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TTTP. A "RfJ-TTR' Imbuta to Mra. E11xabih Cady Sta.tcml fllinilOTAMA rnncflC I I .
Tt Bake Daily M4 WMkly at MM lacood
aoeklalaad, tSL ttaimt u tbe pott-
TIRHSDally. ie osm par whL Wasklj,
IS.00 par iudb ; la adraaca, IN.
AO coaasslcattoM of critical Of aifnmants
lira ekaiaeta. political or nllgloaa, aiaat ban
oal nam a tt acted rot pabUcatSoav So anck
rtialo will b printed orar Actttteat ifaatnras.
OamfpoDdosco aoUctud froa orary lowaablp
It Boas Island county.
Wedxisdat, Movembbb 87, 1896.
It is bettered that Harrison and
Allison have entered into a combina
tion offensive and defensive. Sach
is the belief in New York among the
big politicians.
The snltan of Turkey is said to
have on deposit In Russia and Amer
ica 15.000,000, saved as a result of
compelling his finance minister for
years past to paj the palace ex.
peases.
Johx Sherman mar be as cold as
an iceberg, as his enemies claim, bat
it is certain that the rubbing np be
has given some of his fellow parti
sans has bad a very decided effect
in the opposite direction.
A MESAOEKiEi elephant Thursday
broke loose In the streets of Cincin
nattl in regular (i. O. P. style of
stampede, but was soon captnred.
The McKinleyites there think the
occurrence a good omen for their
elephant-loving candidate.
California, Oregon and Wash,
ington fruit has now fonnd a market
in China and Japan, and the produc
tions of a single American tree mar
now start in different directions to
pnt girdle around the earth. Fruit
. raising in this country is keeping
pace with the rapid advancement of
general farming.
Tnr. boom inaugurated in the
state of Missouri for John R. Tanner
for governor of Illinois, is not meet
ing with the highest favor at the
hands of the republicans of the state,
wherein the opposition to the self
announced candidate is taking the
form of organized opposition
throughout Suckerdom. It seems tj
be Tanner ngainst the field, and the
prophet seems to be without honor
save outside of his own country.
Ex-C'oNiRKssi an ItYNUM, of Indi
ana, has his own reasons for the way
the fall election turned ont, and
says: "The election results for the
past few years indicate to my mind
an unrest among the people of this
country that ought to set as to
thinking. This unrest leads the
people to strike at the party in
power. We see it in the municipal
elections, in state elections, and na
tional elections. In any form of
government, save a republic, this
unrest would break out in a revolu
tion. It is all nonsense to sar that
the tariff had anything to do with
the results of the recent elections.
The manufacturers themselves are
perfectly satisfied with the Wilson
law. It is ail ther want. Most of
them are better protected under it
than they would be under the Mc
Kinley law, and it is a greater reve
nue law than the McKinlcy law. I
attribute these sudden turns in elec
tions to the' unrest of the people.
The great combinations of wealth in
this country are leading the common
people to strike back, and it is only
natural they should strike the party
in power.no matter what it may be.1'
; i
Another Word for Morrison.
Senator Mills, of Texas, who is an
outspoken and enthusiastic advocate
of tbe nomination of Colonel Morri
son for the presidency next rear.
thinks that the democrats on cut to
a a. ... - - . .
auanuon all irui and furbelows and
fads and declare for old-fashioned,
andiluted democracy as taught by
the fathers. In the national plat
form. Among the frills and fur
belows and fada Senator Mills places
civil service reform. Tbe Texas
senator says . he is convinced
that the present system tends to
create a class and place a chasm be
tween publio ortice and the great
bodr of the people. If cfflce is not
within the reach of the people, if the
active workers in partr politics can
not be rewarded with the distinction
and emoluments of cilice, the senator
thinks that the people will soon lose
interest in politics, and that would
be bad for the republic. A civil pen
sion list and life tenure of office mast
go hand in hand with civil service.
