
V who wish to correspond for pleasure, or
w:lh m Tirw 10 maxromonT u join me r nirm
Ohio Carreopondina Hurran. Salem. tHilo.
t-ena two cent stamp rr descriptive eirmitr.
Addreaa W. n. Buck, lock boa Salem, Ohio.
F8 REXT A Xl'MMKR OF PI.ACFS
ranvitir in price from flu to l'iper month.
FOR REXT TWO I.ARCK HTORF. ROOMS
noMmernl I'iftb airnucand Twtaticih
street, iccmy um
TPOR RFXT A 4 ROOM HOC8E WITH
Ji. closets. wa-.-r aupply, eic. Apply 3
T?OR REXT FIVE ROOM FT.AT. SIS FJOH.
-a. leer, to street. Inquire of J. IX Taykar.
SM Nineteenth street.
TVRnpVT.IIlliro Hiivth . ews..
bouse on Tentv-sai'ttMl stm-t. between
r ii iu wni niJIIU a . COUCH. liVMI.Y rtros.
"VsnD prv. .... ...
i.r... r I i I 1 1 rJ I(IS,.1I. r.ltV
A. convenient to bu-ifs center with hot
r . , r I. . .1 . 1 . - -. .
nOR REXT SEVEN hVM HOP RE OX
- i-n-fiinn avenue: moi-rn convtmlences-
a mi six MHim noue. au; Sixih avenue. b .
1.101? riixt A SROn.M iXtTTMiK OX
Iti.tnir- .f on., l-ut'in. Tiinl avenge ami
a I wrritv rnurrb slrc-t :iml ki.'hlh ,i'i.
iiv i -tiiiirin Niree u
"CXirt RKXT-A FINE. I.RGE. II ROD 11
-A. br1k hnilss Isft tksaaillK !..... t.l.kA
aaovw 1-sltMni. VBM.
bath. witr and rMd bro. iwo mcrtm vt
f'ubu. i wo uiock irom Mreei ears, uqulr
v uoiuuu sk S4J UJUil.
T-IOR 9A1.V-I.S fOTTAi:r.t Pivr.lv,
. ..,.r"m tn..x " m I"1" w different
ii-.itTit. ivi-iuy nnrt.
I,R HALK-A FIXE FRI'IT FARM OF i
. i I . . " iiimis. iwf mile from
'uiiis a vanraiu. i.eMiy Itru.
TV)S Sl.rtra nv nsv
j n h'T f",vm.rot" dei-d. Inquire of
-. . uirrai :i street.
TjORRALK-AfiOODMARilAIXIN A IrT
i mi, airnur. nnirrg r ittnenib and
"",r""u i-irecis; in.i lirtay II. os.
FOR SAI.E-W I..1 WII.I.
place n TwentvoTond
Seventh avenue: lame lot
HI V A Fixr
treet. south ol
"L"OR SALE-.Srtl WIU. Ilfy a RPI.FV
""v terms: wcU located and ba-h and dry!
LR R.IJ-:-S.n WII.L Hrv THE LOT
cinaes pavmir and everainir else. A bar
... . " "- v nuiHiin-. This
nmwnt on Tk.tii-.ii. .
modern. Will take oii.er iinuicrtr in 1
r Hurt onvmenL UrtA li. "
T."V ! SALE A Ttt'tvSTiiBv unw-oc
v-t.J"' '"?ni,,, '" V 'Vine plar. oti
. mi.- net .-ii i v -xi xtn street- c
be bot.Kblcbei. ReMy llr-i.
LX)RS.UJ5-A NEW M..1.EKX IKifSK OX
Z.,r f L;U,,r""! T ' ninth strsct
piece of pronrny ia trwic. Ib aiy jiros.
POK RAIJC-A M-LI.XIHI. HAK.iAIX ON
. Twent.v sc.-ind i.i mnn s-cntb
and tiirhth avenues, two UwrUirn,- will nay .
1-er cent clear oa invrstni.-nt lridy Itria.
Tr.Nn-A.K,N': W ITH TW. KEYS IIV
a William I ircsscn Jn-r can bar.
by payinic tor this notice at The a uch oir.ee.
LR saij: or trahb-a fixe rfsi
IU lake a booh fann r vu-in,a pruccrtT la
Prtpiymnt. KchIv !trm. vrVrJ m
HCSIXER9 CHAXCE-A I.ARt;F roR
poration havinir put IOiMn ,Dlo r!Z
per adrertlsinir tbe past tear, deslrw to- divide
the ternton into districts. Weiig mve one
district to one or more lite Ben and f'lrni
them with lo . Hh.vn wrtb of newTt..
fTr advertlsmc u run i or S rear, prodx
they put uo uf!lrtet cai.i... u, hindie tit
busmes n such territory, wbira will mTuirw
several thousand dobars. AddrcMi ""J?
Mumer. km Harney street. Omaha. Neb. "
A NOTED fiYI-SY JfST FROM THF
v east is no- -,.l.,,ini.. ... E.njrtb ave
nue near Sixteenth street. Hock Nl.nd. I " t
fail to call oa this aoied rrpsr. iae wui leil
v..ur past present and fuiure all h the bard
t.e.itire! the hest ami m.t evpen I'fe rrirtrt
in thiseonntry i'.iHb-rwa the an sirs.
