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X1TA KTED BO A RDEB8 AND BOOKERS:
V V prlvUef e of bath. Inquire at MOS Third
XTTANTED-SITCATIO! BT A 15-YEAR-VV
old irtrl as nurse trt'L. or to do second
work. Apply st tbls office.
WASTED BOARD AND ROOM BT
jounff man. with fnvlleire of bath. Cen
tral location. Inquire Abocs ofnoo.
WANTED LADY AND GENTLEMAN
to canvass. Apply corner Fourteenth,
treet and Flrat aveiWci Good wages.
VTANTED-LOCAI. agent to bell
v ins "iicu vype writer, vail at Kocfe Inl
and bnuse Wednesday forenoon. K. A. U rat
ion, special axen. a.
WANTED-SITUATION in store or
totuke order, nr drive waon by voting
nan of I" years. Good address and reliable
Best of city reference. Addreaa 1. Q. Aaoos!
WANTED CANVASSER: SALARY AND
expense weekly from tine atart. tin
oullllfree. Good references required. Choice
f territory by applying Immediately. Like
Ontario Is uneriee, Koouestcr, N. Y.
WANTED SALESMEN TO SELL 100 EX
cellent t oeot cigars with a double cold
l-Tv. C, , "lcu uuuy guaranteed) for
l.i . His Inducements to agents: tlO to tit
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..uwims u r,g. u i uar
company, 5? Dearborn street, Chicago.
"IfTANTED-TO LOAN HONEY ON DIA
J ""I"0, watoheo. Jewelry hardware,
musfoai Instruments, bio voles, elo thine, dry
jrooda. furniture, etc. Highest eaah prices
paid for aecond hand foods of all kind alao.
The above food for sale at half the usual
atore prices. A U bualneaa transaction strictly
confl.lentlal. His new number and location.
I IK Eighteenth atreet. Don't forget It. 1. W.
WATKD-AGENTS FOR "WAR IN
-uba," by Benor Queeada, Cuban rep
resentative at Washington. Kndomed by Cu
ban patriots; In Iremeitdouadcmand: a bonanza
fr agents: oniyli.to; big book; big commis
si!!?''.". Everybody wants tbe only endorsed,
reliable book: outHts free: credit given; freight
Kld. r"p."'i,rh Mdmake MOO a month
with - War In Cuba." Address today, tbe Na
tional Hook Concern, Dearborn atreet.
F-'R'fT-A t-RDOM COTTAGE AT ri
Jtlghth and-a-half avenue.
R RENT HOt:SK rP mrn nnnua
eewcr and water. KS Twenly-nrst street!
nOH SALE TWO HOTELS. GOIJDON &
FR HALVJ-A HOOD Bt'StNESS OPTOR
tunity for party with small capital. Oood
reason fur selling. InvrstlKale quick. 3S3
JlurrUon street. Uurenport.
"fclOR SALE-TWO CHOICE BCILDINQ
lots In Hebnell addition, one southeast
enrnerTwenty-seoood street and Ninth ave
nue, the other southeast corner Twenty-third
street s..d Ninth avenue, will sell on easy
tnns and time to suit buyer. Address T. J.
Jlalpln, MV North Main street, St. Louis, Mo.
IiKJR SALE-OUR PATRONAGE HERB IS
worth over t! n per year without any
ranvassintf. which we can easly prove by our
b.ks. Hut as we have enKsrementa in oiher
cities worth as much per month, we wiah to
sell our lulue here. A. U. Wslxren. tbe
artist of the firm, will Instruct our suooetior
in crayon and air brush work until be Is able
lo practice the work without help and ca-ry
on the business. This is the chance of a life
time for a young man. Call and Investigate
our very rouxinuhlo trrint. Walirren Hros
tuirtrait artists, over M. K. store, KTck
d' A DAY MADE EASILY BY AGENTS
-V" advertising our gooes. Io talking re
nulred. Write tous. Wedotherest. Crown
bupply company, 41b Dearborn street, Chicago.
ATTENTION A NEW MIRROR WORKS
has been established la Davenport: all
kinds of looking glasses made to order and re
silvered: ehlpiied glax slims aNo a specialty.
No. lit Kust ThlrJ street, Davenport.
T B BSTDT
Own Tour On Uamt and Bon It Inmvd.
Insurance and Loans.
Room 4. Mitchell A Lynda b'ng.
