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friK AllGrLTS, MONDAY, K OVEMKEl 7, 1692
Just received a Car Load, 600 bushels of Bur-
bank Potatoes from Ainnesota.
The best Pennsylvania Buckwheat flour.
90 barrels of Pickels, consisting of sweet mixed.
ill and large and small vinegar.
30 cases of the finest French Olives in all size
Wtles: these goods are the finest the market affords
and are put up especially for me.
4 nRlFD FRUITS Of nil kinds P.slifnrnh riMrc
eaches, apples, apricots, raspberries, three kinds of
brunes, raisins and currants.
The Finest Mince Meat.
Sole agent of the tri-cities for the Daisy Patent
1620 Second Avenue.
JgT" vV tch this space; changed weekly.
BEST OS EARTH
Try our Galf Skin and Dull Dongola Shoes
for Boys and Girl's School wear.
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
J. B. ZIMMER,
-THE WELL KNOWN-
and Leader in Styles and workmanship, has received
s FALL STOCK of Suitings and Ovei coatings.
"jggHCALL and leave jour crder.
Stab Block Opposite Harper House;
" DIRT DEFIES THE KING." THEN
IS QRFATER THAN ROYALTY ITSELF.
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
uompiet. lin of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose,
Fire Brick, Etc. Largestand best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DAVIS BLOCK Moline, 111. 1 12, 1 14 "West Seranteenth et.
Telephone 2053. Telephone 1148. Bocki.iana.
Resldenoe Telethone:i 169
ON ELECTION EVE.
Prospects for a Glorious Demo
AN ADDEESS TO THE PEOPLE.
A Kinging Appeal from the National Com
mittee to the Voter to Stand by the
Principles of Their Party Also a Mote of
Warning Worthy to be Heeded Let Dem
ocrats do Their Duty, Observe Their Sa
cred Rights and Ail Will be Well.
The democratic national committee has
sent out the following address, appe
axd warning from the committee head'
quarters. New York City:
To the people of the United States:
The presidential campaign will soon end.
and it is right and necessary tbat we
should now say a few words to you.
There is no man or woman in the United
States who is not nfLscted by our tariff
laws. They enter into and regulate the
expenses of the daily life of every indiv
idual. Since 1865 less than 1,000 men
in this country have then, by means of
the individual or corporate wealth, under
their control the masters of our tariff
sjs em. Their power has beea sufficient
to force the coutiuua ;re and in creese in
taxes on necessaries of life originally
imposed in the time of war, only because
of the actual needs of the government.
Under the system of war taxes thus con
tinued the conditions of life ia this coun
try hive essectitlly chmged. The
wealth which, under former laws, was
d'Sirihuted amoni; all cits see entailed in
industrial life has concentrated in the
haniis of the few . Tue.ix hive arcumu
lattd fortunes uoequnled iu anv Eurnp
ean stale of an example of pr d gi lux
ury of the civilized world. Tnu masses
of the people
der a democratic administration. On the
day of election lay aside all duties except
the duties of that day. Protect your
respective polle against bribery, fraud or
intimidation. No badge of authority
can empower an" man to interfere with
the lawful casting of your rightful bal
lots There is behind each one of you a
a force of public opinion and a power of
actual law which will assuredly hold to
strict account the men who are now en
deavoring to defeat the fair expression of
your will. The right is with us and we
are certain of victory. Make it an over
Don M. Dickinson.
Chairman Democratic Campaign, com
William M. Harrity.
Chairman Democratic National commit
John Tracy Press Sec.
Don't fail to vote.
Hon E. W. Hurst spent yesterdry
the people who toil in the heida or
rn their bread in the rural districts or
in towns and cities by the labor of their
brains and bunds, sirug.le on wearily,
looking to your united ac'ioi for relief.
You know thtt this is true. The feeling
strongest in jour breasts today it the
conviction in each of your minds that
every man, womnn ana cniia among you
is forced every day to pay from your
earnings or accumulations a price for the
very necessaries of life which ought not
to be paid, and a great proportion ol
which cioes not go l the government.
but the small number of favored people
who today control the government. You
know that this class controls and uses
It is a band of moneyed men combined
for sordid purposes, and actually rutin?
the republican party. The federal office
holders are part of i's machinery. I's
methods of operation is intimidation of
workmen and the corrupt use of money
It succeeded in 1888 in defeating Grover
Cleveland by such methods before you
became aware of the dancer. You are
not now iguorant of the peril In no
countrv in the civiliz d world in which
the people have the risrht to vote has a
purpose to carry an election by the use
of money been more plainly shown.
