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THE Afifitta. THOlisP AY, NOVEMBER 3, 1892.
SPECIAL SALE OP LADIES'
Trim Your Own Hats.
Wo sell these goods at less than half the nrir,
,1. xl f
k'i aMv lur incm.
-WE All OUr
BEST ON EARTH
Try our Galf Skin and Dull Dongola Shoes
ir Boys and Girl's School wear.
1623 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
J. B. ZIMMER,
THE WELL KNOWN
and Leader in Styles and workmanship, has received
his FALL SI OCK of Snitirgs and Overcoatings.
tSCALL atd leave your order.
8tar Block Opposite Harper House;
' a, ft a m ' .j a rv j i v a a - a - w
TC ORGATER THAN ROYALTY ITSE1LF.
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose,
Fire Brick, Etc. Largest'and best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DAVIS BLOCK Moline, HI. j 112, 114 West Seventeenth st.
Telephone 2053. I Telephone 1148. Rock island.
Resldenoe Telephone! 1169
JOSLiN. Not. 1. I have it from good
"uiuoniy mat truer was at Morrison on
fridav las, acd after mikint; a speech
gave me audience permission to ask any
question they chose Mr Edwards rose
aod said Le would like to hear from Mr.
filer on the 9chool quetiioa. The gov
ernor was no sooner asked than the nt
most excitement prevailed. nd Mr K.I.
wards got roundly abused for askinar the
4ueeuon. KepuDiicans tht were nres-
ent say FifiVa abuse was totally uncalled
iur, consiuerine bi gve the audience
permission to ask questions. His conduct
lost bim votes.
When McKinley dies everv f armor in
the country will have good reason to shed
tears of sot row at the loss of their great
ueneiecior. McHinlcy provided in his
hill that uncut diamonds mav come in
duty free. What a happy arrangement.
The farmer, vou see. if he can't uncut
prices for his wheat, hoes and cattle, can
Keta basket of uncut diamonds, and scat
ter them over the barnyards to give light,
so that his chickens can see to co to
roost. If the tariff on his wheat does not
help him to seil at uncut prices, and if he
has to sell in a free trade market at cut
prices, he makes it up on uncut dia
monds. Then, again. McKinley. ever
mindful o the farmers' interest, provided
that he could buy his stuffed birds free of
duty. So he can nail them up on the
eves of bis house and barn and the crate
posts, and cry out to his neighbor. 'Un
cle Jim, look here how mindful McK'n-
ky has been to supply the wants and
necessaries of the farmer Then, again.
what a benefactor McKinley i as been t
the laboring man. He knew that he
might be boycotted, locked out bv capi
tal or discharge.!, and his wife and chil
dren want for bread, so in his creat hit
loving hesrt th-t takes ia ail the laborers
of the land, these hardy sons of toil shall
not suffer, so he put ottar of io es on tte
tree list; aud now when the locked out
steel and iron workers and min.-.rs can't
earn brea.i, the-v cm take a and sro
down to the drutiii.st aud get. a gallon of
ottar of roses. Hasn't McKinley eirned
a monument fur taxed socks and blankets
and free ottar of roses? Ttien after Mc
Kinley had done all this in the interest
of the farmers and laborers his heart was
big enough to take in the christian . To
mute his bible respected he only put on
it an ad valorem tax of 25 per cent, be
cause the rut-j r mentions thai cheap
things are nas-y. and he wanted no nasty
bibles around, thus reversing the doctrine
of the Master, "salvation is free." So
you see the christian can take his choice.
If he cannot devote his life to the stu 1y
of the work of God in a taxed bible.lMc
n.iniey uas lei uume strinus come in un
taxed, ai.d be has the alternative of danc
ing a hoe down to tho mu'ic of "bounty
on sugar, playea on reciprocity, free
trade, hdiile strings. Such is the glory
The policy of protection is not neces
sarily the true policy because some dis
tinguished man, s cre:ary, senator, judge
or president, advocated it years ago.
Time never ripens a wrong into a rigat.
ineti la ooin oi long standing ana yery
prevalent, and some very distinguished
men have engaged in it, and are still at it,
McKinley then needn't try to prove pro
tection is right by referring to Washing
ton. Jefferson an1 Jackson.