Telephone 1002. "
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Treachery Charged in Today's
BAD FAITH IN HENRY COUNTY
Bigelow, Gest and Ramsay
A Swift Acting Body at Har
pers Theatre. '
Mercer county was defeated for
representation on the jndicia.1 ticket
in the new Fourteenth district in the
contention tit Harper's theatre this
afternoon through sharp politloal
items, wnicn me Mercer count j
men proclaimed in open contention
bordered pretty closely on to treach.
er on the part of Henry county.
The convention was a short order
proceeding. All that i; did was
transacted in 60 minutes. It was
late in getting down to business.
Although the hour was 12 o'clock
it was 18:40 when all the delegates
had assembled. Henry and White-
tide had fixed up a combination last
evening, and learning of it. Bock
island got into It with both feet,
leaving poor little Mercer ont in the
cold. But the outcast did not sub
mit without a protest that was vig
orous and earnest to the point of be
ing almost patneue, but which was
unavailing, nevertheless. . The
plucky spokesmen for the county
below us received cheers for their
courage and spunk, but only groans
for their ambition.
Chairman E. E. Parmenter. of the
judicial committee, called the con
vention to order and announced that
the committee had selected Judge
John Hand, of Henry county, as
chairman, and W. L. Lndolph. of
kock isiana, as secretary, upon
motion these officers were made the
permanent officers of the convention.
The reading of the call was dis
pensed with and the chairmen of the
respective delegations were in
structed to hand their lists to tbe
secretary. Tbe lists were presented
and approved, showing delegations
from the different oonnties entitled
to seats as follows: '
The Delegates Praeeat.
Rock Island E. E. Parmenter.
H. A. Ainswortb, Axel Kohler. H.
H. Parks, J. B. Oakleaf. W. J.
Kntrikia, G. W. Johnson. C. W.
Luodahl, P. H. Wetsel, G. W.
Gould, F. A. Johnson, I. Minteer,
A. P. Fisk. G. W. Gamble, B. D.
Connelly, M. M. Sturgeon, W. L.
L.uaoipn. j. j. Koacn. J. u. Haas.
William MoConochie, W. F. Johnson.
b. 1). Sweeney, - J. E. Gustns, B. F.
Knox, J. W. Banson, H. C. Cleave
land, John Swank. J. H. Refter, W.
F. Crawford, George W. McCaskrin.
Frank Naylor, Thomas Campbell.
M. Schoon maker, Geeree B. Henrv.
Charles George, J. W. Simonson, R.
Henry County F. G. Walton. J.
C. Banister, A. W. Albro. 8. V.
Deem, John Root, Clark A by, John
Kewish, T. H. Chesley. Charles E
Sturtz, J. Q. Hill. A. W. Errett, X.
Caverno, W. C. Sticknev. J. Jacob-
don, 8 N. Barker. August Mathis,
John P. Hand, J. V. Streed. E. C.
Graves, Thomas Nowers, Harry E
urown. wuuam h. coster, Mahlon
Love. W. H. Lyman, John N. Mor
gan. E. II. Ash. W. W. Cole, A. R.
Mock, N. B. Gould. T. S. Brown, H.
Whiteside County J. F. Utlev.
Thomas Diller, Walter Stayer. M.
John, H. C. Ward, V. S. Ferguson,
u. c croosneia, earner urawiora,
C. Burkholder, I. N. Martin, C. A.
Brown. C. A. GiSord, Georre Par.
menter. R. L. Burchell. G. N. Mason,
Otcar Woods, Charlea Bent, L. L.
Stocking. K. A. Smith. C. C. Fuller.
A. V. Viner. J. W. White. William
Parker. J. H. Mother, William
Mathis. H. C Besse, William Mitchell
and J. W. Broadhead.
Mercer County James McKinnev.
Jsmes Cummins. D. X. Blazer. J.
w. imiey, i u. Ktrkpatrick. Dr. E.
raine's Celery Compound
It make the weak strortfY
We sell and recommend it?
T. E. THC1IAS,
1630 Second Ave.
L. Emerson, Ed Hammond, W. H.
BIsselL E. E. Emeriek, G. W.
Bridger. L. B. Morey, J. M. Brock.
L. D. Thomason. J. H. Green, D. S.
Holmes, Fred Crosby.
' Upon motion of Delegate Sweeney
tbe roll of counties was read for pre
sentation of candidates for tbe judge
ship, nominating speeches being dis
pensed with. The result was as fol
lows: Hiram Bigelow, of Henry, by F. G.
Wei ton; J. H. Connell, of Mercer, by
James McRinnej; W. H. Gest, of
Rock Island, by M. M. Sturgeon ; F.
