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TOE AHQUB, TnurSJPAY. OCTOBEj. 1. 1CS3.
DULL times cause low
kept busy. Here are
cannot be resisted.
Sale is for This Week Only.
Cotton lilanketH, 45c a pair.
Turkish Hath Towels, Sr. 4c,
fc. and Or.
Men's I'.iiie Hiimlkert'liicfii,
3c and 5c.
Cotton Flannel at 4c.
Lii en Crash at 41 c.
Cotton Toweling at 2Jc and
Half Wool Flannel, 12Jc. 15c
ani 181 c.
Wash Rags, 2c, 3s and 4c.
Germantown Yarn, 5c a skein.
Dress Goods, worth 43c, at
Dreas Print at 3Jc.
Unbleached Muslin, 3c and
Bleached Muslin, 4c.
Unbleached Cheese Cloth, 4c.
217 a;nd 217 yZ West Second St., Davenport.
That it has taken time and study and work to
produce Shoes worth your buying at prices fair
for you to pay? Think it over.
Think this over, too that descriptions are
cheaper than materials. Be sure the shoes you
buy are as good as you're made to believe they
are. Our new fall styles are in. Ladies' shoes
of any grade, and some wear-resisters for the
children that are worth your while to buy I
1704 Second Ave.
prices. We must be
some quotations that
Jeans, worth 35c, at 25 o.
Shirting Flannel at l-SJe.
Men's Cray I'mlerwearat 17c.
Ladies1 Jackets reduced to
75c, 1 and f 1.50.
I.adies',Kid Cloves, regular
price 9c, at 35c.
ISreakfast Shawls, 17c, 25c
Ladies1 Dreeing Sacques at
Ladies wool surface, double
texture. Black and Navy Mack,
intoshes at $4.75. . i
Ladies1 double texture tan
Mackintoshes, $3 50.
Rugs and Door Mats at cost.
Oil Cloth Bibs at 6c each.
Oil Cloth Mats at 3c each.
Tins at lc per paper.
Wool Soap at 4c and 7c.
Dry Goods CO.
In the furnishing line
may be contained in (
this cut, if not, we are
sure you will find
what you want in our
Furbishing ' Depart'
thingthat is new, styl
ish and attractive.
You Can Bake
At a tracers.' 10c, lie uni XSs.
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lot a 1
VAH CAMP PAOa3 CO.
A" NIG HTTJ? N0ISE1Sr?;
Republicans Attempt to Drown
the AltgeJd Meeting.'
AID MAKE A GOOD DISPLAY.
IttkiTUkkf TwtmmT. Pawaa.ly
Umn at Ratpnl TlMaU and la im
Uimi Air -A a kff-rt tor VlcRlaly a Ml
Republican last niht attempted
to undo the effect of Uov. Alti;eld's
speech at Harper's theatre in the !
afternoon. They got up a big noise
and a fine street 'parade. Then there
were sf.rb.ts at Harr.nr tbcs'ru
and on Market square, bat lh at
tractive 'nature ot h evening titled
when the t'iiltet inr paeaut bad
passed. This latter incident was alto
gether worth seeing. The gaWy uci
formed organizations from the three
cities in a marching colnmn, under
the direction ot Maj. W. T. Channon,
and some ot them executing prettv
maneuvers, marched for two hours
and a half through the principal
streets, and the spectators cheered
the campaigners a the passed.
There was enough tarietj and
enough muc atd general clamor
to relieve it of any appearance of
mototony, and the only tiresome
part prooably came to the pedestri
ans who carried oil or other political
At the theatre the crowd was not
beginning to b? what it was in
tbe afternoon. John J. Ingram pre
sided and he felt tbe weight of re-
ponnouities imposed upon him.
