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fsbHahsd Deny nd Weekly St ISM
Arenas, Hock Ialiad,in. Inters sttassoet-
osree as sscoae-cisss nutter.
J. W. Forii
TB Hits Daily, W eon ,r i
t.0O per Sana ; la advance SL50.
All eoamanlesUoai of political er argsmeeta'
tlT character, political or rllous, arast bare
eal bbbm attache for pobHeatlea. Mo
article win be printed orar acttuoas tfastano
Oornapoadeaes soHcttea from every township
1 a Book Island count?.
Saturday, December 6. 1895.
The Chicago News suggests that
ine iremDiing or the earth la south
ern Illinois is caused by John B
lanner rehearsing his 10 augural.
Adjt. Geit Hilton has ordered an
election at Springfield Jan. 1 for a
major of the Fifth infantry to suc
ceed Aiaj. J. J. cabanis, wnoce term
The vote of the state of Idaho
shows that Bryan received 23,192
Totes and McKinley IS 868 The
prohibition vote was 181. Palmer
received 000 votes.
Gen. Weyleb is said to have made
' a requisition on tbe Spanish govern
ment for more ammunition to nse in
fighting tbe rebels. It donbtless
calls for a cargo of ink.
Ever man to his taste. In Bos
ton a large audience felt disap
pointed because an orchestra struck.
while in San Francisco 20 000 people
paid their money to see somebody
It is to be hoped that after the ex
cellent job. Contractor Lnrkin has
made of the new conrt houee. he
is not now going to receive the mar
ble heart from any quarter. He does
not deserve it.
The Arkansas City Traveler saja
that one of the ballots taken out of
the box down there had written
across the face of it: "I don't know
how to vote this ticket, bat I want
to vote tbe straight republican
LH &ei. nx u up ior yourselves.
After low? discussion thn inrltro
counted the ballot on the theory tbat
it came within the meaning of the
, i . .. . .
law, wnicn provided ior tbe count
ing of ballots "which clearly showed
me intention oi the voter.1'
Tbeke is a general impression that
L 1 m 1 mm m
mo jurge inning on oi revenue from
customs is owing to the operations
At il wn t . a -
oi me nuson diu. l he Tact is tbat
the customs fell oft from $229,700,000
in IS'JJ to 1131.800,000 in 1894. and
this was under the operation of the
McKinley bill. Under tbe Wilson
hil tbe revenues have recovered to
8159.500,000 (in 1896). The McKin
ley bill was not a revenue, bat
protection measure and wonld have
landed na much lower than we are
if it had not been repealed. Yet the
highest form of republican states
manship demands the restora'ion of
the McKinley tariff.
The trusts that have been created
ana loitered by republican leglela
tion are now berrlnninir tn Itba .,1
vantage of the situation to blend thn
people. For instance, the glass trust
pm prices up per cent, and put
wages aown iu per cent. This is a
very natural result of republican
monopoly legislation. The oeoDle.
who have just tied themselves hand
and foot by giving the monopolist
another lease of power, have only
loemseives to Diame. They have no
remedy except to wait with patience
ana meanwhile they mast pay up
liberally. -He who dances must
pay the tiddler."
A BUver Vole.
One of the most brilliant. !....
ive and convincing addresses ever
delivered in the lower house of con
gress on behalf of any cause was that
uBineieu id support oi bimetallism
or iooKrefsman entries A. Towne
of Minnesota. dnrimrtKai.., :
. , -" ""- MIDIUQ.
Congressmen Towne was defeated in
a r..1e,B JI...1 . .
iumiu uiainci ior reelection.
Since his defeat Mr. Towne has
issued the following add reaa- !
wish it to be distinctly understood
mat i am not crnsnea oy my defeat.
as iias oacn rumorea. ine slanders
connected with the wav I have met
the result of the election have been
of a piece with those which charac
tenzed its progress. When I took
the stand, many months ago
behalf of the welfare of tbe peo
ple, as i unuersiooa it, and
ataintt tie trusts and gold
standard powers, I then underwent
all the bitterness of self-renunciation.