G. Ramsay, of Whiteside, by William
' Mr. MeKinney. of Mereer county,
thereupon moved that Judge Hiram
Bigelow, of Henrv, and Hon. W. H.
Gest, of Rock Island, be declared the
nominees of the convention for cir
cuit judges by acclamation. The
chair put the motion and it prevailed
by a rising vote, and the two candi.
dates mentioned were declared duly
The roll call of counties was the
order for a formal vote on the other
two candidates. M M. Sturgeon, of
Bock Island, moved that the ballot
be informal. James McKinnev
moved that the vote be formal. "Mo
one is here for empty honor." said
Mr. MeKinney, "and we may as well
get through." So the, vote was made
The Trouble Begins.
Henry county was tbe first on the
list, and Mercer was evidently cocked
and primed for what followed then.
Answering to the call of its name
Henry cast 31 votes for Ramsay, of
Whiteside. D. N. Blazer.of the Mercer
county delegation, was at once on his
feet. He demanded the roil call of
the Henry county delegates. The
steering committee of the Henry
county delegation had informed
Mercer county, he protested, that it
would receive many of the votes of
the delegation, and Mereer county
did not propose to have the gag rule
F. G. Welton, chairman of the
Henry county delegation, replied
that the delegates had exercised
their individual preferences, and
that the chairman had been author
ized to cast the solid vote.
James MoKinney, of Mereer coun
ty, declared that the republican
party was opposed to the unit rule
in politics. It had worked enough
injury to tbe republicans and the vote
of Henry county should in all fair
ness be canvassed.
Judge Ward, of Henry county, re
plied that complaint as to the man.
ner in which Henry county was vot
ing should come from Henry county,
and Thomas No wars of Henry conn,
ty, took the same view.
L. D. Thomason, of Mercer, protest
ed that Hemy was not acting in eood
'aith. . He held that both Rock Island
and Heury had assured Mercer that
while they had agreed to stand to
gether, neither would interfere in
the fight as a county, between Mer
cer and Whiteside.
J. W. White, of Whiteside, rose to
a point of order under the roll call.
unairman Hand ruled the prevail
ing motion out of order and the roll
James H. Brock,-of the same coun
ty, made an extensive and feeling
plea for simple justice. Conduct that
would in ordinary cases be
termed as hvoocritioal. dia.
honest and cowardly, and should
not be employed in a political con
vention, mercer county did not pro
pose to be driven out of a republican
convention. It had stood by Rock
tsiana and iienry in the past and
would support the nominees of the
convention, .but it protested that it
unu sot oeen treated lairly, and the
speaker said it was dene in all earn
estness and candor, and.that Mercer
county knowing that it was useless
to do so, nevertheless cast her 16
votes for James H. Connell. Rock
Island cast 20 for Ramsay and 17 for
Connell, and Whiteside plumped 28
ior namsay, wnicn gave mm 79 to
33 ior connell. tbe total number of
votes cast being 112, with 57 neces
sary for a choice. Mr. Ramsay was
tnereupon declared the third nomi
nee for judge. '
The roll of counties was then
called for members of the judicial
committee with the following result:
Henry. T. H. Chesley; Mercer, J. H.
Connell; Rock Island, J. B. Oakleaf;
Wniteside. 11. C. Ward.
J. L. Haas, of Rock Island, pre.
sen ted a resolution setting forth that
in view of the question existing as
to tbe legality of the election of
judges now nominated to be voted
for in June under the new apportion.
ment, and moved that in the event
of a court ruling to the contrary, the
delegations from the various coun
ties act as such in whatever district
to which they might be assigned.
It was adopted and the convention
. The will of George W. Mixter was
probated in the county court yester
day. To his daughter. Miss Carrie
L. Mixter, he leaves the homestead
nnd furnishings ; and divides
equally among the four children,
William G.. Frank. Charles K. and
Miss Carrie L. Mixter, the remain-
der ol bis estate, save a number of
mementoes which are distributed
among the family. The will was
draw May 31, 1893, and names as
executors thereof Frank snd Charles
K. Mixter, who are to servo without
In tbe will of Cant. John B. Frlek.
of South Molina, probated yester.
aay, ine testator bcqneatas all bis
property to nis wile, sars. lame x
Cascareta stimulate liver, kidneys
ana bowwib a ever sicxen, weaken
or gripe; lOoanu.
attest ra Chtcakga. -
Superintendent of Schools and Mrs.
R. ti- -Young returned 8atnrday
evening from Chicago, where they
were attending tbe state convention
of child study. They report a most
Interesting meeting ana a large at
tendance, not only of the members
of the association in thia state, but
the leaders of the child study move
ment from all parts of the country.