Enormous sums have been sunm-lessly
ga'hered in broad diylightfrom the cor
tribunng thousands 1 be characters of
the methods are openly ticketed to vut
this money where, in their opinion.it will
do the most good and to irotituicg the
public service t the lowest political
work is daily seen by all rui-rj. 1 mi will
not remain passive spectators of this
scene. 1 he people or tne state ot iNew
York remembered the hiyh chiracter and
public services of Grover Cleveland, and
knowing that his election, is a certain
gunrantee of wiser, purer and better
Government, will raily to nil support
These republicans in the state of New
York, and there are n any who love
tbeir country and despise the men now
controlling their pariy, will come to his
aid and he will win an overwhelming
victory in his we'll beloyed stale.
Th - farmers of Indiana cheated more
than once by the ba-te methods which
are being used ence again to control
that state, will show that the thousand
beneficiaries of federal legislation cannot
as am, ty fraud, knavery and purchase,
obtain the electoral vote of that state.
The substantial yeomanry of New Jer
sey, justly irritated at he attempt to de
feat their will by open DriDery or the
basest elements of their population, will
teach the thousand contributors on the
dav of the presidential elec
tion a lessou they will never forgat.
The farmers and workingmen of Con
utciicut, robbed of their righ'ful stat
gevtrnmeut by the methods now sought
to he practiced against lirover (Jltveland.
will remember their wrongs at the polls
on the 8t inst, And the pe .ple of Dela
ware and West Virginia, resenting the
al'tnipt now made to corrupt and intim
idate many of tbeir neighbors, will fol
low their example.
Y u will bear in mind on the eighth
dav of November to make a choice wnich
will vitally affect the interests of jocr
country. The individual vote of each
one of you is of supreme importance.
Under Grover Cleveland as president, the
highest and controlling motive and rule
of bis administration and action, and u e
wuore democratic and independent vote
united in bis support, will be the gteat
est good of the greatest number, ntd
public office will be aacrtdiy re war Jed as
a public trust. The civil service
will not be drugged against
its will through the mire ofj
QimilliBUU l,t'U , I.UV1UUD, UUb hue Id
regulating it will be honestly enforced.
Agriculture and commerce, growing
steadily side by side under wiser laws
will greatly increese our national pros
perity Our manufactures will keep pace
with our population, and commerce
and the individual producer
possess a greater measure of prosperity.
The individual workingmao in the ueid
and in the shop will find that his wauts
are more taken into account and his rea-
nAK!.. umnnda mrtr. rttHilv lioian. ....
No combination will be able to dir e
twice to Grover Cleveland or to a deuu '
cralic majority in congress. The party
which we represent, the candidates
whom we support, the cause which we
advocate, have only one end in view and
that is good goTernment.
We ask everyone ot you, each acting
in his own election precinct and election
district, to labor without ceasing for the
election of Grover Cleveland and Adlai
Stevenson and for good government un-
H A Weisler.of Trenton, Mo, spent yes
terday in the city.
M. J. McEoiry and W. A. Meesa will
address a democarlic mass meeting at
Carbon Cliff tonight.
The Carriage Makers dance at Turr.er
hali on Saturday night was well attend
ed and a financial succes ,
The Butchers' association dance givi.-n
at R iches hall on Saturday night, while not
very largely attended as a very pleas
James McQ laid has sold his baau
t ful new co it ai e on Seventh avenue to
Ben Castor. The sale was made by
If you want something extra fine for
decorating your homo-, parlors or cub
rooms on any occasion, rememocr i.reii
& Math have it.
Brieiit fes'or.nin J at 53 a yard at Krell
& Math's EverjOony could and ehoo!d
decorne at the criees we are selling dec
oratiits, at Kreli & Math's.
Call at Blake & Burke's plumbing es
tablishment and see the "gas economizer
on exhibition every eveniug. It reduces
gas bills from 20 to 40 per cent.
Have an E:snom:z.r placed on your
gas meter,, aud thus save iroin to u
per Cent pa your cas bli;s. Ua exhibi
tion at Blake & Burke s every evening.
It is to be bopedtne election judges in
all the wards will not consider ;beir
duties er.dud with the couuiing of the re
turns tomorrow, but will make reports
beforcs going home.
The wile and daughter of Dr.C.B Gra
ham, late iof Grand Rapids. Mich., who is
now ia cbre of the Morrell Institute,
have arrived in the city, and they will
mke Rock Inland their home.