I was prepared tor personal failure.
I was to; consulting my own selfish
interests. Had I done so I should
have been compliant to the will
the i e:gning powers of the repnbli
--au pariy. i took my political lire
in my own bands with full knowledge
of the contingencies, and prepared
for either fortune. Thenceforward
it was the people's fight mora than
mine. I could have saved myself by
betraying them. I chose rather to
risk myself in the hope of serving
them. 1 do not deny a feeling of
deep personal regret as to my small
lot in the general fall, bat it is
nothing compared with that I feel
for the temporary repulse of the
cause and the consequent loss and
suffering that must be borne by the
But iustice onlv aleena. i.
B7 Md V. whsths jpnrt- J
i i .
ly through any further aid of mine
or not, for that is unimportant, the
cause will triumph, and then I shall
know the infinite happiness of hav.
ing contributed in some small degree
in my day and generation to the com
ing of the light. I desire to thank
all my friends, here and elsewhere.
for the splendid support that they
have given me ana the valiant ser
vice tbat they have done for human
ity. I am especially glad to have re
ceived from tbe city 1 have tried to
serve the magnificent endorsement
of more than 2,000 majority. It
gives the lie to the claim, ao persist
ently made, that I have been misrep
resenting toe sentiment oi my home,
and it shows that the intelligence
and real citizenship of St. Louis
county are overwhelming for bimet
aiusm. x giaaiy accept the un
bought support of tbla (Treat comma
nity, while leaving Judge Morris the
eniorcea pronouncement of tbe un
fortunate men on the Vermillion
iron range, over whom the Minne
soia iron company ciatms and exer
cises a more than feudal lordship
"As to the cause itself, for which
. . .
we nave lougnt so valorous V, we
shall rot despair of it. We believe
that events will justify ear conten
tion that no permanent prosperity is
piiasiuie uuaer me goia standard.
When that demonstration is made
we shall come forward again, and re
inforced by the unanswerable area
ment of experience, we shall restore
tne money of the constitution and
the reign of the people. Our noble
leader, Mr. Bryan, is young, vigor
ous and undismayed. In 1900 I ex
pect him to lead ns to victory in the
greatest popular uprising the Ameri
can ballot has ever evidenced. Mean
lime we believe, in the rule of the
majority and will submit with good
grace to tbe laws and policies that
the successful party may inanu
COMMON SENSE CURE.
Pyramid Pile Cure Cures Piles Per
manently by Curing the Causa.
Remarkable Remedy Which is Bring
ing vomiozx io inonsanas
rroDaoiv nan tne rnnn n who
this article suffer from nilea. It is
one of the commonest diseases, and
one of the most obstinate. People
nave it ior vears. and mat hop nan it
is not immediately fatal they neglect
iv. carelessness causes no end oi
. r i
suffering. Carelessness ihnnt an
simple a thing as piles has often
caused death. Hemorrhages occur
from no apparent cause, and loss of
blood causes death. Hemorrhages
occur during surgical treatment, of
ten causing aeain-
riles are aim Die in the beo-inmnir
and easily cared. They can be cared
even in the worst stages, without
pain or loss of blood, quickly, surely
vm.jt.wtoij. iuvio is uuijr one
remeay tnat win do it Pyramid
It aiiava the innammattnii immn
diatelv. heals the irritated surface
and with continued treatment re
duces tbe swelling and puts the
membranea into priori, annnrf huith.
condition. The cure is thorough
, HVW. ,
nere are some vninntarw mil n-
solicited testimonials we have lately
Mrs. M. C. Hinklv. 601 Misaiisinni
strew,, inuianapous. ind . save
nave oeen a sunerer rrnm thn n n
ti - - -f
ana annovances or mies fnr is n,n
the Pyramid Pile Cure and Pyramid
riiis Rave me immediate relief and
in a abort time a complete cure.
major wean of Columbus. Ohio.
says: I wish to add to the number
or certificates as to the benefits de
rived from the Pyramid Pile Cure.
suffered from piles for 40 years and
from itchinir nilea fnr 90,
two boxes of the Pyramid Pile Cure
ub cuwiumj cured me.