Wednesday there was a conference
between the child study section and
the leading Sunday school workers.
Dr. F. W. Gunsaulus presiding, it
which the subject considered was
increased efficiency of the Sunday
School, and papers were presented
on "The Preparation of the Sunday
scnooi xeacber," by Dr. waiter l.
Hervey, president of the Teachers'
college. New York, and "Pedagogy
In the Sunday Scbool." by D- L.
Kiehle. profeasor of pedsgogy. of the
University of Minnesota. Thursday
evening, Friday and Saturday was
the congress proper, and it is spe.
dally significant that this is the first
time tnat tbe congress has recog
nized the kindergarten. Thursday
evening the subject was "The Rela
tion af tbe Kindergarten to Child
Study." and those taking part were
James L. Hughes, inspector of
schools. Toronto; Mrs James L.
Hughes, Toronto; Miss Lucy Woee
lock, Mrs. Alice H. Putnam and
others. Friday morning at the
Schiller theatre occurred three very
interesting addresses. Addresses
notable in that they marked the first
attempt to make child stndy prac
ticable, or rather that they attempted
to adapt child study to existing con.
ditions, and not adapt existing con.
ditions to child stndy. The first ad
dress was bv Dr. Krohn, of the Uni
versity f Illinois, and the subject
was "Child 8tudy in the School."
This was followed by "Morbid States
in unuanood and Brain Hygien,"
by Dr. Colin A. Scott, and "Child
Stndy for Class Work," by Prof. L.
H. Galbreath, of the Illinois Sate
Normal university. Dr. Krohn's ad
dress was especially Interesting and
excited, a very animated discussion
in which most of the prominent edu
cators present took one position or
snotner until one was compelled to
reflect, "when doctors disagree,
etc." There were two afternoon
meetings, in one of which the physi
cal side of child study was discussed,
and the other the department of the
Kindergarten, in wtaicn tbe tbeme
was, "Art and Childhood."
Saturday was the crowning day in
that both sessions were addressed by
G. Stanley Hall, president of Clark
university, Worcester, Mass., tbe
great apostle of child study. The
subject of the morning was. "The
Period of Adolescence, Its ' Posiiblli
ties and. Dangers." The afternoon
address was, "Problems, Prospects
and Methods for Future Work and
Organization." Dr. Hall is a most
pleasing speaker and Central Musio
nsii was crowded to hear him.
One thing noticeable about this
congress was that it seemed to form
a common platform for the meeting
of the Mothers' clubs, the Kinder.
garten, the Sundav school worker
and the teacher, all drawn by that
one subject of common interest, the
cbiid and the realization of his high,
est possibilities. One was forcibly
reminded of what Dr. Talsiiage said
the other night of reinforcement, and
one distinctively thinks, od speed
any agent that amalgamates and
unifies the home and tchodl, their in.
terests and aims. J
A roan horse attached to a buggy
dashed up Second avenue ' about 10
o'clock last night. Chief Etzel and
a crowd of men pursued the runaway
animal, but could not atop it. The
horse, which is supposed to ha'e
started from Milan, continued on
Charles Gray, a stranger in the
city, who says he hails from Mis
souri, where the people have to be
"shown," was fined $25 and costs in
Magistrate Schroeder's court yester
day afternoon for carrying concealed
weapons. He went to the cooler in
default of the settlement of the as
sessment. Gray was arrested by Of
ficer Miller for putting a bullet
through one of Beardsly A Bailer's
plate glass windows. He was prac
tising with the gun with some
friends in "cracker alley." He
missed the target and : the ball
whizzed across the street, grazing
the head of Henry Blocker, who was
coming up Second avenue. Gray
had a pair of brass knuckles in his
Old people who require medicine
"K"aw tus Doweis and kidneys
will find the true remedy in Electric
Bitters. Thia m.H Sati va A rnn Tint:
vtasvtttV UVVII a-w-
stimulate, and contains no whisky
nor outer intoxicant, but acts as a
tonie and alterative ' I .. mUrllv
on the stomach and bowels, adding
strengtn and giving tone to the or
gans, thereby aiding nature in the
performance nf tt inu.
trie Bitters is an excellent appetizer
buu aiui uigeauon. uid people nna
it just exactly what they need. Price
50 centa per bottle at Harts UUe.
meyer's drag store.