Senator Mills notes that one of the
principal bureau rhinfa in the execu
tive department of th government,
in his annual report advocates a civil
pension for the blind and lame and
halt in his office. Senator Mills says
public officials will grow old, they
will grow blind, they will grow fee
ble, they grow worthless earlr. If
there were a pension list they would
be apt to grow worthless earlier than
they do now and the unpopular and
disagreeable would be got rid of by
being pensioned and turned loose.
mioat rtloat
Pr. WDllaaM' Ia4laa rile OtMwaat win car
M4 MMdtm, aksmted aad Itcatat plloa. It
absorbs U tasaoca, aUaya lbs ttcblag at once,
acta a a poUc,f1ss Instant relief. Dr. Wll
Maaw ladba PUa Otatawat Is prepared only for
ptlM aad llckiaf of UM prrrau torts, aad aotame
- 4M. wy boa Is foarantood. Bold by drof
rtssa. Mat kf aull, for ao mti aad St par boa.
Wtlllaate Maaafactwtax coarpany. Proprietor,
-Varrala&d.OUo. Soil by T. II. Ttxnaae.
0..Mro,MCTMT0T,R1HB, Tk.r-..OTctato.c.ir.wi - ll 15 Want Column !
Fair l her crown of womanhood today,
Tbonirh widowed, children rise and call her
From youth, athlrsl far knowledge mad fair
play,
EaKer thoM lntellectnal tasks to msar.
Hr brothers chose. and raoklnn with tbe beat.
ben college doors, unyielding, barred her
way.
When but a child, from father'a books she
aoufrbl. r
To cut those laws which women made to Brieve
Then, finding this tbe trouble would not end.
"r tvwwji uu nnrseu tne
When grown, these helpless ones she would
And lawn unjust, would strive to change.
Triatrial
I
When Mr. Stanton went AmmMm
To WorM'a Convention held acro-s the sea.
in eignieen nnnnred and tortv, slaves to tree.
Their wedding trip was planned with thU to
And each, no doubt. Indignant wonld relate
How fellow-vorairera. who were tn he
Co-workers in the cause ot liberty.
" vie BVHka iviusm, uu voice in me aeDate.
They saw Lueretia Mott and Marv Drew,
With other women-helpers at tbe"lr side.
uu iiiu uu eurseu mat negroes might oe
freed:
... " ' ii wn u ni.il Hir CU ! H IVI . aUU IT lit? ,
" ii. w. iuiq vi uciryairn ueuiea.
Themselves found lacking freedom a title-deed-
in ripened sweetness of ber fourscore renin
Our brave reformer, glad, today we claim:
un iiiTiDn nomage wouiu we Hound her fame.
Who, foremost of our band of pioneers
In woman's cause, unmoved by scoffs and
sneers.
Out-spake, nut-wrought the vision as it came.
And local habitation gave, and name.
To ".Suffrage Movement." which her name cn-
aears.
The prayer which oft from burdened hearts
uoin rise,
'Thy kingdom come. Thy will, oh God, be done
I'pon the earth een as it is in heaven."
In veriest deed and truth, with oi ened eyes.
Hath she fiilllllment songht: laboring as one
Empowered of Justice with the strength of
wven.
Nearly fifty yenrs has she with voice ami nun
SupjK.rted by her ever faithful friend.
As champion served, to lend and to defend.
Our "KUil Suffrage" cause: aud earnest men
Our rase have strongly urged, convinced that
woen.
Woman herself, hi-r full-summed powers doth
lend.
As means tocomoass ureat ami wnri)ivul
Tbe hour bath su.uck tbat wise and g od
should ken.
History to make, and then the stnev tuii
In deeds, then words, the growth of Surfraire
trace:
The mother sex to lift, till In the state.
The church, the borne, and industries as well:
woman whb man should hold her primal
place.
Was a tatk to which her life was consecrate.
llrave heirt. thou hast Indeed, such earnest
sense
Of human right, snch love of human weal.
So keenly woman's bondage thou dost feel.
That 'gainst her wrongs with energy intense
Thy missives fall, and with such vehemence
Assail each out-worn usage law doth seal.
That nobler natures own thy Just appeal.
rtuu cuuuv i nee prouaei sent oi providence.
I.Ike Moses, who. through desert wilderness,
t or forty years did hosts of Israel milde:
Thou may not reach, thyself, this promlsel
imm.
Yet faithful followers shall this land possess:
Which thou cans t see from Wyoming's moun
tain side.
As tbou, like Daniel. In thy lot doth stand.
Hv Mks. Hakhiet A. Whiuht.