Most drucc-ista anil Pmmiil p;tn
cure or will get it for you if you ask
ft U . T. - n.
.uoui m. it is at per package, and is
iu Uu uuir j me rvramid umr
company, Albion, Mich.
Under the till nf Whit sl.h u
uone About Cuba?" Mayo W. Hazel
- " J 1 w
tine contrihntna tn thn n,n.kii.
number of the North American Re
view an eloquent article pleading
for the recoo-nitinn h thn ITn;,..
States of the belligerent rights of the
uaurgents. ine unban rev
OlUtlOU. Mr. Haznltinn
2 . -ww.n.co.
justinea, h ever a revolution was.
ana such a recognition would in
strict conformi tv aiih h
j " UV HHl'
tional policy of our government.
am Dwsi aaiTa la un m.-A
onis, Druiaea, aoree, uloers. aalt
rneum, fever sons, tetter, aharmaii
hands, chilblalna, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively eur
PUSS or ma Da naalras T, i.
m af 1 i a ti mm WL laWa
utesd to give perfect satisfaction, or
. rxiDBj so eents paw
ox. For Sal) hv Hartn A mi.-JLT
Sealed pronoaala will ha m.:...
at the city clerk's nm rv t.i a
HL. until Monday. Dee. 7. A, D. 1896,
at 5 o'clock p. m., for furnishing
1,000 feet of hose for the fir depart
ment of said city.
Bidders are nnniMii
- 1 w- W 1U1UIBU
samples oi me nose they propose
Bock Island. 111.. Nov. 13, 1896.
A. P. HcKsiKO. City Clerk.
The rjoraon whn illatnvhl v.
j - - ------ un wa
rresration laat Sunder h-w Mn.i.: t.
reaueated to to call m at t aA
jid wUeh always tfv2X?,
I Amusements. fodr act tragedy. i " " -
Sunday EveDing, Dec. 6.
Teder th Baaareaetit cf 4. A.
Macge, upportuE Ue stcrllcc
and America's farorUe ae'r.'se,
MISS HENRIETTA BROWN,
and a carefsll selected company
of anlat to H New Tnra sae
ces. the buuUrol romaatle
drauvs la tbree acie.
Dnrinr iHa acil-a of th p'ey the latent new
and ap 10 date aonro. daccee aad fp cltir will
belniruuared br Menr rtaak M,rion.J. T
ryBB,rs Me CNr. Mrtoi. Vi-glsla
MarioB and Mis Let h Minbell .
Prices 10. and sic. Beeerred seats now
oa aale at bleoer-e jew.lr More.
TQrner Grand Opira House.
OTTO H.LAHBfASN, Manager.
Sunday Evening, Dec. 6.
For the fleet time be-e. the a: oat re
nukahia.Bjirhtr. mael e. laarrei
oo and atagiiifirrnt anowa ever c a
Ck lyea or eea'.gned 10 travel.
Charles H. Yale's
WITH SIXTY PEOPLE
The Twelve Temptations
A aprctacle for tbe maaecs fllled ti
tbe brim wUbSMner! iO'l Ih a
tveree a la so called rpecueka.
Seat rale at Kler sie A BarrUon, ing store.
Filers. SVs, 50c, 75: and $1. Boxe. fi.sa.
Sirettcars lroai Hock Ielaal direct to tte
j-ISEASES oi Eye, Ear,
Nose, Throat, Lungs,
Stomach. Skin and Blood.
Rupture cured without use
ROOMS 36 and 87. MoManus
Building, corner Second
and Main streets, Davenport.
a. m. to IS m. and 3 to S
p. m. Evenings, Wednes
days and Saturdays, 7 to 8 p.
m Sundays. I to I p. m.