He labored under the duties de
volved upon him most distrssinel
and seemed relieved when he trot
through his little speech which came
opposite No. 4 on the program. .It
began with a dog story and the ex
ertion partook of an exhortation In a
country meeting' house, not with-
standing the beginning. He wanted
his bearers to swear to stand by Mc
Kinley and protection and sound
money, to cherish this thought it
their minds until election day and
not to forsake it no matter what
The exercises opened with a selec
tion by a tho glee club, whereupan
Mr. Ingram expressed his realization
of tbe great honor imposed upon hiai
and presented Charles Kohlfs, ot
r.uffalo, N. V. Mr. Rohlfs struck an
attitude and the audience became
awestricaeu. He glared at the faces
before him and they became terror
ctricken. He gave utterance to a
sound and almost precipitated a
stampede. He raved for an Instant
and subsided. He said some terrible
things about William J. Bryan, lie
talked about everything in general
and nothing in particular. He de
clared "enough said1' and retired.
Tbe audience thonght so. too. The
Lincoln- Mandolin club as intro
duced and gave a cleverly executed
selection. Then came Mr. Ingram1
turn. In conclusion he presented T.
V. Powderiy. ex-general master
workman of the Knights of Labor,
who would speak aoont an hour and
then a half hour "on the square.1'
Pewrfan la Heare.
Id opening his. remark! Mr. Pow
deriy referred to document which
he held in his hand and which be
said had been placed in his hand at
nearly every place he had spoken.
It was the copy of what purported
to be a letter written by Powderiy
some years ago to a frieod in which
he condemned the republican party
even to damning it outright. Mr.
Powderiy pronounced the letter a
forgery, said he had never written it,
bat granting that he had written
such a letter, what would be the
honor of a man who had divulged
the contents of a confidential docu
ment witbont the content of tbe
author.. Had he not believed in tbe
sentiments ot the republican party
then he would have said so;
had he bellved In the democratic
party now he woald have taken
bis stand with that party, but
it was became he believed in tbe
d jcirine advocated by William M j
Kinley and the party he haU founded
that lie was proud to stand for Wil
liam licKinlej. Tbe ex-kuight tLen
went into a denunciation of tariff
reform and in advocacy of protec
tion. He held that the party which
met in convention in .Chxago was
neither the democratic party or th
populist party, but a combination
called the pupocra'-ic party. A an
arcanfent o ecutradiet t'ua ax-Jaaa-
tioa that tbe depre! erudition of
farm products since 187S. was doe
to the demonetization ot silver, he
eited labor saving machinery as the
cmn6. These improvements, strange
to say. nil having participated in tbe
revolution in the achievements of in
vention that have come from that
particular date of 1S73.' He spoke of
immigration which brought interior
labor i ito competition with Ameri
can labor as another cause.
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TERENCE V. POWDEKLT.
peopic1 party, and it
was on this acct-ur.1 that Hc-Lri
Tont1' Watcnn was the Oniy tjpe r!
representative of the p4'pl'a jr!y
before the people while he was .a
ticket that bad no bead. Mr. Tow
Cerly got considerably mixed ween
j he undertook to answer some of tbe
statements maae la me aiternom
meeting and attributed to Gox. Alt
geld tbe argomeut raised . by W. J.
Krr. ot Toeblo. Col., aa U liie in
trinsic worth of a vailvr dollar still
also of 2o nUkels. Powderiv he'd
that a nickel was not worth anything
except in this country, while the it
dollar was good for 100 cenu the
world over simply because the gold
dollar stood back of it. , The ' stnmp
dea not make tbe metal good. It it
not the Htamp b the government's
promise that attaches the value. He
undertook to show that there wan
no crime of 73, . that the legisla
tion of . that time was flrst
propo-td in 1870. that everything
was cpea and above board and not
dune in tie stillness of night. He
gave whit he termed object lessens
as to the comparative worth of gold
and silver bullion and axaibited
samples in support of his argument.
He read a list of silver mine owners
in tbe country, aggregating to47.
