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THE ABOUB, SATURDAY, OCTOBBn 31. 1830.
IB 1M AW AW AW AW AW A W A V J V 2 W 2 W 2
OF CLOAKS AND
IX)T 1 Ladles brown mixed Jackets, rood
noe appearing garment. erer sncb
i LOT 2 Ladies all wool heavy mixed Jackets pearl tattoos, superior fin-
lsn, very attractive, never sold for less
LOT 8 Ladies all wool Jackets, assorted
sleeves, pearl buttons, nicely trimmed.
good value at 87. At tnis sale
LOT 4 Ladifs cheviot short Jacket, In
mohair braid trimming, half si is lined,
Always sold from f 13 to $1S. Now
LOT 5 Ladies Jackets, assorted colors in cheviot and kerseys, braid and
fur trimmed. These cloaks sold for Sis to $21. Close your eyes and
guess at what price we are going to sell this lot, knowing that it is im
possible for you to do so, as it is a miracle at i 00
In addition to the above five lots of Jackets
received at the following prices: $4
They come in rough effects. Kerseys,
navus. Drowns ana lans.
We also offer our entire stock of For Capes
oiUinal price. This means an immense raving to you, for Instance a
brown alpossum Cape which was 31 50 goes for f 15 75
A Persian Lamb Cape, which was $29, goes at $14.50
A beautiful Kii aimer Cape which was $35, goes at $17.50
A 30-inch China Seal Cape, heavy satin lining, regular price $36, at this
sale . $18 00
KriimiHT Jackets which sold for $65, at
Electric Seal Jackets which are cheap at
Muffs and Fur Scarfs
It's Remarkable, Isn't It? and Worthy of
217 and 2i7 West Second St., Davenport
A Grand Special Sale has been Inaugur
ated at Wright & Barber's that will give all
an excellent opportunity.
Men's Fine Enamel Shoes
Here now Is your chance to be winter shod.
1704 Second Ave.
When a Visitor
s iwppcas in
m . . -wx u rrxro
or a aeucious luncheon -ml
1 if she Jias Van Camp'a mfYt
I Pork and Bean, in &e MUV
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I X50 and moc.
f Senti e fa stoma for
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W 2 W 2 W AW A W AW A W A W A W A W AW A W A
26, at 9 a. m.
sleeves, nice buttons, sad a
value c ntrea at sucn a ww price 75c
tban ae, at this sale 91 50
co'ors, good styles, let- o'muttoa
Never before was Were sneb
blue and black, exsellent quality
good size sleeves, very stylisn.
N 00 j
we offer the latest styles, which we
50, 86.50. S7.50, 18.50, 99 50. 110.50.
bonclays, Irish freeze, and in blacks.
and Jackets at one half the
the above reduction they will
68, only $34.00
Dry Goods CO. I
OUR HAT g)
STOCK is now complete, and
we are able to show you
some very pretty shapes at
much cheaper figure than you
would suppose. Don't waste
money needlessly, but call on
us and you are sure to be
THE OHIO ORATOR.
Ben Butterworth and His Posi
tion on Silver.
A 8TR0IO ADVOCATE LA8T AFSTL.
PiMCklK tarn Tallow Staaa-
Cxaaapla at Baaaarkabla
Chun f Fraat ska Carreaey
When Got. John P. Altgeld oame to
Reck Island early in September 1 tit
to officiate at the laying of the
corner atone of the Western insane
hospital at Watertowo, it will be re
membered, the republicans got up a
political demonstration in the even
ing for no other purpose than to
show their disrespect for the gover
nor of the sttte, who was the guest
of the two cities in a purely official
and social capacity, and without ref
erence whatever to polities. Hon.
Ben Butterworth. the brilliant Ohio
orator, who is a frequent visitor to
Moline, where two of his sons reside
and who is now there, was the star
speaker of the occasion alluded to.