T a BBIDT
Own rf Bimrn M Bmmt tt JanrM
Insurance and Loans
-ioorn t. Mitchell A Lvo- baK
ln hoi 100 J.
Fornltbsa Mstle for
Dinic imm nc.
On reasonable terms.
Lea re orders at the Har
per House Pharmacy or
residence, corner Eighth
avenue ana Twelfth St.
yCS$ eannvTwtaSnT TSe!csei
ay n ins, w
l atf. i."ik iiii m mill
A HarKteorrte Complexion
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5. 1896
A hoarder late.
A look of hate,
ehanre has cone It's funny.
An Aaora ad.
Laadlady clad. .
. boarder new more money.
WANTED A COOK. .ENQUIRE AFTER
6 o'clock at we Twentieta street.
ANTED A OOOnoTRLFOROEVERAL
mmwwuri Ha Bizieeain aireet.
WANTED FTVE OENTLEMEN. BIO PA V
portrait business. Apply 4 to . till
WANTED AGENTS. LADY OR GENTLF,
maa. to repreaent well eotablnhed
boose. Guaranteed anlarrSiio per moo ih and
noounlsMuns. Address "A.," ABC La office
Endoae atamp tor reply.
TjlOR RENT A NICE FLAT.
-? at 17P0 Third avenue.
fjVOR RENT-TWO LARGE STORE ROOMS
JuJ on shortness nf Pnunh awannat rwl T..n-.v
"ClOR RENT FIVE-ROOM FLAT, fit FJOH-
uiuuw v. w. mm. a mjhar,
MM Nineteenth street.
IjlOR REICTtTBVISHm nrMIU fnv
Aj convenient to bwrinetw eenter irlth hot
wnver neat. Aaareaa JL. . Aaous offloe.
"ClOR RENT SEVEN KOOJI HOCSE ON
A. 8econd avenue: m'MJern convcnlencea
also ail room houe. by JL W. Hunt
"ClOR SALE-CHOICE CITY LOTS FROM
f .J,,U,WU- location you dctre.
CX)R 8ALK-A FINE COTTAGE. LARUE
-A. lot. In hnuth HeiirbtM: nn u hul .
baryaia. Re id; Bros.
"ClOR SAMT-is COTTAGES RANGING
A from fxi to l roo ia pnoe In different
localiUea. Retdy Him.
PR SALE-A (WOH 7 ROOM HoCSE ON
A Twentieth atrcrt lurifrl.il: can be bad a
low lltnire If taken won. Keidy lima.
TOOR SALE A GOOD BARGAIN IN A LOT
A. on t it lb avenue, between Fifteenth and
bizteenth aireeta: tuxltu. Reidy Una.
TjlOR SALE A GOOD LARGE S-ROOM OfIT
, . i?e Fourth avenue: lanre lot. pavlns
- t". ii.is.ui. nciuj uroa.
XjlOR SALE A MODERN IIOrSEOF NINE
7 irniernin street berween
6 i u Seveath avenue, a irood banraia.
"ClOR SALE - inn Wn.L BUY A FINE
a. place on Twenty-Mcond street. Xoatb of
Seventh .hiiii.- I.. i.... . .
Rrlrfv ' " owrsain.
l0?-3"0 WILL BCY A SPI.EN
did S-room house: lot TOilftO: lanre barn
SSS.'t WeU Joc,le1 hlhna d
"ClOR SALE-TVt-OPIFCESOr RESIDENCF
modern. Will take other property la trade
or turn nuvmont u. .. ur.
r - uiw.
IIOK SALE-A TWO-STORY HOUSE.
Mf. T""'" "". P" clear os
;..h.7K.": 'r-1"1" "et. Can
SALE-A NEW MODERN HOUSE ON
s"j i wcniv-nint.il att - - -
w - fVn.sa,j id viavuv. iveiaj i5 roc
TrVH? f&AJV A rmr-tn - e-...
fi - nui ?rJl )7 FIFTH
.u ior investor. Keray Bros.