100,000. including Senator Stewart,
as one of those interested, and con
tended that the vart silver interests
were back cf ike silver coinage move
ment. He took up (iov. AltgeM's
chrge in the afternoon of his baring
fa leu under the influence of Mark
Haan. He. would have paid no at
tention to this charge had it cotre
from anyone hut the governor cf the
state, but he held that no otie' might
to make Charges that man bad Wn
bribed unless he couid prove iU
Then he declared the charge an un
mitigated falsehood, and followed
this impressive assumption with n
heroic defense of Mark Hanna
and his relations with labor,
atd undertook to prove all
allegations of the Cleveland bess
being antagonistic to labor's cans,
unfounded. He tried to ahow by affi
davits, made before himself aa a no.
tary public, that Bryan bad said
naughty things about labor at one
time, particularly specified, and then
contrasted this with the fact that
McKinley had devoted his free
services as attorney to n number ef
mine rioters. The work question he
held was the source of trouble in tbe
country. Settle the work, question
and the money question will tak
care of itself." Tbe speaker name
back eventually to tbe ebargea of
corrupt influences having direoted
his present eonre. He had been in
consistent, he said, nt times, and
had nt one time advocated free silver,
hut he believed now In aonod mouev
and protection and McKinly. He
had lieen charged with being bought
and with being bribed. Headmitud
that he bad been bought and that he
bad been bribed, and he paused a'te
each admission and etraigbteued
himself np tor the dramatic effVct
Then he said be would get his pay
when mnd monev, prntet Moo and
Mrginley triumphed Nov. 3- And
there was nut a man present la
Powocily was US at esiM through
out hit remarks, and seemed to b
laboring under an incessant nrvou
strain and the constant fear that a?
would be taken to task. In fact,
when he attributed to G. v. Mtgvld
the remarka mad by Mr. Krr in
the afternoon, and s 'me 010 in tb
andieuce ventured to corre.;t Lim.
tbe new ka ght of gold promplv aid
ironically assured the kindly' dis
posed individual that he was doing
the talking. Thereafter none ven
tured an interruption not even
wben the speaker declared: "There
is not a man living or is he ded who
will dispute this statement."
Sarlwt ae Mttm.
The glee club hanr. Chairman In
gram made a piea to the audieoM
not all to go. and A. W. Wright, for
merly of the executive board of the
Knights of Labor, spoke. There
were also spoeches on Market aqoare.
where J. K. Scott presided. K.hlf
and Powderiy tslkd.
It was n noisy night in K.ck Isl
and. That was what it was intended
to be. And that is all there was
When they put n man in jail he
cannot follow his natural incline,
tiuna. He cannot eat what he wants
to he is limited to n very frugal
diet Is it not equally true of n dys
peptic? For all of the real enjoy
ment he gets out of life, he might as
well be in jail. He cannot eat what
he likes, nor enough. He suffers
much, gets little svmpntby. At first
perhaps a little 'heaviness in the
stomach, n little sourness, windy
belching and heartburn; headaches
and biliousness and n fool last in
tha mouth in the morning. Chronic
constipation is almost inevitable, and
means that the body Is holding poi
sonous, impure matter that should
be gotten rid of. The poison is be
ing reabsorbed into tbe blood and the
who.e body. Impurity in the blood
may lead to almost any disease.
Onstlpstinn la the start of it aU.
Dr. Fierce1 Pant lo lets care
constipation, cure it it stats
cured Si other remedy In the
world will Jo that.
Sesd 1 cents in l-enl stamps to
World'- Dispenser Medical Associa
tion. Buffalo. N. Y., and receive Dr.
Pierce's l.OOx-page Common Senee
Medical Adviser, illustrated.
-Taa Yaae OaanalM-1 see.
I wUI replace tree all work that I
dona during tie past 10 years
that la net
tt. M. Baacocn,
172& Second arenae
So. I Cs.j Tb. I Y?8 J T11. j F.i. Sgtl
4 5 6 748 9 10
11 1213 1415 16 17
18 10 20 21 22 23 24
C PT.M'COMOCHIt CALLEO
CoapiaaIr M tha KaOavaa luaa aa.
aaaa4 ft was..