Motile, 111.. October. IMS.
COAL VALLKY.
Coal Valley, Nor. 26. Martin
Erbst, of Bock Island, was here Sat
urday. There is an examination at the
school this week.
The snow Monday and again Tues
day morning make fine sleighing.
The Thanksgiving ball Wednesday
evening is attracting much atten
tion. James Sackville has dug a shaft on
F. M. De Witt's farm. It is now
about ready to hoist coal. The qual
ity is good, as it was tested some
years ago. -
There was quite a nnmbcr of peo
ple here from Bock Island, Daven
port and Cable Sunday to attend the
funeral of H. Ilaupt, beside many
from tbe village and surrounding
country.
There is a male quartet here. They
sang in public Sunday evening and
did remarkably well. The names
are as follows: Prof. W. J. Gilpin,
C. R. Peters, R. L. Wilson and Wil
liam Paul.
Joseph Murphy had a narrow es
cape Saturdar in Brown's mine, on
the Black Diamond lands. The roof
of coal and slate of several hundred
weight fell and it just caught his
leg, but did not break any bones, but
sprained his ankle severely.
Thomas Hyland has taken charge
of S. L. Stafford's meat business and
will hereafter sell meat in part of his
mother's building, on his own ac.
count. Tom has had some experi
ence both in slaughtering and pur
chasing stock, and will doubtless
make a success in supplying the pub
lic. The funeral of Henry Ilaupt Sun
day was largely attended. It took
place from the residence. Tbe cas
ket was the longest that has been
here, the deceased being a man
of unusual stature. The display
of floral tributes was elaborate.
Tbe choir was composed of part of
Prof. Ellsworth's vocal singers, who
rendered several pieces at both the
house and the grave. Rev. C. H.
Brown officiated. Tbe pall bearers
were: William Glenn. James Cleo-g,
A. M. Nelson. Ted Eagle, John Conn
ley and 11. Martin.
Btkwaanatam liaiMUaDar,
Mystic Cure" for rhematism and
neuralgia cares in 1 to 3 days. Its
action upon the system is remarka
ble and mysterous. It removes at
once the cause, and the disease
immediately disappears. The first
dose greatly relieves. 75 cents. Sold
by Otto Grotjan, druggist. Rock Is
land and Gust. Schlegel A Son, 220
west Second street, Davenport.
Baihe was afck. we bar Catorta.
ate M OuTd, cried far
he became Was, ahe dune to
ate had Cfafldreo, ar cava thai
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Cattorla.
THE AB6UB.
I - ' - -. 1 I .. j.
Items of Interest.
The present term will close Dee.
23. In point of attendance it has
been the most successful in the in
stitution's history. The spring term
will begin January 8 and close about
June 1. Dr. O. Olsson. who has
traveled in the institution's interest
daring the past three months, will
resume his duties here at the begin
ning of next term. The doctor is at
present in Michigan. Beginning
with Wednesday evening all work in
the several departments of the insti
tution will be suspended until Mon
day morning, Dec. 2.
Kotee.
A concert will be given by the con
servatory of music Dec. 17.
The Apollo quartet will sing at
Andover Thanksgiving day.
Prof. V. O. Peterson is teaching a
class in electricity at the Y. M. C. A.
About one hundred and twenty
ladies bare been enrolled at the in
stitution.
Prof. J. E. Gustns, of. the business
college, has been engaged to give a
course in penmanship at the T. M.
C. A.
Mrs. Edla LunJ. teacher of vocal
music, has organized a class at
Orion, which she instructs Satur
days. Miss Edith R. Wilkins. of the
school of shorthand, will spend her
Christmas vacation with friends in
Des Moines.
xne Apcuo Quartet is preparing
ior a grana noiiaay tonr. They wiil
sing in at least 40 cities. Mrs. ' Lurid
will accompany the quartet as soloist.
Free PlUa.
Send your address to H. E. Buck-
lin & Co.. Chicairn. end rnt froa
sample box of Dr. King's New Life
...I, . . ... .
rius. a trial win convince you of
their merits. These nllls am ev In
action and are particularly effective
In tha iieA nf Annat!n.t!n. n n : -.1.
headache. For malaria and liver
troubles ther have been rtrnvaH In.
valuable. They are guaranteed to be
periectiy iree irom every deleterious
substance and to be purely vegetable.
