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THE AltQUP, T7CDPESPAY STOVEIIDUn 4 1CC&
OF CLOAKS AND FURS, Beginning
Monday, Oct. 26, at 9 a. m.
LOT l Ladle brown mixed Jackets, gmd sleeves. Dice buttons, and a
fine appearing garment. Never sncn value tffered at such a low price ?5e
LOT Ladles all wool heavy mixed Jackets, pearl battons. superior fin-
isn, very attractive, never sold (or less
IX)T Ladles all wool Jacket;, assorted
sleeves, pearl battons, nicely trimmed.
good value at 97. At tats sale
LOT 4 ladles cheviot short Jacket, In
uonair oraia trimming, bait si ik lined, good size sleeves, very stylish,
; Always sold from $18 to 18. Now $4 00
LOT 6 Ladies Jackets, assorted colors in Cheviot and kersey, braid and
fur trimmed. These cloaks sold for 818 to 821. 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 95 00
In addition to the above five lots of Jackets
received at the following prices: 94 50. 56.50, 97.50, 98.50. 90 50. 910.50.
They come in rough effects. Kerseys, bonclays, Irish freeze, and in blacks,
navies, browns and tans.
We also offer oar entire stock of Fur Capes and Jackets at one half the
original price. This means an Immense savin; to yon, for instance a
brown si possum Cape which was $31 50 goes for 915 75
A Persian Lamb Cape, which was 929, goes at 914.50
A beautiful Krimmer Cape which was 935, goes at 917.50
A 80-Inch China Seal Cape, heavy satin lining, regular price 936, at this
M' 918 00
Krimmer Jackets which sold for $65, at the above reduction they will
o at 933.50
Electric Seal Jackets which are cheap at 868, only 934 00
Huffs and Fur Scarfs AT COST
It's Remarkable, Isn't It? and Worthy of
KLUC-HASLER Dry Goods CO.
217 and 217 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 at $3.
Here now h your chance to be winter shod.
Come quick. .
1704 Second Ave.
WHAT'S THE MATTER
WM Mam's Sloes?
THEY'RE ALL RIGHT!
A fvT? KIGHT
than 96, at this sale 91 50
colors, good styles, leg otaattoa
Never before was there such
blue and black, excellent quality
we offer the latest styles, which we
AS IT SEEMS TO BE.
Continued from Sixth Page.
thousand marchers came from Akron
and woke the echoes of the "wee sma'
hours" with rells of delight.
Word reached the McKinley cottage
at 3:15 that a hundred loaded coaches
are en route here from Pittsburg and a
like number from Chicago.
Six to Om for Bryan.
Helena, Mont.. Nov. 4. At midnight
77 precincts give McKinley 2.491; Bry
an, 13.449. Six to one in favor of Bry
an. The fusion state ticket and Hart
man for congress are practically even.
Claimed for the Ohio Mum.
TopekaKan., Nov. 4. Returns come
in slowly, owing to large and complex
ticket. Such scattering returns as
have been received verify the estimates
of the state Republican central com
mittee and assure the Ftate (or Mc
Kinley by est less than 5.000 plurali
ty, which may be Increased to 15,000.
The factor of the doubtful vote has
made the result uncertain, but every
thing Indicates that a majority of auch
vote has been cast with the Republi
cans. WITH THE DEFEATED CANDIDATE.
Did Not Consider the Care Hopeleaa at
Midn:ght Xakm no Comment.
Chicago. Nov. 4. Bryan received the
election returns last night at his home
over a special wire. He remained dur
ing the evening in his private room In
the second story of his house, leaving
the first floor to the newspaper corre
spondents. He told them that if he
had any communications to make to
them he would notify them. He spent
the afternoon sleeping and was very
little disturbed by callers.
The newspaper correspondents who
gathered at Mr. Bryan's house for the
purpose of receiving the election re
turns found a comfortable office on the
lower floor of Jhe building, and the
figures were brought to them without
effort on their part; hut they might as
well have been in the offices of their
respective papers so far as getting at
Bryan was concerned. He remained In
his room during the entire evening with
the exception of a few minutes, when
he descended the stairs and exchanged
greetings with his Journalistic callers,
but he then and afterwards declined
positively, though courteously, to make
any statement for publication. " His Im
mediate friends reported, however, at
midnight that Mr. Bryan did not con
sider the cause as definitely lost, but
that on the contrary he considered that
there was still ground for hope of his
He had expected that the first re
turns, being fr.om the large cities, would
be against him. He left orders that
the principal bulletins be sent to his
room, and he read them there, mani
festing especial interest In the reports
from Nebraska. Mrs. Bryan spsnt the
early part of the evening with her
guests. She did not lose her customary
cheerfulness in the face of the adverse
reports, and she appeared well pre
pared for the worst, though evidently
not devoid of hope for better fortune
than the reports appeared to warrant.