F'05i1P:A SPLENDID BARGAIN ON
,ZC:.L ' "lreei. netween Srventh
52?Iil5-iei,U?"- ,WO e"ln.: will pay 10
Der Hilt un lnpa.H.B. . t m . -
FH2Ai5"rfX TERRIER PUPPIES BY
enomt. " street. Day
win trmii. r . v.ir '."i "'.r1-
"ClOR TRADE A nvr Btm.
-C en, ne dt, toii-T wi tride foV Kan-
ReidrBroT m " Bemr Irom "
r """r'A ri.vr, resi-
pan ;LX jjrKiouroaa property ia
J a ...?Lv";?.,:i ""v vtNTiNlNv:
T OCT aV tVPLr- n-,.m
"A vrry Uer.1 ,e w.tS libe
Paid, and mm aunt .m- l. i w
SALESMEN WANTED ALL OVER THE
O United States for the -If?" T"E
"LTl'S. -Ve,2 ,,n,re ntnn aod fac
i-.:,.' -".-.-i raoirur Com
' - - ct, .-.ew i ora. . y.
ClLCnr r a i mn srn..-.-
" ttoa.Tl t Revised 8titbe .Bder.
sirned will offer for tale at a-hliTiiZ
...d ld iSS'i, uT,?edTr'e.
April is 18. m a aale on eaK-v!oa MteVS
jademet t reeoveid b. ue V Ite1 w.tes aaal et
Imr an. i.i 117:7" "ee were-
w.A. RKtYK. Solicitor ef the Trea.py.
Bidlaf, lloorlaf , Walusjottlaf
J '. 1
ltk strti. bat. 4th tad itk w
Spot Gash Department
Existing trade continues.
Makes prevailing prices uni
formly lower than ever In
the history ot our wonderful
growing bnsiness alffejs
cheaper than elsewhere. Oar
Toy Exposition is now open.
Ilolidny paicharee cared for
until waoud. This week
we nauie prices on seasonable
merchandise that will be
bread winners to our custo
mers. Visitors equally wel
come as purchasers.
Cloaks, Jackets and Furs.
flain black beaver eloaka. tkm.
quarter length, bos front, plaited
. ik i am niift collar, worth
f 00. for this aale 3 3.1.
Black boucle iacket- ahlnlrf frnat
high collar and new sleeves, quarter
m-Tu. nution trtmraen, usual price
tilt K t . I . m .A I
Tt".uu, tor tnis sale u.ou.
Misses' jacket (ire 8 to 18 years
nne Denver cheviot and boucle. very
latest, (a manufacturer's sample
line. Y.-rv newest atwlnn nt.i.1
frnnta. high collars, poff sleeves and
button trimmed, f I 9. 86.60, t 60
and 88 op to 815. worth 40 per cent
French coney far capes, SO inches
long, 100-inch sweep, 6 inch collar,
fall satin lined, cheap at! 10, for this
1 aC AO
Muffs and Boas.
Black coney muffs, satin lined, full
regular aise, always 81.60: for this
A better black coney muff, down
tilled, well worth 82: for this ..tn
Genuine mink scarfs, dark nntnr
extra long, with patent sprine head.
clawa and tail, worth (2 60; tor this
saie VI o.
Brook mink scarf, snrimrhnarl avlit.
claws and tail, worth 89: for thu ..in
Holiday ostiich boas. VTn h...
just, openea a complete line of re-
trlch boas ranging from 910 to f f.98
PLlUf. . .
v"u a ior seta, mun ana cape
worth f 1 ; f or this sale 60c.
Colored Dress Goods.
10 Dieces mixed anitlno- S.l.li.4
both aides, usual price 23o. for this
saie izjc per yard.
