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Correspondence t-oltciled from every township
Rock Island coantv.
Friday. July 22. 1S92.
For President GROVE R CLEVELAND
ITor Vice President ADLAI E. STEVENSON
For Governor JOHN P ALTGELD
For I ongr Hainan at lurye JOHN C BLACK
For Contrretvms n at lare..ANDKE W J HUNTKR
For Lieutenant Govt rnor JOSEPH B GILL
For Kecretary of State M H H1NKICHSEN
For Auditor DAVID GOKK
For Treasurer RCFttS N RAMSEY
For Attorney General M T JJ4LONKV
For Elector, 11th Diet J. II. 11 AN LEY
The Democratic voters in the several counties
compiisine the K'eventh Congressional District
are rt quested to setd delegates to a Congress
ional convention to be held at Monmouth, 111 nois,
THl'KSl'AY, EPT. 1, ltt
at 10:!0 o'clock, a. m. for the purpose of nominat
ing a candidate for congress, a member of the
board of cqnalizatioc, and to transact such other
business as may be presented for the considera
tion of the convention The several counties in
the con:rrssionsl district will be entitled to a
representation on tue basis cf one deleeate for
every Si vote scd one for a frwc'lon of 10U votes
or ever, ca-t for Edward S. Wl son, for sta'e
treasurer in 1SP0, as follows:
Counties. Votes So. Del.
Rock Island 4.8M lil
Mercer S.nijj lo
Henderson 94 5
Warren ,?.Vi 11
Hancock 4.(1 S 20
MoHoiGih 8,-J.VS 1H
bchuy'er.. 1.9M lu
By order of Democratic Congressional commit
tee of the E tvecth Congressional district of I.li
iiois. w. V. PoTTEK, Ch"m.
H. C. Cook. Sec'v.
Monmouth, III., July 9, 189-2.
During all of this month Mrs. U. S.
Grant and Mrs. Jefferson Davis will be
shel ered under the same roof, Cranston's
hotel t West Toint.
"Anarchist poKet'1 is the -atest form
of that game. Everything in the pack
beats tte kings and queens. A c'ub flash
is the invincible hand.
An Atchison, Kas., bride is not only
supporting her husbund, but is paying
something every month on his first wife's
Keokuk ConstitutionLiniocrat: Stev
enson, Aitge'id, Black anit Hunter will be
on the stump in Illinois this fall. Sena
tor Palmer, Carter Harrison ar.d William
R. Morrison will assist them. These are
seven men whom the republicans cannot
Mr. Gladstone has a majority. It is
not so large and homogenous in its char
acter as was expected by the old states
man's friends, but it will give him the
opportunity so much coveted of devoting
his last years to a great task of construe
tive statesrsanshio, designed to establish
borne rule in Ireland and to remove the Ir
ish question from the position of supreme
prominence it has so long occupied in im
The- Think. Alike.
denounce repub- To lay with one hand
I roti'Ction us a the power of the gov
a robbery of the en inent on the prop
majority of the erty of the citizen and
American people for with the other bestow
the benefit of the few. it. nM)ii favored ind vid
We declare it to be a nuls to build op prita e
f onilainent-il prin c i p 1 e fortunes, is none the
of the democratic party less robbery, becanse it
that the federal govern-is done omlcr the forms
mint has no constitn- of law and is culled tax
tional power to enforce ation. This is not legi
and collect tariff duties. jlution. It is a decree
except for the purpose tinder legislative forms,
cf revenue only, and we Nor is it taxation, lie
demand that such taxes yond cavil there can be
shall be limited to the no lawful taxation
necessities of the aov-jwhirk- is not laid for
eminent honestly aid public purposes. Opin
economicully adminis- ion of J iii-tice Miller, of
tereu. National Demo (the United States Su
cratic Platform. preme Court.
Talk About I'arty lleaatunea!
While republicans agonize over the
number of republican postmasters "be
headed" by Mr. Stevenson while assistant
postmaster general, they should not for
get that his rtcord was surpassed by the
Harrison beadsman, Mr. Clarhson. We
produce the figures as follows:
Total changes of postmasters during the
first three years of Cleveland's adminis
tration with Stevenson as headsman, 45.
