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2 THE AliQUP, FBIDAY, JUNE 4. 1C97. . ' '
Dany aad Weekly at MM
neck iiiiaj m iimbi u -
J. W. Porni
lUlKiuai la advene K.M.
An HMamioMlaM of poltusal or niMb
we aUnil r. political or rallafeaa, aost e
Ml aaaae attach lor pabUcatkm. Be sack
Srttele win prlated vr IcUttoaa samataraa-
raniasu satinet aaHottad froa arm kUi I
i tow dsonnty. fj .lOgeM. An ordinary lifetime ia not too
Fbioai, J cue 4. 1897.
eeratle J edlefcU Ticket.
Tot unf of tke Bupreme Court, Sixth DU-
B. X. B0T8F0RO Eum
rorjodcaaot tbe Circuit Coon, Fourteenth
Ty O. BCOTT Kaacaa Coubit
M. I. AWDERSOW BlBBT CoUKTT
CALEB C. JOHNSON ...WaiTBSIDS CotJICTT
Thi Woodmen, thrice Tictoriona,
wars Indeed thrice welcome home.
' Gilbert Parser, the dramatist,
haabeenln tarn a Canadian bear
hunter, a dramatic critic, an editor,
novelist and a playwright. He ia
still on the right aide of five-aod.
Bexatob Ccllom, of Illinoia, pro
poiea an amendment to the tariff bill
reducing tbe tax on distilled spirits
to 70 cents a gallon. Let na see!
Peoria ia in Illinois. Keokuk Col
Utation.Democrat. Mm Ellen Tebrt takes immense
pains over each of her stage cos
tames. She never wears anything
but real lace, and every bit of em
broidery stitched on her gowns is
done by hand, often from a design
applied by herself.
- The faroitare makers in Grand
Rapids, Mich., where a great deal of
! inrmture has been made in recent
years, are now complaining that
there is a large falling off in the de
Band for their productions, and
they attribute it all to the bicycle.
They say that before everybody and
hie frienda took to wheeling in every
leisure hoar there was much visiting
. evenings and Sundays, and people
, were pleated to have their homes
i furnished handsomely, even expens
' Ively, bnt now all this is changed,
aid the eomforta of home have be
( eome secondary to the possession of
I the best wheel and the most com
l fortable saddle.
Ha aa Baal aa It Might Be.
The Springfield Register seeks to
. eonsole Itself that the Allen bill is
I not nearly as bad aa ita predecessor
f In the Humphrey bill in the follow
' lag fashion: "The attitude of the
; prose of the state toward the Allen
bill It far different from what It was
toward tbe Humphrey bills even
the Chicago papers, as a rnle, show
ing a disposition to be more reason
able. This certainly indicates that
the proposed street railway legisla
tion la not vicious, but sitnolv a
question of expediency. When leg
j ialation assumes that form the peo
? pie are not disposed to unduly critl
f else the action of their represen
, tatives, even though corporate
interests may favor the legislation.
The preservation of full local gov
ernment and control In the disposal
of franchises under tbe Allen bill
insures that the people's interests
will be conserved, or else popular
representative government la a fail
ure. The enactment into law of the
Alien bill cannot contravene local
government tbe rights of the peo
ple will be in the hands of the peo
ple of the municipalities, end they
Bay be depended upon to see that
BO rights are lost."
(' Kdaeatlna For Trades,
"I engaged that man because he haa
been in the business sinco he was 15
years old," said a merchant to his friend
aa a new employee passed oat of the of
fice. "Say what you will about the
adaptability of well grown people or tbe
possibility of training a man to a cer
tain occupation after he has reached
maturity, all tbe name, my experience
jdoea not ookiclde with that view of tbe
uaau. a ora wtu in dusidcsji au years,
j aad I find my bent help among those
Who have made the occupation their life
i work. To be euro, they get cranky some-
sunea an rail into rata, as we say, but
that ia no worm than the opinionated,
obstinate tenacity of the man who has
done .business for himself and has an
CX CCR-NAUGaTON, SpwCBJart,
, a LTr-N Ktmn
tl Z-!, rrnotiai.
idea tnat be nnaerstands tmaHieas prln
"Every occupation has ita traditions,
its dialect; you may say; its usages and
neceasitiea also, and a very large item it
is in ita possibilities. And while com
mercial affairs are all managed on tbe
same general basis, it ia not easy to fit
one occupation into tbe same grooves aa
another one rum in. I have an idea that
this same theory holds good in trades of
all aorta and that tbe mechanic is more
valuable if be acquired bis deftness of
Hand Willie lie vsam an annrentioa in hi
jong ia wnicn 10 learn all mere ia to
know about business, and tbeeailier one
takea to it tbe more likely be is, all oth
er things being equal, to make pro
Don need success of it." New York
Pulmonary diseases killed 416 per
sons at Chicago during: the month of
The Salvation Army won a victory
over Evanston (Chicago suburb). Sev
en members of the Evanston post, on
trial for obstructing; the streets and
beating; instruments to the annoyance
and detriment of business -men, were
acquitted by a Jury of six men.
