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TUP AgQUP, WEDNESDAY, JUNE SO, 1C37.
THE ABQUB, rIMr Deny m Waakly'at MM Aw. aoA laiaaa, Ul 4 ! tee I saetter. J. W. Form Publisher TaaA Daily, M enu per week. Wealv, MlVMia; fci soaae S1JM. AH SB IllMllllM Of PO tIMl m MUWhi trS rtHHf . politml M Milfioaa, BUt ml mm attack fot pabuceUoa. Me sock artirj will bo ptlitad ever MtUooa tiCMtana. Pinna aaSiusi soUuIUq boa vy Umlily tsaotk IaMad eeoatjr. Wkbsbat, ilni 80. 1897. Wetlkb ia asking for mora men and tha insurgents tor more money. Dm. D. F. McUill. of Allegheny, Pa., haa declined the presidency of Monmouth college. . W may now expect the Union to commence advocating that change In the ichool charter again. It ia too bad Billy Baker waa not la town to hare ahared in that roast for the anti.Union politicians thia morning. v Illikou ia panio-atrlcken over the proipect of an extra session of her freak legislature Keoknk Conatitn. tioa.Dsmoerat. Tan Union ought to be getting a telegram from an abaent friend and sympathizer, anent tha aehool elec tion, aboat now. A Blmdmsvili.e newspaper thinks there are more ladles belonging to aaeret eocietlaa ia Blandlnsville than any other town of ita sice in the state. Scott Wiae is in poor health and ia going to take a sea voyage to BraslL He will accompany Minis ter Conger, who is an old friend and classmate. Tn Union has made aboat as mnoh of a anccess in dictating mem bera at the board of education as It did ia auggasting who should be postmaster ia Book Island. It looka as if there might come a time some day when the candi date for office in Keck Island wonld Cat his opponent backed by the nlon ia order to kill him off. Ir the pie-seekers want to see the offices distributed a little more ex peditiously they should arrange to Is Mark Haann in a safe no ton ia his contest for tha aix-year term ia tha United States aenate. The pie will be held back until it la seen that he la safe. Arraa tha Union had administered a dea'h blow to Mr. MoKown'a chances for member of the school board, and that gentleman's friends naa enjoined latum silence on the paper's part, it nevertheless had its opinions, notwithstanding that they were under check, and ita true ani. ana eame out thia morning. Judge Uabveb baa given the Ful ton people to understand that fur ther dilatory and obstruotlng tactics oa their part to hinder the order of Modern Woodmen in carrying out ita purpose to move is not to be tol erated, and that the courts, instead of being tbe resort of those who seek to thwart justice, are for those who aeek j a slice. Fulton may as well aabmli to the inevitable. She has hung en to what doea not belong to her now longer than the waa entitled to. The Woodmen propose to get out of there. There are at present 1,419 veter an at the Soldiera'and Sailors' home at UoJnov. MO mora than dnrlnv , . prevloaa June since the home waa vvhu. Ter iw appiioauone lor admission are on file, beside a large number out oa furlough. From freeent indioationa it ia probable ally 1,800 soldiers who are entitled to admission to this Institution will present themeelvee at tbe gatea by Nov. 1, and the number may reach 2.C00. Tne board of trustees at its meeting July 7 will be called upon to ooasider the problem of providing aecommodatloas for S00 to 400 mora veterans. The United States fish commissioner has done an enormous work during the past season, having hatched and planted hundreds of millions of fry. and arranged for the establishment of now stations which will vaatly In ornate its fnture nrodnntivanaa The practical y,alue of the fish com- vmzm tataxttm .stitch cfcec:sk:i. t s t ' 0. COW.rlAUOHTOW, on Btaet at atwaasit lean. misaioner'a labors 'may be judged from tbe fact that over 90 per cent of ita work ia devoted to commercial fish, embracing the