She retired about 10 o'clock, leaving
the entertainment of her guests to the
lady friends who had assembled to pass
the night with her. These were: Mr.
Bryan's sister, Mrs. Irene Rogers; Mrs.
Bryan's cousin and Mrs. Schwlnd. She
remained after that hour with her hus
band. In case of the confirmation of
the report of his defeat, it is under
stood to be Mr. Bryan's intention to
issue an address urging the mainte
nance of the silver cause as the para
mount Issue for the next campaign.
At 12 o'clock the correspondents
awaiting the results were served with
lunch, and at 11:30 the library was
closed and no more bulletins were re
ceived. Bryan was asleep and no one
was allowed to see him.
Mimoari Retarns Are Very Slow.
St. Louis. Nov. 4. 1 a. m. It la
doubtful if the complete returns for
St. Louis will be received before noon
today. At 1 a. m. only 68 out of 426
precincts have been returned, and five
out of S3 wards in the city have not
been heard from at all. The returns
from the state outside the city of St.
Louis are even more meager and in
complete. St. Ixiuls. Mo.. Nov. 4. Six hundred
precincts In Missouri, including part
of St. Louis, give Bryan. 6.234: McKin
ley, 97.413; Stevens, 57.704; Lewis, 64,006.
Bryan's Old Home Goes for Him,
Centralia. 111., Nov. 4. Salem, the
former home of Bryan, gives a Demo
cratic plurality of 202, a gain of 80 over
the vote of J 892.
Cairo, III.. Nov. 4. Cairo given Tan
ner 500 plurality, a Republican gain of
400 over the vote of 1892. This city
gives McKinley 540 plurality, a Repub
lican gain of over 400. Indications are
that the Republican plurality in Alex
ander county will reach 1,200.
The Latest from California.
San Franelsco, Nov. 4. Four hun
dred and forty-five precincts out of ;,
064 In California outside of San Fran
cisco give McKinley. 23.027; Bryan. 20.
065: McKinley's plurality. 2,962. The
same precincts In 1832: Harison. 20,
874: Cleveland. 18.988; Republican gain,
1.076. The Chronicle claims the city
of San Francisco will give McKinley
from 5.000 to 10.000 plurality.
Mirhlgan's Delegation in the House.
Detroit, Nov. . The following con
gressmen are known to be elected from
Michigan: First district, John B. Cor
liss; Fourth, K. L. Hamilton: Fifth, Will
lam Alden Smith; Seventh, H. ti. Snovcr;
Ninth, R. P. Bishop; Eleventh, W. S
Mesick; Twelfth, C. D. Sheldon all Re
publicans. North Dakota for MrKialer.
Fargo. N. D.. Nov. 4. One hundred
and three precincts ot of 1.213 in the
state give McKinley 2,155. and all fusion
strongholds heard from. McKinley's
election Is assured, and the next legis
lature will be three-quarters Republi
can. (tally an Estimate from Xevaoa.
Carson, Nor. 4. It will be impossible
to give complete returns from Nevada for
several davs, eororanolcntion being slow,
bnt indication are that Bryan's plurality
will be far from as large as at first esti
mated. Probably it will not reach 2,000.
levy's FlnraUtjr Abowt lOO.OMl
Des Moines, Nov. 4 Indications hi e
are that Iowa will give McKinley a plur
ality of CO, 000 or 100.000. The returns aie
slow in coming in. however. Gains are
reported in almott every instance.
KICci White Drtrtag to a rirc
. rawscies. EuU Sen IUtst
Courtney, ton bt the lata Henry Court
ney, millionaire member of the. watch
manufacturing firm of Swift 4k Court
ney, was killed while driving the easts
of the Phoenix volunteer firemen to a
fire on the edge of the town. The
horses ran Into a dee ditch near the
road, and the engine falling in pinioned
Courtney under it. Ha was 3 years
Child Scalded to Death.