While Louis Cook, unmarried, of Mc
Cord. was walking; through the woods
at Tomahawk. Wis., his rifle was ac
cidentally discharged, killing him in
stantly. Five California couples have been
married in Nevada within the past week,
brought to Carson by the recent iavf in
that state which provides that divorced
persons shall not marry inside of one
year from the time of obtaining such
David 'Wilson, the colored murderer,
was hanged at Morrlstown, N. J. Wil
son murdered his wife in a tenement on
June 6, 186, by chopping her with an ax.
A whale family of girls, four in num
ber and daughters of Josh Trickle, of
Monroe, Wis., were taken to the Mil
waukee industrial school for girls.
Eva Martin, a Chicago girl, wanted
short hair. So Eva took a pair of scis
sors to the basement of the Graham
school, snipped oft one of her braids and
then told a fairy tale about Jack the
Twenty-two thousand and odd citizens
of San Francisco have asked President
McKlnley to make his uncle, Benjamin
McKinley, postmaster at San Francisco.
Joseph Howard, Jr., of New York, has
been elected president of the Interna
tional League of Press Clubs.
The justices of the supreme court
of Illinois unanimously selected Justice
Jesse J. Phillips as chief justice, vice
Chief Justice Magruder, term expired.
Charles Pinkerton, accused of the
murder of his nephew, Charles Pinker
ton, is on trial at LaPorte, Ind.
Major General O. O. Howard is the
newly elected president of the Congrega
tional Home Missionary society.
Mnltnlr n Orgaolie I'nlon.
Chicago.Juhe 4. Representatives man
ufacturers of malt from nearly every
state In the Union met here yesterday
and formed the United States Malsters'
association. The objects of the associa
tion are said to be purely those of mu
tual benefit and the correction of certain
abuses connected with the trade. The
leaders in the movement are emphatic
In declaring that the association Is not a
trust, as It will not regulate prices nor
TtorthwrMern Derlitrrs Dividend.
Chicago, Jure 4. The annual meeting
ef the directors of the Chicago and
Ncrthwestf rn road was held yesterday
and although thennar.cialshr.wing of the
road wa not as geed as that of last
year the directors were able to declare a
quarterly dividend of lfc per cent, on
preferred stock, and a half yearly divi
dend r.f 24 prr cent, on common. All
the old officers were re-elected.
Thara la Rotates; so Qood.
There is nothing just as good aa
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds, so de
mand it and do not permit the dealer
to sell yon some substitute. He will
not claim there is anything better,
but in order to make more profit he
may claim something else to be just
as good. You want Dr. King's New
Discovery because you know it to
be safe and reliable, and guaranteed
to do good or money refunded. For
Coughs, Colds, Consumption and
for all affections of Throat, Chest
ana Lungs there is nothing so good
as is Dr. King's New Discovery.
Trial bottle free at Harts & U'le
meyer's drug store.
Regular size 50 cents and $1.
Solatia KkaosBattaaa Cotod.
L. Wagner, wholesale druggist,
Richmond. Va., says: "I had a fear
ful attack of aoiatio rheumatiam.
was laid up almost two months; was
fortunate enough to get Mystio Cure
lor rheumatism. This cured me
after doctor's prescriptions had
tailed to have any effect." Sold by
who urotjan, taui second avenue,
droggiat. Rock Island; GustSchlegel
A Son, 220 West Second street, Dav-
Cat carets Candy Cathartic the
most wonderful medical discovery of
the age, pleaaant end refreshing to
the taste, act gently and positively
ou the towels, cleansing the entire
system, aiapei eoiaa, cure aeaaaene,
fever, habitual oonstlpatlon and bil
iousness. Please buy aad try e box
of CCC today; 10. 15. 56 cents.
8old and guaranteed to euro by all
As an honest remedy Foley's Honey
and Tar does not bold out (alee hopes
in advanced stages, but truthfully
claims to give comfort and relief in
the very worst eases, aad ia the
early stagea to effect a care. Sold
j by M. F. bahnsen and T. H. Thomas.
When bilious or costive eat a Caa
earet, oaady cathartic, euro guaran
teed. 10 Mats. SS eanta.
