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THE ABHJS, TTEDN F S DA JULY 22, 1896.
THE ARQUB. r"tiV.Ih4 IHIIr .d Wekly at 4 9.rd A-eane, Rork Maud HI. ItVttrd atlbs-uat ,fflc Htm4 r'a-a mUf r I J. W. 1'onr.n 1'LBLISIIEU. 1EHMS- Duly, 10 eanla per week. Weekly, 1 0 a-r jatom: la a hanc. II to. All cnnnunnl.ua of critical or anjanwnla tit. cb. Ktcr. Iiitk-I or icll.-li. oiu-t hT raal nm a talked fur Bulill'jin a. No auch Mliclc will Ik triUd onr ficLitliua HsUilurn. ti.rre-p-mkacy nnkiUd from try ton-bip ia R'K-k l-lawl tuunt. Wba Ifcrtna- lb. Clir Kraler of lac Anoc. rul'K oalellbecit fur tha annum t ran h tre ta. jni'rt cttbrmat tk.rrralur.l-r VI rent, per wk pul'M prepaid. aal Hi .t.lr.n ar charred ''!' Mdeatrert. JiwUcittoo either h, l-val or lale BB'iae to the ka.odertmeot. 11 will re- celva prompt atteaiNii. -W LP M dj'. Wr.P.Nrs T. JfL 22. 1896. Tin: people's party state conven tion of Illinois is to assemble at SpringticM August 12. Tur. mort;3 notes will be ninch more plentiful than the musical notes in McKinlej's campaign. Ouk Willie of the West." riir (wt the St. Louis Kepublic, would not bo a bad titl for a democratic CimpVin inn, this year. ICk.ithi.icam of thn district fur nish an cxamplo of Inconsistency by suppnrtinj Marsh for mngross in the lac of the St. Louis platform. (Juinrj Herald. Fmitkui: William hna nrnt (nrrn Vi'-tori- a fountain in the form of an rale sprcadi; its win; and swm in; to soar through thn water which llu:ot!t up around it. Ii- Co-. Alt,tdd could ran bis partv s well as he has run the state institutions in the last three years or so, it wonld bo in a much better con tlltion today than it is. Peoria Journal. Till; pronounred opposition of or pnnized lahot to llanna. Ttjno and others of the mnnngcrial force of the McKlnlry campaign, together with tho decided chango that has come over the country within a few month.., bus started even the most radical ami sanguine republicans to thinking- Til ki:i: is war in several counties of thu state over the law enacted by the Inst general assembly which com H'ls hoard of so er visors to furnish the local (i. A. IC committees county funds for the relief of the poor of the several po-U. It is held by le;al authorities that like several other measures passed by the boodle legis lature, the art is worthless. Mamllne by the I'.irty. Before tho democratic convention it 'J2 tho Atlanta Constitution ac tively supported iavld It. Hill's can didacy for thn democratic nomina tion lor the presidency. Hut Cleve land was nominated, anil thereupon Clark Howell, lurtnainj; editor of tho Constitution, in bis capacity as member ol the democratic national comiuittco from (iooria, and also noting (or the Constitution, wrote Mr. Cleveland, giving tho assurance that. Yielding to tho expressed will if tho majority of the party, the Constitution would support him for election as loyally ami zealously as it had heretofore opposed bis nomi nation. To this letter Mr. Cleveland replied in a letter, which as an essay on principles of party organiza tion." The letter follows: Tho receipt of your recent letter ha (-ratified me exceedingly. It has a tone ol true democracy about it, and is prevaded with that sort ol democratic frankness which is very pleasinj. I think the nnderljinj principle id party organization is what yon so admirably express as an acceptance ul thn arbitrament of the national convention. Oil the other hand it ia as fully the duty of one opposed to abut bis mind and heart to any feel ing nf irritation or resentment that might ! allowed tn crow out of op position based npon honest judgment and a conscientious desire for party success. 