McKinley charges the democrats with
being in favor of wildcat banking. I do
not believe there is a democrat in the
Knd so ignorant and stupid as to favor a
free, wildcat, banking eysttm, and I don't
believe McKinley be'deves it. The re
publican party has made every dishonest
dollar in circulation if there is any. His
party demonetized silver and made the
dillar which, he says is only worth 70
cents and palmed it upon the people for
..ii. i . i .
iw cents, ino otoer party Has nad the
power to do this. His party put 70 cents
worth of siivc-r in the silver dollar and
then put on the silver dollar the words,
"In God we trust" and make the peonle
take God for the other 30 cents, and now
we call it a dishonest dollar. The de
monetization of siiver made the dishon
est dollar. It was a deliberate conspir
acy and the republican party was the
arch conspirator with the gamblers and
money sharks. Senator John J. Icgalls
in the United States senate on the 14rh
of January, 1891, said: "There is a deep
seated conviction among the people
which I fully share, that the demonelizi
tton of silver in 1873 was one element of
a great conspiracy to deliver the fiscal
svstem of this country over to those
whom it has, in my opinion, finally cap
tured. I see no proof of the assertion
that the demonetization act of 1873 was
fraudulently or corruptly procured, but
from the statements that have been
made it is impossible to avoid
the conviction that it was a part
of a deliberate plan and conspiracy
f rmid by those who haye been called
speculators to still further increase the
value of the standard by which their ac
cumulations were to be measured."
Here is tho cause of the dishonest dol
lar talked at out by McKinley. If it is a
dishonest dollar, his party made it sn.
Mr. Ingalls says in that same speech:
That till was pending in its various
stages for four years in both houses of
congress It passed both houses by de
cided majorities. It was read and re
read and rnpuiatei 13 times. It
was commented upon by the newspapers.
II was theEut'ject of discussion in finan
cial bodies all over the country" A d
yet with this bold and deliberate and in
famous conspiracy, conceived in sin and
brought forth in iniquity by Mr, McKiu-
ley's party, he has the braz.n effrontery
in the face of this gigantic robbery of the
people perpetrated in the demonetization
bill, to accuse the party which he is
fighting of wanting to return to free
tride to reduce wages of labor acd wild
cat banking to further rob bim. Wfco
robbed the laborer under the demonetiz
ation act? Wha' did the gteat republi
can senator say about it? Mr. Ingalls
said: "The public debt was declared in
be payable in coin, and then the money
pnv.-er or st'ver was destroyed. The
value of property diminished in DroDor-
tion, wages fell and the value of every
thing was depreciated except debts and
gold. The mortgage, the bond, the cou
pon and the tax have retained immortal
youth and vigor. They have not denre- !
ciated. The deDt remains, but the capa
city to pay has been destroyed. The ac
cumulations or years has disappeared
under the hammer of the sheriff and the
debtor is homeless while the creditor oh.
tains the security of his debt for a. fr.
tion of wbat it woa actually worth when
the debt was contracted." And with this
condition weighing down the people.
Major McKinley and the same party that
entered into the conspiracy to demone
tize silver, entered into a more diabolical
conspiracy to rob the farmers, laborers
ana mecnanics in the passage or what is
called the McKinley bill.
MULTTJM IN PaBVO
IJiLT.sDAtB. Nov. 2. This rain has
been very welcome, but the heavy wind
Saturday blew over a number of hay
Miss Anna Cain is home fr. m a nine
weeks visit in Ohio.
The festival at Hillsdale last Friday
was not as largely attended as was ex
p?cted. Nevertheless a good time was
enjoyed by those who were there.
Oar former agent. G. Sarius. Jr.. has
been transferred from Adair to Rose-
Mrs. Sarius is still here and is improv
ing in health.
ffints to Housekeepers.
In Holy ltoiidx.
At the residence of John Weiss 1810
Fifth avenue yesterday afternoon oc
curred the marriage of John Carstensen
of this city and Mi-8 LillieVolk of Cable.
The ceremony which was witnessed by
friends of the fami'y only, was performed
by Kev. T. W. Grafton of the Christian
church. The wedding was a quiet though
happy one, and the couple will make
their ho rue in Hock Island.
Worth Hunarecis or dollars.
My wite used only two tiottle of
Mother' Frietid" before her third con
finement. Says she would not be with
out it for hundreds of dolUr IT,..? ,-.t
half as much trouble as 1.. f-rp. rin-v
Milks. Lincoln Parish, La. Soli by
Woman has been compelled to suffer.
not only her Ills, but tlvse arising
from a want of ktowledge on the i.rt of
those with whom sLe stands connected.
In the mentions of the rich kn-1 Doves o!
the poor, woman liv. been Hi ke the ni-
ent victim t.f i!ls unknown to rnnn. But
now the hour of her redemption hs;
omc. Br.idfield's Female Kr-o-ulat.ir
arts all diseases i.eo-lur to lr v
S dd by llariz & B-ihnsen
Tt CnresCclds.Cooglis.S6re Throat, Cronp.Inflnea
SA.W hooping Couch.Broneaitis ud Asthma a rrrr-
taio curt- Iur Consumption lu first .lacs. aa.l ft .are rrlief
In advanced stages. Vm atone. You will see tho
ea-ci-ll-nt effect after taking the first dose. Sola
bj d.-aiur. cwvly ln.ni. Larc buLUc 50 ovuia a-r-1 fl.uu.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
Office Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave.