1 1 . yj1"
Lynching Spirit Met in Ohio with
a Deadly Volley.
TWO OF TEE CEO WD AEE C0BPSE8
And Several Others Receive Wounds
.That Are More or Lesa
ail Bealagaa by at Crowd That Bowled (or
tbe Blood or Negro Wbo Bad Been
Ballroadad to Tweoty Yean Imprison
ment for Aaaanlt on Woman Stat
. Gaard Finally Fires Volley Story of
Trial Tfcai Lasted bnt n Fow Minute
and Ita ScqneL
TJrbana, O, June 4. The climax In the
Mitchell outrage culminated at 2:30
this morning when the militia opened
fire on the crowd and shot twenty
rounds. The volley resulted In Harry
Bell, of this city, being shot through the
head and killed Instantly. A young man
named Hagins was shot through the
body and killed Instantly. Dennis Gran
cey, of TJrbana, was shot In the right
foot. Dr. Charles Thompson, of North
Lewisburg, received a slight wound on
the forehead. Wesley Rowen, of Cable,
was shot In the hip and wounded badly.
Bay Dickinson, living near the city, was
shot In the shoulder. Ray McClure, of
TJrbana, was shot through the muscle
of the right arm. Gus Weier, who was
rtanding on the street, received a slight
wound on the face, and JohnWank was
shot in the foot.
Gave Them Three Xlnntea to IMspeme.
When the shooting occurred a crowd
of 1,000 people stood congregated around
the jail. It had been rumored that an
attempt would be made to take Mitchell
from the jail and hang him. The crowd
was more boieterous than at any time
since the prisoner had been confined in
the Jail. The crewd was howling for the
prisoner and more determined to secure
Mitchell. It had crowded into the jail
yard and was crowding toward the Jail.
Captain George W. Leonard, in com
mand cf the militia, addressed thecrowd
nd gave them three minutes to disperse.
There was a general rush from the jail
yard, but the crowd again returned.
Crowd Breaks Into a Panic.
The ncise had subsided ard the dem
orHration was less pronour.d. Fully
a half hour had elapsed from the time
the order was given, when the roaringof
musketry was heard. As many as twen
ty shots were fired into the crowd. There
was a general panic for awhile, and the
dead and wounded were carried in every
direction in search of doctors' offices.
Dr. Robert Henderson, Dr. M. M.
Pearce, Dr. J. C. Burcher and Dr. Hav
ens were all called into service and their
offices looked like a regular hospital.
BAD BEEN LOOKING FOR TROUBLE.
It Was Feared the Militia Might Go too Far
and Fire on the Mob.
Trouble, had been looked for during
the nichl and it was fnrp? that the
militia would go too far and fire into
the crowd. The affair is horrible and
has embittered the feeling to intensity.
The streets are crowded and the most
Intense excitement prevails. Now that
the ptople have seen their neighbors
shot down the foeling Is getting very
Intense. The people are worked up and
there ma vhpmrrpitrniitilo Th.hnihaMin
advancirp on the jail at 1:30 a. m. The
jail was surrounded ny the militia and
a sheriff's posse, and had been so all
day. But the mob would not be held
back. It had been threatening all day
to lynch the prisoner, who had been
practically railroaded to oenitentiarv
for twenty years.
The prisoner was tried last night The
grand Jury was Impanelled yesterday
and reported at 8:30 last night its ex
amination of five witnesses and the in
dictment of Charles Mitchell, colored,
for the criminal assault of Mrs. Eliza
Gaumer. white. The court thanked the
Jury ff-r its "good day's work." Then
Sheriff McLean and his deputies brought
Mitchell It to court In a soldier's uni
form. As the militia was on duty about
the court house and the jail this dis-
cuiae f-f thF nrfftsmoi wnrlroil n.rfiuttv
The crowds that were about the grounds
ana in the streets aid not know what
was coini; on. and thns vhn mvXTit.h.
ell en route from the jail to the court
nouse did not recognize him.
The doors to the court house were all
guarded by the militia. Prosecuting At
torney V'alte represented the state,
and Attorney Flaugher the pris
oner. With the military about
the building and the crowds
outstil.? Mitchell was badly scared. He
waived the readine- of the Inrtlrtmonr
pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to
the extreme limit for criminal assault
twenty years. The hearing occupied
only a Tew moments. The court nHn
the sheriff to take the prisoner to Co
lumbus last night
After Mitchell wan HntpnrMl ,v jwrnr
there was trouble again. It was thought
tnat the officers might get Mitchell
through the crowd disguised as a sol
dier, but his color prevented this plan
and a carriage was driven up to the
, It M, . . . . .
jxii. iota roe moo oroKe in ana de
manded thp Tiritnpr TYia 4b n w
strongly guarded by the militia and the
saeriii leu saie so long as he did not
venture cut The governor refused to
sena troops to tTrbana last night.