1 am not surprised, though I am pratiiird by the announcement that Irotu this time to the close of the campaign yonr own service and the invaluable influence ot the Constitu tion will be devoted to the light for democratic success.. ' Hoping that we may congratulate rach other on a glorious result in November, I am, your sincerely, ii;i r.K CUVtLAND." The 'ol raaacea. James L, Francis, alderman. Chi- ragn, says: ! regard l)r. King's New li ovcry as an ideal panacea for coughs, colds and lung com plaints, having nscd it in my Jamlly for the last five years, to the exclusion- of physician' prescriptions or other preparations. Kev. John Burgus. Keoknk, Iowa, writes: ! have been a minister of the Methodist F.pUcopal church for to year or more, and have never found anything so beneficial, or that rave me inch speedy relief a Dr. King' New Discovery." Try thi Ideal cough remedy now. Trial bot DELUGE IS FATAL. Floods In Kentucky Play Havoc with Life and Property. KI5E PEB20N3 ABE SWEPT AWAY, I:raltiua- In tho Exteialnatioa of Two Whole Famlllr. Miraculous Eacatp of a Tenant aod lamlly, the Man Swimming More Than a Mile Tramp Who II o turned Ceod for Lack of Hospitality Great Ilauiage Done to Cropa I'RAScroitT, Ky., July 22. Xlne lives were lost as tho result of Sunday night's floods, so far as heard from. Gaines bridge over Benson creek was washed away four miles from town. The dead are: James Bradley, wife and four chil dren, and Mrs. Bryant, a widow, and two children. They lived in a flat along Ben son creek, which roso so rapidly that the houses were washed away before the occu pants knew of their danger. Mrs. Bryant Is a daughter of Squlro Dan Moore, a can didate for county judge, James Sndduth, ft tenant, made a miraculous escape with his family. Ho lives in Benson Valley. He was awakened by the storm and dis covered that tho creek had swollen and was likely to sweep his house away, liad to Swim Over a Mile. Ho swain over a mile, procured a horse and they made their escape from the house only a few minutis before it was washed away by the rush of waters. Traflic on both tho Iyouiiiville. Cincinnati and Lex in;iton, and Short I.ino divisions of tho Louisville unit X.ishvillu is suspended, and tho Louisville and Nashville and Chesapeake and Ohio will go over tho Lontsville Southern tracks via Islington. A half dozen or more county bridges have been washed away. The most valuable was tho one recently constructed over X.'USon creek, and cost fjn.OMO. Hundreds of acres of crops are totally ruined and it is impossible to even approximate tho damage. Many People Had Narrow Ktrapes. The bodies of Bradley, his wife and two children have been recovered. Many peo ple living in Benson valley left their houses nnd waded out through the mad waters, only escaping a few minutes be foro tho buildings washed away. The de struction to proerty in many parts of Franklin county is complete. The damage Is estimated at SjnoKmnt the lowest figure and is iirolinMy a great deal more. tr.imp who was refused lodging by James Hewlett saved the lives of his family. He Slopped in the turn, and afierwnrd camo to the door and awoke the family just in tinin for them to get out safely. Coroner iK-honey had an inquest on tno bodies recovered and rendered a verdict of occidental drowning. They were James G. Bradley, father; K-nma T., wife; Klro, aed S; Widow Mollio Bryant, nnd child ren Kllison, aged 2, nnd Nora, aged 1:1, and Thomas Massic, colored. Tho remains of Klora Bradley havo not liccn recovered. Ban Moore ran from the Bryant house nnd cried for tho family to lice for their lives. They wero too bite, j WIFE AND WIDOW IN A DAY. Yonng Woman Mnrrlt-d tn llrr Ftanre on His m-atlilM-il. NEW YoilK. July Si. Howard K. Bene dict, the son of Jaiiic H. Benedict nnd relative of K. C Be'iediet. thi banker, died Last cvetiinj a few hours after he had mntTied Miss Mar raret Ll-iy i, :i s iety belle of Cincinnati, and d i i riucr of Col onel Harlan l'nge Llovil. i m.nringi! wns celeltraUsl in Mr. B. l.et' apart ment In the-t-ltib lions.! ol t!i." Seteiith Itegiment Veteran club, nl;d it .v.'