cod, shad, - white nan, pollock, mackerel, tan tog, acap, sea baas, lake trout, salmon, steel head trout and lobsters. Bat emi nently useful and intrinsically im portant aa is the work of reproduc ing and distributing these species of lood citu tne commission is by no meana losing eight of the acientifio side of ichthyology, and ita atndiea of the habitations of fish and of the fish bearing resources of various waters constitute a branch of re. search from which commercial re salts of no little value may be ex pected in the near future. CAJtBO CUf CHAT. Carbon Cliff, Jane 29. Amy Erd- man ia visiting at home for a few days. Hot and dry, splendid corn weath er, but "we need rain,1' in the cry . . . .... wivn tne farmers. The board of review met at Hamp ton yeeterday. There were no pro testa filed against the rate of aseeaa. ment. Mrs. May Haggint, of Chlcaeo. came home a few days ago to stay iew weeaa witn ner motner, Mra. Beckwlth. Prof. Dunham, of Cbicaero. organ ized a class in vooal music in this place last week. The class it com posed of 23 members. Milton Carey, who haa been in the C, E.I.4P. railroad office at Atkin son learning telegraphy for tbe past year, ja at home in the Cliff for a eeuple of weeka visiting frienda and relatives. The funeral of little Georgia Will. iams, toa of John Williams, which waa held Iaat Friday waa lareelv attended. The little boy, who waa about 7 years of age, waa liok only a iew nours. innammauon or tne bewelawaathe cause of his death. He was burled, in the Bowlesburg oemotery. Itev. Alford, of Hampton, preached the funeral sermon. Vr. Boal, of Watertown. ia build ing a private telephone line to con nect Watertown, Baratow and Car bon Cliff. Thia makes three inde pendent telephone linea in Ham at on township, tbe Argillo works, from Carbon Cliff to Moline;Dr. Hunter's, from Hampton to Bar stow and Car- oon uun. ana ir. Bears, already mentioned. .These lines give the general pnblio great benefit, as they are all ftee to any who wish to use mem. . COKDOVA OCLUKUI. Cordova. Jnna 99 Mra jr-v 8hmeltzer. of Thomnni. annnt Mm. day at Cordova. miss Amanda Cool is visiting frienda at Clinton, Iowa. Dr. and Mra. Block, of Port Byron, 8nndayed with friends here. ' Mrs. Snoor and riano-htor n spent Monday in the tri-cities. rrana new, 01 nioago, is spend. Ins? a few dava with ralativaa and frienda here. Mr. and Mra. Hall, nf Pnrt Rirnn were the gnesta of Dr. and Mra. Y i rt rreen ounaay. Mlssaa Beaala Hnolnnn and 11 Marshall left Wednesday for Chicago, where they will apend aeveral week with frisnda. Banks lata Yaw shoes Allen's foot-ease, a rtowdnr for tha feet. It cures Dainful. swollen. smarting feet and inatantiT takaa tha sting out of the corns and bunions. tun greatest comiori aiscovery oi the age. Allen's Foot-Ease makea tight-tittlng or new ahoea feel easy. It is a certain cure for sweating, cal lous and hot, tired, aching feet. Try U t.J. a.u i . i muoy. ooia Dy an aruggista and shoe stores. By mail for 25 cents in stamps. Trial package free.. Ad dress, Allen S. Olmsted, LeBoy, N. Caacareta Candv Cathartin. tha most WOnderfnl madloal dlainnrw nf the aire, pleasant and rafraahtno- an the taste, act gently and positively uu uv wwwi, cieanBing tne enure system, dispel colds, enre headache, fever, habitual constipation and bil iousness. Please buy and try a box of C. C C todav: 10. 