573, or 82 per cent of the whole number
of postmasters; total changes during the
first three years of Harrison's administra
tion with CI ark son as headsman, 54.070
or 64 per cent of the whole number.
In each case there was no doubt an ex
cess tnat could not be justified in the in
terest of the public service. But clearly
there was more excuse in the first in
stance, Mr. Stevenson was called to
office after a quarter century during
Which democrats had been exiled
from the public service, being
permitted in no postofflce that
a republican was willing to fill. It
might be presumed that the cry from
members of the democratic party for
recognition and appointment in postofflcea
would be almost irresistible under such
circumstances. The republicans came to
power again at the end of four years and
made a more sweeping and numerous
change in the postal service than bad been
made by the democrats after an absence
from power of 24 years. And this was
done by a party that in its platform had
declared strongly against spoils methods
and sealed it with the assertion that
though mugwumps and democrats break
their reform pledges the republican party
would hold theirs inviolate. The "re
form" record of the republican party,
during the last four years, in view of its
platform pledgee and the promises laid
down in Mr. Harrison's acceptance let
ter, is the most conspicuous illustration
of political hypocrisy and dishonesty ever
set before the country by a great party.
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need to
CARNEGIE 1M THEORY AND PRACTICE.
A Chance for the "Philanthropist" to
Prove Ills Reputation Ieaervel.
The reduction of wages in the iron
mills of Pennsylvania and the policy
pursued by Carnegie, Frick and other
protected iron barons is cansinj? a great
deal of anxiety to the party resyionsible
for this condition of affairs, (feneral
Clarkson, ex-chairman of the Republican
national committee, was quoted on July
5 as having criticised Andrew Carnegie
in the following language:
"Mr. Carnegie is a man of vast for
tune, and his wealth has botn made by
his workmen. In saying this I do not
belittle Carnegie's marvelous faculty for
accumulation. He has written a great
deal about 'triumphant democracy' and
the responsibilities of wealth.and created
an impression among many that he is at
heart a philanthropist. Now is hia op
portunity to show that this reputation is
deserved. Those workmen cannot be
wrong in objecting to the treatment
they are now subjected to. There have
been no convulsions in business that
could possibly make these great reduc
tions necessary. Mr. Carnegie should
settle the difficulty at once and lie gen
erous to thofie men. As I understand it,
they have built their homes there and
mad th town. There is no place for
them to go, and tliey must rely on Car-
nptrift for their livino".
'In France and (K-rmany co-operation .
is now carried on successfully. Capital
invested receives a stated return, and
wages are paid as in ordinary business.
Surplus profits are then divided. An
drew Carne.erie has discussed the beauties
of co-operation in magazine articles;
now he should put his theories into
practice and make his works co-operative.
His employees would remember
him with gratitude and he would estal
lish a reputation throughout the world."
It may be well to recall some of the
absurd things said by this millionaire
apostle of protection to the few at the
expense of the many. Here is one taken
front Carnegie's article n "Wealth," in
The North American Review of June,
"Poor and restricted are our opior
tnnities in this life, narrow our horizon,
our best work mot imperfect, bnt rich
men should be tsuflikful for one inesti
mable boon they have it in their j"wer
during their lives to busy themselves in
organizing Ix-nefaetions from which the
masses of their fellows will derive last
ing advantage, and thus dignify thir
own lives. The highest life is jrolab"
to be reached not by such limitation of
the life of Christ as Count Tolstoi gives
us. Vnt, while animated by Christ's
spirit, by recognizing tho changed con
ditions of this ag an I adopting modes
of expressing this spirit suitable to the
changed conditions utub-r which we live.
Thns is the i.:vih m of rich and Tnor to
lie solved. The laws of accumulation
will be left free; the laws of distribu
tion free. Individualism will continue,
but the millionaire will be but a trustee
for the poor: intrusted for a season with
a great part of the increased wealth of
the community, but administering it for
the community far letter than it could
or would have done for itself. Such in
my opinion is the true gospel concern
ing wealth, oliedience to which is des
tined some day to solve the problem of
the rich and poor, and thus bring 'Peace
on earth; among men good will.'"
Wage Kcriuctlon in Iron roill.