.s there that the young man dhsl. tin July 1 he wns sirlckcn with typhoid fever. When It became known n few davs ago that h's condition wns critical Miss Lloyd, who was visiting friends lu Wash ington, was telegraphed to. Hto reached this city yesterday morning. Soon after In conitmny with one nf Mr. Benedict's physicians she went to his bedside. The bitter wns sinking fast, and it wns nt his earnest rctiuest that the marriaie cere luonv was pcrfornusl. None of those who wero present nt the marriHf-e h-ft the club house during the day. Mr. lieueiliet seemed to rally after the marriage. Out toward noon ho ltccnine worse and nttur that Kink rapidly until ho lied. 1 he parents ol the deceased have liccn traveling in K:ir pe for some time. They had been cabled of the condition of their sun and sailed from Brcmurlutveu vesterdav morning for New York. A Taloablo freaenptloa. Kditor Morrison, of tho Worthing' ton, Ind., Sun, writes: "Yon have a valuable prescription in Klectric Hitters, and I can cheerfully recom mend it lor constipation and sick headache, and as a general svsteni tonic it has no equal." Mrs. Annie Stehle. 2625 Cottage (Jrovo avenue. Chicago, was all rnn down, could not cat nor digest food, bad a back ache which never left her and felt tired and weary, bat six bottles of Klectric Bitter restored her health and renewed her strength. Trice 60 cents and l. Jct a bottle at liartz & Ullemoycr'a drug store. Ithaamattam Cared la ilaf Mvstic Cure" for rheumatism and neuralgia cures in 1 to 3 day. Its action upon the system is re markabie and mvsterious. It re moves at once the cause, and the diseasa immediately disappears. The urn nose greatly relieves, a cents Sold by Otto Urotian, druggist, liock Island, and Uust Schlegel & Son, 220 est becond street. Davenport. for Orar nrty Voara Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Svrup has . .. . oeen nsea lor cniiaren teeming, it sothe the child, tofteni the gums, I allay all pain, cures wind colic, and i the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cent a bottle. Wb-a lUliy waa (irk, wa rare hrr Ca-toria. Wn aha waa a Child, ab cried f or Caacaria. Wbrs h b-canie Xca, ah clung to Castoria. When the had UuUn-s, lite garetLeia Caatoria. Children Cry for Tired Feeling Makes you seem "ail broken up," with out life, ambition, energy or appetite. It is often the forerunner of ser:ou3 ill ness, or the accompaniment of nervous troubles. It is a positive proof of thin, weak, impure blood; for, if tho blood is rich, red, vitalized and vigorous, it im parts I'.io ana energy to every nerve, organ and tissue of the body. The I necessity of taking Hood's Sarsaparilla for that tired feeling is therefore apparent to every one, and the good it will do yoa ia equally beyond question". Remember ln(dr Sarsaparilla Istlie best in fact the One True Wood Purifier. Hood's Pills e5S cure livrr ills, easy to take. jn ceuu. WANTED. ANTED BOARDERS avenue. AT 1525 FOVRTH f ANTED-AOENTS FOIt THE f V and most complete campaign BEST book Parties, men and issues ol lti. Fifty per cent commission. Outfit free. National Publishing company, Lakeside building, Chicago. WANTED MEN WnO WILL WORK FOR 175 a month salary or large commission selling staple K'khIs by sample to dealers, ex perience unnecessary. Write us. Household