25. an mi Sold and guaranteed to cure by all druggists. " ChroaJe lunauuui Cared. Dr. H. B. Hettincer. Indian Ind says: "For aeveral months after apralning my ankle I waa severely afflicted with rheumatism. T tin.ii tried Detchoa'a Mystio Cure' for rheumatism, and in four days could walk without mv cane: two tmttiaa cured me sound and well. Sold by Otto Grotjan. druggist, 1501 Second avenue. Bock Island, tin at Schlegel Son. 220 Wett Second street. Dav enport. iiita It you want to quit tobacco using vmmuj uu lorever, do maoo well, atrong, magnetic full of new life aad vigor, take No-To-Bac, the wonder worker that makea weak men strong. Many gala tea pounds ia tea days. Over 400,000 cured. Buy Ho-To-Bae from your own druggist, who will guarantee a oure. Booklets aad aam 6 lea mailed free. Addrea Sterling emady company, Chicago or New lork. After usiaff a 10-cent trial size nf Ely's Creaoa Balm you will be aure to bay the ao-cent else. Cream Balm haa no equal ia curing catarrh aad cold ia head. Ask yonr drne- giat iur it or hbu iu oente to na. ELTBBOS.. ft Warren St.. N. T. City. I suffered from catarrh three yeart; it got ao naa eonra not work; 1 aicd two bottles of Ely's Cream Balm aad am entirely well; I woald not bo without it A. C Clarke, S41 FREE SILVER MlJJfc No:Yallow Motal People at the Ohio Democratic Meet. . WHITE D0LLAE ETJLE3 THE OAK?. Wtthomt a Stntla-a Vraa Silver moat aad Apply McLeaa rawer Kmijahna Gia, Wi aFMi Dark Hem tor Geveraer. mailaally.lt Appear., Becaaac Hooch Oam Were a Carllale Battaa. Columbus. O., June 30. The prelimin ary-work of the Democratic state con vention yesterday showed that It was almost unanimous for free silver and John R. McLean for senator. Previous to the district meetings at 4:30 p. m. the fight against R. T. Hough for governor became so bitter that there was much talk of ex-Representative D. D. Dona- vln for the head of the ticket. Weltyl Chapman and some othersshowed gains. nut it was generally believed that Dona, vln would be slated If it was necessary for the controlling elements to drop Bcugh. On U sides It was held that no standard bearer should be selected who had any gold streak In his record. While it was conceded that Hough was t an original Bryan man at Chicago even before the nomination was made, and that he had advocated a free silver plank in the platform three years ago, yet the xact that Hough wore a Carlisle button one day In Washington waa used as damaging evidence against htm. McLean Carrie the Districts. . When the delegates met at 4:30 p. m. by districts, it developed that there was a strong feeling against some of Mc Lean's managers because of their at tempt to dictate the state nominations. especially that of Hough for governor. After the pulse of the delegates had been felt In these preliminary meetings a con ference was called for last night be tween McLean's lieutenants and other leaders. The McLean men carried all of the twenty-one congressional districts by large majorities for members of the state central committee and for all the other committees, but many who co operated with them at these meetings objected to the word being' given oflt for any one of the dozen candidates for gov. ernor as asainst the other candidates whe have spent months In their re spective canvasses. Silver Control Everything. The committee on resolution is com-' posed of radical silver men r. .th the e. ceptfen of ex -Governor James E. Camp. bell. ex-Benator F. M. Marriott, W. P. Hackney and Carl Nau, who are classed as conservative silver men. The mem bers of the state central committee are all classed aa silver men and favorable to McLean for senator, with possibly two exceptions. After the .meetings of the delegates by districts there was a movement to bring out a new man for governor, one whe had not been in volved in the complications of the past two days, and Oeneral A. J. Warner, president oC the National Bimetallic League, and one of the original silver advocates hi congress,, was most prom inently mentioned aa the dark hone. Chicago Ptatfem Beaflnned. At the meeting rtt tne committees last night it was decided to make the tempo rary organization permanent so aa to proceed with business without delay. Hon. Ulrle Bloane will preside and Colonel W. A. Taylor