The following from The Iron Age of
June 2:5, ls'.cj, will give some idea of the
enormity of the wage reductions pro
posed by the iron and steel manufac
turers and presented in the form of an
ultimatum to the Amalgamated Associ
ation of Iron and Steel Workers:
The price for bar rolling and heating,
2,240 pounds to the ton, has been cut
down from 70 to ."in cents on a two cent
card; for lxiiling, from s"..i0 to 4.50; for
rolling common iron on plate mills,
from 72 to 50 cents. Put in tabular
form, some of the reductions appear as
HEATING KLAUS AM) Sit IXOI JSC.
Card rates. Old rate. New rate.
2c. liar Iron (rebummered) $0 T.'i JO flu
3c. bar iron t'l or,
2e. Iwr iron (charcoal) t-"Ls
3c. bar iron 101 ff-a
Heat inp, ",340 pounds.
2c. bar iron T." $u "(
3c. liar iron 1 'el
CV1IE, lO INCll HOOP AMI COTTON Tin SCALE.
Old rate. New rate.
7-32 rounds and squares ?" fi3 $! TO
-32 A 1" 8 15
5- lti half round .VI 4 Xi
H and! oval 8 50 3 at
Old rate. New rate.
2TJMxmxl-l. 12fi0 S Kt
27-4x! H 4 SO
l.V32xt4' 4 TO 3 CO
ia-32x li 4 25 3 10
2-inch and upward, base $2 $2 IS
ajx.VlH and lighter 7 TO 3 50
x5-l and lighter 9 SO 4 .'50
m and upward S3 2 $2 40
lt 4 711 3 50
CLIP AND WAGON STRAP.
S3 20 $2 30
7-1C 4 10 2 55
6- 16 7 08 3 40
96 oval $3 50 $3 47
x3-10 and heavier 3 20 2 18
Protective " Harrier."
The senate committee on finance paid
in 1888, when it recommended its substi
tute for the Mills bill, -It framers have
not hesitated to erect or maintain de
fensive barriers which would carry con
fidence and comfort into American
This sounds well, but looks badly
especially to the 4,000 men at Home
stead on the outside of the "defensive
barriers,' which stand stock still and
protect the Carnegie Steel company
from their American workmen, instead
of walking about and carrying 'confi
dence and comfort into American
lower Wb and lllclir Frieea.
The coal trust has again raised prices
twenty-five cents a ton to middlemen,
and the latter will Boon put on an extra
ten cents too. "Were it not for the tariff
on soft coal the combination would fail,
but the trust and the tariff are wedded,
and higher prices for what they buy and
lower wage to workingmen are the
A ThieT Cangbt by Klertrlclty.
A fer years ago Dr. Iivingstone, one or
two others and myself were camping in
Lake county. We had a canned plum
pudding which we prized very highly, and
a stable boy who was not bad in his way.
Just an we reached Saratoga Springs the
plum pudding disappeared, and we rather
puspecU-d the stable boy, but suspicion
wouldn't tickle our palates or fill our
In our outfit was an electric battery, and
I determined to try it as a thief catcher
and mechanical detective. I herded all
the cooks, scullions and waiters about the
place and stood them in a row with the
stable boy. Then I made them a little
speech, telling of the theft of the plum
pudding, and asking the guilty one to con
fess. Xo one peeped, and the most inno
cent appearing person in the company was
the suspected stable loy.
"Very well," I said sternly. "We have
here an instrument which detects thieves
a surely as a camera takes nhotographs.
The innocent it will no waj Effect, but it
will cause the guilty to suffer excruciating
pangs in limbs and conscience. Doctor,
apply the test.''
With this Livingstone stepped out with
the liattery. Placing the handles of the
apparatus in the hands of the first man in
the row, the doctor looked him in the eye a
moment, but didn't connect the electricity.
Of course the man was not affected and was
So the doctor passed from man to man
until he came to the stAble boy. As soon '
as the lad gripped the handles Livingstone
P'3 if1. 1.1 K4'iy,nc wi'je open. That night
tfe feasted on ouf roco?te1 plum pudding.
San Francisco Examiner. '
Snycl Its Companion's t.ifc.