Specialty company, 77 W. Fourth street, Cin cinnati, unio. T ANTED- LA PIES AND GENTLEMEN V V who wish to correspond tor pleasure, or I with a view to uiatromouy to join tne rtstern Ohio Corrcsponoitifr liureau. isatem. Ohio. Send two pi-nt stamp for descriptive circular. Address W. K llecu, lock box Vi, Salem, Ulno. irANTEI-0KlD REI.IAHI.F. HELP OF 1 II all kinds who can furnish references to use Tiik Aiious want eoTuuin. Calls are re ceived at this office daily for domestics, etc.. who can come well recommended. Try this I column for a sitnalion aud il you arc reliable you will get one. "Lion RENT TWO FRONT ROOMS NICELY J- f umi-Jied. Cull at I to; Second avenue. TJIOR RENT A PLEASANT OFFICE ROOM A. In the Carse buiiding on second avenue TOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS, NEW A- and clean. Call and see. J0 Thirteenth street. TTIOR RENT FOUR ROOM FLAT IN GOOD I locatioa. Reasonable terms. AdcW K. w. iiurst. ClOR RENT A GOOD HOCSE AT I0: also a second siorv. nice, laree. airy rooms, at ( at lull Tinra avenue. Tj-ORSAI.E A F1EST CLASS LOT. EAST front, new brick walk, shade trees in front. Fmit -reps and shnibs on lot. water and sewer. Amiv at Klfis avenue or on I premises. - Thirty-eighth street. MISCELLANEOUS. OST-A CHANCE POOK. FINDER I J please return to this ofllec. T OST A LADY'S GOLD WATCH. HI NT- i inkT case. Elcin movement. Friday nik'hl. ictween SeMitid and Seventh avenues uIhiui wentit-ih street. unahle reward will be given for its return to this olllce. $100 TO ANY MAN OR WOMAN WE I portrait by our patent methiKl in three lessons. we pay our pupns ifiii to tit per ween to wont for us at uonie. evenings or spare lime. rena for .work and particulars. Hermann & Sey mour, 213 South Sixth street, Philadelphia, Pa. SPECIALTIES TNTSKASES of Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat, Lungs, Stomach, Skin and Blood. Rupture cured without nso of knife DR. DANIELi ROOMS 36 and 37, McManus Building, corner Second and Main street, Davenport. OFFICE HOURS: 9 a. m. to 12 m. and 2 to 5 p. m. Evenings, Wednes day and Saturdays, 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays, 2 to 3 p. m. le-plxoajLO B40. JOHN KOCH Has the best equipped Bicy cle Repair Shop ia the Trl Cities, including the most approved methods and ma chinery tor braEinr, bend ing hand bars, enameling and vulcanizing; thoroughly Skilled Workmen and satisfaction guaranteed. Agent for the widely known AJAX Bicycle. Carries a tall line of Bicycle Sundries. 21S Seventeenth St., The Art of Keeping Cool Has been studied by the wise man who has been to IlOPl'E'S and had an elegant, well-fitting cool suit of clothing made, and he can smile inwardly while the ready made man is sweltering in an uncomfortable, ill-tittiogsuit. Wear clothing that iils you in . hot weather by going to HOrTE, and you will feel comfortable in both pocket and mind. HOPPE Tbe Tailor. Woltmaa Tiie Jeweler. We are showing our Usual line of fine Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware. Fred Wolkan, Jeweler. ' Reliable Goods at Rcck-Bottom Prioei. 1 80S SECOND ATOiUE. rai j. bios Real Rsteite Iiiaurarice. Buy, Sell and Manage property. Collect Rents. . The old fire and time tried companys repre sented. Rates as low as any reliable company can afford. Tonr Patronage is Solicited. . Office 1830, Seooad Av. . EsrtMt Onr-a Blorv VITAL1S rarirnnaArao I 1-liC. NbW FREKCH raow uva. REMEDY. ViTAUS PRODUCES THE ABOVE RESUUSJanMk Ha. I ninvn Nervousness. Immtncy, 1 COUlDaT li emir Kmissions F.vil Dr-ams, , WnMtiiir tJia'-at nnd all -iT-fis of Felf-Khusri nf ctcwis anil indiscretion. Re8trs Lost Vitality, Powt mnd tailing Memory, wiiuls vfT Iiifftiilty 'id ctm.sumr'tion. Cnrtu when nlioiherf fail. Insist on having VITA I. Is. noothf-r. Cuii In earrl-d in ttif vest tock-u liy mail i.mi pr ja Kaxmnr six rirJ.Hi wiiu a truarHiiirH to tire or i&ciuua thn Mstiiry. Cirt-ular Jr'rw. Adlr.s!l CALUMtT MEDICINE: C0-, CHICAGO, ILL ror aalc by Marshall A Fisher and Harts A eilemerer. drorat.'