wfll be secretary. Tbe new state central committee was organized by the McLean men. Daniel McConviiie was re-elected chairman of the state executive committee by a vote of 0 to L which Indicates the strength of the McLean delegates on all the com mit rees. The resolutions committee met last night. All the resolutions on Cuba, tariff and everything else were thrown away. The Chicago platform la reaf firmed and that part of it which refers to the financial question is reincorporated in the same language as jnsed at Chica go. This is all the platform that McLean wanted in the state convention last year and it is all he wanted at Chicago., KEBBA8KA BEPCBLICAN CLUBS. Meet at Omaha and Appoint Delegates to the Detroit Gathering, . Omaha, June 30. The annual conven tion of the Nebraska League of Repub lican cTuba was held in this city last evening there was a large attendance. The expected fight over alleged fraudu lent delegates did not occur, but a reso lution waa. adorted providing for a more systematic listing of clubs on the books of the secretary hereafter, by which auch abuses would be largely prevented in the future. Resolutions indorsing President McKlnley, the Republican congressional delegation from Nebraska, the gold standard and protection were adopted in a very enthusiastic manner. Resolutions were also adopted recom mending that the next national conven tion of the league be held in Omaha, and the delegation from Nebraska to Detroit was instrncted accordingly. . C E. Winter, of Omaha, was elected presi dent of the league; Brad D. Slaughter, of Lincoln, vice president; Ed. J. Mock, of Hastings, secretary, and P. J. Halt, of Saunders county, treasurer. Thirty delegates and as many alternates were elected to represent the league at the national convention to be held In tstrdlt Bryaa Starts ea a Western Tour. Lincoln. Neb., June 30. Hon. William J. Bryan left yestenday morning for Hastings in company with several state offlesra to participate in the ex-Representative McKeighan memorial services. Prom that point Bryan will go to Salt Lake and thence to California. He will be In the latter state for four days, be ginning next Saturday and will speak at a celebration tat Los Angeles next Mon day. He will also visit Oregon before returning to Salt Lak to attend the trans-Mississippi congress, of which he Is president. After that meeting he will be Joined by Mrs. Bryan and will go to Tel- low Stone park to visit for a mouth. - "Liberty" Farty mt Tna Lincoln. Neb.. Jane The state eon vention of the Liberty party (free silver Prohibitionists), began here yesterday afternoon with delegates present from fifteen counties. C F. Bender, of Lin' coin, candidate last year for the presi dency, called the convection to order and made an extended anmh TMnwb rary organization waa effected by the eiecuou ox j. b. rorbea, of Hariast county, for chairman and X If. Da worth, coantv. MF,l,m rVM- mltteea were appointed aad adlnammewf taken fn. ik. - A SOLILOQUY ft JaaaCiMiia. Bvary Day Mmm. Restricted diet and ao tobaoeo or coffee" doctor says. "" That, or Innerai. Might as well be funeral. Better try another doctor,' get a tonic or something. Tried all tbe kinda t-kaow already aad, al way a worse after taking them awhile.' Doctor says my nervous syatem ia poisoned with the druga in tobacco and coffee. Other people caa naa them and be Still I believe theyalwaya do have aomemeak spot. t . Wander if it a ao, that these pot sona do center on aome one organ of the body in aome people and aoatter over the nervoue sj stem in otnera. I'm aick anyhow. Doctor says the only way to keep alive ia to leave bff the cauao of the diaeaae. Say a no mediciaea will help me aa long as I keep using the narcotic drnga. Oh, Lord. Poat aaya, "The most roval fun in all the world ia the ' f ua of being well." Believe I had more f ua la one hour and better feeling right Inside when I waa a boy and healthy, than I ever got out of tobacco and coffee. Man's a fool to trade off good health for anything on earth. 