Cascareta Oanrlw rvf !,..-;, thm
most wonderful medical discovery of
pieasant ana refreshing to
the taste, act gently and positively
on the bowels, cleansing the entire
system, dispel colds, cure headache,
fever, habitual constipation and bil
iousness. Please buy and trv a box
of a C. C. today; 10. 2. id eeata.
Sold sad guaranteed to eon by all
Shoes in blacks and colors which are unapproachable for style and wearing qualities equaTf
to any regular $3.00 shoes elsewhere. -
Sen that line of Chocolate Laoe la all Kid
and Cloth Tops they are beauties t0 f ft
fine and flexible
02.18 Spot Cosh.
See that Chocolate Button, cloth top, fine 0 f Q
flexible, glove fitting . IO
82.18 Spot Cash.
Sale Ends Saturday. May 8.
IT 13 HANDSOME INDEED.
The Haw Bten Abtat to be Opeaed bv 81
. . , aaoa A Moeeafelder. ,
In their own building at 1709 and
1711 Second avenue, formerly occu
pied by the Molntyre-Beck company,
the enterprising firm of Simon &
Mosenfelder have fitted up a sloth
ing store that for artistio taste and
elaborate finish is paramount to any.
thing in this vicinity. The whole
store , has undergone a change until
now it presents the thorough-going
appearance of a metropolitan cloth
log house. The entire furnishings
are of oak, supplemented with hand,
some fixtures designed and built by
tbe Kock Island Lumber cV Manufac
turing company, including modern
display cases for the different lines,
handsome, mirrors, wall cases, etc.
Both floors will be oecnpied, the
lower one being covered by the cloth
ing display proper with a convenient
children's department in the rear,
while the one above will accommo
date the trunk and valise display, and
also the reserve stock. Ia a few
words, the store is complete ia every
respect, and while reflecting great
credit on its owners tor their enter,
prising spirit, should redound to
their interest in gratifying results in
a business way.
'I. jury tm Am Ae lyaey.
Mrs. Amanda Edgington, of Ed
gington t'jwnthip, met with a severe
accident yesterday morning in being
thrown from her buggy a short dis
tance froim her home and sustaining
a shoulder dislocation, together with
a fracture of the nose and a sknll in
jury. She is 73 years old, and her
extreme age gives occasion for the
freatot anx'ety as to the effect of
Tbe Ssetasa Haatk.
The directors of the Bock Island
Savings bank yesterday met and
elected the following officers for the
President J. M. Buford.
Vice President John Crubaugh.
Cashier P. Greenawalt.
Cupid breaks his bow at the sight
of a face full of pimples. Hollow
cheeks, sunken eyes, and a sallow
complexion will defy his best inten
tion a. - Beauty is more than skin
deep. Tbe skin is merely the sur
face on which is written ia plain
characters the condition of tbe body.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery is good for the complexion be
cause it makes th. whole body
healthy because it clears and puri
fies tbe blood, makes the digestion
strong and clears out impurities of
a!I kinds. By increasing the ability
to assimilate nutritious food, and so
mtke solid, healthy flesh. It caret
diseases of the lungs, liver, stomach,
bowels, skin and scalp, simply be
can as all these diseases spring from
the same cause a disordered diges
tion and consequent impure blood.
If yon want to quit tobacco using
easily aad forever, be made well,
strong, tnagnetie, toll of new life aad
vigor, take No-To-Bao, tbe wonder
worker that makes weak mea strong.
Many gala tea pounds la tea days.
Over 400.000 eared. Buy Ho-To-Bae
from your own druggist, who will
guarantee a en re. Booklets and sain-
glee mailed tree. Addrea Sterling
emedy csaTpaay, CUeago or JTew
MONDAY, MAY 3, we shall offer for "CASH" a line tyM
You Do Not
To See the Value of the
FANCY - CHAINS
We are making a featare this week. Ton will
see at once they are jut what you want.
W. S. HOLBROOK
108. 106 and 107 East Beeoad Street, DAVENPORT.
PIKES - POLISH
At WRIGHT & BARBER'S you can get your
black shoes shlned free of charge. Drop In and
have them polished.
The Newest and Noblest line of
1704 Second Awe.
LCarsrs) easel Crevassswsvats
QJ:r end Vtls C3t:t:d
H D. FOLSOM, Jeweler.
irej Secofid Aressx
Fine Black Vial. lace aad button, swell
ehoe, glove fitting aad every pair war- n n
raated. this week... ...f.. ......
02.18 Spot Ccshe
See that Chocolate Button, all kid. fine 9 If)
flexible, glove fl tting I II
02.18 Spot Cash.