By the ise or the Quincy Gas Econo
m'Z'r you cau obtain a steadier ligfit
and cause a suving of from 20 to 40
per cent in your gas bills. Call on
Biake & Burke and see for yourself.
One of the city mail carriers attended
the democratic rally at Coal Valley
on Saturday night and judging from the
condition he was in betore he got home
he imagined he was at a republican blow
Dancing school at Roach's ha'.l every
Wednesday evenme beginning Nov. 9 b.
G, q18. admi-sioa, 35c, ladies, free. Oi
j -clionable part'es not ttil.sveJ. Music
by Bleiier's orchestre. Gcorte Stroehle.
prompter, O Bart h, manager.
' Old Jed Prouiv" is one of tte at
tractions that are billed at tbe B-irtis at
Davent orl thii week. This is tbe quaint
New Enuian a comedy in which R'.ciiard
Golden hs made such a hit. It waa
Keen last weapon, and made f u h an ex
cellent impression that Manager Kindt
was hesias;ed wi h requests to book a re
turn date. The company appears aain
on Thursday evpnine.
Light in Street Cars.
There are some ways in which the trolley
system will prove itself a benefit to the
people of Brooklyn, but there is perhaps
none which in the long run will become so
truly a blessing as the electric lighting f
the cars. The American people as a na
tion are newspaper readers, and that is
particularly true of those living in the two
great cities connected by the big bridge.
Each evening the cities are literally flooded
with the penny newspapers which serve to
pass away the time consumed in journey
ing from the office to the home. Under the
old horse car system a kerosene lamp at
each end of the car and one in the center
provided all the light for the reading
For one who appreciates the fact that
of all the senses that of sight is the most
precious it was a pitiable sight to see peo
ple trying to read by the light in the horse
cars. It is bad enough, oculists say, to
read in a moving car or train where there
is plenty of good light. The horse cars are
surely responsible for much nearsighted
ness. The electric cars now in use are
filled at night witb a pure white light so
bright that the passengers can read in any
part of the car with as much ease, so far
as the light is concerned, as they could in
their own library. Brooklyn Eagle.
In Olden limes
People overlooked the importance of per
manently beneficial effects and were B&t
isfied with transient action, but now that
it 's generally known 'hat Syrup of Fias
will peroiaiiKUtl care habitual contipa
lion, well infoimed people will not buy
other laxatives, which act for a tim .. but
finally injure tte system.
Popular Prices-Easy Payments
Furniture Carpets, Sioybs, etc.,
Jast now we are making a big driv on v'arpets. For oxb
week beginning Monday, Nov. 7th, wo will make and
lay FliEE aty Brussell-j or Velvet Carpet
bought of us.
Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets.
Parlor Suits for $30.00 worth $40.00.
Bedroom suits for $18.00, worth $25.00.
Big values in Chairs, Tables and Sideboards.
STOVES Our assortment is complete; every
thing goes. LOW PRICES.
l A troublesome skin disease
'W J caused me to scratch f or ten
IZaCM months, and has been flW'tjJNi
i-ured by a few days' use of KjaJfiSt
M. H. Wolff, Upper Marlboro, Md-
I was cured several rears ago of white swellin
In Ay leg by naing fSTSn and Iiave tad uo
symptoms of re JJ turn of the dis
3&se Many prominent physicians attended me
and all failed, but 8. B. 8. did the work.
I'aui. W. KI&kpatkick, Johnson City, Tenn.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Dis
eases mailed free.
Swift Specific Co.,
EASY PAYMENTS No extra charges.
CHAS. A. MECK,
322 Brady Street, Davenport, I .
Open tiir8o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
You Feel Relieved
The minute you see our grand stock of new
and Popular Shoes; they look fresh and
desirable. The first glance shows you that you
are in the right place; everything looks inviting;
no mistake about this being a modern up-to-the
times shoe store. You wake up to the fact that
you have got into the right store.
p wir i yauiriu
301, 303 W. Second St., Davenport.
- DEALER IN-
231 Twentieth street.
Roek Island Brass Foundry
m ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
All kinds of brats, bronze and aluminum bronze casting, all shade and temper. Make
a specialty of brags metsl pat'ern and artistic work.
Sacr add Orricr At 1811 First avenue, near Ferry landing, - - KOCK ISLAND.
J. MAGER, Propri-tor.
R. G. Hudson M. J. Parkkb.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
All kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimates
furnished when d sired.
8hop crr Fir am d ,vnt-nth . Rock Inland.
MMOFICTUBEB Of CMER 1ID SISCBITX
Ask Your Ororer for Them.
They are Best.
The Christy HTsm" and Cbrtaty "Wim."