('apt. Johl J. McC'nnochio. (if thn
Rjcma lC9e, tied at Hie horar (
his parent. ex-Mayor aid Mrs. Wit
liam McCunochie. SMS Neven:h ave.
nne, at 6:14 this m.'ttiing of ialliui
mation u( the lrm, a fur aa til
neia 'd two month. nile the dc-i-eufed
hid t-n ei v ivw f ir aome
time and his lifo bud be -a detiittd
of at interval, be eecmed tu haw
raiiird of late, aud bnnday was much
brighter than usual. Toward even
ing, however,' h bt-gao to : aad
fr-jm that time be failed gradually
until the end came this mnrniug.
JoLa James McCouovhlc tm the
oldest son of Mr. a&d Mrs. Yil:i!u
McC'onocbie. aud was bom in Iwck
Island Sept. XI, 1569. He jnt hi
boyhood here, and, exempting a few
interval when the family at as
sent from tho city, u!e 'it conlinu.
oosiv In hoiuv. He lurtil tic
trade of alone r.nllsr and ituu
kill1 in hi choea occupation.
April XI. 190, he enlisted In Cub.
pany A. L S. ., otherwise tbr Kd.
man Rifles, nnd baa reeolistt aiece.
first as a corporal July lu, 1993. and
Aug. 29 following be waa prvmnted
ti the rank of sergeant. lf m.
listed again July X7, l'4. and Vj
IS lat he wa eomiaiosiunMl capiwin.
Ha was devoted to tbe Hi fir
military con. pny, tak iog the mo.
internet in it, and exeriicg the same
painstaking industry thet be J.d in
all that he nadertoo'k'. He was one
of tbe upright nnd popular vonng
men in the city. Quiet in hie na
ture, he never had anything but n
kindly word and a pleaaant greeting
for all. nnd tbe grief hieh comes 10
those to whom he w m dear al
1 hi timet shared hy h't afrl
ntee nnd others who met him in the
various walks in life, and ai of
whom found him stead f-st. Ju-t atd
The funeral trangement have
aotst yrt heen dctrrmioed ujv.n.
(it:dus Hij Cb4u.!y r..inintiy,
which emu tu INtfvf's taeatre
next hunday for a wi k eogae
ment, is not an ur.knrn attrariiatn.
but is well and eceedlngy fjrore
bly knooa by our I bs-atte gne-rs. It
is the old Oord-jn-Obney cowi-any
which plsted to ruch crewj lat
spring, and returns with an entire! r
ew reMrtotre. Since thrlr U"t
vh.it the cotcpany has Imco gitutUy
streogtheced. and in addition to a
superb corps of pioyurs a&d tutu
cians. the Vitxard. rteuiii r i.t-K.r
and dancers f New Vutk Cat, mill
appear nt every performnce "in ep
todnte epecialtie. Ib- l .U fur
Sunday night is "iilty Mith't
Crtam." a a-aet comrdy drama of a'
otbing tatetest. Popular t ice all
week 10. s and 8(1 cents.
tota Dalt Bfarta,
3r.ox.ui from tlie story that Is told
li ,'.f rxtciit in.positiun on a buyer it
"old" Eti;lkh silver, a few wonle of
cautiiu tuny not be atnii. It is not nn
nn-xiuttui n trick tolakr a tray gi-unincly
bail maiai-d rn both rruti-r and boriUr
and ffro it l?l rp 'two p"". work
of t.io-r:i uaiinfiui K i;ii' ntti
tuto l lor t..v ull iit e mi r, it T!iia i
UHunlly done vry cli-wrly. tut tb
point of junction can be dct'V-ted by
ROtitly brea'Uiug over it. wIhu a thread
like line will appoor. By tbe saute test
one can drt.T-r t hi- ronr." ini'Vttioa
of lr.ii)f.rfru a hj'i HKi.i. ltu.ii 4 anirfil
otd vk-jtt ! a 1'tt" ii-ti tu 44 . It is
not many yi ara co Mnry iiw.tovl tu
the Loudou nj how Hi!!, a r. 1i f ;i
vemiiith in Oxf'dtt- . n i.i.vi -c.-d
of srllinc to a l7y a o i:.,-'-t Mi'id sil
ver djum r srric-, fr.:uu!.i.tiy suit! ta
bt of the titue i'f i; .nu.