A gentleman possessed of a span of
sprightly little horses, which, whether in
the stable, 5n the field or in harness, were
always together, proceeded to Inke Minne
tonka on a fishing excursion. Taking
them from tire carriage, he tied them some
rods apart, near the lake shore, and left
them to feed. Repairing to a shanty near
by the gentleman threw himself upon the
floor with the inf -utionnf dozing away tho
time which would elapse before the return
of the lishiug party engaged on the lake.
Isut a short time passed l-fore the sound
of a horse's feet arousil his attention, nnl
a moment after one of the horses appeared
nt the shanty door. The f.tiimal put his
head in. gave a loud lu-igh and then, in a
slow gallop, but evidently under great ex
citement, returned toward the spot where
he and his companion a few moments le
fore hail appeared safely fastened.
'Surprised to i;nl the horse loos", and
struck with siti.ular eomluct, tho gen
tleman immediately followed and found
the other lyi::g in the water, entangled by
the halter. a::d with great diriicttlty keep
ing from helt: drowned. While efforts
were being i:i;it:;' to dNciicaire t he unfor
tunate horse, hi- nolle and intelligent
be:u factor stood by manifesting the tit
niiist solicitude Htid sympathy, and when'
his lurilf w;i fairly extricated from his'
perilous position and once more again j
safely, upon solid ground, t he gencrc'i .
creature exhibited the most iineiitiivoral
Majlis i. f satisfaction it:i 1 joy
A Vtoilr In Vlj-ures.
Some persim cf a mat ln iii.it inil turn of
ininil lias iliscovcrcil that tlu- mult iiilici- !
tion of is7iV4:m (which you will olisi rve
an- si!:i;ly tho fiun-s 1 t0. inclusive, r--vcrstil)
45 Kivt-s 44.-l44.44t.4-t5. R.-vrr- j
ins tin- irli-r of tin- dibits anil nmlti jil ying
liU.-K'-Ts;' hy 45 we v'i-t a result efjually
curious, viz.. r...Vi5..V,r.,5ii5. If vrp take
li.U.t'.T"'.' us the nm!tiili-auil ami int-er-J
changing: the fitrure-i in -15 so ns to make
th-m read M, use the last nuniln-r as a mul
tiplier ami the result will lie fi.tliV'.,(!.i.t",iit. !
Ki-turninir to the multiplii-aml JiTfVvi-'-KJl
anil taking 54 as the multiplier nain, the
r-sult will U- S;t.a:t:t,:r.:ut4 all 3s except '
the li rst and last fiirures, winch together
read 54 the multi;licr. Taking the same
mult iplicand :i!id -7. t he half of 54. as t lie
multiplier, the product is '.Wiii.lViCi.tW.T. all
0s except the firt and last fiLTures. which
together read '27 the multiplier. Xow in
tvrchariirinir the onler of the livrures 27 and
usitifr 7"J instead as a multiplier and !'s7tV54
321 a the mult iplicand we tret as a product
71,111.111.112, all Is except the first and
last figures, which tocether n-ail 72, the
multiplier. I'hiladelphia Press.
Itl .liM'ket I-iikfr3'.
Red Jacket had more confidence in his
own memory than in lxoks and papers of
white men. There was a council at one
time In-fore Tompkins, an early governor of
Xew York, in regard to an ancient treat-.
The asrent said one thinir. lut Red Jacket
corrected liitn. "Vou have forgotten,"
said the American airent; "we have it
written down on paper." "The paper then
tells a lie," was the confident answer. 'I
have it written here," continued the chief,
placing his hand with dignity upon his
"You Yankees are born with a feather
between your finpers, but your pajH-r does
not speak the truth. The Indian keeps his
knowledge here. This is the book the
Great Spirit pave him. It does not lie."
A reference waa made to Mie treaty in
question, when to the astonishment of all
every word that Red Jacket had said
was confirmed on the djcumciit. Buffalo I
An Old Soldier's Toast.
A northern general, famous as a fighter,
was at a regimental reunion some time
ago and was exin-cted to propose a toast To
the regiment. lie made a rambling but
highly eulogistic speech, and concluded by
"Here's to the gallant One Hundred and
Twenty-sixth New York, the last to reach
the field, and the first to leave It."
He sat down amid shouts of laughter,
and then seeing that he had made some
mistake, he undertook to rectify it.