S3-inCh All WOO Rarmi. (Tnnnlnn
in brown, cardinal, nrrti. ..i
black, ususl price 60c, for this u s
64-inch twilled bank- hrn.A.1n.tk
in navy, brown, cardinal, wine and
uiuca. aiways soia at f I, sals price
66-inch boncla pln.Vlnn n ok 1 1
dren's eoats. in red and hi not .
orown ana buck, usual pries 81, for
ewiw fc prr vara.
Clack Dress Goods
88 inch ailk fiaiahad lf.nri.it.
usual price 75c. for this aale 60c per
40-inch black llrl anllnl t. nil
the latest designs, usual pries 81, for
tKIa a.ln ?Kn - I
- ..... f.i jam.
25 inch all wool berre veil! v. us-
ni h'vw njc, ior Mia aaia lue nwr
j ni u.
SCQQEfTIOXS to n OLID AT BCrKfU.
Now Is the time for yon to decide
rhat TOU Wish to nnrrk.ni i.
Christmas gifts. Dj not wait till
the last SAoaeat when everytkieg is
una www woniaaioa. out so ate yoar
selection bow. and have tbe goods
put to one side to be delivered when
yon wish. That is what many of
our customers are doing every day.
We Wish tO call snnri.1 ntL.nl Inn
to this department. It Is not a side
line with us. but is one of tbe mala
features of oar business. It Is one
big crockery store ia itself.
We invite voa taiasaactoar o-ran.t
display of dinner ware, e'nglish and
American Doreelalna. Preach ad
Oermaa Chinas. These goods are ia
opea stock, and can be purchased la
anv number of Dieces. Wa ..
salesmen that have snarl a-i. .
ness a study and wiU tats pleasure
ia snowing you now sets Cab be ssads
no to suit anv amount that tas .
want to invest. Come early and we
will give job sosas spleadld polatara.
mi & niS
When you want
-rjni -.vi f- it ,ymiiir
"A "A. - SB r
THE SCHOM ACKER
Electro-Gold String Pisces
Bav. attained their eelebrlty solely oa aeeoaat of 11 writ. rt,.r..M
publl.17 -xhibiud 1. eompuo.7 lSi Y-vElblrvwI
TI1K HI(HE8T AIYAUO
At the laUrnatloBal Erhibitioa at CrvsUl Palaee. K r la if
Mvr it. ""tv iStlrhomlLni
la 1874. Iititata la thiUdalphia la 18U. 1868. and aai.
A"eri0 tltuU la New Tort la 1858.
At the Maryland lastituU la BalUmora la 1848.
At lbs InteraaUonal Exhibition U I'fclladalphia la lITf.
Tub Sciiomacker Pianos received tub Highest Awards
oxd cosmsToocaLr voa M tbsbb at
4 LADIES OAPZ3.
f rt-a wr T
Am .mtm r a
rnwl a JankMs e re
f wv jsewt.a.atUarS. ees
Vw,t tie ate
CQI LDHESVA JACnXCTS-Ac-v te u
sBafariaMr.' files fx a Ovrfra sr
" - sue S
" l I ft
UZLUZTEIIT-Trlarakal lists at t rer Oent UAmcnt
fW nmtm?H tM Hew far 8XSS. 8AS f aa ser et ea
WTli aVtT-VM tfrr? saxawtef
114 Wast Second Stmt,
BEE O HIVE I
A suit that will be a kummer
for style, tit a&d workman
th!pt Dora's b the place to
sjo. He Is tp to the tlrr.es;
knows where to buy the fab
ric at tie right prices and
how to cut them to a stylish fit.
His suits and top and heavy
overcoats are what dressy men
are looting for. In making up
he leads them all, and you tet
your mon y' worth In trimmings.
Don't forget to lxk at Dora's
line before you order.
TOC WILL WAltT A
WE CAJI frtPfLY EtlUEIf,
I i2, III V. 2: ST VMIWI I
Great Purchase and Sale of
Jackets, Capes, Suits.
.... a ssi ai aa
. . IM
ever we mm We aa Xmm Tree. I