They do not weaken by their action,
but by giving tone to stomach and
bowels greatly invigorate the sys
tem. Regular size 25 cents per box.
Sold by Uartz & Ullemeyer, drug
gists. Are Yoo Ever Annoyed
by a buzzing or roaring sound in your
head? Have you difficulty in hear
ing distinctly? Are you troubled
with a continual dropping of mucus,
irritating the throat and causing you
to cough? Is yonr breath unpleas
antly affected and accompanied with
bad taste? Is your hearing less
acute? It so, you have catarrh and
should at once procure a bottle of
Ely's Cream Balm, the best known
remedy.. The Balm will give instant
relief.
Tub Arscs, only 10c a week.
(WOITAN'S FRIEND.)
is the
BEST REMEDY
for
GIRL,
WIFE,
MOTHER.
Sold by T. II. Thomas and Mar
shall & Fisher, druggists.
There's bo shoe (or the same
money thafa its equal Tannery
calf akin, dongola ton, an leather
trimmed, solid leather soles with
a'oement of cork and robber
between tha outer an inner better
than a cork aole.
Ten Styles 4, 6, and O trlda.
Ask Your Dealer For It.
J..B. JLEW1S CO- Boston, Mats.
Sold by DOLL? BROS.
HARDWARE!
Mixed House
And Floor Paints,
Lawn Mowers,
Rubber Hose,
Refrigerators,
Wash Machines,
Etc- Etc
FRANK ILL
Mill
CP'
1610 Third arenne.
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 27, 1895.
Catarrhal Affections
And headaches kept my head in constant
pain. I frequently became dizzy and had
vomiting spells. Cramps in the stomach
and weaknesses together with palna In
back and limbs .added to my misery.
I treated with doctors withont benefit.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
wrought a wonder'nl change. It has
built me np and strengthened my nerves.
It has perfectly cured me." Mns. Annib
Egbert, Wyaconda, Mo. .
MnnH'c Dille cur0 babltual couUpa
swwis w a mo
Moa. Frica ZM. pox has.
Aniusementa.
Jarpefs Theatre,
Thursday, Nov. 28.
Afternoon and evening performances.
Woodward Theatre Co.
- IN THE
AFTERNOON
The "Inside Track"
EVEN
ING The "Private Secretary"
Price Matloee-lSc and 25c, EvetiiDg-Kc, SSc
ana SO;.
-Jarpers Theatre.
Sunday Evening, Dec. 1.
Extra Fan! tu Snccervfal Fcasoi! En mute
iw iuc r.cuic rout uoijr runny bdow to
coine. All lauchB. lt' fanny.
Ererybody's comedian,
cur old favorite,
JAS. B. MACKIE.
(4y nrswith ITojt.) A. "Grttneser
Me Boy." In th Briglitunt, Funnlect
and Bert Farce Comedy ever wr.tten, . '
"Grimes Cellar Door"
A host of pretty gtrl In excellent
tpeclatle. CharmiiE lonite tan
lord. Mile. laKjueleni the dancer,
tbe world' irrcai Ft contortion-dancer,
tlie otham :lty iaitet. The
hiirhe.t. laried a' d acknowledged
peer of yuaneta carried by a farce
comedy.
PHce 95, SO and 75c. Kef erred seats at Blener
uniB jcuvjiy Bwre. -' ' " -
Rurtis Opera House
DAVENPORT
Thanksgiving.
I llatinee
I and night.
AMERICA'S GREATEST ARTIST,
Effie Ellsler,
Supported by Frank Weston and a competent
compapy. presenting
AT THE )
MATINEE f
Camille
As You Like It
Both Plays Magnificently Mounted.
Price. Mtioec-25c. He and 75c; Erenlng-25c
50c, T5c and SI. Seat tale Monday morning. '
Electric cars for Bock Inland and Koline after
lug iieuurmauce.
Burtis Opera House,
DAVENPORT-
Friday, Nov. 29,
THOMPKINS' Majestic Legendary
Spectacle, The
BLACK CHOOK.
All the Original Scenery. Costumes, Ar
mors, Electrical ltences and Famoaa
lancers, a seen in the Great Bun in
-w York, Boston, and at the World'. -Fair,
Chicago. . .
ioo PEOPLE.