-a- lXH?rr MANHOOD" " 1 Eaaily, Quickly and Hertnnenr Keatorao. IS Eli VI A- I Illcar!d ca s -xwiti- pttnrapte to euro any lorra ct norrutia pro tratiennr tny disorder cf the ceciUU orrn ot either rr, caused 1:Artsi. Aieuh"-! or Cr.iam. er of Tctltfu ino;prrr:ioa cr otcf indelp-r.ee etc. InKine-a. tonvuij.cn. . nxcf ulnea. i-cannf-L'., Mental ier-rMi-Hi. K.j!er.ircof tna Pmiri, Weak Memory. larina l-wn Paina. bomiaal Weafcneaa, lt.t.T--- Nivturn.-l KiTTtMtomt. Hnern-atorrhn-a. Lnatol Tower and Inrpototi'-y, which if Decificted. kefrr k.tl tocrets-ituicold .-4 and inuinitT. FitctTraarnnleeJ. Jric.?1.00 a box: 6bn?S f jr 5- - (l. Sent br tc-iiotl racetptc(priee.A writtaa fra-rcntee iTst-umea wit a erery --a.0u orovr recei-c-1. u retooa vxo money u m perm. r not euro ia Boa aZactod. KEDICETS CO.. Datrolt, i2A Holby H. F. Rataaen. Vlrnctlat. Koe.k i.'-anS HWAE OF IMITATIONS iHEP-AWKQIIf W ALL UOVJOQliTS OS V I JACKSON frtEDICALCQ. CillCiBQ UL' - ICO J3 CLASK -.T !PC RIAL &L06. ? N.B. Don1 take any substitute 3 5 with the same name butrfiffwnt -i 1st Bay. t-t!. X' ... After on accouns spelling on whico yourdru$i3t 5 makes '.vice os much etwRE or imitations ATTEND VOIIQO fnccon SPECIAL SALE Commencing Monday, July 20th and Continuing the Entire Week. We need money worse than we need goods, hence' this big cut. Wo have deter mined to unload our stock of summer goods; some will go at a loss, others at cost. The selling season is about to a close and we have a sur-x plus of Summer Underwear, Croquet Sets, Refrigerators, Baby Carriages, Hammocks, etc. And many other goods. We carry no goods over from one season to another. 16 to 1 you will buy it you need anything in the line, as you have fully two months to use them in. Our fall stock is beginning to arrive and. we must have the room. Come carry the bargains away and you will be pleased with your purchases. If not satis factory your money will be cheerfully refunded. Wash Goods Department. Slrlpcd, ihit'e.l and figured lrtWLS, toclose 0!p out, or yard Vw A better line In organdica, etc., to clo-e, 7. l-er vard aw Fine cleo thcar l&wns and dimities, to C O c, per yard.... Gini&ms. fancy uiaiiH and stripes, to clo.-e, per yard.... .... 10c 4Jc Curtain Drapery. A fine line of coin dolls and fl.nrcd drip ory. 1o close, per yard.... Ifcav Pnuhle fold 'rapr-jr, color-d Bsnre", 991f worth np to 40c, to close, per yard .fc.l Printed Denim for npholrtering and cot- 0 erwg, thould be 25;, to cloee, per yard. BugKy Whips. A ffroi 8 foot driving whip, worth SOe, t cloee... A better one G-font Ion?, bniilud cracker, tw lurrell, worth 4'Jc, to chwe. ....... .. Then we hwi a complete lino of raw bide, and whalehone whip., worth don- r.rr.1 98c, 68c, 5oc, 8c 20c 42c Buggy Dusters. Too many and we waat to rlo-e them oat -Fume are a 1 linen oit:ors fancy cen ter, and pla'd. with frini'u we Lame ihis.4rice to cloe 98c, 75c, 68c . Crockery Dtpaitment. In bxiking over our stock of iliuner ware W(! hiia an as.srcel lot or dinner sets ti which we have been a-skini fioin S'.l to ti. In cmlcr to close tlietn iiii k we will make swecpin;; rnluctious in prices for tins week. I hese kkk1s are Trout well known manu facturers such as Anthony, Shaw, Knowels Taylor A Knowels. If you are In need or dinner set do not uiias this as it will be money in your pockets to purchase now. ote the prices below. 