Trivial Cauae for a Divorce Suit
Milwaukee. June 4. WllHom tt--
a wealthy farmer residing in Oakwood,
near mis city, caned "twenty" while
rlaylng "sixty-six" with his wife and
had not a Dair in his h.mi .1
Ai a result the Wendt family appeared in
juaeg ma wig s court where Mrs. Wendt
Is suing for a divorce. The judge, after
hearing a part of the evidence, declined
to grant a divorce and advised the
couple to cut the cards and try new
Bay-TtaMtty. TOB; wnd.t.SSaaT.
nT3 frasa creastery.
es cows aad aeSonv
apdag LaaAs-fJUO aad $1 a aaad.
VV. II. PALMER,
"Saved Prom the Horrors of Na
- tiathm" by Dr. Miles' Nervine.
a COUGH does not always Indicate
consumption. Mr. W. H. Palmer, of
Waterloo, Iowa, writes: "I was taken
with a nervous stricture of the bronchial
tubes, which developed Into nervous pros
tration. I was so weak I could not sit op. I
got no sleep for days except when under the
Influence of opiates. For four months I suf
fered agonies and prayed that I might die
and be at rest. One
physician said I had
consumption, for I had
a cough that gave me
no rest. But a good
old physician whose
medicine had failed,
advised me to use Dr.
Nervine and I thank God that It has bright
ened my days, lengthened my life and saved
me from the horrors of nervous prostration.'
Dr. Miles' Remedies are sold by all drug,
gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle
benefits or money refunded. Book on Heart
aad Nerves aent free to all applicants.
DR. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind.
The popping of a
cork from a bottle of
Hires is a signal of
good health and plea
sure. A sound the
old folks like to hear"
the children can't
is composed of the
very Inxredients the
Eystem requires. Aiding
tlie diirestiou. soothing
tlio nerves, purifying
the blood. A temper
ance d. lnk for temper
Th. ClwilM E. Ulhm Ok.PUl.
. . . IMPORTANT. . i
TmtODBH 8iBprK Car Lrmn
The Southern Railway and Queen tt Crescent
Route have established a through line of Bleep
ing cars between Louisville. Ky., and Atlanta,
Ga., on the following improved schedules :
10. 10 pm.
Lv.... LOUISVILLE.. .Ar.
Ar.. . . LEX I NOTON . . . Lv.
Ar.. CHATTANOOGA .Lv.
Ar. ltOME Lv.
Ar. ATLANTA Lv.
Close Connection made at Lexington with
through sleeping car for Knoxville, Tenn Hot
-i -r.- ... uu ua poiniB in
North and South Carolina.vm Harriman Janction.
m Huwwusa wiin laraan trains lor
Birmingham. Mendinn and New Orleans.
At Atlanta for Macon, Brunswick, Savannah,
Ingnsta, Florida, and all points in the Southeast.
FOO) aCHBDULBS OS OTHBK THAIN0 Sia
aouTHBRM n-r Tine tslb.
J. C. BBAK,
rtkwtstem Pmssmgtr Atmt, So sidmmt St CUru, m.
w". A. TVatX, WM. R. TAT1VOB,
ItKB-ml Pturngtr Aetnt, Ant. OamlhimivW
GET THE BE3T
Ail Work Qnarmstead-
l0 THIRD AVERT
The mat fern
dy tor neivous
of either sex.
such as Nervous
Fainae- or Lnal
orry. exeeaalve sac of To
boooo or Ortra, which load uinaianTiiiwIiai anal
taaaolty. "with, every 0 order we fire a wro
Y guarantee to ear or rerand the aaoney
. per box. bona lor eVaOoV. ftsV
an laTTit, cental, Paoapol, Okie.
I fJxi 1 JC I CSS
JVrTl J k V. oases
" T-J jf era
aaiaaa aao arA Dsua.
rol KROrm. Wontml Off
Professional Cards. I
MoCAfiKRDg A lfoCASKBIH.
Ataorneys a Law.
Btoek Island aad mi..
oeteovOTabMhUlhn atore; kuaa
esse oa Hala himi "w, s
JACKSON A HTJBST,
BMeeta Book Iataad H attoaal
J. J. ROACH.
Attorney m Law.
nmSZSi,0 aaey. Of
noe over J7OT Seoood a venae.
WM. L. LDDOLPH.
Attorney at Law.