' life foe oe will t. Ii v.si true JnJL.T
th.,. hhe w.ll le.l ll.e l ..h? r.TrZ
cents and irrntleraen l. t.aUal noe Vow
a !. be ple-rd Hunt f.Teet theT-.:lc7
1K3 Fourth avenue, near StxtccnU .trret.
RS. A. SEVMOT-r. rr.imrnv.x-.
and business medium. :u L
17S5 SECOND AVE.
Sow, that the e!eclion Is
over, and joor man or tbe
ether man has te cored the
prize, and the country is
saved, we ask for a few min
ute ot yonr valued tine to
consider joo or yonr fam
ily's wants. O jr spscisl price)
are a special indacercent
this week for yoar ccntlJet
stlon anl eantparison. If
we cannot save yon money
(inality considered) every
thing yon boy, then we are
willing to let the other
fellow have the sale. We
don't atk for your trade for
friendship, but because we
give you firstlass poods
lower than all competitors. .
No Trouble to Show Goods
Dress Goods Department
An eastern Imnrtrtop nif,ir.kl
with fall and winter dress goods de
strea to nnloal and anbtniucd sam
ples, of which snaDnnd no reri
quickly. Here is a saving of front
.13 J to 40 per cent.
One lot of double fold plaids,
beautiful colorings, aiarsjs
18 and 22b. this week 15
60) yards plaids, screes anl
fancy wool suit'n;, always
S3 and 40c. this week vour
62-incb plain all wool suit
Inrs. alwsvs 0c a vard. f hi
week :19j.. 33e
M inch fancy black brocade a,
mohair effect i, always cheap
at 64c, this week ii
Cloiks and Jackets.
Another lr?e invoice of cloaks.
jackets, misses and children's reef
ers. Here is only to be fouad the
newest, latest styles and prices that
always sell for spit cab.
A fine diagonal jacket, bx
front, set la velvet co'.lar,
coat back, fancy buitoca in
laid petrl center, ne sleeve,
worts 5, here J S
Our new fancy black buucl
jacket a beauty near sleeve
box front, medics collar, 10
garment, only .fi0
Children's rte'er jackets, all
styles and price, we ststt
them at f2,l
50 dozen towels 203( with
fringes: none when these are
gone, each only 6c
Blankets 67 tents a fair to.. .. I
Lustre Band Pinner Ware Owing
to tbe creat derusai that we bare
had from our custouir-rs who are
usio tbe Lustre Haod Dinner ware
for piece to match broken acts, we
have tost placed ia stock a f reh
crate "of these pood, and have marked
them ai tbe price of first quality of
white ware. Tae jrois are of tbe
Johnson Ibos jnj;l.h make and war
ranted not tn craze. Look tbron?b
the following lit and e if yoa do
not need some of these pieces:
Pie I'iates. I'iatters.
Tea Plates. uar ItiwI.
Break fat Plates, Cream Pitchers,
Dinner Plates, Water Pitchers.
Tea. Coffees, Slop Iiowls,
Sauce Iibes, Oyater iiowls.
Covered Dishes, Pickle Dishes,
Open Dishes. Ssuce Boats,
Covered Bauer Dishes, etc.
We bee a neat array of China for
the holidays. Do not fail to look
YOUNG & UcCOUBS
THE bUiirST. THE BEiT. THE
When you want.
fHE 'SCHOMA CKER
Bcttro-Gold String Pianoj
Have attained tbsrlr celebrity solely
publicly esLibited fa competition
: TUB HK.HIIST AVjTlfirr
At tbe International FshlMUon. at Crystal relets, N. In 16(1,
over 100 piano oa ethibiUon I (rat Prise to tbe linhnniarkrr riar.fi.
At tbe I rebklia lasUtute la Itiladelphia ia 1844. and era) a
At the American Institute ia New York la lift.
At tbe Uarylaad lastttuU la KaJUtnrsre la IMft.
At the lateraaUoaal EthlbiUoa la rblladelphia la ls7l.
The SciiOMAOcra Piakos krceivzd tub Highest A aits
om com scot
Wilson Roadster $65
Wilson Special $50
Hon8st Value for Your Money.
WILSON M0LI1TE BUCrGT CO.
r. m -a irraca
pMm, rt fx
vitt "T '1aS
r uja, rr.
'or sri aniatS mJk
)vrl. mmtt f j.
2 ro w
trta a. sTra f to
rfCA KUcanl SsserV
ea't-. w la auM
?7" ".' srank
4114 West Seeoai Street,
BEE Q HIVE
A suit tint will be a liummer
for tle. fit ar.d workman
thfp, Dorn' it the place to
go. He ii rp to the line,
kcows where to buy the fab
rics at the right prices aid
how to cut the m to a stylish fit.
His suits and top and havy
overcoats are what dressy men
are looking for. In making up
he leads them all, and jou i,et
your money's worth In trimmings
Dent forget to lxk at Dorn's
line before you order.
on aocooet cf Mwit. Wbercvttr
hey bsve lavartabl received
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