Muncle. Ind., Nov. 4. Mrs. David
Stewart's sleeve caught on a pot of
boiling water, upsetting it. The con
tents fell upon a 2-year-old child, burn
ing it so badly that it died. Mrs. Stew
art is Insane with grief.
Charges of Attempted Bribery.
Anderson. Ind., Nov. 4. John Frank
lin and Isaac Atkinson. Republicans,
have been arrested for violation of
election laws. They are charged by
William Jarvis with attempted bribery.
He makes affidavit that they came to
l is home and offered him for his
vote. He was, according to his state
ment, to stamp the' eagle in the right
hand corner and a brother of Frank
lin, being the inspector, would see it.
The money, he says, was to be posted
at a store, where he could get It. Ed
ward Dobson was also arrested for
alleged Intimidation of tenants.
And This Thing Has a Tote? "
Vlncennes, Ind., Nov. 4. Alexander
F. Wallcrman. a prominent German
citizen of Vigo township and an elec
tion inspector, was arrested Saturday
on complaint of James K. Johnson,
who charged him with bribing him to
vote for McKinley. Wallerman prompt
ly gave bonds. Johnson came to this
city later, and upon oath declared that
tha charges against Wallerman was
false and that he had been hired to
make the affidavit by a lawyer of Vln
cennes and others.
Accaaed Man Clubs aa oncer.
Shelhyvllle. Ind., Nov. 4. Constable
Caniplicll had a warrant for the arrest
of Willis Smith, charged with offering
John Reed (2 to vote -for McKinley.
He went to Smith's house and found
him locked In an up-staira room. Upon
being refused admittance the officer
Lroke down the door. Smith hit the
officer on the head with a club, fatally
Injuring him. Smith Is under arrest.
Bloodshed la l'bliadt-lphla.
Philadelphia. Nov. 4. Charles John
son and "Gus" Glasgow became In
volved in a quarrel over politics, which
ended by both drawing revolvers and
firing at each other. Johnson had one
finger shot away and Glasgow received
a bul!tt In his groin. Glasgow was re
moved to a- hospital, where the physi
cians say he 'is In danger of dying.
Johnson was locked up.
London Barber Rhone.
An Interesting feature of the east end
barber shops is the rack of pigeonholoa
rilled with shaving mugs, each bearing,
usually in German text, the name of
the owner. The shaving mug is evident
ly esteemed a valuable advertising me
dium, for many a mng bears, in addi
tion to the owner's name, some emblem
of his business. The undertaker pnte on
his mng the picture of a richly appoint
ed hearse, with all tho proper trappings
of won. Tho butcher decorates his mng
with shoulders of mutton, pigs heads
and linked sausages. The dentist dis
plays the traditional double row of an
noyingly perfect teeth. The fireman's
mug bears the illuminated picture of a
Vain and handsome men adorn their
enps with photographs of themselves.
Others place beneath their names some
inscription a sentiment from the poets
or an old German rhyme of good
cheer. A child's photograph occasion
ally appears on a shaving rang, and
now and then a coat of arms is em
blazoned above tho owner's name, for
crats of arms are as abundant in the
east cud as elsewhere in town. Some,
times it is a national coat of arms, Ger
mun, Austrian, Swiss or Italian, dis
played in honor ,f tho drscricd father
land. Pearson's Weekly.
Like a Boy.
The son of a down town mrrrhnnt
was found crying when his father re
turned homo last night, as that gentle
man told a reporter this morning.
"What's the matter, Touiniyi" asked
"I bad a fight with Charlie," was
the tearful reply.
"Well, you onght not to fight It
served you right to get whipped, I
guess," said the father.
But I didn't get licked. I licked
him," sobbed the boy.
"Well, what are you crying about
"Why, if I had let him lick me, he
couldn't hurt And I never thought
about that, so now I have to fight his
big brother, about my size, and I can
lick him, and I'm going to, because I'm
mad at him. Then I've got to fight the
biggest brother, and he's three sizes big
ger than me, and won't I catch it f"
And Tommy refused to be comforted.
Many a little woman nearly cries her
errs out becnuso her house plants die
inch by inch when she "takes such good
care of them." The fact cf the matter
is, house plants in gaslighted nr.nis
simply die a death of torture. You will
have to give tip gas or the plants.