'Business goes right, home plena, ant, frienda friendly, daya bright and peace reigns, when I'm well. Devil to pay when I ain't. Take all kinda of risks with my health that I wouldn't think of tak iajr in a business venture. ' Plain I am going into physical bankruptcy aure. Wonder if I have any sente and nerve left. Only one way to stop the rnin. t Wake up, be a king, an absolute monarch over body and it will do well ita part aa a trained servant But once you let the servant rule and the love- of authority makes trouble. We'll settle the question of man agr ment right now. Tobacco goes aad coffee gees. Plain food and driakl will rale, until I get well at least. Ahotdtinkat meals is all right and as I don't care for tea or cocoa and can't digest coffee, believe I'll try Postum Cereal. They say it ia made from the nourishing part of grains and looks like the finest coffee, that one gets to liking it aa much aa they ever liked coffee. John Bradatreet works hia brains to the tune of a big fortune every year and said yesterday his braina had been clearer beoause his liver had a chance, since he quit cof fee and nsed Postum Cereal. Belidve I'll stay in the- procession awhile longer. I ""notice it'a the whisky, tobaoeo and coffee cranks that get it in tbe neck, some way. from paralysis down, and believe I'll train with old mother Mature a while. Have Toa Had tha OrlpT If you have, you probably need a reliable medicine like Foley'a Honey and Tar to heal your lungs and atop tne racking cougn inoiaentai to thia disease. Hold by M. F. Bahnaen and T. II. Thomas, druggista. CASTOR I A Jot Infants and Children. Notice to Contractors. Ceiled propMslt W'll be received at the ely elerkf office. Rock Island, antil tfoadsy, July 1. 18S7. at S o'clock u. ai . foe exnetmatlae the hnaroTentoats otoe red by Its etdlsaaces entitled a- roiiowe: "an etdtnaace for tae tmpramwnt of Htatfc street n the etty of Hock Ialaad, state at IlUaoie, fiom the eolith line of Second arena to the aoitk raw of Thlre STenae." "An onttunce for tbe trapravtmant of Teats street In tbe rlty of Bock Island, ttate of Illinois, f torn the tooth line of eaoons avenue to tae north I'D cf i bird avenoe And for Inmlf bing all to materials and doing to wore accoiojoe to plana ana apecincatwas oa tie at tbe city dark See. Blank bWa will be f ami, bed on application ' Kachbid meat beacenuoaaied by a aertlfird check In the ram of See hand red it 500) dollar. en aome hock laland bank, parable to the ordrr ortaeauTorOTMid cut. wniea aba 1 iteaaae forfaited to aaid city ia cats tbe Mdder thallfad to enter into contract wltbtn tea (1U) day after tae aearamc Of eoniran, wi n approve BBretiesta esecnte the work for the price aaen- ttoaad ie his aid. end aer list to tha plan and apecacetioB In th event that the contract shall awarded him Book Uland, m., Jan 30. JM7. A. D. Hoiaiso, City Cletk. mm Ht'It : J gray nnq resto" to i aaaanl cofar bv (.KK-at MAI R. ta t-m4-C- T,, ava.barmleav eleauet aM. 4 a haule Ltn MASK TOdM: earn, daVdraCatoae hairffCTefiaeawta aiiaaiiil,aaJeetaniaW Lan aa ica B-FZe He rmitm av.h V I J anaamaaa laaaaai an Saw ea aaaaMeusa t & Prchional ATTonma. If oCaUUZH KaCASXBXV. ' t1';1' Attotneja aa law. Roe Ialaad aad Miu ogo over Krai! a Mashe sun, fctilaa ! 'JACKSON HURST, ' t f J?"