-y.Eg. Oonwral Local Bnai-
cue, Buford bloek.
Attorneys aad CounoeOors at taw.
Offloe In Bengston Block.
CHARLES J. SEARLE.
Attorner at Law.
07Lbnl(nea of an kinds promptly
attended to. State a Attorney ofKofc
Attorneys at Law.
taa money on good aaeurlty i make
collections. Befereaoe, MteaeU
Lynda, bankers, Office, tUtehell A
Lynde Building. a
a L. SILYIS,
Over Krell A llsths, 1 Seeondave.
DR. J, D. UN ANGST.
Offloe, Roorn a, Whitaker Bloek,
eorner Third and Brady streeta, Dim
N. Y. DENTAL PARLORS,
118 K. Third 8t, Davenport.
For painless Uling with the eteetrie
eataphone. Painless extraetlng. All
work at one-half the nsual orlaea.
Guaranteed for 10 years. -
DR. CHAS. M. ROBERTSON,
Ere, Bar, Nose and Throat Only.
OS OfflAA. WhtH,WM niMb a-. . k ,
B corner of Third and Brady atraeta,
B Davenport, Iowa. Rooms 17 nad is.
.viua. w 9V e. sn., I to a p. SB.
JAMES P. HUBBELL,
Arehiteet and Superintendent.
; Room 41, Mitchell Lynde building,
i third floor.
Archlteota aad Snpaalutaudanta,
Boom It. afltflhall A T.vnAa Rn1MtB
Beaond Boor. "
BENRT GAETJE, Prop.
Cut Flowers aad Designs of an Kinds
City store. 1S07 Soaond avenno. Tate.
! J. C GRABBE,
Publlo Aeeoontaat aad Aadltor.
1 514 Western Ave. Davenport, Iowa.
'ugene J. Curns
: Bay, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried company repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable comparf
oa. ma. a. w
The woman who does
the washing; travels
from pole to pole and
crosses the line many
times. She soon learns
from experience that
she can save time, money and labor by using
the best, purest and most economical soap made.
She also discovers that clothes washed with
Santa Clans look better and last longer than they
do when washed with ordinary soap. Santa Clans
is sold everywhere. Aslc for it Made only by
THE If. K. FALRBANK COMPANY, CUC2XD.
fcMCAGO medical institute
Oar Nleetrle ataehina for the treataMnl of Herreas
Pinna, Baenmarlsni, and X Bay Work,
KBVOD8 DEBILITT Ezhaastlve dralat, lwpleaseeer. Urea ten ed Ic
CATARRH Dyspepsia, Aatkma, Raeamatlsm. Berorola, Sjpkllli. BlooL
auoney, uvor ana nam ejaeaBaa aaa as
VARICOCELE Is tbe saost aetlve
an His wia uthon whan we faaiaaaas
WOMEN Suffering from diseases peeoIUr to their eez should eonsnlt mil
S eared nuniy cases gtraa a asBBBilasa, and wessay hs able as ears yea. Buret 4
operatloea performed at your bobm If desired. Abdaatlnal and brsia aazgerj a speclalLy
FACIAL BLMISHS Snperflaons heir removed.
0 ONLY CURABLK CASKS TaOI i
DR. J. E.
OFFICK U W. Third St. M oCalloagh, BaUdlac, DaTenport. Iowa.
A cycling ouTma.
With an easy-running Stearns Bicycle you can save enough
time to enable you to take delightful outings.
The Stearns is called the Yellow Fellow because of its orange
finish; we have it in black if you prefer.
Ask our agent or send direct for beautiful '97 "Year Book."
E. C STEARNS & CO..
Sybacuse, N. Y., BrrrAi.o. N. V.,
ToaorTO, O.TT. Sa Francisco. CaL,
C A. 8PEXCER, Agent, Rook Island.
THE BEST JUDGE
Of what constitute good beer is the nan who
drinks beer ia the same way that he eats hie meals whenever
he feels he wants it. Good judges will tell you that Bock Isl
and beer is the finest product of wult aad hops to be fonn 1
anywhere and that's good enough for Bock Island people.
ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO
Chronic, Nervous and
of both sexes:
fjnjsv aae penoaosoy aajoa by sat aavanaetf rya.
eaoae of nerrons debility. wh tree.
yea a aasmanaat aua at anaa asaa a ens aatalai.
m n wm paaiai
You are aware that you cannot
go without food and still retain your
strength; yet you do neglect the exer
cise and recreation necessary to per
fect health and long life.
Why don't you buy a bicycle, ride
it and add ten long years to your life t
You can then, with clear brain and
added energy, accomplish more than
you do now and in less tim
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