"Gentlemen," he said,'you must forgive
my slip of the tongue! The toast I wished
to propose was, "Here's to the gallant One
Hundred and Twenty-sixth New York,
equal to none."
There was another burst of laughter,
and the general rose for the third time,
but his words were lost in the general mer
riment, and t he toast was honored as he
had already proposed it. New York Re
corder. An rmbrrlla l"p III. Sleevo.
- The Coreans, people who wear hats like
skillets and tie them on with brass chains,
have invented a portable folding umbrella.
When the rain descends the Corean reaches
up his sleeve and takes out what purports
to be a folded op fan, which is really an
oil silk umbrella. It has not been patent
ed up to date. Detroit Free Press.
Lucky Black Haired Children.
In Devonshire, England, It is thought to
be an unlucky omen to hare a red haired
person to first enter the bouse on New
Year's day. Accordingly black haired lads
and lasses make the rounds of the neigh
borhood and are rewarded with presents
for their trouble, St. Louis Republic
Sleep on Left Side.
Many persona are unable to sleep on
their left ei )e. The cause has locg been
a puzzle to physicians. Metropolitan
papers speak with great interest of Dr.
Franklin Miles, the eminent Indiana
soecislist in nervous and heart diseases.
who has proven that this habit arises
from a diseased heart, he naa examinea
and kept on record thousands of cases.
His New Heart Cure, a wonderful remedy,
is sold at Hartz & Bahnsen's. Thousands
lestify to its value as a cure for heart
diseases. Mrs. Unas, isenoy. .Lfoveianu.
Colo., sr.ys Us effects on ter were marvel
ous. Elegant book on heart diseases free.
Don't Be Afraid.
So many people avoid crowds and largs
gatherings, because they are in constant
dread of being irod upon, and haying a
pet corn or DunKn painfully bruised
this can be avoided by the use cf Cbryso
Corn Cure. Every oottle wai ranted
For sale by all drutgists. Hartz &
Bahnsen, wholesale agents.
An llroom house on Third avenue,
hetween Twelfth and Thirteenth s reets.
Inquire of E. E Parmenter, Mitchell &
Lvnde's block. Jv-ti
Is and will ever be the
flrtiiT Tnfliipnzii. Ti-, clr Ache.
Pains in the Side. Chest and
Joints, Neuralgia, sprains, ccc.
Before yon need to Duy,ODtain
the valuable book: "Crnide to Healtb."witll .
endorsements oi prominen onvsiciauB,
A i i i k s s :
17 Warren Str.,
Prize Medals Awarded I
nropean Houses: Endolstadt, Londoa,
K aremberifi Koastein, Leipsio.
& 50 Cts. a bottle, For Sale by
Art." like m:iL-ic on tti ttumarti, lii;r and fonw ".,
(ttiICis liyueitiii. hillonsnc-j-. f--vi-r, co'il. ner
vous disird-r-, blrepU-ss-iit?-:', lops i,f t etite, re
Mores xha rompli-xion : ierf ert iliir---tinn .ojIow?
their vise: positive run- for Mck Jinol irhi- mm
con-tiiiRtion ; smiill. miM. ray to take; lari:e
:als ol Ml pills -is cents. Hartz .t Dahnen, tole
flirt-nts. Hoik Islund, IIIp.
s 1 Health for the Baby,
nrji Pleasure for the Parents,
New Life for the Old Folks.
Is a family affair a requisite
of the home. A 25 rrnt
IMtrkajre makes S cation, ot
ft delicious, etrciiKtheuing,
Tion't r deceived If a dealer, for
the Make of iarrt-r profit, telli yom
some ntber kind I " Just as eood M
'lisfnlwe. No imitation tsaa good
as lite ceuuiue Hikks'.
LABOR, TIME, MONEY
Use it your own way.
It is the best Soap made
For W ashing Machiue nse.
WARNOCK & RAISTON.