The beat salve In tha world for
eaU, bruises, soree, ulcers, salt
rhenm, fever sores, tatter, chapped
hands, ehilblaina. .11 akin
eruption a. aad positively cures
ptiee or no pay reqnired. It Is guar
anteed to give perfect eatlefaoUoa, or
money refunded, rrioe M eeata par
biz. for sale bv Harts UUetaayer.
aw to Prevent a CaM.
After an exposure, or when yon
feel a cold coming on. Uke a dose of
Foley's Honey sod Tar. It never fails.
8old by If. F. Bahnsen.
Dr. Kay's Renovator la perfectly
safe, mild and jet certain in effect
Children Cry for
JOTTING3 FROM OOCLIN.
Joslia. Not S Robert Whiteside.
of Moline, wet up on n visit Friley
last. r 3
W. H. Whiteside hss been feeling
very badly for n few day. TbeH
irouoie seems to do an affection 01
the kidneya. Ills brother. Dr. White
side, 01 Molina, was id to see him,
F. J. Whiteside baa con trie tad to
erect an elevated tank and windmill
far Mr. Brockmsn. of South Bock
Island. Mr. Brock maa being n mar
ket gardener, tha tank will be used
for irrigation purposes.
Joseph Whiteside, who ia a very
faithful clerk for his brother. Wil
liam, has been taking a week off, for
the purpose of visiting with his
father, mother, sister and brothers
of Molina. He was badly missed.
' Wednesday morning last word
came to Joslin that the large hay
barn, owned by Mr. Guthrie, of Krie,
was on Ore. Mr. Gothrie was a large
dealer ia bailed hav. and it Is re
ported that the barn with its con
tents were whollv consumed.
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Buckley's
a a a a.
t ear-cm, ana oniy asngnter, died
Wednesday last 'of membraneous
croup. She was ill bnt n short lime.
Mr. and Mrs. Buckley have 10 chil
dren. 9 sons and 1 daughter, which
will make it a sad bereavement. The
child was interred at Davenport.
King Matthews, of Erie, has about
decided, on account of hard times.
that he cannot pay the rent (f&0 per
moniD) tor tne premises re bas been
occupying ia Erie; consequently he
is making improvements upon his
home on the Walker estate, with the
intention of making that place his
The farm which is owned by Mr.
Frick. of Rock Island, and a poo
which Mr. Guthrie resides as tenant,
was recently sold to Patrick Toban.
price s greed upon and writings made
out. but on Mr. Toban discovering
mat toe payments were made pay
able in gold, he cooclnded he could
not withstand the pressure, therefore
oactoa out ana the sale is declared
John Swank shipped another car
load of bogs, for which ho paid :l
per nunarea. in conversation Mr.
Swank said that he bad traveled so
mnch over Zoma township that be
aiao'i oeiieve there was a farm resl
dence, cross roads or private road
that he could not find ia tha dark of
the moon. And furthermore he
didn't believe there was a child old
enough to walk la the whole town
ship that did not know him.
The miscellaneous concert at Zume
chorch Tuesday evening last proved
to do a vary interesting entertain
ment. There was singing by the
Zoma glee club, likewise singing, re
citations and instrumental music by
Miss Liphardt's pupils and others,
bev. and Mrs. Brock. Charles Pear
sail and Miss Liphardt sang two num
bers, which were well received, and
Mr. and Miss Goldsworthy, of Hills
dale, contributed to the evening's
entertainment. The object was to
liquidate a debt incurred by im
provements. Tho following notice has been re
ceived from the institution for the
education of the deaf and dumb at
Jacksonville: "May 1 last there
strayed from the above institution
a young man 21 years of age, of
slight build, dark, sallow, sickly com.
pltrxion. lie had on a brown suit and
striped shirt when he left here, an I
his clothing was marked with Lis
name, Joseph Stefcnsoo. lie is deaf
and dumb, and partial! r deranged.
He cannot write and ncderstand what
is written or said to him. Twenty,
five dollars reward will be paid for
bis return to the above institution."
Ml'LTL'X in Pakvo.
Cordova. Nov. 4 James Birton
has returned from Fairmouot
Mrs. G. W. Nelson Is visiting rela
tives at Chicago.
Misses Beasio Ifnirinun and Msv
Pinneo spent Saturday at Albany.
Mrs. L. Shaw, of Esgle Grove,
Iowa, is visiting relatives at this
The revival meetings, conducted
by Rev. Shcppard. are still in pro
gress at tne jiapusi cnorcn.