! Delighti-d wu!i li-r r-cti-haw, whirh
lost fcer iO.Od(i. i j r f nnl.
Mr. ChaSer. the f.iiiixr,f.'o;i:iH
with her. ilring pn--d tm l.i0 ii;io:i.
be proved to her tbut the Lkll mark in
every piece ef tbe errire bad bitu
traiiaf erred from om,o;lHrobj-t . IiU
was tried, found guilty, stnt to priavn
with hard labor, aud a.o run pi lkd 14
make rcstitutinu. In Lug land, ti'.apcv
ing with tbe ball mark is an offense
against the svernnient. In America
there 1 uo way tu puuiali the fraudo lent
dealer ft this -wl furaa t4 ioia.
tion. Consn-rxg 1:11s it ts via-rto
buy good AiiK-tK 411 silverware, la-arttis;
such a traili mark a 1 n guar ei, tea ut
iU purity, than 10 risk bring swusdled
in m pnrrbase uf eld Luropean plate.
30 John McM-tia to P. P. Balrd.
tii'tliialuul buid, SI. 10,
Mat Ida Frcebe V ' GnsUvt
Krapp, lou C tnd 7. block S. villara
of Coal Valley. $200.
Andrew Blixt to Nel Wlllndnen.
part loU 1 nnd 2. Mock 3. Caienro
or Lover d.. KVk Island, pm. .
What you eaed
care joo. Get Dr.
Is somei blag to
Tbe trrt trmi f.eve In lK'aaa) K a-fc
Ammcn wan lurated at Haynhaui iu
w r - - - i
I an fJigvr'
'i'l A c!i.-uri
f au u av i,
icood tobacco? then he thinla about if
Ihc size of the p!u?. He lints both i
f Koodncss and Hliscss la "Bank AxJ9 i
lie UtJs a 5 cent piece almost aa
Urge as a 10 cent piece of other high
grade brand. No ' wonder millions
f chew "Battk AxT '
THE IK)rULAK SUBJECT
m m. . a;?c 0uVlkRt"tvx. al $s, and our
a."" . 1 vj IC aMDOat -
Vwluu v. th- htch cuiiitv
rajtrrbl we tac !n our rlatr d
we couid not all or d to majee
thcra for $6. The price it now
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tt-S V . 1 -1 . .
inugc wurK, ine most vrirn- ; ,
tific and modera way oJ replaiing tectlx. Wc do xUj nuk
at or.c-hilf price. $5.
We tixtrct trrth rw Jtia ! nInVa aaili U . ..:
to the kuU no pas, ether,
hor a thort time we will -.resent our rmron with a tulc of
tooth paste of our own mak, ffoarautccd absolutdv I'ure.
All our work t;uara&t(xxi or ten year. Come and tve us
Coosulutioa and examination free.
New York Dental Parlors,
Dn. XaAtrCRe Proprietor.
115 Eat Th!td street, " - Davccport, fa
OUK AUGUST SPLCIAL-Wc will icfund cash
. for 20 mi' rallroatl fare on all bills of $5 or over
for one month. 1 . .
114 X7. CtTcsUcntO.
Pointenj. oiid Bccorators
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r jrarv fje-ef fe 't'
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vk have uom
Frca Silver - Gold
Our ilvcr f iirt at sac its
as-AS-St m va -M - it. . . fl f
r '-- as I lll I L71
chloroform, ex n-'jrntly 00
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