? oak Mead Mat J. J. BOACU. AtasraayaiLaw. WaL L. LTJDOLPH, Attorney at Lsw. MotnyyvoUMKB. Clsasral Leenl answaavBT. o. SWEEBET WALKER, ' Aitorneys and 0auoafloni at Lai -Offlea la Beacatoa CHARLES J. SEARLE, State Attoraer. S Counoenor M iw. Offlo in eoort McKNIBY A UcENIRT. Attorney rlkS'ltlAne M, mnnM mm m i If eolteeUcma. Referee, MltebeU fiwi Daanera. Lyotie Building. oxariaTa. C. L. SILVI3, Over Kreil a Math a, I Seeond DR. J, D. UNAS GST. Ipffl.' Room n, Whl taker Bleek, corner Third and Braay straeta, nTa I pork. N. T. DENTAL PARLORS, IU 9. Third St, Davenport. For palnlns fllUna with the nUeule ! natapfione. Palnlani axtraetiae. All I work at one-half the aaoal iiilnaa i Guaranteaa for 10 years. raraioiAjra. ; DR. CHAS. M. ROBERTSON, Bye, Bar, Noes and Throat Only. OtBee, Whlttaker moafe. eaathwaat Seoraer of Third and Brady nrent, Davenport, Iowa BooantlT and IS. uwwm. , nil aa, l ee p. aa. AacHrTBcra. JAMES P. BUBBELL, : Boom 41, Mltehall Lrnea baOdlnc, ! third boot. DRACKAKERN8, Arehltaeai aad . maaaatt A Lraaa MUa. Seeoaaaoor. rtvoBtar. 1 : v HENBTOAETJE. Prop. ' Oiuypiaanoek Mnrasry. Oat Flowers and nsstaas of ao city stora, iew asaona a lata. Parker's Laundry TMwaa.nJbd' EE SMOLE 1 SiHLL QF aaUafaetloa and deUght. , XY. aa every ma doea. whaa - va deliver (la work, for It ia always lanndriad to emit Hia. Royal Nfba. Ton caa have yoara tha eame by tending It haaa. 8ea - no HBeimtt MA trla trpa earTfl wniaa Ttae, " JW mmmm. leave a lasting impression. R&ere of woman, she cannot the art of taking care of it lessons she can learn is that is not only the most efficient means of keeping thirtga dean, but the most economical as well. Whether tor washing clothes or cleaning house it proves its worth beyond question. It's never too late for a a an to barn the Santa Clans lesson. Sold everywhere. Made only by THE IT. K. FAIRBAKX COMPANY. CHICAGO. CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE "mTm AV m UI-wVI llT-r -w . w .na Alir law lata Iffmvillviah tVew lltA f i ill t M . IMwaa-Knwnmatf.,a ft&4 X Et j Work, CONSULTATION FlEE. NKBVOD8 DEBIUTT Exhauatlva aaan.wastnajartaaawal HHaiaa. CATARRH Dyspepsia, Asthma. .BhaamatiauL Sorofala. Sr chili a. niaad. 5?iagrll1' WWwaf VARICOCELE-.!.! the moat aatlva yZSi!!! f??,? vTOMEN Sufferlnfr Item dlaeaaea peoollar to their mx should consult as. WketnmaneeirTnapMhopelea J eaaratioaa aarfonaaa ai jwur haaM If SaaLea. Abaomlaal and tenia saiaery a eDaall FACIAL BLEMISHES Superfluous hair removed. 0 OHLT CURABLE CASES TAKES o I as let JS, Best of references sad creaestisa. OH. J. E. 17ALSII. OFFICE 1U W. TWrd BU, MoCalloagk. Balidlag. Davaapori. Iowa ACYCUKQOUTWa you ao now and ia less time. With an easy-runninr: Stearns Bicvcle von Mn uv. r,,irrl. time to enable you to take delightful outings. ine fctearas is called the Yellow Fellow because of ita orange finish; we have it in black if you prefer. Asa our agent or send direct E. C STEARNS & CO., MAEBKS. Factories: Branches: SraAcrsa, N. Y., , BwAto. K. Y.. Toaosrro, Out. Sam Fkaciico, CaI. & A. SPENCER, A geat. Rook Ialaad. THE HOME LXADE Is every bit that costs two aad three times If yoa woald taaU aa ifood bear aa amoaey eaa bay aad aaiaaea aad ariaae eaa prcdaea, yoa will ask for Eoek Ialaad Bear . anas uma yoa save a taint, aerie Immki .t m.T.mX . v ,vju V UIUUUUU1 Aa 'the home is the true begin too young to acquire One of the most helpful iw cwxvx, , Establlaaod by DRS. UJALSII Specla'lsti la Chronic, Nervous and Special Diseases of both sexes. drain, laapleuneM, tbraateaal lai amntainarsaadmea ana la aerveis aaAaaaaea - WaJwsiiaaaltf SLiUayaat aevanoal er aaaaa lot nervous deblUty. Why treat v "w " at aasa kr ma p.'ai lltaU.llBl.tHa. ewaaye. You arc awarfi ymJ go without food and still retain your strength; yet yoa 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 odd ten long years to your life ? You can thn. with dear brain and added energy, accomplish more than for beautiful '97 ' Year Boole" " aa good aa the imported bear mora thaa It really ia worth. or oraer a eaae ior i ROCK ISLAND DHCWINC CO IS..- Baa want avaaaa, Boatoa. i Dm state aad Toarth Av Brat navMlsu.