Carelessness in girlhood causes the
greatest suffering and nahappiness
in after life. Little irregularities
and weaknesses in girls should be
looked after promptly and treatment
given at once. Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription promotes regularity of
all feminine functions, makes
strength and builds np a sturdy
health with which to meet the trials
to come. The Favorite Prescription
is not a universal panacea. It is
good for but one thing. It is di
rected solely at one set of organs.
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, a 1.00s pace medical work,
profusely illustrated, will be sent
free on receipt of -1 one-cent stamps
to cover postage only. Address
World's Dispensary Medical Associa
tion, Buffalo. N. Y. r
ISae Tea Tear neraatee ISwa.
I will replace free all work that I
have dona during the past 10 years
that Is not satisfactory.
G. M. BABOOCE,
- 1725 Second avoaaa
Tit Cnt A Wm to Chance It.
A heavy cold may lead to pneu
monia or consumption. Foley's
Honey and Tar taken in time affords
perfect security from serious results.
Sold by M. F. Bahnsen.
If von are "dead tired" ton an
your system with Dr. ksj'e Renovator.
Belter lor Both
GREENBUSH CASH GROCERY.
On and after November tel m have sfettrmTnexl in l .
cash business, believing it to
r t m m
oeiow we quote a lew or. our
" " ronrvvvvvvvviTTnnrvrirrMrerrn' nrwrnrr ns.
New Tork Bock Wheat 26e
23 pounds Graaulated tfogor.. .fl.W)
ft Bars Santa Clans Soap 25c
Ponnd Baking Powder 10c
Graham Flour, per sack lie
Maple Sugar, per pound 10c
Holland Herring, per keg 76c
Clothes pins, per desea la
patting 000 a. par package c
15 Bounds Jellv niWi
t-gallon Pail Syrup 4tc
Kioconee. per pound 17,e
Mastard Sardlnaa c
Oiled Sardines .V
isoia Post, per package 19e
Saucr Kraut, per gallon I&c
s vast roam, per package se
Wheatlin?. tier nackairo irw
Halt-pint Bottle Catsup 8s
1 mi nsiut 1 aieup l&e
SaSasaSarta 11 mi . - - - -
When Stanley Arrived
At Lake Nyanrs, fa the heart of Africa, the very
first thing ha did was to unpack 25 large trunks
and get out tha presents be bad, brought for tha
natives. He had lists and Caps, and Collars aad
Caffs and Shirts. But what surprised the popu
lace mora than anything also were
In fact, soma of them worn known to. hare worn
them night aad day for 12 months.
Our Shoes Wear Also.
Wa have just received 11 different styles of Men's
Shoes for fall or wlater.
Open Until 9 O'clock Evening
Spot Cash Shoe Store J07 Twentieth street
THE POPULAR SUBJECT
dc wun tree coinage, uur ask
goia niiings at 91 up are almost
a tntt, .
Oerlntr to the hftrh quality
material we use In our plates
we could not afford to make
them for $6. The price is now
Brldae work, the most scien
tific and modern way of replacing teeth. Wc do this work
at one-half price, $5.
We extract teeth positively
to the gums no gak, ether,
For a snort time we will present our natron with a tube of
tooth paste of our own make, guaranteed absolutely pure.
All our work guaranteed for tea years. Come and see us.
Consultation and examination free.
New York Dental Parloro,
DH. IsAUCIl, Pvop?ictc3
15 East Third street.
vnnmou a ecu
Pointer and Decorators
Buyer and Seller
your interest as well as our own
Good Smoking Tobacco, per lb.
Can Cora. 6 easts and op.
Soda Cracker, par poaad
Soar Pickles, per gal
Corn Starch, per package
Qaart Bluing ;
fibs. Washing Soda.
Tea Sif lings, per package
Bulk Starch, per pound
Sack Salt. Sc. 6e aad Se.
Bya Flour, per sack
Rya Meal, per sack
VewOrleaee Molasses, per gaL
Giagar Seeps, per pouad.
Mixed Pickles, per art
Cocoanet, par pound
Amber Coffee, per pound
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270? Seventh Avenue
WE HAVE BOTH
Free Silver a Gold
Our silver fill logs at 50c are
Warth more than a dollar 111
cmid rmsmi at
painless with an aoDlleatlon
chloroform, consequently no
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