Sncceede the Moline Savings Bant. Organised 1S69
5 TEC CENT. .MEREST PAID OX DEPOSITS.
Organised under State Lhws.
Open from 9 a. m. to S p. m., and Wednesday and
SatnrtJay night from 7 to 8.
Vortkr PaisxiR, - . resident
H. A. AiKswnKTH, - - Vice-Prenidt-nt
C. F. Hbmenwat, - Carbier
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wells,
C. A. Hose, H. A. Alneworth.
G. H. Edwards. W. H. Adams.
Andrew Kriber, o. F. Qemenway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private partiee in the earden
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of OKCUARD, NEBRASK A.
E. W. Dart. President.
J. S. Dart Caehier.
Mitchell Jt Lynde. Hunkers.
J. F. Robinson, Cashier Rock Island N'atioual
C. C. Carter, M . D.
Henry Dart's Sons. Wholesale fJrorers.
I. - r ETO. F R A Z E t jZD "V - J
Impartcr iM-illiiuit trarMrv-. T rj v.L-m
ale bj i) llrat-eltae.lru -t o. uuit3 rr aO clM
It formerly required a considerable out-lay of
cash to set up housekeeping. Yes; to furnish a room
or TWO. But under our new credit system which
we have adopted, a comparatively trifling sum will en
able you to fit a house comfortably or even luxuri
ously. We Are Complete Honse-Fnrnisiiers.
We give blow a partial list of our stock:
IScflrooiii and Parlor Suitg,
Mattresses, Springs and Heclcliiigr,
SideXioarcls, Chairs, Parlor and
Extension Tables, Lounges,
Conehes, Cook anil Heating stoves,
Carpets, Curtains, Shades and Portieres
Hall Trees, Hat and Coat Raeks.
Every requisite for the Parlor, Reception Room,
Dining Room, Library or Sleeping Apartments.
EASY PAYMENTS No extra charges.
CHAS. A. MECK,
322 Brady Street, Davenport, .
Open till 8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
Many n-w styles and patterns
in tie world reno ivned : : :
Laird, Schobsr & Mitchell's
LADIES' FIXE SHOES,
The finest Make in the world.
Special department for Ladies.
SOI, 03 W. Second St., Davenport.
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
A ih-w and oirpletc T.calmenf. Cfinsitin" of
F'IlFitone. Oiiitini'nt in I'upsal-. alo in Box
and I'i Is; A I'o-iiive ( ure for h' sternal. Blin.l or
B'f.oir B I'ehin'.'. Chronic Km u or Hen-dit-rv
Piles itl.KiiKM.i,(;tUi m-nv other lis
epe: it is always a irn-ut I ncf it to th- gi-neral
nenlTli. I hv first discovery of a menliral rure reti
denniran operation with ihu kiiife iintcce-farT
beretfter TMs !( ni.Hiv lm ttctrr hnn known
to fail per box. 6 Tor ft, ; e,t bv mall. Why
surfer from this errihle dis a-e whet, a written
puarauton is pop liv v given with lottle. 10 re
fund ibe money if not cured. Sen i samp for
fr-e samp v. Guarantee iscutil bvour aiient.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Actf Ilk- ui.-,Klc on the, Momsrh. Liver i.ikI 1 Bow
es: dni eis Uyspepsia, Bitlousner, KeTer. Colds.
ervns DjBorders.Meeplessness.Loe. or Appetite,
restores the compleciion: perfect dtpesnon fol
lows their us-. Positive cure tor Sick Ukauacux
and Constipation. Small, mild, easy touku Lame
Via!- . f 5i ii(ls 25-euts.
HARTZA BAbNS":N Sole Agents Hock Island
, Irmns Pront Reitorcd
Or KT.ntr'g rnnn
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WiCrrr. '-ry. 'Tt JulZ"Z;
v. 9m irii docu tree Iq
that Ihe simple tr. jt
eut whlra uiadc a man
of me ilicertHlniy cure
1 r i K'niofaifiijrrw tosnyone who will
void (inaoks lonir rnourh to (rive It a trial ArtUVJliT
ST WILL HOT
tm YOU TAKI
$ tOO wtrtl for mmj
laiartoaa ubstaae. kui
u insta capssiaav
WIU Our any
Hom rafuodsd If not
ss ws say. Sent postpaid
racalpt o. pnes.
NORMAN '.IOHTY. FAUILY OMMkfT.
Dm Molnas. Iowa.
For sale bv all droiatt. Oartx & B.nnin
till J wfiffiisL,
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