-JOO
The groopin? and pictne. are nnsnr
parsed liy a ytoinj,' ever eeea on the'
miricai ttaga.
Sfat Bftl TnMiflv Ynnvnfnv YV,!. i . . u
Prices 1. 75c, 5Uc and 35c .
Through can to Bo:k bland acd Mollne after
performaoca.
B"rtis. Opera House,
DAVENPORT.
Saturday, Nov. 30.
The American Tragedian,
Walker Whiteside,
Asslated by Mis. I.?li Wolstan
and a selrotfd rompany of oltyera
in bhafeeepeare'a nblimt creation
HAMLET.
( To be presented with apedal and
complex scenery i ffccin, and his
lorieally cornet environments.
Prices 91 T uv i .
oasale nlae,dy aaoraiag at FloKe'e. Tele-
:OR MALT A CTJTTCB ALMOST KIW.
.-au on ateldy Bros.
w
AKTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOB IH-
erai Bonework. Iioe First avenue.
LOST A GERMAN DOCFsnniTWO. FIND
er will be mwarded bv tvtnrainv tn mAArmmm
on the collar. .
rOR REST TWO 8-ROOM HOCSE8 WITH
uiuvna wu.'uirir,. id oesiraoie awiKaDor
hood. Apply to E. W. Unrst.
WANTED BOARDERS. TWO FROST
mr.ma haataa4 k AAm. D.famu
cha ged. 815 Twcny-thirU e reeu
TpANTBD A MTCAMOW BY A TOUNO
orOavenport. Address "B" can ef Aaora.
n7ATBD ENGAGEMENTS BT A CKRTI
J Bea professional nnrse, lata of 'aochester.
England. Terms very re aoaable. Apply 151S
Fourth arenue.
COMMISSION AND AUCTION-AU. KINDS
of C(MK hnncht anrl aM iHtnAaui a ik..
at private sale cr at aact'.on. HarrU A Irrln,
orwua vvnaa,
IfUK RENT FOUR PLEASANT ROOMS
m niu.qie ,or inijsician or any oiner profes
sional offl e. at eiTner "i Mrti th street and Fiilh
avenue. Apply to Mrs. E P. Reynolds.
rtTAVTV.n TT urr vad . . nr. Av-nr.
" hand coods of erery description. Money to
stored and sold on eommiss'on. Iare your or
der at imi Second avenue 4. W. Jones.
tTTANT ED TH E FARMERS' AND VER-
chanis' Mntnal Arcider.t association ot
Frespot. II . offeis apce'al indneementa 10 e-n-eral
agents for one , r irrnr- eoanti. a. For nirtlc
ulara address Fremont O. Ketne, Freeport, IU.
UTANTRrt CT'tlrkiAna frrk t vm ....
w .. .. . ' . w nana jat
French KeM xru j stem at UU Second avr-
' r-ie Bsira emoraces tne model,
complete instruc ions in pnttmir unmo Pn.h
bagring and honing foronly $10 UsnaT price for
.jBtcui complete. r- Mr.. M. S. Lawaon.
WANTF.D AN IIONEST. ACTIVE GENTLE
man or ladv to travel forreliableesiablished
boose. SlnrT780. mnblr ki. ... ...
pensea. Sim tlon permanent. References. Kn
close self addressed stamped envelope. The
uunmiimujinpuj, a:o umaha BaildlLg. Chi
cago.
WANTED-HOIWFKEEPKP8 TO TRY RED
Star and Silver C'ra nolish for silverware
and everv kind of metal. Hand red ot hospitals,
thousand, of hotels, millions of honaeketprr nse
It exrlnsmly. No kitchen comulete witJinnt tt
Sold by agent at 818 Twenty .fourth street. Fried
muu per pox.