IR. ST. AR.VAID'S
la the Safest and 8urest Kemedy ever discovered
for all the unnatural discharge and Phi v ate
DISEASES of Men aad the debilitating weakness
peculiar to women. It baa never failed to cure
the most obstinate ease, in men. In from S to 6
days. (Nothing that niakea quicker claims is
safe.) It is convenient to carry and bandy to
tiw-no bottle or spoon to annoy yon. Remem
ber, w guarantee iu Prica 1.00 per box. Com
plete ins tractions with each box. If the drug
gist yon ask for Dr. St. Armand'a French Cure
has not got it, dont let him fool yon with bis
oily tongue by selling yon aonMtbing else in
stead, but send price to us and we will forward
to you by mail, in plain, unmarked box. We
also treat patinnts by mail. Address THE
HAZZARAK MEDICINE CO 900 South
gamon Street, Chicago, IU.
I - vv4 X
!A new Mini coivplf'c i ri'aTmcxit, c ni;niI of (
Jnp;tior:i'. Oiuli: n in apMiU ax in box
BTitl p.;? : a i on vc i urc for i s't real. irurn!, J
hlina or l.Vetn iu hlnu. hr.r.ii-. rH i t or he- j
rvditiiry piU-s. hcrnjilr Wt akiM-f nd iraiiv other i
d;enej; it it nlwavf a ijreat hriifiif to (- j
oral cs'rh ; tin? ;irT disoovt-rv of a medical euro
ri!U'!-riiiir ftn oj-ration wiih the knift mm rot
ary hiTfhfur; thi n nn dv ha devi-r be'Titriown
t.fni:; ?1 por box. ft f.r cent by mail. Why
mfft r from this tt rrible rii-ta-e when a w riiwn ;
curniee is positivi iv tri vn with tl not tit t re- I
fmiC Xtv moiif? if r.t cur-ri; send cfamp f- r free j
aitijle; gnatantee i-;ied by our jreci. )
' I N- I
free liNie kilferjs, soiled Hjeir oiittejs,
fid didn't kiov vl lo do;
Yiil&vise old friend.
fr, Soap n
f v ftf ai
"Wfy"se little kiffeffSlzedteir mittens
"Were as brigfyr bd soft as rjev
Santa Claus Soap-Made only by
J. B. ZIMMER,
ITas Jnt received a large !t:tc!co of the latest Imported aid Domestic Sj.rirr r.: :
SDitinps, wLleh be ie selling at t.'S.OO and up. His line of overcoatincs cai:i:ct
wt-t of Chicsgo. A very fire lite of pants, which he is selling at $0 CO and c; . ( :.
atd make jour selection whi'e the stock is complete.
Star Block, Opposite Harper IIcuse.
OLD GUARD HAND-MADE
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 and 1123 Fourth avenue. Residence 1119 Fourth avenne.
Plane and specification fnrrirhed on all rl&wee of work : also acent o f ""liter's Pa-cr: O:oe
Sliding Blinds, something new, stylish and desirable.
ROCK I; I.AM .
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
ANALYTIC AND DISPENCING
Will be located on Fifth avenue and
Proprietor of the Brady Street
I Ad k nds of Cut Flowers constantly on hand.
Green Houtes Flower Store
One block north of Central Park, the largest 1- la. 804 Brady Street, DaTtnporUows.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder,
Office and Shop Corner SeTenteenth St. . . T
and Serenth Arenue, 2 - iVOCK ISianu
wAU kinds of carpenter work a specialty. Flans and estimates for all kinds of bnUdimti
furnished on application.
(m te OfimiOOD RESTOBED IsSwS
Rff ft Ki a-irite to en re all nentnn, diacaxea. such Weak Mem- r
V a ff 1 XM'xaof Brain Power. Ileadaelie. Wakef ulnens. lKt Manh.x.1. NiutllU Kmi
a--' in, KmoiiMKM, Lawimde. all drama and lo&a of nowerof te i,vmrn
1 Ornans tn either sex
ue if tobacco, opium
aarohK mo iftcb veiko.
For aale in Rock island by Hartz &
avenport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ATT. DEPARTMENTS.
FOB CATALOG TJI8 ADDKSS3 -
J. C. DUNCAN, f Davenport,
So true:, i
Witrp iisoOAP of aber hue,
v&njsrjed e&cfy stair?,
Twectythird street on or before iusust 1.
1803 Second Avenue.
caniw I br orer exertion. ,nnihni .r.. . ..r
or sttmulanta which ko-hi lead to InBrni:'v...tiiin.
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