Of course Mr. Butterworth spoke
from the gold standard standpoint of
republican adoption. It was the cus
tomary stock argument of the repub
lican partv. Bat like most ot the
other representative republicans, Mr.
Butterworth dots not now think as
he did a few short months ago. He
has experienced a change of faith.
ostensibly, at least he appears to
have altered his convictions since
the St. Louis convention.
It was only last April that Senator
Henry M. Teller, of Colorado, arose
in the senate ana read a letter from
Mr. Butterworth accompaniog a com.
municauon irom samuel J. Kitchie.
leading republican merchant ot Ak
ron. ineywere reaa ana made a
part of the set. ate record. Some ex
tracts from that letter are now inter
esting, .considering Mr. Butter-
worth's present political attitude.
Here are some of these excerpts:
Tkaa aad If aw.
"In travelling through the several
states I find that persons employed
in ine various industries ana avoca.
tions of life, those whom Lincoln
was accustomed to call the plain
people and who are the salt of the
earth and strength of this nation.
in estimating the character and effect
of the mllaences that hare gained
supreme control in this nation, feel
and speak as Mr. Ritchie docs, and
they realize that the representatives
of the monopolistic combines, in one
form or another, have too firm a grip
on me legislative ana administrative
branches ot the national and state
governments tor that grip to be
easilv torn loose.
"The judiciary, indeed, is left, but
unnappuy there is too much reason
to fear that the confidence of the peo
ple in that last stronghold of free
men for the defence of the,ir rights
is oemg anectea by the general de
moralization and may be slowly un
dermined. This is less, if in anv de
gree, the fault of the judges than of
the general demoralization that the
influence and corrupt use of wealth
in otner aepartments has induced.
"We hear it asserted on all sides
that a great political party a party
of victory, of prestige and honor
will be seized by the representatives
of monopolies and combines, who will
advance the money to control nomi
nations and elections on the distinct
understanding that there will be
such legislation as will enable them
to recompense, by appropriating
revenues collected from the people
without being liable for embezzle
ment. And the farmers and producers
or me country are urged to asaist in
this scheme for despoiling them
selves, and. I may add, that vast
numbers of them listen to the siren
song, and like the victim of the
opium habit, in order to enjoy a
pieasing aeiusion risk the ruin that
God speed the day when our gov
ernment shall part company with
socialistic paternalism, and go out ot
me Dancing business ana stand as it
ought to, as guardian of peace; coin
our money, gold and silver, and let
us, without molestation, work ont
our own salvation, using the bound
less resources and vast opportuni
ties wun wnicn neaven nas blessed
Daptlvtas tka World at Half Its Maaar
"And the conviction is growing
mat me aemonetizatton ot one-half
the money of the world, no matter
what theoretical financiers rnsv say
is and wa6 by those who were chief
eontnvers of the manner of its ac
comphshment, intended to be a
scheme to increase by legislative en
actment the wealth of those who are
already wealthy, and the power of
those who are already too powerful.
That it has been done is certain; that
it has taken from the farmer and con
fiscated half the product of hie fields
is sure, and now as a measure of re
lief he is urged to tax himself fur
ther as a means to increase his as
fets. The farmer can't tell his
crops for enough to pay for the im
plements with which to till the
The English financier and capi
talist says to his countrymen: -The
United States government has con
sented to compel her citizens to pay
ns In gold all their debts, public and
private, and not only that, but her
ever redeemable, but never redeemed
and that will not stay redeemed
greenback can be so manipulated as
to compel the government to supply
the gold for that purpose, and the
sells us bonds to get the gold; and
better still, each dollar of gold we
pay for the bonds comes back to ns
ea the next steamer that sails from
Kew York; aad better vet, we have
by our financial scheme enabled von
Englishmen to boy American pro
d ce at halt the price and accept
demonetized silver or painted rags
in payment, while we make them
pay what they owe as in gold, the
purchasing power of which we have
doubled by demonetising silver.