SinriTU ASY MAN OR WOMAN WE
fm.v oraooi leaou to draw a crayon por
trait by oar patent metned in three lessons. We
peyonrpupilsSl(ltoSl8per week to work for
os at home, evenings or state time. Bend for
work and particular. Ilcminn Seymonr, 218
7wuui cum sireci, rnuaaeipnia, ia.
nOMNRV CTP.T-I 4TIIV iDunmn .
n . - - - " . . .(-'- I , -
firms the pnbllc of her wonderful power In
reading tbe history of one's life hy examining
tbe palm of tbe hand, telling tbe ( aft, pretci.t
and future. Advice riven in all hnin
and fvnily affairs. She tells yoa the initial of
Thi HomLer. 551 Twenty fourth street. Rock
WANTED 1.CO0 ORDERS FOR ACME CAKE
b- ater. Leave them at 818 Twenty fonrth
strett, for the nioct wonderful Invention of the
period It will not ba ion before tne Acme cake
beater wil. be ronsircred br extct honrekeepers
as indispensable as a stive or sifter and be as
univerrauv usea. jne Acme cake beater
nixes, diffuse and oxva-enlZ'S nil the Imrrorll.
enls at onre. Tne result ia a perfect and hj genie
w . .wiw uj agcub vuij. rnce 91.
W ANTED A RELIABLE WOMAN IN EV-
ery county to tatatilisti a corrat parlor for
sets and -Donhle from End to Knd ' clasi s. with
..-l.. nucu uum pruiwior. srery pair war
ranted not to break or rnst; absolutely Impervi
ous to moisture or perspiration A new pair
irlven for everv nalr that tm. 2
printed on each corset. Recommended by over
ku. H.I.H.. rw e lurmea complete stock on
consignnient and pay a salary of $40 to S6S per
month and expenses; 13 sample onlftt free. Send
10 cents postage for sample and terms. Hygela
Manufacturing company, 878 Canal street. New
Gloves and Furs,
c
w
w
o
-AT-
BENNETT'S
GLOVE AND
FUR SXOlE.
1605 Second Av.
The Portage Entry
Quarries Co.,
Successors to tha Portage
Bed Stone Co., also to Fnrst
Nen Co.,
PROPRIETORS OF
LAKE SUPERIOR POST
AGE RED, BROWN
AND VARIEGATED SAND
STONE QUARRIES.
Security Building, Ninth
Floor, Madison Street and
Fifth Avenue,
S
Good
PUSH IT ALONG!
A Special Sals of mil P;:r.
Having received alarse shipment of Wall Paper
out of season, which was purchased at less than
one-half the market price from ihe New York
. Branch of the National Wall Paper Co . and as ;
it crowds our store, we have decided to share the
advantage with our customers; and in order to
move it rapidly we will sell it at one-half the usual
price; and to make the sale more attractive we
will include our entire Wall Paper Stock in this
sale.
AIS OPPORTUNITY.
Persons contemplating renovating their house
now or in the spring will do well to avail them
selves of this unparralled opportunity. We
have engaged several first-class paper hangers
to do the hanging at 10 cents per roll. Call and
be convinced.
R. CRAMPTON & CO.
1723 SECOND AVENUE.
Baker, McNeill
& Sessler.
COB. 1IETEEIJTH
Opposite Harper
JOHH M. PARTOOK.
FARIDOn & OOltt
Painters and Decorators
PAPZ5 EAXaZSS, CALSOHOTZSa, tto.
SHOP. US BmtM&th St, E0C2 ISLAUD. ILL.
$5.95, fc-iegantPlush
$4 98, Boucle Cloth Jackets, worth $7.50.
$7 48, Elegant Beaver Jacket, 2-Button Front,
Ripple Back, Mandolin Sleeves.
$7.50, Coner Fur Cape, 30-in., long satin lining.
4
1
3 oar nunnery Department
IS MAKING
Special Ko.enber Prices
If yon need anything in this line, ;oa
can save money.
Bee Hive, "AWfeS
SEE OUR WINDOWS.
Thing
Stoves.
Hardware,
Plumbing,
Hot Water Heating,
Steam and Gas Fitting,
Copper, Tin and
Sheet Iron Work.
ST. an, SECOIID AYE.
House. Rock Island.
HET A. PABIDOBI
GREAT NOVEMBER SALE OF
Cloaks, Fur Capes and Millinery I
SOW IX PROGRESS AT THE f
BEE HIVE,
114 West
Second St.,
DAVENPORT
SPECIAL PRICfS FOR THIS WEEK
Cape, Martin Fur Edge.
2nl St.
ORT.
-Chicago

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