100-piece dinner set, fine porcelain finish. K.. T. & K's. new shape, li:uiilles litiished in brorze, fortnis week at 8U.4U, former price $'.'. 100-piece dinner set, KM tracinirs on each piita. sliaie very new, would be cheap at Sl'-J, for tins sale, at 87. .,0. lsay your fruit cans anil jelly glasses now at wholesale pricei Baby Carriages. Only a few left, lint they will en quick 15 White enameled, gohl trimmed, up holstered in Italian cloth, satin parasol, sold at S15, our closing sale price SS.05; our $12 carriages will go for $0.95 aud others pro portionally low. Hammocks. During tins week we will give you 30 per cent oft on all hammocks over $1 to close for the season. . Croquet Sets. 59c, CUc, 89c, 11.25 and up to J2.9S, one-third less than their value. Rubber Hose. 3-ply rubber hose 5Ke per foot with coupling. 5-piy rubber hose 9je per loot with coupling. Guaranteed until Jan. 1, 1H37. Gem spray nozzles 25c each. Remember the Big Store. YOUNG & UcCOUBS Knee Deep in June Is a favorite expression of the Hoosier poet, James Whitcoinb Riley. Knee Deep Is an expression of e mean that our are worth seeing. Come In and See Us. Bargains in books RCRAMPTONc&CO. 1723 SKCOND AVENUE. W Honest Value for WILSON HOLHTE BUCKJY CO. fHE SCHOMACKER Have nttaincd their culubrity solely publioly exhibited in competition THIS HIGHEST AWARD At the International Exhibition at Crystal Palace, N. T.. in 1853, ovor 100 pianos on exhibition First Prize to the Schomackcr Piano. At tho Franklin Institute in Philadelphia in 1815, 1858. and airain in 1874. r b At the American institute in New York in 1858. At the Maryland Institute in Baltimore in 1848. At the International Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876. The Sciiomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards sold corriHCGuaLY ron 28 tears at Wallace's Music Store ESPSSSbm Pifes hive! Our Great Midsummer Sale is an Event, t i Competition with it an Impossibility. Prices lor this week lower than ever. Dress Skirts. Ficnr-d brlliiantin. w;ll A linad, vriTt worth f l, for.. ..:f: $2.00 C Kxtradne brilliant ine. well 2 l;nei, TlTet bicdio, worth 16, for Jl Very fiae hlak crepoa. mr 2 lO'X lining viv-t hoand. 3.25 5.00 5 80 5.25 M very wide, wonn (in, lur.. W wi1. bear.tifnl pattern, worth lli, for g'.'k mohiir.ktrt. rqaa! to M all .11. rna'lirar llnla, Tl worth 'j 50 for Ladies Summer Suits. M Ladira' tooValr ri figured bnlUantie acco.deto pleated rktrw. A At 9i.fi, stlh dack tatt-, worth i - ana . i- AtSitivi;.hb:aaer aoltr, wcrtL$jo j and IS. tlliai . at-1'.h white dock aklrt?. worta tana is. BEE In Bargains our own. By that bargains in books of every kind. BICYCLES! - Wilson Roadster $65 Wilson Special $50 Your Money. Electro-Gold String Pianos on account ot Merit. Wherever they have invariably received Milinery. At lr, allaarancandrSetata. At J'ic, ail oar Trc and SI bata. At wc ail our (1 and SI SO. l.arZt-rt aaaortm-nt of fcclu ta tba city, I ana we guarante oar pneca in wwesu Ladies' Waists Almost Given Away. At str ladioa' .ilith laondried waiata, At Vtc ladle.' a'l ah Uusdrlcd waWti, wona i za aaa ni.au. At v ladle. atyUah Una dried waiata. At M2i !.. atjlldi allk viiM, Al H lad e-' atlkb (Ilk waiata, I WW" w mum At fJ T l4r VtIM tiik Wim, I WVIIW MM We hare marked all oar tnasmed bats W tirfcur li.l' price. Select a bll, r k half of the original prtra. and li ta your. W ti.im haia I'T tint ' ' hata iut ft Ml C xaih.tafor 1M I Ohtafor Se !. bar. fit tin I 7 M baa. tor S TS C Cntrinmed b.t. d:Vdel into threa lota: w HIVE, "tw&SgSX"- tle free at 11 art I'llomeyer' drug Pitcher's Castorla. tO.-w. Market Square. A . 1. Ke'JS.Toarthars. s&dllrAScJtack lsHsd 1725 SECOND AYE,