. The policy has been pro
moted in the name ot an honest dol
lar, the descriptive term honest
being used lor wnac nas proved to
be the dishonest purpose of fleecin?
every producer In the land until the
people, debt ridden, tax ridden, mo
nopoly ridden and mortgsged to the
lip. are in a state ot rebellion. Was
ever an honest dollar made to per-
nrm a mission so aisnonesir
"Let the seeuritiet come, and rav
them with the money and currency
of the country, even as we accepted
that money and currency from the
lenders, stiver, we have not in
the Utited States enough gold to pay
16 per eent of the face value of tb
securities held in Europe. If the
holders desire to kill the gnote that
lays the gnlden egg, let them first
learn that that goose has been
pressed and squeezed to the limit.
and will lay no more eggs that lack
a substantial alloy of silver.
SECOND AVENUE ROBBERY
George C. Br
The burglar plied his vocation on
Second avenue last night.
usorge C. Bromley, the watch
maker, is the sufferer. His plare was
ransactea ana a t incnesier tine and
four 32-ealibre revolvers stolen The
burglars effected an entrance by first
geiung into me cellar, making the
sccona noor oy meant oi a trap door.
Tka Brtgkt Bettar Mgntm. '
The bright Union takes np the
pumas announcement oi 1 resident
Boland, ot the Pendleton (Ind.) Bot
tle works, tht he will raise the
wages of employes 10 per cent if
Bryan Is elected, and claims the
promise an idle one, and after attack.
lag Mr. Boland's busioesi meth
ods, holds that the glass works do
not need free coinage, but protec
tion from the products of the cheaper
laoor oi r.ngiana, Belgium and Bo
hemia. Ana tnat is tost what Mr,
Boland seeks through tne medium of
free coinage. He docs not wish the
wage standard of the gold
countries applied to American Indus
trios any longer. He wants a chance
to raise the wages of his men under
an independent American policy
That is what he seeks, may it be said
for the information of the bright edi
tor of the Eighteenth street journal.
SOUTH B EIGHTS HAPPEMIMQS.
South Heights, Oct. SO Two of
the children of J. W. Graham are sick
with the scarlet fever
William Weed a. of St. Louis, is
here on a visit to relative.
Mrs. Bender, Mrs. Lidders, Mrs
Levda and Miss Leyda visited Mrs.
J. C. Bailey Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lewis and
Perry Lewis, of Ueneseo, came down
to attend the Bryan meeting last
oaiuraay, ana also visited relatives
Miss Grace Hayes, 'who had an
operation performed on her a few
weeks ago, is getting along as well as
can do expected, much to the gratis,
cation of her friends.
Albert W. Bowen and son. Gait, ot
Washington, D. C. arrived Thursday
morning to visit Mr. Bowen' sisters.
Mrs. Snydtr and the Misses Ida and
Hina Bowen. They will remain un
til after election, so that Mr. Bjwen
may have an opportunity to vote.
Mr. Lenstrom, an elderly gentle.
man, who lives with his daughter.
Mrs. Blom, met with what niirht
have been a very serious accident
Tuesday afternoon. He was sitting
on a dox in tne front part oi the
wagon he was driving, when the box
slipped and he fell between the horse
and wagon. This heightened the
norse. wnicn started to run. and the
wagon passed over Mr. Lcnstrom's
body. Fortunately he escaped with
a few braises. The horse was after
ward caught by Harry Mannheim.
BJvar Kl plats.
The Verne Swain was in and out
as usual and the Jo Long and Wi
nona passca up.
The stage of water at the Rock
Island bridge this morning was 1.90;
as noon z.zo; the temperature 44.
The river is stationary at Red
Wing, falling at St. Louis, but it is
rising at all other points. The indi
cations are that the water will rife
0.2 to 0.5 foot at most stations from
St. Paul to Rock Island in the next
" Women are not the only ones who
are sensitive ahnnt thlr araa. A
man doesn't like to be told that he
is getting old. Health keens a man
young. It doesn't make any differ
ence if he has lived 80 years. If
they have been healthy years, he
will be hale and hearty and won't
look within 20 years as old as he is.
Good digestion and rich, red blood
make people look youthful. Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
makes rich, red blood. It makes
health in the right way. It works
according to the right theory, and
in 3l years of practice it has proved
that the theory is absolutely correct.
It begins at the beginning begins
by putting the stomach, liver and
bowels into perfect order, but it be
gins its good work on the blood be
fore it finishes with the digestive
system. It searches out disease
germs wherever they may be and
forces them oat of the body. All
Tbb Abbot. eUvereel
lag at yomr door at 10a a
MBS. GABEY'S TALE.
8ays Her Daughter Was Un
ALLEGES IT 13 ALL SPITS OSX.
BaraJy Baar tka
Four women took poeeeedon of
Mayor Knox's sanctum at the city
hall yesterday and awaited his ap
pearance. But he did aol material
ise. So they moved oa. The oar
tet we composed of Mrs. Joha
Garey, her daughter. Hie. Mrs
Charles A here stay and a German
woman, who says that Ella works for
her. and who refused to give her
name. They are all from Davenport.
They have a grievance, specially
Mrs. Oatey had blood in her eve.
She has called oa the mayor before.
bat aid not put the finishing touches
on her story, which she evidently
came prepared to do yesterday. The
woman is the m otner of Klla Uarey.
wno. in company wua aire. A bar.
aatny, wno at the time rave the
name of Etbylo Martin, has jest
neen reieatea irom tie county isu.
where she served 15 dejs on a charge
Mrs. Garey declares that her
daoghter Is not a vagrant; that she
is a good, hard-working, moral girl.
"She is a bit giddy, though. 1 ad
mit," said Mrs. Uarey. who is a very
determined women, with aa excellent
gift of gab. She never did a wrong
thing in her life. 8be happened to
be over in Rock Island one day on
an errana. airs. Abernatby aeoom
panted her. when they were picked
up by OfTioer Miller aad taken dowa
to the station tor no cause whatever.
Miller knows Ella Is my daughter
ana took mat meana oi paying back
an old grudge which he has held
sgainat me since six years ago.
woen. wniie he was chief of polioe.
I had tome trouble with him on ac
count of the arrest of my husband.
Why his aarne was John Hart a
But we separated three years ago af
ter I had discovered what he was.
My name is now Mrs. Garey.
though. It was all a piece of spite
work and I intend to have satisfac
tion it it is necessary to appeal to
. If SkaUaly Bad a Boa.
Mrs. Garey called at the county
jeii wneu sne ncara tnai ner naugn
ter bad been arrested. "When I
saw her behind the bars,." continued
the woman becoming dramatic, "I
fell flat on the floor. It was the first
time one of my children was dis
grsced, and if I had had a revolver I
would have used it then, because the
scene was more than I could stand."
Mrs. Garey farther claims that two
immoral women from Davenport
cauea at the county jailand proposed
to her daughter and her companion
tnat tney wonia see that they were
released if thev promised to lead
lives of shame. Mrs.. Garey alleges
tnat these women were influenced in
their scheme by Rock Island people.
Oftaa Oawaas Ma Bad af Saffarlac
Probably , half the people who see
this article suffer from piles. It is.
one oi the commonest diseases and
one of the most obstinate. People
have it for years and because it is
not immediately fatal they neglect it
Carelessness causes no end of suffer
ing. Carelessness about so simple a
tning as piles bas often caused death.
Hemorrhages occur from no appar
ent cause, and loss of blood causes
death. Hemorrhages occur daring
surgical treatment, often causing
Piles arc simple in the beginning
ana easily cared. They can be eared
even in the worst stages, without
psin or loss of blood, quickly, surely
and completely. There is only one
remeay that will do it l'ramia
It allays the inflammation Immed
iately, heels the irritated surface,
and with continued treatment re
duces the swelling and puts the
membranes Into good, sound, healthy
condition. The cure is thorough
and permanent. Druggists sell the
Pyramid Pile Cure at b ) cents. Send
for free book en cause and care ef
piles by addressing Pyramid Co.,
27 James Qaina to John H. Pen
der et ol.. lot 1 block 2. J. W. Spen.
eer's Second add.. Rock Island, $500,
28 Peter II. Peterson to Anna
Faust, lot 1. block S, Alday's add..
East Rock Island to Moline, I.
29 J. G. Franklin to Clarence
Ward aad William Adams, lot ,
block C, J. G. Franklin's add , Bar
stow, f 1.
Warkiac Waiaa'S Ai
21 S. Peoria St.. Chicago. 111.,
Jan. 11. I896.
Our Working Woman's Home as.
ociation need Foley's Honey aad
Tar six years ago, and are Being It
today. It has always been a favor
ite, for wbils its taste is not at all
unpleasant its effects are very bene.
fieiaL It has aever yet disappointed
us. Wishing yon all possible tne.
cess, stneerely yours,
Lacba G. Fizob. Baa. Mgr.
Sold by M. F. Bahasea.
I will replace free all work that I
have dona daring the past 10 jean
IBM is bos eousiaciory.
G. M. Babqocb.
11 Hot case BiSm Ska Baror aaw
far Palaa Inpilmaiial awys Baa CM
GREEN BUSH CASH GROCERY.
On and after November
Cash btttioess. believing it to
Below we quote a few of our
KewYork Rack Wheat
22 pounds Granulated Sngor..
Bars hanta ciaus soap ....
Pound Baking Powder
Graham Flour, per sack
Maple fcager, per ponad
Holland Herring, per keg... .
Clothes pins, per desea ......
Hating Bode. pr package. .. .
15 pounds Jelly
t-gallua Pail Syrup.. .'
kio uonee. per pound
Gold Da st. per package
Stuer Kraut, per gallon
Teast Foam, per pack aje... .
w neaiiiag, per package.
Mall-pint Bottle Catsap
Pint ltjttle Catsup
: ft : T . S.
1 4. M,l
A HAND 8AW 13 A
13 THE PROPER THING
THE POPULAR SUBJECT
be with free coinage. Our
A dkllSantaraB a ft C OF eaaa. M
Owing to the high quality of
material we use In our plates
we could not afTnrri tn matt
them for $6. The price is
tific and modern way of replacing teeth. Wc do this work
We extract teeth positively painless with an application
to the gums no gas, ether, chloroform, consequently no
S?a - . ! III - f .1. m..t t
va at iiniii iiiihs wc wiu prevent Viu suwna) WIU1 at iUUC Ol
tooth paste of our own make, guaranteed absolutely pure.
All our work guaranteed for ten years. Come and see us.
i-onsultation and examination
New York Dental Parloro,
115 Third street,
Buyer and Seller
ist we have determined to do a
your interest at well as our own
Good Smoking Tobacco, per lb.
Can Cora. 5 cents aad ep.
Soda Crackers, per pound
stmt I'lCkiee. per ral
Cora Starch, per package
2 lbs. Washing Soda.
Tea Biftiage, per package
Bulk Starch, per poead
Sack Salt. fte. Ce aad c
Bye Flour, per eack
Rye Meal, per eack
Hew Orleans Molasses, per gat
Ginger Snaps, per pound
Mixed Pickles, per qesrt
Cocoeoet. per ponad
Amber Coffee, per pound
2700 Seveoth Avenue
Now ready for Insp ee
tioe. Also a full stock
of Fall and Winter
Gloves. Fur goods
made to order. All
kinds of fur repairing
GOOD THING BUT NOT TO
WE BATE BOTH
Free Silver Gold
Our silver fillings at ;oc arc
Was1i iiiw - .ill .
22k gold crowns at $5, and our